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Unformatted text preview: 13−MAR−09, Fall 2009 AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES Control Number 00503 00506 00509 00512 00515 00518 00521 00524 00527 00530 00533 00536 00539 00542 00545 00548 00551 00554 00557 00560 00563 00566 00569 00572 Course Section Number P R1A S R1A P R1B S R1B P S S S S P 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 5A 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 REC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 1 BY CATEGORY MW 10−11A W 11−12P MW 12−1P W 1−2P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 10−11A Tu 2−3P W 11−12P W 12−1P TuTh 11−1230P W 8−9A W 4−5P Tu 3−4P Tu 9−10A 136 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 102 MOFFITT 151 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 175 BARROWS 175 BARROWS 3 LECONTE 50 BARROWS 187 DWINELLE 101 WHEELER 83 DWINELLE Freshman Composition Freshman Composition Freshman Composition Freshman Composition THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: M 11−12P, 136 BARROWS Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 4 THE STAFF 18 BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: NANDA, A; M 1−2P, 174 BARROWS Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Africa: History and Culture 4 Africa: History and Culture Africa: History and Culture Africa: History and Culture Africa: History and Culture African American Life and Culture in the United 4 Sta... African American Life and Culture in the United Sta... African American Life and Culture in the United Sta... African American Life and Culture in the United Sta... African American Life and Culture in the United Sta... Advanced Wolof 4 Intermediate Swahili Elementary Swahili Elementary Swahili 4 4 4 NWOKEJI, G 17 CATANESE, B N 9 S 5A S 5A S 5A S 5A P C9A TBA OMWAMBA, J O OMWAMBA, J O OMWAMBA, J O HINTZEN, P C 20 4 8 7 Note: Cross−listed with Linguistics C9A section 1. P C10A 001 REC P C11A 001 REC P C11A 002 REC P 27AC 001 LEC S 27AC 101 DIS S 27AC 102 DIS S 27AC 103 DIS S 27AC 104 DIS P 28AC 001 LEC TuTh 330−530P MTuWTh 8−9A MTuWTh 3−4P TuTh 930−11A M 11−12P M 1−2P W 11−12P W 1−2P TuTh 330−5P 263 DWINELLE 203 WHEELER 185 BARROWS 105 NORTH GATE 174 BARROWS 175 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 175 BARROWS 20 BARROWS Note: Cross−listed with Linguistics C10A section 1. Note: Cross−listed with Linguistics C1A section 1. Note: Cross−listed with Linguistics C1A section 2. Lives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture3 Lives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture Lives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture Lives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture Lives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture Globalization and Minority American Communities Freshman/Sophmore Seminar Freshman/Sophmore Seminar Supervised Independent Studies for Freshmen and Sop... Introduction to African American Studies 3 SMALL, S A 20 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 00575 00578 SEE DEPT 00629 P 39B P 39B P 99 P 100 001 SEM 002 SEM 004 IND 001 LEC MW 2−4P TuTh 2−4P 50 BARROWS 50 BARROWS 2−4 THE STAFF 2−4 THE STAFF 1−4: PF THE STAFF 4 RAIFORD, L TBA TBA NONE 5 BY CATEGORY Tu 2−4P 104 BARROWS 1 Note: Also: Th 2−3P, 104 BARROWS 00632 00635 00638 00641 00644 00647 00650 00653 00656 00659 00662 00665 00668 00671 00674 S 100 P 101 S 101 P 111 P 112A 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC Th 3−4P Tu 4−6P Th 5−6P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 2−4P Tu 2−5P TuTh 930−11A M 2−5P Tu 3−6P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 10−12P Tu 6−8P TuTh 1230−2P MW 10−1130A TuTh 4−6P 136 BARROWS 50 BARROWS 54 BARROWS 155 KROEBER 220 WHEELER 200 WHEELER 2038 VALLEY LSB 140 BARROWS 110 BARROWS 126 BARROWS 101 MOFFITT 101 MOFFITT 136 BARROWS 650 BARROWS 80 BARROWS Introduction to African American Studies Research Methods for African American Studies4 Research Methods for African American Studies Race, Class, and Gender in the United States 3 Political and Economic Development in the Third4 Wor... Caribbean Societies and Cultures 3 Race, Identity, and Culture in Urban Schools 3 Information Technology and Society 4 RAIFORD, L FRYE, H T FRYE, H T SMALL, S A HINTZEN, P C LAGUERRE, M S NASIR, N S LAGUERRE, M S ALLEN, R HENRY, C P RAIFORD, L RAIFORD, L SCOTT, D NANDA, A DE LEON, A 20 BY CATEGORY Note: Also: Th 4−5P, 50 BARROWS 9 5 5 NONE 15 20 9 19 17 1 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ BY CATEGORY P 131 001 LEC P C133A 001 SEM P C134 P 138 P 139 P S P P P 142A 142A 150B 155 158A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM Note: Cross−listed with Education C181 section 1. Note: Cross−listed with American Studies C134 section 1. Black Nationalism 4 Selected Topics of African American Social 3 Organiza... Third World Cinema 4 Third World Cinema African American Literature 1920 to Present 3 Literature of the Caribbean: Significant Themes 4 Poetry for the People: The Writing and Teaching4 of ... Special Topics in African American Literature Special Topics in African American Literature Cultural Studies Senior Honors Thesis Senior Honors Thesis Field Study in African American Life 1−4 1−4 4 3: T1 3: 2T 1−4 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 00677 00680 00683 00686 00689 SEE DEPT P 159 P 159 P C178 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC M 2−3P W 3−7P MWF 1−2P 108 WHEELER 80 BARROWS 88 DWINELLE NANDA, A DE LEON, A DEWULF, J THE STAFF THE STAFF 15 8 12 NONE NONE NONE JR, SR CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Spoken Word" Note: Cross−listed with Dutch C178 section 1 and Spanish C178 section 1. P H195A 001 IND P H195B 001 IND P 197 1−3 FLD TBA SEE DEPT P 199 1−5 IND Note: The deadline to add African American Studies 197 is the end of the third week of classes; this includes completing the petition, including a description of the project proposal, and obtaining your African American Studies sponsor and chairs signature. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: The deadline to add African American Studies 199 is the end of the third week of classes; this includes completing the petition, including a description of the project proposal, and obtaining your African American Studies sponsor and chairs signature. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY Control Number 01203 Course Section Number P C1 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 5 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE TuTh 2−330P 2 LECONTE Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Freshman/Sophomore Seminar BERCK, P Note: Cross−listed with Economics C3 section 1. 01206 01209 01212 01215 01218 S C1 S C1 S C1 S C1 P 39D 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 SEM M 9−10A W 3−4P F 11−12P F 4−5P W 2−4P 2030 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 2062 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB 332 GIANNINI 1.5−4: PF 4 KARP, L S TBA BY CATEGORY Note: "Great New Books and Hot Topics" 01221 01224 P 100 S 100 001 LEC 101 DIS TuTh 11−1230P M 3−4P 101 LSA 2311 TOLMAN Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Re... Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Re... ROLAND−HOLST, D 9 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE 2 01227 01230 01233 01236 01239 01242 01245 01248 01251 01254 01257 01260 S 100 S 100 S 100 P C102 S S S S P C102 C102 C102 C102 C118 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC W 2−3P W 4−5P F 2−3P TuTh 8−930A M 9−10A M 2−3P W 4−5P F 3−4P TuTh 930−11A M 4−5P W 9−10A MW 11−12P 45 EVANS 2311 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 277 CORY 2066 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 141 GIANNINI 234 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 141 MCCONE Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Re... Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Re... Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Re... Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics Introductory Applied Econometrics Introductory Applied Econometrics Introductory Applied Econometrics Economics of Race, Agriculture, and the Environment Economics of Race, Agriculture, and the Environment Economics of Race, Agriculture, and the Environment Economics of Race, Agriculture, and the Environment Economics of Race, Agriculture, and the Environment Economics of Innovation and Intellectual Property Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Advanced Topics in Development and International Tr... Advanced Topics in Development and International Tr... Advanced Topics in Development and International Tr... International Trade International Trade International Trade International Trade International Trade International Trade Senior Thesis Honors Research Field Study in Environmental Economics and Policy Directed Group Studies for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study and Research 4 SUNDING, D L 11 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE Note: Cross−listed with Economics C102 section 1. 4 SADOULET, E 7 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE Note: Cross−listed with International and Area Studies C118 section 1. S C118 101 DIS S C118 102 DIS P 140AC 001 LEC 3 ROMM, J M 2 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 01263 S 140AC 101 DIS M 1−2P 2311 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 01266 S 140AC 102 DIS M 3−4P 35 EVANS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 01269 S 140AC 103 DIS W 12−1P 39 EVANS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 01272 S 140AC 104 DIS F 11−12P 2311 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 01275 01278 01281 01284 01287 01290 01293 01296 01299 01302 01305 01308 01311 01314 01317 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 143 P C151 S S S S P C151 C151 C151 C151 152 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 1−6 IND 1−6 IND 1−6 IND 1−6 GRP 1−6 IND TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 930−11A M 1−2P M 2−3P W 2−3P W 4−5P MW 9−10A W 3−4P F 2−3P TuTh 330−5P W 8−9A W 9−10A Tu 3−4P Tu 5−6P F 10−11A 240 MULFORD 101 MORGAN 2304 TOLMAN 2301 TOLMAN 2308 TOLMAN 243 DWINELLE 141 GIANNINI 116 HAVILAND 321 HAVILAND 10 EVANS 2038 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 6 EVANS 7 EVANS 321 HAVILAND TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 3 4 WRIGHT, B DEJANVRY, A 17 7 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE Note: Cross−listed with Economics C171 section 1. 3 MAGRUDER, J R 16 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE S 152 S 152 P C181 S S S S S P C181 C181 C181 C181 C181 195 4 WOOD, S A 20 ENV ECON &POLICY , DOUBLE Note: Cross−listed with Economics C181 section 1. 4 4 1−3 1−3 1−4 NONE NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR P H196 P 197 P 198 P 199 AMERICAN STUDIES 3 Control Number 02003 02006 02009 02012 02015 02021 02024 02027 02030 02033 02036 02039 02042 02045 02048 02051 02054 Course Section Number P 10 S S S S P 10 10 10 10 101 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 15 BY CATEGORY MW 2−4P Tu 8−9A Tu 11−12P W 1−2P M 1−2P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 2−330P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P MW 4−530P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 1−2P W 12−1P Th 10−11A Th 4−5P MW 4−530P 2 LECONTE 221 WHEELER 41 EVANS 106 WHEELER 258 DWINELLE 155 DONNER LAB 155 DONNER LAB 9 EVANS 155 DONNER LAB 160 DWINELLE 170 BARROWS 112 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 170 WURSTER B51 HILDEBRAND 100 LEWIS Introduction to American Studies Introduction to American Studies Introduction to American Studies Introduction to American Studies Introduction to American Studies Examining U.S. Cultures in Time Examining U.S. Cultures in Time Examining U.S. Cultures in Place Special Topics in American Studies Topics in American Studies Topics in American Studies American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Information Technology and Society Senior Seminar Senior Seminar Honors Thesis BRILLIANT, M Note: Attendance at the lecture and discussion is mandatory during the first two weeks of instruction. 4 4 4 3,4 4 4 4 PALMER, C COHEN, M M BIESTMAN, K W MORAN, K S GONZALEZ, R M MCQUADE, D A GROTH, P E 7 5 17 20 17 13 9 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: "The Harlem Renaissance" P 101AC 001 LEC P 102 P 110 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; "Age of Monopoly" Note: "Indian Reservations as Place" Note: "Advertising America" P C111E 001 LEC P C111E 002 LEC P C112A 001 LEC S S S S P C112A C112A C112A C112A C132B 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC BY CATEGORY Note: "The Literature and History of Mexican American Farm Workers" − Cross−listed with English C136 section 1. Note: "A Gallery of Wonders, Curiosities, Spectacles, Cynics, and Suckers: Consumer Culture in Post−Civil War America" − Cross−listed with English C136 section 2. BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Geography C160A section 1 and Environmental Design C169A section 1. 4 CANDIDA SMITH, R 13 Note: Cross−listed with History C132B section 1. 02057 02060 02063 02066 02069 02078 02081 SEE DEPT S C132B 101 DIS S C132B 102 DIS S C132B 103 DIS S C132B 104 DIS P C134 P 191 P 191 P H195 001 LEC 001 SEM 002 SEM 001 SEM Tu 12−1P Tu 8−9A W 2−3P W 8−9A M 2−5P Th 12−2P Tu 4−6P W 10−12P 262 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 140 BARROWS 61 EVANS 35 EVANS 72 EVANS 4 4 4 4 LAGUERRE, M S PALMER, C BIESTMAN, K W PALMER, C 15 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C134 section 1. NONE JR, SR & AMERICAN STUDIES &BY CATEGORY NONE JR, SR & AMERICAN STUDIES NONE SR & AMERICAN STUDIES ANTHROPOLOGY Control Number 02303 02306 02309 Course Section Number P 2AC S 2AC S 2AC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 2 UG & BY CATEGORY MWF 11−12P M 9−10A M 10−11A 2050 VALLEY LSB 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology WILKIE, L A THE STAFF THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 4 02312 02315 02318 02321 02324 02327 02330 02333 02336 02339 02342 02345 02348 02351 02354 02357 02360 02363 02366 02369 02372 S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC S 2AC P 3AC 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 109 LAB 110 LAB 111 LAB 112 LAB 113 LAB 114 LAB 115 LAB 116 LAB 117 LAB 118 LAB 119 LAB 120 LAB 121 LAB 122 LAB 001 LEC M 12−1P M 1−2P M 2−3P Tu 9−10A Tu 10−11A Tu 11−12P Tu 12−1P Tu 1−2P Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P W 9−10A W 10−11A W 1−2P W 2−3P W 3−4P Th 9−10A Th 10−11A Th 11−12P Th 12−1P Th 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 21 HEARST GYM 155 DWINELLE Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Archaeology Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... 4 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF HIRSCHKIND, C K 9 UG & BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Anthropology 3 discussion sections will meet during the first week of instruction. 02375 S 3AC 101 DIS M 9−10A 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02378 S 3AC 102 DIS M 10−11A 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02381 S 3AC 103 DIS M 11−12P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02384 S 3AC 104 DIS M 12−1P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF 5 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02387 S 3AC 105 DIS M 1−2P 117 KROEBER Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02390 S 3AC 106 DIS M 2−3P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02393 S 3AC 107 DIS M 3−4P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02396 S 3AC 108 DIS Tu 8−9A 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02399 S 3AC 109 DIS Tu 11−12P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02402 S 3AC 110 DIS Tu 12−1P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02405 S 3AC 111 DIS Tu 1−2P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02408 S 3AC 112 DIS Tu 2−3P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02411 S 3AC 113 DIS Tu 3−4P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02414 S 3AC 114 DIS W 9−10A 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02417 S 3AC 115 DIS W 10−11A 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02420 S 3AC 116 DIS W 11−12P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02423 S 3AC 117 DIS W 12−1P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02426 S 3AC 118 DIS W 1−2P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02429 S 3AC 119 DIS W 2−3P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02432 S 3AC 120 DIS W 3−4P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02435 S 3AC 121 DIS W 4−5P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02438 S 3AC 122 DIS Th 8−9A 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02441 S 3AC 123 DIS Th 11−12P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF 6 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02444 S 3AC 124 DIS Th 12−1P 117 KROEBER Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (Ameri... Freshman Seminar Sophomore Seminar Evolution of Human Behavior Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology Introduction to Medical Anthropology California Archaeology Stone Age Archaeology Introduction to Skeletal Biology and Bioarchaeology Introduction to Skeletal Biology and Bioarchaeology Archaeological Laboratory Practicum Archaeological Laboratory Practicum Museum Exhibit Curation and Design Archaeology and the Media Archaeology and the Media Archaeology and the Media Energy, Culture and Social Organization History and Theory of Ethnographic Film Comparative Society Comparative Society Comparative Society Comparative Society Comparative Society Kinship and Family Sexuality, Culture, and Colonialism Psychological Anthropology Psychological Anthropology Psychological Anthropology Psychological Anthropology Psychological Anthropology Utopia: Art and Power in Modern Times Politics and Anthropology 1: PF 1 4 4 THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02447 S 3AC 125 DIS Th 1−2P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02450 S 3AC 126 DIS Th 2−3P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02453 S 3AC 127 DIS Th 3−4P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02456 S 3AC 128 DIS Th 4−5P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02459 S 3AC 129 DIS M 4−5P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02462 S 3AC 130 DIS Tu 4−5P 117 KROEBER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 02464 03365 02501 02504 02507 02510 02513 02516 02519 02522 02525 02528 02531 02534 02537 02540 02543 02546 02549 02552 02555 02558 02561 02564 02567 02570 02573 02576 02579 02582 02585 02588 02591 02594 02597 02600 02603 02606 P P P P S S S S S S S S P P 24 84 111 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 122F 123A 001 SEM 001 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC M 12−1P Th 11−12P MWF 11−12P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 8−9A F 2−3P Tu 9−10A W 9−10A W 10−11A W 11−12P Th 2−3P Th 8−9A MWF 9−10A TuTh 330−5P Tu 1030−1230P W 10−2P Tu 2−5P W 10−12P TuTh 1230−2P M 10−11A M 11−1P W 10−12P TuTh 11−1230P WF 4−530P MWF 1−2P M 3−4P M 2−3P W 2−3P W 3−4P MWF 12−1P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 10−11A Tu 11−12P W 1−2P Th 9−10A TuTh 2−330P W 2−5P 101 2251 COLLEGE 101 2251 COLLEGE 160 KROEBER 160 KROEBER 115 BARROWS 117 KROEBER 221 KROEBER 221 KROEBER 115 BARROWS 205 WHEELER 115 BARROWS 115 BARROWS 155 KROEBER 175 BARROWS 16 HEARST GYM 16 HEARST GYM 19 HEARST GYM 19 HEARST GYM 101 2251 COLLEGE 12 2224 PIEDMNT 12 2224 PIEDMNT 12 2224 PIEDMNT 105 STANLEY 155 KROEBER 155 KROEBER 129 BARROWS 111 KROEBER 111 KROEBER 115 KROEBER 155 KROEBER 145 MCCONE 105 NORTH GATE 221 KROEBER 101 2251 COLLEGE 221 KROEBER 221 KROEBER 155 KROEBER 220 WHEELER HASTORF, C JOYCE, R DEACON, T W SCHEPER−HUGHES, N THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF LIGHTFOOT, K G CONKEY, M W AGARWAL, S C THE STAFF 1−4 4 4 SHACKLEY, M S SHACKLEY, M S JOYCE, R TRINGHAM, R E THE STAFF THE STAFF NADER, L THE STAFF LIU, X THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF HAYDEN, C P ALFONSO, D R PANDOLFO, S THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF YURCHAK, A COHEN, L 5 17 1 TBA TBA 2 17 UG & BY CATEGORY 4 4 4 16 20 NONE UG & BY CATEGORY Note: "Archaeology of Europe through Fiction" P 127A S 127A P S P P S S P P P S S S S P P P S S S S P P 134B 134B 136A 136I 136I 136I 137 138A 141 141 141 141 141 142 C147B 149 149 149 149 149 150 156A 4 4 4 9 13 12 BY CATEGORY 4 4 4 18 17 NONE Note: Cross−listed with Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender St C147B section 1. 4 4 5 NONE 7 02609 02612 02615 02618 02621 02624 02627 02630 02633 02636 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 02843 SEE DEPT P 156C P 169B S 169B S 169B S 169B S 169B P 179 P 189 P 189 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC TuTh 330−5P Th 10−1P Tu 2−3P Tu 9−10A Tu 10−11A Tu 11−12P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 930−11A MW 4−530P 101 WURSTER 221 KROEBER 115 BARROWS 117 KROEBER 117 KROEBER 221 KROEBER 155 KROEBER 185 BARROWS 101 WURSTER 186 BARROWS TBA Anthropology of Modernity: Science Research Theory and Methods in Socio−Cultural Anthr... Research Theory and Methods in Socio−Cultural Anthr... Research Theory and Methods in Socio−Cultural Anthr... Research Theory and Methods in Socio−Cultural Anthr... Research Theory and Methods in Socio−Cultural Anthr... Ethnography of the Maya Special Topics in Social/Cultural Anthropology 4 5 RABINOW, P M FERME, M C THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF NONE NONE UG 4 4 HANKS, W F ONG, A HOLSTON, J THE STAFF 7 9 7 UG & BY CATEGORY UG & BY CATEGORY UG Note: "Poverty and Peripheries in East Asia" Special Topics in Social/Cultural Anthropology 4 Special Topics in Social/Cultural Anthropology 4 Senior Honors 4 Note: "Cities of the Global South" P 189 003 LEC P H195A 1−27 TUT 13 UG NONE Note: Undergraduate students see the advisor in 209 Kroeber regarding Anthropology H195A. P H195B 1−27 TUT TBA Senior Honors 4 NONE Note: Undergraduate students see the advisor in 209 Kroeber regarding Anthropology H195B. P 197 1−6 FLD TBA Fieldwork 1−12 NONE JR, SR Note: Undergraduate students see the advisor in 209 Kroeber regarding Anthropology 197 independent study. P 198 1−3 GRP TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Undergraduate students see the advisor in 209 Kroeber regarding Anthropology 198 independent study. P 198 P 198 P 198 P 199 004 GRP 5−8 GRP 009 GRP 1−30 IND MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 9−10A 15 2224 PIEDMNT TBA 305 KROEBER TBA Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study 1−4: PF TRINGHAM, R E 1−4 1−4: PF SCHEPER−HUGHES, N 1−4 NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: Undergraduate students see the advisor in 209 Kroeber regarding Anthropology 199 independent study. ARCHITECTURE Control Number 03712 Course Section Number P 100A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 03715 03718 S 100A P 100B 101 STD 001 LEC M 9−11A 112 WURSTER Fundamentals of Architectural Design 5 DAVIDS, R C NONE JR, SR & ARCHITECTURE &BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite: Environmental Design 11B − No Exceptions. Enroll directly into the lecture and studio sections. Bring a portfolio to the first day of class for evaluation purposes. Students will be evaluated and assigned section instructors on the first day of class, or at a time that the instructors deem necessary. Also: CHOKSOMBATCHAI, R; LOPEZ NEGRETE BAPT; HUMMEL, R A; BURGIN, P J M 11−1P 701 WURSTER Fundamentals of Architectural Design DAVIDS, R C Note: Also: CHOKSOMBATCHAI, R; LOPEZ NEGRETE BAPT; HUMMEL, R A; BURGIN, P J; W 9−1P, 701 WURSTER; F 9−11A, 701 WURSTER W 9−11A 112 WURSTER Fundamentals of Architectural Design 5 PLYMALE, K D NONE JR, SR & ARCHITECTURE &BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite: Architecture 100A − No Exceptions. Enroll directly into the lecture and studio sections. Bring a portfolio to the first day of class for evaluation purposes. Students will be evaluated and assigned section instructors on the first day of class, or at a time that the instructors deem necessary. Also: GUTIERREZ, M; BIEG, K M; SAN FRATELLO, V M; CRESCIMANO, L C M 9−1P 701 WURSTER Fundamentals of Architectural Design PLYMALE, K D Note: Also: GUTIERREZ, M; BIEG, K M; SAN FRATELLO, V M; CRESCIMANO, L C; W 11−1P, 701 WURSTER; F 9−11A, 701 WURSTER MW 2−6P 801 WURSTER Case Studies in Architecture 5 ANDERSON, M S NONE SR & ARCHITECTURE ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Prerequisite: Architecture 100A and 100B with no less than a grade of B in each course. No Exceptions. Sign up on the wait list of the lecture of the instructor you wish to study under. Bring a portfolio to the first day of class for evaluation purposes. Students will be evaluated for placement in a lecture on the first day of class, or at a time that the instructors deem necessary. Your placement in a lecture may or may not coincide with the lecture for which you originally signed up on the wait list. MW 2−6P 172 WURSTER Case Studies in Architecture 5 LIFCHEZ, R NONE SR & ARCHITECTURE ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Prerequisite: Architecture 100A and 100B with no less than a grade of B in each course. No Exceptions. Sign up on the wait list of the lecture of the instructor you wish to study under. Bring a portfolio to the first day of class for evaluation purposes. Students will be evaluated for placement in a lecture on the first day of class, or at a time that the instructors deem necessary. Your placement in a lecture may or may not coincide with the lecture for which you originally signed up on the wait list. TuTh 2−330P 112 WURSTER Social and Cultural Factors in Design 4 CRANZ, G L 5 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 03721 03724 S 100B P 101 101 STD 001 LEC 03727 P 101 002 LEC 03730 P 110AC 001 LEC 8 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 03733 03736 03739 03742 03745 03748 03751 03754 03757 03760 03763 03766 03769 03772 03775 03778 03781 03784 03787 03790 03793 S 110AC 101 DIS S 110AC 102 DIS S 110AC 103 DIS S 110AC 104 DIS S 110AC 105 DIS S 110AC 106 DIS S 110AC 107 DIS S 110AC 108 DIS P 138 P 138 P 138 P 139X P 139X P 149A P S S S S S P 150 150 150 150 150 150 170A 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC Tu 2−5P Th 330−630P F 1−4P TuTh 11−1230P Th 8−11A Th 5−8P Th 2−5P F 9−12P F 12−3P TuTh 1230−2P M 930−11A Tu 11−1230P Tu 1230−2P M 11−1230P Tu 1230−2P M 11−1230P Tu 930−11A Tu 11−1230P Th 330−630P 901A WURSTER 801A WURSTER 104 WURSTER 901A WURSTER 172 WURSTER 172 WURSTER 104 WURSTER 104 WURSTER 170 WURSTER CANCELLED CANCELLED 104 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 100 GPB 479 WURSTER 479 WURSTER 479 WURSTER 479 WURSTER 479 WURSTER 155 DWINELLE Social and Cultural Factors in Design Social and Cultural Factors in Design Social and Cultural Factors in Design Social and Cultural Factors in Design Social and Cultural Factors in Design Social and Cultural Factors in Design Social and Cultural Factors in Design Social and Cultural Factors in Design Advanced Computer−Aided Rendering and Animation Advanced Computer−Aided Rendering and Animation Advanced Computer−Aided Rendering and Animation Special Topics: Design Theories and Methods Special Topics: Design Theories and Methods Acoustics Introduction to Structures Introduction to Structures Introduction to Structures Introduction to Structures Introduction to Structures Introduction to Structures An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism An Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 4 DHAEMERS, M P DHAEMERS, M P DHAEMERS, M P CRYSLER, C G DHAEMERS, M P SALTER, C BLACK, R 20 20 20 5 20 NONE 9 JR, SR &ENV DSGN &BY CATEGORY CRANZ, G L Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: "Architecture of Globalization: Contested Spaces of Global Culture" Note: This is a module course and only meets during the first five weeks of the semester. 4 SHANKEN, A 17 BY CATEGORY Note: "Antiquity to the Middle Ages" 03796 03799 03802 03805 03808 03811 03814 03817 03820 03823 S 170A S 170A S 170A S 170A S 170A S 170A S 170A S 170A S 170A S 170A 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS M 10−11A M 11−12P M 3−4P M 4−5P Tu 10−11A Tu 11−12P Th 4−5P Th 5−6P F 9−10A F 10−11A 801A WURSTER 801A WURSTER 601A WURSTER 601A WURSTER 601A WURSTER 601A WURSTER 601A WURSTER 601A WURSTER 801A WURSTER 801A WURSTER VISUAL STUDIES Section Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor Restrictions 9 Control Number 04503 04506 04509 04512 04515 04518 Course Number P 180A P P P P P P 185X 186B 186X 186X 187A 198 001 STD 001 LEC 001 STD 001 STD 002 STD 001 STD 001 GRP TuTh 9−12P W 2−5P M 7−10P TuTh 930−1230P TuTh 2−5P TuTh 2−5P 491 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 104 WURSTER 172 WURSTER 172 WURSTER 489 WURSTER UNSCHED NOFACILITY Unit Credit Introduction to Visual Studies: Word and Image 4 Special Topics: Word and Image Photography As an Art Form Special Topics: Photography Special Topics: Photography Freehand Drawing Special Group Study 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4: PF SLUSKY, J DUBOVSKY, A O BOURDIER, J P DELANEY, J C DELANEY, J C SLUSKY, J Exam Group NONE SO, JR, SR &ENV DSGN ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE 7 5 NONE NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ JR, SR &ENV DSGN ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: "Principles of Design" − All students interested in Visual Studies 180A must enroll on the course wait list and attend the first day of class. PRACTICE OF ART Control Number 04903 04906 04909 04912 04915 04918 04921 04924 04927 04930 04933 04936 04939 04942 04945 04948 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 04978 04981 04984 04987 04990 04993 04996 04999 05002 05005 Course Section Number P S S S S P 8 8 8 8 8 12 001 LEC 101 STD 102 STD 103 STD 104 STD 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 18 SO, JR & ART &BY CATEGORY M 12−1P MWF 9−12P MWF 1−4P MWF 4−7P MWF 1−4P MWF 9−12P TuThSA 4−7P TuThSA 9−12P MWF 4−7P TuThSA 9−12P TuThSA 9−12P MWF 9−12P 160 KROEBER 395 KROEBER 365 KROEBER 395 KROEBER 395 KROEBER 355 KROEBER 355 KROEBER 385 KROEBER 385 KROEBER 165 KROEBER 171 WURSTER 265 KROEBER Introduction to Visual Thinking Introduction to Visual Thinking Introduction to Visual Thinking Introduction to Visual Thinking Introduction to Visual Thinking The Language of Drawing The Language of Drawing Language of Painting Language of Painting The Language of Sculpture The Language of Sculpture Introduction to Printmaking Foundations of American Cyber−Culture Foundations of American Cyber−Culture Foundations of American Cyber−Culture Foundations of American Cyber−Culture Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study Approaches to Painting Approaches to Painting Approaches to Painting Drawing and Composition Figure Drawing Figure Drawing Approaches to Printmaking: Intaglio Approaches to Sculpture: Ceramics Approaches to Sculpture: Meaning in Material Advanced Projects in Ceramic Sculpture MCNAMARA, J S 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 DADGAR, A R TAYLOR, S C CARNWATH, S RODRIGUEZ, L E NAGASAWA, C K MCNAMARA, J S HUSSONG, R M VAN DEN DOOL, M HUSSONG, R M MCKAY, J D NIEMEYER, G NIEMEYER, G NIEMEYER, G NONE UG & BY CATEGORY NONE UG & BY CATEGORY 7 13 UG & BY CATEGORY UG & BY CATEGORY Note: Art 12, 13, and 14 may be taken concurrently. Art 8 is a prerequisite for Art 12, 13, and 14. P 12 P 13 P 13 P 14 P 14 Note: Art 12, 13, and 14 may be taken concurrently. Art 8 is a prerequisite for Art 12, 13, and 14. Note: Art 12, 13, and 14 may be taken concurrently. Art 8 is a prerequisite for Art 12, 13, and 14. Note: Art 12, 13, and 14 may be taken concurrently. Art 8 is a prerequisite for Art 12, 13, and 14. NONE UG & BY CATEGORY NONE UG & BY CATEGORY 16 TBA BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: Art 12, 13, and 14 may be taken concurrently. Art 8 is a prerequisite for Art 12, 13, and 14. Note: Art 12, 13, and 14 may be taken concurrently. Art 8 is a prerequisite for Art 12, 13, and 14. P 16 001 LEC P 23AC 001 LEC S 23AC 101 LAB S 23AC 102 LAB S 23AC 103 LAB P 98 P 99 P P P P P P P P 102 102 102 117 118 118 120 132 1−4 GRP 1−5 IND 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC TuThSA 1−4P TuThSA 4−7P MWF 1−4P MWF 4−7P TuThSA 9−12P MWF 1−4P MWF 1−4P F 9−12P TuThSA 1−4P TuThSA 1−4P Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; F 9−10A F 10−11A F 11−12P 295 KROEBER 295 KROEBER 295 KROEBER TBA TBA 385 KROEBER 375 KROEBER 375 KROEBER 355 KROEBER 365 KROEBER 355 KROEBER 265 KROEBER 171 WURSTER 165 KROEBER 171 WURSTER Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 1−2 1−2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 NAGASAWA, C K EBTEKAR, A M SHERWOOD, K D DEJESUS, V SHAW, R B GAMEZ, A HUSSONG, R M REINERTSON, L A REIMAN, B L SHAW, R B NONE UG ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE ART &BY CATEGORY ART &BY CATEGORY ART &BY CATEGORY ART &BY CATEGORY ART &BY CATEGORY ART &BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY ART &BY CATEGORY Note: Also: F 1−4P, 171 WURSTER P 133 P 137 NONE ART &BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY 10 05008 05011 05014 05017 05019 05020 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 141 P P P P 160 160 171 C171 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 STD TuThSA 1−4P MW 430−7P MW 1−4P TuTh 1−4P 120 KROEBER 120 KROEBER 120 KROEBER 285 KROEBER Temporal Structures: Video and Performance Art Special Topics in Visual Studies Special Topics in Visual Studies Digital Video: The Architecture of Time Digital Video: The Architecture of Time Sound Art Special Study for Honors Candidates in the Practice... Special Study for Honors Candidates in the Practice... Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study for Advanced Undergrad... 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1−3 1−4 RADLEY, K P SHERWOOD, K D WOFFORD, J K WALSH, A G MOSES, G J KUBICK, C S NONE BY CATEGORY 13 12 17 TBA BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY UG & ART &BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Film Studies C185 section 1. P 173 001 LEC P H195A 1−20 IND P H195B 1−20 IND P 198 P 199 1−4 GRP 1−23 IND TuTh 4−7P 275 KROEBER TBA TBA TBA TBA NONE BY CATEGORY NONE ART ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE ART &BY CATEGORY NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR & ART ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ HISTORY OF ART Control Number 05403 05406 05409 05412 05415 05418 05421 05424 05426 05850 05853 05856 05859 05862 05865 05868 05871 05874 05877 05880 05427 05429 05430 05433 05436 05439 05442 05445 05448 05451 Course Section Number P R1B P R1B P R1B P R1B P R1B P R1B P R1B P S S S S S S S S S S S S P P P S S S S S S P 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 24 24 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 39A 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC 007 LEC 001 LEC 001 DIS 002 DIS 003 DIS 004 DIS 005 DIS 006 DIS 007 DIS 008 DIS 009 DIS 010 DIS 011 DIS 012 DIS 001 SEM 002 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE NONE NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE NONE 11 MW 8−930A TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 5−630P TuTh 8−930A F 9−10A F 10−11A F 11−12P F 12−1P F 1−2P F 2−3P F 10−11A F 11−12P F 12−1P F 1−2P F 2−3P F 3−4P 425 DOE LIBRARY 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT A1 HEARST ANNEX 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT CANCELLED 308B DOE LIBRARY 102 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 425 DOE LIBRARY Reading and Writing about Visual Experience Reading and Writing about Visual Experience Reading and Writing about Visual Experience Reading and Writing about Visual Experience Reading and Writing about Visual Experience Reading and Writing about Visual Experience Reading and Writing about Visual Experience Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval 4 Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval Freshman Seminar 1: PF Freshman Seminar Art and Architecture in Japan Art and Architecture in Japan Art and Architecture in Japan Art and Architecture in Japan Art and Architecture in Japan Art and Architecture in Japan Art and Architecture in Japan Freshman/Sophomore Seminar 1 4 WRIGHT, D H HONIG, E A LEVINE, G P TBA TBA 5 FR BY CATEGORY Note: "Looking at Berkeley Buildings" Tu 5−6P TuTh 2−330P W 1−2P W 2−3P W 3−4P W 4−5P W 5−6P W 6−7P F 130−430P 4 WRIGHT, D H TBA CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Photography as a Fine Art" 11 05453 05883 05886 05889 05454 05457 05460 05463 05466 05469 05472 05475 P S S S P S S S S S S P 62 62 62 62 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 C120B 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC MWF 2−3P Th 8−9A Th 9−10A Th 10−11A TuTh 330−5P M 10−11A M 11−12P M 12−10P M 1−2P M 2−3P M 3−4P TuTh 11−1230P 102 MOFFITT 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 101 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 103 MOFFITT Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art Theories and Methods of Art History Theories and Methods of Art History Theories and Methods of Art History Theories and Methods of Art History Theories and Methods of Art History Theories and Methods of Art History Theories and Methods of Art History The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE The Art of India: 1350 A.D. to the Present The Art of India: 1350 A.D. to the Present The Art of India: 1350 A.D. to the Present The Art of India: 1350 A.D. to the Present Roman Art Medieval Medieval Medieval Medieval Medieval 17th−18th Century 17th−18th Century 17th−18th Century 17th−18th Century 19th−20th Century 19th−20th Century 19th−20th Century 19th−20th Century American/British American/British American/British American/British Asian Ancient Ancient Medieval 19th−20th Century 19th−20th Century Art and Life in Nineteenth Century America Directed Research Museum Internship Special Study for Honors Candidates in the History ... Special Field Research 4 15 4 DAVIS, W M 20 4 FELDMAN, M 9 Note: Cross−listed with Near Eastern Studies C120B section 1. 05478 05481 05484 05487 05490 05493 05496 05499 05502 05504 05892 05895 05898 05505 05508 05511 05514 05517 05520 05523 05526 05528 05899 05400 05401 05529 05532 05535 05537 05538 05541 05543 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S C120B 101 DIS S C120B 102 DIS S C120B 103 DIS P S S S P P P S S S P S S S P S S S P S S S P P P P P P P 136C 136C 136C 136C 145 190C 190C 190C 190C 190C 190E 190E 190E 190E 190F 190F 190F 190F 190G 190G 190G 190G 192A 192B 192B 192C 192F 192F 192G 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 102 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 SEM 001 SEM 002 SEM 001 SEM 001 SEM 002 SEM 001 SEM 1−5 IND 1−6 FLD 1−5 IND M 8−9A M 9−10A M 10−11A TuTh 1230−2P W 10−11A W 11−12P W 12−1P MWF 8−10A TuTh 8−930A W 12−1P W 1−2P W 2−3P MW 4−530P Tu 1−2P Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P TuTh 2−330P M 9−10A M 10−11A M 11−12P MWF 11−12P Th 11−12P Th 12−1P Th 1−2P M 1−4P F 9−12P W 9−12P Th 9−12P M 2−5P Tu 2−5P M 4−7P 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 106 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 104 MOFFITT 106 MOFFITT CANCELLED 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 102 MOFFITT 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 106 MOFFITT 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 106 MOFFITT 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 308B DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY TBA TBA TBA UNSCHED NOFACILITY 4 WILLIAMS, J G 17 4 4 4 WRIGHT, D H 4 11 15 4 OLSON, T P 13 4 CLARK, T J 5 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 10.5 WILLIAMS, J G STEWART, A F FELDMAN, M FRICKE, B WAGNER, A M GRIGSBY, D G DAVIS, W M NONE SO, JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Art of Afghanistan under the Kushans: Global and Local Forms" Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; P 193 P 194 P H195 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ GOLDSTEIN, M NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ P C196W001 SEM 05595 SEE DEPT P 198 P 199 001 GRP 1−6 IND Note: Cross−listed with Media Studies C196W section 1, Political Science C196W section 1, Sociology C196W section 1, Political Economy of Industrial Soc C196W section 1, History C196W section 1, Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C196W section 1 and Gender and Women's Studies C196W section 1. Supervised Group Study 1−4: PF WILLIAMS, J G NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TBA Supervised Independent Study 1−4 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES 12 Control Number 05903 05906 05909 05912 05915 05918 05921 05924 05927 05930 05933 05936 05939 05942 05945 05948 05951 05954 05957 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P R2A S R2A S R2A P R2A S R2A S R2A P R2B S R2B S R2B P R2B S R2B S R2B P 20A S 20A S 20A S 20A S 20A S 20A S 20A P 97 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 1−20 FLD Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE BY CATEGORY TuTh 11−1230P W 1−2P W 10−11A TuTh 2−330P W 10−11A W 11−12P TuTh 1230−2P W 12−1P W 11−12P TuTh 330−5P W 10−11A W 2−3P MWF 11−12P M 12−1P Tu 3−4P Tu 8−9A W 10−11A Th 2−3P W 9−10A 104 BARROWS 39 EVANS 203 WHEELER 175 BARROWS 224 WHEELER 224 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 155 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 221 WHEELER 136 BARROWS 145 DWINELLE 24 WHEELER 205 DWINELLE 24 WHEELER 121 WHEELER 121 WHEELER 20 WHEELER TBA Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Introduction to the History of Asians in the United... Introduction to the History of Asians in the United... Introduction to the History of Asians in the United... Introduction to the History of Asians in the United... Introduction to the History of Asians in the United... Introduction to the History of Asians in the United... Introduction to the History of Asians in the United... Field Studies in Asian American Communities LEONG, A P THE STAFF THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Prerequisite for R2A is 1, Subject A, or equivalent. Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 4 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 4 LEONG, A P THE STAFF THE STAFF 4 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 4 OMI, M THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 1−3 NONE FR, SO 2 NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Prerequisite for R2A is 1, Subject A, or equivalent. Also: LEONG, A P Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Prerequisite for R2B is R2A, English 1A, or equivalent. Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Prerequisite for R2B is R2A, English 1A, or equivalent. Also: LEONG, A P Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SEE DEPT P 98 1−13 GRP Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies 97, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Group Study 1−3 NONE FR, SO Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies 98, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE FR, SO Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies 99, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TuTh 930−11A 136 BARROWS Chinese American History 4 DONG, H C 7 Th 1−2P 121 WHEELER Chinese American History THE STAFF Th 5−8P 20 WHEELER Japanese American History 4 TAKAHASHI, J H 14 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite for 122 is 20A or equivalent, or consent of instructor. MWF 1−2P Tu 3−6P 104 BARROWS 136 BARROWS Filipino American History Southeast Asian Migration and Community Formation 4 4 CHOY, C C UM, K 12 20 SEE DEPT P 99 1−4 IND 06071 06074 06077 06080 06083 P 121 S 121 P 122 P 124 P 126 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: Prerequisite for 126 is 20A or equivalent. 13 06086 06089 06092 06095 06098 06101 06104 06107 06110 06113 06116 06119 SEE DEPT S 126 101 DIS Tu 9−10A M 2−5P M 6−9P M 5−6P Tu 4−7P M 12−1P M 1−2P F 11−12P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 11−1230P 151 BARROWS 100 GPB 100 WHEELER 110 WHEELER 2 LECONTE 155 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 104 BARROWS 136 BARROWS P 128AC 001 LEC P S P S S S P P 141 141 171 171 171 171 172 177 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 001 SEM Southeast Asian Migration and Community Formation Muslims in America THE STAFF 4 BAZIAN, H A 15 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; "Islam in America: Communities and Institutions" Law in the Asian American Community 4 FLEMING, T M 14 BY CATEGORY Law in the Asian American Community FLEMING, T M Asian Americans in Film and Video 4 KIM, E H 20 BY CATEGORY Asian Americans in Film and Video THE STAFF Asian Americans in Film and Video THE STAFF Asian Americans in Film and Video THE STAFF Asian American Literature 4 THE STAFF 17 Asian American Art: Remapping Modernity: Art 3 CHOY, G P 9 and Ar... Senior Thesis 4 THE STAFF TBA Senior Thesis 4 THE STAFF TBA TBA Senior Honors Seminar for Asian American 3 TBA SR & ASIAN AMERICAN STDS Studies Ma... Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies H195A, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Senior Honors Seminar for Asian American 3 NONE SR & ASIAN AMERICAN STDS Studies Ma... Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies H195B, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Field Study in Asian American Communities 1−3 NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies 197, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Group Study 1−3 NONE JR, SR Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies 198, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: For instructions for Asian American Studies 199, see the Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. P 195 001 IND P 195 002 IND P H195A 1−4 IND SEE DEPT P H195B 1−4 IND SEE DEPT P 197 1−23 FLD SEE DEPT P 198 1−13 GRP SEE DEPT P 199 1−25 IND ASIAN STUDIES Control Number 06403 06406 06409 06412 06415 06418 06421 06424 06427 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT Course Section Number P S S S S S S S S P 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 98 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 9 TuTh 11−1230P Tu 2−3P Tu 9−10A W 1−2P W 11−12P W 8−9A Th 2−3P F 4−5P Th 1−2P MW 5−630P 2040 VALLEY LSB 105 DWINELLE 2319 TOLMAN 111 KROEBER 2030 VALLEY LSB 79 DWINELLE 105 DWINELLE 106 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 250 DWINELLE Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Introduction to Asia Directed Group Study YAMANAKA, K 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Beginning Taiwanese" P 98 002 GRP TuTh 5−630P 255 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE BY CATEGORY Note: "Beginning Taiwanese" P 98 003 GRP TuTh 5−630P 254 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE BY CATEGORY Note: "Intermediate Taiwanese" P 98 004 GRP MW 5−630P 255 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Intermediate Taiwanese" P 98 005 GRP TuTh 5−630P 251 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Advanced Taiwanese" 14 06445 06448 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 150 P 150 001 LEC 002 LEC TuTh 11−1230P MW 4−530P 88 DWINELLE Special Topics Special Topics 4 4 3 9 13 NONE Note: "Korean Vernacular Heritage" Note: "Urbanization in the Era of Globalization: China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan Connected" P H195A 1−3 IND TBA Senior Honors Note: Senior Honors course H195A is for Asian Studies majors only. To sign up for these courses, go to the program office at 101 Stephens Hall. P H195B 1−2 IND TBA Senior Honors 3 NONE Note: Senior Honors course H195B is for Asian Studies majors only. To sign up for these courses, go to the program office at 101 Stephens Hall. P 196 001 IND UNSCHED NOFACILITY Senior Thesis 3 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Senior Thesis course 196 is for Asian Studies majors only. To sign up for this course, go to the program office at 101 Stephens Hall. P 198 001 GRP MW 5−630P 250 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Beginning Taiwanese" P 198 002 GRP TuTh 5−630P 255 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Beginning Taiwanese" P 198 003 GRP TuTh 5−630P 254 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Intermediate Taiwanese" P 198 004 GRP MW 5−630P 255 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Intermediate Taiwanese" P 198 005 GRP TuTh 5−630P 251 DWINELLE Directed Group Study 1−4: PF LIU, D NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Advanced Taiwanese" P 199 1−3 IND TBA Independent Study 1−4 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ ASTRONOMY Control Number 06603 06606 06609 06612 06615 06618 06621 06624 06627 06630 06633 06636 06639 06642 06645 06648 06651 06654 06657 06660 06663 Course Section Number P3 P S S S P P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 7A 7A 7A 7A 10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 2 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 8 17 W 3−5P TuTh 1230−2P W 4−5P M 4−5P M 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P MWF 3−4P Tu 2−3P Th 9−10A W 1−2P Tu 9−10A Tu 11−12P Tu 1−2P Th 11−12P Tu 3−4P Tu 10−11A W 9−10A Th 10−11A W 12−1P F 12−1P Th 1−2P 544 CAMPBELL 70 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 4 LECONTE WHEELER AUD 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS Descriptive Cosmology Introduction to Astrophysics Introduction to Astrophysics Introduction to Astrophysics Introduction to Astrophysics Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy MA, C CHIANG, E Note: Students who took or are taking Astronomy 10 should not enroll in this course due to overlapping contents in course materials. 4 4 DAVIS, M FILIPPENKO, A V 9 8 Note: Cross−listed with Letters and Science C70U section 1. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Physical Science. 15 06666 06669 06672 06675 06678 06681 06684 06687 06690 06693 06696 06699 06702 SEE DEPT 06723 06726 06729 06732 06735 SEE DEPT 06750 06759 SEE DEPT S S S S S S S S S S S S P P P P S S P C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 C10 98 99 122 160 160 160 C162 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS 119 DIS 120 DIS 121 DIS 122 DIS 123 DIS 124 DIS 125 DIS 126 DIS 001 GRP 1−4 IND 001 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 1−4 IND 001 GRP 001 IND 2−13 IND W 11−12P Th 2−3P F 2−3P M 2−3P W 10−11A Tu 4−5P M 12−1P F 9−10A Th 12−1P Th 3−4P M 9−10A M 10−11A 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS TBA Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Directed Group Study Directed Study in Astronomy Infrared Astronomy Laboratory Stellar Physics Stellar Physics Stellar Physics Planetary Astrophysics Special Study for Honors Candidates Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4: PF MARCY, G 1−3 4 4 MARCY, G FILIPPENKO, A V NONE NONE FR, SO & ASTRONOMY , ASTROPHYSICS 14 2 Tu 6−12A MWF 11−12P W 2−3P Th 1230−2P Tu 230−5P 705 CAMPBELL 544 CAMPBELL 544 CAMPBELL 544 CAMPBELL 544 CAMPBELL TBA 4 2−4 DE PATER, I 5 NONE SR & ASTRONOMY , ASTROPHYSICS ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR & ASTRONOMY , ASTROPHYSICS &BY CATEGORY NONE JR, SR & ASTRONOMY , ASTROPHYSICS ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Cross−listed with Earth and Planetary Science C162 section 1. Also: Th 230−4P, 544 CAMPBELL P H195 P 198 P 199 P 199 W 4−5P 501 CAMPBELL TBA 1−4: PF MARCY, G 1−4: PF GRAHAM, J R 1−4 BIOENGINEERING Control Number 07053 07056 07059 07062 07065 07068 07071 07074 07077 07080 07083 SEE DEPT 07104 07107 07110 07113 07116 07119 07122 07125 07128 07131 07134 07137 07140 Course Section Number P 10 S S P P P P 10 10 22 22L 24 98 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 102 LAB 001 SEM 001 GRP 002 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 20 BY CATEGORY TuTh 330−5P M 3−4P F 3−4P TuTh 11−1230P MW 2−5P W 4−5P M 6−7P 106 STANLEY 247 CORY 3108 ETCHEVERRY 179 STANLEY B144 STANLEY 105 STANLEY 155 DONNER LAB Introduction to Biomedicine for Engineers Introduction to Biomedicine for Engineers Introduction to Biomedicine for Engineers Biotechnology Biotechnology Laboratory Aspects of Bioengineering Supervised Independent Group Studies Supervised Independent Group Studies CONBOY, I M Note: Also: KUMAR, S 3 2 1: PF 1: PF 3: PF DUECK, M E DUECK, M E LIEPMANN, D CONBOY, I M CONBOY, I M 9 BY CATEGORY 15 TBA NONE NONE NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE TBA BY CATEGORY Note: "Stem Cells: Science and Society" P 98 P P P P P S S P S S S S S S P 98 98 98 99 100 100 100 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 115 Note: "Student Organizers" 003 GRP 004 GRP 005 GRP 1−6 IND 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB F 10−11A 458 EVANS Supervised Independent Group Studies Supervised Independent Group Studies Supervised Independent Group Studies Supervised Independent Study and Research Ethics in Science and Engineering Ethics in Science and Engineering Ethics in Science and Engineering Biomechanics Biomechanics Biomechanics Biomechanics Biomechanics Biomechanics Biomechanics Cell Biology Laboratory for Engineers Cell Biology Laboratory for Engineers Cell Biology Laboratory for Engineers 1: PF CONBOY, I M 1−4: PF CONBOY, I M 1−4: PF 1−4 3 HEAD−GORDON, T TBA MWF 10−11A Tu 4−7P W 4−7P Tu 2−5P F 1−4P M 1−4P Th 1−4P M 5−7P Th 2−6P F 2−6P CANCELLED CANCELLED 106 STANLEY 1111 ETCHEVERRY 1111 ETCHEVERRY 1171 ETCHEVERRY 1171 ETCHEVERRY 1171 ETCHEVERRY 1171 ETCHEVERRY 310 HEARST MIN B144 STANLEY B144 STANLEY 4 MOFRAD, M 1 BY CATEGORY Note: ($20 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 4 JOHNSON, T D 14 BY CATEGORY Note: ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) S 115 S 115 16 07143 07146 07149 07152 07155 07158 07161 07164 07167 07170 07173 07176 07179 07182 07185 07188 07191 07194 07197 07199 07200 07203 07206 07209 07212 07215 07218 07221 07224 07227 07230 07233 07236 07239 S 115 P C118 S C118 P C119 S C119 P 121 S 121 S 121 P 121L S 121L P C125 S S S P C125 C125 C125 131 103 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 011 LAB 101 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 011 LAB 012 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 VOL 001 LEC Th 2−6P TuTh 11−1230P F 11−12P TuTh 1230−2P W 9−10A TuTh 11−1230P F 3−4P F 2−3P TuTh 2−5P TuTh 1−2P TuTh 2−330P F 9−10A F 12−3P W 11−2P MWF 3−4P M 4−530P W 4−530P TuTh 8−930A W 2−3P TuTh 330−5P M 11−1P MWF 1−2P F 10−11A TuTh 1−4P MW 9−12P TuTh 10−1P MW 1−2P M 8−11A W 5−8P F 8−11A TuTh 1230−2P M 2−3P TuTh 930−11A M 4−5P TuTh 330−5P B144 STANLEY 310 HEARST MIN 310 HEARST MIN 3107 ETCHEVERRY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 155 DONNER LAB 70 EVANS 70 EVANS 126 STANLEY 126 STANLEY 521 CORY 285 CORY 204 CORY 204 CORY 310 HEARST MIN 1171 ETCHEVERRY 1171 ETCHEVERRY 179 STANLEY 179 STANLEY 9 EVANS 1171 ETCHEVERRY 310 HEARST MIN 310 HEARST MIN 1111 ETCHEVERRY 1111 ETCHEVERRY 1171 ETCHEVERRY 247 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 106 STANLEY 247 CORY 241 CORY 310 HEARST MIN 179 STANLEY Cell Biology Laboratory for Engineers Biological Performance of Materials Biological Performance of Materials Orthopedic Biomechanics Orthopedic Biomechanics Introduction to Micro and Nanobiotechnology: BioMEM... Introduction to Micro and Nanobiotechnology: BioMEM... Introduction to Micro and Nanobiotechnology: BioMEM... BioMems and BioNanotechnology Laboratory BioMems and BioNanotechnology Laboratory Introduction to Robotics Introduction to Robotics Introduction to Robotics Introduction to Robotics Introduction to Computational Molecular and Cell Bi... Introduction to Computational Molecular and Cell Bi... Introduction to Computational Molecular and Cell Bi... Frontiers in Microbial Systems Biology Frontiers in Microbial Systems Biology Computational Methods in Biology Computational Methods in Biology Introduction to Protein Informatics Introduction to Protein Informatics Protein Informatics Laboratory Protein Informatics Laboratory Protein Informatics Laboratory 4 HEALY, K E 9 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Materials Science and Engineering C118 section 1. 4 KEAVENY, T M 17 Note: Cross−listed with Mechanical Engineering C176 section 1. 3 LIEPMANN, D 9 BY CATEGORY 4 DUECK, M E DUECK, M E BAJCSY, R 5 Note: ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 4 5 Note: Cross−listed with Electrical Engineering C125 section 1. 4 HOLMES, I H 8 S 131 S 131 P S P S P 135 135 143 143 C144 4 4 4 ARKIN, A P ARKIN, A P HEAD−GORDON, T HEAD−GORDON, T SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V DERENZO, S E 11 20 12 Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C144 section 1. S C144 101 DIS P C144L 010 LAB P C144L 011 LAB P C144L 012 LAB P C145L 001 LEC S S S P C145L C145L C145L 150 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 2 2 2 17 16 19 12 Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C144L section 10. Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C144L section 11. Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C144L section 12. Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory 3 Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory Introduction of Bionanoscience and 4 Bionanotechnolog... Introduction of Bionanoscience and Bionanotechnolog... Optics and Microscopy 4 Optics and Microscopy Image Processing and Reconstruction 4 Tomography Image Processing and Reconstruction Tomography Senior Design Projects Senior Design Projects Honors Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Design Research Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Note: Cross−listed with Electrical Engineering C145L section 1. LEE, S 17 BY CATEGORY S 150 P 164 S 164 P C165 FLETCHER, D A FLETCHER, D A CONOLLY, S 7 20 Note: Cross−listed with Electrical Engineering C145B section 1. 07242 07244 07764 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 07425 S C165 P 192 S 192 P H194 P 196 P 198 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 1−30 IND 1−30 IND 001 GRP M 6−7P Th 5−6P W 1−3P W 3−5P 179 STANLEY 130 STANLEY 130 STANLEY TBA TBA 155 DONNER LAB 4 3,4 4 HERR, A E HERR, A E NONE NONE TBA NONE JR, SR 1−4: PF CONBOY, I M 17 Note: "Stem Cells: Science and Society" 07428 P 198 002 GRP Note: "Student Organizers" 07431 07434 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 198 P 198 P 198 P 199 003 GRP 004 GRP 5−9 GRP 1−31 IND TBA TBA Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study 1: PF 1: PF 1−4 1−4 CONBOY, I M CONBOY, I M NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates 3: PF CONBOY, I M NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ BIOLOGY Control Number Course Section Number P 1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A S 1A 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS MWF 8−9A 1 PIMENTEL General Biology Lecture 3 FIRESTONE, G L 4 SO, JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enrollment instructions are available at mcb.berkeley.edu/courses/bio1a/enroll. 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One midterm exam is scheduled for October 21, 2009, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Prerequisites will be confirmed. Simultaneous enrollment in both Biology 1A and Biology 1AL is required by August 10, 2009. Biology 1A enrollment will open in Tele−BEARS Phase II. Also: RINE, J D Tu 930−1230P 2095 VALLEY LSB General Biology Laboratory Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL S 1AL 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 109 LAB 110 LAB 111 LAB 112 LAB 113 LAB 114 LAB 115 LAB 116 LAB 117 LAB Tu 930−1230P Tu 2−5P Tu 2−5P Tu 630−930P Tu 630−930P W 9−12P W 9−12P W 2−5P W 2−5P W 630−930P W 630−930P Th 930−1230P Th 930−1230P Th 2−5P Th 2−5P Th 630−930P 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB 2097 VALLEY LSB 2095 VALLEY LSB General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory General Biology Laboratory Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Do not enroll in this lab section if you are also enrolling in a course with a conflicting exam schedule. 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08100 S 1B S 1B 124 LAB 124 DIS 125 LAB 125 DIS 126 LAB 126 DIS 127 LAB 127 DIS 128 LAB 128 DIS 129 LAB 129 DIS 130 LAB 130 DIS 131 LAB 131 DIS 132 LAB 132 DIS 133 LAB 133 DIS 134 LAB 134 DIS 135 LAB 135 DIS 136 LAB 136 DIS W 10−1P W 9−10A W 10−1P W 9−10A W 3−6P W 2−3P W 3−6P W 2−3P W 3−6P W 2−3P W 3−6P W 2−3P W 3−6P W 2−3P Th 10−1P Th 1−2P Th 10−1P Th 1−2P Th 10−1P Th 1−2P Th 10−1P Th 1−2P Th 3−6P Th 2−3P Th 3−6P Th 2−3P 2007 VALLEY LSB 3019 VALLEY LSB 3003 VALLEY LSB 3083 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 3007 VALLEY LSB 2007 VALLEY LSB 2007 VALLEY LSB 2007 VALLEY LSB 3019 VALLEY LSB 3003 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 3019 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 83 DWINELLE 2007 VALLEY LSB 3007 VALLEY LSB 2007 VALLEY LSB 2070 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 2005 VALLEY LSB 3007 VALLEY LSB General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology General Biology Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 08106 S 1B S 1B 08112 S 1B S 1B 08118 S 1B S 1B 08124 S 1B S 1B 08130 S 1B S 1B 08136 S 1B S 1B 08142 S 1B S 1B 08148 S 1B S 1B 08154 S 1B S 1B 08160 S 1B S 1B 08166 S 1B S 1B 08172 S 1B S 1B Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END 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are designed for students who are especially interested in field biology. These sections will meet outside of class time. You will be required to do field research some nights and weekends, regardless of the weather. You will receive one unit of 95 credit extra. You can enter these sections only with instructor approval. See Mike Moser in 2013 Valley LSB or you can read about it on the Biology 1B web page at ib.berkeley.edu/courses/bio1b. Th 2−3P 2007 VALLEY LSB General Biology CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Sections 137 and 138 are designed for students who are especially interested in field biology. These sections will meet outside of class time. You will be required to do field research some nights and weekends, regardless of the weather. You will receive one unit of 95 credit extra. You can enter these sections only with instructor approval. See Mike Moser in 2013 Valley LSB or you can read about it on the Biology 1B web page at ib.berkeley.edu/courses/bio1b. Th 3−6P 2007 VALLEY LSB General Biology CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Sections 137 and 138 are designed for students who are especially interested in field biology. These sections will meet outside of class time. You will be required to do field research some nights and weekends, regardless of the weather. You will receive one unit of 95 credit extra. You can enter these sections only with instructor approval. See Mike Moser in 2013 Valley LSB or you can read about it on the Biology 1B web page at ib.berkeley.edu/courses/bio1b. Th 2−3P 2007 VALLEY LSB General Biology CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Sections 137 and 138 are designed for students who are especially interested in field biology. These sections will meet outside of class time. You will be required to do field research some nights and weekends, regardless of the weather. You will receive one unit of 95 credit extra. You can enter these sections only with instructor approval. See Mike Moser in 2013 Valley LSB or you can read about it on the Biology 1B web page at ib.berkeley.edu/courses/bio1b. BIOPHYSICS Control Number 08203 Course Section Number P H196 001 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4: PF Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE UNSCHED NOFACILITY Honors Research in Biophysics ISACOFF, E GROUP IN BUDDHIST STUDIES Control Number 08303 08306 08309 08312 08315 08318 08321 08322 08300 08301 08323 08324 08327 Course Section Number P C50 S S S S S S S S S P C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C120 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 17 TuTh 1230−2P Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P Tu 4−5P W 11−12P W 12−1P W 1−2P Tu 2−3P W 2−3P W 3−4P 50 BIRGE 255 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 205 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 2066 VALLEY LSB 51 EVANS 247 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE 121 WHEELER Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Buddhism on the Silk Road Buddhism and the Environment Readings in Chinese Buddhist Texts DALTON, J Note: Cross−listed with East Asian Languages and Cultures C50 section 1 and South and Southeast Asian Studies C52 section 1. 4 4 4 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF MEHENDALE, S WILLIAMS, D SHARF, R H TBA 20 7 Note: Cross−listed with East Asian Languages and Cultures C120 section 1. P C126 P C140 TuTh 330−5P TuTh 930−11A 156 DWINELLE 185 BARROWS Note: Cross−listed with East Asian Languages and Cultures C126 section 1. Note: Cross−listed with Chinese C140 section 1. UNDERGRAD. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Control Number 08403 08406 08409 08412 08415 Course Section Number P 10 S S S S 10 10 10 10 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE UG MWF 9−10A Tu 8−9A Tu 8−9A Th 8−9A Th 9−10A WHEELER AUD C335 CHEIT C325 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C335 CHEIT Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business ROBINSON, D O Note: Also: HERMALIN, B E; BANKS, C G 23 08418 08421 08424 08427 08430 08433 08436 08439 08442 08445 08448 08451 08490 08493 08496 08499 08502 08505 08508 08511 08514 08517 08520 08523 08526 08529 08532 08535 08538 08541 08544 08547 08550 08553 08556 08559 08562 08564 08402 08401 08565 08568 08571 08574 08577 08580 08583 08586 08589 08592 08595 08598 08601 08604 08607 08610 08613 08616 08619 08625 08628 08631 08636 08889 08637 08640 08643 08646 S S S S S S S S S S S S P P S S P S S P S S P S S P S S S S S P S S S S S P S S P S S S S S S P S S S S S P S S S S S S P 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 100 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102A 102B 102B 102B 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 105 105 105 105 105 105 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 107 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 003 LEC 301 DIS 302 DIS 004 LEC 401 DIS 402 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 204 DIS 205 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 107 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS Tu 9−10A Th 10−11A Th 10−11A Tu 2−3P W 2−3P Tu 3−4P W 3−4P W 4−5P Th 3−4P Th 4−5P W 5−6P Th 5−6P TuTh 8−930A F 8−930A F 9−10A TuTh 930−11A F 10−11A F 11−12P TuTh 11−1230P F 12−1P F 1−2P TuTh 2−330P F 2−3P F 3−4P MW 10−11A F 8−10A F 10−12P F 12−2P F 2−4P F 2−4P MW 11−12P F 8−10A F 10−12P F 12−2P F 12−2P F 2−4P TuTh 1230−2P F 8−10A F 12−2P MW 8−930A F 8−930A F 930−11A F 11−1230P F 1230−2P F 2−330P F 330−5P M 1230−2P W 8−930A W 11−1230P W 11−1230P W 1230−2P W 1230−2P Tu 8−930A Th 8−930A Th 8−930A Th 930−11A Th 1230−2P Th 2−330P C325 CHEIT C325 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C320 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C320 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C335 CHEIT CANCELLED C230 CHEIT C210 CHEIT C210 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C230 CHEIT F295 HAAS 101 WURSTER 101 WURSTER 101 WURSTER 101 WURSTER 102 WURSTER F295 HAAS 174 BARROWS 102 WURSTER 102 WURSTER 185 BARROWS 385 LECONTE C230 CHEIT C125 CHEIT C220 CHEIT F295 HAAS C110 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C110 CHEIT F295 HAAS C110 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C125 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C125 CHEIT F295 HAAS C320 CHEIT C325 CHEIT C320 CHEIT C325 CHEIT C320 CHEIT CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED S 107 P 113 P 117 P P S S 118 120A 120A 120A MW 1230−2P MW 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P MW 930−11A F 8−10A F 10−12P C325 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C210 CHEIT C220 CHEIT C325 CHEIT C325 CHEIT Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Principles of Business Business Communication 2 Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions 3 Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions 3 Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions 3 Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions 3 Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3 Introduction to Managerial Accounting Introduction to Managerial Accounting Introduction to Finance 4 Introduction to Finance Introduction to Finance Introduction to Finance Introduction to Finance Introduction to Finance Introduction to Finance Introduction to Organizational Behavior 3 Introduction to Organizational Behavior Introduction to Organizational Behavior Introduction to Organizational Behavior Introduction to Organizational Behavior Introduction to Organizational Behavior Marketing 3 Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing The Social, Political, and Ethical Environment of 3 B... The Social, Political, and Ethical Environment of B... Managerial Economics 3 Special Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy 3 International Trade Intermediate Financial Accounting Intermediate Financial Accounting Intermediate Financial Accounting 3 4 PEREZ−REYES, A MCCULLOUGH, T W 13 6 SO, JR, SR MCCULLOUGH, T W 6 SO, JR, SR MARSCHAK, T A 6 SO, JR, SR MARSCHAK, T A 6 SO, JR, SR BROOKS, R Y 1 JR, SR BROOKS, R Y 2 JR, SR GEYER, D 17 JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN OPP, M M 4 JR, SR LINCOLN, J R 18 JR, SR ROBINSON, D O ROBINSON, D O 11 JR, SR FANNING, W ROSS, A D 18 WOOD, S A SCHULTZ, F C WOOD, S A CERF, A R 18 13 17 13 JR, SR JR, SR JR, SR JR, SR Note: "Competitive Strategy" 24 08649 08652 08655 08658 08661 08664 08667 08670 08673 08676 08679 08682 08685 08688 08691 08694 08697 08700 08703 08705 08706 08708 P S S P S P S P S P 120A 120A 120A 120B 120B 121 121 122 122 126 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 001 LEC 002 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC MW 1230−2P F 12−2P F 2−4P MW 11−1230P F 2−4P MW 2−330P F 8−930A MW 8−930A F 930−11A TuTh 930−11A F 11−1230P C230 CHEIT C325 CHEIT C325 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C220 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C135 CHEIT C230 CHEIT C135 CHEIT C110 CHEIT C135 CHEIT CANCELLED C220 CHEIT C210 CHEIT C135 CHEIT C230 CHEIT CANCELLED CANCELLED C325 CHEIT C330 CHEIT CANCELLED C230 CHEIT Intermediate Financial Accounting Intermediate Financial Accounting Intermediate Financial Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting Federal Income Tax Accounting Federal Income Tax Accounting Financial Information Analysis Financial Information Analysis Auditing Auditing Special Topics in Accounting Corporate Finance and Financial Statement Analysis Corporate Finance and Financial Statement Analysis Investments Investments Investments Investments Special Topics in Finance Special Topics in Finance 4 STANTON, F V 18 JR, SR 4 STANTON, F V 14 JR, SR Note: All students must put themselves on the wait list. Students must have UBGA 102A completed or in progress Spring or Summer 2009. 4 3 4 CERF, A R STANTON, F V BERDE, S S 15 4 7 JR, SR JR, SR JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: All students must put themselves on the wait list. Students must have UGBA 120A or 120B completed or in progress Spring or Summer 2009. S 126 P 127 P 131 S 131 P 133 S 133 P 133 S 133 P 137 P 137 S 137 P 147 1−4 3 BROOKS, R Y ETTER, S W 18 4 JR, SR Note: "Accounting: Strategic Cost Management" MW 8−930A Th 8−9A TuTh 1230−2P Th 8−9A 3 GONZALES, J J 17 JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: All students must put themselves on the wait list. Students must have UGBA 103 completed or in progress for Spring or Summer 2009. 3 DISTAD, D C 5 Note: All students must put themselves on the wait list. Students must have UGBA 103 completed or in progress for Spring or Summer 2009. MW 11−1230P MW 2−330P 3 3 MAGIN, K A MAGIN, K A 14 15 JR, SR JR, SR Note: "Financial Derivatives" Note: "Portfolio Management" MW 930−11A Special Topics in Finance Special Topics in Manufacturing and Information3 Tec... Management of Human Resources Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Marketing Research: Tools and Techniques for Data C... Integrated Marketing Communication Special Topics in Marketing Special Topics in Marketing Note: "Global Marketing: Cultures and Strategies" 08726 08727 08730 08731 P 167 P 175 P 183 P 187 003 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC M 2−4P TuTh 11−1230P MW 930−11A C325 CHEIT C125 CHEIT CANCELLED C330 CHEIT Special Topics in Marketing Legal Aspects of Management Introduction to Real Estate Finance Special Topics in Real Estate Economics and Finance Communication for Leaders Communication for Leaders Communication for Leaders Communication for Leaders Communication for Leaders Communication for Leaders Communication for Leaders Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility and Consu... Perspectives on Entrepreneurship Perspectives on Entrepreneurship 2 3 3 3 RIELLY, M E ROSS, A D HALL, A HELSLEY, R W 15 9 TBA 13 JR, SR JR, SR JR, SR Note: "Sports Marketing" 3 3 3 3 HENDERSHOTT, T J 13 JR, SR Note: "Analytic Decision Modeling Using Spreadsheets" 08709 08712 08715 08718 P P P P 151 152 152 161 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC W 4−7P M 3−6P M 12−3P TuTh 4−530P 101 WURSTER 101 WURSTER C110 CHEIT C320 CHEIT BANKS, C G DAYONOT, T M NETSCH, L K CHRISTEN, F G 13 8 18 20 JR, SR JR, SR JR, SR Note: All students must put themselves on the wait list. Students must have UGBA 106 completed or in progress for Spring or Summer 2009. 08720 08721 08724 P 165 P 167 P 167 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC TuTh 11−1230P M 4−6P C320 CHEIT C110 CHEIT 3 2 3 FANNING, W PEREZ−REYES, A DAVIS, S A 9 13 TBA JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN JR, SR JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "Sales, Persuasion, and Influence" Note: "Undergraduate Seminar in Urban and Real Estate Economics" 08732 08871 08892 08895 08898 08899 08400 08733 08739 08741 P S S S S S S P 191C 191C 191C 191C 191C 191C 191C 192P 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC M 4−5P F 8−10A F 8−10A F 10−12P F 10−12P F 12−2P F 12−2P C230 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C330 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C320 CHEIT C335 CHEIT C320 CHEIT 2 LUTZ, E 13 JR, SR 3 3 3 MOLLOY, P W WALSKE, J TBA 9 17 JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN JR, SR JR, SR P 195P P 195P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P C110 CHEIT C320 CHEIT 25 08742 08745 08748 08751 08754 08757 08763 08766 08769 08772 08775 P 196 S S S S S P 196 196 196 196 196 196 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC W 2−4P F295 HAAS CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED F295 HAAS C320 CHEIT Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration 2 SELINGER, F 15 JR, SR Note: "Personal Financial Management" W 4−6P W 10−12P 2 2 2 1−4 2 SELINGER, F DWYER, D SILVER, N L WORTHINGTON, C A WORTHINGTON, C A 13 1 TBA TBA TBA JR, SR JR, SR JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "Personal Financial Management" P 196 P 196 P 196 P 196 Note: "Business and Journalism: Why Media Matters to the Bottom Line" Note: "International NGO's" 005 LEC Note: "Improvisation and Leadership" 006 LEC Note: "Improvisation and Leadership" Special Topics in Business Administration Special Topics in Business Administration CELTIC STUDIES Control Number 10253 10256 10259 10262 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P R1A P R1B P 15 P 70 P 98 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−3 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 1−4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 8 20 10 1 NONE MWF 3−4P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 2−330P MWF 10−11A 235 DWINELLE 235 DWINELLE 279 DWINELLE 101 LSA TBA Voices of the Celtic World Voices of the Celtic World Elementary Modern Irish The World of the Celts Directed Group Study THE STAFF THE STAFF O'HARA, E R KLAR, K A Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Celtic R1A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Celtic R1B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. Note: Taught in English. 10274 10277 10279 10280 10283 10286 SEE DEPT P 105A P 138 P 139 P 144A P 146A P 173 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Celtic Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Celtic Studies majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. TuTh 330−5P 6307 DWINELLE Old and Middle Irish 4 MELIA, D F 20 CANCELLED Irish Literature 4 MELIA, D F 7 Note: Taught in English. Readings in English. TuTh 930−11A MWF 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P 182 DWINELLE 6307 DWINELLE 6307 DWINELLE CANCELLED Note: Taught in English. TBA Irish Literature Modern Welsh Level 3 Medieval Welsh Language and Literature Celtic Christianity Honors Course 4 4 4 4 3 MELIA, D F KLAR, K A REJHON, A C KLAR, K A 7 12 9 13 NONE Note: Taught in English. Note: Taught in English. Readings in English. P H195A 1−5 IND SEE DEPT P H195B 1−5 IND Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Celtic Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Celtic Studies majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. TBA Honors Course 3 NONE Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Celtic Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Celtic Studies majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Celtic Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Celtic Studies majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the SEE DEPT P 198 1−5 GRP 26 SEE DEPT P 199 1−5 IND Department Chair must give approval and signature. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Celtic Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Celtic Studies majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Control Number 10403 10406 Course Section Number P 24 P C96 001 SEM 001 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1: PF 1: PF Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA FR Tu 3−4P Note: "Energy" W 4−5P 122 LATIMER 4 LECONTE Freshman Seminars Introduction to Research and Study in the College o... GRAVES, D B SOMORJAI, G A NONE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING &BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Chemistry C96 section 1. 10409 10412 10415 10418 10421 10424 10427 10430 10433 10436 10439 10442 10445 10448 10451 P 98 P 98 P S S S S S S P S S S S P 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 150B 150B 150B 150B 150B 154 001 GRP 002 GRP 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC Directed Group Studies for Lower Division 1−3: PF NONE Undergrad... Directed Group Studies for Lower Division 1−3: PF NONE Undergrad... MWF 8−9A 106 STANLEY Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis 4 RADKE, C J 4 M 11−12P 72 EVANS Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis W 1−2P 72 EVANS Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis W 2−3P 72 EVANS Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis Th 8−9A 72 EVANS Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis F 9−10A 72 EVANS Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis F 4−5P 72 EVANS Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis MWF 8−9A 3 LECONTE Transport and Separation Processes 4 BELL, A T 4 M 5−6P 31 EVANS Transport and Separation Processes Th 2−3P 35 EVANS Transport and Separation Processes Th 3−4P 35 EVANS Transport and Separation Processes F 1−2P 35 EVANS Transport and Separation Processes M 12−1P 310 HEARST MIN Chemical Engineering Laboratory 3 KATZ, A NONE BY CATEGORY Note: ($90 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − All students must attend the first lecture to be considered for enrollment in Chemical Engineering 154. Prerequisites for 154 include Chemical Engineering 141 and 157 and Engineering 190. Also: IGLESIA, E MW 1−5P S1 GILMAN Chemical Engineering Laboratory TuTh 1−5P S1 GILMAN Chemical Engineering Laboratory WF 1−5P S1 GILMAN Chemical Engineering Laboratory NEWMAN, J S Note: Section 103 is for students who have already completed Chemical Engineering 157 by the end of Spring 2009. 10463 10466 10469 10472 10475 10478 10481 10484 10487 10490 10493 10496 10499 10502 10505 10508 10511 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 10585 SEE P S S P S S P S S P S S P P S S S P 160 160 160 160 160 160 162 162 162 170A 170A 170A 176 C178 C178 C178 C178 H194 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 1−39 IND MWF 11−12P Th 1−4P F 1−4P MWF 11−12P Th 1−4P F 1−4P TuTh 930−11A Tu 1−2P W 1−2P MWF 9−10A Tu 8−9A Tu 11−12P TuTh 11−1230P M 2−5P Tu 2−5P W 2−5P 180 TAN 106 LATIMER 106 LATIMER 180 TAN 495 TAN 495 TAN B56 HILDEBRAND 212 WHEELER 212 WHEELER 180 TAN 385 LECONTE 87 EVANS CANCELLED 180 TAN 302 LATIMER 302 LATIMER 302 LATIMER TBA Chemical Process Design Chemical Process Design Chemical Process Design Chemical Process Design Chemical Process Design Chemical Process Design Dynamics and Control of Chemical Processes Dynamics and Control of Chemical Processes Dynamics and Control of Chemical Processes Biochemical Engineering Biochemical Engineering Biochemical Engineering Principles of Electrochemical Processes Polymer Science and Technology Polymer Science and Technology Polymer Science and Technology Polymer Science and Technology Research for Advanced Undergraduates 4 BLANCH, H W 2 10454 10457 10460 S 154 S 154 S 154 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 4 ALESANDRINI, C G 2 4 BALSARA, N P 7 3 CLARK, D S 16 3 3 NEWMAN, J S SEGALMAN, R A 1 9 Note: Cross−listed with Chemistry C178 section 1. 2−3 NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Course control numbers can be obtained from the College of Chemistry Undergraduate Office, 420 Latimer Hall. P 195 P 195 P 195 1−5 IND 007 IND 8−34 IND TBA CANCELLED TBA Special Topics Special Topics Special Topics 2−4 2−4 2−4 NEWMAN, J S TBA 12 TBA CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ 27 DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 196 1−40 IND TBA Special Laboratory Study 2−3 NONE Note: Course control numbers can be obtained from the College of Chemistry Undergraduate Office, 420 Latimer Hall. P 197 041 FLD UNSCHED NOFACILITY Field Study in Chemical Engineering 1−4: PF STRAUSS, H L NONE JR, SR CHEMISTRY Control Number 11003 Course Section Number P 1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 11006 P 1A 002 LEC 11009 P 1A 003 LEC 11012 11030 11048 11066 11084 11102 11120 11141 S S S S S S S S P 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 3A 100 LAB 200 LAB 300 LAB 400 LAB 500 LAB 600 LAB 800 LAB 101 VOL 001 LEC 11147 P 3AL 001 LEC 11150 11153 11156 11159 11162 11165 11168 11171 11174 11177 11180 11183 11186 11189 11192 11195 11198 11201 11204 11207 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3B 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 111 LAB 112 LAB 113 LAB 211 LAB 212 LAB 301 LAB 302 LAB 303 LAB 311 LAB 312 LAB 411 LAB 412 LAB 501 LAB 502 LAB 511 LAB 512 LAB 001 LEC 11210 P 3B 002 LEC MWF 9−10A 1 PIMENTEL General Chemistry 4 STACY, A M 3 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in the lecture and a lab section ($15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change). Wait list if the lab section is full; additional rooms may be opened. Attend the first three lab meetings on time or you may be dropped. Midterm exams are Tuesday, September 15, October 13, and November 10, and Thursday, December 3 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Do not schedule any conflicts with midterms or the final. Send specific enrollment questions to [email protected] After Tuesday, August 25, 2009, enrollments and section changes can be made only through this email address or in person at 211 Latimer Hall. Also: BOERING, K A; MAJDA, M M MWF 11−12P 1 PIMENTEL General Chemistry 4 MAJDA, M M 3 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in the lecture and a lab section ($15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change). Wait list if the lab section is full; additional rooms may be opened. Attend the first three lab meetings on time or you may be dropped. Midterm exams are Tuesday, September 15, October 13, and November 10, and Thursday, December 3 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Do not schedule any conflicts with midterms or the final. Send specific enrollment questions to [email protected] After Tuesday, August 25, 2009, enrollments and section changes can be made only through this email address or in person at 211 Latimer Hall. Also: BOERING, K A; STACY, A M MWF 1−2P 1 PIMENTEL General Chemistry 4 BOERING, K A 3 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in the lecture and a lab section ($15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change). Wait list if the lab section is full; additional rooms may be opened. Attend the first three lab meetings on time or you may be dropped. Midterm exams are Tuesday, September 15, October 13, and November 10, and Thursday, December 3 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Do not schedule any conflicts with midterms or the final. Send specific enrollment questions to [email protected] After Tuesday, August 25, 2009, enrollments and section changes can be made only through this email address or in person at 211 Latimer Hall. Also: STACY, A M; MAJDA, M M M 1−5P 201 LATIMER General Chemistry Tu 8−12P 201 LATIMER General Chemistry Tu 1−5P 201 LATIMER General Chemistry W 1−5P 201 LATIMER General Chemistry Th 8−12P 201 LATIMER General Chemistry Th 1−5P 201 LATIMER General Chemistry F 1−5P 201 LATIMER General Chemistry General Chemistry CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 8−930A 1 PIMENTEL Chemical Structure and Reactivity 3 PEDERSEN, S F 3 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Midterm exams are Monday, October 5 and November 9, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Prerequisite: at least a C− in Chem 1A, or 4 or 5 on the Chem AP test. Students must take Chem 3A either concurrently, or prior to Chem 3AL. If taken concurrently, students may not drop Chem 3A and remain in Chem 3AL. If taken separately, students may not take Chem 3AL before passing Chem 3A with a grade of C− or better. Students enrolled in both courses must attend their Chem 3A lab the first week, or be dropped. Coordinator: [email protected] W 5−6P 1 PIMENTEL Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2 PEDERSEN, S F NONE Note: ($40 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Chem 3AL may be taken concurrently with Chem 3A, or after passing Chem 3A with a grade of C− or better. Tele−BEARS enrollments and adjustments initiated by students after the end of Phase II will not be valid. There will be no switches allowed between labs once you are enrolled. Enrolled students must attend their Chem 3AL lab the first week , or be dropped. Coordinator: [email protected] M 9−1P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN M 9−1P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN M 9−1P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN M 1−5P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN M 1−5P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN M 1−5P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Tu 1−5P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Tu 1−5P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN W 9−1P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN W 9−1P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN W 9−1P 321 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory W 1−5P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN W 1−5P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Th 1−5P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Th 1−5P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN F 9−1P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN F 9−1P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN F 1−5P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN F 1−5P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 8−930A 100 LEWIS Chemical Structure and Reactivity 3 VOLLHARDT, K P 10 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Prerequisite: a C− or higher in Chem 3A or Chem 112A. Midterm exams are on Thursdays, October 1, and November 5, 2009 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Do not schedule any conflicts with midterms or the final. Coordinator: [email protected] TuTh 2−330P 1 PIMENTEL Chemical Structure and Reactivity 3 VOLLHARDT, K P 10 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Prerequisite: a C− or higher in Chem 3A or Chem 112A. Midterm exams are on Thursdays, October 1, and November 5, 2009 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Do not schedule any conflicts with midterms or the final. Coordinator: [email protected] 28 S 3B 11216 P 3BL 102 VOL 001 LEC Chemical Structure and Reactivity Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 11219 P 3BL 002 LEC 11222 11225 11228 11231 11234 11237 11240 11243 11246 11249 11252 11255 11258 11261 11264 11267 11270 11273 11276 11279 11282 11285 11288 11291 11294 11297 11300 11303 11306 11309 11312 11315 11318 11321 11324 11327 11330 11333 11339 11342 11345 11348 SEE DEPT S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S P 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 3BL 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 15 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 111 LAB 112 LAB 113 LAB 201 LAB 202 LAB 203 LAB 204 LAB 211 LAB 212 LAB 301 LAB 302 LAB 303 LAB 311 LAB 312 LAB 401 LAB 402 LAB 403 LAB 411 LAB 412 LAB 501 LAB 502 LAB 503 LAB 511 LAB 512 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 109 LAB 110 LAB 101 VOL 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 SEM 1−5 IND F 5−6P 1 PIMENTEL Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2 LI, C NONE Note: ($40 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Prerequisite: Chem 3AL must be completed with a passing grade of C− or better before taking Chem 3BL. Chem 3BL may be taken concurrently with Chem 3B, or after passing Chem 3B with a grade of C− or better. Attend class the first week and be on time or be dropped. Wait list or else build a schedule around your enrolled lab. Switches are not possible. Tele−BEARS enrollments and adjustments made after the close of Phase II will not be valid. The lab exam is on Tuesday, December 1, 2009, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Coordinator: [email protected] M 3−4P 100 LEWIS Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2 LI, C NONE Note: ($40 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Prerequisite: Chem 3AL must be completed with a passing grade of C− or better before taking Chem 3BL. Chem 3BL may be taken concurrently with Chem 3B, or after passing Chem 3B with a grade of C− or better. Attend class the first week and be on time or be dropped. Wait list or else build a schedule around your enrolled lab. Switches are not possible. Tele−BEARS enrollments and adjustments made after the close of Phase II will not be valid. The lab exam is on Tuesday, December 1, 2009, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Coordinator: [email protected] M 9−1P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory M 9−1P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory M 9−1P 321 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory M 1−5P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory M 1−5P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory M 1−5P 321 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Tu 9−1P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Tu 9−1P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Tu 8−12P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Tu 9−1P 310 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Tu 1−5P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Tu 1−5P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory W 9−1P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory W 9−1P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory W 9−1P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory W 1−5P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory W 1−5P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Th 9−1P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Th 9−1P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Th 9−1P 322 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Th 1−5P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory Th 1−5P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory F 9−1P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory F 9−1P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory F 9−1P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory F 1−5P 224 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory F 1−5P 225 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Laboratory MWF 12−1P 1 PIMENTEL General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis 4 SAYKALLY, R J 3 Note: ($60 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Prerequisite: High school Chemistry and calculus (may be taken concurrently). High school Physics is recommended. Also: HEAD−GORDON, M; LI, C F 2−6P M 2−6P Tu 8−12P Tu 8−12P Tu 1−5P M 1−5P Th 8−12P Th 1−5P F 1−5P Th 10−2P TuTh 11−12P Tu 1−5P W 1−5P Th 4−5P 210 LATIMER 216 LATIMER 216 LATIMER 210 LATIMER 216 LATIMER 210 LATIMER 216 LATIMER 216 LATIMER 216 LATIMER 210 LATIMER 70 EVANS 210 LATIMER 210 LATIMER 122 LATIMER TBA General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry Freshman Seminar CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 3 GROVES, J 9 Note: ($50 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) S 15 S 15 P 24 P 49 1: PF CERNY, J TBA FR Note: "Issues in Nuclear Chemistry" Supplementary Work in Lower Division 1−4 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Chemistry Note: Students must pick up the appropriate form in 420 Latimer Hall, obtain the required signatures, and return the completed form to 420 Latimer Hall. The correct course control number will then be issued to the student. W 4−5P 4 LECONTE Introduction to Research and Study in the 1: PF SOMORJAI, G A NONE BY CATEGORY College o... Note: Cross−listed with Chemical Engineering C96 section 1. 11369 11384 11387 11393 P P P S P 98 103 104A 104A 105 001 GRP 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 VOL 001 LEC Tu 6−730P TuTh 930−11A MW 11−12P B51 HILDEBRAND 106 STANLEY 9 LEWIS Supervised Group Study Inorganic Chemistry in Living Systems Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Instrumental Methods in Analytical Chemistry 1−4: PF SARPONG, R 3 CHANG, C 3 YANG, P 4 WILLIAMS, E NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TBA 7 BY CATEGORY CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 2 BY CATEGORY 11366 P C96 001 SEM 29 Note: ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 11396 11399 11402 11405 11408 11411 S 105 S 105 P 108 S 108 S 108 P 112A 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC MW 1−5P TuTh 1−5P MTu 12−1P 305 LATIMER 305 LATIMER 121 LATIMER Instrumental Methods in Analytical Chemistry Instrumental Methods in Analytical Chemistry Inorganic Synthesis and Reactions 4 ARNOLD, J 18 BY CATEGORY Note: ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Attendance at the first assigned lab is mandatory. Students must check for course information/notices outside 302 Latimer the first day of classes. MW 1−5P 302 LATIMER Inorganic Synthesis and Reactions TuTh 1−5P 302 LATIMER Inorganic Synthesis and Reactions CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 8−930A 2050 VALLEY LSB Organic Chemistry 5 ELLMAN, J A 11 BY CATEGORY Note: College of Chemistry majors may enroll in the lecture, demonstration and lab ($45 Course Materials Fee − subject to change). Others may put themselves on the wait list and will be enrolled gradually. We hope to accommodate all. You must attend your lab the first week, or lose your locker. If you've passed the lab before, put yourself on the wait list for section 600/601. After Tele−BEARS Phase II, enrollment issues will be handled in the first week's demonstrations. Coordinator: [email protected] Tu 5−6P 100 LEWIS Organic Chemistry ELLMAN, J A Tu 12−5P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry W 1−6P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Th 1−6P 320 LATIMER Organic Chemistry F 1−6P 321 LATIMER Organic Chemistry Organic Chemistry LI, C CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Organic Chemistry LI, C CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 8−930A 105 LATIMER Advanced Mechanistic Organic Chemistry 3 VIERNES, N L 11 M 1−2P 425 LATIMER Organic Chemistry−−Advanced Laboratory 4 VIERNES, N L NONE BY CATEGORY Methods Note: ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 11456 11459 S 115 P 120A S S P S P 120A 120A 120B 120B 125 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 VOL 102 VOL 001 LEC 101 VOL 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC TuTh 1−6P MWF 10−11A 302 LATIMER 120 LATIMER Organic Chemistry−−Advanced Laboratory Methods Physical Chemistry Physical Chemistry Physical Chemistry Physical Chemistry Physical Chemistry Physical Chemistry Laboratory 11414 11417 11423 11429 11435 11450 11453 S S S S S S S P P 112A 112A 112A 112A 112A 112A 112A 113 115 101 DIS 201 LAB 301 LAB 401 LAB 501 LAB 101 VOL 102 VOL 001 LEC 001 LEC 3 LESTER, W A 1 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Chemistry 120A is for both Chemistry and Chemical Biology majors. 11471 11477 11480 11483 11486 MWF 8−9A W 12−1P Tu 1−6P W 1−6P TuTh 930−11A 120 LATIMER 433 LATIMER 301 LATIMER 301 LATIMER 10 EVANS 3 3 CHANDLER, D HARRIS, C B 4 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 18 Note: ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) S 125 S 125 P C130 Physical Chemistry Laboratory Physical Chemistry Laboratory Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and 4 the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Chemical Biology Nuclear Chemistry Nuclear Chemistry Supplementary Work in Upper Division Chemistry Polymer Science and Technology Polymer Science and Technology Polymer Science and Technology WEMMER, D E 7 Note: Cross−listed with Molecular and Cell Biology C100A section 1. Also: KURIYAN, J 11489 11492 11495 11498 11501 11504 11507 11510 11513 11516 11519 11522 SEE DEPT 11531 11534 11537 S C130 S C130 S C130 S C130 S C130 S C130 S C130 S C130 S C130 S C130 P P S P 135 143 143 149 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 VOL 001 IND 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB F 8−9A F 1−2P F 9−10A F 10−11A F 10−11A F 11−12P F 4−5P F 1−2P F 11−12P F 2−3P MWF 9−10A MW 11−12P M 8−9A TuTh 11−1230P M 2−5P Tu 2−5P 105 LATIMER 105 LATIMER 105 LATIMER 9 EVANS 105 LATIMER 3 EVANS 105 LATIMER 3 EVANS 105 LATIMER 105 LATIMER 120 LATIMER B56 HILDEBRAND 425 LATIMER 180 TAN 302 LATIMER 302 LATIMER KRANTZ, B A 3 2 1−4 3 FRANCIS, M B CERNY, J ELLMAN, J A SEGALMAN, R A SEGALMAN, R A SEGALMAN, R A 16 2 4 9 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ P C178 S C178 S C178 Note: Cross−listed with Chemical Engineering C178 section 1. 30 11540 11543 11546 SEE DEPT S C178 P C191 S C191 P 192 103 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 1−61 IND W 2−5P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 4−5P 302 LATIMER 180 TAN 9 LEWIS TBA Polymer Science and Technology Quantum Information Science and Technology 3 Quantum Information Science and Technology Individual Study for Advanced Undergraduates 1−3 SEGALMAN, R A WHALEY, K B WHALEY, K B 17 Note: Cross−listed with Computer Science C191 section 1 and Physics C191 section 1. NONE SEE DEPT P H194 1−67 IND Note: Students must pick up the appropriate form in 420 Latimer Hall, obtain the required signatures, and return the completed form to 420 Latimer Hall. The correct course control number will then be issued to the student. TBA Research for Advanced Undergraduates 2−4 NONE Note: Students must pick up the appropriate form in 420 Latimer Hall, obtain the required signatures, and return the completed form to 420 Latimer Hall. The correct course control number will then be issued to the student. Special Topics 3 CHANG, M C TBA Special Topics 3 TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TBA Special Laboratory Study 2−4 NONE Note: Students must pick up the appropriate form in 420 Latimer Hall, obtain the required signatures, and return the completed form to 420 Latimer Hall. The correct course control number will then be issued to the student. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Students must pick up the appropriate form in 420 Latimer Hall, obtain the required signatures, and return the completed form to 420 Latimer Hall. The correct course control number will then be issued to the student. 11932 13094 SEE DEPT P 195 P 195 P 196 001 LEC 002 LEC 1−66 IND SEE DEPT P 199 1−62 IND CHICANO STUDIES Control Number 13103 13106 13109 13112 13115 13118 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 24 P S S S S P 50 50 50 50 50 97 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 1−13 FLD Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1: PF 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA 18 FR BY CATEGORY Th 1230−2P MWF 12−1P Tu 12−1P W 2−3P M 3−4P M 1−2P 175 BARROWS 120 LATIMER 175 BARROWS 242 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE TBA Freshman Seminar Introduction to Chicano History Introduction to Chicano History Introduction to Chicano History Introduction to Chicano History Introduction to Chicano History Field Study in Chicano Studies MUNOZ, C SARAGOZA, A M THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF Note: "The Chicano Civil Rights Movement" 1−3 NONE FR, SO & BY CATEGORY SEE DEPT P 98 1−10 GRP Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano 97 see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Group Study 1−3 NONE FR, SO Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano 98 see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE FR, SO ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano 99 see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. MWF 1−2P 136 BARROWS Latina/o Philosophy and Religious Thought 4 MALDONADO TORRES, 12 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY M 11−12P 175 BARROWS Latina/o Philosophy and Religious Thought THE STAFF TuTh 11−1230P 174 BARROWS Mexican and Chicano Art History 3 RODRIGUEZ, C H 9 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Tu 5−8P 155 KROEBER Latino Narrative Film: to the 1980s 4 TELLES, R 14 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY W 3−4P 179 STANLEY Latino Narrative Film: to the 1980s THE STAFF W 5−6P 121 WHEELER Latino Narrative Film: to the 1980s THE STAFF TuTh 330−5P 246 DWINELLE Chicana Feminist Writers and Discourse 4 THE STAFF 20 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY MWF 10−11A 151 BARROWS History of the Southwest: Mexican−United 4 MONTEJANO, D 1 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY States War... M 3−6P 20 WHEELER Central American Peoples and Cultures 4 THE STAFF 8 Tu 4−7P 79 DWINELLE Caribbean Migration to Western Europe and the 4 GROSFOGUEL, R 20 SO, JR, SR Unite... M 2−5P 136 BARROWS Chicanos and the Educational System 4 GUERRERO, B 15 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Th 3−6P 104 BARROWS Topics in Chicano Studies 3 RODRIGUEZ, C H 20 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY TBA Honors Thesis 3 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano H195A see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Honors Thesis 3 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ SEE DEPT P 99 1−9 IND 13214 13217 13220 13223 13232 13235 13238 13241 13244 13247 SEE DEPT P S P P S S P P 110 110 130 135A 135A 135A 141 150B 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 VOL 102 VOL 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM P 161 P 163 P 172 001 LEC P 180 001 LEC P H195A 1−4 IND SEE DEPT P H195B 1−4 IND 31 SEE DEPT P 197 1−13 IND Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano H195B see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Field Work in Chicano Studies 1−3 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano 197 see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Directed Group Study 1−3 NONE JR, SR Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano 198 see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: For major or minor information, and instructions for Chicano 199 see Undergraduate Advisor Laura Jimenez−Olvera, 532 Barrows Hall, (510)642−0243. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. SEE DEPT P 198 1−9 GRP SEE DEPT P 199 1−11 IND CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING Control Number 13412 13415 13418 13421 13424 13427 13430 13433 Course Section Number P S S S S P P P 110 110 110 110 110 112A 113A C114 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 15 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY MW 2−3P F 1−2P F 1−2P F 1−2P F 11−12P M 3−6P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P 112 WURSTER 214B WURSTER 314B WURSTER 106 WURSTER 214B WURSTER 145 MCCONE 102 WURSTER 155 DONNER LAB Introduction to City Planning Introduction to City Planning Introduction to City Planning Introduction to City Planning Introduction to City Planning The Idea of Planning Economic Analysis for Planning Introduction to Urban and Regional Transportation P... Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization in Developing Countries The Urban Community THE STAFF 3 3 3 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 8 7 17 BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Civil and Environmental Engineering C154 section 1. 13436 13439 13442 13445 13448 13451 13454 13457 13460 13463 13466 13469 13472 13475 13478 13481 13484 13487 13490 13493 13496 13499 13502 13505 13508 13511 13514 P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 118AC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS 119 DIS 120 DIS 121 DIS 122 DIS 123 DIS 124 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 2−330P M 3−4P M 4−5P Tu 1−2P W 1−2P W 3−4P W 4−5P M 2−3P M 3−4P M 3−4P M 4−5P M 3−4P W 1−2P W 3−4P W 4−5P F 10−11A F 11−12P Tu 10−11A Th 11−12P F 9−10A F 11−12P Th 1−2P Th 10−11A Tu 11−12P M 1−2P M 4−7P F 10−1P WHEELER AUD 174 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 156 DWINELLE 136 BARROWS 185 BARROWS 106 WURSTER 229 DWINELLE 175 BARROWS 283 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 214B WURSTER 151 BARROWS 30 WHEELER 136 BARROWS 121 WHEELER 101 WHEELER 106 WHEELER 385 LECONTE 105 DWINELLE 121 WHEELER 101 WHEELER 30 WHEELER 214B WURSTER 106 WURSTER 4 ROY, A 5 BY CATEGORY 4 BLAUSTEIN, A I MACDONALD, E S 13 1 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY UG & BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; P 140 Urban Design: City−Building and Place−Making 3 CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 32 13903 13906 13909 13912 13915 13918 13921 13924 13927 13930 13933 13936 13939 13942 P C30 S C30 P C30 S C30 P 60 S 60 S 60 S 60 P S S S S P 70 70 70 70 70 92 001 LEC 101 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC MWF 10−11A W 5−6P MWF 1−2P M 5−6P TuTh 11−12P M 2−5P Tu 2−5P Th 2−5P TuTh 1230−2P M 5−7P Tu 5−7P W 2−4P W 12−1P 102 MOFFITT 3106 ETCHEVERRY 60 EVANS 502 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 243 DAVIS 243 DAVIS 243 DAVIS 60 EVANS 544 DAVIS 544 DAVIS 534 DAVIS CANCELLED 534 DAVIS Introduction to Solid Mechanics Introduction to Solid Mechanics Introduction to Solid Mechanics Introduction to Solid Mechanics Structure and Properties of Civil Engineering Mater... Structure and Properties of Civil Engineering Mater... Structure and Properties of Civil Engineering Mater... Structure and Properties of Civil Engineering Mater... Engineering Geology Engineering Geology Engineering Geology Engineering Geology Engineering Geology Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering Engineering Data Analysis Engineering Data Analysis Engineering Data Analysis Engineering Data Analysis Supervised Group Study and Research 3 STEIGMANN, D J 1 Note: Cross−listed with Mechanical Engineering C85 section 1. 3 ARMERO, F 12 Note: Cross−listed with Mechanical Engineering C85 section 2. 3 MONTEIRO, P J THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 3 THE STAFF 17 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF PESTANA−NASCIMENTO NONE 9 1: PF Note: Students should try to be available on Wednesdays from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. to be able to attend lunch with engineering professionals. 13945 13948 13951 13954 SEE DEPT 13972 13975 13978 13981 13984 13987 13990 13993 13999 14005 14008 14011 14014 14017 14020 14023 14026 14029 14032 14035 14038 14041 14047 14050 14053 14056 14059 14062 14065 14068 14071 14074 14077 P S S S P P S S S S P P P S P S P S P S P S P P S S P P S P P 93 93 93 93 98 100 100 100 100 100 101 108 111 111 115 115 120 120 122 122 123 123 124 130 130 130 131 153 153 167 169A 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 1−5 GRP 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 SUP 001 LEC 101 SUP 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P M 4−5P MWF 9−10A M 2−5P TuTh 8−930A TuTh 8−9A TuTh 9−10A W 1−3P W 3−5P W 5−7P 101 MOFFITT 345 DAVIS 345 DAVIS 345 DAVIS TBA 2 LECONTE 212 OBRIEN 212 OBRIEN 212 OBRIEN 212 OBRIEN 406 DAVIS 544 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 534 DAVIS 534 DAVIS 534 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 534 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 534 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 534 DAVIS 277 CORY 502 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 502 DAVIS 9 EVANS 345 DAVIS 141 MCCONE CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED 289 CORY 406 DAVIS 212 OBRIEN 406 DAVIS 406 DAVIS 406 DAVIS 544 DAVIS 3 HANSEN, M THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 7 1−3 CHOW, F K THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF VARIANO, E A HARLEY, R A NELSON, K L THE STAFF SEDLAK, D L THE STAFF ASTANEH−ASL, A THE STAFF STOJADINOVIC, B THE STAFF MOEHLE, J P THE STAFF THE STAFF LI, S THE STAFF THE STAFF LI, S THE STAFF THE STAFF IBBS, C W TOMMELEIN, I D TOMMELEIN, I D TOMMELEIN, I D GLASER, S D RUBIN, Y N THE STAFF SEED, R B SEED, R B THE STAFF BAYEN, A M NONE 1 BY CATEGORY MWF 10−11A M 3−4P M 5−6P W 3−4P W 5−6P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 930−11A MWF 11−12P M 12−1P TuTh 11−1230P W 4−5P MW 8−9A Tu 2−5P MW 1−2P Th 2−5P MW 11−12P W 2−5P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 12−1P Tu 5−6P W 5−6P MWF 9−10A TuTh 11−12P Tu 2−5P TuTh 11−1230P P 169B P 169C P P S P 171 173 173 175 S 175 P 177 P 191 Elementary Fluid Mechanics 4 Elementary Fluid Mechanics Elementary Fluid Mechanics Elementary Fluid Mechanics Elementary Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics of Rivers, Streams, and 3 Wetlands Air Pollutant Emissions and Control 3 Environmental Engineering 3 Environmental Engineering Water Chemistry 3 Water Chemistry Structural Engineering 3 Structural Engineering Design of Steel Structures 3 Design of Steel Structures Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures 3 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures Structural Design in Timber 3 Mechanics of Materials I 3 Mechanics of Materials I Mechanics of Materials I Advanced Mechanics of Materials 3 Transportation Facility Design 3 Transportation Facility Design Engineering Project Management 3 Web−Based Systems for Engineering and 1 Management Database Systems for Engineering and 1 Management Visualization and Simulation for Engineering and1 Ma... Introduction to Geological Engineering 3 Groundwater and Seepage 3 Groundwater and Seepage Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental 3 Engineering Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering Foundation Engineering Design 3 Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems 3 Analysi... 20 7 2 9 4 6 10 17 18 16 9 9 NONE NONE NONE NONE 17 16 11 11 33 14080 14083 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S 191 P 193 S 193 P H194 P 198 P 199 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 SUP 1−5 IND 1−5 GRP 1−10 IND Th 2−5P TuTh 2−330P 345 DAVIS 406 DAVIS CANCELLED TBA TBA TBA Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems Analysi... Engineering Risk Analysis Engineering Risk Analysis Honors Undergraduate Research Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study THE STAFF 3 3−4 1−4 1−4 CHOPRA, A K THE STAFF 5 TBA NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: Please see the Undergraduate Assistant in 750 Davis Hall for enrollment information. CLASSICS Control Number 14703 14706 14709 14712 14715 14718 14721 14724 14727 14730 14733 14736 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 14754 14757 14760 14763 14766 14769 14772 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT Course Section Number P S S S S S S P P P P P P 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 17A 24 24 24 34 98 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 SEM 002 SEM 003 SEM 001 LEC 001 GRP 001 IND 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 IND 001 GRP 001 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 1 MWF 10−11A Th 8−9A Th 4−5P Th 5−6P F 4−5P F 1−2P F 3−4P MWF 1−2P M 3−4P W 3−4P F 1−2P MW 4−530P 145 DWINELLE 255 DWINELLE 259 DWINELLE 206 DWINELLE 206 DWINELLE 258 DWINELLE 283 DWINELLE 106 MOFFITT 175 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE P 99 P S S S S P P P 121 121 121 121 121 130 163 H195 UNSCHED NOFACILITY TuTh 330−5P M 4−5P Tu 1−2P W 5−6P Th 1−2P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P 180 TAN 235 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 225 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE 105 DWINELLE UNSCHED NOFACILITY Introduction to Greek Civilization Introduction to Greek Civilization Introduction to Greek Civilization Introduction to Greek Civilization Introduction to Greek Civilization Introduction to Greek Civilization Introduction to Greek Civilization Introduction to the Archaeology of the Greek World Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Epic Poetry: Homer and Vergil Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores Supervised Independent Study and Research Ancient Religion Ancient Religion Ancient Religion Ancient Religion Ancient Religion Topics in Ancient Greek and Roman Culture Topics in Greek Philosophy Honors Course in Classical Civilization Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study and Research 4 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 4 1−4: PF GRIFFITH, M THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF GRIFFITH, M BULLOCH, A W MCCARTHY, K THE STAFF GRIFFITH, M 12 TBA FR TBA FR TBA FR 13 NONE NONE 20 1−4: PF THE STAFF 4 BULLOCH, A W THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF FURIYA, S LONG, A A HALLETT, C H 4 4 4 7 9 NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR P 198 P 199 1−4: PF GRIFFITH, M 1−4: PF THE STAFF UNSCHED NOFACILITY GREEK Control Number 15203 15206 15209 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 15224 15227 15230 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P P P P 1 1 40 98 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 GRP 001 IND 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 1−4: PF Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 10 14 NONE NONE 16 18 17 NONE MWF 9−10A MWF 1−2P TuTh 5−630P 321 HAVILAND 54 BARROWS 235 DWINELLE UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY P 99 P P P P 100 102 117 H195 Elementary Greek Elementary Greek Intermediate Greek Prose Composition Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores Supervised Independent Study and Research Plato and Attic Prose Drama and Society Hellenistic Poets Honors Course in Greek PAPAZARKADAS, N THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 1−4: PF THE STAFF 4 4 4 4 SAILOR, D GRIFFITH, M FURIYA, S GRIFFITH, M MWF 9−10A MWF 12−1P TuTh 1230−2P 234 DWINELLE 206 WHEELER 109 WHEELER UNSCHED NOFACILITY 34 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 198 P 199 001 GRP 001 IND UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4: PF GRIFFITH, M 1−4: PF PAPAZARKADAS, N NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR LATIN Control Number 15603 15606 15609 15612 15615 15618 15621 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 15636 15639 15642 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT Course Section Number P P P P P P P P 1 1 1 1 2 2 10 98 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 GRP 001 IND 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 IND 001 GRP 001 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 1−4: PF Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 10 10 10 16 18 TBA NONE NONE 8 2 5 NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR MTuWTh 8−9A MTuWTh 9−10A MTuWTh 12−1P MTuWTh 5−6P MTuWTh 9−10A MTuWTh 12−1P 78 BARROWS 54 BARROWS 2062 VALLEY LSB 106 DWINELLE 31 EVANS 204 DWINELLE UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY P 99 P P P P 100 101 115 H195 Elementary Latin Elementary Latin Elementary Latin Elementary Latin Elementary Latin Elementary Latin Intensive Elementary Latin Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores Supervised Independent Study and Research Republican Prose Vergil Roman Drama Honors Course in Latin Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study and Research THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 1−4: PF THE STAFF 4 4 4 4 BEZNER, F OLIENSIS, E S BETTINI, M THE STAFF MWF 3−4P MWF 11−12P TuTh 2−330P 106 DWINELLE 106 DWINELLE 31 EVANS UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY P 198 P 199 1−4: PF THE STAFF 1−4: PF OLIENSIS, E S COGNITIVE SCIENCE Control Number 16003 16006 16009 16012 16015 16018 16021 16024 16027 16030 16033 16036 16039 16042 16045 16048 16051 16054 16057 16060 16063 16066 Course Section Number P C1 S S S S S S P S S S S S S P S S S P C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C100 C100 C100 C100 C100 C100 C100 C104 C104 C104 C104 C127 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 5 TuTh 2−330P M 8−10A Tu 8−10A W 10−12P Th 2−4P F 12−2P F 2−4P MW 11−12P 390 HEARST MIN 51 EVANS 55 EVANS 35 EVANS 61 EVANS 55 EVANS 35 EVANS 101 MORGAN Introduction to Cognitive Science Introduction to Cognitive Science Introduction to Cognitive Science Introduction to Cognitive Science Introduction to Cognitive Science Introduction to Cognitive Science Introduction to Cognitive Science Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition The Mind, Language, and Politics The Mind, Language, and Politics The Mind, Language, and Politics The Mind, Language, and Politics Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience GRIFFITHS, T Note: Cross−listed with Education C1 section 1. 3 LOMBROZO, T 2 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Psychology C120 section 1. TuTh 330−5P M 1−2P M 2−3P M 3−4P MW 12−1P 100 WHEELER 175 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 180 BARROWS 4 LECONTE 4 LAKOFF, G P NONE Note: Cross−listed with Linguistics C104 section 1. 3 IVRY, R 18 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Psychology C127 section 1. S C127 S C127 S C127 35 16069 16072 16075 16078 S S S P C127 C127 C127 C147 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC TuTh 930−11A 213 WHEELER Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Language Disorders 3 GAHL, S 7 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Linguistics C147 section 1. COLLEGE WRITING PROGRAM Control Number 16403 Course Section Number P1 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 16406 P1 002 LEC 16409 16412 P1 P R1A 003 LEC 001 LEC 16415 P R1A 002 LEC 16418 P R1A 003 LEC 16421 P R1A 004 LEC 16424 P R1A 005 LEC 16427 P R1A 006 LEC 16430 P R1A 007 LEC 16433 P R1A 008 LEC 16436 P R1A 009 LEC 16439 P R1A 010 LEC M 10−12P 224 WHEELER Grammar and Vocabulary of Written English 2: PF THE STAFF 1 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an optional course in academic English, vocabulary development, usage, and editing skills for non−native speakers of English. It does not satisfy the Entry Level Writing requirement (formerly known as the Subject A requirement). W 2−4P 283 DWINELLE Grammar and Vocabulary of Written English 2: PF THE STAFF 15 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an optional course in academic English, vocabulary development, usage, and editing skills for non−native speakers of English. It does not satisfy the Entry Level Writing requirement (formerly known as the Subject A requirement). Grammar and Vocabulary of Written English 2: PF THE STAFF TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN MWF 8−10A 262 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 8−10A 189 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 10−12P 189 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 10−12P 262 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 10−12P 175 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 10−12P 233 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment in this section is limited to students whose first or primary language is not English. Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Exam (formerly known as Subject A Exam). Students who have not taken the exam should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs office, 112 Wheeler, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. 36 16442 P R1A 011 LEC 16445 P R1A 012 LEC 16448 P R1A 013 LEC 16451 P R1A 014 LEC 16454 P R1A 015 LEC 16457 P R1A 016 LEC 16460 P R1A 017 LEC 16463 P R1A 018 LEC 16466 P R1A 019 LEC 16469 P R1A 020 LEC 16472 P R1A 021 LEC 16475 P R1A 022 LEC 16478 P R1A 023 LEC 16481 P R1A 024 LEC 16484 P R1A 025 LEC MWF 12−2P 225 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 12−2P 223 WHEELER Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment in this section is limited to students whose first or primary language is not English. Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Exam (formerly known as Subject A Exam). Students who have not taken the exam should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs office, 112 Wheeler, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 12−2P 233 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 12−2P 224 WHEELER Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. TuTh 9−12P L13 UNIT I CHRST Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. TuTh 9−12P L15 UNIT III DIN Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. TuTh 9−12P L6 UNIT II TOWL Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MW 9−12P L13 UNIT I CHRST Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MW 9−12P L6 UNIT II TOWL Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MW 9−12P L15 UNIT III DIN Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. TuTh 2−5P 211 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. TuTh 2−5P 233 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MW 2−5P 224 WHEELER Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MW 3−6P 254 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. TuTh 3−6P 262 DWINELLE Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY 37 16487 P R1A 026 LEC 16490 P R1A 027 LEC 16493 16496 P R1A P R1A 028 LEC 029 LEC Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. TuTh 9−12P L7 UNIT I CHRST Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 2−4P 221 WHEELER Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 2−4P 214 HAVILAND Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; MW 3−6P 14 HAVILAND Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment in this section is limited to students whose first or primary language is not English. Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Exam (formerly known as Subject A Exam). Students who have not taken the exam should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs office, 112 Wheeler, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. Accelerated Reading and Composition 6 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; SATISFIES ENTRY LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have already taken the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (formerly known as Subject A Examination). Students who have not taken the examination should do so on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in 155 Dwinelle. Results will be available in the College Writing Programs main office, 112 Wheeler Hall, approximately three weeks after the exam is administered. Students taking the exam at that time will not be eligible to enroll in College Writing R1A, or any other Reading and Composition courses, until Spring 2010. MWF 10−11A 206 WHEELER Reading, Composition, and Research 4 THE STAFF 1 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have satisfied the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement. This course satisfies the second half of the Reading and Composition requirement. MWF 1−2P 221 WHEELER Reading, Composition, and Research 4 THE STAFF 12 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have satisfied the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement. This course 16499 P R1A 030 LEC 16502 P R1A 031 LEC 16505 P R1A 033 LEC 16508 P R1A 034 LEC 16511 P R1A 035 LEC 16514 P R1A 036 LEC 16517 P R1A 037 LEC 16520 P R1A 038 LEC 16523 P R1A 039 LEC 16535 P R4B 001 SEM 16538 P R4B 002 SEM 38 16541 16544 P R4B P R4B 003 SEM 004 SEM satisfies the second half of the Reading and Composition requirement. TuTh 930−11A 242 DWINELLE Reading, Composition, and Research Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 4 THE STAFF 7 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 16547 P R4B 005 SEM 16550 P R4B 006 SEM 16553 P R4B 007 SEM 16556 16559 16562 16571 16574 16577 P P P P P P 10A 10A 10A 108 110 151 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 930−11A 206 WHEELER Reading, Composition, and Research 4 THE STAFF 7 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have satisfied the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement. This course satisfies the second half of the Reading and Composition requirement. TuTh 1230−2P 223 WHEELER Reading, Composition, and Research 4 THE STAFF 17 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have satisfied the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement. This course satisfies the second half of the Reading and Composition requirement. TuTh 2−330P 221 WHEELER Reading, Composition, and Research 4 THE STAFF 5 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have satisfied the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement. This course satisfies the second half of the Reading and Composition requirement. TuTh 2−330P 109 WHEELER Reading, Composition, and Research 4 THE STAFF 5 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Enrollment by Tele−BEARS is restricted to students who have satisfied the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement. This course satisfies the second half of the Reading and Composition requirement. TuTh 930−11A 221 WHEELER Introduction to Public Speaking 3 THE STAFF 7 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN MWF 1−2P 206 WHEELER Introduction to Public Speaking 3 THE STAFF 12 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Introduction to Public Speaking 3 THE STAFF TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 330−5P 203 WHEELER Advanced Composition: New Technologies 4 THE STAFF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 2−330P 20 WHEELER Advanced Composition: Challenging Writing 4 THE STAFF NONE BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN MWF 11−12P 101 WHEELER Introduction to Principles of Professional 3 COLE, C 2 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Communic... COMPARATIVE LITERATURE Control Number 17203 Course Section Number P R1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TuTh 8−930A 17206 P R1A 002 LEC 17209 P R1A 003 LEC 17212 P R1A 004 LEC 17215 P R1A 005 LEC 17218 P R1B 001 LEC 17221 P R1B 002 LEC 17224 P R1B 003 LEC English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 930−11A 109 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 11−1230P 122 WHEELER English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. MWF 10−11A 109 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 8−930A 215 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 930−11A 209 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. 109 DWINELLE 39 17227 P R1B 004 LEC MWF 10−11A 17230 P R1B 005 LEC 17233 P R1B 006 LEC 17236 P R1B 007 LEC 17239 P R1B 008 LEC 17242 P R1B 009 LEC 17245 P R1B 010 LEC 17248 P R1B 011 LEC 17251 P R1B 012 LEC 17254 P R1B 013 LEC 17257 P R1B 014 LEC 17260 P R1B 015 LEC 17263 P R1B 016 LEC 17269 17272 17275 17278 17281 P 20 S S S S 20 20 20 20 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 215 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 8−930A 209 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. MWF 11−12P 30 WHEELER English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 930−11A 30 WHEELER English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 11−1230P 123 WHEELER English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 8−930A 233 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 330−5P 103 WHEELER English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 930−11A 229 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. MW 4−530P 223 WHEELER English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. TuTh 930−11A 223 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. English Composition in Connection with the 4 19 BY CATEGORY Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Attendance is mandatory the first two weeks of classes, this includes all enrolled and wait listed students. If you do not attend all classes the first two weeks you may be dropped. If you are attempting to add into this class during weeks 1 and 2 and did not attend the first day, you will be expected to attend all class meetings thereafter and, if space permits, you may be enrolled from the wait list. MWF 10−11A 126 BARROWS Episodes in Literary Cultures 4 HAMPTON, T 1 Note: "Shakespeare in the World" M 3−4P Th 2−3P W 4−5P F 2−3P 109 WHEELER 187 DWINELLE 50 BARROWS 103 WHEELER Episodes in Literary Cultures Episodes in Literary Cultures Episodes in Literary Cultures Episodes in Literary Cultures 40 17290 17293 17296 17299 17302 17305 SEE DEPT 17311 17314 17317 17329 17332 17335 17338 17341 SEE DEPT 17350 SEE DEPT P P P P 24 41C 41D 60AC 003 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 930−11A TuTh 930−11A 20 WHEELER 24 WHEELER Freshman Seminar Forms of the Novel Forms of the Drama Topics in the Literature of American Cultures Topics in the Literature of American Cultures 1 4 4 4 4 1−4: PF KOTZAMANIDOU, M 1−4: PF 4 4 4 4 4 1−4 1−4 4 1−4 KAUFMAN, R G KURKE, L V KOTZAMANIDOU, M BERNSTEIN, M A TBA 7 TBA 7 TBA NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT P 60AC 002 LEC P 98 P 98 P 100 P 100 P 112A P 155 P 155 P 170 P 170 P 190 P H195 P 198 P 199 001 IND 002 IND 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 IND 001 GRP 1−7 IND TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 12−1P TuTh 11−1230P Note: "Modernism" TuTh 330−5P F 2−5P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 930−11A 106 WHEELER 125 DWINELLE 251 DWINELLE 262 DWINELLE UNSCHED NOFACILITY The Modern Period Special Topics in Comparative Literature Special Topics in Comparative Literature Senior Seminar in Comparative Literature Honors Course Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research KOTZAMANIDOU, M KAUFMAN, R G KAHN, V VOLPP, S Y 20 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE SO, JR, SR & L &S NONE SO, JR, SR & L &S 7 JR, SR & L &S 215 DWINELLE 221 WHEELER 211 DWINELLE 20 WHEELER Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores Introduction to Comparative Literature Introduction to Comparative Literature Modern Greek Language and Modern Greek Composition The Modern Period NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 9 17 18 9 SO, JR, SR & L &S SO, JR, SR & L &S Note: "American Poetry's Ethical−Political Dilemmas Since 1950: Some Comparatist Perspectives" Note: "Modern Greek Literature in the Original" Note: "Literary Theory, Criticism and Aesthetics since Plato" Note: "Shakespeare, Benjamin, and Brecht" NONE COMP LITERATURE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TBA 1−4: PF KOTZAMANIDOU, M 1−4 DEMOGRAPHY Control Number 18203 18206 18209 18212 18215 18218 18221 18224 18227 18230 Course Section Number P S S P S S S S P P 110 110 110 C126 C126 C126 C126 C126 198 199 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 GRP 001 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 7 BY CATEGORY TuTh 930−11A M 4−5P M 3−4P TuTh 2−330P Th 4−5P M 4−5P Th 1030−1130A W 2−3P 220 WHEELER 100 2232 PIEDMNT 100 2232 PIEDMNT 210 WHEELER 202 WHEELER 100 2232 PIEDMNT 100 2232 PIEDMNT 100 2232 PIEDMNT CANCELLED Introduction to Population Analysis 3 Introduction to Population Analysis Introduction to Population Analysis Social Consequences of Population Dynamics 4 CHUNG, R E WILMOTH, J R 5 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Sociology C126 section 1. Social Consequences of Population Dynamics Social Consequences of Population Dynamics Social Consequences of Population Dynamics Social Consequences of Population Dynamics Directed Group Study 1−4: PF Supervised Independent Study 1−4: PF JOHNSON−HANKS, J NONE JR, SR NONE DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Control Number 18603 18606 18609 18612 18615 Course Section Number P C10 S S S S C10 C10 C10 C10 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 17 FR, SO & BY CATEGORY TuTh 1230−2P W 3−4P W 11−12P F 9−10A W 11−12P 2040 VALLEY LSB 20 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 24 WHEELER Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development WATTS, M J Note: Open to all freshman, sophomore and transfer students. Cross−listed with Geography C32 section 1. 41 18618 18621 18624 18627 S S S S C10 C10 C10 C10 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS M 9−10A F 10−11A M 8−9A M 2−3P 24 WHEELER 224 WHEELER 35 EVANS 35 EVANS Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE Control Number 19003 19006 19008 19009 Course Section Number P8 P 20 P C20 P 39A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 3 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 15 TBA TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN MWF 2−3P 100 LEWIS Geologic Record of Climate Change Earthquakes in Your Backyard Earthquakes in Your Backyard BERRY, W B ALLEN, R M Note: Wait list will close at the end of the second week of classes. Students remaining on the wait list at that time will be dropped. Note: Wait list will close at the end of the second week of classes. Students remaining on the wait list at that time will be dropped. Note: Cross−listed with Letters and Science C70Y section 1. MW 4−5P 265 MCCONE Freshman/Sophomore Seminar 2−4 DEPAOLO, D J TBA FR & BY CATEGORY Note: "Geological Influences in California Society Today" ($152−$200 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Attendance at initial six lectures is mandatory. Course requires one 4−day field trip. Enrollment is limited to freshmen. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Freshman/Sophomore Seminar DEPAOLO, D J TuTh 11−1230P 150 GSPP The Planet Earth 4 DREGER, D S 9 BY CATEGORY Note: ($26−$62 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Wait list will close at the end of the second week of classes. Students remaining on the wait list at that time will be dropped. 19018 19021 19024 19027 19030 19033 19036 19039 19042 19045 S S S S P 50 50 50 50 C82 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 001 LEC 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC Tu 1−4P W 10−1P Th 8−11A F 9−12P MW 1−2P Th 11−1P MW 1−2P MW 2−4P MW 2−4P TuTh 11−12P 365 MCCONE 265 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 265 MCCONE 155 DWINELLE 365 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 325 MCCONE The Planet Earth The Planet Earth The Planet Earth The Planet Earth Introduction to Oceans Sophomore Seminar Minerals: Their Constitution and Origin Minerals: Their Constitution and Origin Minerals: Their Constitution and Origin Computer Simulations in Earth and Planetary Science... Computer Simulations in Earth and Planetary Science... Stratigraphy and Earth History Geomorphology Geomorphology Geomorphology Geologic Field Studies Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors Biometeorology Case Studies in Earth Systems Planetary Astrophysics Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society 19012 19015 S 39A P 50 101 FLD 001 LEC 2 1,2 4 BISHOP, J INGRAM, B L WENK, H R WENK, H R WENK, H R MILITZER, B 12 TBA TBA BY CATEGORY SO & BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C82 section 1 and Geography C82 section 1. Also: RHEW, R C P 84 P 100A S 100A S 100A P 109 Note: ($24−$78 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 3 9 BY CATEGORY Note: Please contact the instructor at [email protected] regarding registration requirements. 19048 19051 19054 19057 19060 19063 19066 19069 19072 19075 19078 19081 S 109 P 115 P 117 S 117 S 117 P 119 P 122 P C129 P 150 P C162 101 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 FLD 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Tu 330−430P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 930−11A W 1−4P Th 1−4P 1171 ETCHEVERRY 325 MCCONE 265 MCCONE 265 MCCONE 265 MCCONE UNSCHED OFF CAMPUS 401 MCCONE 306 WELLMAN 265 MCCONE 544 CAMPBELL A1 HEARST ANNEX 365 MCCONE MILITZER, B 4 4 ALVAREZ, W S DIETRICH, W E 5 7 BY CATEGORY Note: ($37−$152 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 2 3 3 2 4 4 RENNE, P R ALLEN, R M BALDOCCHI, D D BURGMANN, R DE PATER, I BRIMHALL, G H NONE 19 2 18 5 17 Note: ($105−$200 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) TuTh 10−1130A MWF 11−12P F 12−2P Tu 230−5P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 5−6P Note: Students interested in EPS 122 who have concerns about the prerequisites or have not fulfilled the prerequisites are encouraged to contact the instructor: [email protected] Note: Cross−listed with Environ Sci, Policy, and Management C129 section 1. Note: Preference will be given to graduating seniors. Please attend the first day of class to receive a Class Entry Code. Note: Cross−listed with Astronomy C162 section 1. Also: Th 230−4P, 544 CAMPBELL P 170AC 001 LEC S 170AC 101 DIS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Letters and Science 170AC section 1. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in either Physical Science or Social and Behavioral Sciences. Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 42 19084 19087 19090 19093 19096 19099 19102 19105 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S 170AC 102 DIS S 170AC 103 DIS S 170AC 104 DIS S 170AC 105 DIS S 170AC 106 DIS S 170AC 101 LAB P C181 P 185 P H195 P 198 P 199 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−11 IND 1−2 GRP 1−13 IND Th 5−6P Tu 5−6P Th 5−6P W 4−5P W 4−5P M 6−9P MW 930−11A MW 12−1P 325 MCCONE 325 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 325 MCCONE 2040 VALLEY LSB 575 MCCONE 390 HEARST MIN TBA TBA TBA Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Atmospheric Physics and Dynamics Marine Geobiology Senior Honors Course Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research 3 2 3 1−4 1−4 BRIMHALL, G H COLLINS, W D BERRY, W B NONE BY CATEGORY 18 BY CATEGORY NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: Cross−listed with Geography C139 section 1. EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES Control Number 20503 20506 20509 20512 20515 20518 20521 20548 20522 20523 20527 20530 20532 20533 Course Section Number P C50 S S S S S S S S S P C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 C50 101 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 17 TuTh 1230−2P Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P Tu 4−5P W 11−12P W 12−1P W 1−2P Tu 2−3P W 2−3P W 3−4P 50 BIRGE 255 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 205 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 2066 VALLEY LSB 51 EVANS 247 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE 121 WHEELER Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Catastrophe, Memory, and Narrative: Comparative Res... Dynamics of Romantic Core Values in East Asian Prem... Buddhism on the Silk Road Buddhism and the Environment DALTON, J Note: Cross−listed with Group in Buddhist Studies C50 section 1 and South and Southeast Asian Studies C52 section 1. 4 4 4 4 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF TANSMAN, A M WALLACE, J MEHENDALE, S WILLIAMS, D TBA NONE TBA 20 P 105 P C120 P C126 MWF 12−1P 101 MOFFITT Note: Cross−listed with Group in Buddhist Studies C120 section 1. TuTh 330−5P 156 DWINELLE Note: Cross−listed with Group in Buddhist Studies C126 section 1. CHINESE Control Number 20603 Course Section Number P 1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 20606 P 1A 002 LEC MTWTF 8−9A 283 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese 5 YANG, Y NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) are of non−Chinese origin and were not raised in a Chinese−speaking environment; or 2) are of Chinese origin but do not speak any dialect of Chinese and whose parents do not speak any dialect of Chinese. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level and section. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 9−10A 283 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese 5 YANG, Y NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) are of non−Chinese origin and were not raised in a Chinese−speaking environment; or 2) are of Chinese origin but do not speak any dialect of Chinese and whose parents do not speak any dialect of Chinese. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level and section. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below 43 20609 P 1A 003 LEC 20612 P 1A 004 LEC 20615 P 1A 005 LEC 20618 P 1A 006 LEC 20621 20624 S 1A P 1AX 101 TUT 001 LEC 20627 P 1AX 002 LEC 20630 P 1AX 003 LEC 20633 P 1AX 004 LEC 20636 P 1AY 001 LEC 20639 P 1AY 002 LEC 20642 P 1AY 003 LEC 20645 20648 20651 20654 20657 20660 20663 20666 20669 S 1AY P 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A P 10A 101 TUT 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 20672 P 10A 002 LEC his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 10−11A 45 EVANS Elementary Chinese 5 YANG, Y NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) are of non−Chinese origin and were not raised in a Chinese−speaking environment; or 2) are of Chinese origin but do not speak any dialect of Chinese and whose parents do not speak any dialect of Chinese. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level and section. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 11−12P 45 EVANS Elementary Chinese 5 YANG, Y NONE Note: For students who: 1) are of non−Chinese origin and were not raised in a Chinese−speaking environment; or 2) are of Chinese origin but do not speak any dialect of Chinese and whose parents do not speak any dialect of Chinese. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level and section. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 12−1P 228 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese 5 YANG, Y NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) are of non−Chinese origin and were not raised in a Chinese−speaking environment; or 2) are of Chinese origin but do not speak any dialect of Chinese and whose parents do not speak any dialect of Chinese. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level and section. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 1−2P 183 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese 5 YANG, Y NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) are of non−Chinese origin and were not raised in a Chinese−speaking environment; or 2) are of Chinese origin but do not speak any dialect of Chinese and whose parents do not speak any dialect of Chinese. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level and section. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. Elementary Chinese YANG, Y MWF 10−11A 87 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LIU, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) were born in a non−Chinese speaking country but were raised in a home where Mandarin was spoken and possess little or no reading and writing skills in Chinese; or 2) were born in a chinese−speaking country and received zero or limited formal education in that country up to the second grade. All students must take the online Chinese Language Placement Test at ealc.berkeley.edu before enrolling. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MWF 11−12P 87 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LIU, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) were born in a non−Chinese−speaking country but were raised in a home where Mandarin was spoken and possess little or no reading and writing skills in Chinese; or 2) were born in a Chinese−speaking country and received zero or limited formal education in that country up to the second grade. All students must take the online Chinese Language Placement Test at ealc.berkeley.edu before enrolling. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MWF 1−2P 228 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LIU, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) were born in a non−Chinese−speaking country but were raised in a home where Mandarin was spoken and possess little or no reading and writing skills in Chinese; or 2) were born in a Chinese−speaking country and received zero or limited formal education in that country up to the second grade. All students must take the online Chinese Language Placement Test at ealc.berkeley.edu before enrolling. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MWF 3−4P 183 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LIU, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: For students who: 1) were born in a non−Chinese−speaking country but were raised in a home where Mandarin was spoken and possess little or no reading and writing skills in Chinese; or 2) were born in a Chinese−speaking country and received zero or limited formal education in that country up to the second grade. All students must take the online Chinese Language Placement Test at ealc.berkeley.edu before enrolling. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 8−9A 83 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese for Speakers of Other 5 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Dialects Note: For students who: 1) were born in a non−Chinese speaking country but were raised in a home where a non−Mandarin Chinese dialect was spoken and possess little or no reading and writing skills in Chinese; or 2) were born in a Chinese−speaking country in a home where a non−Mandarin Chinese dialect was spoken and received zero or limited formal education in that country up to the second grade. All students must take the online Chinese Language Placement Test at ealc.berkeley.edu before enrolling. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 10−11A 283 DWINELLE Elementary Chinese for Speakers of Other 5 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Dialects Note: For students who: 1) were born in a non−Chinese speaking country but were raised in a home where a non−Mandarin Chinese dialect was spoken and possess little or no reading and writing skills in Chinese; or 2) were born in a Chinese−speaking country in a home where a non−Mandarin Chinese dialect was spoken and received zero or limited formal education in that country up to the second grade. All students must take the online Chinese Language Placement Test at ealc.berkeley.edu before enrolling. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. MTWTF 11−12P Elementary Chinese for Speakers of Other 5 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Dialects Note: For students who: 1) were born in a non−Chinese speaking country but were raised in a home where a non−Mandarin Chinese dialect was spoken and possess little or no reading and writing skills in Chinese; or 2) were born in a Chinese−speaking country in a home where a non−Mandarin Chinese dialect was spoken and received zero or limited formal education in that country up to the second grade. All students must take the online Chinese Language Placement Test at ealc.berkeley.edu before enrolling. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped. Elementary Chinese for Speakers of Other ZHANG, L Dialects TuTh 2−330P 213 WHEELER Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature 4 CSIKSZENTMIHALYI, 5 BY CATEGORY and Cu... Tu 4−5P 72 EVANS Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Cu... W 1−2P 204 WHEELER Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Cu... W 2−3P 235 DWINELLE Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Cu... W 3−4P 101 WHEELER Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Cu... W 4−5P 175 DWINELLE Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Cu... Th 12−1P 83 DWINELLE Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Cu... MTWTF 8−9A 258 DWINELLE Intermediate Chinese 5 CHU, C P NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite of Chinese 1B. If you have not taken Chinese 1B, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MTWTF 9−10A 101 WHEELER Intermediate Chinese 5 CHU, C P NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite of Chinese 1B. If you have not taken Chinese 1B, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. 44 20675 P 10A 003 LEC 20678 P 10AX 001 LEC 20681 P 10AX 002 LEC 20684 P 10AX 003 LEC 20687 P 10AX 004 LEC 20690 P 10AX 005 LEC 20693 P 10AX 006 LEC 20726 P 100A 001 LEC 20729 P 100A 002 LEC 20732 20735 S 100A 101 TUT P 100AX 001 LEC 20738 P 100AX 002 LEC 20741 P 100AX 003 LEC 20744 20747 P 100AX 004 LEC P 101 001 LEC 20750 P 101 002 LEC 20753 20756 20759 20762 20765 20768 20771 20774 20777 20780 SEE P P P P P P P S S S P 110A 111 120 C140 155 159 183 183 183 183 H195A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 1−6 IND Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MTWTF 1−2P 187 DWINELLE Intermediate Chinese 5 CHU, C P NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite of Chinese 1B. If you have not taken Chinese 1B, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 8−9A 183 DWINELLE Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Intermediate Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 1BX. If you have not taken Chinese 1BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 9−10A 179 DWINELLE Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Intermediate Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 1BX. If you have not taken Chinese 1BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 10−11A 179 DWINELLE Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Intermediate Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 1BX. If you have not taken Chinese 1BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 11−12P 50 BARROWS Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Intermediate Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 1BX. If you have not taken Chinese 1BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 2−3P 255 DWINELLE Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 ZHANG, L NONE Note: Intermediate Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 1BX. If you have not taken Chinese 1BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 3−4P 187 DWINELLE Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 ZHANG, L NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Intermediate Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 1BX. If you have not taken Chinese 1BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MTWTF 10−11A 39 EVANS Advanced Chinese 5 SHIAO, Y NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite of Chinese 10B. If you have not taken Chinese 10B, to enroll in the class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MTWTF 11−12P 283 DWINELLE Advanced Chinese 5 SHIAO, Y NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite of Chinese 10B. If you have not taken Chinese 10B, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. Advanced Chinese SHIAO, Y MWF 8−9A 259 DWINELLE Advanced Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LI, I NONE Note: Advanced Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 10BX. If you have not taken Chinese 10BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 10−11A 243 DWINELLE Advanced Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LI, I NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Advanced Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 10BX. If you have not taken Chinese 10BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 11−12P 243 DWINELLE Advanced Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LI, I NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Advanced Chinese for students with native speaker background in Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 10BX. If you have not taken Chinese 10BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 1−2P 247 DWINELLE Advanced Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 3 LI, I NONE MWF 11−12P 41 EVANS Fourth−Year Readings: Literature 4 LI, I NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Fourth−Year Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 100B or 100BX. If you have not taken Chinese 100B or 100BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 11−12P 179 DWINELLE Fourth−Year Readings: Literature 4 SHIAO, Y NONE Note: Fourth−Year Mandarin Chinese. Prerequisite of Chinese 100B or 100BX. If you have not taken Chinese 100B or 100BX, to enroll in this class you must first take the online Chinese Language Placement Test. Find the online test at ealc.berkeley.edu. Students are responsible for enrolling in the appropriate level. They must also accurately inform instructors about their language proficiency level. Any student who enrolls in a class below his/her level will be dropped from the class. Students must submit their online placement test score on the first day of class. MWF 10−11A 182 DWINELLE Introduction to Literary Chinese 4 ASHMORE, R 1 MWF 12−1P 179 DWINELLE Fifth−Year Chinese A 4 LI, I 18 BY CATEGORY TuTh 330−5P 251 DWINELLE Ancient Chinese Prose 4 THE STAFF 20 TuTh 930−11A 185 BARROWS Readings in Chinese Buddhist Texts 4 SHARF, R H 7 Note: Cross−listed with Group in Buddhist Studies C140 section 1. TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 11−1230P Th 2−3P Th 3−4P F 1−2P 209 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 219 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 106 DWINELLE TBA Readings in Vernacular Chinese Literature Cities and the Country Traditional Chinese Culture Traditional Chinese Culture Traditional Chinese Culture Traditional Chinese Culture Honors Course 4 4 4 VOLPP, S Y SCHAEFER, W CSIKSZENTMIHALYI, THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 9 17 9 2−5 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ 45 DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P H195B 1−6 IND P 199 1−6 IND TBA TBA Honors Course Independent Study 2−5 1−4 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ JAPANESE Control Number 21003 21006 21009 21012 21015 21018 21021 21024 21027 21030 21033 21036 21039 21042 21045 21048 21051 21054 21057 21060 21063 21066 21069 21072 Course Section Number P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1AL P 1AS P 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A P 10A P 10A P 10A 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC 007 LEC 008 LEC 009 LEC 010 LEC 011 LEC 012 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE 20 BY CATEGORY MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 12−1P MTWTF 12−1P Tu 3−4P W 3−4P TuTh 330−5P W 1−2P W 2−3P W 3−4P Th 12−1P Th 1−2P Th 2−3P MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 10−11A 247 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 250 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 246 DWINELLE 259 DWINELLE 258 DWINELLE 246 DWINELLE 55 EVANS 259 DWINELLE 259 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 215 DWINELLE 102 MOFFITT 2070 VALLEY LSB 2070 VALLEY LSB 51 EVANS 116 HAVILAND 262 DWINELLE 283 DWINELLE 246 DWINELLE 258 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese Elementary Japanese TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M TOMIZUKA, M KONISHI, Y IMAGAWA, K WALLACE, J Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Note: Enroll in Japanese 1A if you have minimal or no knowledge of Japanese. Supplementary Work in Listening−−Elementary 1: PF Supplementary Work in Kanji 1: PF Introduction to Pre−Modern Japanese Literature 4 and ... Introduction to Pre−Modern Japanese Literature and ... Introduction to Pre−Modern Japanese Literature and ... Introduction to Pre−Modern Japanese Literature and ... Introduction to Pre−Modern Japanese Literature and ... Introduction to Pre−Modern Japanese Literature and ... Introduction to Pre−Modern Japanese Literature and ... Intermediate Japanese 5 Intermediate Japanese Intermediate Japanese 5 5 WALLACE, N K WALLACE, N K WALLACE, N K NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in Japanese 10A if you have completed Japanese 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 10A if you have completed Japanese 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 10A if you have completed Japanese 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. 46 21075 21078 21081 21084 21087 21090 21117 21120 21123 21126 21129 21132 21135 21138 21141 21144 21150 21153 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 10A P 10A P 10A 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC MTWTF 10−11A 205 DWINELLE Intermediate Japanese Intermediate Japanese 5 5 5 5 1: PF 1: PF 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2−5 2−5 1−4 1−4 WALLACE, N K WALLACE, N K WALLACE, N K WALLACE, N K TAKATA, M SATO, A K KAMBARA, W KAMBARA, W KAMBARA, W KAMBARA, W BAKER, Y K SHIBAHARA, C YANAI, Y K HORTON, H M HORTON, H M WALLACE, J O'NEILL, D C O'NEILL, D C NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY 8 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in Japanese 10A if you have completed Japanese 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 10A if you have completed Japanese 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 12−1P Tu 3−4P W 3−4P MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 12−1P MWF 3−4P MWF 3−4P MWF 3−4P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 930−11A MW 11−1230P Tu 4−6P 205 DWINELLE 250 DWINELLE 174 BARROWS 182 DWINELLE 205 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 101 WHEELER 247 DWINELLE 228 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 182 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE TBA TBA TBA TBA Intermediate Japanese Intermediate Japanese Supplementary Work in Grammar − Intermediate Supplementary Work in Kanji−−Intermediate Advanced Japanese Advanced Japanese Advanced Japanese Advanced Japanese Fourth−Year Readings: Social Sciences Fourth−Year Readings: Japanese Literature Fifth−Year Japanese A Introduction to Classical Japanese Classical Japanese Poetry Modern Japanese Literature Introduction to Japanese Cinema Introduction to Japanese Cinema Honors Course Honors Course Directed Group Study Independent Study Note: Enroll in Japanese 10A if you have completed Japanese 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. P 10A 007 LEC P 10AG 001 LEC P 10AS 001 LEC P 100A 001 LEC P 100A P 100A P 100A P 101 P 103 P P P P P S P 111 120 130 155 185 185 H195A 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 1−4 IND Note: Enroll in Japanese 100A if you have completed Japanese 10A and 10B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 100A if you have completed Japanese 10A and 10B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 100A if you have completed Japanese 10A and 10B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 100A if you have completed Japanese 10A and 10B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 101 if you have completed Japanese 100B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Japanese 103 if you have completed Japanese 100B unless you are advised to take a higher level. NONE BY CATEGORY 9 BY CATEGORY 5 7 14 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ P H195B 1−4 IND P 198 P 199 1−4 GRP 1−4 IND KOREAN Control Number 21903 21906 21909 21912 21915 21918 21921 21924 Course Section Number P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1AX P 1AX P 1AX P 7A S 7A 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE 9 MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 12−1P MTWTF 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 2−3P 179 DWINELLE 2070 VALLEY LSB 250 DWINELLE 250 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE 30 WHEELER 283 DWINELLE Elementary Korean Elementary Korean Elementary Korean Elementary Korean for Heritage Speakers Elementary Korean for Heritage Speakers Elementary Korean for Heritage Speakers Introduction to Pre−Modern Korean Literature and Cu... Introduction to Pre−Modern Korean Literature and Cu... PARK, J PARK, J PARK, J LEE, S C LEE, S C PARK, J SHIN, J THE STAFF Note: Enroll in Korean 1A if you have no knowledge of Korean. Note: Enroll in Korean 1A if you have no knowledge of Korean. Note: Enroll in Korean 1A if you have no knowledge of Korean. Note: Enroll in Korean 1AX if you speak some Korean but cannot read or write it. Note: Enroll in Korean 1AX if you speak some Korean but cannot read or write it. Note: Enroll in Korean 1AX if you speak some Korean but cannot read or write it. 47 21927 21930 21933 21936 21939 21942 21945 21948 21957 21960 21963 21966 21969 21972 21975 S 7A S 7A S 7A P 10A P 10A 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 002 LEC Tu 3−4P W 2−3P W 3−4P MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 12−1P MWF 1−2P MWF 2−3P MWF 2−3P MWF 3−4P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 330−5P MW 4−530P 228 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 109 WHEELER 250 DWINELLE 246 DWINELLE 101 WHEELER 130 WHEELER 187 DWINELLE 250 DWINELLE 251 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE 215 DWINELLE 229 DWINELLE 175 BARROWS Introduction to Pre−Modern Korean Literature and Cu... Introduction to Pre−Modern Korean Literature and Cu... Introduction to Pre−Modern Korean Literature and Cu... Intermediate Korean Intermediate Korean Intermediate Korean for Heritage Speakers Intermediate Korean for Heritage Speakers Intermediate Korean for Heritage Speakers Advanced Korean Advanced Korean Fourth−Year Readings−−Literature Fifth−Year Korean A THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 LEE, S C LEE, S C KIM, M KIM, M KIM, M LEE, M LEE, M KO, K LEE, S C SHIN, J AN, J AN, J NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY 8 5 20 13 Note: Enroll in Korean 10A if you have completed Korean 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Korean 10A if you have completed Korean 1A and 1B unless you are advised to take a higher level. P 10AX 001 LEC P 10AX 002 LEC P 10AX 003 LEC P 100A P 100A P 101 P 111 P 150 P 155 P 180 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: Enroll in Korean 10AX if you have completed Korean 1BX unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Korean 10AX if you have completed Korean 1BX unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Korean 10AX if you have completed Korean 1BX unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Korean 100A if you have completed Korean 10A/10AX and 10B/10BX unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Korean 100A if you have completed Korean 10A/10AX and 10B/10BX unless you are advised to take a higher level. Note: Enroll in Korean 101 if you have completed the equivalent of three years of college−level Korean. Note: Enroll in Korean 111 if you have completed the equivalent of four years of college−level Korean. Modern Korean Poetry 4 Modern Korean Fiction 4 Critical Approaches to Modern Korean Literature4 TIBETAN Control Number 22203 22206 22209 Course Section Number P 1A P 10A P 110A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 3 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE 1 17 MTWTF 9−10A MWF 10−11A TuTh 1230−2P 108 WHEELER 123 DWINELLE 204 WHEELER Elementary Tibetan Intermediate Tibetan Intensive Readings in Tibetan NGODUP, K T NGODUP, K T NGODUP, K T ECONOMICS Control Number 22303 22306 22312 22315 22318 22321 22324 22327 22330 22333 22336 22339 22342 22345 22348 22351 22354 Course Section Number P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 001 LEC 101 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 6 UG & BY CATEGORY MW 1−2P MW 10−11A MW 3−4P MW 3−4P MW 8−9A MW 4−5P MW 12−1P MW 9−10A MW 4−5P MW 1−2P TuTh 2−3P TuTh 9−10A TuTh 5−6P TuTh 2−3P TuTh 4−5P TuTh 4−5P WHEELER AUD 179 STANLEY 87 EVANS 9 EVANS B56 HILDEBRAND B56 HILDEBRAND 385 LECONTE 2 EVANS 7 EVANS B56 HILDEBRAND 179 DWINELLE 6 EVANS 81 EVANS 71 EVANS CANCELLED 4 EVANS 241 CORY Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics TRAIN, K E 48 22357 22360 22363 22366 22369 22378 S S S S S P 1 1 1 1 1 C3 119 DIS 120 DIS 121 DIS 122 DIS 123 DIS 001 LEC TuTh 2−3P TuTh 5−6P TuTh 8−9A MW 4−5P MW 12−1P TuTh 2−330P 106 WHEELER 5 EVANS 87 EVANS 228 DWINELLE B56 HILDEBRAND 2 LECONTE Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy Directed Group Study Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Micro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Analysis−−Macro Economic Theory−−Micro Economic Theory−−Micro Economic Theory−−Micro Economic Theory−−Macro Economic Theory−−Macro Economic Theory−−Macro Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics Natural Resource Economics History of Economic Thought The World Economy in the Twentieth Century The World Economy in the Twentieth Century The World Economy in the Twentieth Century The World Economy in the Twentieth Century The World Economy in the Twentieth Century The World Economy in the Twentieth Century The World Economy in the Twentieth Century Government Regulation of Industry Financial Economics Financial Economics Financial Economics Financial Economics 4 BERCK, P 5 UG & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Environmental Economics and Policy C1 section 1. 22381 22384 22387 22390 22393 22396 22399 22402 22405 22408 22411 22414 22417 22420 22423 22426 22429 22432 22435 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DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS M 9−10A W 3−4P F 11−12P F 4−5P 2030 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 2062 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB TuTh 330−5P MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 10−11A MW 11−12P MW 2−3P MW 2−3P WF 12−1P TuTh 1−2P TuTh 2−3P TuTh 2−3P WF 10−11A MW 8−9A MW 4−5P TuTh 1−2P TuTh 330−5P MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 11−12P TuTh 8−9A TuTh 9−10A TuTh 8−9A TuTh 1−2P WF 11−12P MW 12−1P MW 2−3P MW 4−5P MW 4−5P TuTh 930−11A MW 5−6P MW 11−12P TuTh 8−930A MW 11−12P WF 10−11A TuTh 8−930A M 9−10A M 2−3P W 4−5P F 3−4P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P M 11−12P M 1−2P M 8−9A Tu 11−12P W 4−5P Tu 4−5P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 11−1230P M 8−9A M 2−3P W 8−9A WHEELER AUD 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 228 DWINELLE 101 WHEELER 3102 ETCHEVERRY 5 EVANS 228 DWINELLE 75 EVANS 385 LECONTE 185 BARROWS 2 EVANS 228 DWINELLE 1 PIMENTEL B51 HILDEBRAND B51 HILDEBRAND 105 LATIMER 75 EVANS 75 EVANS 101 WHEELER 105 LATIMER 2 EVANS 105 LATIMER 187 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 255 DWINELLE 60 EVANS 2 EVANS 3113 ETCHEVERRY 534 DAVIS 116 HAVILAND 41 EVANS 277 CORY 2066 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 50 BIRGE 390 HEARST MIN 54 BARROWS 321 HAVILAND 50 BARROWS 321 HAVILAND 258 DWINELLE 2070 VALLEY LSB 39 EVANS 100 LEWIS 321 HAVILAND 5 EVANS 321 HAVILAND 1−4: PF LA BLANC, G P 4 THE STAFF NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ 6 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 4 OLNEY, M L 20 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 4 DELLAVIGNA, S 7 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 4 GORODNICHENKO, Y 11 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 4 SUNDING, D L 11 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Environmental Economics and Policy C102 section 1. 3 4 PEARSON, H D DELONG, J B 20 17 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY 3 4 FARRELL, J SZEIDL, A G 9 9 BY CATEGORY UG & BY CATEGORY 49 22558 22561 22564 22567 22569 22570 22573 22576 22579 22582 22585 22588 22594 22597 22600 22612 22615 22618 22621 22624 22627 22630 22633 22636 22639 22642 22645 22648 22651 22654 22657 22660 22663 22666 22669 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S S S S S P S S S S S S P S S P P S S S S P P S S S S S P S S S S S S P 136 136 136 136 136 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 141 141 141 161 C171 C171 C171 C171 C171 173 C181 C181 C181 C181 C181 C181 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 H195A 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 107 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 IND W 2−3P F 4−5P F 1−2P Tu 2−3P M 4−5P MW 4−530P Tu 8−930A Th 8−930A F 4−530P Tu 5−630P Th 5−630P Th 2−330P TuTh 2−330P W 5307P W 4−530P MW 4−530P TuTh 930−11A M 1−2P M 2−3P W 2−3P W 4−5P M 10−1P TuTh 330−5P W 8−9A W 9−10A Tu 3−4P Tu 5−6P F 10−11A TuTh 930−11A F 3−4P M 3−4P M 12−1P M 4−5P W 5−6P F 4−5P F 10−12P 54 BARROWS 101 WHEELER 106 WHEELER 321 HAVILAND 259 DWINELLE 145 DWINELLE 5 EVANS 5 EVANS 5 EVANS 2070 VALLEY LSB 2070 VALLEY LSB 259 DWINELLE 247 CORY 101 WHEELER 179 STANLEY 2060 VALLEY LSB 101 MORGAN 2304 TOLMAN 2301 TOLMAN 2308 TOLMAN 243 DWINELLE 597 EVANS 10 EVANS 2038 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 6 EVANS 7 EVANS 321 HAVILAND 120 LATIMER 179 STANLEY 321 HAVILAND 258 DWINELLE 250 DWINELLE 5 EVANS 179 STANLEY 87 EVANS Financial Economics Financial Economics Financial Economics Financial Economics Financial Economics Economic Statistics and Econonmetrics Economic Statistics and Econonmetrics Economic Statistics and Econonmetrics Economic Statistics and Econonmetrics Economic Statistics and Econonmetrics Economic Statistics and Econonmetrics Economic Statistics and Econonmetrics Econometric Analysis Econometric Analysis Econometric Analysis Economics of Transition: Eastern Europe Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Seminar International Trade International Trade International Trade International Trade International Trade International Trade International Monetary Economics International Monetary Economics International Monetary Economics International Monetary Economics International Monetary Economics International Monetary Economics International Monetary Economics Senior Honors Thesis Senior Honors Thesis 4 DUNCAN, G M 13 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 4 POWELL, J L 5 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 3 4 MAGIN, K A DEJANVRY, A 13 7 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Environmental Economics and Policy C151 section 1. 4 4 BARDHAN, P K WOOD, S A NONE 20 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Environmental Economics and Policy C181 section 1. 4 GOURINCHAS, P 7 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 1−3: PF CRAINE, R 1−3 1−4 1−4: PF HERMALIN, B E 1−4 KASA, K A NONE JR, SR & ECONOMICS ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR & ECONOMICS NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ P H195B 001 IND P 197 P 198 P 199 1−13 IND 001 GRP 1−11 IND TBA TBA Field Studies Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and 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GRIFFITHS, T Note: Cross−listed with Cognitive Science C1 section 1. 1 5 O'ROURKE, S SEYER−OCHI, I TBA TBA FR Note: "Civil Rights Law in Higher Education" P 40AC 001 LEC 50 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23530 S 40AC 101 DIS Tu 3−4P 321 HAVILAND Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23551 S 40AC 108 DIS Experiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality... Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23554 23557 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 23779 23782 23785 23788 23791 23794 23797 23800 23803 23806 23809 23812 23815 23818 23821 P 52 001 LEC P 75AC 001 LEC P 97 1−63 FLD TuTh 930−11A TuTh 930−11A 3507A TOLMAN 20 BARROWS TBA Understanding Language in Society American Sports, Culture, and Education Field Studies 3 3 1−4 MIRABELLI, A A VAN RHEENEN, D M 7 7 FR, SO & BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23533 S 40AC 102 DIS W 10−11A 2062 VALLEY LSB Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23536 S 40AC 103 DIS W 11−12P 2062 VALLEY LSB Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23539 S 40AC 104 DIS W 1−2P 2032 VALLEY LSB Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23542 S 40AC 105 DIS Th 11−12P 2062 VALLEY LSB Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23545 S 40AC 106 DIS Th 3−4P 2062 VALLEY LSB Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23548 S 40AC 107 DIS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; NONE FR, SO Note: More information about Education 97 is posted on the bulletin board outside 1600 Tolman Hall in the east wing of Tolman Hall. P 98 P 99 P S S P 114A 114A 114A 140AC 1−25 GRP 1−3 TUT 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM TBA TBA Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study Early Development and Education Early Development and Education Early Development and Education Literacy: Individual and Societal Development Foundations for Teaching Language Arts Foundations for Teaching Reading in Grades K−8 Foundations for Teaching Social Studies Race, Identity, and Culture in Urban Schools Gender and Education in the Americas The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border 1−4 1−4 4 STARKEY, P STARKEY, P STARKEY, P PEARSON, P D SALASIN, E K ARYA, D J PERETTI, D C SUAD−BAKARI, N MURPHY−GRAHAM, E SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S NONE FR, SO NONE FR, SO ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TBA TuTh 1230−2P F 9−12P M 4−7P Tu 1−4P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 2−330P TuTh 2−330P M 2−3P M 12−1P Tu 8−9A Tu 1−2P F 11−12P 101 MORGAN 3515 TOLMAN 4635 TOLMAN 4635 TOLMAN 2038 VALLEY LSB 3106 ETCHEVERRY 2050 VALLEY LSB 104 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 242 DWINELLE 104 BARROWS 3 3 2−3 1 3 3 4 17 BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; P 149 P 158 P 160 P C181 NONE GR NONE GR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE GR NONE 5 5 Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C133A section 1. P 185 001 LEC P 186AC 001 LEC S 186AC 101 DIS S 186AC 102 DIS S 186AC 103 DIS S 186AC 104 DIS S 186AC 105 DIS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Geography 159AC section 1 and Ethnic Studies 159AC section 1. Also: MANZ, B Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 51 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 23824 23827 23830 23833 23836 23839 23842 23845 23848 23851 23854 23857 23860 23863 23866 23868 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S 186AC 106 DIS S 186AC 107 DIS S 186AC 108 DIS S 186AC 109 DIS S 186AC 110 DIS S 186AC 111 DIS S 186AC 112 DIS S 186AC 113 DIS S 186AC 114 DIS P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC Th 4−5P Th 8−9A W 3−4P F 10−11A F 3−4P W 8−9A M 1−2P W 2−3P M 3−4P MW 10−12P MW 4−6P TuTh 12−2P TuTh 2−4P 136 BARROWS 104 BARROWS 24 WHEELER 229 DWINELLE 104 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 185 BARROWS 24 WHEELER 121 WHEELER 109 MORGAN 103 GPB 2308 TOLMAN 2320 TOLMAN UNSCHED NOFACILITY 4635 TOLMAN 5634 TOLMAN TBA The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border Current Issues in Education Current Issues in Education Current Issues in Education Current Issues in Education Unraveling Education: A Participatory Inquiry Environmental Education 4 4 4 4 4 3 SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S SHAIKEN, H S HURST, J G HURST, J G HURST, J G HURST, J G HURST, J G HURST, J G PEARSON, P D 1 13 17 5 TBA 7 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: All Education 190 sections are instructor approval only. Pick up your Class Entry Code at the first class meeting. Note: All Education 190 sections are instructor approval only. Pick up your Class Entry Code at the first class meeting. Note: All Education 190 sections are instructor approval only. Pick up your Class Entry Code at the first class meeting. Note: All Education 190 sections are instructor approval only. Pick up your Class Entry Code at the first class meeting. P 190B 001 LEC P C193A 001 LEC P 195C P 197 001 SEM 1−63 FLD TuTh 9−11A M 1−4P Note: Cross−listed with Environ Sci, Policy, and Management C193A section 1. Special Topics in the Foundations of Teaching 1−4 Field Studies 1−4 12 NONE JR, SR Note: More information about Education 197 is posted on the bulletin board outside 1600 Tolman Hall in the east wing of Tolman Hall. P 198 P 199 1−33 GRP 1−6 IND TBA TBA Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research for Under... 1−3 1−4 NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Control Number 25203 25206 25209 25212 25215 25218 25221 Course Section Number P 20N S 20N S 20N S 20N S 20N S 20N S 20N 001 LEC 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 17 BY CATEGORY TuTh 1230−2P M 8−11A M 3−6P Tu 2−5P Th 8−11A W 8−11A W 12−3P 10 EVANS 105 CORY 105 CORY 105 CORY 105 CORY 105 CORY 105 CORY Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and AYAZIFAR, B 52 25224 25227 25230 25233 25236 25239 25242 25245 25248 25251 25254 25257 25260 25263 25266 25269 25272 25275 25278 25281 25284 25287 25290 25293 25296 25299 25302 25305 25308 25311 25314 SEE DEPT 25329 25332 25335 25338 25341 25344 25347 25350 25353 25356 25359 25362 25365 25368 25371 25374 25377 25380 25383 25386 25389 25392 25395 25398 25401 25404 25407 25410 25413 S 20N S 20N S 20N S 20N S 20N P 24 P S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S P P P P P P P P P 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 42 42 42 42 42 42 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 98 98 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 010 LAB 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB 001 GRP 2−5 GRP 001 LEC 010 LAB 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 001 LEC 010 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 REC 102 REC 103 REC 001 LEC W 10−11A W 2−3P W 3−4P W 4−5P 310 HEARST MIN 285 CORY 155 DONNER LAB 310 HEARST MIN CANCELLED Th 10−11A TuTh 930−11A M 2−3P M 3−4P Tu 12−1P W 5−6P M 8−11A M 11−2P Tu 2−5P Tu 5−8P W 8−11A Th 2−5P MWF 9−10A M 11−12P M 1−2P Tu 3−4P W 4−5P W 5−6P M 2−5P M 5−8P Tu 11−2P W 11−2P W 2−5P Th 8−11A F 12−3P W 530−7P 125 CORY 145 DWINELLE 241 CORY 155 DONNER LAB 285 CORY 289 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 10 EVANS 285 CORY 285 CORY 241 CORY 247 CORY 247 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 240 CORY TBA 10 EVANS 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 285 CORY 285 CORY 241 CORY 247 CORY 247 CORY 277 CORY 293 CORY 353 CORY 353 CORY 353 CORY 247 CORY 125 CORY 247 CORY 293 CORY 277 CORY 247 CORY 285 CORY 293 CORY 106 STANLEY Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals 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Systems Introduction to Communication Networks 1: PF 4 BOKOR, J CHEUNG, N W TBA 7 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: "Gadgets Electrical Engineers Make" 3 GUSTAFSON, T K 16 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 1−4: PF 1−4 4 GUSTAFSON, T K GUSTAFSON, T K GUSTAFSON, T K GUSTAFSON, T K GUSTAFSON, T K GUSTAFSON, T K GUSTAFSON, T K NIKNEJAD, A M NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE 16 P 100 S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S P S P S S P S S S P 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 105 105 105 105 105 105 113 113 117 117 117 120 120 120 120 122 MWF 9−10A M 2−5P M 5−8P Tu 11−2P W 11−2P W 2−5P Th 8−11A F 12−3P M 11−12P M 1−2P Tu 3−4P W 4−5P W 5−6P TuTh 330−5P M 9−10A W 2−3P W 9−12P Tu 9−12P M 12−3P TuTh 1230−2P W 1−3P MWF 10−11A M 9−10A Tu 1−2P MW 10−12P F 11−12P F 1−2P F 2−3P MW 4−530P GUSTAFSON, T K Note: EECS majors are not eligible to take Electrical Engineering 100. See your advisor. 4 SALAHUDDIN, S 20 4 4 SANDERS, S R YABLONOVITCH, E 17 1 4 AYAZIFAR, B 1 BY CATEGORY 4 STOICA, I 13 53 25416 25419 25422 25425 25428 25431 25434 25437 25440 25443 25446 25449 25452 25455 25458 25461 25464 25467 25470 25473 25476 25479 25482 25485 25488 25491 25494 25497 25500 25503 25506 25509 25512 25515 25518 25521 25524 25527 25530 25533 25536 25539 25542 S S P S P S S S P S S S P P S S P P S S P S S S S P S S S S S S P S S S P S S S S S P 122 122 123 123 C125 C125 C125 C125 126 126 126 126 127A 128 128 128 129 130 130 130 140 140 140 140 140 141 141 141 141 141 141 141 142 142 142 142 143 143 143 143 143 143 C145B 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 011 LAB 012 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB 001 LEC F 10−11A W 12−1P WF 930−11A W 4−5P TuTh 2−330P F 9−10A F 12−3P W 11−2P TuTh 330−5P M 4−5P F 10−11A W 10−11A WF 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P F 9−12P Tu 3−6P TuTh 930−1230P TuTh 1230−2P M 9−10A W 12−1P MWF 8−9A Tu 2−3P W 10−11P M 9−12P W 12−3P TuTh 11−1230P F 2−3P M 5−6P F 9−10A M 3−6P F 10−1P Tu 12−3P MWF 3−4P M 3−4P M 10−1P Th 12−3P TuTh 2−330P Tu 10−1P W 10−1P W 2−5P Th 9−12P F 9−12P TuTh 330−5P 289 CORY 241 CORY 521 CORY 521 CORY 521 CORY 285 CORY 204 CORY 204 CORY 247 CORY 293 CORY 299 CORY 293 CORY 293 CORY 289 CORY 204 CORY 204 CORY 299 CORY 241 CORY 293 CORY 247 CORY 289 CORY 55 EVANS 353 CORY 353 CORY 277 CORY 293 CORY 293 CORY 293 CORY 353 CORY 353 CORY 353 CORY 241 CORY 521 CORY 111 CORY 111 CORY 277 CORY 218 CORY 218 CORY 218 CORY 218 CORY 218 CORY 179 STANLEY Introduction to Communication Networks Introduction to Communication Networks Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing Introduction to Robotics Introduction to Robotics Introduction to Robotics Introduction to Robotics Probability and Random Processes Probability and Random Processes Probability and Random Processes Probability and Random Processes Optimization Models in Engineering Feedback Control Feedback Control Feedback Control Neural and Nonlinear Information Processing Integrated−Circuit Devices Integrated−Circuit Devices Integrated−Circuit Devices Linear Integrated Circuits Linear Integrated Circuits Linear Integrated Circuits Linear Integrated Circuits Linear Integrated Circuits Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits Integrated Circuits for Communications Integrated Circuits for Communications Integrated Circuits for Communications Integrated Circuits for Communications Microfabrication Technology Microfabrication Technology Microfabrication Technology Microfabrication Technology Microfabrication Technology Microfabrication Technology Image Processing and Reconstruction Tomography 4 4 ARCAK, M BAJCSY, R 13 5 Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C125 section 1. 4 SAHAI, A 20 3 4 EL GHAOUI, L CARMENA, J M 13 9 3 4 CHUA, L O HU, C NONE BY CATEGORY 17 4 PISTER, K S 4 4 ALON, E 9 4 NIKNEJAD, A M 8 4 JAVEY, A 5 Note: ($70 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 4 CONOLLY, S 20 Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C165 section 1. 25545 25548 25551 25554 25557 SEE DEPT 25572 SEE DEPT S C145B 101 DIS P C145L 001 LEC S S S P C145L C145L C145L H196A 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 1−4 IND 003 GRP 1−61 IND Th 5−6P MW 1−2P M 8−11A W 5−8P F 8−11A 179 STANLEY 247 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY 140 CORY TBA 240 CORY TBA Image Processing and Reconstruction Tomography Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory 3 Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory Introductory Electronic Transducers Laboratory Senior Honors Thesis Research 4 Directed Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study 1−4: PF NIKNEJAD, A M 1−4 DERENZO, S E 12 Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C145L section 1. TBA NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR P 198 P 199 W 530−7P COMPUTER SCIENCE Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 54 26203 26206 26209 26212 26215 26218 26221 26224 26227 P S S S S S S S P 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 3S 001 LEC 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB 017 LAB 001 SLF W 5−6P TuTh 8−11A TuTh 11−2P TuTh 2−5P TuTh 5−8P WF 8−11A WF 11−2P WF 2−5P 26230 P 9A 001 SLF 26233 P 9B 001 SLF 26236 P 9C 001 SLF 26239 P 9D 001 SLF 26242 P 9E 001 SLF 26245 P 9F 001 SLF 26248 P 9G 001 SLF 26251 P 9H 001 SLF 26254 26257 P 39J P 47A 001 SEM 001 SLF 4 LECONTE Introduction to Symbolic Programming 4 CLANCY, M J 14 C30 HEARST ANNEX Introduction to Symbolic Programming C30 HEARST ANNEX Introduction to Symbolic Programming C30 HEARST ANNEX Introduction to Symbolic Programming C30 HEARST ANNEX Introduction to Symbolic Programming C30 HEARST ANNEX Introduction to Symbolic Programming C30 HEARST ANNEX Introduction to Symbolic Programming C30 HEARST ANNEX Introduction to Symbolic Programming UNSCHED C10 HEARST Introduction to Symbolic Programming 1−4 GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX (Self−Paced) Note: Computer Science 3S is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST Matlab for Programmers 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Note: Computer Science 9A is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST Pascal for Programmers 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Note: Computer Science 9B is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST C for Programmers 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Note: Computer Science 9C is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST Scheme and Functional Programming for 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Programmers Note: Computer Science 9D is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST Productive Use of the UNIX Environment 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Note: Computer Science 9E is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST C++ for Programmers 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Note: Computer Science 9F is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST JAVA for Programmers 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Note: Computer Science 9G is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. UNSCHED C10 HEARST Python for Programmers 1: PF GARCIA, D D TBA ANNEX Note: Computer Science 9H is a "computing service" course. A maximum of 5 units of credit may be earned toward graduation for courses categorized as Computer Science Service Courses. Students may enroll for additional units in such courses, but these units will be recognized only for the purpose of computing workload units on the study list. See the General Catalog for more information. Orientation meetings will be held on the first Monday and Tuesday of class. See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. F 12−2P 405 SODA Freshman/Sophomore Seminar 2: PF BARSKY, B A 18 FR Note: "The Art and Science of Photography: Drawing with Light" − Please see important requirements and instructions provided at fss.berkeley.edu and inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs39j/fa09. UNSCHED C10 HEARST ANNEX UNSCHED C10 HEARST ANNEX UNSCHED C10 HEARST ANNEX UNSCHED C10 HEARST ANNEX UNSCHED C10 HEARST ANNEX Completion of Work in Computer Science 61A 1 GARCIA, D D TBA Note: See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. 26259 26260 P 47A P 47B 002 SLF 001 SLF Completion of Work in Computer Science 61A Completion of Work in Computer Science 61B 1 1 GARCIA, D D GARCIA, D D TBA TBA Note: See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. 26262 26263 P 47B P 47C 002 SLF 001 SLF Completion of Work in Computer Science 61B 1 GARCIA, D D GARCIA, D D TBA TBA Completion of Work in Computer Science 61C 1 Note: See the website at inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~selfpace for more details. 55 26265 26266 26269 26272 P 47C P 61A S 61A S 61A 002 SLF 001 LEC 011 LAB 111 DIS MWF 2−3P M 330−5P W 330−5P UNSCHED C10 HEARST ANNEX 1 PIMENTEL C50 HEARST ANNEX 310 SODA Completion of Work in Computer Science 61C 1 The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Progra... 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The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Progra... 4 GARCIA, D D HARVEY, B TBA 15 Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26275 26278 S 61A S 61A 012 LAB 112 DIS M 5−630P W 5−630P C50 HEARST ANNEX 310 SODA Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26281 26284 S 61A S 61A 013 LAB 113 DIS Tu 8−930A Th 8−930A C50 HEARST ANNEX 71 EVANS Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26287 26290 S 61A S 61A 014 LAB 114 DIS Tu 930−11A Th 930−11A C50 HEARST ANNEX 4 EVANS Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26293 26296 S 61A S 61A 015 LAB 115 DIS Tu 11−1230P Th 11−1230P C50 HEARST ANNEX 71 EVANS Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26299 26302 S 61A S 61A 016 LAB 116 DIS Tu 1230−2P Th 1230−2P C50 HEARST ANNEX 71 EVANS Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26305 26308 S 61A S 61A 017 LAB 117 DIS Tu 2−330P Th 2−330P C50 HEARST ANNEX 85 EVANS Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26311 26314 S 61A S 61A 018 LAB 118 DIS Tu 330−5P Th 330−5P C50 HEARST ANNEX 385 LECONTE Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26317 26320 S 61A S 61A 019 LAB 119 DIS Tu 5−630P Th 5−630P C50 HEARST ANNEX B56 HILDEBRAND Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26323 26326 S 61A S 61A 020 LAB 120 DIS Tu 630−8P Th 630−8P C50 HEARST ANNEX B56 HILDEBRAND Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26329 26332 S 61A S 61A 021 LAB 121 DIS W 930−11A F 930−11A C50 HEARST ANNEX 310 SODA Note: The first section meeting will be in the lab rather than the discussion room. 26335 26338 S 61A S 61A 022 LAB 122 DIS W 11−1230P F 11−1230P C50 HEARST ANNEX 310 SODA 56 26341 26344 26347 26350 26353 26356 26359 26362 26365 26368 26371 26374 26377 26380 26383 26386 26389 26392 26395 26398 26401 26404 26407 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 26431 P S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S P S S S S S S P 61B 61B 61B 61B 61B 61B 61B 61B 61B 61CL 61CL 61CL 61CL 61CL 61CL 61CL 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 98 001 LEC 011 LAB 111 DIS 012 LAB 112 DIS 013 LAB 113 DIS 014 LAB 114 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 1−3 GRP MWF 1−2P Tu 9−11A Th 10−11A Tu 11−1P Th 11−12P Tu 1−3P Th 2−3P Tu 3−5P Th 3−4P F 3−4P TuTh 8−11A TuTh 11−2P TuTh 2−5P TuTh 5−8P WF 8−11A WF 11−2P MWF 11−12P W 4−5P W 5−6P Th 10−11A Th 11−12P Th 1−2P Th 2−3P 2060 VALLEY LSB 275 SODA 6 EVANS 275 SODA 6 EVANS 275 SODA 6 EVANS 275 SODA 6 EVANS 4 LECONTE 271 SODA 271 SODA 271 SODA 271 SODA 271 SODA 271 SODA 10 EVANS 87 EVANS 85 EVANS 75 EVANS 75 EVANS 85 EVANS 87 EVANS TBA Data Structures Data Structures Data Structures Data Structures Data Structures Data Structures Data Structures Data Structures Data Structures Machine Structures Machine Structures Machine Structures Machine Structures Machine Structures Machine Structures Machine Structures Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory Directed Group Study 4 HILFINGER, P N 12 4 CULLER, D E 8 4 RAO, S B 2 2 NONE FR, SO & BY CATEGORY Note: "Macintosh Student Developers for OS X" "GamesCrafters"; "UC Berkeley Undergraduate Graphics Group (UCBUGG)" P 99 P 150 1−4 IND 001 LEC Individual Study and Research for 1−2 NONE Undergraduates Components and Design Techniques for Digital 5 MAHARBIZ, M M 15 BY CATEGORY System... Note: Computer Science 150 has 3 hours of lecture, 1 hour of lecture/discussion, 1 hour of discussion, and 3 hours of lab. For Tele−BEARS, students enroll in a 4 hour lecture. Upper−division Computer Science courses are limited to EECS and LSComputer Science majors who have completed course prerequisites. Students who enroll and have NOT met the prerequisites will be dropped from the course. Students will not be allowed to take prerequisites concurrently. Also: F 2−3P, 306 SODA Tu 5−8P 125 CORY Components and Design Techniques for Digital System... W 9−12P 125 CORY Components and Design Techniques for Digital System... W 5−8P 125 CORY Components and Design Techniques for Digital System... Th 4−5P 125 CORY Components and Design Techniques for Digital System... Th 5−6P 125 CORY Components and Design Techniques for Digital System... F 9−10A 125 CORY Components and Design Techniques for Digital System... MW 1030−12P 306 SODA User Interface Design and Development 4 CANNY, J F 1 BY CATEGORY F 10−11A 405 SODA User Interface Design and Development F 11−12P 405 SODA User Interface Design and Development MW 9−1030A 306 SODA Computer Security 4 TYGAR, J D 16 BY CATEGORY Th 10−11A 71 EVANS Computer Security Th 11−12P 87 EVANS Computer Security Th 3−4P B51 HILDEBRAND Computer Security MW 4−530P 277 CORY Operating Systems and System Programming 4 KUBIATOWICZ, J D 13 BY CATEGORY Tu 10−11A 4 EVANS Operating Systems and System Programming Tu 11−12P 6 EVANS Operating Systems and System Programming Tu 2−3P 4 EVANS Operating Systems and System Programming Tu 3−4P 75 EVANS Operating Systems and System Programming TuTh 330−5P 306 SODA Programming Languages and Compilers 4 BODIK, R 20 W 12−1P 4 EVANS Programming Languages and Compilers W 2−3P 6 EVANS Programming Languages and Compilers TuTh 930−11A 534 DAVIS Software Engineering 4 NECULA, G 7 BY CATEGORY F 11−12P 85 EVANS Software Engineering F 12−1P 85 EVANS Software Engineering TuTh 1230−2P 306 SODA Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems 4 PAPADIMITRIOU, C H 17 BY CATEGORY Th 4−5P 75 EVANS Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems F 10−11A 71 EVANS Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems F 11−12P 71 EVANS Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems TuTh 1230−2P 320 SODA Computability and Complexity 4 TREVISAN, L 17 Th 4−5P 6 EVANS Computability and Complexity MW 230−4P 306 SODA Foundations of Computer Graphics 4 O'BRIEN, J 15 BY CATEGORY Tu 10−11A 405 SODA Foundations of Computer Graphics 306 SODA TBA TuTh 2−330P 26434 26437 26440 26443 26446 26449 26452 26455 26458 26461 26464 26467 26470 26473 26476 26479 26482 26485 26488 26491 26494 26497 26500 26503 26506 26509 26512 26515 26518 26521 26524 26527 S 150 S 150 S 150 S 150 S 150 S 150 P S S P S S S P S S S S P S S P S S P S S S P S P S 160 160 160 161 161 161 161 162 162 162 162 162 164 164 164 169 169 169 170 170 170 170 172 172 184 184 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 57 26530 26533 26536 26539 26542 26545 26548 26551 26554 26557 26560 26563 26566 26569 26572 26575 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S P S S S P S S S S S S P 184 186 186 186 186 188 188 188 188 188 188 188 C191 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 004 LEC 001 LEC 1−3 GRP Tu 11−12P MW 530−7P M 10−11A M 11−12P M 3−4P TuTh 11−1230P Th 3−4P Th 4−5P F 9−10A F 10−11A F 11−12P F 12−1P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 4−5P MW 1−230P MW 4−530P 405 SODA 277 CORY 71 EVANS 71 EVANS 105 LATIMER 145 DWINELLE 4 EVANS 71 EVANS 4 EVANS 75 EVANS 75 EVANS 75 EVANS 180 TAN 9 LEWIS 306 SODA 373 SODA TBA Foundations of Computer Graphics Introduction to Database Systems 4 Introduction to Database Systems Introduction to Database Systems Introduction to Database Systems Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 4 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Quantum Information Science and Technology 3 Quantum Information Science and Technology Special Topics 1−4 Social Implications of Computer Technology Directed Group Studies for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study 2: PF 2 FRANKLIN, M 14 BY CATEGORY KLEIN, D L 9 BY CATEGORY VAZIRANI, U V 17 Note: Cross−listed with Chemistry C191 section 1 and Physics C191 section 1. S C191 P 194 P C195 P 198 PATTERSON, D A HARVEY, B 12 13 NONE JR, SR Note: "Software as a Service" Also: FOX, A Note: Cross−listed with Interdisciplinary Studies Field Maj C155 section 1. Note: "Macintosh Student Developers for OS X" "GamesCrafters"; "UC Berkeley Undergraduate Graphics Group (UCBUGG)" P 199 1−48 IND TBA 1−4 NONE JR, SR ENERGY AND RESOURCES GROUP Control Number 27403 27406 27409 27412 27415 27418 27421 27424 27427 27436 SEE DEPT 27448 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 98 P C100 S S S S S S P C100 C100 C100 C100 C100 C100 170 001 GRP 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 SEM 001 GRP 1−2 IND 004 IND 5−6 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE 5 M 5−630P TuTh 2−330P Tu 1−2P Tu 1−2P W 9−10A W 9−10A M 9−10A M 9−10A TuTh 1230−2P M 5−630P 140 BARROWS A1 HEARST ANNEX 174 BARROWS 175 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 50 BARROWS 140 BARROWS TBA Directed Group Study for Lower Division Students Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Environmental Classics Directed Group Studies for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study and Research Supervised Independent Study and Research Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4: PF KAMMEN, D M 4 KAMMEN, D M KAMMEN, D M KAMMEN, D M KAMMEN, D M KAMMEN, D M KAMMEN, D M KAMMEN, D M NORGAARD, R B Note: Cross−listed with Public Policy C184 section 1. 3 17 NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: "History of Evolution and Environmental Thinking and Writing" P 198 P 199 P 199 P 199 1−4: PF KAMMEN, D M 1−4 1−4: PF NORGAARD, R B 1−4 M 10−12P 115 BARROWS TBA ENGINEERING Control Number 27603 27606 27609 27612 27615 27618 Course Section Number P S S S S P 5 5 5 5 5 7 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 16 MWF 9−10A M 3−6P M 3−6P MW 12−1P 106 STANLEY 179 STANLEY 101 WHEELER 10 EVANS Solid−State Science for Engineers Solid−State Science for Engineers Solid−State Science for Engineers Solid−State Science for Engineers Solid−State Science for Engineers Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... DEVINE, T M 4 HOROWITZ, R 12 58 27621 27624 P7 S7 002 LEC 101 DIS MW 1−2P F 12−1P 4 LECONTE 4 LECONTE Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists... 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Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis Engineering Design and Analysis 4 FRENKLACH, M Y HOROWITZ, R 12 Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27627 27630 S7 S7 201 DIS 011 LAB F 1−2P TuTh 8−10A 4 LECONTE 1109 ETCHEVERRY FRENKLACH, M Y Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27633 S7 012 LAB TuTh 10−12P 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27636 S7 013 LAB TuTh 12−2P 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27639 S7 014 LAB TuTh 2−4P 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27642 S7 015 LAB TuTh 4−6P 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27645 S7 016 LAB MW 8−10A 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27648 S7 017 LAB MW 10−12P 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27651 S7 018 LAB MW 2−4P 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27654 S7 019 LAB MW 4−6P 1109 ETCHEVERRY Note: Engineering 7 DIS and LAB sections will not meet during the first week of classes. 27657 27660 27663 27666 27669 27672 27675 27678 27681 27684 27687 27690 27693 27696 27699 27702 27705 27708 27711 27714 S7 S7 S7 S7 S7 P 10 S S S P S S S P S S S P 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 020 LAB 021 LAB 022 LAB 023 LAB 024 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 002 LEC 201 LAB 202 LAB 203 LAB 003 LEC 301 LAB 302 LAB 303 LAB 004 LEC 401 LAB 402 LAB MW 2−4P TuTh 10−12P TuTh 12−2P TuTh 2−4P TuTh 4−6P MWF 10−11A Tu 2−5P W 2−5P Th 2−5P MWF 10−11A Tu 2−5P W 2−5P Th 2−5P MWF 10−11A Tu 2−5P W 2−5P Th 2−5P MWF 10−11A Tu 2−5P W 2−5P 2109 ETCHEVERRY 2109 ETCHEVERRY 2109 ETCHEVERRY 2109 ETCHEVERRY 2109 ETCHEVERRY 180 TAN 55 EVANS 35 EVANS 51 EVANS 145 MCCONE 51 EVANS 55 EVANS 55 EVANS 155 DONNER LAB 237 CORY 61 EVANS 237 CORY 101 MOFFITT 128 HEARST MIN 128 HEARST MIN 3 LEACHMAN, R C 1 Note: Also: JOHNSON, G C 3 HERMANOWICZ, S W 1 Note: Also: JOHNSON, G C 3 JOHNSON, G C 1 3 DEVINE, T M 1 Note: Also: JOHNSON, G C S 10 S 10 59 27717 27720 27723 27726 27729 27732 27735 27738 27741 27744 27747 27750 27753 27756 27759 27762 27765 27768 27771 27774 27777 27780 27783 27786 27789 27792 27795 S P S S S S P S S S S S S S S P 10 28 28 28 28 28 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 47 403 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 001 IND 002 IND 003 IND 004 IND 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC Th 2−5P M 2−3P W 3−6P W 3−6P Th 3−6P Th 3−6P MWF 12−1P Tu 8−11A Tu 2−5P W 8−11A W 2−5P Th 8−11A Th 2−5P F 8−11A F 2−5P 128 HEARST MIN 106 STANLEY 100 LEWIS 230 HEARST MIN 230 HEARST MIN 230 HEARST MIN 230 HEARST MIN 230 HEARST MIN 230 HEARST MIN 230 HEARST MIN 230 HEARST MIN P 47 P 47 P 47 P P P S P 92 115 120 120 130AC M 4−5P MW 10−12P MW 10−11A F 10−11A MWF 12−1P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 11−1230P 10 EVANS 3108 ETCHEVERRY 4 LECONTE 4 LECONTE 225A BECHTEL 225A BECHTEL 9 EVANS 225A BECHTEL Engineering Design and Analysis Basic Engineering Design Graphics Basic Engineering Design Graphics Basic Engineering Design Graphics Basic Engineering Design Graphics Basic Engineering Design Graphics Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Properties of Materials Supplementary Work in Lower Division Engineering Supplementary Work in Lower Division Engineering Supplementary Work in Lower Division Engineering Supplementary Work in Lower Division Engineering Perspectives in Engineering Engineering Thermodynamics Principles of Engineering Economics Principles of Engineering Economics Cases and Conflicts in Engineering Ethics Cases and Conflicts in Engineering Ethics Cases and Conflicts in Engineering Ethics Technical Communication for Non−Native Speakers of ... Technical Communication for Non−Native Speakers of ... 3 MCMAINS, S 15 3 GRONSKY, R 18 1−3 1−3 1−3 1−3 1: PF 4 3 3 3 3 3 MONTEIRO, P J LIEU, D K GRONSKY, R CHANG−HASNAIN, C J DOYLE, F M GLAESER, A M ADLER, I SENG, H W SOKOLIK, M E SOKOLIK, M E JONES, S M TBA TBA TBA TBA NONE 1 1 18 20 5 9 BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; P 130AC 002 LEC P 130AC 003 LEC P 140 001 LEC Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: Formerly IDS 140. Section 1 is restricted to undergraduate students. Contact the College of Engineering at 230 Bechtel Engineering Center for more information. 27798 P 140 002 LEC TuTh 2−330P 225A BECHTEL 3 JONES, S M 5 Note: Formerly IDS 140. Section 2 is restricted to graduate students. Contact the College of Engineering at 230 Bechtel Engineering Center for more information. 27801 27804 27807 27810 27813 27816 27819 P 147 P 147 P 147 P 147 P 170 S 170 P 190 001 IND 002 IND 003 IND 004 IND 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC Supplementary Work in Upper Division 1−3 SAVAS, O TBA Engineering Supplementary Work in Upper Division 1−3 ARMERO, F TBA Engineering Supplementary Work in Upper Division 1−3 TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Engineering Supplementary Work in Upper Division 1−3 TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Engineering TuTh 330−5P 2 EVANS Introduction to Modeling and Simulation 4 VERBONCOEUR, J 20 W 4−5P 75 EVANS Introduction to Modeling and Simulation VERBONCOEUR, J MWF 4−5P 225A BECHTEL Technical Communication 3 SENG, H W NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This section is required for students who place in Engineering 190E on the Placement Test. All students who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test will be given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, see the website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. MWF 11−12P 225A BECHTEL Technical Communication 3 KRISTEL, M P NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm MWF 1−2P 225A BECHTEL Technical Communication 3 WELSH, J NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. MWF 2−3P 225A BECHTEL Technical Communication 3 WELSH, J NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This section is required for students who place in Engineering 190E on the Placement Test. All students who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test will be given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, see the website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. TuTh 930−11A 225A BECHTEL Technical Communication 3 PHILIPPI, T R NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will 27822 P 190 002 LEC 27825 P 190 003 LEC 27828 P 190 004 LEC 27831 P 190 005 LEC 60 27834 P 190 006 LEC 27837 P 190 007 LEC 27840 P 190 008 LEC 27843 P 190 009 LEC 27846 P 190 010 LEC 27849 P 190 011 LEC 27852 P 190 012 LEC 27861 P 198 001 GRP 27864 P 198 002 GRP be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. Technical Communication 3 PHILIPPI, T R NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. TuTh 11−1230P 237 CORY Technical Communication 3 BIBBS, C S NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. TuTh 1230−2P 237 CORY Technical Communication 3 BIBBS, C S NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. MWF 10−11A 225A BECHTEL Technical Communication 3 KRISTEL, M P NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. TuTh 930−11A 237 CORY Technical Communication 3 NEVADER, A S NONE Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. TuTh 1230−2P 225A BECHTEL Technical Communication 3 NEVADER, A S NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: All students, both grad and undergrad, who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test is given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall semester, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring semester and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, please refer to the program website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. TuTh 2−3P 179 STANLEY Technical Communication 3 NONE Note: This section is required for students who place in Engineering 190E on the Placement Test. All students who intend to take 190 or for whom 190 is a requirement must take the Engineering 190 Placement Test. The test will be given 3 times each academic year: a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the fall, a week before Tele−BEARS begins in the spring and the week before the fall semester begins. The test will not be given at any other time. The results of the test will be used to assign students to designated sections of Engineering 140 or 190. For the specific times and places of the test, see the website at coe.berkeley.edu/ids/techcomm. Directed Group Studies for Advanced 1−4: PF SIDHU, I NONE JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Undergraduates Note: "Distinguished Innovator Lecture Series" − An excellent course for aspiring entrepreneurs who want to learn from those with experience. It offers a changing roster of guest lectures featuring successful entrepreneurs, investors, and service providers. Topics vary but typically include evaluation of technologies and business ideas; commercializing new technologies in existing enterprises, as well as starting new businesses; obtaining financing through private and public sources; legal and business issues; product development; marketing; strategic partnerships; and personal accounts of successes, failures, and lessons learned. Directed Group Studies for Advanced 1−4: PF LIEU, D K NONE JR, SR Undergraduates ENGLISH Control Number 27953 27956 27959 27962 27965 27968 27971 27974 27977 27980 Course Section Number P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC 007 LEC 008 LEC 009 LEC 010 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA MWF 9−10A MWF 9−10A MWF 10−11A MWF 11−12P MWF 12−1P MWF 12−1P MWF 1−2P MWF 2−3P MWF 3−4P MW 4−530P 222 WHEELER 221 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 203 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 222 WHEELER Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 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4 LANDRETH, D 18 UG &L &S &BY CATEGORY 4 ALTIERI, C F 2 UG &L &S &BY CATEGORY 4 PUCKETT, K 15 UG &L &S &BY CATEGORY 62 28094 28097 28100 28103 28106 28109 28112 28115 28118 28121 28124 28127 28130 28133 28136 28139 28142 28145 28148 28151 28153 SEE DEPT S S P S S S S P S S S P S S S S S S P P P P 45B 45B 45C 45C 45C 45C 45C 45C 45C 45C 45C C77 C77 C77 C77 C77 C77 C77 84 84 84 98 202 DIS 203 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 SEM 002 SEM 003 SEM 1−18 GRP F 2−3P F 2−3P MW 1−2P F 1−2P F 1−2P F 1−2P F 1−2P MW 3−4P F 3−4P F 3−4P F 3−4P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 4−530P F 4−530P Th 2−330P F 4−530P Th 4−530P Tu 2−330P W 6−9P Tu 330−530P 174 BARROWS 223 DWINELLE 277 CORY 109 DWINELLE 123 WHEELER 122 WHEELER 215 DWINELLE 160 KROEBER 156 DWINELLE 215 DWINELLE 136 BARROWS 100 GPB 87 DWINELLE 254 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 300 WHEELER 305 WHEELER Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Literature in English Introduction to Environmental Studies 4 SERPELL, C N 12 UG &L &S &BY CATEGORY 4 HEJINIAN, L 8 UG &L &S &BY CATEGORY 4 HASS, R 17 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Environ Sci, Policy, and Management C12 section 1 and Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C12 section 1. Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Sophomore Seminar 2: PF BADER, J K TBA SO Sophomore Seminar 1: PF WONG, H D TBA SO Sophomore Seminar 2 COOLIDGE, J S TBA SO TBA Directed Group Study for Freshmen and 1−4 NONE Sophomores Note: All DE−Cal classes must have approval by Friday, May 1, 2009, so any student wishing to establish one of these sections must submit the necessary forms by then; please read the section on DE−Cal classes in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu; select "courses". If you want to enroll in a DE−Cal class, please check the DE−Cal website at www.decal.org for the content of the various courses. TBA Independent Study 1−4 NONE Note: Independent study courses require a written application, obtainable in 322 Wheeler Hall (the English Department Office). 28226 28229 28232 28235 28238 28241 28244 28247 28250 28253 28256 28259 28262 28265 28268 28271 28274 28277 28280 28283 P C107 P P P P P S S S P P P P P P P 117A 117S 118 122 125A 125A 125A 125A 125C 125D 130A 130B 131 132 133B 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC MWF 2−3P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 1230−2P MW 3−4P F 3−4P F 3−4P F 3−4P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 2−330P MWF 12−1P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 930−11A MWF 3−4P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 1230−2P MW 4−530P MWF 1−2P 4 LECONTE 166 BARROWS 120 LATIMER 180 TAN 20 BARROWS 102 MOFFITT 209 DWINELLE 229 DWINELLE 223 DWINELLE 166 BARROWS 101 MOFFITT 166 BARROWS 130 WHEELER 277 CORY 60 EVANS 56 BARROWS 160 DWINELLE 170 BARROWS 200 WHEELER The English Bible As Literature Shakespeare Shakespeare Milton Victorian Period The English Novel The English Novel The English Novel The English Novel The European Novel The 20th−Century Novel American Literature: Before 1800 American Literature: 1800−1865 American Poetry American Novel African American Literature and Culture Since 1917 Topics in American Studies 4 4 4 4 4 4 GOLDSMITH, S THE STAFF ADELMAN, J GOODMAN, K BLANTON, C D SORENSEN, J L 15 20 17 5 17 8 BY CATEGORY UG &L &S &BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Religious Studies C119 section 1. SEE DEPT P 99 1−6 IND 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PAPERNO, I JONES, D V TAMARKIN, E C BREITWIESER, M R HASS, R LEE, S S WAGNER, B GONZALEZ, R M 5 5 18 17 7 8 5 17 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY P C136 P C136 P 141 P 143A Note: Cross−listed with American Studies C111E section 1. Topics in American Studies 4 MCQUADE, D A 13 BY CATEGORY Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, 4 CHANDRA, M J NONE Etc.) TuTh 930−11A 305 WHEELER Short Fiction 4 CHANDRA, V NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the required writing sample and other information. TuTh 1230−2P 305 WHEELER Short Fiction 4 BLAISE, B NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the required writing sample and other information. M 3−6P 305 WHEELER Verse 4 GISCOMBE, C S NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the required writing sample and other information. W 3−6P 305 WHEELER Verse 4 BOUVIER, G NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the required writing sample and other information. TuTh 11−1230P 305 WHEELER Verse 4 SHOPTAW, J NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the required writing sample and other information. 28286 P 143A 002 LEC 28289 P 143B 001 LEC 28292 P 143B 002 LEC 28295 P 143B 003 LEC 63 28298 P 143N 001 LEC 28301 28304 28307 28310 28313 28316 28319 28322 28325 28328 28331 28334 28337 28340 28343 28346 28349 28352 28355 28358 28361 28364 28367 28370 28373 28376 28379 P P P P P S 165 165 166 166 166 166 001 SEM 002 SEM 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 301 DIS TuTh 2−330P 305 WHEELER Prose Nonfiction 4 GISCOMBE, C S NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the required writing sample and other information. TuTh 11−1230P 121 WHEELER Special Topics 4 DUNCAN, I TBA UG & L &S TuTh 1230−2P 106 DWINELLE Special Topics 4 CAMPION, J TBA UG & L &S TuTh 11−1230P 170 BARROWS Special Topics 4 SALDIVAR, J D 9 BY CATEGORY TuTh 330−5P 110 WHEELER Special Topics 4 BLAISE, B 20 BY CATEGORY MW 4−530P 210 WHEELER Special Topics 4 MILLER, D A 13 BY CATEGORY Tu 6−9P 220 WHEELER Special Topics MILLER, D A Note: This sections is for film screenings. TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 330−5P MWF 1−2P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 930−11A MW 12−130P MW 4−530P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 930−11A TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 5−630P 110 BARROWS 122 WHEELER 170 BARROWS 102 WURSTER 123 WHEELER 301 WHEELER 221 WHEELER 225 WHEELER 109 WHEELER 203 WHEELER 224 WHEELER 203 WHEELER 206 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 222 WHEELER 206 WHEELER 225 WHEELER 109 WHEELER 225 WHEELER 183 DWINELLE Special Topics in American Cultures Literature and Disability The Epic Lyric Verse The Romance Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar Research Seminar 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 DONEGAN, K M KLEEGE, G ALTIERI, C F FALCI, E MILLER, J MILLER, D A TAMARKIN, E C BLANTON, C D BREITWIESER, M R GOBLE, M A RUBENSTEIN, M D SAUL, S A ELLIS, N KLEEGE, G PADILLA, G SAUL, S A STARR, G A ABEL, E HANSON, K STARR, G A 9 20 12 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY P 166AC 001 LEC P 175 P 180E P 180L P 180R P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 P 190 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM 002 SEM 003 SEM 004 SEM 005 SEM 006 SEM 007 SEM 008 SEM 009 SEM 010 SEM 011 SEM 012 SEM 013 SEM 014 SEM 015 SEM Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: Also: NOLAN, M B 17 BY CATEGORY 7 BY CATEGORY NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S NONE UG &L &S Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. Note: This course is open to upper−division English majors only. P H195A 001 LEC MWF 11−12P 121 WHEELER Honors Course 4: T1 PREMNATH, G NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the minimum G.P.A. requirements, the required writing sample and other information. TuTh 330−5P 222 WHEELER Honors Course 4: T1 GONZALEZ, R M NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the minimum G.P.A. requirements, the required writing sample and other information. TuTh 330−5P 24 WHEELER Honors Course 4: T1 RUBENSTEIN, M D NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: This is an instructor approved course, and enrollment is limited. To be considered for admission, you must submit a writing sample and an application form by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, 2009; please read the course description in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu (select "courses") for details concerning the minimum G.P.A. requirements, the required writing sample and other information. Tu 5−8P 206 WHEELER Directed Group Study 1−4: PF BREITWIESER, M R NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 28382 P H195A 002 LEC 28385 P H195A 003 LEC SEE DEPT P 198 001 GRP 64 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 198 P 199 2−18 GRP 1−20 IND Note: All DE−Cal classes must have approval by Friday, May 1, 2009, so any student wishing to establish one of these sections must submit the necessary forms by then; please read the section on DE−Cal classes in the "Announcement of Classes" on our website at english.berkeley.edu; select "courses". If you want to enroll in a DE−Cal class, please check the DE−Cal website at www.decal.org for the content of the various courses. TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE JR, SR TBA Supervised Independent Study for Advanced Undergrad... 1−4 NONE UG JR, SR Note: Independent study courses require a written application, obtainable in 322 Wheeler Hall (the English Department Office). ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Control Number 28803 28806 28809 28812 28815 28818 28821 28824 Course Section Number P S S S S S P P 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 11A 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TuTh 330−5P W 10−11A W 1−2P Th 10−11A Th 2−3P Th 6−7P Tu 5−830P MW 8−9A 28827 28830 S 11A P 11B 101 STD 001 LEC 28833 28836 28839 28842 28845 28848 28851 28854 28857 28860 S 11B P 101A 101 STD 001 LAB People and Environmental Design 3 JEWELL, L L 20 FR, SO & BY CATEGORY People and Environmental Design People and Environmental Design People and Environmental Design People and Environmental Design People and Environmental Design The Literature of Space 3 STONER, J 14 Introduction to Visual Representation and 4 GUTIERREZ, M NONE FR, SO & BY CATEGORY Drawing Note: Prerequisite: Environmental Design 1 or 4 − No Exceptions. Enroll directly into the lecture and studio sections. Students will be evaluated and assigned section instructors on the first day of class, or at a time that the instructors deem necessary. Also: HAWKINSON, K MW 9−12P 501 WURSTER Introduction to Visual Representation and GUTIERREZ, M Drawing MWF 9−10A 102 WURSTER Introduction to Design 4 HOOD, W J NONE SO, JR & BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite: Environmental Design 11A − No Exceptions. Enroll directly into the lecture and studio sections. Students will be evaluated and assigned section instructors on the first day of class, or at a time that the instructors deem necessary. MW 10−1P 601 WURSTER Introduction to Design HOOD, W J Note: Also: VALIN, I A Tu 6−9P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 1−2P W 12−1P Th 10−11A Th 4−5P W 5−7P 104 WURSTER 112 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 170 WURSTER B51 HILDEBRAND 270 WURSTER Writing about Environmental Design: Short Compositi... American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 Senior Thesis Senior Thesis Senior Thesis 2−4 4 LIFCHEZ, R GROTH, P E NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ 9 112 WURSTER 801A WURSTER 701A WURSTER 501A WURSTER 601A WURSTER 50 BARROWS 270 WURSTER 112 WURSTER P C169A 001 LEC S S S S P P P C169A C169A C169A C169A 195 195 195 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 IND 002 IND 003 IND Note: Cross−listed with Geography C160A section 1 and American Studies C112A section 1. 4 4 4 LIFCHEZ, R SHANKEN, A ANDERSON, M S 14 TBA TBA BY CATEGORY CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ ENVIRON SCI, POLICY, AND MANAGEMENT Control Number 28903 28906 28909 28912 28915 28918 28921 28927 28930 28933 28936 28939 Course Section Number P2 S S S S S P S S S S S 2 2 2 2 2 6 C11 C11 C11 C11 C11 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 5 TuTh 2−330P W 2−3P W 9−10A Tu 4−5P Th 8−9A W 2−3P TuTh 8−930A 159 MULFORD 2030 VALLEY LSB 2305 TOLMAN 2066 VALLEY LSB 2311 TOLMAN 103 GPB 159 MULFORD CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED The Biosphere The Biosphere The Biosphere The Biosphere The Biosphere The Biosphere Environmental Biology Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest BANFIELD, J F Note: Also: BALDOCCHI, D D 3 CHAPELA, I H 11 65 28942 28945 28948 28951 28954 28957 28960 28963 28966 28969 28972 28975 28978 28981 28984 28987 28990 28993 S S S P S S S S S S P C11 C11 C11 C12 C12 C12 C12 C12 C12 C12 24 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 SEM 002 SEM 003 SEM 004 SEM 005 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 1230−2P Tu 4−530P F 4−530P Th 2−330P F 4−530P Th 4−530P Tu 2−330P F 9−10A Th 2−3P W 3−4P CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED 100 GPB 87 DWINELLE 254 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 106 MULFORD 306 WELLMAN 106 MULFORD Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar Insects and Human Society Biological Control Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Manage... 4 SPOSITO, G 17 Note: Cross−listed with English C77 section 1 and Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C12 section 1. Also: HASS, R 1: PF 1 1: PF 1: PF 1 2 2 4 WOOD, D L LANE, R S SPIETH, P T TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 2 17 2 FR FR FR FR FR Note: "Issues in Natural Resource Conservation" P 24 P 24 P P P P P 24 24 40 44 50AC Note: "Insects, Ticks and Human Diseases" Note: "Discussions on Evolutionary Biology" MW 11−12P TuTh 1−2P MWF 11−12P 2060 VALLEY LSB 101 MOFFITT 100 LEWIS WILL, K W MILLS, N J SPREYER, K Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 28996 S 50AC 101 DIS M 1−2P 2305 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 28999 S 50AC 102 DIS M 4−5P 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29002 S 50AC 103 DIS Tu 9−10A 2311 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29005 S 50AC 104 DIS W 8−9A 35 EVANS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29008 S 50AC 105 DIS Tu 2−3P 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29011 S 50AC 106 DIS W 1−2P 203 WHEELER Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29014 S 50AC 107 DIS M 2−3P 242 DWINELLE Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29017 S 50AC 108 DIS Th 3−4P 2070 VALLEY LSB Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29020 S 50AC 109 DIS W 3−4P 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29023 S 50AC 110 DIS Th 2−3P 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29026 S 50AC 111 DIS Th 10−11A 2304 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29028 29029 P 78A P 90 001 LEC 001 LEC W 5−7P M 2−4P 2066 VALLEY LSB 141 GIANNINI Teaching and Learning Environmental Science 4 Introduction to Conservation and Resource 2 Studies M... HUNTSINGER, L FRANKIE, G W 14 NONE SO, JR, SR 66 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 29095 29098 29101 29104 29107 29110 29113 29116 29119 29122 29125 29128 29131 29134 29137 29140 P 98 P 99 P 100 S P S P S P P S S S S P 100 102A 102A 102B 102B 102BL C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 106 1−11 GRP 1−10 IND 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC TuTh 2−330P TBA TBA 160 DWINELLE UNSCHED NOFACILITY 132 MULFORD 132 MULFORD 31 EVANS 124 MULFORD 124 MULFORD 240 MULFORD 36 MULFORD 2038 VALLEY LSB 104 GPB 36 MULFORD 36 MULFORD Directed Group Study in ESPM Supervised Independent Study and Research Environmental Problem Solving Environmental Problem Solving Terrestrial Resource Ecology Terrestrial Resource Ecology Natural Resource Sampling Natural Resource Sampling Laboratory in Natural Resource Sampling Principles of Conservation Biology 1−3 1−3 4 FRANKIE, G W NONE FR, SO NONE FR, SO 5 BY CATEGORY Note: ($16 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) MWF 11−12P Tu 1−5P TuTh 10−11A W 1−5P W 1−5P TuTh 930−11A F 9−1030A Th 2−330P Th 11−1230P F 1030−12P M 11−12P 4 2 2 4 BATTLES, J J BIGING, G S BIGING, G S KREMEN, C 2 19 12 7 Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C156 section 1. Principles of Conservation Biology Principles of Conservation Biology Principles of Conservation Biology Principles of Conservation Biology American Wildlife: Identification and 3 BARRETT, R H 2 Conservation M 2−5P 36 MULFORD American Wildlife: Identification and Conservation Tu 2−5P 36 MULFORD American Wildlife: Identification and Conservation MTuThF 9−12P 3059 VALLEY LSB Biology and Geomorphology of Tropical Islands 13 MISHLER, B D 7 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: ($4,186−$4,806 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − A $500 non−refundable deposit is payable prior to the beginning of the semester. Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C158 section 1. Instructor approval for C107 is required. Check with the Integrative Biology Department for applications, (510)642−3281. Also: HICKMAN, C S; RODERICK, G K; BARTOLOME, J W TuTh 11−12P 132 MULFORD Trees: Taxonomy, Growth, and Structures 3 DODD, R S 9 Th 2−5P 132 MULFORD Trees: Taxonomy, Growth, and Structures TuTh 9−10A 2032 VALLEY LSB Forest Genetics 3 DODD, R S 7 W 1−2P 2038 VALLEY LSB Forest Genetics TuTh 11−12P 2038 VALLEY LSB Biology of Aquatic Insects 2 RESH, V H 9 Tu 4−7P 141 GIANNINI Urban Garden Ecosystems 4 ALTIERI, M A 20 F 8−10A OFF CAMPUS Urban Garden Ecosystems Note: Lab sections will be held in the Student Organic Garden located at the corner of Virginia Street and Walnut Street. 29164 29167 29170 29173 29176 29179 29182 29185 29188 29191 29194 29197 29200 29203 29206 29209 S 117 S 117 P S P P 118 118 119 120 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Th 330−5P TuTh 930−11A MWF 10−11A M 4−530P Th 930−11A Th 11−1230P Th 1230−2P Th 2−330P Th 4−530P F 10−12P F 1−3P TuTh 930−11A M 2−5P TuTh 11−12P MWF 10−11A OFF CAMPUS OFF CAMPUS 132 MULFORD 132 MULFORD 306 WELLMAN 132 MULFORD CANCELLED 2326 TOLMAN 101 LSA 101 BARKER 2311 TOLMAN 2305 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 35 EVANS Urban Garden Ecosystems Urban Garden Ecosystems Agricultural Ecology Agricultural Ecology Chemical Ecology Soil Characteristics Biometeorology Special Topics in Environmental Science, Policy, an... Sociology of Natural Resources American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History 3 2 3 3 2−4 4 4 ALTIERI, M A KUBO, I AMUNDSON, R G BALDOCCHI, D D HIGBIE, W R FORTMANN, L P MERCHANT, C 7 9 1 2 20 7 1 Note: Lab sections will be held in the Student Organic Garden located at the corner of Virginia Street and Walnut Street. Note: Lab sections will be held in the Student Organic Garden located at the corner of Virginia Street and Walnut Street. S 106 S 106 P C107 29143 29146 29149 29152 29155 29158 29161 P S P S P P S 108A 108A 108B 108B 115B 117 117 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB Note: Also: PALLUD, C E P C129 P 150 Note: Cross−listed with Earth and Planetary Science C129 section 1. P 155 001 LEC P 160AC 001 LEC S 160AC 101 DIS S 160AC 102 DIS S 160AC 103 DIS S 160AC 104 DIS S 160AC 105 DIS S 160AC 106 DIS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with History 120AC section 1. Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 67 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29212 29215 29218 29221 29224 P S S S P 161 161 161 161 163AC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC MW 3−4P Tu 11−12P Tu 10−11A Tu 1−2P MW 2−3P 9 LEWIS 2319 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 2040 VALLEY LSB Environmental Philosophy and Ethics 3 Environmental Philosophy and Ethics Environmental Philosophy and Ethics Environmental Philosophy and Ethics Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and 4 the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Political Ecology International Environmental Politics International Environmental Politics International Environmental Politics International Environmental Politics International Environmental Politics Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Agroforestry Systems Agroforestry Systems Applied Forest Ecology Applied Forest Ecology Management and Conservation of Rangeland Ecosystems Management and Conservation of Rangeland Ecosystems Molecular Approaches to Environmental Problem Solvi... Environmental Education MERCHANT, C 8 O'ROURKE, D J 15 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Sociology 128AC section 1. 29227 S 163AC 101 DIS Th 10−11A 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29230 S 163AC 102 DIS F 10−11A 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29233 S 163AC 103 DIS F 1−2P 2305 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29236 S 163AC 104 DIS Th 9−10A 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29239 S 163AC 105 DIS Th 8−9A 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29242 S 163AC 106 DIS F 12−1P 2305 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29245 S 163AC 107 DIS Th 12−1P 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29248 S 163AC 108 DIS F 10−11A 35 EVANS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 29254 29257 29260 29263 29266 29269 29272 29275 29278 29281 29284 29287 29290 29293 29296 29299 29302 29305 29308 29311 29314 29317 29320 29323 29326 29329 S S S S S S S S S P P S S S S P S P S P S P C167 C167 C167 C167 C167 C167 C167 C167 C167 168 169 169 169 169 169 172 172 184 184 185 185 186 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC MW 3−4P TuTh 9−11A Tu 12−2P 101 LSA 4635 TOLMAN 106 MULFORD CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED 150 GSPP 102 WURSTER 2311 TOLMAN 2305 TOLMAN 2319 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 240 MULFORD 124 MULFORD 132 MULFORD 306 WELLMAN 132 MULFORD 132 MULFORD 306 WELLMAN TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 11−1230P M 9−10A Tu 10−11A W 12−1P Th 10−11A MW 10−11A M 2−5P W 4−6P M 2−5P MWF 9−10A F 1−5P MWF 9−10A 4 4 PELUSO, N L O'NEILL, K M 17 9 3 3 4 4 GONG, P 1 13 O'HARA, K L HUNTSINGER, L 16 16 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN S 186 P 192 2 3 LINDOW, S E HURST, J G O'NEILL, K M 8 7 SR & BY CATEGORY CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ P C193A 001 LEC P 194 001 SEM Note: Cross−listed with Education C193A section 1. Senior Seminar in Conservation and Resource 2 Studies NONE JR, SR & CONSERVSTUDIES, CONSERV NATRL RSRCS &BY CATEGORY 68 29332 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 194 P 195 P H196 P 196A P 196B P 197 P 198 002 SEM 1−5 IND 1−85 IND 1−3 INT 1−3 INT 1−13 FLD 1−11 GRP TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Senior Seminar in Conservation and Resource 2 Studies Senior Thesis 3−4 Honors Research Internship in ESPM−−Field Module Internship in ESPM−−Research/Seminar Module Field Study in Environmental Science, Policy, and M... Directed Group Studies for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study and Research 4 3−8 2−5 1−3 1−3 THE STAFF NONE JR, SR & CONSERVSTUDIES, CONSERV NATRL RSRCS NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: "College of Natural Resources Peer Advising Leadership Program" − For details see the website at nature.berkeley.edu/site/pal.php. P 199 1−73 IND TBA 1−4 NONE JR, SR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Control Number 30603 30606 30609 30612 30615 30618 30621 30624 30627 30636 Course Section Number P 10 S S S S S S P 10 10 10 10 10 10 10L 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 FLD 001 SEM 001 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 16 UG MWF 9−10A M 10−12P M 12−2P Tu 8−10A Th 8−10A F 12−2P F 2−4P 390 HEARST MIN 35 EVANS 35 EVANS 51 EVANS 51 EVANS 39 EVANS 31 EVANS UNSCHED NOFACILITY 72 EVANS 240 MULFORD Introduction to Environmental Sciences Introduction to Environmental Sciences Introduction to Environmental Sciences Introduction to Environmental Sciences Introduction to Environmental Sciences Introduction to Environmental Sciences Introduction to Environmental Sciences Field Study in Environmental Sciences Freshman Seminar Senior Research Seminar in Environmental Sciences Senior Research Seminar in Environmental Sciences BERRY, W B Note: Students enrolling in Environmental Sciences 10 should also enroll in Environmental Sciences 10L. Also: KONDOLF, G M 1 1: PF 3 BERRY, W B BERRY, W B COLE, E S NONE UG TBA FR NONE JR, SR Note: Also: KONDOLF, G M P 24 P 196A W 4−5P MW 12−2P Note: Environmental Sciences 196A is available to declared seniors who have completed Environmental Sciences 100. Please see Carol Snow in 359 Campbell Hall if you have any questions. 30639 P 196A 002 SEM MW 12−2P 106 MULFORD 3 TURNER, R L NONE JR, SR Note: Environmental Sciences 196A is available to declared seniors who have completed Environmental Sciences 100. Please see Carol Snow in 359 Campbell Hall if you have any questions. ETHNIC STUDIES Control Number 30803 30806 30809 30812 30815 30818 30821 30824 Course Section Number P 10A S 10A S 10A S 10A S 10A S 10A S 10A 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 7 TuTh 930−11A W 11−12P M 2−3P Tu 8−9A F 3−4P F 2−3P Tu 4−5P MWF 1−2P 4 LECONTE 104 BARROWS 121 WHEELER 104 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 104 BARROWS 145 DWINELLE P 20AC 001 LEC A History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North Am... A History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North Am... A History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North Am... A History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North Am... A History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North Am... A History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North Am... A History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North Am... Introduction to Ethnic Studies MONTEJANO, D THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 4 MALDONADO TORRES, 12 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 69 30827 30830 30833 30836 30839 30842 30845 S 20AC 101 DIS S 20AC 102 DIS S 20AC 103 DIS S 20AC 104 DIS S 20AC 105 DIS S 20AC 106 DIS P 41AC 001 LEC M 4−5P W 3−4P F 2−3P Tu 10−11A Th 9−10A M 9−10A M 2−5P 104 BARROWS 175 BARROWS 121 WHEELER 255 DWINELLE 121 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 120 LATIMER Introduction to Ethnic Studies Introduction to Ethnic Studies Introduction to Ethnic Studies Introduction to Ethnic Studies Introduction to Ethnic Studies Introduction to Ethnic Studies A Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Since the... A Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Since the... A Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Since the... A Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Since the... A Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Since the... Field Study in Communities of Color 1−3 4 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF MUNOZ, C 15 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 30848 S 41AC 101 DIS W 4−5P 121 WHEELER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 30851 S 41AC 102 DIS F 10−11A 185 BARROWS THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 30854 S 41AC 103 DIS Tu 9−10A 121 WHEELER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 30857 S 41AC 104 DIS Tu 1−2P 121 WHEELER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; SEE DEPT P 97 1−20 FLD TBA NONE FR, SO SEE DEPT P 98 1−13 GRP Note: For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies 97, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Group Study 1−3 NONE FR, SO Note: For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies 98, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE FR, SO Note: For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies 99, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TuTh 11−1230P 159 MULFORD Social Science Methods in Ethnic Studies 4 ALLEN, R 9 BY CATEGORY Tu 1−2P 223 DWINELLE Social Science Methods in Ethnic Studies THE STAFF F 2−3P 104 BARROWS Social Science Methods in Ethnic Studies THE STAFF M 3−4P 104 BARROWS Social Science Methods in Ethnic Studies THE STAFF W 9−10A 121 WHEELER Social Science Methods in Ethnic Studies THE STAFF Th 330−630P 279 DWINELLE Racialization and Empire 4 THE STAFF 20 TuTh 330−5P 219 DWINELLE Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality 4 ALFONSO, D R 20 Note: Cross−listed with Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender St C148 section 1. TuTh 1230−2P 166 BARROWS The Making of Multicultural America: A Comparative ... The Making of Multicultural America: A Comparative ... The Making of Multicultural America: A Comparative ... Contemporary U.S. Immigration Women of Color in the United States The Southern Border 4 4 4 4 ROBINSON, V E 17 SEE DEPT P 99 1−5 IND 30974 30977 30980 30983 30986 30989 30992 30995 P S S S S P P 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 103A C126 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 SEM 001 LEC P 130AC 001 LEC Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 30998 S 130AC 101 DIS W 10−11A 185 BARROWS THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 31001 S 130AC 102 DIS M 10−11A 121 WHEELER THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 31004 31007 31010 P 135AC 001 LEC P 147 001 LEC P 159AC 001 LEC MWF 10−11A MW 5−630P TuTh 2−330P 104 BARROWS 104 BARROWS 2050 VALLEY LSB CHOY, C C THE STAFF MANZ, B 1 14 5 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; BY CATEGORY 70 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Geography 159AC section 1 and Education 186AC section 1. Also: SHAIKEN, H S 31013 31016 31019 31022 31025 31028 31031 31034 31037 31040 31043 31046 31049 31052 31055 31058 31061 31064 SEE DEPT S 159AC 101 DIS S 159AC 102 DIS S 159AC 103 DIS S 159AC 104 DIS S 159AC 105 DIS S 159AC 106 DIS S 159AC 107 DIS S 159AC 108 DIS S 159AC 109 DIS S 159AC 110 DIS S 159AC 111 DIS S 159AC 112 DIS S 159AC 113 DIS S 159AC 114 DIS P 190 P 190 001 SEM 002 SEM M 2−3P M 12−1P Tu 8−9A Tu 1−2P F 11−12P Th 4−5P Th 8−9A W 3−4P F 10−11A F 3−4P W 8−9A M 1−2P W 2−3P M 3−4P Tu 330−630P 104 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 242 DWINELLE 104 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 104 BARROWS 24 WHEELER 229 DWINELLE 104 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 185 BARROWS 24 WHEELER 121 WHEELER 121 WHEELER The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Advanced Seminar in Comparative Ethnic 4 THE STAFF 20 Studies W 2−5P 103 WHEELER Advanced Seminar in Comparative Ethnic 4 THE STAFF 15 Studies Senior Thesis 4 THE STAFF TBA Senior Thesis 4 THE STAFF TBA TBA Senior Honors Seminar for Ethnic Studies 3 NONE SR & ETHNIC STUDIES Majors Note: For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies H196A, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. M 4−5P OFF CAMPUS Senior Honors Seminar for Ethnic Studies 3: 2T THE STAFF NONE SR & ETHNIC STUDIES Majors Note: For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies H196B, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. Tu 5−6P OFF CAMPUS Senior Honors Seminar for Ethnic Studies 3: 2T THE STAFF NONE SR & ETHNIC STUDIES Majors TBA Senior Honors Seminar for Ethnic Studies 3 NONE SR & ETHNIC STUDIES Majors TBA Field Study in Communities of Color 1−3 NONE JR, SR Note: For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies 197, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Group Study 1−3 NONE JR, SR Note: "Bob Marley and Rastafarianism" For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies 198, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: For major or minor information and instructions for Ethnic Studies 199, see Undergraduate Advisor, Dewey St. Germaine, in 530 Barrows Hall, (510)643−6420. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. P 196 001 IND P 196 002 IND P H196A 1−11 SEM SEE DEPT P H196B 001 SEM SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P H196B 002 SEM P H196B 3−6 SEM P 197 1−20 FLD SEE DEPT P 198 1−13 GRP SEE DEPT P 199 1−6 IND 71 FILM STUDIES Control Number 31403 31406 31409 31412 31415 31418 31421 31424 31426 31634 31427 31430 31433 31436 31439 31441 31637 31442 31445 31448 31451 31454 31457 31460 31463 31466 31469 31484 31487 31490 31493 31496 Course Section Number P R1A S R1A P R1A S R1A P R1A S R1A P S S S P S S P S S S P S S S P 25A 25A 25A 25A 26 26 26 28B 28B 28B 28B 100 100 100 100 108 001 LEC 101 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 003 LEC 301 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 003 LEC 301 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 002 LEC 201 LAB 003 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE TuTh 11−1230P W 7−9P TuTh 930−11A Tu 6−8P TuTh 4−530P Tu 530−8P MW 11−1230P M 7−9P M 4−5P M 6−7P Th 4−7P 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 242 DWINELLE 226 DWINELLE 226 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE The Craft of Writing − Film Focus The Craft of Writing − Film Focus The Craft of Writing − Film Focus The Craft of Writing − Film Focus The Craft of Writing − Film Focus The Craft of Writing − Film Focus The History of Film The History of Film The History of Film The History of Film Moving Image Media Moving Image Media Moving Image Media The Avant−Garde Film The Avant−Garde Film The Avant−Garde Film The Avant−Garde Film History of Film Theory History of Film Theory History of Film Theory History of Film Theory Special Topics in Film Genre Special Topics in Film Genre Special Topics in Film Genre Special Topics in Film Genre Special Topics in Film Genre Special Topics in Film Genre Auteur Theory Auteur Theory Auteur Theory Auteur Theory Auteur Theory Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; This section is for film screenings. 4 NONE Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; This section is for film screenings. 4 NONE Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; This section is for film screenings. 4 WHISSEL, K M 14 BY CATEGORY CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY 4 SKOLLER, J A 20 TuTh 11−1230P Tu 730−930P Tu 4−6P Tu 6−7P MW 1230−2P M 4−6P F 11−12P F 1−2P MW 2−330P Tu 4−6P TuTh 1230−2P Note: "Animation" W 330−6P MW 11−1230P Tu 6−8P TuTh 2−330P W 6−8P M 6−9P Note: "Miyazaki" Tu 6−830P TuTh 1230−2P 142 DWINELLE PAC FILM ARC 140 BARROWS 209 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 3 SKOLLER, J A 9 BY CATEGORY Note: This section is for film screenings. 4 JONES, E M JONES, E M 18 BY CATEGORY 4 FABE, M M FABE, M M 15 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "Psychiatry and the Cinema" S 108 P 108 S 108 P 108 S 108 P 151 S 151 P 151 S 151 P 151 Note: This section is for film screenings. 4 MERRITT, R L MERRITT, R L 4 O'NEILL, D C O'NEILL, D C 4 FABE, M M FABE, M M 4 COHEN, A J COHEN, A J 4 GOKTURK, D 17 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 14 BY CATEGORY 5 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 14 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 17 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: This section is for film screenings. Note: "Japanese Horror Film" Note: This section is for film screenings. Note: "Chaplin and Allen" Note: This section is for film screenings. Note: This section is for film screenings. Note: "Traveling Directors" 72 31499 31502 31505 31514 31517 31519 31520 SEE DEPT 31544 SEE DEPT 31550 31556 31559 SEE DEPT S 151 P 151 S 151 P 180A P 180B P C185 P 186 P H195 P 197A P 197B P P P P 197C 198 198 199 301 LAB 004 LEC 401 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 STD 001 STD 1−7 IND 001 FLD 001 INT 001 FLD 001 GRP 002 GRP 1−9 IND W 5−7P MW 330−5P Tu 630−830P Tu 9−12P Tu 1−4P 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 142 DWINELLE 226 DWINELLE 226 DWINELLE Auteur Theory Auteur Theory Auteur Theory Screenwriting Screenwriting Digital Video: The Architecture of Time Special Topics in Moving−Image Production Film Honors Thesis Field Study at the Pacific Film Archive Field Studies for Majors Film Curating Internship Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study for Advanced Undergrad... 4 GOKTURK, D JONES, E M JONES, E M KOPELL, J M KOPELL, J M MOSES, G J BRAUN, N 8 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger" 4 4 4 4 4 2: PF 3: PF 7 17 TBA TBA NONE NONE JR, SR & BY CATEGORY NONE JR, SR & FILM ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE NONE NONE JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Preference is given to Film and Art Practice majors. Interviews are required to finalize class admission. Note: Cross−listed with Practice of Art C171 section 1. TBA Tu 10−11A PAC FILM ARC UNSCHED NOFACILITY Th 4−530P PAC FILM ARC GOLDMAN, N FABE, M M Note: Meetings will be held in the Pacific Film Archive Library. TBA 2: PF GERITZ, K A 1−4: PF WILLIAMS, L 1−4: PF 1−4 FRENCH Control Number 32203 Course Section Number P1 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 32206 P1 002 LEC 32209 P1 003 LEC 32212 P1 004 LEC 32215 P1 005 LEC 32218 P1 006 LEC 32221 P1 007 LEC 32224 P1 008 LEC 32227 P1 009 LEC 32230 P1 010 LEC 32233 P R1A 001 LEC MTWTF 9−10A 251 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 10−11A 206 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 10−11A 263 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 11−12P 211 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 11−12P 31 EVANS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 12−1P 2070 VALLEY LSB Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 12−1P 54 BARROWS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 1−2P 205 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 1−2P 87 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 2−3P 262 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 Note: If you have taken two years or less of high school French, sign up for French 1. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. TuTh 8−930A 211 DWINELLE English Composition in Connection with the 4 THE STAFF 11 Reading ... Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; TuTh 11−1230P 50 BARROWS English Composition in Connection with the Reading ... English Composition in Connection with the Reading ... 4 THE STAFF 9 32236 P R1A 002 LEC Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 32239 P R1A 003 LEC TuTh 8−930A 125 DWINELLE 4 THE STAFF 11 73 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 32242 P R1B 001 LEC TuTh 1230−2P 2030 VALLEY LSB English Composition in Connection with the Reading ... English Composition in Connection with the Reading ... English Composition in Connection with the Reading ... 4 THE STAFF 17 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 32245 P R1B 002 LEC TuTh 330−5P 111 KROEBER 4 THE STAFF 20 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 32248 P R1B 003 LEC TuTh 8−930A 262 DWINELLE 4 THE STAFF 11 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 32251 P2 001 LEC MTWTF 9−10A 175 DWINELLE Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 2 if you have a passing grade in a first−semester college French course, or three years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 9−10A 78 BARROWS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 2 if you have a passing grade in a first−semester college French course, or three years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 10−11A 80 BARROWS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 Note: Sign up for French 2 if you have a passing grade in a first−semester college French course, or three years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 10−11A 50 BARROWS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 2 if you have a passing grade in a first−semester college French course, or three years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 11−12P 80 BARROWS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 Note: Sign up for French 2 if you have a passing grade in a first−semester college French course, or three years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 12−1P 80 BARROWS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 Note: Sign up for French 2 if you have a passing grade in a first−semester college French course, or three years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 1−2P 78 BARROWS Elementary French 5 CHAVDARIAN, S 10 Note: Sign up for French 2 if you have a passing grade in a first−semester college French course, or three years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 9−10A 50 BARROWS Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 MTWTF 10−11A 211 DWINELLE Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 3 if you have a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. New students who have taken second or third−semester college French courses elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 3, may also enroll in French 3. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 10−11A 78 BARROWS Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 3 if you have a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. New students who have taken second or third−semester college French courses elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 3, may also enroll in French 3. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 11−12P 78 BARROWS Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 3 if you have a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. New students who have taken second or third−semester college French courses elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 3, may also enroll in French 3. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 1−2P 31 EVANS Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 3 if you have a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. New students who have taken second or third−semester college French courses elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 3, may also enroll in French 3. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 1−2P 80 BARROWS Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 Note: Sign up for French 3 if you have a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. New students who have taken second or third−semester college French courses elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 3, may also enroll in French 3. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 2−3P 189 DWINELLE Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: Sign up for French 3 if you have a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. New students who have taken second or third−semester college French courses elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 3, may also enroll in French 3. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 9−10A 263 DWINELLE Advanced Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: French 4 is open to students with a passing grade in French 3 at UC Berkeley. New students who have taken a fourth semester college French course elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 4, should also enroll in French 4. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 10−11A 125 DWINELLE Advanced Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: French 4 is open to students with a passing grade in French 3 at UC Berkeley. New students who have taken a fourth semester college French course elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 4, should also enroll in French 4. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 11−12P 263 DWINELLE Advanced Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: French 4 is open to students with a passing grade in French 3 at UC Berkeley. New students who have taken a fourth semester college French course elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 4, should also enroll in French 4. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. 32254 P2 002 LEC 32257 P2 003 LEC 32260 P2 004 LEC 32263 P2 005 LEC 32266 P2 006 LEC 32269 P2 007 LEC 32272 32275 P3 P3 001 LEC 002 LEC 32278 P3 003 LEC 32281 P3 004 LEC 32284 P3 005 LEC 32287 P3 006 LEC 32290 P3 007 LEC 32293 P4 001 LEC 32296 P4 002 LEC 32299 P4 003 LEC 74 32302 P4 004 LEC 32305 P4 005 LEC 32308 P 13 001 LEC 32311 P 14 001 LEC 32314 32323 32326 P 24 P 43B P 102 001 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC 32329 P 102 002 LEC 32332 P 102 003 LEC 32335 P 103A 001 LEC 32338 32341 32344 32347 32350 32353 32356 32359 32362 32365 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P P P P P P P P P S P 114A 118B 119B 131A 146A 150A 151A 162B 170 170 H195A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 STD 1−17 IND MTWTF 12−1P 78 BARROWS Advanced Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 BY CATEGORY Note: French 4 is open to students with a passing grade in French 3 at UC Berkeley. New students who have taken a fourth semester college French course elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 4, should also enroll in French 4. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MTWTF 1−2P 211 DWINELLE Advanced Intermediate French 5 PRIES, D M 10 Note: French 4 is open to students with a passing grade in French 3 at UC Berkeley. New students who have taken a fourth semester college French course elsewhere or received an AP literature score of 4, should also enroll in French 4. If you are unsure of your ability to take this course, contact the instructor in charge. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do not attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MWF 11−12P 123 DWINELLE Intermediate Conversation 2 KERN, R NONE Note: French 13 is open to students with a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do nto attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. MWF 1−2P 104 DWINELLE Advanced Conversation 2 KERN, R NONE Note: French 14 is open to students with a passing grade in French 2 at UC Berkeley or four years of high school French. Attendance is mandatory every day of the first week of classes. Students who do nto attend the entire first week will be dropped from the class. Not open to native speakers. M 2−3P 33 DWINELLE Freshman Seminars 1 KERN, R TBA MWF 10−11A 209 DWINELLE Aspects of French Culture 3 MASLAN, S A 1 TuTh 930−11A B4 DWINELLE Reading and Writing Skills in French 4 DUTOIT, J U 7 BY CATEGORY Note: French 102 is open to students with a B− grade or above in French 4 at UC Berkeley. New and transfer students who have taken the equivalent of a third−year college−level French course elsewhere, or who have AP literature scores of 5, should enroll in French 102 via Tele−BEARS, and should contact the French Undergraduate Advising Office regarding French placement procedures at (510)642−2713. TuTh 11−1230P 229 DWINELLE Reading and Writing Skills in French 4 SANYAL, D 9 BY CATEGORY Note: French 102 is open to students with a B− grade or above in French 4 at UC Berkeley. New and transfer students who have taken the equivalent of a third−year college−level French course elsewhere, or who have AP literature scores of 5, should enroll in French 102 via Tele−BEARS, and should contact the French Undergraduate Advising Office regarding French placement procedures at (510)642−2713. MWF 11−12P 223 DWINELLE Reading and Writing Skills in French 4 BLOCKER, D A 2 BY CATEGORY Note: French 102 is open to students with a B− grade or above in French 4 at UC Berkeley. New and transfer students who have taken the equivalent of a third−year college−level French course elsewhere, or who have AP literature scores of 5, should enroll in French 102 via Tele−BEARS, and should contact the French Undergraduate Advising Office regarding French placement procedures at (510)642−2713. TuTh 1230−2P 189 DWINELLE Language and Culture 4 SMOCK, A A 17 Note: "Lyricism Today" − Open to students who have completed French 102 at UC Berkeley or are enrolled in that course concurrently. French 102 is open to students with a B− grade or above in French 4 at UC Berkeley. New and transfer students who have taken the equivalent of a third−year college−level French course elsewhere, or who have AP literature scores of 5, should enroll in French 102 via Tele−BEARS and should contact the French Undergraduate Advising Office regarding 102 placement procedures at (510) 642−2713. TuTh 930−11A 72 EVANS Late Medieval Literature 4 HULT, D 7 MWF 2−3P 258 DWINELLE Eighteenth−Century Literature 4 MASLAN, S A 15 TuTh 2−330P 254 DWINELLE Nineteenth−Century Literature 4 SANYAL, D 5 MWF 12−1P 229 DWINELLE Translation and Debate 4 MCLAUGHLIN, M 18 BY CATEGORY MWF 1−2P 251 DWINELLE Introduction to French Linguistics 4 KERN, R 12 Women in French Literature 4 SMOCK, A A TBA MWF 11−12P 89 DWINELLE Francophone Literature 4 BRITTO, K A 2 TuTh 11−1230P 258 DWINELLE Perspectives on History 4 TLATLI, T S 9 TuTh 1230−2P B4 DWINELLE French Films 4 DUTOIT, J U 17 BY CATEGORY W 4−6P B4 DWINELLE French Films DUTOIT, J U TBA Honors Sequence 2 NONE TBA TBA Honors Sequence Supervised Independent Study and Research for Advan... 2 2−4 NONE NONE JR, SR P H195B 1−17 IND P 199 1−17 IND GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES Control Number 32903 Course Section Number P 10 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 32906 32909 32912 32915 32918 32921 S S S S P 10 10 10 10 14 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC P 20 32924 32927 32930 SEE S 20 101 DIS S 20 102 DIS P 50AC 001 LEC P 98 1−3 GRP MW 10−12P 3 LECONTE Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies 4 THORNE, B 1 FR, SO & BY CATEGORY Note: Gender and Women's Studies 10 is a prerequisite for Gender and Women's Studies 102 and 103. Please check the course listing on the departmental website at womensstudies.berkeley.edu or outside the department office located at 608 Barrows Hall for updates and changes. Students will be dropped from classes, at the discretion of the instructor, if they do not attend either the first or second class meeting. F 9−10A 5 EVANS Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies THE STAFF F 9−10A 55 EVANS Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies THE STAFF F 10−11A 55 EVANS Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies THE STAFF F 10−11A 31 EVANS Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies THE STAFF TuTh 2−330P 120 LATIMER Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Global Political 4 AGIS, A 5 Iss... TuTh 930−11A 219 DWINELLE Introduction to Feminist Theory 4 RODRIGUEZ, J M 7 BY CATEGORY Note: Gender and Women's Studies 20 is a prerequisite for Gender and Women's Studies 102 and 103. Please check the course listing on the departmental website at womensstudies.berkeley.edu or outside the department office located at 608 Barrows Hall for updates and changes. Students will be dropped from classes, at the discretion of the instructor, if they do not attend either the first or second class meeting. F 9−10A 2062 VALLEY LSB Introduction to Feminist Theory THE STAFF F 10−11A 2062 VALLEY LSB Introduction to Feminist Theory THE STAFF MW 4−530P 101 BARKER Gender in American Culture 3 BARNES, B A 13 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; TBA Directed Group Study for Undergraduates 1−4 NONE BY CATEGORY 75 DEPT 32948 32951 32954 32957 32960 32963 32966 32969 P P P P P 102 103 120 125 130AC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC MW 2−4P MW 10−12P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P 160 DWINELLE 88 DWINELLE 200 WHEELER 110 BARROWS 20 BARROWS Transnational Feminism Identities Across Difference The History of American Women Women and Film Gender, Race, Nation, and Health 4 4 4 4 4 BACCHETTA, P TRINH, M BARNES, B A BARNES, B A THOMPSON, C M NONE 1 BY CATEGORY 17 7 9 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; P 143 P 144 P C146 MW 4−530P TuTh 2−330P Women, Proverty, and Globalization 4 MOALLEM, M NONE Alternate Sexualities in a Transnational World 4 BACCHETTA, P 13 Cultural Representations of Sexualities: Queer 4 RODRIGUEZ, J M 5 Visu... Note: Cross−listed with Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender St C146 section 1. Please check the course listing on the departmental website at womensstudies.berkeley.edu or outside the department office located at 608 Barrows Hall for updates and changes. Students will be dropped from classes, at the discretion of the instructor, if they do not attend either the first or second class meeting. Gender and Women's Studies Senior Seminar 4 THOMPSON, C M NONE BY CATEGORY UNSCHED NOFACILITY Special Field Research 10.5 TATE, J J NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Cross−listed with Media Studies C196W section 1, Political Science C196W section 1, Sociology C196W section 1, Political Economy of Industrial Soc C196W section 1, History C196W section 1, Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C196W section 1 and History of Art C196W section 1. Course control numbers for Gender and Women's Studies C196W are available at 608 Barrows Hall. TBA Directed Group Study for Advanced 1−4 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Undergraduates TBA Supervised Independent Study for Advanced 1−4 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Undergrad... Note: Course control numbers for Gender and Women's Studies 199 are available at 608 Barrows Hall. Please check the course listing on the departmental website at womensstudies.berkeley.edu or outside the deparment office for updates and changes. Students will be dropped from classes, at the discretion of the instructor, if they do not attend either the first or second class meeting. 102 WURSTER 170 BARROWS 32972 32975 P 195 001 SEM P C196W001 SEM SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 198 P 199 1−3 GRP 1−4 IND LESBIAN GAY BISEXUAL TRANSGENDER ST Control Number 34903 34906 Course Section Number P 145 P C146 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group MW 4−530P 34909 P C147B 001 LEC 34912 P C148 001 LEC Interpreting the Queer Past: Methods and 4 THE STAFF 13 Problems ... TuTh 2−330P 170 BARROWS Cultural Representations of Sexualities: Queer 4 RODRIGUEZ, J M 5 Visu... Note: Cross−listed with Gender and Women's Studies C146 section 1. Please check the course listing on the departmental website at womensstudies.berkeley.edu or outside the department office located at 608 Barrows Hall for updates and changes. Students will be dropped from classes, at the discretion of the instructor, if they do not attend either the first or second class meeting. TuTh 1230−2P 145 MCCONE Sexuality, Culture, and Colonialism 4 ALFONSO, D R 17 Note: Cross−listed with Anthropology C147B section 1. Please check the course listing on the departmental website at womensstudies.berkeley.edu or outside the department office located at 608 Barrows Hall for updates and changes. Students will be dropped fromclasses, at the discretion of the instructor, if they do not attend either the first or second class meeting. TuTh 330−5P 219 DWINELLE Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality 4 ALFONSO, D R 20 Note: Cross−listed with Ethnic Studies C126 section 1. Please check the departmental website at womensstudies.berkeley.edu or outside the department office located at 608 Barrows Hall for updates and changes. Students will be dropped from classes, at the discretion of the instructor, if they do not attend the first or second class meeting. 106 MOFFITT GEOGRAPHY Control Number 36403 36406 36409 36412 36415 36421 36424 36427 36430 36433 36436 36439 36441 37006 37009 37012 37015 Course Section Number P S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 31 31 31 31 31 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 9 TuTh 11−1230P M 1−3P Tu 9−11A W 10−12P Th 2−4P TuTh 1230−2P M 10−11A M 3−4P Tu 3−4P W 1−2P Th 9−10A 145 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED 141 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE Global Environmental Change 4 Global Environmental Change Global Environmental Change Global Environmental Change Global Environmental Change Globalization Globalization Globalization Globalization Globalization Globalization Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity 4 Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity BYRNE, A R KOSEK, J G 17 76 37018 36442 36445 36448 36451 36454 36457 36460 36463 36466 36469 36472 36475 SEE DEPT 36490 36493 36496 36499 36502 36505 36508 36511 36514 36517 36520 36523 36526 36529 36532 36535 36538 36541 36544 36547 36550 36553 36556 S 31 P C32 S S S S S S S S P C32 C32 C32 C32 C32 C32 C32 C32 C55 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC Th 10−11A TuTh 1230−2P W 3−4P W 11−12P F 9−10A W 11−12P M 9−10A F 10−11A M 8−9A M 2−3P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 930−11A MW 1−2P 135 MCCONE 2040 VALLEY LSB 20 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 224 WHEELER 35 EVANS 35 EVANS 182 DWINELLE 145 MCCONE 155 DWINELLE TBA Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity Introduction to Development 4 Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Development Introduction to Central Asia The Urban Experience Introduction to Oceans Directed Group Study Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Postcolonial Geographies Atmospheric Physics and Dynamics The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border The Southern Border 17 FR, SO & BY CATEGORY Note: Open to all freshman, sophomore and transfer students. Cross−listed with Development Studies C10 section 1. 3 3 2 1−4 4 MEHENDALE, S JOHNS, M RHEW, R C 17 7 12 NONE Note: Cross−listed with Near Eastern Studies C26 section 1. P 70AC 001 LEC P C82 P 98 P C110 S S S S S S P P C110 C110 C110 C110 C110 C110 123 C139 001 LEC 1−3 GRP 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 2−330P M 11−12P Tu 11−12P W 9−10A W 2−3P Th 11−12P F 10−11A MW 2−4P MW 930−11A TuTh 2−330P M 2−3P M 12−1P Tu 8−9A Tu 1−2P F 11−12P Th 4−5P Th 8−9A W 3−4P F 10−11A F 3−4P W 8−9A M 1−2P W 2−3P Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: Cross−listed with Earth and Planetary Science C82 section 1 and Integrative Biology C82 section 1. Also: BISHOP, J 141 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 575 MCCONE 575 MCCONE 2050 VALLEY LSB 104 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 242 DWINELLE 104 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 104 BARROWS 24 WHEELER 229 DWINELLE 104 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 185 BARROWS 24 WHEELER WALKER, R A 5 Note: Cross−listed with Interdisciplinary Studies Field Maj C101 section 1. 4 3 4 HART, G P CHIANG, J C MANZ, B 15 NONE 5 Note: Cross−listed with Earth and Planetary Science C181 section 1. P 159AC 001 LEC S 159AC 101 DIS S 159AC 102 DIS S 159AC 103 DIS S 159AC 104 DIS S 159AC 105 DIS S 159AC 106 DIS S 159AC 107 DIS S 159AC 108 DIS S 159AC 109 DIS S 159AC 110 DIS S 159AC 111 DIS S 159AC 112 DIS S 159AC 113 DIS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Ethnic Studies 159AC section 1 and Education 186AC section 1. Also: SHAIKEN, H S Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 77 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 36559 36562 36565 36568 36571 36574 36577 36580 36583 36586 36589 36592 36595 36598 36601 36604 36607 36610 36613 36616 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S 159AC 114 DIS P C160A 001 LEC S S S S P P P C160A C160A C160A C160A 170 175 181 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 SEM 001 FLD 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 1−15 IND 1−6 IND 1−8 GRP 1−15 IND M 3−4P TuTh 111230P Tu 1−2P W 12−1P Th 10−11A Th 4−5P MW 11−1230P Tu 1−4P F 9−5P MW 10−11A MW 11−2P TuTh 330−5P M 1−2P M 3−4P Tu 2−3P Tu 5−6P W 1−2P W 8−9A Th 2−3P Th 530−630P 121 WHEELER 112 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 170 WURSTER 170 WURSTER B51 HILDEBRAND 575 MCCONE 575 MCCONE OFF CAMPUS 535 MCCONE 535 MCCONE A1 HEARST ANNEX 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER TBA TBA TBA TBA The Southern Border American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 Special Topics in Geography Undergraduate Seminars Urban Field Study Cartographic Representation Cartographic Representation Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Honors Course Field Study in Geography Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study 4 GROTH, P E 9 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: Cross−listed with Environmental Design C169A section 1 and American Studies C112A section 1. 3 4 4 4 4 FEAKINS, M JOHNS, M WALKER, R A JENSEN, D JENSEN, D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D RADKE, J D 14 17 NONE BY CATEGORY 1 20 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: The first class meeting will be held on August 21, 2009 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in 575 McCone Hall. P 183 S 183 P C188 S S S S S S S S P C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 H195A Note: Cross−listed with Landscape Architecture C188 section 1. 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 NONE NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR P 197 P 198 P 199 GERMAN Control Number 37403 Course Section Number P1 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 37406 P1 002 LEC 37409 P1 003 LEC 37412 P1 004 LEC 37415 P1 005 LEC 37418 P1 006 LEC 37421 P1 007 LEC 37424 P 1G 001 LEC 37427 P2 001 LEC MW 8−10A 109 WHEELER Elementary German 1 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 1 if you have had a) no prior exposure to German or b) not more than two years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 1 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. This section of German 1 meets three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: EUBA, N; F 9−10A, 109 WHEELER MW 10−12P 321 HAVILAND Elementary German 1 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 1 if you have had a) no prior exposure to German or b) not more than two years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 1 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. This section of German 1 meets three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: EUBA, N; F 11−12P, 321 HAVILAND MTWTF 9−10A 80 BARROWS Elementary German 1 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 1 if you have had a) no prior exposure to German or b) not more than two years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 1 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. Also: EUBA, N Elementary German 1 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 1 if you have had a) no prior exposure to German or b) not more than two years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 1 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. Also: EUBA, N Elementary German 1 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 1 if you have had a) no prior exposure to German or b) not more than two years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 1 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. Also: EUBA, N Elementary German 1 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 1 if you have had a) no prior exposure to German or b) not more than two years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 1 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. Also: EUBA, N TuTh 330−5P 54 BARROWS Elementary German 1 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 1 if you have had a) no prior exposure to German or b) not more than two years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 1 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. This section of German 1 meets three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: EUBA, N; M 4−6P, 54 BARROWS MTWTF 8−9A 282 DWINELLE Elementary German for Graduate Students 0: SU THE STAFF NONE Note: German 1G is an elementary German course specifically designed for graduate students preparing for reading examinations. One year of prior college level German instruction is required. Must be taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Elementary German 2 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 2 if you have successfully completed a) German 1 or German 1E, or b) another first semester college German course, or c) three years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 2 will be 78 37430 P2 002 LEC 37433 P2 003 LEC 37436 P 2G 001 LEC 37439 P3 001 LEC 37442 P3 002 LEC 37445 P3 003 LEC 37448 P4 001 LEC 37451 P4 002 LEC 37454 37457 37460 37463 37466 37469 37471 37478 37481 P R5A P R5A P R5A P R5A P R5A P P P P 39A 39K 99 100 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 IND 001 LEC dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. This section of German 2 meets three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: EUBA, N Elementary German 2 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 2 if you have successfully completed a) German 1 or German 1E, or b) another first semester college German course, or c) three years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 2 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. Also: EUBA, N Elementary German 2 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 2 if you have successfully completed a) German 1 or German 1E, or b) another first semester college German course, or c) three years of high school German. Students enrolled in German 2 will be dropped for non−attendance after the second class meeting. Also: EUBA, N MTWTF 8−9A 282 DWINELLE Elementary German for Graduate Students 0: SU THE STAFF NONE Note: German 2G is an elementary German course specifically designed for graduate students preparing for reading examinations. One year of prior college level German instruction is required. Must be taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. MTWTF 11−12P 201 GIANNINI Intermediate German I 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 3 if you have successfully completed a) German 2, or b) another 2nd or 3rd semester college German course, or c) 4 years of high school German, or d) have an AP score of 3. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in International Studies. Also: EUBA, N MW 12−2P 262 DWINELLE Intermediate German I 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 3 if you have successfully completed a) German 2, or b) another 2nd or 3rd semester college German course, or c) 4 years of high school German, or d) have an AP score of 3. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in International Studies. This section of German 3 meets three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: EUBA, N; F 12−1P, 262 DWINELLE MTWTF 10−11A 89 DWINELLE Intermediate German I 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: Take German 3 if you have successfully completed a) German 2, or b) another 2nd or 3rd semester college German course, or c) 4 years of high school German, or d) have an AP score of 3. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in International Studies. Also: EUBA, N MW 10−12P 255 DWINELLE Intermediate German II 5 THE STAFF NONE Note: Take German 4 if you have successfully completed a) German 3, or b) another 4th semester college German course, or c) have an AP score of 4. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in International Studies. This section of German 4 meets three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: EUBA, N; F 11−12P, 255 DWINELLE MTWTF 9−10A 89 DWINELLE Intermediate German II 5 THE STAFF NONE Note: Take German 4 if you have successfully completed a) German 3, or b) another 4th semester college German course, or c) have an AP score of 4. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in International Studies. Also: EUBA, N MWF 8−9A 205 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 THE STAFF NONE Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; MWF 3−4P TuTh 8−930A TuTh 330−5P TuTh 8−930A MWF 3−4P 262 DWINELLE 103 WHEELER 189 DWINELLE 189 DWINELLE 279 DWINELLE Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition Reading and Composition 4 4 4 4 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF NONE NONE NONE NONE Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Freshman Seminar 3 THE STAFF TBA Freshman Seminar 3 TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Supervised Independent Study 1−4: PF THE STAFF NONE TuTh 11−1230P 255 DWINELLE Introduction to Reading Culture 3 THE STAFF 9 Note: This course is intended to acquaint students with selected works from German cultural history and to familiarize them with various methods of interpretation and analysis. Required of all German majors. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Arts and Literature or International Studies. Taught in German. MWF 11−12P 234 DWINELLE Advanced German: Conversation, Composition 3 THE STAFF NONE and Styl... Note: Focusing on five central themes, this advanced−level language course will help students to improve and expand on spoken and written language functions utilizing a variety of works from different genres in journalism, broadcasting, literature, fine arts, and the cinema. The final goal is to enable students to participate in the academic discourse−−written and spoken−−at a linguistic and stylistic level appropriate for an advanced student of German in upper division courses. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Arts and Literature or International Studies. Taught in German. Students with native fluency in German are not eligible to enroll. MWF 12−1P 243 DWINELLE Advanced Language Practice: Popular Culture 3 18 in Germ... W 2−5P 282 DWINELLE Senior Colloquium 3 TENNANT, E C 15 TuTh 1230−2P 175 DWINELLE Middle High German for Undergraduates 3 TENNANT, E C 17 Note: This course will introduce students to the language and literature of the Middle High German period. The focus will be on reading competence and linguistic analysis of Middle High German texts, using structural comparison with Modern German to help students develop their translation skills. Knowledge of Modern German (or another older Germanic language) recommended. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Arts and Literature. Taught in English. Early Modern Literature 3 TENNANT, E C TBA TuTh 930−11A 210 DWINELLE Romanticism 3 KUDSZUS, W G 7 Luther, Kant, Hegel 4 FELDMAN, K S TBA Note: Freedom, selfhood and critique have been central concepts in the development of modern thought. This course offers an introduction to these important themes of modern thought by way of close readings of short texts by Luther, Kant and Hegel. All readings and discussions are in English. CANCELLED A Century of Extremes 4 KAES, A J 5 TuTh 11−1230P 282 DWINELLE History of the German Language 3 RAUCH, I 9 Note: Designed for undergraduate and graduate students interested in the history of the pluricentric German language, which transverses a rich linguistic legacy from the "Lay of Hildebrand", through Luther and Grimm, to Grass and "Der Spiegel". Discussion, via linguistic principles, of language processes in the genetic development of the German language, as well as its interchange over time with closely and remotely related languages. No prerequisites. Taught in German. TuTh 1230−2P 188 DWINELLE Transnational Cinemas 4 GOKTURK, D 17 Note: This course will combine readings on globalization and cosmopolitanism with case studies about the formation of a global consciousness through cinema and other audiovisual media. We will draw on anthropology as well as film and media studies, incorporating an element of field work, researching festivals, distribution circuits, new media platforms, and spectatorship. Close textual analysis of films in terms of staging, acting, and cinematography will form the basis of our investigations. Taught in English. 37484 P 101 001 LEC 37486 37487 37490 P 102D P 104 P 105 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 37493 37496 37499 P 112 P 140 P 157A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 37502 37505 P 160A P 170 001 LEC 001 LEC 37508 P 186 001 LEC 79 37511 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S 186 P H196 101 DIS 1−3 IND W 5−7P 188 DWINELLE TBA Transnational Cinemas Honors Studies in German GOKTURK, D 2−4 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For H196 CECs contact the German Department at (510)642−7445 in 5311 Dwinelle Hall. P 199 1−7 IND TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1,2 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For 199 CECs contact the German Department at (510)642−7445 in 5311 Dwinelle Hall. YIDDISH Control Number 38103 Course Section Number P 101 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 38106 P 103 001 LEC MTWTF 11−12P 204 DWINELLE Elementary Yiddish 5 WAMSLEY, R 14 Note: This is an introduction to Yiddish language, literature, and culture. With particular focus on the basics of Yiddish grammar, we will develop reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills. In so doing, we will also have an opportunity to explore simple Yiddish songs, stories, and dialogues as reflections of Yiddish culture and history. TuTh 1230−2P 202 WHEELER Readings in Yiddish 3 CHAVER, Y 17 Note: "Reading Yiddish Texts: Homeland and Exile in Palestinian Yiddish Literature" − Yiddish is largely associated with Europe, yet a significant body of Yiddish literature was written in Palestine between 1900 and 1948. These texts, many of which are modernist in character, provide a unique perspective on the traditional Jewish link with the ancestral homeland while illuminating an often unacknowledged ambivalence towards the Zionist project. Requirements: a reading knowledge of Yiddish. Taught in English. DUTCH Control Number 38203 38206 38209 Course Section Number P1 P2 P 39A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 10 8 FR, SO & BY CATEGORY MW 10−12P MW 12−2P MWF 3−4P 109 WHEELER 189 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE Elementary Dutch Elementary Dutch HOLLANDER LAKE, I DEWULF, J DEWULF, J Note: Dutch 1 will meet three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: F 11−12P, 109 WHEELER Note: Dutch 2 will meet three days per week for a total of five hours per week. Also: F 12−1P, 189 DWINELLE Cultural History of the Low Countries (Belgium, 3 the... The Structure of Modern Dutch Advanced Dutch Cultural Studies Senior Thesis Honors Studies in Dutch Directed Group Study Special Studies in Dutch 3 4 4 4 1−4 1−4: PF 1−4: PF Note: All readings and discussions are in English. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Historical Studies or Social and Behavioral Sciences. 38212 38214 38215 38218 38221 38224 38227 P 107 P 110 P C178 P P P P 190 H196 198 199 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 IND 001 IND 001 GRP 001 IND TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 1−2P 203 WHEELER 55 EVANS 88 DWINELLE UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY SHANNON, T F HOLLANDER LAKE, I DEWULF, J THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF DEWULF, J 17 17 12 TBA NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C178 section 1 and Spanish C178 section 1. LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY PROGRAM Control Number 38503 38506 38509 38512 Course Section Number P P P P 100A 100A 100A 100B 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 0: SU 0: SU 0: SU 0: SU Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Tu 3−6P W 2−5P M 4−530P 104 DWINELLE CANCELLED 129 BARROWS 89 DWINELLE Language Proficiency Workshop Language Proficiency Workshop Language Proficiency Workshop Language Proficiency Tutorial ROSENFIELD, E ROSENFIELD, E ROSENFIELD, E ROSENFIELD, E HEALTH AND MEDICAL SCIENCES Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 80 38603 38612 P 98 P 98 001 TUT 004 TUT Th 5−7P 100 WHEELER Directed Group Study 1−3: PF SWARTZBERG, J E NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Suitcase Clinic" − Go to www.suitcaseclinic.org for details on getting into this class. W 4−6P 141 GIANNINI Directed Group Study 1−3: PF SWARTZBERG, J E NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "American Red Cross" − The purpose of this class is to educate students about the work of the American Red Cross and to teach them the skills necessary to perform volunteer work in several different capacities. Class entry codes are managed by the course facilitators and distributed at the first class meeting. You can visit the website at arcatcal.blogspot.com for more information. Directed Group Study 1−3: PF SWARTZBERG, J E NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Suitcase Clinic" − Go to www.suitcaseclinic.org/category/hms−98198 for details on getting into this class. 38633 P 198 004 GRP Directed Group Study 1−3: PF SWARTZBERG, J E NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "American Red Cross" − The purpose of this class is to educate students about the work of the American Red Cross and to teach them the skills necessary to perform volunteer work in several different capacities. Class entry codes are managed by the course facilitators and distributed at the first class meeting. You can visit the website at arcatcal.blogspot.com for more information. 38624 P 198 001 GRP HISTORY Control Number 39003 39006 39009 39012 39015 39018 39021 39024 39027 39030 39033 39036 39039 39042 39045 39048 39051 39054 39057 39066 39069 39072 39075 39078 39081 39084 39087 Course Section Number P 4A S S S S S S P 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 5 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 15 BY CATEGORY MWF 2−3P Tu 10−12P Tu 8−10A W 10−12P Th 12−2P Th 2−4P F 10−12P TuTh 2−330P Tu 4−6P W 8−10A W 12−2P W 8−10A W 8−10A W 4−6P Th 8−10A Th 10−12P Th 10−12P Th 4−6P F 8−10A TuTh 330−5P W 8−10A W 12−2P Th 12−2P F 8−10A F 12−2P 101 MORGAN 225 DWINELLE 186 BARROWS 186 BARROWS 332 GIANNINI 214 HAVILAND 186 BARROWS 100 LEWIS 214 HAVILAND 201 GIANNINI 2519 TOLMAN 107 MULFORD 214 HAVILAND 214 HAVILAND 201 GIANNINI 225 DWINELLE 332 GIANNINI 214 HAVILAND 211 DWINELLE 105 NORTH GATE 2519 TOLMAN 205 WHEELER 201 GIANNINI 125 DWINELLE 186 BARROWS The Ancient Mediterranean World THE STAFF Note: "Origins of Western Civilization" The Ancient Mediterranean World The Ancient Mediterranean World The Ancient Mediterranean World The Ancient Mediterranean World The Ancient Mediterranean World The Ancient Mediterranean World European Civilization from the Renaissance to 4 the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... European Civilization from the Renaissance to the P... History of China: Origins to the Mongol 4 Conquest History of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest History of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest History of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest History of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest History of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest History of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest The United States from Settlement to Civil War 4 ANDERSON, M L 5 BY CATEGORY S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 P 6A S 6A S 6A S 6A S 6A S 6A S 6A P 7A JOHNSON, D G 20 BY CATEGORY CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 930−11A 155 DWINELLE PETERSON, M A 7 BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ 81 39090 39093 39096 39099 39102 39105 39108 39111 39114 39117 39120 39123 39126 39129 39132 39135 39138 39141 39144 39150 39153 39156 39159 39162 39165 39168 39171 39174 39177 39180 39183 39186 39189 39192 39195 39198 39201 39204 S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A P S S S S S S P S S S P S S P S S S S 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS 119 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 9−10A MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 1−2P TuTh 8−9A TuTh 11−12P TuTh 11−12P TuTh 12−1P TuTh 12−1P TuTh 1−2P TuTh 2−3P TuTh 2−3P WF 10−11A WF 2−3P WF 2−3P WF 12−1P TuTh 2−330P W 8−10A Th 8−10A Th 8−10A F 8−10A TuTh 1230−2P W 8−10A Th 8−10A MW 4−530P Tu 12−2P W 10−12P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 12−2P W 8−10A W 10−12P 279 DWINELLE 211 DWINELLE 186 BARROWS 14 HAVILAND 211 DWINELLE 14 HAVILAND 332 GIANNINI 279 DWINELLE 186 BARROWS 125 DWINELLE 279 DWINELLE 211 DWINELLE 186 BARROWS 186 BARROWS 225 DWINELLE 14 HAVILAND 14 HAVILAND 201 GIANNINI 332 GIANNINI 101 BARKER 122 LATIMER 186 BARROWS 332 GIANNINI 225 DWINELLE 213 WHEELER 332 GIANNINI 225 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 201 GIANNINI 214 HAVILAND 105 NORTH GATE 225 DWINELLE 225 DWINELLE 332 GIANNINI The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War The United States from Settlement to Civil War Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 African History African History African History African History India India India The Middle East The Middle East The Middle East The Middle East The Middle East 4 CHOWNING, M 5 BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN HISTORY + CULTURES REQ 4 OSSEO−ASARE, A D 17 4 DESHPANDE, P 13 4 DOUMANI, B 9 BY CATEGORY 82 39207 39210 39213 39216 39219 39222 39225 39228 39231 39246 39249 39252 39258 SEE DEPT S S S P S S S S S P S S P 12 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 14 30A 30A 30A 84 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 SEM 001 GRP F 10−12P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 10−11A MW 10−11A MW 8−9A TuTh 10−11A MWF 10−11A MW 12−1P TuTh 10−11A W 2−5P 225 DWINELLE 101 BARKER 279 DWINELLE 201 GIANNINI 186 BARROWS 201 GIANNINI 219 DWINELLE 14 HAVILAND 186 BARROWS 125 DWINELLE The Middle East The Middle East The Middle East Introduction to the History of Japan Introduction to the History of Japan Introduction to the History of Japan Introduction to the History of Japan Introduction to the History of Japan Introduction to the History of Japan Science from Antiquity through Newton Science from Antiquity through Newton Science from Antiquity through Newton Sophomore Seminar 4 BARSHAY, A E 9 4 MAZZOTTI, M 1 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 1,2: PF HABER, S TBA FR, SO & BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "Concept and Image: Movies as Historical Documents for the Study of the United States, 1920−1945" P 98 Directed Group Study for Lower Division 2: PF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Students Note: If you wish to offer a Fall 2009 History DE−Cal course, all signed paperwork must be submitted in person to Leah Flanagan in 3327 Dwinelle by Friday, April 17, 2009. The deadline for proposed Spring 2010 DE−Cal courses is Tuesday, October 27, 2009. History DE−Cal courses can only be offered as a 2 unit History 98. If you want to enroll in a DE−Cal course, please check DE−Cal's website at www.decal.org for the complete listings. MW 3−4P 100 WHEELER Directed Group Study for Lower Division 2: PF MARTIN, W E NONE Students Note: "Ethnic Perspectives" 39291 39294 SEE DEPT P 100 P 100 P 101 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 SEM MWF 2−3P TuTh 11−1230P Special Topics 4 CARSON, C 15 Special Topics 4 SARGENT, D J 9 Seminar in Historical Research and Writing for 5 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Hist... Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 101 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Ancient 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Europe 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY England 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY United States 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Latin America 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Asia 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Africa 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY History of Science 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Studies in Comparative History 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Special enrollment procedures are required and will take place between July 6 and August 13, 2009. Beginning July 6, course descriptions and enrollment instructions for History 103 seminars will be available in 3229 Dwinelle Hall or by visiting history.berkeley.edu. MWF 10−11A 390 HEARST MIN The Roman Empire 4 NORENA, C F 1 TuTh 330−5P 103 MOFFITT Byzantium 4 MAVROUDI, M 20 MWF 12−1P 2 LECONTE The Middle East, 1000−1750 4 ISLAMOGLU, H 18 TuTh 930−11A 160 DWINELLE Political and Cultural History of Vietnam 4 ZINOMAN, P B 7 TuTh 11−1230P 102 MOFFITT Modern South Africa, 1652−Present 4 KANOGO, T M 9 MW 4−530P 20 BARROWS Traditional Korean History 4 WELLS, K M 13 100 WHEELER 166 BARROWS UNSCHED NOFACILITY 39264 P 98 002 GRP SEE DEPT P 103A 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103B 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103C 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103D 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103E 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103F 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103H 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103S 001 SEM SEE DEPT P 103U 001 SEM 39504 39507 39510 39513 39516 39519 P P P P P P 106B 108 109B 111C 112B 113A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 83 39522 39528 39531 39534 39537 39540 39543 39546 39549 39558 39561 39566 P 114A 001 LEC MWF 2−3P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 10−11A M 4−530P Th 930−11A Th 11−1230P Th 1230−2P Th 2−330P Th 4−530P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 930−11A 88 DWINELLE 219 DWINELLE 101 BARKER 2311 TOLMAN 2305 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 2311 TOLMAN 35 EVANS 88 DWINELLE 145 DWINELLE 101 BARKER P 118B 001 LEC P 120AC 001 LEC S 120AC 101 DIS S 120AC 102 DIS S 120AC 103 DIS S 120AC 104 DIS S 120AC 105 DIS S 120AC 106 DIS P 125A 001 LEC Medieval and Early Modern India to the Coming 4 of th... 1800−1900 4 American Environmental and Cultural History 4 American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History American Environmental and Cultural History The History of Black People and Race Relations, 155... California Creating Modern American Society: From the End of t... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Intellectual History of the United States since 186... Gender Matters in 20th Century America Social History of Modern Latin America Ireland Since the Union From the Investiture Conflict to the Fifteenth Cent... Old and New Europe, 1914−Present Modern France Renaissance and Baroque Italy 1350−1800 From Pre−modern Empires to the Present The Life Sciences since 1750 4 4 4 IRSCHICK, E F SCHEINER, I MERCHANT, C 15 17 1 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Environ Sci, Policy, and Management 160AC section 1. Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; MARTIN, W E KLEIN, K L FASS, P S 7 17 7 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN P 127AC 001 LEC P 131B 001 LEC Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES HISTORY REQUIREMENT; 39567 P C132B 001 LEC MW 4−530P 100 LEWIS 4 CANDIDA SMITH, R 13 Note: Cross−listed with American Studies C132B section 1. 39570 39573 39576 39579 39582 39588 39594 39597 39600 39615 39618 39624 39627 S C132B 101 DIS S C132B 102 DIS S C132B 103 DIS S C132B 104 DIS P P P P P P P P P 136 141B 152A 155B 158C 166C 169A 177B 180 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Tu 12−1P Tu 8−9A W 2−3P W 8−9A TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 11−12P TuTh 2−330P MWF 3−4P TuTh 11−1230P MWF 3−4P TuTh 2−330P MWF 11−12P 262 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 88 DWINELLE 2 LECONTE 156 DWINELLE 50 BIRGE 145 DWINELLE 100 WHEELER 219 DWINELLE 203 WHEELER 103 MOFFITT 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ROSEN, R E HEALEY, M A BRADY, T A KOZIOL, G CONNELLY, J BARROWS, S I THE STAFF ASTOURIAN, S H LESCH, J E 20 17 2 5 8 9 8 5 2 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "The Life Sciences Since 1750" 39636 S 180 101 VOL P C196W001 SEM The Life Sciences since 1750 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN UNSCHED NOFACILITY Special Field Research 10.5 CLARK, J F NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Cross−listed with Media Studies C196W section 1, Political Science C196W section 1, Sociology C196W section 1, Political Economy of Industrial Soc C196W section 1, Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C196W section 1, History of Art C196W section 1 and Gender and Women's Studies C196W section 1. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4: PF BERRY, M E NONE JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Students interested in independent study in History must locate a faculty sponsor and turn in the completed departmental petition in person to the History Undergraduate Advisor by the end of the third week of classes. The 199 petition is available at history.berkeley.edu/undergraduate/forms/. SEE DEPT P 199 001 IND INDUSTRIAL ENGIN AND OPER RESEARCH Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 84 41003 41006 41009 41012 41015 41018 41021 41024 41027 41030 41033 41036 41039 41042 41045 41048 41051 41054 41060 41062 P 24 P 115 S S P S P P P P S S P S S P S P P 115 115 140 140 150 151 153 160 160 160 162 162 162 172 172 180 190C 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 SEM 001 SEM W 4−5P MW 11−12P F 11−12P F 12−1P TuTh 330−5P F 2−5P TuTh 8−930A MWF 10−11A TuTh 2−330P MW 2−3P F 8−9A F 12−1P TuTh 9−10A F 9−10A F 1−2P MWF 1−2P F 2−3P Tu 4−6P M 4−6P Th 4−6P 3105 ETCHEVERRY 3106 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 1173 ETCHEVERRY 1173 ETCHEVERRY 3106 ETCHEVERRY 3106 ETCHEVERRY 3 LECONTE 150 GSPP 3106 ETCHEVERRY 2032 VALLEY LSB 3108 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3106 ETCHEVERRY 310 HEARST MIN Freshman Seminars Industrial and Commercial Data Systems Industrial and Commercial Data Systems Industrial and Commercial Data Systems Introduction to Mobile Industrial Robots Introduction to Mobile Industrial Robots Production Systems Analysis Service Operations Design and Analysis Logistics Network Design and Supply Chain Managemen... Operations Research I Operations Research I Operations Research I Linear Programming Linear Programming Linear Programming Probability and Risk Analysis for Engineers Probability and Risk Analysis for Engineers Senior Project Advanced Topics in Industrial Engineering and Opera... Entrepreneurship &Innovation 1: PF 3 GOLDBERG, K Y GOLDBERG, K Y GOLDBERG, K Y GOLDBERG, K Y GLASSEY, C R GLASSEY, C R CHEN, Y SHEN, Z KAMINSKY, P M HOCHBAUM, D S THE STAFF THE STAFF ATAMTURK, A ATAMTURK, A ATAMTURK, A RIGHTER, R L THE STAFF YANO, C A SIDHU, I SIDHU, I TBA 2 FR & BY CATEGORY CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Overview of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research" Note: Enrollment is by instructor approval only. All students intending to take this course must take an entrance exam on the first day of class, after which Class Entry Codes will be issued to admitted students. 4 3 3 3 3 20 11 1 5 15 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY 3 7 BY CATEGORY 3 4 1−4 1−4 12 BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY 13 BY CATEGORY 20 P 190E INFORMATION Control Number SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 199 1−17 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1−4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ TBA Individual Study INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY Control Number 43003 43006 43009 43012 43015 43018 43021 43024 43027 43030 Course Section Number P 24 P 24 P 24 P 24 P 24 P 24 001 SEM 002 SEM 003 SEM 004 SEM 005 SEM 006 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1 1: PF 1: PF 1 1: PF 1: PF 3 2: PF 2 2 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 5 TBA 16 12 FR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ FR FR FR FR FR BY CATEGORY M 2−3P W 5−6P Tu 3−5P W 12−1P Tu 2−3P 5192 VALLEY LSB 5192 VALLEY LSB 18 HEARST GYM 5192 VALLEY LSB 4110 VALLEY LSB Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars CALDWELL, R L HAYES, T B WHITE, T D PADIAN, K BENTLEY, G E BARNOSKY, A D HLUSKO, L TIMMEL, G B LINDBERG, D R BISHOP, J Note: "Animal and Human Navigation: Which Way Is Home?" Note: "Biology, the Study of Life" Note: "The Stone Age" Note: "The Age of Dinosaurs: What Do We Know?" Note: "How and Why Do Birds Sing" Note: "Nature in an Age of Global Warming" P 35AC 001 LEC P 39C P 41 P C82 001 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC MW 9−10A MW 1−2P TuTh 2−330P 105 STANLEY CANCELLED Note: Also: HAHN, N E 100 GPB 155 DWINELLE Marine Mammals Introduction to Oceans Human Biological Variation Topics in Integrative Biology Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: Cross−listed with Earth and Planetary Science C82 section 1 and Geography C82 section 1. Also: RHEW, R C 85 43032 43033 43036 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 43045 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 84 P 88 S 88 P 95 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC Th 2−4P Th 12−1P Th 1−2P Th 2−6P 5053 VALLEY LSB 283 DWINELLE 254 DWINELLE 2007 VALLEY LSB Sophomore Seminar Leadership Communications for Biology Scholars Leadership Communications for Biology Scholars Special Research Project in Biology 1B 1 1 LACEY, E A KIM, K K KIM, K K TBA 17 SO 1: PF POWER, M E 4 Note: Also: MOSER, M P 95 002 LEC UNSCHED NOFACILITY Note: Also: MOSER, M P C96 P 98 P 98 001 LEC 001 GRP 002 GRP MW 12−1P 2040 VALLEY LSB Studying the Biological Sciences Directed Group Study Directed Group Study 1: PF MATSUI, J 18 NONE NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Cross−listed with Molecular and Cell Biology C96 section 1 and Plant and Microbial Biology C96 section 1. 1−4: PF DIAMOND, M C 1−4: PF LACEY, E A Special Research Project in Biology 1B 1: PF POWER, M E 4 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 43126 43129 43132 43135 43138 43141 43144 43147 P 98 P 98 P 98 P 99 P C101 003 GRP 004 GRP 5−10 GRP 1−16 IND 001 LEC Note: This class will be held once a week. With 2 units, it will be four hours of lab time each week, one hour of library research, and one hour of homework. With 1 unit, the class offers students who have taken the course in the past a chance to continue their work with specimens, with three hours of lab time each week. It will also include one project that the students have to develop over the semester and present as a poster or handout, and one field trip. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Directed Group Study 1−4: PF THE STAFF NONE MW 6−8P 2070 VALLEY LSB TBA TBA TuTh 10−11A W 1−5P F 1−5P 130 WHEELER 209 GPB 209 GPB UNSCHED BOT GARDEN W 4−6P TuTh 2−5P TuTh 2−5P TuTh 1230−2P 2050 VALLEY LSB 3030 VALLEY LSB 3030 VALLEY LSB 141 GIANNINI Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research Diversity of Plants and Fungi 1−4: PF MATSUI, J 3 1−3 2 MISHLER, B D MISHLER, B D MISHLER, B D LICHT, P CARLSON, T J CARLSON, T J CARLSON, T J SHAPIRA, M NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE 19 NONE NONE TBA 13 5 5 17 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C102 section 1. Also: TAYLOR, J W; FELDMAN, L J P C101L 001 LAB P C101L 002 LAB P 112L P 117 P 117L P 117L P 118 001 LAB 001 LEC 001 LAB 002 LAB 001 LEC Laboratory in the Diversity of Plants and Fungi 2 Laboratory in the Diversity of Plants and Fungi 2 Horticultural Methods in the Botanical Garden Medical Ethnobotany Medical Ethnobotany Laboratory Medical Ethnobotany Laboratory 1: PF 2 2 2 Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C102L section 1. Also: TAYLOR, J W; FELDMAN, L J Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C102L section 2. Also: TAYLOR, J W; FELDMAN, L J Note: Contact Anthony Garza (Botanical Garden): [email protected] or (510)643−2401. Note: Students may enroll in this lecture only. Integrative Biology 117L lab sections are heavily reserved for Integrative Biology majors. Note: This lab must be taken concurrent with the Integrative Biology 117 lecture, or after successful completion of the lecture course. Lab sections are heavily reserved for Integrative Biology majors. Note: This lab must be taken concurrent with the Integrative Biology 117 lecture, or after successful completion of the lecture course. Lab sections are heavily reserved for Integrative Biology majors. Host−Pathogen Interactions: A Trans−Discipline 3 Outl... Exercise Physiology Laboratory Exercises and Demonstrations Exercise Ph... Laboratory Exercises and Demonstrations Exercise Ph... Laboratory Exercises and Demonstrations Exercise Ph... Introduction to the Biomechanical Analysis of Human... Introduction to the Biomechanical Analysis of 3 2 Note: Also: PORTNOY, D A 43150 43153 P 123A 001 LEC MWF 8−9A Tu 8−11A 101 LSA 3047 VALLEY LSB BROOKS, G A BROOKS, G A 4 11 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Must be taken concurrently with Integrative Biology 123AL; there is no "lecture only" option. P 123AL 001 LAB Note: Must be taken concurrently with the Integrative Biology 123A lecture. 43156 P 123AL 002 LAB Tu 1−4P 3047 VALLEY LSB 2 BROOKS, G A 17 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Must be taken concurrently with the Integrative Biology 123A lecture. 43159 P 123AL 003 LAB Th 8−11A 3047 VALLEY LSB 2 BROOKS, G A 11 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Must be taken concurrently with the Integrative Biology 123A lecture. 43162 P C125 001 LEC MWF 10−11A 242 HEARST GYM 4 SCOTT, M K 1 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Physical Education C165 section 1. 43165 S C125 101 LAB MWF 11−12P 242 HEARST GYM SCOTT, M K 86 43168 43171 43174 43177 43180 43183 43186 43189 43192 43195 43198 43201 43204 43207 43210 43213 43216 43219 43222 43225 43228 43231 43234 43237 43240 43243 43246 43249 43252 43255 43258 43261 43264 43267 43270 43273 43276 43279 43282 43285 43291 43294 P 127 P 127L P 127L P 127L P 131 P 131A P 131L P 131L P 131L P 131L P 131L P 131L P 131L P 131L P 131L P 131L P 135 S S S S P S S S S S S P S S P S S S S S S P S S P 135 135 135 135 137 137 137 137 137 137 137 138 138 138 C144 C144 C144 C144 C144 C144 C144 153 153 153 C156 001 LEC 001 LAB 002 LAB 003 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LAB 002 LAB 003 LAB 004 LAB 005 LAB 006 LAB 007 LAB 008 LAB 009 LAB 010 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC MW 9−10A M 1−3P W 1−3P Th 1−3P MWF 11−12P F 12−1P Tu 8−12P Tu 1−5P Tu 6−10P W 1−5P W 6−10P Th 8−12P Th 1−5P Th 6−10P M 6−10P M 1−5P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 2−3P Th 2−3P W 2−3P W 3−4P TuTh 2−330P F 10−11A F 11−12P F 12−1P F 1−2P F 2−3P F 3−4P MWF 12−1P M 3−4P W 3−4P MWF 9−10A Tu 3−4P Tu 4−5P Tu 5−6P Th 12−1P Th 1−2P Th 2−3P TuTh 2−330P Tu 4−5P W 2−3P TuTh 930−11A 101 LSA 3048 VALLEY LSB 3048 VALLEY LSB 3048 VALLEY LSB WHEELER AUD 10 EVANS 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 3070 VALLEY LSB 101 MORGAN 205 DWINELLE 205 DWINELLE 2062 VALLEY LSB 2062 VALLEY LSB 2060 VALLEY LSB 116 HAVILAND 116 HAVILAND 223 DWINELLE 223 DWINELLE 229 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 160 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 2066 VALLEY LSB 2060 VALLEY LSB 2235 TOLMAN 2235 TOLMAN 2235 TOLMAN 2235 TOLMAN 2235 TOLMAN 2235 TOLMAN 88 DWINELLE 242 DWINELLE 223 DWINELLE 240 MULFORD Human... Motor Control Motor Control Laboratory Motor Control Laboratory Motor Control Laboratory General Human Anatomy Applied Anatomy General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory General Human Anatomy Laboratory The Mechanics of Organisms The Mechanics of Organisms The Mechanics of Organisms The Mechanics of Organisms The Mechanics of Organisms General Endocrinology General Endocrinology General Endocrinology General Endocrinology General Endocrinology General Endocrinology General Endocrinology Comparative Endocrinology Comparative Endocrinology Comparative Endocrinology Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Population and Community Ecology Population and Community Ecology Population and Community Ecology Principles of Conservation Biology 2 1 1 1 3 1: PF 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 LEHMAN, S L LEHMAN, S L LEHMAN, S L LEHMAN, S L DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C DIAMOND, M C FULL, R J THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF HAYES, T B THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF BENTLEY, G E THE STAFF THE STAFF CALDWELL, R L THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF POWER, M E THE STAFF THE STAFF KREMEN, C 16 TBA TBA TBA 2 18 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 9 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Must be taken concurrently with Integrative Biology 127L; there is no "lecture only" option. Note: Must be taken concurrently with the Integrative Biology 127 lecture. Note: Must be taken concurrently with the Integrative Biology 127 lecture. Note: Must be taken concurrently with the Integrative Biology 127 lecture. Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($11 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Also: DUDLEY, R; KOEHL, M A 4 5 BY CATEGORY 4 18 4 16 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Psychology C115B section 1. Also: LACEY, E A; BENTLEY, G E 3 5 BY CATEGORY 4 7 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Environ Sci, Policy, and Management C103 section 1. 87 43297 43300 43303 43306 43309 S S S S P C156 C156 C156 C156 C158 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 43312 43315 43318 43321 43324 43327 43330 43333 43336 43339 43342 43345 43348 43351 43353 44296 44299 44302 44305 44308 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 160 S S S S S S S S S P S S P S S S S S S P 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 162 162 162 164 164 164 164 164 164 164 194 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 1−12 LEC F 9−1030A 36 MULFORD Principles of Conservation Biology THE STAFF Th 2−330P 2038 VALLEY LSB Principles of Conservation Biology THE STAFF Th 11−1230P 104 GPB Principles of Conservation Biology THE STAFF F 1030−12P 36 MULFORD Principles of Conservation Biology THE STAFF MTuThF 9−12P 3059 VALLEY LSB Biology and Geomorphology of Tropical Islands 13 MISHLER, B D 7 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: ($4,186−$4,806 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − A $500 non−refundable deposit is payable prior to the beginning of the semester. Cross−listed with Environ Sci, Policy, and Management C107 section 1. Instructor approval for C158 is required. Check with the Integrative Biology Department for applications, (510)642−3281. Also: KIRCH, P V; RODERICK, G K; BARTOLOME, J W MWF 10−11A 2040 VALLEY LSB Evolution 4 PADIAN, K 1 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Also: MORITZ, C C; BOORE, J L F 11−12P F 12−1P F 1−2P F 2−3P F 11−12P F 12−1P F 1−2P F 1−2P F 11−12P TuTh 930−11A W 3−4P Th 3−4P TuTh 930−11A 3083 VALLEY LSB 3083 VALLEY LSB 3083 VALLEY LSB 3095 VALLEY LSB 3097 VALLEY LSB 3097 VALLEY LSB 3097 VALLEY LSB 3095 VALLEY LSB 3095 VALLEY LSB 106 MOFFITT 2070 VALLEY LSB 2066 VALLEY LSB 100 GPB Evolution Evolution Evolution Evolution Evolution Evolution Evolution Evolution Evolution Ecological Genetics Ecological Genetics Ecological Genetics Human Genetics and Genomics THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF SIMMS, E L THE STAFF THE STAFF NIELSEN, R THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF NONE NONE NONE 4 7 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 4 7 JR, SR CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Also: SLATKIN, M W; BACHTROG, D Human Genetics and Genomics Human Genetics and Genomics Human Genetics and Genomics Human Genetics and Genomics Human Genetics and Genomics Human Genetics and Genomics Undergraduate Student Instructor for Integrative 1−3 Bi... Thesis Course 3 Thesis Course 3 TBA TBA TBA TBA P H196A 1−15 IND P H196B 1−12 IND P 197 P 198 P 198 1−10 FLD 001 GRP 002 GRP SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 198 P 198 P 198 P 198 P 199 003 GRP 004 GRP 5−10 GRP 011 GRP 1−26 IND Supervised Field Studies By Upper Division 1−4 NONE JR, SR Students Supervised Group Study and Research By 1−4: PF DIAMOND, M C NONE JR, SR Upper Divisi... Supervised Group Study and Research By 1−4: PF LACEY, E A NONE JR, SR Upper Divisi... Note: This class will be held once a week. With 2 units, it will be four hours of lab time each week, one hour of library research, and one hour of homework. With 1 unit, the class offers students who have taken the course in the past a chance to continue their work with specimens, with three hours of lab time each week. It will also include one project that the students have to develop over the semester and present as a poster or handout, and one field trip. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Supervised Group Study and Research By 1−4: PF THE STAFF NONE JR, SR Upper Divisi... MW 6−8P 2070 VALLEY LSB Supervised Group Study and Research By 1−4: PF MATSUI, J NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Upper Divisi... TBA Supervised Group Study and Research By 3 NONE JR, SR Upper Divisi... Supervised Group Study and Research By 1−4: PF THE STAFF NONE JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Upper Divisi... TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES FIELD MAJ Control Number 45003 45006 45012 45015 Course Section Number P 62 P 100A P 100B P 100D 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 17 1 7 15 TuTh 1230−2P MW 10−12P TuTh 930−11A MW 2−4P 9 LEWIS 105 NORTH GATE 9 LEWIS 180 TAN Representations of Self−Deception in the 3 Modern Wor... Introduction to Social Theory and Cultural 4 Analysis Introduction to Social Theory and Cultural 4 Analysis Introduction to Technology, Society, and Culture4 EHRLICH, R M HOLUB, R W KLEE, E B WREN, G P 88 45018 45021 45024 45027 45030 45033 45036 45039 45042 45048 45051 P 100E P C101 S S S S S S P C101 C101 C101 C101 C101 C101 C155 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 002 SEM 001 SEM TuTh 2−330P M 11−12P Tu 11−12P W 9−10A W 2−3P Th 11−12P F 10−11A MW 4−530P MW 5−6P MW 10−11A 141 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 135 MCCONE 373 SODA 81 EVANS 31 EVANS The Globalization of Rights, Values, and Laws in4 th... Economic Geography of the Industrial World 4 Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Economic Geography of the Industrial World Social Implications of Computer Technology Introduction to Interdisciplinary Research Methods Senior Thesis TALWALKER, C WALKER, R A TBA 5 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Cross−listed with Geography C110 section 1. 2: PF 3 4 HARVEY, B THE STAFF KLEE, E B 13 14 NONE JR, SR & SOCIAL SCIENCES , HUMANITIES , INTERDISCIPL STUDIES NONE JR, SR & SOCIAL SCIENCES , HUMANITIES , INTERDISCIPL STUDIES NONE JR, SR & SOCIAL SCIENCES , HUMANITIES , INTERDISCIPL STUDIES NONE SR & SOCIAL SCIENCES , HUMANITIES , INTERDISCIPL STUDIES ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Cross−listed with Computer Science C195 section 1. P 189 P 190 Note: Attendance in ISF 190 is required during the first two weeks of class. Open to declared majors only. 45054 P 190 002 SEM MW 11−12P 61 EVANS Senior Thesis 4 WREN, G P Note: Attendance in ISF 190 is required during the first two weeks of class. Open to declared majors only. 45060 SEE DEPT P 190 P H195 004 SEM 001 SEM TuTh 5−6P 51 EVANS UNSCHED NOFACILITY Senior Thesis Honors Thesis 4 4 IPSEN, A E INTERNATIONAL AND AREA STUDIES Control Number 46403 46406 46415 46418 46421 46424 46433 46436 46439 46442 46448 46454 46457 46460 46463 Course Section Number P P S S S S P S S S S P P 20 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 98 102 001 LEC 001 LEC 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 205 DIS 001 GRP 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 20 17 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P M 1−2P M 2−3P M 12−1P W 2−3P F 1−2P W 1−2P M 1−2P W 8−9A F 12−1P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 5−630P Th 3−6P 213 WHEELER 2060 VALLEY LSB 109 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 109 WHEELER 105 LATIMER 24 WHEELER 242 DWINELLE 121 WHEELER 50 BARROWS 210 WHEELER 210 WHEELER 121 WHEELER P 102 P H102 Perspectives in International Education 2: PF Survey of World History 4 Survey of World History Survey of World History Survey of World History Survey of World History Survey of World History 4 Survey of World History Survey of World History Survey of World History Survey of World History Issues in Political Economy and Development 2: PF Scope and Methods of Research in International4 and ... Scope and Methods of Research in International4 and ... Scope and Methods of Research in International4 and ... Scope and Methods of Research in International4 and ... Scope and Methods of Research in International and ... Scope and Methods of Research in International and ... The Ethics, Methods, and Pragmatics of Global 4 Pract... The Ethics, Methods, and Pragmatics of Global Pract... The Ethics, Methods, and Pragmatics of Global Pract... Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 4 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory Intermediate Microeconomic Theory Intermediate Microeconomic Theory UM, K BAILEY, S THE STAFF TBA BY CATEGORY UM, K NATHAN, L THE STAFF KARRAS, A L NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ 20 14 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Honors Only. Open only to students in the following majors: Development Studies, Latin American Studies, PACS, and PEIS. Interested students must attend the first class meeting to obtain a Class Entry Code. 46466 46469 46472 46475 46478 46481 46484 46487 46490 46496 P H102 S H102 S H102 P 105 S 105 S 105 P S S S 106 106 106 106 002 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 SEM 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 104 DIS M 3−6P W 2−3P W 1−2P TuTh 330−5P W 2−3P W 3−4P M 2−3P 220 WHEELER 121 WHEELER 175 DWINELLE 2060 VALLEY LSB 229 DWINELLE 229 DWINELLE 223 DWINELLE BAILEY, S NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ TALWALKER, C 8 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ AUFFHAMMER, M 20 BY CATEGORY 89 46499 46502 46511 46514 46517 46520 46523 46526 46529 46532 46535 46538 46541 46544 46547 46550 46553 46556 46559 46562 46565 46568 46571 46574 46577 46580 46583 46586 46589 46592 46595 S 106 S 106 P 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 S 115 P C118 S C118 S C118 P 150 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS 119 DIS 120 DIS 121 DIS 122 DIS 123 DIS 124 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC F 9−10A F 10−11A TuTh 2−330P M 3−4P M 4−5P Tu 1−2P W 1−2P W 3−4P W 4−5P M 2−3P M 3−4P M 3−4P M 4−5P M 3−4P W 1−2P W 3−4P W 4−5P F 10−11A F 11−12P Tu 10−11A Th 11−12P F 9−10A F 11−12P Th 1−2P Th 10−11A Tu 11−12P M 1−2P TuTh 930−11A M 4−5P W 9−10A W 3−6P 121 WHEELER 121 WHEELER WHEELER AUD 174 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 156 DWINELLE 136 BARROWS 185 BARROWS 106 WURSTER 229 DWINELLE 175 BARROWS 283 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 214B WURSTER 151 BARROWS 30 WHEELER 136 BARROWS 121 WHEELER 101 WHEELER 106 WHEELER 385 LECONTE 105 DWINELLE 121 WHEELER 101 WHEELER 30 WHEELER 141 GIANNINI 234 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE Intermediate Microeconomic Theory Intermediate Microeconomic Theory Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Global Poverty: Hopes and Challenges in the New Mil... Introductory Applied Econometrics Introductory Applied Econometrics Introductory Applied Econometrics Advanced Studies in International and Area Studies 4 ROY, A 5 BY CATEGORY 4 SADOULET, E 7 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Environmental Economics and Policy C118 section 1. 4 TALWALKER, C 8 BY CATEGORY Note: "The Indian Diaspora in Silicon Valley" 46601 46604 46607 46610 P 171 P 172 P 180 P 198 001 INT 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 GRP UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY 145 DWINELLE 106 WHEELER Internship in Agroecology and Sustainable 4−8 Developme... Agroecology: A Brazilian Perspective 4−8 Current Issues in International and Area Studies 2,3: PF Directed Group Study 1−4: PF ALTIERI, M A ALTIERI, M A GOLDMAN, P UM, K NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ 14 BY CATEGORY NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ M 530−7P F 12−1P ITALIAN STUDIES Control Course Section Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Instructor Exam Restrictions 90 Number 46903 Number P1 001 LEC Credit Group 46906 P1 002 LEC 46909 P1 003 LEC 46912 P1 004 LEC 46915 P1 005 LEC 46918 P1 006 LEC 46921 P1 007 LEC 46924 P2 001 LEC 46927 P2 002 LEC 46930 P2 003 LEC 46933 P2 004 LEC 46936 P3 001 LEC 46939 P3 002 LEC 46942 P3 003 LEC 46945 P4 001 LEC 46948 P R5A 001 LEC 46951 P R5A 002 LEC 46954 P R5B 001 LEC MTWTF 8−9A 187 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 9−10A 228 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 10−11A 183 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 11−12P 183 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 12−1P 87 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. CANCELLED Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 3−4P 255 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. CANCELLED Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 9−10A 259 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 10−11A 228 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 11−12P 228 DWINELLE Elementary Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. CANCELLED Intermediate Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 9−10A 187 DWINELLE Intermediate Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 11−12P 187 DWINELLE Intermediate Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MTWTF 9−10A 247 DWINELLE Advanced Italian 5 DI CARLO, A 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first day of classes and attend at least the first 4 out of 5 class meetings during the first week of classes to maintain their place. Students are advised that those enrolled who have not met the attendance criteria will be dropped by their instructors by the end of the first week of classes and their space given to other students on the waiting list for the course section. No auditors are permitted. Taught in Italian. MWF 8−9A 228 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 SPACKMAN, B G 4 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Italian Studies R5A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. MWF 3−4P 242 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 SPACKMAN, B G 8 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Italian Studies R5A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. TuTh 8−930A 206 WHEELER Reading and Composition 4 SPACKMAN, B G 11 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Italian Studies R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. 91 46957 P R5B 002 LEC 46960 46963 46966 46969 46972 46975 46978 46981 P 40 S S S S S S P 40 40 40 40 40 40 70 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC TuTh 330−5P 254 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 SPACKMAN, B G 20 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Italian Studies R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. MW 11−12P 120 LATIMER Italian Culture (in English) 4 FULLER, M G 2 Note: Taught in English. F 3−4P F 4−5P F 2−3P F 10−11A F 3−4P F 12−1P MWF 12−1P 83 DWINELLE 255 DWINELLE 83 DWINELLE 255 DWINELLE 251 DWINELLE 258 DWINELLE 182 DWINELLE Italian Culture (in English) Italian Culture (in English) Italian Culture (in English) Italian Culture (in English) Italian Culture (in English) Italian Culture (in English) Italian Cinema: History, Directors, Genres, Introdu... Italian Cinema: History, Directors, Genres, Introdu... Directed Group Study THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF MOSES, G J 3 18 Note: Taught in English. 46984 SEE DEPT S 70 P 98 101 LAB 1−7 GRP W 6−9P 182 DWINELLE TBA MOSES, G J 1−4 NONE 47008 47011 47014 47017 P 101A P 104 P 115 P 160 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Italian Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Italian Studies majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. MWF 1−2P 254 DWINELLE Advanced Grammar, Reading, and Composition 4 DI CARLO, A 12 Note: Taught in Italian. TuTh 11−1230P MWF 1−2P TuTh 330−5P 175 DWINELLE 103 WHEELER 109 DWINELLE Reading Italian Literature Nineteenth−Century Literature and Culture Studies in the History, Society, and Politics of th... Special Studies for Honors Candidates 4 4 4 ASCOLI, A R THE STAFF THE STAFF 9 12 20 Note: Taught in Italian. Note: Taught in Italian. Note: Taught in English. SEE DEPT P H195 1−6 IND TBA 3 NONE SEE DEPT P 198 1−7 GRP Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Italian Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Italian Studies majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Italian Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Italian Studies majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR for Advan... Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Italian Studies Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Italian Studies majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. SEE DEPT P 199 1−7 IND JEWISH STUDIES Control Number SEE DEPT SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 98 P 198 1−2 GRP 1−2 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1−4 1−4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE NONE JR, SR TBA TBA Directed Group Study Directed Group Study JOURNALISM Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 92 48006 48009 P 24 P 39H 003 SEM 001 SEM CANCELLED Freshman Seminars Freshman/Sophomore Seminar 1 1.5−4: PF DRUMMOND, W J DRUMMOND, W J TBA TBA FR Note: "Satellite Radio: Breaking the Bonds of Earth" 48012 48015 48018 48024 48027 48030 P 98 P 98 P 98 P 198 P 198 P 198 001 GRP 002 GRP 003 GRP 001 GRP 002 GRP 003 GRP CANCELLED CANCELLED Note: "Introduction to Newspaper Journalism" CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED Note: "In−depth Reporting" UNSCHED NOFACILITY Directed Group Study in Journalism 1−4: PF RASKY, S NONE JR, SR Directed Group Study in Journalism Directed Group Study in Journalism Directed Group Study in Journalism 1−4: PF RASKY, S 1−4: PF 1−4: PF NONE NONE NONE Directed Group Study in Journalism Directed Group Study in Journalism 1−4: PF DRUMMOND, W J 1−4: PF SCHACHT, L NONE NONE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Control Number 48503 48506 48509 48512 48515 48518 48521 48524 48527 48530 48533 48535 48536 48539 48542 48545 48548 48551 48554 48557 48560 48563 48566 48569 48572 48575 48578 48581 SEE DEPT 48590 48593 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 24 P S P S P S P S S P P P S S P S P P P S S S S S S S S P 101 101 101 101 103 103 110 110 110 111 130 134A 134A 134A 134B 134B 135 170 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 C188 197 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 001 LEC 101 STD 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 1−2 FLD Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1: PF 5 5 5 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA FR M 6−830P MW 9−10A MW 10−1P MW 9−10A MW 10−1P MW 9−1030A MW 1030−1P MWF 8−9A Th 1−5P F 1−5P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 930−11A W 630−830P W 830−930P Th 9−11A F 9−10A F 10−1P W 630−930P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 330−5P M 1−2P M 3−4P Tu 2−3P Tu 5−6P W 1−2P W 8−9P Th 2−3P Th 530−630P 315C WURSTER 315D WURSTER 315 WURSTER 315C WURSTER 315 WURSTER 315A WURSTER 315 WURSTER 315A WURSTER 315A WURSTER 315A WURSTER 315A WURSTER 315C WURSTER 315C WURSTER 315A WURSTER 315C WURSTER 212 WURSTER 315A WURSTER 112 WURSTER A1 HEARST ANNEX 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER 212 WURSTER TBA Freshman Seminars Fundamentals of Landscape Design Fundamentals of Landscape Design Fundamentals of Landscape Design Fundamentals of Landscape Design Energy, Fantasy, and Form Energy, Fantasy, and Form Ecological Analysis Ecological Analysis Ecological Analysis Plants in Design Introduction to Landscape Architecture Drawing Workshop 1 KONDOLF, G M STILGENBAUER, J STILGENBAUER, J THE STAFF THE STAFF SULLIVAN, C H SULLIVAN, C H MCBRIDE, J R MCBRIDE, J R MCBRIDE, J R STILGENBAUER, J HESTER, R T HOOD, W J HOOD, W J HOOD, W J KULLMANN, K KULLMANN, K SULLIVAN, C H MOZINGO, L A RADKE, J D THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF Note: "The River on Film" NONE LANDSCAPE ARCH NONE LANDSCAPE ARCH &BY CATEGORY NONE UG & LANDSCAPE ARCH &BY CATEGORY 4 3 3 3 9 LANDSCAPE ARCH &BY CATEGORY 7 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE JR, SR & LANDSCAPE ARCH , URBAN DESIGN , LAND ARCH &ENV PLAN Drawing Workshop 1 Drawing Workshop 1 Drawing Workshop II 2 Drawing Workshop II The Art of Landscape Drawing 3 History and Literature of Landscape Architecture3 Geographic Information Systems 4 Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Field Study in Landscape Architecture NONE GR & LANDSCAPE ARCH NONE JR, SR & LANDSCAPE ARCH &BY CATEGORY 17 20 Note: Cross−listed with Geography C188 section 1. 2−3 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: A department petition must be completed for independent study courses for you to get the course control number to enroll. Petitions for both undergraduate and graduate courses are available in 202 Wurster. P 198 P 198 P 199 001 GRP 002 GRP 1−2 IND Th 5−6P 315A WURSTER UNSCHED NOFACILITY TBA Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4: PF THE STAFF 1−4: PF THE STAFF 1−4 NONE JR, SR &ENV DSGN ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR &ENV DSGN ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR & BY CATEGORY LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 93 49103 49106 49109 49112 49118 49124 P S S S P P 10 10 10 10 130 150 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 002 LEC TuTh 11−1230P M 10−11A M 2−3P W 12−1P TuTh 2−330P MW 4−530P 60 EVANS 221 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 145 MCCONE 30 WHEELER Introduction to Latin American Studies Introduction to Latin American Studies Introduction to Latin American Studies Introduction to Latin American Studies Cross−Listed Topics Advanced Studies in Latin American Studies 4 THE STAFF 9 BY CATEGORY 1−4 4 MURPHY−GRAHAM, E THE STAFF 5 13 Note: "Latin America's Development and Labor Markets" LEGAL STUDIES Control Number 51503 51506 51509 51512 51515 51518 51521 51524 51527 51530 51533 51536 51539 51542 51545 51548 51551 51554 51557 51560 51563 51566 51569 51572 51575 51578 51581 51584 51587 51590 51593 51596 51599 51602 51605 51608 51611 51614 51617 51620 51623 51626 51629 51632 51635 51638 51656 51659 51662 51665 Course Section Number P P S S S S P S S S S P S S S S P S S S S P S S S S P S S S S P 98 103 103 103 103 103 107 107 107 107 107 109 109 109 109 109 145 145 145 145 145 155 155 155 155 155 163 163 163 163 163 177 001 GRP 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE 13 TuTh 1230−2P Tu 8−9A Tu 9−10A W 4−5P Th 3−4P MW 4−530P M 10−11A Tu 4−5P Th 4−5P F 10−11A TuTh 8−930A Tu 1−2P Tu 2−3P W 12−1P F 11−12P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 3−4P Tu 4−5P W 4−5P W 10−11A MW 4−530P F 2−3P F 11−12P Th 3−4P Th 4−5P TuTh 8−930A Tu 1−2P W 4−5P W 9−10A Th 1−2P MWF 10−11A M 3−4P M 2−3P Th 1−2P Th 2−3P TuTh 8−930A Tu 10−11A Tu 4−5P F 9−10A F 2−3P TuTh 930−11A Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P Th 11−12P CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED 277 CORY 50 BARROWS 115 KROEBER 259 DWINELLE 101 WHEELER 126 BARROWS 203 WHEELER 105 DWINELLE 83 DWINELLE 109 WHEELER 101 BARKER 54 BARROWS 54 BARROWS 2032 VALLEY LSB 140 BARROWS 390 HEARST MIN 80 BARROWS 39 EVANS 2038 VALLEY LSB 55 EVANS 2 LECONTE 54 BARROWS 115 KROEBER 228 DWINELLE 187 DWINELLE 390 HEARST MIN 115 KROEBER 2032 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 115 KROEBER 141 MCCONE 79 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE 54 BARROWS 54 BARROWS 141 MCCONE 75 EVANS 259 DWINELLE 115 KROEBER 101 WHEELER 126 BARROWS 61 EVANS 61 EVANS 41 EVANS S 177 S 177 S 177 S 177 P S S S S P S S S S P S S S 179 179 179 179 179 182 182 182 182 182 189 189 189 189 Directed Group Study Theories of Law and Society Theories of Law and Society Theories of Law and Society Theories of Law and Society Theories of Law and Society Theories of Justice Theories of Justice Theories of Justice Theories of Justice Theories of Justice Aims and Limits of the Criminal Law Aims and Limits of the Criminal Law Aims and Limits of the Criminal Law Aims and Limits of the Criminal Law Aims and Limits of the Criminal Law Law and Economics I Law and Economics I Law and Economics I Law and Economics I Law and Economics I Government and the Family Government and the Family Government and the Family Government and the Family Government and the Family Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Constitutional Law Law, Politics and Society Law, Politics and Society Law, Politics and Society Law, Politics and Society Law, Politics and Society Feminist Jurisprudence Feminist Jurisprudence Feminist Jurisprudence Feminist Jurisprudence 1−4: PF MCCLAIN, C J 4 LIEBERMAN, D 4 17 BY CATEGORY 4 13 BY CATEGORY 4 COOTER, R D 11 BY CATEGORY 4 HOLLINGER, J H 9 BY CATEGORY 4 ZIMRING, F 13 BY CATEGORY 4 BROWN, R B 11 BY CATEGORY 4 SHAPIRO, M M 1 BY CATEGORY 4 FEELEY, M M 11 BY CATEGORY 4 ABRAMS, K R 7 BY CATEGORY 94 51668 51671 51674 SEE DEPT 51689 SEE DEPT S 189 P 190 P 190 104 DIS 001 SEM 002 SEM Th 8−9A MWF 10−11A Tu 10−12P 47 EVANS B56 HILDEBRAND 205 WHEELER TBA Feminist Jurisprudence Seminar on Topics in Law and Society Seminar on Topics in Law and Society Honors in Legal Studies 3 3 4 MCCLAIN, C J COOTER, R D 1 19 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: "Topics in European Legal History" Note: "Law and Economics in Growth and Development" P H195A 1−4 IND NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Prior to enrolling in Legals Studies H195A, students must have completed Legal Studies 198. P 198 P 199 001 LEC 1−9 IND Th 10−12P 2301 TOLMAN TBA Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research 2: PF 1−4 SIMON, J S NONE JR, SR & LEGAL STUDIES ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Honors Seminar" − Legal Studies 198 must be taken prior to Legal Studies H195A. LETTERS AND SCIENCE Control Number 51803 51806 51809 51812 51815 51818 51821 51824 51830 51833 51836 51839 51842 51845 51848 51851 51854 51857 51860 51863 51866 51869 51872 51875 51878 51881 51884 51887 51890 51893 51896 51899 51902 51905 51908 51911 51914 51917 51920 51923 51926 51929 Course Section Number P S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S P S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 C30U C30U C30U C30U C30U C30U C30U C30U 40B 40B 40B 40B 40B C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS 119 DIS 120 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 2: PF Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE FR &L &S Tu 330−5P W 4−5P Th 12−1P Th 10−11A Th 4−5P Th 2−3P F 9−10A M 1−2P 2040 VALLEY LSB 106 WHEELER 254 DWINELLE 255 DWINELLE 101 WHEELER 54 BARROWS 1 LECONTE CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED Exploring the Liberal Arts Exploring the Liberal Arts Exploring the Liberal Arts Exploring the Liberal Arts Exploring the Liberal Arts Exploring the Liberal Arts Exploring the Liberal Arts Introduction to Entrepreneurship Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Americans and the Global Forest Historical Studies Historical Studies Historical Studies Historical Studies Historical Studies Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy BOTTERILL, S N 1: PF MAJTELES, R J NONE L &S &BY CATEGORY Note: Limited to undergraduates in the College of Letters and Science. MW 4−530P W 8−9A W 3−4P Tu 1−2P F 10−11A MWF 3−4P Tu 2−3P Th 9−10A W 1−2P Tu 9−10A Tu 11−12P Tu 1−2P Th 11−12P Tu 3−4P Tu 10−11A W 9−10A Th 10−11A W 12−1P F 12−1P Th 1−2P W 11−12P Th 2−3P F 2−3P M 2−3P W 10−11A Tu 4−5P 242 DWINELLE 3105 ETCHEVERRY 7 EVANS 20 WHEELER WHEELER AUD 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 3 MORAN, K S 13 FR, SO Note: "History of Popular Culture" − Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Historical Studies or Social and Behavioral Sciences. 4 FILIPPENKO, A V 8 Note: Cross−listed with Astronomy C10 section 1. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Physical Science. 95 51932 51935 51938 51941 51944 51947 51950 51953 51956 51959 51962 51965 51968 51971 51974 51977 51980 51983 51986 51988 51989 51992 S S S S S S P C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70U C70V 121 DIS 122 DIS 123 DIS 124 DIS 125 DIS 126 DIS 001 LEC M 12−1P F 9−10A Th 12−1P Th 3−4P M 9−10A M 10−11A TuTh 930−11A M 1−2P Tu 12−1P W 3−4P Th 11−12P F 1−2P M 12−1P Th 1−2P W 11−12P M 11−12P Th 2−3P M 1−2P W 3−4P 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 264 EVANS 1 PIMENTEL 105 LATIMER 6 EVANS 105 LATIMER 285 CORY 71 EVANS 4 EVANS 6 EVANS 385 LECONTE 385 LECONTE 4 EVANS 75 EVANS 75 EVANS Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Introduction to General Astronomy Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Earthquakes in Your Backyard 3 MULLER, R A 7 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; "Physics for Future Presidents" − Cross−listed with Physics C10 section 1. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Physical Science. S C70V 101 DIS S C70V 102 DIS S C70V 103 DIS S C70V 104 DIS S C70V 105 DIS S C70V 106 DIS S C70V 107 DIS S C70V 108 DIS S C70V 109 DIS S C70V 110 DIS S C70V 111 DIS S C70V 112 DIS P C70Y 001 LEC P C160V 001 LEC P 170AC 001 LEC MW 3−4P 2050 VALLEY LSB Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 3 3 KELTNER, D TBA 8 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Cross−listed with Earth and Planetary Science C20 section 1. Human Happiness Note: Cross−listed with Psychology C162 section 1. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Social and Behavioral Sciences or Philosophy and Values. TuTh 1230−2P A1 HEARST ANNEX Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society 4 BRIMHALL, G H 17 Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Earth and Planetary Science 170AC section 1. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in either Physical Science or Social and Behavioral Sciences. Tu 5−6P 365 MCCONE Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; This section is for film screenings. 51998 52001 52004 52007 52010 52013 S 170AC 102 DIS S 170AC 103 DIS S 170AC 104 DIS S 170AC 105 DIS S 170AC 106 DIS S 170AC 101 LAB Th 5−6P Tu 5−6P Th 5−6P W 4−5P W 4−5P M 6−9P 325 MCCONE 325 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 365 MCCONE 325 MCCONE 2040 VALLEY LSB Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society Crossroads of Earth Resources and Society BRIMHALL, G H Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 51995 S 170AC 101 DIS LINGUISTICS 96 Control Number 52203 52206 52209 52212 52215 52218 52221 52224 52227 52230 52233 52236 52239 52242 52245 52248 52250 52251 52254 52257 52260 52263 52266 52269 52272 52275 52278 SEE DEPT 52290 52293 52296 52299 52302 52305 52308 52311 52314 Course Section Number P C1A P C1A P S S S S S S S S S P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 C9A 001 REC 002 REC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 001 REC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 4 8 15 MTuWTh 8−9A MTuWTh 3−4P MWF 2−3P W 1−2P W 4−5P W 5−6P Th 8−9A Th 1−2P Th 5−6P F 8−9A F 9−10A F 10−11A 203 WHEELER 185 BARROWS 160 KROEBER 201 WHEELER 201 WHEELER 201 WHEELER 204 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 123 DWINELLE 108 WHEELER Elementary Swahili Elementary Swahili Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Language and Linguistics Advanced Wolof Intermediate Swahili Writing Systems Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages The American Languages Directed Group Study Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science Introduction to Linguistic Science OMWAMBA, J O OMWAMBA, J O Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C11A section 1. Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C11A section 2. 4 4 3 1: PF 1 4 HOLLAND, G B HYMAN, L M RHODES, R A TBA 20 17 TBA TBA 8 Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C9A section 1. P C10A 001 REC P 11 P 24 001 LEC 001 SEM TuTh 330−530P TuTh 1230−2P Th 12−1P W 11−12P MWF 3−4P Tu 4−5P Tu 5−6P W 11−12P W 2−3P W 8−9A W 5−6P Th 8−9A Th 12−1P Th 5−6P 263 DWINELLE 246 DWINELLE 262 DWINELLE 180 BARROWS 101 MORGAN 108 WHEELER 175 DWINELLE 108 WHEELER 108 WHEELER 201 WHEELER 279 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE TBA MWF 11−12P M 12−1P M 1−2P M 2−3P Tu 8−9A Tu 11−12P Tu 5−6P W 8−9A W 4−5P 106 STANLEY 175 DWINELLE 125 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 104 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 125 DWINELLE 210 DWINELLE 104 DWINELLE Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C10A section 1. FR FR Note: "Language Myths" P 24 002 SEM P 55AC 001 LEC S 55AC 101 DIS S 55AC 102 DIS S 55AC 103 DIS S 55AC 104 DIS S 55AC 105 DIS S 55AC 106 DIS S 55AC 107 DIS S 55AC 108 DIS S 55AC 109 DIS P 98 P 100 S S S S S S S S 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1−3 GRP 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Discussion sections for Linguistics 55AC will not meeting during the first week of classes. Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 1−4 4 GARRETT, A J NONE 2 BY CATEGORY Note: Discussion sections for Linguistics 100 will not meet during the first week of classes. 97 52317 52320 52323 52326 52329 52332 52335 52338 52341 52344 52347 52350 52353 52356 52359 52362 52365 52368 52374 52377 52380 52383 52386 52389 52392 52395 52398 52401 52404 52407 52410 52416 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S 100 P C104 S S S P S S S P C104 C104 C104 106 106 106 106 110 109 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC W 5−6P TuTh 330−5P M 1−2P M 2−3P M 3−4P TuTh 1230−2P W 1−2P W 2−3P W 12−1P MWF 10−11A W 1−2P W 8−9A W 2−3P W 9−10A Th 8−9A Th 11−12P Th 5−6P TuTh 2−330P MWF 9−10A M 12−1P M 2−3P Tu 1−2P Tu 5−6P W 12−1P W 5−6P TuTh 930−11A MWF 11−12P TuTh 330−5P F 1−2P F 2−3P F 3−4P MWF 12−1P 104 DWINELLE 100 WHEELER 175 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 180 BARROWS 210 WHEELER 204 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 160 KROEBER 202 WHEELER 175 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 123 DWINELLE 104 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 123 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 101 MOFFITT 123 DWINELLE 125 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 123 DWINELLE 210 DWINELLE 213 WHEELER 182 DWINELLE 209 DWINELLE 204 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 233 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE TBA TBA TBA TBA Introduction to Linguistic Science The Mind, Language, and Politics The Mind, Language, and Politics The Mind, Language, and Politics The Mind, Language, and Politics Metaphor Metaphor Metaphor Metaphor Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology Pragmatics Comparative and Historical Linguistics Comparative and Historical Linguistics Comparative and Historical Linguistics Comparative and Historical Linguistics Comparative and Historical Linguistics Comparative and Historical Linguistics Comparative and Historical Linguistics Language Disorders Language and Gender Native America Meets the Europeans Native America Meets the Europeans Native America Meets the Europeans Native America Meets the Europeans Lexical Semantics Linguistics Honors Course Linguistics Honors Course Directed Group Study and Research Supervised Independent Study and Research 4 LAKOFF, G P NONE Note: Prerequisite: Linguistics C105. Cross−listed with Cognitive Science C104 section 1. Discussion sections for Linguistics C104 will not meet during the first week of classes. 4 LAKOFF, G P NONE Note: Prerequisite: Lower division students must have instructor approval. Discussion sections for Linguistics 106 will not meet during the first week of classes. 4 JOHNSON, K A JOHNSON, K A 1 BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite: Linguistics 100 or concurrent enrollment. Discussion sections for Linguistics 110 will not meet during the first week of classes. S 110 S S S S S S 110 110 110 110 110 110 Note: Section 101 is for graduate students only. Note: Section 107 is for graduate students only. P 123 P 130 S S S S S S P 130 130 130 130 130 130 C147 3 4 SWEETSER, E E GARRETT, A J 5 16 BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite: Linguistics 100. Note: Prerequisite: Linguistics 100. Discussion sections for Linguistics 130 will not meet during the first week of classes. 3 3 4 GAHL, S LAKOFF, R T RHODES, R A RHODES, R A RHODES, R A RHODES, R A 7 2 20 Note: Cross−listed with Cognitive Science C147 section 1. − Prerequisite: Linguistics 100. P 151 001 LEC P 155AC 001 LEC S 155AC 101 DIS S 155AC 102 DIS S 155AC 103 DIS P 181 001 LEC Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Discussion sections for Linguistics 155AC will not meet during the first week of classes. Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 3 2−4 2−4 1−4 1−4 NICHOLS, L 18 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: Prerequisite: Linguistics 120. P H195A 1−13 IND P H195B 2−14 IND P 198 P 199 1−6 GRP 1−19 IND MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 98 53203 53206 53209 53212 53215 53218 53221 53224 53227 53230 53233 53236 53239 53242 53245 53248 53251 53254 53257 53260 P 24 P 102 P C113 P 117 P C118 S P P P S P S S S P S P P P C118 120 122 123 123 130 130 130 130 136 136 H194 195 198 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 IND 001 GRP 001 GRP 001 IND M 2−4P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 11−1230P F 11−12P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 2−330P MW 330−5P M 5−6P WF 9−10A W 10−1P F 10−1P F 1−4P MWF 1−2P W 11−12P Th 3−4P Th 4−5P Th 4−5P 128 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 310 HEARST MIN 310 HEARST MIN 310 HEARST MIN 72 EVANS 348 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 128 HEARST MIN 128 HEARST MIN 128 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 314 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN 348 HEARST MIN UNSCHED NOFACILITY Freshman Seminar 1: PF GRONSKY, R CHRZAN, D C RITCHIE, R O SUZUKI, Y HEALY, K E TBA 5 9 17 9 Note: "Materials in Music" Bonding, Crystallography, and Crystal Defects 3 Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials 3 Properties of Dielectric and Magnetic Materials 3 Biological Performance of Materials 4 Biological Performance of Materials Materials Production Ceramic Processing Semiconductor Processing Semiconductor Processing Experimental Materials Science and Design Experimental Materials Science and Design Experimental Materials Science and Design Experimental Materials Science and Design Materials in Energy Technologies Materials in Energy Technologies Honors Undergraduate Research Special Topics for Advanced Undergraduates Directed Group Studies for Advanced Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study Note: Cross−listed with Mechanical Engineering C124 section 1. BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C118 section 1. 3 3 3 3 DOYLE, F M GLAESER, A M WU, J WU, J DUBON, O D 7 5 8 16 4 DEJONGHE, L C DEJONGHE, L C 1−4 RITCHIE, R O 1 RITCHIE, R O 1−4: PF RITCHIE, R O 1−4: PF RITCHIE, R O 12 NONE 20 NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR P 199 MATHEMATICS Control Number 53903 53906 53909 53912 53915 53918 53921 53924 53927 53930 53933 53936 53939 53942 53945 53948 53951 53954 53957 53960 53963 53966 53969 53972 53975 53978 53981 53984 53987 53990 53993 53996 53999 54002 54005 54008 Course Section Number P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 204 DIS 205 DIS 206 DIS 207 DIS 208 DIS 209 DIS 210 DIS 211 DIS 212 DIS 213 DIS 214 DIS 003 LEC 301 DIS 302 DIS 303 DIS 304 DIS 305 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 1 MWF 10−11A MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 11−12P MW 12−1P MW 1−2P MW 1−2P MW 2−3P MW 2−3P MW 3−4P MW 1−2P MW 8−9A MW 5−6P MW 5−6P MWF 2−3P MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 11−12P MW 11−12P MW 12−1P MW 12−1P MW 1−2P MW 1−2P MW 3−4P MW 3−4P MW 4−5P MW 12−1P MW 5−6P TuTh 1230−2P MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 10−11A 2050 VALLEY LSB 2070 VALLEY LSB 3102 ETCHEVERRY B56 HILDEBRAND 75 EVANS 47 EVANS 47 EVANS 71 EVANS 47 EVANS 3105 ETCHEVERRY 47 EVANS 5 EVANS 2032 VALLEY LSB 50 BARROWS 71 EVANS 2050 VALLEY LSB 3105 ETCHEVERRY 385 LECONTE 385 LECONTE 3105 ETCHEVERRY 3 EVANS 75 EVANS 45 EVANS 55 EVANS 3105 ETCHEVERRY 106 MOFFITT B56 HILDEBRAND 51 EVANS 87 EVANS 75 EVANS 2050 VALLEY LSB 285 CORY 105 LATIMER 81 EVANS 81 EVANS 285 CORY Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus CHRIST, F M 4 HARRISON, V C 15 4 BORCHERDS, R E 17 99 54011 54014 54017 54020 54023 54026 54029 54032 54035 54038 54041 54044 54047 54050 54053 54056 54059 54062 54065 54068 54071 54074 54077 54080 54083 54086 54089 54092 54095 54098 54101 54104 54107 54110 54113 54116 54119 54122 54125 54128 54131 54134 54137 54140 54143 54146 54149 54152 54155 54158 54161 54164 54167 54170 54173 54176 54179 54182 54185 54188 54191 54194 54197 54200 54203 54206 54209 54212 54215 54218 54221 S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 1B 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16A 16B 16B 16B 16B 16B 16B 16B 306 DIS 307 DIS 308 DIS 309 DIS 310 DIS 311 DIS 312 DIS 313 DIS 314 DIS 315 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 204 DIS 205 DIS 206 DIS 207 DIS 208 DIS 209 DIS 210 DIS 211 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 204 DIS 205 DIS 206 DIS 207 DIS 208 DIS 209 DIS 210 DIS 211 DIS 212 DIS 213 DIS 214 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS MW 11−12P MW 12−1P MW 1−2P MW 2−3P MW 2−3P MW 2−3P MW 4−5P MW 4−5P MW 5−6P MW 5−6P TuTh 8−930A MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 9−10A MW 10−11A MW 11−12P MW 12−1P MW 1−2P MW 2−3P MW 3−4P MW 4−5P MW 4−5P MW 5−6P MWF 9−10A MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 10−11A MW 10−11A MW 11−12P MW 12−1P MW 1−2P MW 2−3P MW 2−3P MW 3−4P MW 4−5P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 8−930A Tu 8−930A Tu 930−11A Tu 930−11A Tu 11−1230P Tu 11−1230P Tu 2−330P Tu 2−330P Tu 2−330P Tu 330−5P Tu 5−630P MWF 10−11A Th 8−930A Th 8−930A Th 930−11A Th 930−11A Th 11−1230P Th 11−1230P Th 1230−2P Th 1230−2P Th 2−330P Th 2−330P Th 330−5P Th 330−5P Th 5−630P Th 5−630P TuTh 930−11A Tu 8−930A Tu 8−930A Tu 11−1230P Tu 11−1230P Tu 1230−2P Tu 1230−2P 47 EVANS 6 EVANS 7 EVANS 7 EVANS 3102 ETCHEVERRY 39 EVANS 5 EVANS 3113 ETCHEVERRY 4 EVANS 61 EVANS 155 DWINELLE 71 EVANS 47 EVANS 75 EVANS 5 EVANS 87 EVANS 87 EVANS 71 EVANS 87 EVANS 87 EVANS 85 EVANS 71 EVANS 3109 ETCHEVERRY 87 EVANS 105 STANLEY 75 EVANS 5 EVANS 75 EVANS 3113 ETCHEVERRY 81 EVANS 5 EVANS 41 EVANS B56 HILDEBRAND 237 CORY 39 EVANS 70 EVANS 100 LEWIS 35 EVANS 71 EVANS 71 EVANS 7 EVANS 71 EVANS 75 EVANS 85 EVANS B51 HILDEBRAND 35 EVANS 105 LATIMER 54 BARROWS 1 PIMENTEL 81 EVANS 85 EVANS 47 EVANS 7 EVANS 105 LATIMER 47 EVANS 7 EVANS 47 EVANS 385 LECONTE 47 EVANS 105 LATIMER 31 EVANS 106 WHEELER 61 EVANS 105 STANLEY 3102 ETCHEVERRY 85 EVANS 61 EVANS 105 LATIMER 85 EVANS 71 EVANS Calculus Calculus Calculus Calculus 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Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus 4 VOJTA, P A 11 4 RIEFFEL, M A 16 3 SCANLON, T 17 3 GU, M 1 3 SILVER, J H 7 100 54224 54227 54230 54233 54236 54239 54242 54245 54247 54248 54251 54254 54257 54260 54263 54266 SEE DEPT 54296 54299 54302 54305 54308 54311 54314 54317 54320 54323 54326 54329 54332 54335 54338 54341 54344 54347 54350 54353 54356 54359 54362 54365 54368 54371 54374 54377 54380 54383 54386 54389 54392 54395 54398 54401 54404 54407 54410 54413 54416 54419 54422 54425 54428 54431 54434 54437 54440 54443 54446 54449 54452 S S S S S S P P P P S S S S S S P P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S 16B 16B 16B 16B 16B 16B 24 24 24 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 49 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 001 SEM 002 SEM 003 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 1−9 IND 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 204 DIS 205 DIS 206 DIS 207 DIS 208 DIS 209 DIS 210 DIS 211 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 204 DIS 205 DIS 206 DIS 207 DIS 208 DIS Tu 2−330P Tu 2−330P Tu 330−5P Tu 330−5P Tu 5−630P Tu 5−630P Tu 11−1230P F 3−4P Tu 8−930A TuTh 8−930A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 10−11A MW 11−12P MW 12−1P MW 2−3P 87 EVANS 47 EVANS 71 EVANS 31 EVANS 105 DWINELLE 61 EVANS 939 EVANS 891 EVANS 939 EVANS 4 LECONTE 85 EVANS 85 EVANS 51 EVANS 85 EVANS 85 EVANS 247 DWINELLE TBA 155 DWINELLE 7 EVANS 3107 ETCHEVERRY 7 EVANS 3105 ETCHEVERRY 3105 ETCHEVERRY 47 EVANS 7 EVANS 5 EVANS 7 EVANS B51 HILDEBRAND 61 EVANS 75 EVANS 246 DWINELLE 7 EVANS 85 EVANS 7 EVANS 155 DWINELLE 7 EVANS 5 EVANS 81 EVANS 5 EVANS B51 HILDEBRAND 2 EVANS 87 EVANS 75 EVANS 7 EVANS 5 EVANS 105 STANLEY 110 BARKER 9 EVANS 9 EVANS 6 EVANS 9 EVANS 9 EVANS 6 EVANS B51 HILDEBRAND B51 HILDEBRAND 9 EVANS 3109 ETCHEVERRY 110 BARKER 205 DWINELLE 205 DWINELLE 155 DWINELLE 179 STANLEY 87 EVANS 87 EVANS 179 STANLEY 179 STANLEY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 71 EVANS 47 EVANS TuTh 330−5P MWF 8−9A MWF 8−9A MWF 9−10A MWF 9−10A MWF 10−11A MWF 10−11A MWF 11−12P MWF 11−12P MWF 12−1P MWF 12−1P MWF 1−2P MWF 2−3P MWF 2−3P MWF 3−4P MWF 4−5P MWF 5−6P MWF 12−1P TuTh 8−930A TuTh 2−330P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 8−9A MWF 8−9A MWF 9−10A MWF 9−10A MWF 11−12P MWF 12−1P MWF 1−2P MWF 1−2P MWF 2−3P MWF 2−3P MWF 3−4P MWF 4−5P MWF 4−5P MWF 5−6P MWF 3−4P MWF 8−9A MWF 8−9A MWF 9−10A MWF 12−1P MWF 1−2P MWF 2−3P MWF 2−3P MWF 4−5P Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Precalculus Precalculus Precalculus Precalculus Precalculus Precalculus Precalculus Supplementary Work in Lower Division Mathematics Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus Multivariable Calculus 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and Differential Equations Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Linear Algebra and Differential Equations 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 4 GRUNBAUM, F A HARRISON, V C KIRBY, R C THE STAFF TBA TBA TBA 11 FR FR FR CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 1−3 4 FRENKEL, E NONE 20 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 4 NEU, J C 18 4 TELEMAN, C 17 4 VOICULESCU, D 8 101 54455 54458 54461 54464 54467 54470 54473 54476 54533 54536 54539 54542 54545 54548 54551 54554 54557 54560 54563 54566 54569 54572 54575 54578 54581 54584 54587 54590 54593 54596 54599 54602 54605 54608 54611 54614 54617 54620 54623 54626 54629 54632 54635 54638 54641 54644 54647 54650 54653 54656 54659 54662 54665 P H54 S H54 P S S S S S P P P P P P P P S S S S S S S S P P P P P P P P P P P P P S S S S P P P P P 55 55 55 55 55 55 104 104 104 104 104 104 H104 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 H110 113 113 113 113 113 115 121A 121A 123 125A 127 128A 128A 128A 128A 128A 130 135 142 143 152 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 SEM 002 SEM MWF 11−12P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 2−330P MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 1−2P MW 10−11A MW 2−3P TuTh 2−330P MWF 10−11A MWF 1−2P MWF 8−9A TuTh 330−5P TuTh 8−930A MWF 10−11A MWF 1−2P W 8−9A W 9−10A W 10−11A W 12−1P W 11−12P W 2−3P W 3−4P W 4−5P MWF 11−12P MWF 12−1P TuTh 8−930A TuTh 1230−2P MWF 8−9A MWF 2−3P MWF 4−5P MWF 1−2P MWF 10−11A MWF 2−3P MWF 12−1P 4 EVANS 2040 VALLEY LSB 3 EVANS 4 EVANS 61 EVANS 183 DWINELLE 2 EVANS 2 EVANS 4 EVANS 4 EVANS 70 EVANS 2 EVANS 5 EVANS 100 LEWIS 51 EVANS 51 EVANS 71 EVANS 55 EVANS 71 EVANS 41 EVANS 103 MOFFITT 237 CORY 6 EVANS 2 EVANS 4 EVANS 2 EVANS 2 EVANS 4 EVANS 4 EVANS 85 EVANS 85 EVANS 3 EVANS 3 EVANS CANCELLED 3 LECONTE B3A EVANS B3A EVANS B3A EVANS B3A EVANS 85 EVANS 85 EVANS 3 EVANS 87 EVANS 81 EVANS 81 EVANS 6 EVANS 2 EVANS 4 EVANS 70 EVANS 81 EVANS 2 EVANS TuTh 330−5P W 9−10A W 10−11A W 11−12P W 12−1P MWF 2−3P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 330−5P MWF 1−2P W 4−5P MWF 3−4P MWF 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P MWF 12−1P TuTh 330−5P MWF 3−4P S 152 P P P P P P 160 185 185 185 191 191 Honors Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Honors Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Discrete Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Introduction to Analysis Introduction to Analysis Introduction to Analysis Introduction to Analysis Introduction to Analysis Introduction to Analysis Introduction to Analysis Linear Algebra Linear Algebra Linear Algebra Linear Algebra Linear Algebra Linear Algebra Linear Algebra 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Numerical Analysis Numerical Analysis Numerical Analysis Numerical Analysis Numerical Analysis The Classical Geometries Introduction to the Theory of Sets Elementary Algebraic Topology Elementary Algebraic Geometry Mathematics of the Secondary School Curriculum II Mathematics of the Secondary School Curriculum II History of Mathematics Introduction to Complex Analysis Introduction to Complex Analysis Introduction to Complex Analysis Experimental Courses in Mathematics Experimental Courses in Mathematics 4 DAENZER, C 2 4 STRAIN, J A 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 AGOL, I RHOADES, B KLASS, M J SUSSAN, J YILMAZ, A ALDI, M WODZICKI, M HAIMAN, M 5 1 12 4 20 11 1 12 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PERSSON, P S HILL, D E PELAYO, A PAULIN, A ROSE, M HUTCHINGS, M MOK, C VOICULESCU, D MOK, C GU, M REIMANN, J S EVANS, S N STRAIN, J A 2 18 11 17 4 15 13 12 1 15 18 13 20 4 4 4 4 4 WODZICKI, M SCANLON, T ALDI, M VELASCO, M WU, H H WU, H H 15 7 17 20 12 4 4 4 4 1−4 1−4 WU, H H LIM, L YILMAZ, A CHRIST, F M GIVENTAL, A B LIM, L 8 12 9 18 20 8 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Control Number 55803 55806 55809 Course Section Number P 24 P 40 P C85 001 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1: PF 3 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA 2 1 FR M 5−6P MWF 11−12P MWF 10−11A 2105 ETCHEVERRY 390 HEARST MIN 102 MOFFITT Freshman Seminars Thermodynamics Introduction to Solid Mechanics LIEU, D K FERNANDEZ−PELLO, C STEIGMANN, D J Note: "Computer Graphics Tools" 102 Note: Cross−listed with Civil and Environmental Engineering C30 section 1. 55812 55815 55818 55821 55824 55827 55830 55833 55836 55839 55842 55845 55848 55851 55854 55857 55860 55863 55866 55869 55872 55875 55878 55881 55884 55887 55890 55893 55896 55899 55902 55905 55908 55911 55914 55917 55920 55923 55926 55929 55932 55935 55938 55941 55944 55947 55950 55953 55956 55959 55962 55965 55968 55971 55974 55977 SEE DEPT S C85 P C85 S P P P P P S S P S S S P S S S S P S S S P S S S S P C85 98 98 98 98 101 101 101 102 102 102 102 104 104 104 104 104 106 106 106 106 107A 107A 107A 107A 107A 107B 101 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 001 GRP 002 GRP 003 GRP 004 GRP 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 001 LAB 101 DEM 002 LAB 201 DEM 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 1−5 GRP W 5−6P MWF 1−2P M 5−6P Th 6−8P SA 1−3P Th 4−6P TuTh 1230−2P F 10−11A F 4−5P MW 9−10A M 10−1P Tu 11−2P Tu 2−5P MWF 1−2P Tu 5−630P W 5−6P Th 5−630P M 5−6P MWF 10−11A W 5−6P Th 5−630P Tu 5−630P MWF 4−5P Tu 8−11A W 10−1P Th 2−5P F 11−2P F 1−4P M 1−5P F 1−4P W 1−5P MWF 11−12P MWF 9−10A MW 3−4P Tu 5−630P Th 5−630P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 11−1230P MWF 3−4P M 11−12P W 10−11A TuTh 330−5P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 5−6P TuTh 930−11A MW 5−6P TuTh 5−6P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 12−1P TuTh 1230−2P W 9−10A TuTh 330−5P TuTh 5−6P MWF 10−11A 3106 ETCHEVERRY 60 EVANS 502 DAVIS UNSCHED NOFACILITY OFF CAMPUS OFF CAMPUS OFF CAMPUS 3105 ETCHEVERRY 179 STANLEY 3105 ETCHEVERRY 141 MCCONE 2105 ETCHEVERRY 2105 ETCHEVERRY 2107 ETCHEVERRY 120 LATIMER 2308 TOLMAN 3107 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 150 GSPP 3113 ETCHEVERRY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 390 HEARST MIN 122 HESSE 122 HESSE 122 HESSE 122 HESSE 122 HESSE 122 HESSE 122 HESSE 122 HESSE 3102 ETCHEVERRY 277 CORY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 348 HEARST MIN 3102 ETCHEVERRY 101 MOFFITT 2105 ETCHEVERRY 2105 ETCHEVERRY 3106 ETCHEVERRY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 2107 ETCHEVERRY 3106 ETCHEVERRY 140 HESSE 3105 ETCHEVERRY 3109 ETCHEVERRY 3102 ETCHEVERRY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 3107 ETCHEVERRY 3113 ETCHEVERRY 3113 ETCHEVERRY 1165 ETCHEVERRY TBA Introduction to Solid Mechanics Introduction to Solid Mechanics Introduction to Solid Mechanics Supervised Independent Group Studies Supervised Independent Group Studies Supervised Independent Group Studies Supervised Independent Group Studies High Mix/Low Volume Manufacturing High Mix/Low Volume Manufacturing High Mix/Low Volume Manufacturing Mechanical Engineering Design Mechanical Engineering Design Mechanical Engineering Design Mechanical Engineering Design Engineering Mechanics II Engineering Mechanics II Engineering Mechanics II Engineering Mechanics II Engineering Mechanics II Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Experimentation and Measurement Experimentation and Measurement Experimentation and Measurement Experimentation and Measurement Experimentation and Measurement Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials Heat Transfer Heat Transfer Heat Transfer Heat Transfer Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials Computer−Aided Mechanical Design Dynamic Systems and Feedback Dynamic Systems and Feedback Dynamic Systems and Feedback Mechanical Vibrations Automatic Control Systems Automatic Control Systems Combustion Processes Combustion Processes Combustion Processes Energy Conversion Principles Marine Statics and Structures Engineering Mechanics III Orthopedic Biomechanics 3 ARMERO, F 12 Note: Cross−listed with Civil and Environmental Engineering C30 section 2. 1−4: PF 1−4: PF 1−4: PF 1−4: PF 3 AGOGINO, A M LIEU, D K LIEU, D K LIEU, D K MCMAINS, S NONE NONE NONE NONE 17 3 KAZEROONI, H TBA 3 HEDRICK, J K 12 3 MARCUS, P S 1 3 SOHN, L L NONE 3 GREIF, R GREIF, R GREIF, R GREIF, R KOMVOPOULOS, K MAJUMDAR, A NONE Note: Mechanical Engineering 107B students: See bulletin board outside 6189 Etcheverry for information. Students must attend organizational meeting. Lab sections 1 and 2 are not interchangeable. S 107B P 107B S P P S S S P P P S S P P S P S S P P P P S P S P 107B 108 109 109 109 109 C124 128 132 132 132 133 134 134 140 140 140 146 164 170 C176 C176 185 185 190L 3 NONE Note: Mechanical Engineering 107B students: See bulletin board outside 6189 Etcheverry for information. Students must attend organizational meeting. Lab sections 1 and 2 are not interchangeable. 4 3 2 16 3 3 3 RITCHIE, R O YOUSSEFI, K K POOLLA, K 9 9 8 Note: Cross−listed with Materials Science and Engineering C113 section 1. 3 4 3 MA, F TOMIZUKA, M CHEN, J 20 5 7 3 3 3 4 CAREY, V P MANSOUR, A E TONGUE, B H KEAVENY, T M 9 17 18 17 Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C119 section 1. Orthopedic Biomechanics Introduction to Continuum Mechanics 3 Introduction to Continuum Mechanics Practical Control System Design: A Systematic 1 Loops... Directed Group Studies for Advanced 1−4 Undergraduates CASEY, J PACKARD, A K 20 1 NONE JR, SR P 198 MEDIA STUDIES 103 Control Number 56703 56706 56709 56712 56715 56718 56721 56724 56727 56730 56733 56742 56745 56748 56751 56754 56757 56760 56763 56766 56769 56772 56781 56784 56787 56790 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S P P P P P 10 001 LEC 10 101 DIS 10 102 DIS 10 103 DIS 10 104 DIS 10 105 DIS 10 106 DIS 10 107 DIS 10 108 DIS 10 109 DIS 10 110 DIS 102 001 LEC 102 101 DIS 102 102 DIS 102 103 DIS 102 104 DIS 102 105 DIS 102 106 DIS 102 107 DIS 102 108 DIS 102 109 DIS 102 110 DIS 180 001 LEC 190 001 SEM 190 002 SEM 190 003 SEM C196W001 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 9 TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 5−6P TuTh 6−7P TuTh 8−9A MW 4−5P MW 5−6P MW 2−3P MW 1−2P TuTh 2−3P TuTh 5−6P TuTh 11−1230P MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 4−5P MW 5−6P TuTh 4−5P TuTh 5−6P TuTh 8−9A TuTh 9−10A TuTh 1−2P TuTh 2−3P TuTh 2−330P MW 10−12P TuTh 8−930A 10 EVANS 221 WHEELER 221 WHEELER 109 WHEELER 109 WHEELER 103 WHEELER 109 WHEELER 237 CORY 103 WHEELER 109 WHEELER F295 HAAS 31 EVANS 55 EVANS 39 EVANS 55 EVANS 61 EVANS 55 EVANS 31 EVANS 61 EVANS 39 EVANS 39 EVANS 100 WHEELER 210 WHEELER 220 WHEELER UNSCHED NOFACILITY An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America An Introduction to Mass Media in America Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Effects of Mass Media Television Studies Special Topics in Mass Communications Special Topics in Mass Communications Special Topics in Mass Communications Special Field Research LEVINA, M 4 RETZINGER, J P 9 4 4 4 4 10.5 RADAOVICH, S LEVINA, M GALLOWAY, K KHAMHAENGWONG, M CLARK, J TBA 5 1 11 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ SEE DEPT P 199 1−5 IND Note: Cross−listed with Political Science C196W section 1, Sociology C196W section 1, Political Economy of Industrial Soc C196W section 1, History C196W section 1, Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C196W section 1, History of Art C196W section 1 and Gender and Women's Studies C196W section 1. TBA Supervised Independent Study for Advanced 1−4 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Undergrad... MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES Control Number 57003 Course Section Number P 102 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE BY CATEGORY W 2−4P 30 WHEELER Scope and Methods of Research in Middle Eastern Stu... GOTTREICH, E R MILITARY AFFAIRS Control Number 57203 57206 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P1 P 145A P 199 001 SES 001 SEM 1−3 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1 3 1−4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 4 12 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ BY CATEGORY MWF 630−730A F 1−4P 237 HEARST GYM 155 HEARST GYM TBA Military Physical Fitness and Nutrition National Security Forces in Contemporary American S... Supervised Independent Study and Research FEE, D M STONE, B E NONE JR, SR AEROSPACE STUDIES Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 104 57303 57306 57309 57312 P1 P 2A P 100 P 135A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LAB 001 SEM W 5−6P W 6−7P W 2−4P F 9−12P 174 BARROWS 155 HEARST GYM 20 BARROWS 155 HEARST GYM The U.S. Air Force and National Security The Evolution of U.S. Air Force Air and Space Power Leadership Laboratory Air Force Leadership Studies 1 1 0: PF 3 STONE, B E HENSON, A S HENSON, A S HENSON, A S 14 14 NONE 16 MILITARY SCIENCE Control Number 57503 57506 57509 57512 Course Section Number P P P P 1 2 100 141 001 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 0: PF 1 2 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE 17 5 18 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Tu 4−6P Tu 1230−130P Tu 130−330P F 12−3P 237 HEARST GYM 155 HEARST GYM 188 HEARST GYM 144 HEARST GYM Leadership Laboratory Foundations of Officership Individual Leadership Studies Leadership and Management FEE, D M FEE, D M FEE, D M FEE, D M NAVAL SCIENCE Control Number 57603 57606 57609 57612 Course Section Number P P P S 1 3 12A 12A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 2 3 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 14 14 14 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Th 5−7P Th 5−8P Th 5−8P Th 8−9P 155 HEARST GYM 242 HEARST GYM 188 HEARST GYM 188 HEARST GYM Introduction to Naval Science Leadership and Management I Navigation and Naval Operations I Navigation and Naval Operations I LAIRD, P A SORENSON, J H GILLESPIE, D J GILLESPIE, D J MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY Control Number 57703 57706 57709 57712 57715 57718 57721 57724 57727 57730 57733 57736 57739 57751 57754 57757 57760 57763 57766 57769 Course Section Number P 32 S S S S S S S S S S S S P 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32L 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 001 LAB 002 LAB 003 LAB 004 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 7 TuTh 930−11A M 1−2P M 2−3P Tu 1−2P Tu 2−3P Th 1−2P Th 4−5P W 8−9A W 2−3P M 1−2P W 3−4P M 1−2P F 10−11A Tu 1−5P W 1−5P Th 1−5P F 1−5P MWF 9−10A MWF 9−10A F 8−9A 2050 VALLEY LSB 105 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 242 DWINELLE 107 GPB 234 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 4056 VALLEY LSB 4056 VALLEY LSB 4056 VALLEY LSB 4056 VALLEY LSB 101 BARKER 2040 VALLEY LSB 103 MOFFITT Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Introduction to Human Physiology Laboratory Introduction to Human Physiology Laboratory Introduction to Human Physiology Laboratory Introduction to Human Physiology Laboratory Plagues and Pandemics Exploring the Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience Exploring the Brain: Introduction to WURMSER, A E Note: Also: LEW, H; MACHEN, T E 2 2 2 2 3 3 MILLER, A G MILLER, A G MILLER, A G MILLER, A G VANCE, R E WERBLIN, F S NONE NONE NONE NONE 16 16 Note: ($35 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) P 32L P 32L P 32L P 55 P 64 S 64 Note: ($35 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($35 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: ($35 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Also: BEATTY, P R 105 57772 57775 57778 57790 57802 58126 S 64 S 64 S 64 P 90D P C96 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 SEM 001 LEC F 10−11A F 11−12P F 12−1P Th 11−12P MW 12−1P TuTh 930−11A 103 MOFFITT 107 GPB 107 GPB 2070 VALLEY LSB 2040 VALLEY LSB 10 EVANS Neuroscience Exploring the Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience Exploring the Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience Exploring the Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience Immunology Studying the Biological Sciences 1: PF 1: PF BEATTY, P R MATSUI, J KURIYAN, J TBA 18 7 FR CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ BY CATEGORY Note: "Viruses and Cancer" − Part of the Food for Thought series. Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C96 section 1 and Plant and Microbial Biology C96 section 1. P C100A 001 LEC Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and 4 the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the ... Biochemistry: Pathways, Mechanisms, and 3 Regulation Biochemistry: Pathways, Mechanisms, and Regulation Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecu... Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Note: Cross−listed with Chemistry C130 section 1. 58129 58132 58135 58138 58141 58144 58147 58150 58153 58156 58159 S C100A 101 DIS S C100A 102 DIS S C100A 103 DIS S C100A 104 DIS S C100A 105 DIS S C100A 106 DIS S C100A 107 DIS S C100A 108 DIS S C100A 109 DIS S C100A 110 DIS P 100B 001 LEC F 8−9A F 1−2P F 9−10A F 10−11A F 10−11A F 11−12P F 4−5P F 1−2P F 11−12P F 2−3P MW 10−11A 105 LATIMER 105 LATIMER 105 LATIMER 9 EVANS 105 LATIMER 3 EVANS 105 LATIMER 3 EVANS 105 LATIMER 105 LATIMER 103 MOFFITT NIKAIDO, H 1 Note: Some evening exams will be given. Also: KLINMAN, J P 58162 58168 S 100B P 102 101 DIS 001 LEC W 3−4P MWF 10−11A 156 DWINELLE 155 DWINELLE NIKAIDO, H 4 THORNER, J W 1 BY CATEGORY Note: Some evening exams will be given. Also: MARTIN, A; COLLINS, K 58171 58174 58177 58180 58183 58186 58189 58192 58195 58198 58201 58204 58213 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 S 102 P 104 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 001 LEC M 9−10A M 1−2P M 2−3P M 4−5P Tu 8−9A Tu 10−11A Tu 1−2P Tu 3−4P W 11−12P W 2−3P Th 9−10A Th 1−2P MWF 9−10A 215 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 209 DWINELLE 2301 TOLMAN 79 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 215 DWINELLE 116 HAVILAND 215 DWINELLE 209 DWINELLE 116 HAVILAND 116 HAVILAND 2050 VALLEY LSB 4 URNOV, F D 16 Note: Also: DERNBURG, A; MILLER, C T 106 58216 58219 58222 58225 58228 58231 58234 58237 58240 58243 58246 58249 58258 S S S S S S S S S S S S P 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 110 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 001 LEC Tu 8−9A Tu 1−2P W 11−12P W 1−2P Th 9−10A Th 2−3P Th 4−5P W 12−1P Tu 9−10A F 3−4P W 2−3P Tu 1−2P MWF 10−11A 234 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 209 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 242 DWINELLE 209 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 243 DWINELLE 105 DWINELLE 159 MULFORD Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology Molecular Biology: Macromolecular Synthesis and Cel... 4 ALBER, T C 1 Note: Some evening exams will be given. Also: ZHOU, Q; ZHONG, Q 58261 58264 58267 58270 58273 S 110 S 110 S 110 S 110 P 110L 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC M 9−10A Molecular Biology: Macromolecular Synthesis and Cel... Molecular Biology: Macromolecular Synthesis and Cel... W 4−5P 2320 TOLMAN Molecular Biology: Macromolecular Synthesis and Cel... Th 1−2P 215 DWINELLE Molecular Biology: Macromolecular Synthesis and Cel... TuTh 1−2P 101 BARKER General Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 4 KRANTZ, B A NONE BY CATEGORY Laborato... Note: ($80 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Enrollment during Tele−BEARS Phase I is restricted to BMB and Chemical Biology majors on the degree list for Fall 2009. If you are not on the degree list, please place yourself on the waiting list to be processed during Phase II. Also: CALENDAR, R TuTh 2−5P 201 GPB General Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Laborato... TuTh 2−5P 203 GPB General Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Laborato... WF 2−5P 201 GPB General Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Laborato... MWF 11−12P 101 BARKER General Microbiology 4 RYAN, K R 2 156 DWINELLE Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C112 section 1. Also: WILDERMUTH, M C 58291 58294 58297 58300 58303 58306 58309 58312 58315 58318 58321 58324 58327 58330 58333 58336 58339 58342 58345 58354 S S S S S S P C112 C112 C112 C112 C112 C112 C112L 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LAB W 3−4P W 4−5P W 8−9A Th 8−9A Th 4−5P F 10−11A M 1−5P Tu 1−5P Th 1−2P TuTh 930−11A MWF 12−1P 2519 TOLMAN 107 MULFORD 106 MULFORD 107 MULFORD 106 MULFORD 106 MULFORD 208 GPB 208 GPB 103 GPB 107 GPB 2050 VALLEY LSB General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology Laboratory General Microbiology Laboratory General Microbiology Laboratory Microbial Diversity Cell Biology 156 DWINELLE W 9−10A 58276 58279 58282 58288 S 110L S 110L S 110L P C112 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 2 2 3 4 KOMEILI, A KOMEILI, A KOMEILI, A COATES, J D DRUBIN, D G NONE NONE 7 18 Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C112L section 1. P C112L 002 LAB S C112L 101 DIS P C116 001 LEC P 130 S S S S S S S S P 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130L 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC Note: Cross−listed with Plant and Microbial Biology C116 section 1. Note: Also: SCHEKMAN, R W; LUO, K M 10−11A 123 WHEELER Cell Biology M 3−4P 103 MOFFITT Cell Biology Tu 8−9A 103 MOFFITT Cell Biology Tu 1−2P 103 MOFFITT Cell Biology W 10−11A 123 WHEELER Cell Biology W 2−3P 103 MOFFITT Cell Biology F 10−11A 123 WHEELER Cell Biology F 2−3P 103 MOFFITT Cell Biology M 1−2P 100 WHEELER Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory 4 WELCH, M D NONE BY CATEGORY Note: ($80 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Enrollment during Tele−BEARS Phase I is restricted to CDB majors on the degree list for Fall 2009. All other students must place themselves on the waiting list to be processed during Phase II of Tele−BEARS. Also: CANDE, W Z; WEISBLAT, D A W 1−2P 4059 VALLEY LSB Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory MW 2−5P 4059 VALLEY LSB Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory W 1−2P 4047 VALLEY LSB Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory MW 2−5P 4047 VALLEY LSB Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory Tu 1−2P 100 WHEELER Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory 4 WELCH, M D NONE BY CATEGORY Note: ($80 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Enrollment during Tele−BEARS Phase I is restricted to CDB majors on the degree list for Fall 2009. All other students must place themselves on the waiting list to be processed during Phase II of Tele−BEARS. Also: CANDE, W Z; WEISBLAT, D A Th 1−2P 4047 VALLEY LSB Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory 58357 58360 58363 58366 58369 S S S S P 130L 130L 130L 130L 130L 101 DEM 101 LAB 102 DEM 102 LAB 002 LEC 58372 S 130L 201 DEM 107 58375 58378 58381 58384 58387 58390 58393 58396 58399 58402 58405 58408 58411 58414 58417 58420 58423 58426 58429 58432 58435 58438 58441 58447 58450 58453 58456 58459 58462 S S S P S S S S S S P P S S S S S S P S S S S S P S S S S P 130L 130L 130L 132 132 132 132 132 132 132 135A 136 136 136 136 136 136 136 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 150 150 150L 201 LAB 202 DEM 202 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 201 VOL 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LAB TuTh 2−5P Th 1−2P TuTh 2−5P TuTh 2−330P W 4−5P F 10−11A W 4−5P F 10−11A W 4−5P W 10−11A TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 8−930A W 1−2P F 1−2P W 9−10A W 2−3P Th 3−4P F 10−11A MWF 11−12P M 9−10A F 12−1P F 1−2P Th 1−2P MW 12−1P TuTh 930−11A 4047 VALLEY LSB 4059 VALLEY LSB 4059 VALLEY LSB 100 GPB 116 HAVILAND 88 DWINELLE 105 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 156 DWINELLE 220 WHEELER 2040 VALLEY LSB 243 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 105 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 105 DWINELLE 159 MULFORD 103 MOFFITT 103 MOFFITT 103 MOFFITT 103 MOFFITT 103 GPB 2040 VALLEY LSB Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory Biology of Human Cancer Biology of Human Cancer Biology of Human Cancer Biology of Human Cancer Biology of Human Cancer Biology of Human Cancer Biology of Human Cancer Molecular Endocrinology Physiology Physiology Physiology Physiology Physiology Physiology Physiology General Genetics General Genetics General Genetics General Genetics General Genetics General Genetics Molecular Immunology 4 LUO, K 5 Note: Also: MARTIN, G S; HE, L 3 4 FIRESTONE, G L MACHEN, T E 9 11 Note: Also: BAUTISTA, D M; CROTHERS, J M 4 URNOV, F D 2 Note: Some evening exams will be given. Also: GARRIGA, G; BREM, R 4 URNOV, F D WINOTO, A 7 Note: Some evening exams will be given. Also: BEATTY, P R; BARTON, G M M 9−10A 182 DWINELLE Molecular Immunology Tu 2−3P 103 MOFFITT Molecular Immunology M 11−12P 107 GPB Molecular Immunology Tu 1−2P 103 GPB Molecular Immunology MW 1−530P 4054 VALLEY LSB Immunology Laboratory 4 BEATTY, P R NONE MOBIO−P1 I,EM 3 &BY CATEGORY Note: ($80 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) − Enrollment during Tele−BEARS Phase I and Phase II is restricted to Immunology majors with a senior standing. All other students must place themselves on the waiting list to be processed during the adjustment period of Tele−BEARS. Also: RAULET, D MWF 9−10A 101 MORGAN Introduction to Neurobiology 4 KRAMER, R H 16 Note: Cross−listed with Neuroscience C160 section 1. Also: POO, M; FELLER, M B 58468 58471 58474 58477 58480 58483 58486 58489 58492 58495 58498 S S S S P S S S S P S C160 C160 C160 C160 163 163 163 163 163 166 166 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS Th 12−1P F 11−12P Th 12−1P F 11−12P TuTh 8−930A Tu 1−3P Th 1−3P Tu 10−12P Th 10−12P TuTh 11−12P W 4−5P 2326 TOLMAN 209 DWINELLE 103 GPB 215 DWINELLE 101 LSA 4048 VALLEY LSB 4048 VALLEY LSB 4048 VALLEY LSB 4048 VALLEY LSB 210 WHEELER 103 MOFFITT Introduction to Neurobiology Introduction to Neurobiology Introduction to Neurobiology Introduction to Neurobiology Mammalian Neuroanatomy Mammalian Neuroanatomy Mammalian Neuroanatomy Mammalian Neuroanatomy Mammalian Neuroanatomy Biophysical Neurobiology Biophysical Neurobiology 58465 P C160 001 LEC 4 MELLOTT, J G MELLOTT, J G MELLOTT, J G MELLOTT, J G MELLOTT, J G LECAR, H LECAR, H 11 Note: ($20 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 3 9 MUSIC Control Number 60403 60406 60409 Course Section Number P 20A P 20A P 20A 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 2 2 2 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 2 15 8 MWF 11−12P MWF 2−3P MWF 3−4P 117 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 117 MORRISON Basic Musicianship Basic Musicianship Basic Musicianship THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF Note: Also: DANA, C L Note: Also: DANA, C L Note: Also: DANA, C L 108 60412 60415 60418 60421 60424 60427 60430 60433 60436 60439 60442 60445 60448 60451 60454 60457 60460 60463 60466 60469 60472 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 60487 60490 60493 60496 60499 60502 60505 60508 60511 P 20A P 20A P 20A P 20A P 20B P 25A P 25A P S S S S S S S S S S S S S P 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 40 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC 007 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 001 LAB 001 LAB TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 11−12P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 11−12P M 12−1P M 12−1P M 1−2P M 2−3P M 3−4P M 4−5P M 4−5P M 5−6P F 12−1P F 12−1P F 1−2P F 2−3P F 3−4P 117 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 124 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 124 MORRISON 320 HERTZ 117 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON Basic Musicianship Basic Musicianship Basic Musicianship Basic Musicianship Basic Musicianship Introduction to Music Theory Introduction to Music Theory 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF SMART, M THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF DAVIS, J J DAVIS, J J 7 17 2 20 17 2 9 9 Note: Also: DANA, C L Note: Also: DANA, C L Note: Also: DANA, C L Note: Also: DANA, C L Note: Also: DANA, C L Note: Also: PEREIRA, D Note: Also: PEREIRA, D Introduction to Western Music 4 Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Introduction to Western Music Group Carillon Lessons for Beginning Students 1 Private Carillon Lessons for Beginning Students 1 Note: Also: WADE, B C P 41B 001 LAB Note: Also: WADE, B C P 42 001 LAB Note: Also: WADE, B C P 49A P 49B P 49B P 49C P 49C P 50 P 51 P 51 P 60 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 10−11A MWF 10−11A MWF 10−11A MWF 9−10A MWF 9−10A MWF 9−10A MWF 11−12P MWF 11−12P MWF 2−3P 125 MORRISON 124 MORRISON 135 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 124 MORRISON 124 MORRISON 135 MORRISON 124 MORRISON Thinking about Music Musicianship Musicianship Harmony Harmony Musicianship Musicianship Musicianship Harmony 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 DAVIES, J Q ROSENAK, K C DANA, C L PEREIRA, D THE STAFF ROSENAK, K C ROSENAK, K C DANA, C L THE STAFF 19 1 1 16 16 16 2 2 15 Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 49A. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 49B. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 49B. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 49C. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 49C. Also: PEREIRA, D Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 50. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 51. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 51. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 60. Carillon Lessons for Advanced Students 2 DAVIS, J J NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Private Carillon Lessons for Intermediate Students 1 DAVIS, J J NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ P 41A 109 60514 60517 60520 60523 60526 60529 60532 60535 60538 60541 60544 60547 60550 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 60574 60577 60580 60583 60586 60589 60592 60595 60598 60601 60604 60607 60610 60613 60616 60619 60622 60625 60628 P 61 P 61 P 74 S S S S P S S P 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 76 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 002 LEC 201 LAB 202 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 FLD 001 GRP MWF 10−11A MWF 1−2P TuTh 1230−2P Note: "Music of Bali" Th 330−530P Th 330−530P Th 330−530P Th 330−530P TuTh 2−330P W 12−1P W 4−5P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 4−5P W 3−4P 117 MORRISON 117 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 120 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 135 MORRISON 250 MORRISON 125 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON Harmony Harmony Introduction to Selected Musics of the World Introduction to Selected Musics of the World Introduction to Selected Musics of the World Introduction to Selected Musics of the World Introduction to Selected Musics of the World Introduction to Selected Musics of the World Introduction to Selected Musics of the World Introduction to Selected Musics of the World History of Western Music: The 18th and 19th Centuri... History of Western Music: The 18th and 19th Centuri... History of Western Music: The 18th and 19th Centuri... Field Studies Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores 3 3 4 PEREIRA, D PEREIRA, D BRINNER, B E THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF ROBERTS, T C THE STAFF THE STAFF TARUSKIN, R THE STAFF THE STAFF 1 12 17 Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 61. Note: The Music Placement Examination is required for all sections of Music 61. 4 5 4 9 S 76 S 76 P 97 P 98 1−3: PF DANA, C L 1−4: PF NONE BY CATEGORY NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "Learn to Play Sather Tower Bells Carillon Study" P 98 002 GRP CANCELLED Note: "Contemporary Pop Harmony" P 98 003 GRP Note: "Chamber Music for Fun" P 99 P P P P P P S S P P P P P P 1−3 IND TuTh 330−5P TuTh 330−5P MF 2−4P MF 2−4P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 2−330P W 12−1P W 4−5P TuTh 1230−2P Th 330−530P Th 330−530P Th 330−530P Th 330−530P MW 4−530P MW 6−730P TuTh 730−10P W 1−3P Th 6−9P TuTh 5−630P M 1−2P M 2−3P W 2−3P W 3−4P MW 530−730P MW 2−4P TBA 125 MORRISON 125 MORRISON 135 MORRISON 135 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 125 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 125 MORRISON 120 MORRISON 128 MORRISON 135 MORRISON 250 MORRISON 250 MORRISON 250 MORRISON 320 HERTZ 3 CHAVEZ 125 MORRISON 320 HERTZ 125 MORRISON 125 MORRISON 125 MORRISON 125 MORRISON 320 HERTZ 320 HERTZ Independent Study for Freshmen and 1−4 Sophomores Music Perception and Cognition 4 Music Perception and Cognition 4 Jazz Theory and Performance 1 3 Jazz Theory and Performance 1 3 Topics in the History of European and American 3 Musi... African American Music 3 African American Music African American Music Music of the Middle East 4 Music of the Middle East 4 Music of the Middle East 4 Music of the Middle East 4 Music of the Middle East 4 Javanese Gamelan 2 Javanese Gamelan University Symphony Orchestra University Wind Ensemble Gospel Chorus University Chorus University Chorus University Chorus University Chorus University Chorus University Chamber Chorus African Music Ensemble 2 2 2 2 2 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN WESSEL, D L WESSEL, D L DANA, C L DANA, C L THE STAFF ROBERTS, T C THE STAFF THE STAFF BRINNER, B E THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF MIDIYANTO, M MIDIYANTO, M MILNES, D CALONICO, R M WILSON, D M KUZMA, M C THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF KUZMA, M C LADZEKPO, C K 20 20 15 15 5 5 Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores 1−4: PF NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Directed Group Study for Freshmen and Sophomores 1−4: PF NONE 108 001 LEC 108M 001 LEC 116A 001 LEC 116AM 001 LEC 128 001 LEC 130B 130B 130B 132 132 132 132 132 140 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 LEC 102 LEC 103 LEC 104 LEC 001 STD 002 STD 001 STD 001 STD 001 STD 001 STD 101 VOL 102 VOL 103 VOL 104 VOL 001 STD 001 STD 17 5 5 5 5 NONE NONE NONE NONE 14 NONE Note: Performance ensemble course. Auditions are required. Section 1 is for beginning students. P 140 P 141 P 142 P 143 P 144 S S S S P P 144 144 144 144 145 148 Note: Performance ensemble course. Auditions are required. Section 2 is for intermediate students. Note: Performance ensemble course. Auditions are required. See the Department of Music website at music.berkeley.edu for details. Note: Performance ensemble course. Auditions are required. See the Department of Music website at music.berkeley.edu for details. Also: WADE, B C; M 4−6P, 3 CHAVEZ Note: Performance ensemble course. Auditions are required. See the Department of Music website at music.berkeley.edu for details. 60643 60646 2 2 NONE NONE 110 Note: Performance ensemble course. Auditions are required. See the Department of Music website at music.berkeley.edu for details. 60649 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 60673 60676 60679 60682 60685 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 149 P 150A 001 STD 001 STD TuTh 130−330P 320 HERTZ University Baroque Ensemble Instrumental Performance 2 3 MORONEY, D MILNES, D NONE NONE Note: "Orchestral Instruments" P 150B P 150C 001 STD 001 STD Note: "Keyboard Instruments" P 150D 001 STD Note: "Non−Western Instruments" P 150E 001 STD Note: "Jazz and Improvisation" P 150G 001 STD P 150H P P P P 155 156 161A 179 001 STD 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−5 IND 001 FLD 001 GRP CANCELLED Note: "Contemporary Pop Harmony" P 198 002 GRP Note: "Chamber Music for Fun" Also: FONG, L P 199 1−19 IND TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Group Special Study for Advanced Undergraduates 1−4: PF MAHER, K NONE JR, SR TuTh 930−11A MWF 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P M 2−5P MW 2−330P 128 MORRISON 124 MORRISON 135 MORRISON 242 MORRISON 116 MORRISON TBA Guitar Performance Early Music Performance Music Composition Studies in Musical Analysis Instrumental Conducting Topics in History, Culture, and Analysis Topics in Research and Performance Special Study for Honors Candidates in Music Field Studies Group Special Study for Advanced Undergraduates 2 1−3 3 3 3 3 3 4 1−3: PF DANA, C L 1−4: PF LANDAU, Y BRINNER, B E MORONEY, D UENO, K COX, C MILNES, D MATHEW, N VAN ORDEN, K NONE TBA 7 12 9 15 15 NONE NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE Jazz Performance 1 UENO, K NONE Various Musical Practices Performance 3 BRINNER, B E NONE Vocal Performance Keyboard Performance 3 2 KUZMA, M C MATHEW, N NONE NONE Note: "Music and Politics" P 189 P H195 P 197 P 198 Note: "Renaissance Viol Consort" NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES Control Number 61103 Course Section Number P R1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 5 TuTh 2−330P 151 BARROWS Native American Studies Reading and Composition Native American Studies Reading and Composition THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 61106 S R1A 101 DIS Tu 11−12P 151 BARROWS THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 61109 61112 61115 61118 61121 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P S P S P P 20A 20A 71 71 90 97 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 SEM 1−4 FLD 1−2 GRP MWF 10−11A Th 11−12P TuTh 330−5P Tu 9−10A MWF 8−9A 175 BARROWS 151 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 130 WHEELER 104 BARROWS TBA TBA Introduction to Native American Studies 4 Introduction to Native American Studies Native Americans in North America to 1900 4 Native Americans in North America to 1900 Freshman Seminar−−Myth, Memory and History4 Field Work in Native American Communities 1−3 Supervised Group Study and Research 1−3 PIATOTE, B THE STAFF SHIVELY, J THE STAFF PEARSON, D J 1 20 4 FR, SO & BY CATEGORY NONE NONE FR, SO & BY CATEGORY P 98 111 SEE DEPT 61154 61157 61163 61166 61169 61172 61175 61178 SEE DEPT P 99 P 100 P 102 P P P P 149 152 158 178AC 1−4 IND 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM 001 IND 002 IND 001 IND Note: For instructions for Native American Studies 98 which require instructor approval and Class Entry Codes, see Undergraduate Advisor, Ruth Hopper, 528 Barrows Hall, (510)642−6613. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE M 3−6P MWF 11−12P MWF 1−2P MWF 9−10A W 3−6P TuTh 930−11A 251 DWINELLE 125 DWINELLE 20 WHEELER 104 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 104 BARROWS Native American Law Critical Native American Legal and Policy Studies Gender in Native American Society Survey of Native American Tribal Government Native Americans and the Cinema Africans in Indian Country Senior Thesis Senior Thesis Native American Studies Honors Course 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 MYERS, J A BIOLSI, T J PEARSON, D J PIATOTE, B SHIVELY, J SATTWA, A THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF 8 2 12 16 8 7 TBA TBA NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; P 195 P 195 P H195 UNSCHED NOFACILITY SEE DEPT P 197 1−5 FLD Note: For instructions for Native American Studies H195 which require instructor approval and Class Entry Codes, see Undergraduate Advisor, Ruth Hopper, 528 Barrows Hall, (510)642−6613. The deadline to add this course is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Field Work in the Native American Community 1−3 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For instructions for Native American Studies 197 which require instructor approval and Class Entry Codes, see Undergraduate Advisor, Ruth Hopper, 528 Barrows Hall, (510)642−6613. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Group Study 1−3 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For instructions for Native American Studies 198 which require instructor approval and Class Entry Codes, see Undergraduate Advisor, Ruth Hopper, 528 Barrows Hall, (510)642−6613. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3 NONE JR, SR Note: For instructions for Native American Studies 199 which require instructor approval and Class Entry Codes, see Undergraduate Advisor, Ruth Hopper, 528 Barrows Hall, (510)642−6613. The deadline to add these courses is the end of the third week of classes. TuTh 1230−2P 123 WHEELER Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3: PF THE STAFF NONE JR, SR MWF 12−1P MWF 10−11A MWF 2−3P 104 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 279 DWINELLE Supervised Independent Study and Research Supervised Independent Study and Research Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3: PF THE STAFF 1−3: PF THE STAFF 1−3: PF THE STAFF NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR SEE DEPT P 198 1−6 GRP SEE DEPT P 199 1−12 IND SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 199 P 199 P 199 P 199 020 IND 021 IND 022 IND 023 IND NATURAL RESOURCES Control Number 61303 61306 Course Section Number P 24 P 24 001 SEM 002 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1: PF Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA FR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Th 5−6P 4301 FOOTHILL 4 Freshman Seminars BERCK, P Note: "Global Environment Theme House Freshman Seminar" − Course enrollment is restricted to Global Environmenttal Theme House residents. Also: POTTS, M Tu 430−7P 260 MULFORD Freshman Seminars 1: PF WELTER, S C TBA FR Note: "Dean's Night Out − Environmental Issues: Conflicts, Tradeoffs and Resolutions" − The series will address a range of environmental topics from multiple perspectives and disciplinary approaches, e.g. promises and problems with biofuels, conflicts between local needs and conservation biology, or pesticides use. Guest faculty speakers with a range of expertise will meet with students in an informal setting to provide an overview of the nightly topic, and to generate more broad discussions with the students. Th 5−6P 4301 FOOTHILL 4 Sophomore Seminar 1: PF POTTS, M TBA SO ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: "Global Environment Theme House Sophomore Seminar" − Course enrollment is restricted to Global Environmental Theme House residents. Also: BERCK, P 61309 P 84 001 SEM NEAR EASTERN STUDIES Control Number 61403 Course Section Number P R1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 8 MWF 3−4P 54 BARROWS Reading and Composition in Ancient Near Eastern Tex... Introduction to the Near East Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT 61406 P 10 001 LEC MWF 9−10A 3 LECONTE 4 HAYES, J L 16 112 61409 61412 61415 61418 61421 61424 61427 61430 61433 61436 61439 61442 S S S S S P S S S S S P 10 10 10 10 10 18 18 18 18 18 18 24 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 001 SEM 61445 61448 SEE DEPT 61475 61478 61481 61484 61487 61490 P 24 P C26 P 99 002 SEM 001 LEC 1−6 IND M 3−4P 271 BARROWS Introduction to the Near East Tu 2−3P 271 BARROWS Introduction to the Near East W 12−1P 271 BARROWS Introduction to the Near East Th 1−2P 271 BARROWS Introduction to the Near East F 1−2P 271 BARROWS Introduction to the Near East TuTh 2−330P 160 KROEBER Introduction to Ancient Egypt 4 REDMOUNT, C A 5 Tu 1−2P 271 BARROWS Introduction to Ancient Egypt M 12−1P 271 BARROWS Introduction to Ancient Egypt M 4−5P 271 BARROWS Introduction to Ancient Egypt Tu 12−1P 271 BARROWS Introduction to Ancient Egypt Tu 4−5P 279 DWINELLE Introduction to Ancient Egypt M 1−2P 271 BARROWS Freshman Seminars 1 REDMOUNT, C A TBA FR Note: "Ancient Egypt at Berkeley: Egyptian Archaeology in the Hearst Museum" − The first seminar meeting will be held in the Exhibit Gallery in Hearst Museum, Kroeber Hall. Future seminar meeting locations will be announced in the first class. Tu 10−11A 180 BARROWS Freshman Seminars 1 SIDDIQ, M TBA FR Note: "Islam and Imaginative Literature: The Making of a Problematic Relation" TuTh 1230−2P 182 DWINELLE TBA Introduction to Central Asia Supervised Independent Study 3 1−4 MEHENDALE, S 17 NONE Note: Cross−listed with Geography C55 section 1. Note: To enroll you must obtain prior approval by getting signatures of your adviser and the instructor on a petition form (available in 250 Barrows Hall during the advising period). P S P P S P 106A 106A 109 112 112 C120B 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC TuTh 330−5P M 2−3P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 330−5P W 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P 151 BARROWS 271 BARROWS 206 WHEELER 115 KROEBER 271 BARROWS 103 MOFFITT Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt Mesopotamian History Survey of Ancient Egyption History Survey of Ancient Egyption History The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE The Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000−330 BCE Archaeology of the Southern Levant Islam History of Persian Literature Ancient Near Eastern Studies 4 3 4 4 ROCHBERG, F 20 20 20 9 FELDMAN, M Note: Cross−listed with History of Art C120B section 1. 61493 61496 61499 61502 61505 61508 61517 S C120B 101 DIS S C120B 102 DIS S C120B 103 DIS P P P P 124A 146A 162A 192A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM M 9−10A M 10−11A M 8−9A MW 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P W 2−5P 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 425 DOE LIBRARY 18 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 185 BARROWS 271 BARROWS 3 3 4 2,4 PORTER, B ALGAR, H AHMADI, S MEHENDALE, S 13 9 17 15 Note: "The Archaeology of Central Asia" ARABIC Control Number 62003 62006 62009 62012 62015 62018 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1A P 1AW 002 REC 003 REC 004 REC 005 REC 006 REC 007 REC 001 WBL Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 10 10 MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 11−12P MTWTF 3−4P 140 BARROWS 223 WHEELER 223 WHEELER 103 WHEELER 271 BARROWS 223 WHEELER UNSCHED OFF CAMPUS Elementary Arabic Elementary Arabic Elementary Arabic Elementary Arabic Elementary Arabic Elementary Arabic Elementary Arabic Distance Learning Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES S'HIRI, S BAZIAN, H A 10 10 10 TBA CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 113 62024 62027 62030 62033 62036 62039 P 20A P 20A P 20A P 104B P 107 P 111A 001 REC 002 REC 003 REC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: "Arabic Without Walls" − This online course is offered through the Berkeley Language Center and is intended for enrollment by non−Berkeley students only. For information, please go to the Center's website at blc.berkeley.edu/index.html or call 510−642−0767, extension 13. MTWTF 9−10A 224 WHEELER Intermediate Arabic 5 BAZIAN, H A 16 MTWTF 8−9A 252 BARROWS Intermediate Arabic 5 4 MW 11−12P 252 BARROWS Intermediate Arabic 5 S'HIRI, S 9 Note: Also: TuTh 11−1230P, 252 BARROWS Tu 2−5P MW 1230−2P TuTh 11−1230P 252 BARROWS 252 BARROWS 115 BARROWS Classical Arabic Prose Arabic Historical and Geographical Texts Survey of Arabic Literature (in Arabic) 3 3 3 LARKIN, M HAYES, J L SIDDIQ, M 5 18 9 CUNEIFORM Control Number 62203 62206 Course Section Number P 100A P 102A 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 7 17 TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P 12 BARROWS 12 BARROWS Elementary Akkadian Elementary Sumerian PEARCE, L E VELDHUIS, N C EGYPTIAN Control Number 62403 Course Section Number P 100A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 TuTh 1230−2P 18 BARROWS Elementary Egyptian HEBREW Control Number 62603 62606 62609 62612 62615 62618 Course Section Number P 1A P 1A P 20A P 100A P 104A P 107A 001 REC 002 REC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 5 3 3 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 10 7 17 NONE 9 MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 9−10A MW 10−11A TuTh 1230−2P M 2−5P TuTh 11−1230P 271 BARROWS 129 BARROWS 252 BARROWS 252 BARROWS 252 BARROWS 8B BARROWS Elementary Hebrew Elementary Hebrew Intermediate Hebrew Advanced Hebrew Modern Hebrew Literature and Culture Biblical Hebrew Texts BOYARIN, C BOYARIN, C ADLER, R ADLER, R KRONFELD, C ADLER, R Note: Also: TuTh 930−11A, 252 BARROWS PERSIAN Control Number 62903 62906 62909 62912 62915 Course Section Number P 1A P 11A P 100A P 101A P 102A 001 LEC 001 REC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 5 3 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 16 1 17 20 MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 10−11A TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 330−5P 271 BARROWS 106 DWINELLE 271 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 221 WHEELER Elementary Modern Persian Reading and Composition for Persian Speaking Studen... Intermediate Modern Persian Selected Readings in Persian Literature Readings in Classical Persian Prose SCHWARTZ, K L ALAVI, S PIRNAZAR, J PIRNAZAR, J AHMADI, S Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES IRANIAN Control Number Course Section Number Unit Credit Exam Restrictions Group Day−Hour Room Course Title Instructor 114 63203 P 110A 001 LEC TuTh 1230−2P 8A BARROWS Middle Persian 3 SCHWARTZ, M NONE TURKISH Control Number 63403 63406 63409 Course Section Number P 1A P 100A P 101A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 14 12 MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 11−12P MW 1−230P 129 BARROWS 8A BARROWS 8A BARROWS Elementary Modern Turkish Intermediate Modern Turkish Readings in Modern Turkish ALGAR, A E ALGAR, A E NEUROSCIENCE Control Number 63503 63506 63509 63512 63515 63518 Course Section Number P C129 P C160 S S S S C160 C160 C160 C160 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 12 16 MW 1−2P MWF 9−10A Th 12−1P F 11−12P Th 12−1P F 11−12P 101 BARKER 101 MORGAN 2326 TOLMAN 209 DWINELLE 103 GPB 215 DWINELLE The Aging Human Brain Introduction to Neurobiology Introduction to Neurobiology Introduction to Neurobiology Introduction to Neurobiology Introduction to Neurobiology JAGUST, W J FELLER, M B Note: Cross−listed with Public Health C129 section 1. 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Also: POO, M; KRAMER, R H NEW MEDIA Control Number 63903 Course Section Number P 190 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE TuTh 1230−2P 122 WHEELER Special Topics in New Media DE KOSNIK, A T Note: "Asian/American Performance Across Media" NUCLEAR ENGINEERING Control Number 64003 64006 64009 64012 64015 64018 64021 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 24 P 39A P 101 P 120 P 124 P 161 P 180 P 199 001 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−6 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1 2 4 4 3 4 4 1−4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA TBA 18 15 5 7 20 NONE JR, SR W 3−4P MW 1−2P MWF 12−1P MW 2−4P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 330−530P 237 CORY 3113 ETCHEVERRY 3113 ETCHEVERRY 3111 ETCHEVERRY 3102 ETCHEVERRY 3105 ETCHEVERRY 3102 ETCHEVERRY TBA Freshman Seminars Introduction to Nuclear Engineering Nuclear Reactions and Radiation Nuclear Materials Radioactive Waste Management Nuclear Power Engineering Introduction to Controlled 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DIS 126 DIS 127 DIS 128 DIS 129 DIS 130 DIS 001 SEM 1−3 GRP 1−4 IND 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LAB 002 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 101 LAB 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−3 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 15 BY CATEGORY CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN MW 2−3P M 8−9A M 8−9A M 9−10A M 9−10A M 9−10A M 10−11A M 10−11A M 1−2P M 4−5P M 3−4P Tu 8−9A Tu 8−9A Tu 9−10A Tu 10−12P Tu 10−11A Tu 11−12P Tu 12−1P Tu 1−2P Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P Tu 4−5P Tu 4−5P W 8−9A W 9−10A W 10−11A W 10−11A W 11−12P W 11−12P W 12−1P W 1−2P W 11−12P WHEELER AUD 107 GPB 103 GPB 2038 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 2062 VALLEY LSB 2062 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 2070 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 2070 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB 138 MORGAN 109 MORGAN 110 BARKER 103 GPB 109 MORGAN 109 MORGAN 109 MORGAN 2326 TOLMAN 220 WHEELER 2326 TOLMAN 2030 VALLEY LSB 138 MORGAN 2308 TOLMAN 107 GPB 240 MULFORD 107 GPB 109 MORGAN 109 MORGAN L3 UNIT II TOWL TBA TBA Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Introduction to Human Nutrition Freshman Seminar Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research Nutrient Function and Metabolism Introduction and Application of Food Science Application of Food Science Laboratory Application of Food Science Laboratory Toxicology Mechanisms of Metabolic Regulation Medical Nutrition Therapy Nutrition in the Community Nutrition and Toxicology Laboratory Nutrition and Toxicology Laboratory Nutrition and Toxicology Laboratory THE STAFF Note: Attendance in the discussion section you enroll in is required. If you do not attend your first discussion meeting, you will be dropped from the class. Also: MCCOIN, M C 1: PF 1−3 1−3 3 3 1 1 3 3 4 3 4 CHANG, G W TBA NONE NONE Note: "The Freshman Experience: A Comparative Study" P 98 P 99 P P P P P 103 108A 108B 108B 110 TuTh 8−930A TuTh 11−1230P Th 1−430P F 1−430P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P MF 10−12P TuTh 930−11A Tu 1−2P Th 1−2P TuTh 2−5P M 1−2P W 1−2P 101 MORGAN 240 MULFORD 138 MORGAN 138 MORGAN 159 MULFORD 141 GIANNINI 2308 TOLMAN 166 BARROWS 107 GPB 107 GPB 33 HILGARD 2308 TOLMAN 2308 TOLMAN TBA FLEMING, S MCCOIN, M C MCCOIN, M C MCCOIN, M C BJELDANES, L F NAPOLI, J L MEAD, M S CRAWFORD, P A BJELDANES, L F BJELDANES, L F BJELDANES, L F THE STAFF MEAD, M S 11 9 17 12 7 9 1 7 17 BY CATEGORY CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: Also: WANG, J P 150 P 161A P 166 P 171 S 171 S 171 P 190 P 192 P 198 Note: Also: SUL, H S BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: Also: GOSLINER, W A Note: ($90 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Also: DE LUMEN, B O; LEITMAN, D C Note: Also: DE LUMEN, B O; LEITMAN, D C Note: Also: DE LUMEN, B O; LEITMAN, D C Introduction to Research in Nutritional Sciences 1 Junior Seminar in Dietetics 1 Directed Group Study 1−3 NONE BY CATEGORY 12 NONE JR, SR 116 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 199 P 199 1−25 IND 026 IND TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3 1−3: PF LEITMAN, D C NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR OPTOMETRY Control Number 65503 65506 Course Section Number P 39B P 98 001 SEM 001 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA TBA FR, SO & BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 230−4P Tu 5−6P 394 MINOR 489 MINOR Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Directed Group Study 2−4: PF ENOCH, J M 1: PF VAN SLUYTERS, R C Note: "The Developing World: Profound Challenges, Needs, and Opportunities − An Example Applied to Eye Care in India" VISION SCIENCE Control Number 66403 66406 66409 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 24 P 24 P 24 P 199 001 SEM 002 SEM 003 SEM 1−3 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1: PF 1: PF 1: PF 1−4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA TBA TBA TBA BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ F 2−4P Th 1230−2P M 4−6P 394 MINOR 394 MINOR 491 MINOR TBA Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Freshman Seminars Supervised Independent Study and Research VAN SLUYTERS, R C HARVEY, P L LEVI, D M Note: "The Human Eye" Note: "Myths, Mysteries and Discoveries in Medicine" Note: "Oh Say Can You See" PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES Control Number 66703 66706 66709 66712 66715 66718 66721 66724 66727 66736 66739 66741 66742 66744 66766 66748 66751 66756 66757 66760 66763 Course Section Number P S S S S S S S S P P P P P P P P 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 94 98 100 119 119 119 126 135 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 DIS 001 GRP 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 18 UG MW 12−2P M 2−3P M 2−3P Tu 1−2P Tu 12−1P W 8−9A Th 1−2P Th 9−10A M 2−3P W 1−2P M 5−7P MW 4−530P 105 STANLEY 103 WHEELER 235 DWINELLE 45 EVANS 45 EVANS 61 EVANS 321 HAVILAND 41 EVANS 321 HAVILAND 1 LECONTE L15 UNIT II WADA 213 WHEELER Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Theory and Practice of Meditation Directed Group Study Peace Theory: Approaches and Analyses Special Topics in Peace and Conflict Issues Special Topics in Peace and Conflict Issues Special Topics in Peace and Conflict Issues International Human Rights Special Topics in Regional Conflict Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice Introduction to Nonviolence Conflict Resolution, Social Change, and the Culture... Directed Group Study for Upper Division Students GIOVANNINI, F 1: PF 1−3: PF 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 AZEVEDO, A AZEVEDO, A SHACKFORD−BRADLEY, GIOVANNINI, F SHACKFORD−BRADLEY, BRENNAN, M ZOOK, D C NICHOLLS, C I 12 NONE TBA 13 TBA TBA 9 20 Note: "International Peacemaking: Diplomacy, Peacekeeping and Peace Processes in the 21st Century" TuTh 11−1230P Th 4−7P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 2−330P M 5−7P 2 LECONTE 220 WHEELER 200 WHEELER 3108 ETCHEVERRY 122 WHEELER L15 UNIT II WADA Note: "Perspectives for Sustainable Rural Development in Latin America" P 150 P 164A P 170 P 198 THE STAFF 9 AZEVEDO, A 20 SHACKFORD−BRADLEY, 5 NONE JR, SR 1−3: PF AZEVEDO, A 117 PHILOSOPHY Control Number 67103 67124 67151 67172 67205 67232 67247 67256 67267 67679 67682 67268 67289 67301 67309 67685 67688 67691 67310 67319 67331 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT Course Section Number P3 P7 P 12A P 25A P 100 P 104 P 115 P 122 P S S P 125 125 125 132 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−8 TUT 1−3 GRP 1−24 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 16 20 16 1 NONE 2 18 9 12 MWF 9−10A TuTh 330−5P MWF 9−10A MWF 10−11A Th 2−4P MWF 11−12P MWF 12−1P TuTh 11−1230P MWF 1−2P Tu 10−11A Th 10−11A TuTh 930−11A MWF 3−4P MWF 1−2P TuTh 2−330P W 1−2P W 2−3P W 3−4P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P 160 KROEBER 145 DWINELLE 105 NORTH GATE 10 EVANS 110 BARROWS 2 LECONTE 100 WHEELER 213 WHEELER 210 WHEELER 2070 VALLEY LSB 2070 VALLEY LSB 50 BIRGE 213 WHEELER 220 WHEELER 126 BARROWS 102 BARROWS 51 EVANS 78 BARROWS 123 WHEELER 9 LEWIS 110 WHEELER TBA TBA TBA The Nature of Mind Existentialism in Literature and Film Introduction to Logic Ancient Philosophy Philosophical Methods Ethical Theories Political Philosophy Theory of Knowledge Metaphysics Metaphysics Metaphysics Philosophy of Mind Theory of Meaning Philosophy of Perception Philosophy of Society Philosophy of Society Philosophy of Society Philosophy of Society Kant Heidegger CAMPBELL, J J DREYFUS, H L MANCOSU, P MACFARLANE, J G THE STAFF WALLACE, R J MUNOZ−DARDE, V STROUD, B G Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional two hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional two hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. 4 4 4 4 SEARLE, J R CAMPBELL, J J MARTIN, M 7 8 12 5 Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Philosophy and Values. P 135 P 136 P S S S P 138 138 138 138 178 Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. 4 4 WARREN, D M DREYFUS, H L FREDE, D NONE 9 17 NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. P 185 P 189 P H195 P 198 P 199 Note: An additional one hour discussion will be arranged during the first two weeks of instruction. 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change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Yoga−Gentle/Restorative ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Circuit Weight Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Circuit Weight Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Resistance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Resistance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 119 68084 68087 68090 68093 68096 68099 68102 68105 68108 68111 68114 68117 68120 68123 68126 68129 68132 68135 68138 68141 68144 68147 68150 68153 68156 68159 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 028 LAB 029 LAB 030 LAB 031 LAB 032 LAB 033 LAB 034 LAB 035 LAB 036 LAB 037 LAB 038 LAB 039 LAB 040 LAB 041 LAB 042 LAB 043 LAB 044 LAB 045 LAB 046 LAB 047 LAB 048 LAB 049 LAB 050 LAB 051 LAB 052 LAB 053 LAB MW 10−11A MW 11−12P MW 2−3P TuTh 11−12P TuTh 12−1P TuTh 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 10−11A MW 11−12P TuTh 10−11A TuTh 11−12P TuTh 2−3P MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 10−11A MW 1−2P MW 2−3P MW 3−4P TuTh 8−9A TuTh 9−10A TuTh 4−5P TuTh 3−4P MW 10−11A TuTh 10−11A TuTh 9−10A 125E REC SPRT FAC 125E REC SPRT FAC 125E REC SPRT FAC 125E REC SPRT FAC 125E REC SPRT FAC RSF FLDHOUSE 220 HEARST GYM 220 HEARST GYM 220 HEARST GYM 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 135 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 135 REC SPRT FAC HEARSTGYMCTS HEARSTGYMCTS RSF FLDHOUSE Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Resistance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Resistance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Resistance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Resistance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Resistance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Fitness − Sports Performance Training ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Yongmudo/Self−Defense ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Yongmudo/Self−Defense ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Yongmudo/Self−Defense ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Yongmudo/Self−Defense ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Yongmudo/Self−Defense ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Yongmudo/Self−Defense ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Judo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Judo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Judo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Martial Arts − Kumdo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Elementary Activities Volleyball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 120 68162 68165 68168 68171 68174 68177 68180 68183 68186 68189 68192 68195 68198 68201 68204 68207 68210 68213 68216 68219 68222 68225 68228 68231 68234 68237 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 001 LAB 002 LAB 003 LAB 004 LAB 005 LAB 006 LAB 007 LAB 008 LAB 009 LAB 010 LAB 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 016 LAB 017 LAB 018 LAB 019 LAB 020 LAB 021 LAB 001 LAB 002 LAB 003 LAB 004 LAB 005 LAB MW 11−12P TuTh 10−11A TuTh 2−3P MW 11−12P M 2−4P W 2−4P Tu 12−2P F 1−3P F 11−1P Tu 12−2P TuTh 10−11A MW 3−4P TuTh 11−12P MW 12−1P TuTh 12−1P TuTh 3−4P TuTh 2−3P MW 11−12P TuTh 11−12P Tu 10−12P Th 10−12P MW 10−11A MW 2−3P TuTh 1−2P TuTh 8−9A MW 10−11A HEARST POOL HEARST POOL HEARST POOL RSF FLDHOUSE 230 HEARST GYM 230 HEARST GYM 230 HEARST GYM 230 HEARST GYM 230 HEARST GYM 234 HEARST GYM 230 HEARST GYM 251 HEARST GYM 251 HEARST GYM 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC 145 REC SPRT FAC HEARSTGYMCTS HEARSTGYMCTS RSF FLDHOUSE RSF FLDHOUSE HEARST POOL HEARST POOL HEARST POOL 220 HEARST GYM RSF FLDHOUSE Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY Note: Low Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Basketball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Dance − Ballet ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Dance − Ballet ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Dance − Jazz Dance ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Dance − Jazz Dance ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Dance − Modern Dance ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Dance − Tap Dance ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Fitness − Stretch, Strength, and Alignment ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Fitness − Yoga−Vinyasa ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Fitness − Yoga−Vinyasa ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Martial Arts − Yongmudo/Self−Defense ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Martial Arts − Judo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Volleyball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Low Intermediate Activities Volleyball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Badminton ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Basketball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 121 68240 68243 68246 68249 68252 68255 68258 68261 68264 68267 68270 68273 68276 68279 68282 68285 68288 68291 SEE DEPT P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P5 P 11 006 LAB 007 LAB 008 LAB 009 LAB 010 LAB 011 LAB 012 LAB 013 LAB 014 LAB 015 LAB 001 LAB 002 LAB 003 LAB 004 LAB 005 LAB 006 LAB 007 LAB 001 LAB 1−26 LAB MW 12−1P W 11−1P Th 4−6P TuTh 1−2P TuTh 1−2P M 12−2P Tu 10−12P W 12−2P Th 12−2P Tu 12−2P MW 9−10A MW 3−4P TuTh 3−4P MW 1−2P Tu 12−2P Th 10−12P Th 12−2P W 4−6P RSF FLDHOUSE 230 HEARST GYM 230 HEARST GYM 251 HEARST GYM 145 REC SPRT FAC HEARSTGYMCTS CHANNING CTS HEARSTGYMCTS HEARSTGYMCTS RSF FLDHOUSE HEARST POOL HEARST POOL HEARST POOL RSF FLDHOUSE HEARSTGYMCTS CHANNING CTS RSF FLDHOUSE 230 HEARST GYM TBA Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities Physical Education Activities .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 FREDE, D NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY NONE NONE BY CATEGORY NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Intermediate Activities Basketball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Dance − Ballet ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Dance − Lyrical Jazz ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Fitness − Yoga−Vinyasa ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Martial Arts − Taekwondo ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Intermediate Activities Volleyball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: High Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: High Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: High Intermediate Activities Aquatics − Swimming ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: High Intermediate Activities Basketball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: High Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: High Intermediate Activities Tennis ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: High Intermediate Activities Volleyball ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Note: Advanced Activities Dance − Technique and Performance ($10−$15 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) SEE DEPT P 12 1−30 LAB Note: Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Baseball Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Basketball; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Crew; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Cross Country; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Football; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Golf; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Gymnastics; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Soccer; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Swimming; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Tennis; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Track and Field; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Water Polo; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Men − Weight Training TBA Physical Education Activities .5 FREDE, D NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Basketball Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Crew; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Cross Country; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Field Hockey; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Golf; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Gymnastics; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Lacrosse; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Soccer; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Softball; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Swimming and Diving; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Tennis; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Track and Field; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Volleyball; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Water Polo; Intercollegiate Athletic Teams for Women − Weight Training M 8−9A 20 BARROWS Fitness for Life: Physical Adaptations to 2 JOHANNESSEN, S 4 Exercise M 1−4P 188 HEARST GYM Fitness for Life: Physical Adaptations to JOHANNESSEN, S Exercise Tu 8−11A 188 HEARST GYM Fitness for Life: Physical Adaptations to JOHANNESSEN, S Exercise W 1−4P 188 HEARST GYM Fitness for Life: Physical Adaptations to JOHANNESSEN, S Exercise Th 8−11A 188 HEARST GYM Fitness for Life: Physical Adaptations to JOHANNESSEN, S Exercise 68462 68465 68468 68471 68474 P 32 S 32 S 32 S 32 S 32 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 122 68477 68480 68483 P 47B S 47B P C165 001 LEC 101 LAB 001 LEC Tu 4−6P W 7−9P MWF 10−11A 188 HEARST GYM SPIEKER POOL 242 HEARST GYM Intermediate Skin and SCUBA Diving Intermediate Skin and SCUBA Diving Introduction to the Biomechanical Analysis of Human... Introduction to the Biomechanical Analysis of Human... Field Study in Physical Education 2 HAYWARD, J M HAYWARD, J M SCOTT, M K 20 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: ($142 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) 4 1 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C125 section 1. 68486 SEE DEPT S C165 P 197 101 LAB 1−2 FLD MWF 11−12P 242 HEARST GYM TBA SCOTT, M K 1−3 NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ PHYSICS Control Number 68703 Course Section Number P 7A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 68706 68709 68712 68715 68718 68721 68724 68727 68730 68733 68736 68739 68742 68745 68748 68751 68754 S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A 101 DIS 101 LAB 102 DIS 102 LAB 103 DIS 103 LAB 104 DIS 104 LAB 105 DIS 105 LAB 106 DIS 106 LAB 107 DIS 107 LAB 108 DIS 108 LAB 109 DIS MWF 8−9A 1 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 BOGGS, S E 4 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 7A. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 7A midterms will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 09/30/09 and 11/02/09 lecture section 1. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. W 10−12P 226 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES M 10−12P Tu 8−10A Th 8−10A W 12−2P M 12−2P Tu 2−4P Th 2−4P W 4−6P M 4−6P Th 8−10A Tu 8−10A Th 10−12P Tu 10−12P Th 12−2P Tu 12−2P Th 2−4P 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 123 68757 68760 68763 68766 S 7A S 7A S 7A P 7A 109 LAB 110 DIS 110 LAB 002 LEC Tu 2−4P Th 4−6P Tu 4−6P 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 215 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES TuTh 2−330P 1 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 RAMESH, R 5 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 7A. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 7A midterms will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 10/01/09 and 11/03/09 lecture section 2. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. M 8−10A 226 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 68772 68775 68778 68781 68784 68787 68790 68793 68796 68799 68802 68805 68808 68811 68814 68817 68820 68823 68826 68829 S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A S 7A P H7A 201 LAB 202 DIS 202 LAB 203 DIS 203 LAB 204 DIS 204 LAB 205 DIS 205 LAB 206 DIS 206 LAB 207 DIS 207 LAB 208 DIS 208 LAB 209 DIS 209 LAB 210 DIS 210 LAB 001 LEC W 8−10A M 10−12P W 10−12P M 12−2P W 12−2P M 2−4P W 2−4P M 4−6P W 4−6P Tu 12−2P Th 12−2P W 2−4P M 2−4P Tu 4−6P Th 4−6P M 8−10A W 8−10A Tu 10−12P Th 10−12P 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE 215 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 226 LECONTE 224 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES TuTh 930−11A 2 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 MARRUS, R 7 Note: Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped from the course. Enter desired lecture followed by discussion then laboratory sections. Th 1−2P 4 EVANS Physics for Scientists and Engineers Tu 4−5P 6 EVANS Physics for Scientists and Engineers 68769 S 7A 201 DIS 68832 68835 S H7A S H7A 101 DIS 102 DIS 124 68838 68841 68844 S H7A S H7A P 7B 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 68847 68850 68853 68856 68859 68862 68865 68868 68871 68874 68877 68880 68883 68886 68889 68892 68895 68898 68901 S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B P 7B 101 DIS 101 LAB 102 DIS 102 LAB 103 DIS 103 LAB 104 DIS 104 LAB 105 DIS 105 LAB 106 DIS 106 LAB 107 DIS 107 LAB 108 DIS 108 LAB 109 DIS 109 LAB 002 LEC Tu 11−2P 224 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers W 2−5P 215 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers MWF 11−12P 1 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 MCKEE, C 2 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 7B. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 7B midterms will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 09/30/09 and from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on 11/02/09. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. M 12−2P 175 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES W 12−2P Th 4−6P Tu 4−6P Tu 12−2P Th 12−2P M 4−6P W 4−6P Th 8−10A Tu 8−10A Th 10−12P Tu 10−12P Th 12−2P Tu 12−2P Th 2−4P Tu 2−4P W 2−4P M 2−4P 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 225 LECONTE 248 LECONTE 225 LECONTE 248 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES TuTh 8−930A 1 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 LEE, A T 11 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 7b. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 7b midterms will be held from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on 10/01/09 and from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 11/03/09. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. M 10−12P 175 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES W 10−12P M 8−10A W 8−10A Tu 10−12P 245 LECONTE 225 LECONTE 248 LECONTE 225 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers 68904 68907 68910 68913 68916 S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B 201 DIS 201 LAB 203 DIS 203 LAB 204 DIS Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 125 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 68919 68922 68925 68928 S 7B S 7B S 7B P 7B 204 LAB 207 DIS 207 LAB 003 LEC Th 10−12P Tu 2−4P Th 2−4P 248 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES TuTh 11−1230P 1 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 LEE, A T 9 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 7B. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 7B midterms will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 10/01/09 and 11/03/09 lecture section 3. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. M 8−10A 175 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 68934 68937 68940 68943 68946 68949 68952 68955 68958 68961 68964 68967 68970 68973 68976 68979 68982 68985 68988 68991 68994 68997 69000 S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B S 7B P S S S S P H7B H7B H7B H7B H7B 7C 301 LAB 302 DIS 302 LAB 303 DIS 303 LAB 304 DIS 304 LAB 305 DIS 305 LAB 306 DIS 306 LAB 307 DIS 307 LAB 308 DIS 308 LAB 309 DIS 309 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 101 LAB 102 LAB 002 LEC W 8−10A M 2−4P W 2−4P M 12−2P W 12−2P Tu 2−4P Th 2−4P W 10−12P M 10−12P W 12−2P M 12−2P Tu 8−10A Th 8−10A W 4−6P M 4−6P Tu 4−6P Th 4−6P 245 LECONTE 225 LECONTE 248 LECONTE 225 LECONTE 248 LECONTE 225 LECONTE 248 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE 175 LECONTE 245 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Physics for Scientists and Engineers Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES MWF 9−10A 2 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 SIDDIQI, I 16 Tu 1−2P B56 HILDEBRAND Physics for Scientists and Engineers W 3−4P B51 HILDEBRAND Physics for Scientists and Engineers W 4−7P 245 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Th 4−7P 248 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers TuTh 2−330P 4 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 MOORE, J E 5 Note: Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 7C. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 7C midterms will be held from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on 10/01/09 and 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 11/03/09. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. 68931 S 7B 301 DIS 126 69003 69006 69009 69012 69015 69018 69021 69024 69027 69030 69033 69036 69039 69042 S S S S S S S S P S S S S P 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C H7C H7C H7C H7C H7C 8A 201 DIS 202 DIS 203 DIS 204 DIS 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 69045 69048 69051 69054 69057 69060 69063 69066 69069 69072 69075 69078 69081 69084 69087 69090 69093 69096 69099 69102 S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A 102 DIS 102 LAB 103 DIS 103 LAB 104 DIS 104 LAB 106 DIS 106 LAB 107 DIS 107 LAB 108 DIS 108 LAB 109 DIS 109 LAB 110 DIS 110 LAB 111 DIS 111 LAB 112 DIS 112 LAB M 1−2P 200 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Tu 11−12P 200 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers W 12−1P 200 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Th 10−11A 200 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers W 11−2P 235 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Tu 11−2P 235 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers W 2−5P 235 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers Th 11−2P 235 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers TuTh 930−11A 3 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 WANG, F 7 W 11−12P 51 EVANS Physics for Scientists and Engineers Th 3−4P 41 EVANS Physics for Scientists and Engineers Tu 2−5P 235 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers W 8−11A 235 LECONTE Physics for Scientists and Engineers MWF 3−4P 1 PIMENTEL Introductory Physics 4 HEINEMANN, B H 8 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 8A. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 8A midterms will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 10/07/09 and 11/04/09 lecture section 1. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. M 10−12P 111 LECONTE Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES W 10−12P M 12−2P W 12−2P M 4−6P W 4−6P Th 10−12P Tu 10−12P Tu 12−2P Th 12−2P Tu 2−4P Th 2−4P Tu 4−6P Th 4−6P W 4−6P M 4−6P M 10−12P W 10−12P M 12−2P W 12−2P 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 127 69105 69108 69111 69114 69117 69120 69123 S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A P 8A 113 DIS 113 LAB 114 DIS 114 LAB 115 DIS 115 LAB 002 LEC M 4−6P W 4−6P Th 12−2P Tu 12−2P Tu 12−2P Th 12−2P 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES TuTh 11−1230P 1 PIMENTEL Introductory Physics 4 DEWEESE, M R 9 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 8A. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 8A midterms will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 10/08/09 and 11/05/09 lecture section 2. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. W 2−4P 111 LECONTE Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69129 69132 69135 69138 69141 69144 69147 69150 69153 69156 69159 69162 69165 69168 69171 69174 69177 69180 S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A 201 LAB 202 DIS 202 LAB 203 DIS 203 LAB 204 DIS 204 LAB 206 DIS 206 LAB 207 DIS 207 LAB 208 DIS 208 LAB 209 DIS 209 LAB 210 DIS 210 LAB 211 DIS M 2−4P W 10−12P M 10−12P W 12−2P M 12−2P W 2−4P M 2−4P M 2−4P W 2−4P M 2−4P W 2−4P Th 2−4P Tu 2−4P Th 4−6P Tu 4−6P W 12−2P M 12−2P W 10−12P 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 111 LECONTE 211 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 396 LECONTE Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69126 S 8A 201 DIS 128 69183 69186 69189 69192 69195 69198 69201 69204 69207 69210 S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A S 8A P 8B 211 LAB 212 DIS 212 LAB 213 DIS 213 LAB 214 DIS 214 LAB 216 DIS 216 LAB 001 LEC M 10−12P Tu 4−6P Th 4−6P Tu 2−4P Th 2−4P Th 2−4P Tu 2−4P W 8−10A M 8−10A 231 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE 396 LECONTE 231 LECONTE Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES MWF 3−4P 1 LECONTE Introductory Physics 4 SHAPIRO, M D 8 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 8B. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 8B midterms will be held from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on 10/07/09 and 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 11/09/09. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. Th 8−10A 201 LECONTE Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69216 69219 69222 69225 69228 69231 69234 69237 69240 69243 69246 69249 S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B P 8B 101 LAB 102 DIS 102 LAB 103 DIS 103 LAB 104 DIS 104 LAB 105 DIS 105 LAB 106 DIS 106 LAB 002 LEC Tu 8−10A F 12−2P W 12−2P Th 12−2P Tu 12−2P Th 2−4P Tu 2−4P Th 4−6P Tu 4−6P Th 12−2P Tu 12−2P 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES TuTh 1230−2P 1 PIMENTEL Introductory Physics 4 ZETTL, A 17 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Discussion and lab (D/L) sections begin on the first day of instruction. You must attend your D/L sections during the first and second week, or you may be dropped. There are no waitlists for Physics 8B. Switching sections is not allowed. Midterm Exams: Physics 8B midterms will be held from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on 10/08/09 and 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on 11/10/09. Plan accordingly. Do not schedule any conflicts. Th 2−4P 205 LECONTE Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69255 69258 S 8B S 8B 201 LAB 202 DIS Tu 2−4P Th 4−6P 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69213 S 8B 101 DIS 69252 S 8B 201 DIS 129 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69261 69264 69267 69270 69273 69276 69279 69282 69285 69288 69291 69294 69297 69300 69303 69306 69309 69312 69315 69318 69321 69324 69327 69330 69333 69336 S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B S 8B P C10 S C10 S C10 202 LAB 203 DIS 203 LAB 204 DIS 204 LAB 205 DIS 205 LAB 206 DIS 206 LAB 208 DIS 208 LAB 209 DIS 209 LAB 210 DIS 210 LAB 211 DIS 211 LAB 212 DIS 212 LAB 213 DIS 213 LAB 214 DIS 214 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS Tu 4−6P F 8−10A W 8−10A F 10−12P W 10−12P Th 10−12P Tu 10−12P F 2−4P W 2−4P F 8−10A W 8−10A F 10−12P W 10−12P F 12−2P W 12−2P F 2−4P W 2−4P F 4−6P W 4−6P Th 10−12P Tu 10−12P Th 8−10A Tu 8−10A TuTh 930−11A M 1−2P Tu 12−1P 205 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 201 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 205 LECONTE 1 PIMENTEL 105 LATIMER 6 EVANS Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Introductory Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics 3 MULLER, R S 7 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; "Physics for Future Presidents" − Cross−listed with Letters and Science C70V section 1. Fulfills the LSbreadth requirement in Physical Science. Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 130 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69339 69342 69345 69348 69351 69354 69357 69360 69363 69366 SEE DEPT 69399 69402 69405 69408 69411 69414 69417 69420 69423 69426 69429 69432 69435 S C10 S C10 S C10 S C10 S C10 S C10 S C10 S C10 S C10 S C10 P 49 P S S P S S P S S P S S P 105 105 105 110A 110A 110A 110A 110A 110A 110B 110B 110B 111 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 1−10 IND 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LAB TuTh 8−930A Tu 1−2P W 1−2P MWF 10−11A W 1−2P Th 4−5P TuTh 930−11A M 1−2P Tu 2−3P MWF 10−11A M 1−2P Tu 4−5P MTWTF 1−5P W 3−4P Th 11−12P F 1−2P M 12−1P Th 1−2P W 11−12P M 11−12P Th 2−3P M 1−2P W 3−4P 105 LATIMER 285 CORY 71 EVANS 4 EVANS 6 EVANS 385 LECONTE 385 LECONTE 4 EVANS 75 EVANS 75 EVANS TBA 150 GSPP 6 EVANS 3111 ETCHEVERRY 534 DAVIS 385 LECONTE 247 DWINELLE 70 EVANS 385 LECONTE 385 LECONTE 4 EVANS 51 EVANS 41 EVANS 286 LECONTE Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Descriptive Introduction to Physics Supplementary Work in Lower Division Physics 1−3 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES 69438 69441 S 111 P 111 101 LEC 002 LAB 69447 69450 69453 69456 69459 69462 69465 69468 69471 69474 69477 69480 69483 69486 P S S P S S P S S P S S P S 112 112 112 129 129 129 137A 137A 137A 137A 137A 137A 137B 137B 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 002 LEC 201 DIS 202 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS Analytic Mechanics 4 WHITE, M 11 Analytic Mechanics Analytic Mechanics Electromagnetism and Optics 4 QIU, Z Q 1 Electromagnetism and Optics Electromagnetism and Optics Electromagnetism and Optics 4 QIU, Z Q 7 Electromagnetism and Optics Electromagnetism and Optics Electromagnetism and Optics 4 KERTH, L T 1 Electromagnetism and Optics Electromagnetism and Optics Modern Physics and Advanced Electrical 3 HOLZAPFEL, W NONE Laboratory Note: "Basic Semiconductor Circuits" − Physics 111 lab hours are M 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. and TWTF 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. All sections of Physics 111 meet the first day of class at 1 p.m. in 251 LeConte Hall. 1st time students: enroll in BSC−−section 1X. You must attend the weekly BSC lecture, and have at least two free afternoons each week to spend in lab. 2nd semester students: enroll in Advanced Lab−−section 2X. You must have a least four free afternoons each week to spend in lab. 3rd semester students (optional): additional experiments may be completed by enrolling in section 3X. See lab staff for details. ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) TuTh 5−630P 3 LECONTE Modern Physics and Advanced Electrical Laboratory MTWTF 1−5P 283 LECONTE Modern Physics and Advanced Electrical 3 LUK, K NONE Laboratory Note: "Advanced Lab" − Physics 111 lab hours are M 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. and TWTF 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. All sections of Physics 111 meet the first day of class at 1 p.m. in 251 LeConte Hall. 1st time students: enroll in BSC−−section 1X. You must attend the weekly BSC lecture, and have at least two free afternoons each week to spend in lab. 2nd semester students: enroll in Advanced Lab−−section 2X. You must have a least four free afternoons each week to spend in lab. 3rd semester students (optional): additional experiments may be completed by enrolling in section 3X. See lab staff for details. ($100 Course Materials Fee − subject to change) Also: ORENSTEIN, J W MWF 8−9A 4 LECONTE Introduction to Statistical and Thermal Physics 4 SELJAK, U 4 M 10−11A 385 LECONTE Introduction to Statistical and Thermal Physics W 4−5P 6 EVANS Introduction to Statistical and Thermal Physics TuTh 11−1230P 85 EVANS Particle Physics 4 NOMURA, Y 9 Tu 5−6P 385 LECONTE Particle Physics Particle Physics CURRENTLY NOT OPEN MWF 9−10A 102 MOFFITT Quantum Mechanics 4 SOUZA, I N 16 M 1−2P 3 EVANS Quantum Mechanics W 4−5P B51 HILDEBRAND Quantum Mechanics TuTh 930−11A 9 EVANS Quantum Mechanics 4 BOUSSO, R 7 Th 1−2P B56 HILDEBRAND Quantum Mechanics Tu 4−5P 255 DWINELLE Quantum Mechanics TuTh 930−11A 102 MOFFITT Quantum Mechanics 4 LEE, D 7 M 2−3P 2 EVANS Quantum Mechanics 131 69489 69492 69495 69498 69500 69501 69504 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S P S S P P 137B 141A 141A 141A 151 C191 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC W 3−4P MWF 11−12P Th 3−4P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 4−5P 385 LECONTE 155 DONNER LAB 71 EVANS B56 HILDEBRAND 180 TAN 9 LEWIS TBA TBA TBA Quantum Mechanics Solid State Physics 4 Solid State Physics Solid State Physics Elective Physics: Special Topics 3 Quantum Information Science and Technology 3 Quantum Information Science and Technology Senior Honors Thesis Research 2 Senior Honors Thesis Research Supervised Independent Study 2 1−3 LOUIE, S G 2 BUDKER, D WHALEY, K B 20 17 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Cross−listed with Computer Science C191 section 1 and Chemistry C191 section 1. S C191 101 DIS P H195A 1−14 IND P H195B 1−6 IND P 199 1−15 IND NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN PLANT AND MICROBIAL BIOLOGY Control Number 70303 70306 70309 70312 70315 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 70444 70447 70450 70453 70456 70459 70462 70465 70468 70471 70474 70477 70480 70483 70486 70489 70492 70495 Course Section Number P P P P P 10 24 39B 39C C96 001 LEC 001 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 GRP 002 GRP 1−40 IND Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 2 1: PF 2−4: PF 2−4: PF 1: PF Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA TBA 20 8 18 NONE NONE NONE FR, SO M 3−4P Tu 4−5P W 3−4P MW 12−1P M 6−730P Tu 6−730P 107 MULFORD 106 MULFORD 107 MULFORD 2040 VALLEY LSB 2032 VALLEY LSB 321 HAVILAND TBA Plants, Agriculture, and Society Freshman Seminar Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Studying the Biological Sciences Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research ZILBERMAN, D THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF MATSUI, J FR BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Cross−listed with Molecular and Cell Biology C96 section 1 and Integrative Biology C96 section 1. P 98 P 98 P 99 1−3: PF SPECHT, C D 1−3: PF SPECHT, C D 1−3 Note: For applications for Plant Biology 99: please contact the Student Affairs office, 111C Koshland Hall. P C102 001 LEC TuTh 10−11A W 1−5P F 1−5P MWF 11−12P W 3−4P W 4−5P W 8−9A Th 8−9A Th 4−5P F 10−11A M 1−5P Tu 1−5P Th 1−2P M 2−5P W 2−3P TuTh 930−11A MWF 10−11A Th 1−4P 130 WHEELER 209 GPB 209 GPB 101 BARKER 2519 TOLMAN 107 MULFORD 106 MULFORD 107 MULFORD 106 MULFORD 106 MULFORD 208 GPB 208 GPB 103 GPB 209 GPB 107 GPB 107 GPB 103 GPB 208 GPB Diversity of Plants and Fungi 2 TAYLOR, J W TAYLOR, J W TAYLOR, J W RYAN, K R 19 NONE NONE 2 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C101 section 1. Also: FELDMAN, L J; MISHLER, B D P C102L 001 LAB P C102L 002 LAB P C112 S S S S S S P P S P S P C112 C112 C112 C112 C112 C112 C112L C112L C112L 113 113 C116 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LAB 002 LAB 101 DIS 001 LAB 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LAB Laboratory in the Diversity of Plants and Fungi 2 Laboratory in the Diversity of Plants and Fungi 2 General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology Laboratory General Microbiology Laboratory General Microbiology Laboratory California Mushrooms California Mushrooms Microbial Diversity Physiology and Biochemistry of Plants Laboratory for Physiology and Biochemistry of Plant... 4 Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C101L section 1. Also: FELDMAN, L J; MISHLER, B D Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C101L section 2. Also: FELDMAN, L J; MISHLER, B D Note: Cross−listed with Molecular and Cell Biology C112 section 1. Also: WILDERMUTH, M C 2 2 3 3 3 1 KOMEILI, A KOMEILI, A KOMEILI, A BRUNS, T D BRUNS, T D COATES, J D MELIS, A MELIS, A NONE BY CATEGORY NONE BY CATEGORY 15 7 1 NONE Note: Cross−listed with Molecular and Cell Biology C112L section 1. Note: Cross−listed with Molecular and Cell Biology C116 section 1. P 135 P 135L Note: Students enrolled in the lab course must enroll in the lecture course. Non−major students may enroll in the lecture course only (i.e., without taking the lab course). Also: TERRY, N Note: Students enrolled in the lab course must enroll in the lecture course. Non−major students may enroll in the lecture course only (i.e., without taking the lab course). 132 70498 P 135L 002 LAB F 1−4P 208 GPB Laboratory for Physiology and Biochemistry of Plant... Introduction to Protein Informatics Introduction to Protein Informatics Protein Informatics Laboratory Protein Informatics Laboratory Protein Informatics Laboratory Plant Cell Biology Laboratory for Plant Cell Biology Techniques in Light Microscopy Honors Research 1 MELIS, A NONE Note: Students enrolled in the lab course must enroll in the lecture course. Non−major students may enroll in the lecture course only (i.e., without taking the lab course). 70501 70504 70507 70510 70513 70516 70519 70522 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P C144 001 LEC MWF 1−2P F 10−11A TuTh 1−4P MW 9−12P TuTh 10−1P MWF 11−12P W 1−4P TuTh 9−10A 310 HEARST MIN 310 HEARST MIN 1111 ETCHEVERRY 1111 ETCHEVERRY 1171 ETCHEVERRY 103 GPB 208 GPB 2304 TOLMAN TBA 4 SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V SJOLANDER, K V LUAN, S LUAN, S RUZIN, S E 12 Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C144 section 1. S C144 101 DIS P C144L 010 LAB P C144L 011 LAB P C144L 012 LAB P 150 P 150L P 185 P H196 001 LEC 001 LAB 001 LEC 1−40 IND 2 2 2 3 1 3 1−4 17 16 19 2 NONE 7 NONE Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C144L section 10. Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C144L section 11. Note: Cross−listed with Bioengineering C144L section 12. Note: Students enrolled in the lab course must enroll in the lecture course. Non−major students may enroll in the lecture course only (i.e., without taking the lab course). Also: SUNG, Z R Note: Students enrolled in the lab course must enroll in the lecture course. Non−major students may enroll in the lecture course only (i.e., without taking the lab course). Also: SUNG, Z R Note: For applications for Plant Biology H196: please contact the Student Affairs office, 111C Koshland Hall. P 198 P 198 P 199 001 GRP 002 GRP 1−40 IND M 6−730P Tu 6−730P 2038 VALLEY LSB 234 DWINELLE TBA Directed Group Studies in Plant Biology Directed Group Studies in Plant Biology Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3: PF SPECHT, C D 1−3: PF SPECHT, C D 1−3 NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: For applications for Plant Biology 199: please contact the Student Affairs office, 111C Koshland Hall. POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INDUSTRIAL SOC Control Number 71203 71206 71209 71212 71215 71218 71221 71224 71227 71230 71233 71236 71239 71242 71254 Course Section Number P S S S S S S P S S S S S S P 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 150 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 9 TuTh 11−1230P M 3−4P M 4−5P W 1−2P W 8−9A F 10−11A F 11−12P MWF 11−12P M 10−11A M 1−2P W 2−3P W 9−10A F 9−10A F 10−11A TuTh 930−11A 2060 VALLEY LSB 24 WHEELER 121 WHEELER 30 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 2040 VALLEY LSB 24 WHEELER 24 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 106 WHEELER 20 WHEELER 221 WHEELER 110 WHEELER Classical Theories of Political Economy Classical Theories of Political Economy Classical Theories of Political Economy Classical Theories of Political Economy Classical Theories of Political Economy Classical Theories of Political Economy Classical Theories of Political Economy Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Advanced Study in Political Economy of Industrial S... 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KARRAS, A L 4 PEARSON, H D 2 BY CATEGORY 4 BAILEY, S 7 Note: "Political Economy of Colonialism and Imperialism in Asia" 71257 P 150 002 SEM MW 4−530P 24 WHEELER 4 LANDFRIED, C 13 Note: "Constitutional Politics in the European Union" 71260 P 150 003 SEM TuTh 2−330P 30 WHEELER 4 FREEMAN, L 5 Note: "Media and Politics in Comparative and Historical Perspective" 71263 P 150 004 SEM MW 4−530P 122 WHEELER 4 MAGIN, K A 13 Note: "History of Economic Thought" 133 71266 P C196W001 SEM UNSCHED NOFACILITY Special Field Research 10.5 CLARK, J F NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Cross−listed with Media Studies C196W section 1, Political Science C196W section 1, Sociology C196W section 1, History C196W section 1, Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C196W section 1, History of Art C196W section 1 and Gender and Women's Studies C196W section 1. POLITICAL SCIENCE Control Number 71303 Course Section Number P1 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 71306 71309 71312 71318 71321 71324 71327 71333 71336 71339 71342 71345 71348 71351 71411 71414 71417 71420 71423 71426 71429 71432 71435 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 S1 P3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS TuTh 1230−2P WHEELER AUD Introduction to American Politics 4 CITRIN, J 17 Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Must be completed before declaring the political science major. Students who have received a score of 4 or 5 on the American Government Advanced Placement exam may substitute an upper division American Politics course (101B−111B, 157A−157B, and 171) for Political Science 1 before or after declaring the major. An upper division course taken to satisfy Political Science 1 may not be used as an upper division major requirement. M 2−4P 205 DWINELLE Introduction to American Politics Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; M 10−12P M 12−2P M 4−6P W 8−10A Tu 2−4P Tu 4−6P W 10−12P W 2−4P W 4−6P W 12−2P Th 2−4P F 10−12P F 12−2P TuTh 330−5P F 12−2P M 2−4P M 12−2P M 10−12P M 4−6P Tu 8−10A Tu 10−12P Tu 12−2P 2032 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB 87 DWINELLE 105 DWINELLE 83 DWINELLE 2032 VALLEY LSB 2038 VALLEY LSB 83 DWINELLE 251 DWINELLE 258 DWINELLE 2032 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB 2030 VALLEY LSB 2050 VALLEY LSB 115 KROEBER 259 DWINELLE 283 DWINELLE 242 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 2062 VALLEY LSB 2062 VALLEY LSB 283 DWINELLE Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to American Politics Introduction to Empirical Analysis and Quantitative... 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Introduction to Empirical Analysis and Quantitative... 4 WITTENBERG, J 20 Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT; 134 71438 71441 71444 71447 71450 71453 71456 71459 71462 71465 71468 71471 71474 71477 71480 71483 71486 71489 71492 71495 71498 71501 71504 71507 71509 72896 71522 71524 72884 72887 72890 72893 71525 71528 71531 71534 71537 71540 71549 71552 71555 71570 71573 71591 71594 71597 71600 71603 71621 71624 71627 71630 71633 71636 71639 71642 71645 71648 71651 71654 71657 S3 S3 S3 S3 P S S S S S S S S S S S S P P S S P S S S S P P S S S S P S S P S S P S S S S P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 39B 102 102 102 103 103 103 103 103 106A 112A 112A 112A 112A 112A 112B 112B 112B 112C 112C 112C 122A 122A 122A 124A 124A 138E 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS W 8−10A W 10−12P W 2−4P W 12−2P TuTh 11−1230P M 10−12P M 12−2P M 2−4P Tu 8−10A Tu 2−4P W 2−4P W 10−12P W 4−6P Th 2−4P F 10−12P F 12−2P W 12−2P M 5−7P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 4−5P Th 3−4P TuTh 8−930A Tu 2−330P W 4−530P Tu 1230−2P Th 330−5P M 2−5P 115 KROEBER 2032 VALLEY LSB 259 DWINELLE 105 DWINELLE 2050 VALLEY LSB 106 WHEELER 106 WHEELER 283 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 205 DWINELLE 106 WHEELER 87 DWINELLE 83 DWINELLE 242 DWINELLE 283 DWINELLE 283 DWINELLE L20 UNIT I CNTRL 126 BARROWS 250 DWINELLE 187 DWINELLE 2060 VALLEY LSB 187 DWINELLE 115 KROEBER 106 WHEELER 174 BARROWS 155 KROEBER Introduction to Empirical Analysis and Quantitative... 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Development Politics Development Politics Development Politics Politics and Government in Eastern Europe Politics and Government in Eastern Europe Politics and Government in Eastern Europe Northeast Asian Politics Northeast Asian Politics Northeast Asian Politics Northeast Asian Politics Northeast Asian Politics Politics of Divided Korea Politics of Divided Korea 4 GUROWITZ, A 9 2: PF 4 DITTMER, L BIMES, T L TBA 17 Note: "Problems in East Asian Politics" 4 VAN HOUWELING, R P 11 4 4 SCHNUR, D HOEKSTRA, K 15 TBA MW 4−530P Tu 3−4P W 12−1P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 330−5P W 4−530P TuTh 930−11A Tu 4−5P W 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 2−330P Tu 330−5P W 4−530P Th 930−11A TuTh 330−5P Tu 1230−2P Th 2−330P TuTh 930−11A M 12−1P W 12−1P TuTh 8−930A Tu 10−11A Tu 4−5P W 12−1P W 1−2P TuTh 11−1230P Tu 1−2P 166 BARROWS 242 DWINELLE 185 BARROWS 155 KROEBER 183 DWINELLE 54 BARROWS 170 BARROWS 247 DWINELLE 115 KROEBER CANCELLED CANCELLED 106 STANLEY 250 DWINELLE 187 DWINELLE 101 WHEELER 115 KROEBER 170 BARROWS 83 DWINELLE 115 KROEBER 56 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 106 STANLEY 254 DWINELLE 228 DWINELLE 106 WHEELER 101 WHEELER 160 KROEBER 247 DWINELLE 4 THOMAS, D P NONE 4 BROWN, W L NONE 4 ZIEGLER, J N 7 4 VOGEL, S K 9 S 138E S 138E S 138E S 138E P S S P S S P S S S S P S 139B 139B 139B 141C 141C 141C 143B 143B 143B 143B 143B 144B 144B 4 CHAUDHRY, K A 20 4 WITTENBERG, J 7 4 PEMPEL, T 11 4 LEE, H Y 9 135 71660 71663 71666 71684 71690 71693 71696 71699 71702 71720 71723 71726 71729 71732 71735 71738 71765 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 71786 71789 71792 71795 71797 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S S S S S 144B 144B 144B 147G 147H 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 102 DIS 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM W 4−5P M 1−2P Th 10−11A 283 DWINELLE 115 KROEBER 255 DWINELLE CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED S 147H P S S P 148A 148A 148A 149E TuTh 1230−2P Tu 2−330P W 4−530P MW 5−630P MW 4−530P Tu 12−2P Tu 4−6P W 10−12P W 12−2P TuTh 330−5P W 4−5P M 10−12P F 10−12P M 12−2P W 10−12P Th 1−3P W 12−2P Tu 4−7P 170 BARROWS 155 BARROWS 183 DWINELLE 390 HEARST MIN 105 NORTH GATE 2066 VALLEY LSB 83 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 223 DWINELLE 126 BARROWS WHEELER AUD 791 BARROWS 791 BARROWS 706 BARROWS 791 BARROWS 706 BARROWS 706 BARROWS 706 BARROWS TBA TBA TBA Politics of Divided Korea Politics of Divided Korea Politics of Divided Korea The Welfare State in Comparative Perspective The Domestic Politics of Postwar Western Europe The Domestic Politics of Postwar Western Europe Latin American Politics 4 Latin American Politics Latin American Politics Special Topics in Area Studies 4 Constitutional Law of the United States 4 COLLIER, R B 17 BY CATEGORY ZOOK, D C SILVERSTEIN, G 14 13 Note: "The Politics of Southeast Asia" P 157A S S S S P P P 157A 157A 157A 157A 161 179 H190A Note: "Judicial Review or the Limits of National Power" Constitutional Law of the United States Constitutional Law of the United States Constitutional Law of the United States Constitutional Law of the United States Public Opinion, Voting and Participation 4 Undergraduate Colloquium on Political Science 1: PF Honors Seminar 4: PF Honors Seminar Junior Seminar Junior Seminar Junior Seminar Junior Seminar Junior Seminar Special Research Project Field Study in Political Science Directed Group Study for Undergraduates 4: PF 4 4 4 4 4 1−4 1−3 1−4 SHANKS, J M ROSS, A D GUROWITZ, A BIMES, T L DITTMER, L CHHIBBER, P HACKER, J S HASSNER, R E COLLIER, D 20 TBA 1 1 18 1 17 18 20 NONE BY CATEGORY P H190A 002 SEM P 191 P 191 P 191 P 191 P 191 P 196 P 197 P 198 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC 2−136 IND 1−98 FLD 1−5 GRP Note: For registration requirements go to the Political Science website at polisci.berkeley.edu and view current courses. 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TBA PSYCHOLOGY Control Number 74003 74006 74009 74012 74015 74018 74021 74024 74027 74030 74033 74036 74039 74042 Course Section Number P S S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 1 BY CATEGORY MW 10−11A Tu 9−10A Tu 10−11A Tu 11−12P Tu 12−1P Tu 1−2P Tu 2−3P Th 9−10A Th 10−11A Th 11−12P F 9−10A F 10−11A F 11−12P F 12−1P WHEELER AUD 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology KIHLSTROM, J F 136 74045 74048 74051 74054 74057 74060 74063 74066 74069 S S S S S S S S P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS 119 DIS 120 DIS 121 DIS 001 LEC 74072 P2 002 LEC 74075 74078 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 74126 74129 74132 74135 74138 74141 74144 74147 74150 74153 74156 74159 74161 75347 75350 75353 75356 75359 75362 75365 75368 74168 74171 74174 74177 74180 74183 74186 74189 74192 74195 74198 74201 74204 74207 74210 74213 74216 74219 74222 74225 74228 74231 74234 74237 74240 P 24 P 24 P 98 P 99 P S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S P P S S S S S S P S S S S 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 110 110 110 110 110 C115B C115B C115B C115B C115B C115B C115B 117 C120 C120 C120 C120 C120 C120 C120 C127 C127 C127 C127 C127 001 SEM 002 SEM 1−10 GRP 1−7 IND 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS F 1−2P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology F 2−3P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology W 2−3P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology W 3−4P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology W 4−5P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology M 2−3P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology M 3−4P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology M 4−5P 3112 TOLMAN General Psychology MWF 8−9A 100 GPB Principles of Psychology 3 MENDOZA−DENTON, R 4 BY CATEGORY Note: Psychology 2 is designed for junior and senior nonpsychology majors as an alternative to Psychology 1. This lecture only course features a basic overview of current and classic research emphasizing the implications of psychology for everyday life. TuTh 330−5P 1 LECONTE Principles of Psychology 3 MENDOZA−DENTON, R 20 BY CATEGORY Note: Psychology 2 is designed for junior and senior nonpsychology majors as an alternative to Psychology 1. This lecture only course features a basic overview of current and classic research emphasizing the implications of psychology for everyday life. W 10−12P 2305 TOLMAN Freshman Seminars 1: PF PENG, K TBA FR CANCELLED Freshman Seminars 1 TBA TBA Supervised Group Study 1−3 NONE TBA TuTh 11−1230P A1 HEARST ANNEX Supervised Independent Study and Research Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Research and Data Analysis in Psychology Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Psychology of Dreams Introduction to Biological Psychology Introduction to Biological Psychology Introduction to Biological Psychology Introduction to Biological Psychology Introduction to Biological Psychology Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Human Neuropsychology Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Basic Issues in Cognition Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience 1−3 4 GALLANT, J L NONE 9 BY CATEGORY W 11−1P MW 12−1P M 9−10A M 10−11A M 11−12P Th 2−3P Th 3−4P Th 4−5P Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P Tu 4−5P 1535 TOLMAN 100 GPB 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3 ROSCH, E H 18 BY CATEGORY MWF 9−10A Th 2−3P Th 3−4P Th 4−5P Tu 11−12P Tu 12−1P Tu 1−2P MW 11−12P M 2−3P M 3−4P M 4−5P Th 9−10A Th 10−11A Th 11−12P MW 12−1P Th 12−1P Th 1−2P M 9−10A M 10−11A 2060 VALLEY LSB 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN CANCELLED 101 MORGAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 4 LECONTE 3112 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 3138 TOLMAN 4 JACOBS, L 16 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Integrative Biology C144 section 1. 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Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Psychology of Personality Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Human Emotion Social Psychology Social Psychology Social Psychology Social Psychology Social Psychology 3 KRING, A 12 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 3 WALKER, M P 15 BY CATEGORY 3 CAMPOS, J 5 BY CATEGORY 3 3 MAIN, M B AYDUK, O N 18 12 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY 3 CHEN, S 2 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 138 74465 74468 74471 74474 74477 74480 74483 74486 74489 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S S S S S P P S P P 160 160 160 160 160 C162 192 192 H194A H195A 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 DIS 001 SEM 1−25 IND MW 3−4P 2050 VALLEY LSB CANCELLED CANCELLED 2129 TOLMAN TBA TBA TBA TBA Social Psychology Social Psychology Social Psychology Social Psychology Social Psychology Human Happiness Special Topics in Psychology Special Topics in Psychology Honors Seminar Special Study for Honors Candidates Special Study for Honors Candidates Field Study in Psychology Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Directed Group Study CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 3 3 2 1−3 1−3 1−3 1−3 KELTNER, D NEMETH, C J ZUCKER, I 8 17 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Letters and Science C160V section 1. Tu 3−5P NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE NONE NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR P H195B 1−20 IND P 197 P 198 P 198 P 198 P 198 1−7 FLD 1−2 GRP 003 GRP 004 GRP 5−11 GRP M 9−11A W 5−7P 3305 TOLMAN 3112 TOLMAN TBA 1−3: PF IVRY, R 1−3: PF HINSHAW, S P 1−3 PUBLIC HEALTH Control Number 75503 75506 75509 75512 75515 75518 75521 75524 75527 75530 75533 75536 75539 75541 SEE DEPT 75557 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 S 14 P 39A P 97 P 98 P 98 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 001 SEM 1−5 IND 001 GRP 2−3 GRP Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 18 BY CATEGORY MWF 12−1P 2060 VALLEY LSB M 11−1P 340 MOFFITT TBA CANCELLED TBA Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Field Study Directed Group Study Directed Group Study KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J KODAMA, C J 2−4 1−4 1−4: PF 1−4 KOSHLAND, C P TBA NONE NONE NONE 75566 SEE DEPT 75578 P 98 P 98 P 98 005 GRP 6−9 GRP 012 GRP Note: Multicultural Health Awareness Peer Program (MAPP) is a theatre−based health education course that explores health topics from a multicultural perspective. 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CANCELLED Directed Group Study 1−4: PF NONE TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE CANCELLED Directed Group Study 1−4: PF NONE 139 75581 75584 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 75623 75626 75629 75632 75635 P 98 P 98 P 98 013 GRP 015 GRP 16−26 GRP UNSCHED NOFACILITY CANCELLED TBA Note: "Topics in Sexual Health" Directed Group Study Directed Group Study Directed Group Study 1−4: PF KODAMA, C J 1−4: PF 1−4 NONE NONE NONE P 99 P 104A P 104A P 105 P 107 P 116 1−3 IND 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC M 2−4P Tu 530−730P F 9−11A TBA 101 BARKER 182 DWINELLE OFF CAMPUS Supervised Independent Study 1−4 NONE 75638 75641 75644 75647 75650 75653 75656 75659 75662 75665 75668 75671 75674 75677 75680 75683 75686 75689 75692 75695 75698 75701 75704 75707 75710 75713 75716 75719 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 S 116 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 117 DIS 118 DIS 119 DIS 120 DIS 121 DIS 122 DIS 123 DIS 124 DIS 125 DIS 126 DIS 127 DIS 128 DIS Health Promotion in a College Setting 2: TP KODAMA, C J 15 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Health Promotion in a College Setting 2: TP KODAMA, C J 14 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Policy, Planning, and Evaluation of Health 3 KODAMA, C J 16 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Promotio... MW 2−3P 109 MORGAN Violence, Social Justice, and Public Health 2 KODAMA, C J 15 M 4−6P WHEELER AUD Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues 2: PF POTTS, D M 13 BY CATEGORY in... Note: Public Health 116 was formerly IDS 130. Contact the Health &Medical Apprenticeship Program (HMAP) by visiting hmap.berkeley.edu for more information. Enroll only in a section that you can attend. Attendance is mandatory and no switching will be allowed. Instructions regarding enrollment will be provided on the first day of class; be sure to attend. W 8−9A 108 WHEELER Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues POTTS, D M in... W 9−10A 201 WHEELER Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues POTTS, D M in... W 10−11A 108 WHEELER Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues POTTS, D M in... W 11−12P 204 WHEELER Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues POTTS, D M in... W 12−1P 201 WHEELER Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues POTTS, D M in... 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F 1−2P 108 WHEELER Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues POTTS, D M 140 75722 75725 75728 75731 75734 75737 75740 75743 75746 75749 75752 75755 75758 75761 75764 75767 75770 75773 75776 75779 75782 75788 75791 75794 75797 75800 75803 75806 75809 75812 75815 75818 75821 75824 75827 75830 75833 75836 75839 75842 75845 75848 75851 S 116 S 116 P C129 P 140 P 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 S 142 P S S S S P S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S P 150D 150D 150D 150D 150D C155 C160 C160 C160 C160 C160 C160 C160 C160 C160 162A 162A 162A 162A 162A 162A 162A 162L 129 DIS 130 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 109 LAB 110 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LAB 002 LAB 003 LAB 004 LAB 005 LAB 006 LAB F 4−5P F 2−3P MW 1−2P MWF 10−11A MWF 8−9A W 10−12P W 12−2P W 12−2P W 2−4P W 2−4P F 10−12P F 10−12P F 2−4P F 2−4P W 10−12P TuTh 930−11A M 10−11A M 11−12P Tu 11−12P W 1−2P MWF 11−12P 108 WHEELER 108 WHEELER 101 BARKER 2311 TOLMAN 100 LEWIS 2326 TOLMAN 2304 TOLMAN 2301 TOLMAN 79 DWINELLE 2320 TOLMAN 2301 TOLMAN 2312 TOLMAN 2301 TOLMAN 2304 TOLMAN 2304 TOLMAN 2060 VALLEY LSB 2304 TOLMAN 2304 TOLMAN 2304 TOLMAN 2312 TOLMAN 126 BARROWS CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED CANCELLED 100 GPB 2308 TOLMAN 2308 TOLMAN 2320 TOLMAN 2320 TOLMAN 2308 TOLMAN 2308 TOLMAN 208 HILDEBRAND 208 HILDEBRAND 208 HILDEBRAND 208 HILDEBRAND 208 HILDEBRAND 208 HILDEBRAND in... 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Introduction to Health Policy and Management Introduction to Health Policy and Management Introduction to Health Policy and Management Introduction to Health Policy and Management Introduction to Health Policy and Management Sociology of Illness and Medicine Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Environmental Health and Development Public Health Microbiology Public Health Microbiology Public Health Microbiology Public Health Microbiology Public Health Microbiology Public Health Microbiology Public Health Microbiology Public Health Microbiology Laboratory Public Health Microbiology Laboratory Public Health Microbiology Laboratory Public Health Microbiology Laboratory Public Health Microbiology Laboratory Public Health Microbiology Laboratory 4 4 POTTS, D M POTTS, D M JAGUST, W J TARTER, M E SELVIN, S 12 1 4 Note: Cross−listed with Neuroscience C129 section 1. BY CATEGORY SELVIN, S 3 HALPIN, H A 7 BY CATEGORY 4 NATHAN, L 2 Note: Cross−listed with Sociology C155 section 1. TuTh 8−930A W 9−10A M 2−3P Tu 4−5P Th 10−11A F 2−3P F 12−1P Tu 10−12P Tu 1−3P Th 10−12P Th 1−3P W 10−12P W 1−3P 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 BUEHRING, G C BUEHRING, G C BUEHRING, G C BUEHRING, G C BUEHRING, G C BUEHRING, G C BUEHRING, G C LORETZ, K LORETZ, K LORETZ, K LORETZ, K LORETZ, K LORETZ, K 11 JR, SR & BY CATEGORY 19 17 19 17 1 12 SR & BY CATEGORY SR & BY CATEGORY SR & BY CATEGORY SR & BY CATEGORY SR & BY CATEGORY SR & BY CATEGORY Note: Labs will begin the second week of instruction. P 162L P 162L P 162L P 162L P 162L Note: Labs will begin the second week of instruction. Note: Labs will begin the second week of instruction. Note: Labs will begin the second week of instruction. Note: Labs will begin the second week of instruction. Note: Labs will begin the second week of instruction. 141 75854 75857 75860 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 180 P 181 P 183 001 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC M 2−4P M 10−12P M 2−5P 159 MULFORD 50 BIRGE 2304 TOLMAN TBA TBA TBA P H195A 1−10 IND P H195B 1−2 IND P 197 1−11 IND The Evolution of Human Sexuality Poverty and Population The History of Medicine, Public Health, and the All... Special Study for Honors Candidates in Public Healt... Special Study for Honors Candidates in Public Healt... Field Study in Public Health 2 2,3 3 3 3 1−4 POTTS, D M POTTS, D M HOOK, E B 15 1 15 BY CATEGORY NONE UG & PUBLIC HEALTH NONE NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Cal Nutrition Outreach exposes students to methods of public health and nutrition promotion in a college setting. For more information, contact [email protected] P 198 1−26 GRP TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE JR, SR SEE DEPT P 199 1−39 IND Note: Multicultural Health Awareness Peer Program (MAPP) is a theatre−based health education course that explores health topics from a multicultural perspective. To join MAPP, go to uhs.berkeley.edu/students/healthpromotion/mapp.shtml.; "Topics in Sexual Health" TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR PUBLIC POLICY Control Number 77106 77109 77112 77115 77118 77121 77124 77127 77130 77133 77136 77139 77142 77145 77150 Course Section Number P S S S P 101 101 101 101 182 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 003 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE TuTh 330−5P M 3−4P W 1−2P M 12−1P TuTh 1230−2P F 2−3P TuTh 2−330P Tu 1−2P Tu 1−2P W 9−10A W 9−10A M 9−10A M 9−10A TuTh 2−330P MW 8−10A 150 GSPP 75 EVANS 3102 ETCHEVERRY 3102 ETCHEVERRY 250 GSPP 250 GSPP A1 HEARST ANNEX 174 BARROWS 175 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 136 BARROWS 174 BARROWS 534 DAVIS 105 GSPP S 182 P C184 S S S S S S P C184 C184 C184 C184 C184 C184 190 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Environment and Technology from the Policy and Busi... Environment and Technology from the Policy and Busi... Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Energy and Society Special Topics in Public Policy Special Topics in Public Policy MAULDON, J 4 TAYLOR, M R NONE BY CATEGORY 4 KAMMEN, D M 5 Note: Cross−listed with Energy and Resources Group C100 section 1. 3 3 FARHANG, S JOHNSON, R C 5 4 Note: "Law and Public Policy" P 190 RELIGIOUS STUDIES Control Number 77603 77606 77609 77612 77615 77618 77621 77630 77633 77636 77639 77642 Course Section Number P S S S S S S P P 90A 90A 90A 90A 90A 90A 90A 90B C108 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 5 TuTh 2−330P W 3−4P W 4−5P Th 4−5P Th 5−6P Tu 8−9A Tu 9−10A MWF 10−11A MWF 2−3P TuTh 8−930A MWF 11−12P 105 NORTH GATE 41 EVANS 41 EVANS 39 EVANS 31 EVANS 61 EVANS 39 EVANS 20 BARROWS 4 LECONTE 122 WHEELER 4 LECONTE Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Introductory Topics in Religious Studies Scandinavian Myth and Religion The English Bible As Literature Origins of Christianity Hindu Mythology THE STAFF 4 4 4 4 4 ROUSE, A LINDOW, J GOLDSMITH, S STANTON, T GOLDMAN, R P TBA 1 15 11 2 Note: Cross−listed with Scandinavian C160 section 1. P C119 P 120A P C165 Note: Cross−listed with English C107 section 1. BY CATEGORY 142 Note: Cross−listed with South Asian C140 section 1. 77645 77648 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 190 001 LEC P 190 002 LEC P H195A 001 IND P 199 1−5 IND TuTh 930−11A TuTh 330−5P 100 WHEELER 30 WHEELER UNSCHED NOFACILITY TBA Topics in the Study of Religion Topics in the Study of Religion Honors Course Supervised Independent Study 4 4 3 1−4 ELM, S FIEDBERG, D N THE STAFF 7 20 BY CATEGORY NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ NONE JR, SR ; CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ RHETORIC Control Number 77803 77806 77809 77812 77815 77818 77821 77824 77827 77830 77833 77836 77839 77842 77845 77848 77851 77854 77857 77860 77863 77866 77869 77872 77875 Course Section Number P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1B P R1B P R1B P R1B P 10 S 10 S 10 S 10 S 10 S 10 S 10 S 10 S 10 P 103A S 103A S 103A S 103A S 103A P 105 P 110 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE TuTh 930−11A MWF 9−10A TuTh 11−1230P MW 4−530P MWF 12−1P MWF 2−3P MWF 4−5P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 5−630P TuTh 1230−2P Tu 2−3P Tu 9−10A Tu 3−4P Tu 5−6P W 1−2P W 11−12P W 3−4P W 5−6P TuTh 930−11A W 4−5P W 2−3P Tu 3−4P Tu 5−6P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 11−1230P 174 BARROWS 109 DWINELLE 223 DWINELLE 229 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 175 BARROWS 109 DWINELLE The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing The Craft of Writing Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical 4 An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical An... Approaches and Paradigms in the History of 4 Rhetoric... Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetoric... Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetoric... Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetoric... Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetoric... Rhetorical Theory and Practice in Historical Eras4 Advanced Argumentative Writing 4 COHEN, D J 17 2070 VALLEY LSB 41 EVANS 39 EVANS 78 BARROWS 35 EVANS 54 BARROWS 235 DWINELLE 141 MCCONE 2062 VALLEY LSB 223 WHEELER 259 DWINELLE 246 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 24 WHEELER BOYARIN, D 7 SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY MELIA, D F GUTTERRIEZ, F R 17 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 143 77878 77881 77884 77887 77890 77893 77896 77899 77902 77905 77908 77911 77914 77917 77920 77923 77926 77929 77932 77935 77938 77941 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P S P P P P P S P P 119 119 121B 124 127 132 133 133 140 152AC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC TuTh 330−5P W 6−8P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 11−1230P M 3−6P MW 330−5P Tu 630−830P TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 930−11A Tu 11−12P Th 11−12P TuTh 930−11A W 6−9P TuTh 2−330P MW 4−530P TuTh 330−5P W 2−5P TuTh 2−330P MWF 11−12P TuTh 5−630P M 2−5P 109 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 215 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 215 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 188 DWINELLE 220 WHEELER 106 WHEELER 87 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 155 BARROWS 179 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 100 WHEELER 182 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 209 DWINELLE 109 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 83 DWINELLE TBA TBA TBA Genre in Film and Literature Genre in Film and Literature Rhetoric of Fiction Rhetoric of Poetry Novel, Society, and Politics Rhetoric, Culture and Society Selected Topics in Film Selected Topics in Film The Discourse of Qualities Race and Order in the New Republic Race and Order in the New Republic Race and Order in the New Republic Rhetoric of Modern Political Theory Advanced Problems in the Rhetoric of Political Theo... Great Themes in the Rhetoric of Contemporary Politi... Introduction to the Rhetoric of Legal Discourse Rhetoric of Legal Theory Advanced Topics in Law and Rhetoric Rhetoric of Social Theory Rhetoric of Scientific Discourse Undergraduate Seminar on the Theory and Practice of... Special Topics Honors Thesis Honors Thesis Supervised Independent Study 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 NADDAFF, R FREEMAN, B C CHEAH, P JONES, E M JONES, E M PERMAUL, N PERMAUL, N PERMAUL, N 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 1−3 20 17 NONE 9 8 8 17 7 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN SO, JR, SR & BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; S 152AC 101 DIS S 152AC 102 DIS P 157A P 158 P 159B P 160 P 164 P P P P 167 172 174 181 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; CONSTABLE, M GUTTERRIEZ, F R CONSTABLE, M YOUNG, L W WESTON, N A BATES, D W CARRICO, D N WINTROUB, A M 7 14 NONE 13 20 15 5 2 14 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN CURRENTLY NOT OPEN BY CATEGORY Note: Also: WANG, F S; COHEN, D J P 189 001 LEC P H190A 1−17 IND P H190B 1−10 IND P 199 1−6 IND 15 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE SR & RHETORIC , DOUBLE NONE SR & RHETORIC , DOUBLE NONE SO, JR, SR & RHETORIC , DOUBLE &BY CATEGORY SCANDINAVIAN Control Number 78703 78706 78709 78712 78715 Course Section Number P P P P P 1A 2A 3A 4A R5A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SES 001 SES 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 78718 P R5A 002 LEC 78721 P R5B 001 LEC 78724 P R5B 002 LEC 78727 P R5B 003 LEC 78730 P R5B 004 LEC SEE DEPT P 98 1−5 GRP MWF 9−10A 83 DWINELLE Beginning Swedish 4 MOLLER, K 10 TuTh 11−1230P B34 DWINELLE Beginning Finnish 4 TUOMAINEN, S M 10 MWF 9−10A 103 WHEELER Beginning Norwegian 4 MOLLER, K 10 TuTh 2−330P 33 DWINELLE Beginning Danish 4 MOLLER, K 10 TuTh 330−5P 2030 VALLEY LSB Reading and Composition 4 RUGG, L H 20 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Scandinavian R5A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. MWF 3−4P 250 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 RUGG, L H 8 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Scandinavian R5A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. MWF 9−10A 206 WHEELER Reading and Composition 4 RUGG, L H 16 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Scandinavian R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. MWF 12−1P 103 WHEELER Reading and Composition 4 RUGG, L H 18 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Scandinavian R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. MWF 3−4P 206 WHEELER Reading and Composition 4 RUGG, L H 8 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Scandinavian R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. MW 4−530P 2070 VALLEY LSB Reading and Composition 4 RUGG, L H 13 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Scandinavian R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE 144 78748 78751 78754 78757 78760 78763 SEE DEPT P S S S P P 100A 100A 100A 100A 102A 120 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−6 SEM Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Scandinavian Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Scandinavian majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. A course control number will be released by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. W 11−12P 6415 DWINELLE Scandinavian Languages and Linguistics 4 MOLLER, K 2 MF 11−12P 6415 DWINELLE Scandinavian Languages and Linguistics THE STAFF MF 11−12P 6307 DWINELLE Scandinavian Languages and Linguistics THE STAFF TuTh 11−12P 6415 DWINELLE Scandinavian Languages and Linguistics MOLLER, K TuTh 2−330P B34 DWINELLE Advanced Finnish 4 TUOMAINEN, S M 5 MWF 12−1P 279 DWINELLE The Novel in Scandinavian 4 THE STAFF 18 Note: Taught in English. TBA Senior Seminar 2 TBA P 145 SEE DEPT P 149 1−6 DIS Note: Majors who enroll in this senior seminar, equivalent to an honors course, must obtain permission to enroll by first, the major advisor, followed by the instructor. Majors must obtain an Approval for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses form−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS from the Undergraduate SAO in Scandinavian in 6303 Dwinelle Hall. A course control number will be issued by the SAO when the signatures have been obtained. TBA Major Studies 1 NONE Note: Majors who enroll in this major studies research course must first be enrolled in a corresponding upper division Scandinavian course and obtain permission from the instructor; approval must also be obtained from the major advisor. Majors must obtain an Approval for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses form−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS from the Undergraduate SAO in Scandinavian in 6303 Dwinelle Hall. A course control number will be issued by the Undergraduate SAO when the form is submitted. MWF 2−3P 206 WHEELER Studies in Scandinavian Literature 4 THE STAFF 15 Note: Taught in English. MWF 10−11A 20 BARROWS TBA Scandinavian Myth and Religion Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates 4 2−4 LINDOW, J 1 NONE JR, SR 78802 78805 SEE DEPT P 150 P C160 P 198 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−6 GRP Note: Cross−listed with Religious Studies C108 section 1. − Taught in English. SEE DEPT P 199 1−6 IND Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Scandinavian Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Scandinavian majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. A course control number will be released by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. TBA Independent Study and Research 2−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses and the honors program must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses−−available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Scandinavian Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures (and, for Scandinavian majors, an advisor's signature) are required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chair must give approval and signature. A course control number will be released by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Control Number 79703 Course Section Number P1 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 79706 P1 002 LEC 79709 P1 003 LEC 79712 P2 001 LEC 79715 P3 001 LEC 79718 P4 001 LEC MTWTF 9−10A 206 DWINELLE Elementary Russian 5 LITTLE, L C 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend at least the first 4 class meetings of the first week of the course. Students who do not will be dropped on the Tele−BEARS system and their spaces given to other students wishing to access the course. Students who lose their places or drop out are responsible for dropping the course from their study lists through Tele−BEARS or the OLADS system. Removal of a student's name from the class list does not remove the course from the study list. Pre−enrolled students may be asked to volunteer to be moved to other sections in order to balance the section sizes. No auditors are permitted. MTWTF 11−12P 206 DWINELLE Elementary Russian 5 LITTLE, L C 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend at least the first 4 class meetings of the first week of the course. Students who do not will be dropped on the Tele−BEARS system and their spaces given to other students wishing to access the course. Students who lose their places or drop out are responsible for dropping the course from their study lists through Tele−BEARS or the OLADS system. Removal of a student's name from the class list does not remove the course from the study list. Pre−enrolled students may be asked to volunteer to be moved to other sections in order to balance the section sizes. No auditors are permitted. MTWTF 1−2P 206 DWINELLE Elementary Russian 5 LITTLE, L C 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend at least the first 4 class meetings of the first week of the course. Students who do not will be dropped on the Tele−BEARS system and their spaces given to other students wishing to access the course. Students who lose their places or drop out are responsible for dropping the course from their study lists through Tele−BEARS or the OLADS system. Removal of a student's name from the class list does not remove the course from the study list. Pre−enrolled students may be asked to volunteer to be moved to other sections in order to balance the section sizes. No auditors are permitted. MTWTF 11−12P 235 DWINELLE Elementary Russian 5 LITTLE, L C 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend at least the first 4 class meetings of the first week of the course. Students who do not will be dropped on the Tele−BEARS system and their spaces given to other students wishing to access the course. Students who lose their places or drop out are responsible for dropping the course from their study lists through Tele−BEARS or the OLADS system. Removal of a student's name from the class list does not remove the course from the study list. Pre−enrolled students may be asked to volunteer to be moved to other sections in order to balance the section sizes. No auditors are permitted. MTWTF 11−12P 279 DWINELLE Intermediate Russian 5 LITTLE, L C 10 Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend at least the first 4 class meetings of the first week of the course. Students who do not will be dropped on the Tele−BEARS system and their spaces given to other students wishing to access the course. Students who lose their places or drop out are responsible for dropping the course from their study lists through Tele−BEARS or the OLADS system. Removal of a student's name from the class list does not remove the course from the study list. Pre−enrolled students may be asked to volunteer to be moved to other sections in order to balance the section sizes. No auditors are permitted. MTWTF 11−12P 103 WHEELER Intermediate Russian 5 LITTLE, L C 10 145 79721 P R5A 001 LEC 79724 P R5A 002 LEC 79727 P R5A 003 LEC 79730 P R5B 001 LEC 79733 P R5B 002 LEC 79736 P R5B 003 LEC 79739 79742 79745 79748 79751 79754 79757 79760 SEE DEPT P 6A P 24 P P P P P 25A 26A 27A 28A 39L 001 LEC 001 SEM 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 SEM 001 LEC 1−11 GRP Note: Students whose enrollments are confirmed on Tele−BEARS must attend the first 4 class meetings of the first week of the course. Students who do not will be dropped on the Tele−BEARS system and their place given to other students wishing to access the course. Students who lose their places or drop out are responsible for dropping the course from their study lists through Tele−BEARS or the OLADS system. Removal of a student's name from the class list does not remove the course from the study list. Pre−enrolled students may be asked to volunteer to be moved to other sections in order to balance the section sizes. No auditors permitted. MWF 8−9A 263 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 MATICH, O 4 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Slavic R5A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. See the Slavic department website at ls.berkeley.edu/dept/slavic for detailed descriptions and prerequisites. TuTh 330−5P 206 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 MATICH, O 20 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Slavic R5A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. See the Slavic department website at ls.berkeley.edu/dept/slavic for detailed descriptions and prerequisites. MWF 3−4P 206 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 MATICH, O 8 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Slavic R5A daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. See the Slavic department website at ls.berkeley.edu/dept/slavic for detailed descriptions and prerequisites. TuTh 8−930A 242 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 MATICH, O 11 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Slavic R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. See the Slavic department website at ls.berkeley.edu/dept/slavic for detailed descriptions and prerequisites. TuTh 330−5P 258 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 MATICH, O 20 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Slavic R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. See the Slavic department website at ls.berkeley.edu/dept/slavic for detailed descriptions and prerequisites. MWF 3−4P 258 DWINELLE Reading and Composition 4 MATICH, O 8 Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Students will be dropped from Slavic R5B daily for non−attendance during the first two weeks of classes to accommodate students needing entry. See the Slavic department website at ls.berkeley.edu/dept/slavic for detailed descriptions and prerequisites. MWF 11−12P 210 DWINELLE Introductory Russian for Heritage Speakers 3 LITTLE, L C 2 F 9−11A 6115 DWINELLE Freshman Seminar 1: PF MCLEAN, H TBA Note: "War and Peace: Let's Read It Together" MTWTF 12−1P MTWTF 9−10A MTWTF 12−1P MTWTF 12−1P MWF 2−3P MWF 10−11A 205 DWINELLE 104 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE 235 DWINELLE 250 DWINELLE 160 DWINELLE TBA Introductory Polish Introductory Czech Introductory Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Introductory Bulgarian Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Nineteenth−Century Russian Literature Directed Group Study 5 5 5 5 3 3 1−4 FRICK, D A LANGER, E R ALEXANDER, R ALEXANDER, R GOLBURT, L GOLBURT, L 10 10 10 10 TBA 1 NONE BY CATEGORY Note: "Russian Short Fiction" P 45 P 98 Note: "Survey of 19th Century Russian Literature" − Taught in English, with readings in English. SEE DEPT P 99 1−5 IND Note: Students who wish to enroll in Slavic 98 must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses − available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Slavic Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures, and for Slavic majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature is required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chairman must sign for Slavic 98. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. TBA Individual Study 1−4 NONE Note: Students who wish to enroll in Slavic 99 must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses − available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Slavic Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures, and for Slavic majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature is required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chairman must sign for Slavic 99. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. MWF 9−10A 210 DWINELLE Advanced Russian Phonetics and Oral 1−3 ALEXEEV, A A 16 Performance MWF 11−12P 258 DWINELLE Advanced Russian 4 ALEXEEV, A A 2 MWF 11−12P 104 DWINELLE Advanced Russian for Heritage Speakers 3 MUZA, A 2 MWF 10−11A 104 DWINELLE Advanced Polish 4 THE STAFF 1 MWF 12−1P 104 DWINELLE Advanced Czech 4 LANGER, E R 18 MWF 10−11A 210 DWINELLE Advanced Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian 4 ALEXANDER, R 1 MWF 1−2P 89 DWINELLE Advanced Russian Conversation and 2−3 LITTLE, L C 12 Communication TuTh 2−330P 166 BARROWS The Novel in Russia and the West 4 PAPERNO, I 5 Note: Taught in English with readings in English. TuTh 330−5P TuTh 330−5P MW 4−530P 243 DWINELLE 204 WHEELER 123 WHEELER Gogol Introduction to Slavic Linguistics The Performing Arts in Russia and Eastern Europe Balkan Folklore Readings in Polish Literature Russian Culture Taught in Russian: Country, Identit... 4 3 4 NESBET, A THE STAFF MUZA, A 20 20 13 79811 79814 79817 79820 79823 79826 79829 79832 79835 79838 79841 P 101 P P P P P P 103A 106A 115A 116A 117A 120A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC P 133 P 134A P 137 P 140 Note: Taught in English with readings in English. Note: Taught in English with readings in English. 79844 79847 79850 P 147B P 151 P 190 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC MWF 2−3P MWF 2−3P MWF 3−4P 215 DWINELLE 204 DWINELLE 189 DWINELLE 3 4 4 ALEXANDER, R THE STAFF ALEXEEV, A A 15 15 8 Note: Taught in English with readings in English. Note: Taught in English and Polish with readings in Polish. 146 SEE DEPT P H195 1−10 IND TBA Honors Seminar 4 NONE SEE DEPT P 198 1−12 GRP Note: Students who wish to enroll in Slavic H195 must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses − available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Slavic Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures, and for Slavic majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature is required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chairman must sign for Slavic H195. A course control number will begiven out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. TBA Supervised Group Study for Undergraduates 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Students who wish to enroll in Slavic 198 must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses − available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Slavic Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures, and for Slavic majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature is required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chairman must sign for Slavic 198. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: Students who wish to enroll in Slavic 199 must first complete an Approval Form for Enrollment in Supervised Independent Study Courses − available during Phase I of Tele−BEARS in the Slavic Department at 6303 Dwinelle Hall. Instructor's signatures, and for Slavic majors and graduate students, an advisor's signature is required for all independent study courses. In addition, the Department Chairman must sign for Slavic 199. A course control number will be given out by the Undergraduate SAO once all signatures have been obtained. SEE DEPT P 199 1−14 IND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES Control Number 80303 80306 Course Section Number P 1A P 100 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3,4 2 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 1 MWF 9−10A WF 10−11A 204 DWINELLE 204 DWINELLE Introductory Hungarian Readings in Hungarian THE STAFF THE STAFF EURASIAN STUDIES Control Number 80603 80606 Course Section Number P 1A P 101A 001 SES 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 17 TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 1230−2P 189 DWINELLE 104 DWINELLE Beginning Armenian Continuing Armenian THE STAFF THE STAFF SOCIAL WELFARE Control Number SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 80736 80739 80742 80745 80748 80751 Course Section Number P 97 1−6 FLD Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 1−3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE TBA Field Studies in Social Welfare Note: Community Service Course. Please see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland for enrollment information. P 97 P 97 P 98 007 FLD 9−10 FLD 001 GRP F 1−4P M 4−6P 309 HAVILAND TBA 135 REC SPRT FAC Field Studies in Social Welfare Field Studies in Social Welfare Group Study in Social Welfare 1−3: PF CHOW, J 1−3 1−3: PF MERRILL, G S NONE NONE NONE Note: "Assisting Disabled People with Yoga" P 98 002 GRP Tu 4−530P 201 HAVILAND Group Study in Social Welfare 1−3: PF HASTINGS, J F NONE Note: "The Undergrad Colloquium" P 110 S 110 S 110 P 112 S 112 S 112 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS W 4−6P M 12−1P W 12−1P W 10−12P F 10−11A F 10−11A 5 HAVILAND 2 HAVILAND 2 HAVILAND 5 HAVILAND 4 HAVILAND 2 HAVILAND Social Work As a Profession Social Work As a Profession Social Work As a Profession Social Welfare Policy Social Welfare Policy Social Welfare Policy 3 THE STAFF 13 UG & SOCIAL WELFARE &BY CATEGORY Note: Space for non−majors is unlikely. Please see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland if interested. 3 THE STAFF 1 UG & SOCIAL WELFARE &BY CATEGORY Note: Non−majors must see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland for enrollment information. 147 80754 80757 80760 80763 80766 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 114 S 114 S 114 P 116 P H195 P H195 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 001 IND 2−5 IND Tu 8−10A Th 4−5P Th 4−5P W 2−4P M 2−4P 5 HAVILAND 5 HAVILAND 4 HAVILAND 5 HAVILAND 2 HAVILAND TBA Practice in Social Work Practice in Social Work Practice in Social Work Current Topics in Social Welfare Senior Honors Course Senior Honors Course 3 THE STAFF 11 UG & SOCIAL WELFARE &BY CATEGORY Note: Space for non−majors is unlikely. Please see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland if interested. 2 1−3 1−3 BERRICK, J D CHOW, J 15 UG & SOCIAL WELFARE &BY CATEGORY Note: Non−majors must see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland for enrollment information. NONE UG & SOCIAL WELFARE &BY CATEGORY NONE UG & SOCIAL WELFARE Note: Restricted to Social Welfare majors. Please see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland for enrollment information. Note: Restricted to Social Welfare majors. Please see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland for enrollment information. P 197 1−6 FLD TBA Field Studies in Social Welfare 1−3 NONE JR, SR Note: Community service courses. Please see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland for enrollment information. P 197 P 197 P 198 P 198 007 FLD 8−12 FLD 001 GRP 002 GRP F 1−4P Tu 4−530P M 4−6P 309 HAVILAND TBA 135 REC SPRT FAC 201 HAVILAND Field Studies in Social Welfare Field Studies in Social Welfare Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates Group Study for Advanced Undergraduates 1−3: PF CHOW, J 1−3 1−3: PF MERRILL, G S 1−3: PF HASTINGS, J F NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR Note: "The Undergrad Colloquium" P 199 1−10 IND TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3 NONE JR, SR Note: Restricted course. Please see the Social Welfare Undergraduate Advisor in 219 Haviland for enrollment information. SOCIOLOGY Control Number 81603 Course Section Number P1 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 81606 81609 81612 81615 81618 81621 81624 81627 81630 81633 81636 81639 81642 81645 81648 81651 81654 81657 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3AC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 115 DIS 116 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC MW 10−11A 105 STANLEY Introduction to Sociology 4 SMITH, S 1 BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite for the sociology major. Students may take Sociology5 concurrently with this course. No credit or grade points can beearned in this course if the student has completed Sociology 3, 3Aor 3AC. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment proceduresand priorities in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. MW 8−9A 222 WHEELER Introduction to Sociology MW 9−10A 475 BARROWS Introduction to Sociology MW 12−1P 111 KROEBER Introduction to Sociology MW 1−2P 475 BARROWS Introduction to Sociology MW 2−3P 475 BARROWS Introduction to Sociology MW 4−5P 475 BARROWS Introduction to Sociology MW 5−6P 475 BARROWS Introduction to Sociology MW 9−10A 111 KROEBER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 8−9A 111 KROEBER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 10−11A 224 WHEELER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 9−10A 111 KROEBER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 10−11A 223 WHEELER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 11−12P 111 KROEBER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 12−1P 111 KROEBER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 1−2P 224 WHEELER Introduction to Sociology TuTh 2−3P 223 WHEELER Introduction to Sociology MWF 11−12P 105 STANLEY Principles of Sociology 4 POWERS, B A 2 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; TuTh 930−11A A1 HEARST ANNEX Evaluation of Evidence 4 HAVEMAN, H A 7 BY CATEGORY Note: Prerequisite for the sociology major. Students may take Sociology 1 concurrently with this course. Seats are reserved for Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. Freshman will be added off the wait list as space permits at the end of Tele−BEARS Phase II. This course usually can accommodate all who are interested. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment procedures and priorities in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 8−9A 224 WHEELER Evaluation of Evidence TuTh 11−12P 475 BARROWS Evaluation of Evidence TuTh 12−1P 475 BARROWS Evaluation of Evidence TuTh 1−2P 475 BARROWS Evaluation of Evidence TuTh 2−3P 475 BARROWS Evaluation of Evidence P5 81660 81663 81666 81669 81672 S S S S S 5 5 5 5 5 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 148 81675 81678 81681 81684 81687 81690 81693 SEE DEPT S S S S S S S P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 98 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 1−4 GRP TuTh 2−3P TuTh 1−2P MW 8−9A MW 8−9A MW 9−10A MW 10−11A TuTh 12−1P 111 KROEBER 111 KROEBER 224 WHEELER 225 WHEELER 402 BARROWS 20 WHEELER 186 BARROWS TBA Evaluation of Evidence Evaluation of Evidence Evaluation of Evidence Evaluation of Evidence Evaluation of Evidence Evaluation of Evidence Evaluation of Evidence Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN 81708 P 100 001 SEM 81711 P 101A 001 LEC 81714 81717 81720 81723 81726 81729 81732 81735 81738 81741 81744 81747 81750 81753 81756 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101A 101B 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 110 DIS 111 DIS 112 DIS 113 DIS 114 DIS 001 LEC 81759 81762 81765 81768 81771 81774 81777 S S S S S S P 101B 101B 101B 101B 101B 101B 101C 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 81780 P 105 001 LEC 81783 81786 P 107B P 110 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: You must apply for Sociology 98 in the department, 450 Barrows Hall, (510)643−5059. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment procedures and priorities in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. W 1−2P 402 BARROWS In the Sociology Workshop 1: PF NONE BY CATEGORY Note: All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 2−330P 145 DWINELLE Sociological Theory 5 5 BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: You must apply for Sociology 101A by May 29, 2009, online at sociology.berkeley.edu. Declared sociology seniors should use Tele−BEARS to enroll in Sociology 101A by the end of Phase II. After Phase II ends, you will no longer have priority as we fill the course with declared sociology juniors, sophomores and intended majors. You will be pre−enrolling for the lecture only. All students must attend the first class meeting to be assigned a discussion section. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 8−9A 201 WHEELER Sociological Theory TuTh 9−10A 475 BARROWS Sociological Theory TuTh 10−11A 475 BARROWS Sociological Theory TuTh 11−12P 180 BARROWS Sociological Theory TuTh 12−1P 205 WHEELER Sociological Theory TuTh 8−9A 204 WHEELER Sociological Theory TuTh 5−6P 89 DWINELLE Sociological Theory MW 8−9A 204 DWINELLE Sociological Theory MW 9−10A 202 WHEELER Sociological Theory MW 10−11A 475 BARROWS Sociological Theory MW 11−12P 129 BARROWS Sociological Theory MW 8−9A 115 BARROWS Sociological Theory MW 1−2P 129 BARROWS Sociological Theory TuTh 9−10A 204 WHEELER Sociological Theory TuTh 2−330P 106 STANLEY Sociological Theory 5 RILEY, D J 5 Note: Restricted to students who have completed Sociology 101A by the end of Spring 2009. Any student who does not meet this prerequisite will be dropped from the course. Sociology majors who completed Sociology 101A prior to Spring 2009 should see an Undergraduate Advisor in 426 Barrows Hall. You will be pre−enrolling for the lecture only. All students must attend the first class meeting to be assigned a discussion section. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 8−9A 129 BARROWS Sociological Theory TuTh 9−10A 202 WHEELER Sociological Theory TuTh 10−11A 201 WHEELER Sociological Theory TuTh 11−12P 129 BARROWS Sociological Theory TuTh 11−12P 202 WHEELER Sociological Theory TuTh 5−6P 204 WHEELER Sociological Theory M 4−7P 402 BARROWS Contemporary Sociological Theory 4 BURAWOY, M B 13 Note: This course is only open to students who have completed the prerequisites, Sociology 101A and 101B, by the end of Spring 2009. This course is limited to 20 students and will satisfy the seminar requirement in the sociology major. Students should add their name to the Tele−BEARS wait list during Phase II, no later than August 17, 2009. Students will be added from the wait list before the semester begins. Senior sociology majors will have priority. MWF 10−11A 115 KROEBER Introduction to Sociological Methods 5 1 Note: All seats reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/course. Field Research: Participant Observation 5: 2T SANCHEZ−JANKOWSKI, TBA Note: Sociology 107B is only open to students who completed 107A in Spring 2009. Organizations and Institutions 4 TBA BY CATEGORY Note: All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 930−11A 100 LEWIS Sociology of the Family 4 KELSEY, M E 7 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: All seats reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/course. TuTh 5−630P 160 KROEBER Sociology of Law 4 BARLOW, A L 14 Note: All seats reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/course. TuTh 5−630P 126 BARROWS Deviance and Social Control 4 LAWTON, L E 14 M 4−7P 4 LECONTE Comparative Perspectives: Inequality 4 PETERSEN, T K 13 BY CATEGORY Note: Students who have completed Sociology 122 in a previous semester will not earn credit for Sociology 122A. All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 330−5P 4 LECONTE Sociology of Poverty 4 SANCHEZ−JANKOWSKI, 20 Note: All seats reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/course. TuTh 8−930A 160 KROEBER Urban Sociology 4 OGUTU, F 11 BY CATEGORY 81789 P 111 001 LEC 81795 P 114 001 LEC 81797 81804 P 115 P 122A 001 LEC 001 LEC 81807 P 124 001 LEC 81810 P 125 001 LEC 149 81813 P C126 001 LEC 81816 81819 81822 81825 81828 S S S S P C126 C126 C126 C126 128AC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 81831 S 128AC 101 DIS Note: All seats reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/course. TuTh 2−330P 210 WHEELER Social Consequences of Population Dynamics 4 WILMOTH, J R 5 BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with Demography C126 section 1. All seats are reservd for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses, go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. Th 4−5P 202 WHEELER Social Consequences of Population Dynamics M 4−5P 100 2232 PIEDMNT Social Consequences of Population Dynamics Th 1030−1130A 100 2232 PIEDMNT Social Consequences of Population Dynamics W 2−3P 100 2232 PIEDMNT Social Consequences of Population Dynamics MW 2−3P 2040 VALLEY LSB Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and 4 15 BY CATEGORY the... Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; Cross−listed with Environ Sci, Policy, and Management 163AC section 1. All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses, go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. Th 10−11A 2319 TOLMAN Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; F 10−11A 2319 TOLMAN Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the... 81834 S 128AC 102 DIS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 81837 S 128AC 103 DIS F 1−2P 2305 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 81840 S 128AC 104 DIS Th 9−10A 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 81843 S 128AC 105 DIS Th 8−9A 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 81846 S 128AC 106 DIS F 12−1P 2305 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 81849 S 128AC 107 DIS Th 12−1P 2319 TOLMAN Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 81852 S 128AC 108 DIS F 10−11A 35 EVANS Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; 81858 P 131A 001 LEC MWF 1−2P Race and Ethnic Relations: The United States 4 12 Experi... Note: All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment procedures and priorities in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. MW 11−12P 115 KROEBER Race and Ethnic Relations: The United States Experi... MW 12−1P 151 BARROWS Race and Ethnic Relations: The United States Experi... MW 1−2P 151 BARROWS Race and Ethnic Relations: The United States Experi... MW 2−3P 31 EVANS Race and Ethnic Relations: The United States Experi... TuTh 11−1230P 56 BARROWS Race and Ethnic Relations: Selected Topics 4 WACQUANT, L 9 Note: All seats reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/course. TuTh 8−930A 126 BARROWS Political Sociology 4 TUGAL, C Z 11 BY CATEGORY Note: All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses, go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 11−12P 262 DWINELLE Political Sociology TuTh 12−1P 151 BARROWS Political Sociology TuTh 1−2P 151 BARROWS Political Sociology TuTh 2−3P 246 DWINELLE Political Sociology MWF 1−2P 160 KROEBER Social Psychology 4 POWERS, B A 12 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TuTh 1230−2P 159 MULFORD Sociology of Culture 4 FOURCADE−GOURINCHA17 BY CATEGORY 3 LECONTE 81861 81864 81867 81870 81873 S 131A S 131A S 131A S 131A P 132 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 81876 P 140 001 LEC 81879 81882 81885 81888 81890 81894 S S S S P P 140 140 140 140 150 160 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 150 81897 81900 81903 81906 81909 81912 81915 S S S S S S P 160 160 160 160 160 160 172 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 81918 81921 81924 81927 81930 81933 81936 S S S S S S P 172 172 172 172 172 172 187 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 81939 P 190 001 SEM 81942 P 190 002 SEM 81945 P 190 003 SEM 81948 81951 P 190 P 190 004 SEM 005 SEM 81954 P 190 006 SEM 81957 P H190A 001 SEM 81960 P H190A 002 SEM SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 197 1−34 FLD Note: All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses, go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 11−12P 51 EVANS Sociology of Culture TuTh 11−12P 175 BARROWS Sociology of Culture TuTh 10−11A 51 EVANS Sociology of Culture TuTh 3−4P 475 BARROWS Sociology of Culture MW 10−11A 140 BARROWS Sociology of Culture Sociology of Culture TuTh 330−5P 390 HEARST MIN Development and Globalization 4 GOLD, T B 20 BY CATEGORY Note: All seats are reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment procedures and priorities in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. TuTh 10−11A 83 DWINELLE Development and Globalization TuTh 11−12P 83 DWINELLE Development and Globalization TuTh 8−9A 41 EVANS Development and Globalization TuTh 2−3P 41 EVANS Development and Globalization TuTh 12−1P 41 EVANS Development and Globalization TuTh 1−2P 41 EVANS Development and Globalization TuTh 11−1230P 101 WURSTER Social Change in Central America 4 ENRIQUEZ, L J 9 Note: All seats reserved for declared sociology majors only in Tele−BEARS Phase I. Enrollment may open up for undeclared and outside majors in Phase II depending on space availability, and according to priorities. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, enrollment priorities and procedures in sociology courses go to sociology.berkeley.edu/course. Th 12−2P 140 BARROWS Seminar on Advanced Topics 4 GOLD, T B NONE BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Students must apply for Sociology 190 by August 17, 2009, at the website listed below. Students admitted to this course will be added off the wait list at the end of Tele−BEARS Phase II. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, syllabus, enrollment priorities and procedures in these seminars go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. M 12−2P 140 BARROWS Seminar on Advanced Topics 4 SMITH, S NONE BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Students must apply for Sociology 190 by August 17, 2009, at the website listed below. Students admitted to this course will be added off the wait list at the end of Tele−BEARS Phase II. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, syllabus, enrollment priorities and procedures in these seminars go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. Seminar on Advanced Topics 4 TUGAL, C Z NONE BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Students must apply for Sociology 190 by August 17, 2009, at the website listed below. Students admitted to this course will be added off the wait list at the end of Tele−BEARS Phase II. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, syllabus, enrollment priorities and procedures in these seminars go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. Tu 2−4P 140 BARROWS Seminar on Advanced Topics 4 WACQUANT, L NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Th 10−12P 140 BARROWS Seminar on Advanced Topics 4 NONE BY CATEGORY; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Students must apply for Sociology 190 by August 17, 2009, at the website listed below. Students admitted to this course will be added off the wait list at the end of Tele−BEARS Phase II. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, syllabus, enrollment priorities and procedures in these seminars go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. W 12−2P 140 BARROWS Seminar on Advanced Topics 4 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: Students must apply for Sociology 190 by August 17, 2009, at the website listed below. Students admitted to this course will be added off the wait list at the end of Tele−BEARS Phase II. Wait lists for all upper division sociology courses are not available until Phase II. For questions, course descriptions, syllabus, enrollment priorities and procedures in these seminars go to sociology.berkeley.edu/courses. Tu 12−2P 129 BARROWS Senior Honors Thesis and Seminar 4: T1 BONNELL, V E NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Students must meet the qualifications for the Sociology Senior Honors Program and complete the Senior Honors Application by May 29, 2009. Applications are available online at sociology.berkeley.edu or in the Sociology Undergraduate Office, 424 Barrows Hall. The program is limited to 30 students and they will be notified of the status of their application in early July 2009. Students who are accepted will be added from the wait list for the course. Tu 12−2P 180 BARROWS Senior Honors Thesis and Seminar 4: T1 KELSEY, M E NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: Students must meet the qualifications for the Sociology Senior Honors Program and complete the Senior Honors Application by May 29, 2009. Applications are available online at sociology.berkeley.edu or in the Sociology Undergraduate Office, 424 Barrows Hall. The program is limited to 30 students and they will be notified of the status of their application in early July 2009. Students who are accepted will be added from the wait list for the course. TBA Field Study in Sociology 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: You must apply for Sociology 198. For undergraduates, you may go to 450 Barrows, or via email to [email protected] For graduates, you may go to 422 Barrows. P 198 1−35 GRP TBA Directed Group Study for Undergraduates 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: You must apply for Sociology 198. For undergraduates, you may go to 450 Barrows, or via email to [email protected] For graduates, you may go to 422 Barrows. P 199 1−35 IND TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 NONE JR, SR Note: You must apply for Sociology 198. For undergraduates, you may go to 450 Barrows, or via email to [email protected] For graduates, you may go to 422 Barrows. SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES Control Number 83203 83206 Course Section Number P R5A S R5A 001 LEC 101 DIS Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 9 TuTh 11−1230P Tu 8−9A 243 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE Self, Representation, and Nation Self, Representation, and Nation TIWON, S C THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; 151 83209 83211 83212 83215 83218 83221 83224 83227 83230 83233 83235 83503 83506 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 83260 83263 83266 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT S R5A P 39C P 39G P C52 S S S S S S S S S P C52 C52 C52 C52 C52 C52 C52 C52 C52 98A 102 DIS 001 SEM 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 107 DIS 108 DIS 109 DIS 1−5 GRP 1−3 IND 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC Th 3−4P TuTh 230−4P 87 DWINELLE 394 MINOR Self, Representation, and Nation Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism Introduction to the Study of Buddhism South Asian Studies South Asian Studies Topics in South and Southeast Asian Studies Topics in South and Southeast Asian Studies Studies in South and Southeast Asian Languages South Asian Studies Southeast Asian Studies Sanskrit South Asian Studies Southeast Asian Studies South Asian Studies Southeast Asian Studies Sanskrit 2 2−4 4 THE STAFF ENOCH, J M HART, K DALTON, J TBA TBA 17 BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: "'Think Gender' in Indian Short Stories" TuTh 1230−2P Tu 2−3P Tu 3−4P Tu 4−5P W 11−12P W 12−1P W 1−2P Tu 2−3P W 2−3P W 3−4P 50 BIRGE 255 DWINELLE 247 DWINELLE 205 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 2066 VALLEY LSB 51 EVANS 247 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE 121 WHEELER TBA TBA TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 330−5P WF 12−2P 106 DWINELLE 106 DWINELLE 109 WHEELER TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Note: Cross−listed with East Asian Languages and Cultures C50 section 1 and Group in Buddhist Studies C50 section 1. 1−4 1−4 4 4 2−4 3 3 3 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 1−4 FARUQUI, M D BARRIOS−LEBLANC, M SUNKARI, H NONE NONE 9 20 18 NONE NONE TBA NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR P 99A P 120 P 120 P 149 P H195A 1−2 IND P H195E 1−2 IND P H195F 1−2 IND P 198A P 198E P 199A P 199E P 199F 1−5 GRP 1−2 GRP 1−3 IND 1−4 IND 1−2 IND SOUTH ASIAN Control Number 84003 84006 84009 84012 84015 84018 84021 Course Section Number P R5A P R5A P R5A P R5A P R5A P 121 P C140 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE 11 2 MWF 8−9A TuTh 8−930A MWF 1−2P MWF 3−4P TuTh 330−5P TuTh 8−930A MWF 11−12P 123 DWINELLE 123 DWINELLE 123 DWINELLE 123 DWINELLE 175 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 4 LECONTE Great Books of India Great Books of India Great Books of India Great Books of India Great Books of India Classical Indian Literature in Translation Hindu Mythology THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF THE STAFF HART, G L THE STAFF Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Note: Cross−listed with Religious Studies C165 section 1. SOUTHEAST ASIAN 152 Control Number 84103 84106 84109 84112 84115 84118 84121 Course Section Number P S S P 10A 10A 10A 128 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 SEM Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 7 TuTh 930−11A Tu 8−9A Tu 1−2P TuTh 2−330P Th 12−1P F 3−4P TuTh 11−1230P 122 WHEELER 263 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE 110 WHEELER 201 WHEELER 89 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE S 128 S 128 P 137 Introduction to the Civilization of Southeast Asia 4 Introduction to the Civilization of Southeast Asia Introduction to the Civilization of Southeast Asia Introduction to Modern Indonesian and 4 Malaysian Lit... Introduction to Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Lit... Introduction to Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Lit... Islam and Society in Southeast Asia 4 EDWARDS, P S THE STAFF THE STAFF TIWON, S C THE STAFF THE STAFF HADLER, J A 5 9 BENGALI Control Number 84403 Course Section Number P 1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 18 MTWTF 12−1P 242 DWINELLE Introductory Bengali PAUL, A HINDI−URDU Control Number 84603 84606 84609 84612 84615 84618 84621 84624 Course Section Number P P P P S P P P 1A 1A 2A 100A 100A 101A 103A 104A 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 5 4 3 4 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 10 1 12 17 18 8 MTWTF 8−9A MTWTF 10−11A MTWTF 10−11A MW 1−2P F 12−2P TuTh 1230−2P MWF 12−1P MWF 3−4P 106 DWINELLE 106 DWINELLE 54 BARROWS 79 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 108 WHEELER 221 WHEELER 243 DWINELLE Introductory Hindi Introductory Hindi Introductory Urdu Intermediate Hindi Intermediate Hindi Readings in Modern Hindi Intermediate Urdu Advanced Urdu HUETTEMANN, A L HUETTEMANN, A L AHMAD, A HUETTEMANN, A L HUETTEMANN, A L JAIN, U R AHMAD, A AHMAD, A KHMER Control Number 84803 84806 84809 Course Section Number P 1A P 100A P 101A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 8 13 15 MTWTF 3−4P MTWTF 4−5P MWF 2−3P 105 DWINELLE 78 BARROWS 123 DWINELLE Introductory Khmer Intermediate Khmer Advanced Khmer SMITH, F J SMITH, F J SMITH, F J MALAY/INDONESIAN Control Number 85003 85006 Course Section Number P 1A P 100A 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 18 MW 10−12P MW 12−2P 223 WHEELER 106 DWINELLE Introductory Indonesian Intermediate Indonesian LUNDE, N K LUNDE, N K Note: Also: F 10−11A, 223 WHEELER Note: Also: F 12−1P, 106 DWINELLE 153 PUNJABI Control Number 85203 85206 Course Section Number P 1A P 100A 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 7 9 TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−1230P 105 DWINELLE 104 DWINELLE Introductory Punjabi Intermediate Punjabi UBHI, U K UBHI, U K Note: Also: F 10−12P, B4 DWINELLE Note: Also: F 10−12P, B4 DWINELLE SANSKRIT Control Number 85303 85306 Course Section Number P 100A P 101A 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 18 MWF 8−10A MF 12−2P 233 DWINELLE 210 DWINELLE Elementary Sanskrit Intermediate Sanskrit GOLDMAN, S J GOLDMAN, S J TAGALOG Control Number 85403 85406 Course Section Number P 1A P 100A 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 12 15 MTWTF 1−2P MTWTF 2−3P 229 DWINELLE 80 BARROWS Introductory Tagalog Intermediate Tagalog BARRIOS−LEBLANC, M BARRIOS−LEBLANC, M TAMIL Control Number 85603 85606 85609 Course Section Number P 1A S 1A P 101A 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 10 TBA TuTh 930−11A 233 DWINELLE UNSCHED NOFACILITY Introductory Tamil Introductory Tamil Readings in Tamil HART, K HART, K HART, K TELUGU Control Number 85803 Course Section Number P 1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA Elementary Telugu SUNKARI, H THAI Control Number 85903 Course Section Number P 1A 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 15 MTWTF 2−3P 106 DWINELLE Introduction to Thai THE STAFF VIETNAMESE 154 Control Number Course Section Number P P P P 1A 1A 100A 101A 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 5 5 5 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 18 12 15 17 CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ 86012 MTWTF 12−1P MTWTF 1−2P MTWTF 2−3P TuTh 1230−2P 31 EVANS 259 DWINELLE 78 BARROWS 258 DWINELLE Introductory Vietnamese Introductory Vietnamese Intermediate Vietnamese Advanced Vietnamese TRAN, B H TRAN, B H TRAN, B H THE STAFF SPANISH Control Number 86118 Course Section Number P2 001 REC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 86121 P2 002 REC 86124 P2 003 REC 86127 P2 004 REC 86130 P2 005 REC 86133 P3 001 REC 86136 P3 002 REC 86139 P3 003 REC 86142 P3 004 REC 86145 P3 005 REC 86148 P3 006 REC 86151 P4 001 REC 86154 P4 002 REC 86157 P4 003 REC 86160 P4 004 REC 86163 P4 005 REC 86166 86169 P 21 P 22 001 LEC 001 LEC MTWTF 8−9A 251 DWINELLE Elementary Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 2 if you have 3 years of high school Spanish or received a 2 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: VILLALBA, C MTWTF 9−10A 254 DWINELLE Elementary Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 2 if you have 3 years of high school Spanish or received a 2 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: VILLALBA, C MTWTF 10−11A 187 DWINELLE Elementary Spanish 5 JARAMILLO CASTRILL 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 2 if you have 3 years of high school Spanish or received a 2 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: VILLALBA, C MTWTF 11−12P 251 DWINELLE Elementary Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 2 if you have 3 years of high school Spanish or received a 2 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: VILLALBA, C MTWTF 12−1P 254 DWINELLE Elementary Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 2 if you have 3 years of high school Spanish or received a 2 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: VILLALBA, C MTWTF 8−9A 235 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 3 if you have 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 3 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 9−10A 235 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 3 if you have 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 3 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 10−11A 235 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 3 if you have 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 3 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 11−12P 206 WHEELER Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 3 if you have 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 3 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 1−2P 235 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 3 if you have 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 3 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 2−3P 206 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 3 if you have 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 3 on the AP Spanish language exam. Not for heritage speakers. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 8−9A 206 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 4 if you have more than 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 4 on the AP Spanish language exam. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 9−10A 279 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 4 if you have more than 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 4 on the AP Spanish language exam. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 11−12P 221 WHEELER Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 4 if you have more than 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 4 on the AP Spanish language exam. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 12−1P 206 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 4 if you have more than 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 4 on the AP Spanish language exam. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MTWTF 1−2P 279 DWINELLE Intermediate Spanish 5 THE STAFF 10 BY CATEGORY Note: EARLY DROP DEADLINE (END OF 2ND WEEK) APPLIES; Enroll in Spanish 4 if you have more than 4 years of high school Spanish or received a 4 on the AP Spanish language exam. Also: AMEAL GUERRA, A MWF 10−11A 234 DWINELLE Spanish for Bilingual Students, First Course 3 THE STAFF 1 BY CATEGORY Note: Also: VILLALBA, C MWF 10−11A 223 DWINELLE Spanish for Bilingual Students, Second Course 3 VILLALBA, C 1 BY CATEGORY 155 86172 86175 86178 P 24 P 24 P 25 001 SEM 002 SEM 001 LEC 86181 P 25 002 LEC 86184 P 25 003 LEC 86187 P 25 004 LEC 86190 P 25 005 LEC 86193 SEE DEPT 86205 86208 86211 86214 86217 86220 86223 86226 86229 86232 86235 86238 86241 86244 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 25 P 98 P 100 P 102A P 102A P 104A P 107A P P P P P 111A 135 135 135 135W 006 LEC 1−3 GRP 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC Th 11−12P 210 DWINELLE Freshman Seminars 1 THE STAFF TBA FR Tu 8−9A 225 DWINELLE Freshman Seminars 1: PF NAVARRETE, I E TBA FR MWF 8−9A 255 DWINELLE Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts 3 THE STAFF 4 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in Spanish 25 if you have received a 5 on the AP Spanish language exam. This course has a prerequisite of Spanish 4 or Spanish 22. It is required for anyone wishing to major or minor in Spanish, including heritage speakers. Also: DOUGHERTY, D MWF 9−10A 87 DWINELLE Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts 3 THE STAFF 16 Note: Enroll in Spanish 25 if you have received a 5 on the AP Spanish language exam. This course has a prerequisite of Spanish 4 or Spanish 22. It is required for anyone wishing to major or minor in Spanish, including heritage speakers. Also: DOUGHERTY, D MWF 10−11A 254 DWINELLE Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts 3 THE STAFF 1 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in Spanish 25 if you have received a 5 on the AP Spanish language exam. This course has a prerequisite of Spanish 4 or Spanish 22. It is required for anyone wishing to major or minor in Spanish, including heritage speakers. Also: DOUGHERTY, D MWF 11−12P 229 DWINELLE Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts 3 THE STAFF 2 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in Spanish 25 if you have received a 5 on the AP Spanish language exam. This course has a prerequisite of Spanish 4 or Spanish 22. It is required for anyone wishing to major or minor in Spanish, including heritage speakers. Also: DOUGHERTY, D MWF 12−1P 255 DWINELLE Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts 3 THE STAFF 18 BY CATEGORY Note: Enroll in Spanish 25 if you have received a 5 on the AP Spanish language exam. This course has a prerequisite of Spanish 4 or Spanish 22. It is required for anyone wishing to major or minor in Spanish, including heritage speakers. Also: DOUGHERTY, D MWF 1−2P 2062 VALLEY LSB Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts 3 12 TBA Directed Group Study 1−4 NONE MWF 12−1P MWF 9−10A MWF 11−12P MWF 12−1P MWF 9−10A MWF 1−2P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 11−12P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 11−1230P MWF 1−2P MWF 1−2P TuTh 930−11A 246 DWINELLE 242 DWINELLE 203 WHEELER 83 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE 263 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 79 DWINELLE 89 DWINELLE 234 DWINELLE 2066 VALLEY LSB 88 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE TBA TBA Introduction to Spanish Linguistics Advanced Grammar and Composition Advanced Grammar and Composition Survey of Spanish American Literature Survey of Spanish Literature Cervantes Studies in Hispanic Literature Studies in Hispanic Literature Studies in Hispanic Literature Studies in Hispanic Literature − Writing Intensive Studies in Hispanic Literature − Writing Intensive Spanish Phonetics and Phonology Cultural Studies Advanced Course in Hispanic Linguistics Supervised Group Study Supervised Independent Study and Research 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 1−4 1−4 AMEAL GUERRA, A BARILI, A R BARILI, A R TARICA, E C THE STAFF BERGMANN, E L THE STAFF DOUGHERTY, D NAVARRETE, I E IAROCCI, M TARICA, E C THE STAFF DEWULF, J AZEVEDO, M M 18 16 2 18 16 12 5 7 9 5 9 12 12 7 BY CATEGORY NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY Note: Participants must be currently enrolled UC Berkeley students (concurrent enrollment is okay if there is space); no auditors. Note: Spanish 102A requires the completion of Spanish 25, and either Spanish 4 or Spanish 22. Note: Spanish 102A requires the completion of Spanish 25, and either Spanish 4 or Spanish 22. Also: BRIZUELA, N Note: Also: NAVARRETE, I E BY CATEGORY BY CATEGORY P 135W 002 LEC P 161 P C178 P 179 P 198 P 199 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−3 GRP 1−2 IND BY CATEGORY Note: Cross−listed with African American Studies C178 section 1 and Dutch C178 section 1. PORTUGUESE Control Number 86603 86606 86609 Course Section Number P 11 P 24 P 101A 001 LEC 001 SEM 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 86612 P 101A 002 LEC 86615 P 101A 003 LEC MTWTF 12−1P 251 DWINELLE Elementary Portuguese 5 AZEVEDO, O 10 M 11−12P 186 BARROWS Freshman Seminar 1: PF MARTINHO, A TBA FR MWF 10−11A 83 DWINELLE Portuguese for Advanced Students 3 THE STAFF 10 Note: Prerequisites: Knowledge equivalent to two college years of another Romance language or consent of instructor. This is an introductory course for students with no previous study of Portuguese, designed to introduce the basics of the language, through readings in a variety of fields. Students must enroll concurrently in a section of 101B. The combination of 101A−101B constitutes an intensive introduction to Portuguese and prepares the student for further upper division language course work. MWF 11−12P 83 DWINELLE Portuguese for Advanced Students 3 THE STAFF 10 Note: Prerequisites: Knowledge equivalent to two college years of another Romance language or consent of instructor. This is an introductory course for students with no previous study of Portuguese, designed to introduce the basics of the language, through readings in a variety of fields. Students must enroll concurrently in a section of 101B. The combination of 101A−101B constitutes an intensive introduction to Portuguese and prepares the student for further upper division language course work. Also: DONOVAN, C F MWF 1−2P 255 DWINELLE Portuguese for Advanced Students 3 THE STAFF 10 Note: Prerequisites: Knowledge equivalent to two college years of another Romance language or consent of instructor. This is an introductory course for students with no previous study of Portuguese, designed to introduce the basics of the language, through readings in a variety of fields. Students must enroll concurrently in a section of 101B. The combination of 101A−101B constitutes an intensive introduction to Portuguese and prepares the student for further upper division language course work. Also: DONOVAN, C F 156 86618 P 101B 001 WOR 86621 P 101B 002 WOR 86624 P 101B 003 WOR 86627 86630 86633 86636 86639 86648 P P P P P 102 103 107B 112 135 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 IND TuTh 10−11A 243 DWINELLE Portuguese for Advanced Students: Workshop 2 THE STAFF 19 Note: Portuguese 101B is a language skills workshop designed to complement 101A; enrollment must be concurrent with that course. There is an emphasis on understanding, speaking, and writing Portuguese. Also: DONOVAN, C F TuTh 11−12P 242 DWINELLE Portuguese for Advanced Students: Workshop 2 THE STAFF 9 BY CATEGORY Note: Portuguese 101B is a language skills workshop designed to complement 101A; enrollment must be concurrent with that course. There is an emphasis on understanding, speaking, and writing Portuguese. Also: DONOVAN, C F TuTh 1−2P 251 DWINELLE Portuguese for Advanced Students: Workshop 2 THE STAFF 17 Note: Portuguese 101B is a language skills workshop designed to complement 101A; enrollment must be concurrent with that course. There is an emphasis on understanding, speaking, and writing Portuguese. Also: DONOVAN, C F MWF 12−1P 234 DWINELLE Readings in Portuguese 3 DONOVAN, C F 18 BY CATEGORY MWF 1−2P 83 DWINELLE Advanced Grammar and Composition 3 DONOVAN, C F 12 TuTh 1230−2P 255 DWINELLE Survey of Portuguese Literature 3 AZEVEDO, O 17 TuTh 11−1230P 89 DWINELLE Portuguese Civilization 3 MARTINHO, A 9 TuTh 2−330P 258 DWINELLE Studies in Luso−Brazilian Literature 2−3 MARTINHO, A 5 Note: Also: W 2−3P, 254 DWINELLE Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3: PF MARTINHO, A NONE FR JR, SR P 199 INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES OF AMERICAS Control Number 87203 Course Section Number P 101 001 LEC Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Indigenous Languages of the Americas: Conversation ... 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Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... 4 7 4 1 4 PURVES, R 2 157 87399 87402 87405 87408 87411 87414 87417 87420 87423 87426 87429 87432 87435 87438 87441 87444 87447 87450 87453 87455 87456 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 P 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 S 21 P 39D P 98 103 LAB 104 LAB 105 LAB 106 LAB 107 LAB 108 LAB 109 LAB 110 LAB 111 LAB 112 LAB 113 LAB 114 LAB 115 LAB 116 LAB 002 LEC 201 LAB 202 LAB 203 LAB 204 LAB 001 SEM 001 GRP M 10−11A M 12−1P 87471 87474 87477 87480 87483 87486 87489 87492 87495 87498 87501 87504 87507 87510 87513 87516 87519 87521 87522 87525 87528 87531 87534 P 131A S 131A S 131A P 131A S 131A S 131A P S S S P P P P S S P S P S S P P 133 133 133 133 134 134 134 135 135 135 151A 151A 153 153 153 155 157 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 002 LEC 201 LAB 202 LAB 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 103 LAB 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 101 DIS 001 LEC 101 LAB 102 LAB 001 LEC 001 SEM Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... M 1−2P 340 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... M 1−2P 334 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... M 2−3P 334 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... M 2−3P 340 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 9−10A 334 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 10−11A 334 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 10−11A 330 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 12−1P 332 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 9−10A 344 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 10−11A 344 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 1−2P 330 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 2−3P 330 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... TuTh 11−1230P 50 BIRGE Introductory Probability and Statistics for 4 STARK, P 9 Busines... W 11−12P 330 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 12−1P 330 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 2−3P 330 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... W 3−4P 330 EVANS Introductory Probability and Statistics for Busines... TuTh 330−5P Freshman/Sophomore Seminar 2−4 NOLAN, D A TBA W 11−12P 1011 EVANS Directed Group Study 2: PF CRAWFORD, N NONE Note: "VIGRE Seminar" − The purpose of this seminar series is to give students a view of career possibilities in statistics, including research areas and areas of application in academia, government, and the private sector. TuTh 11−1230P 3108 ETCHEVERRY Statistical Inferences for Social and Life 4 9 Scientis... MW 12−1P 334 EVANS Statistical Inferences for Social and Life Scientis... MW 9−10A 332 EVANS Statistical Inferences for Social and Life Scientis... TuTh 2−330P 3108 ETCHEVERRY Statistical Inferences for Social and Life 4 5 Scientis... MW 11−12P 330 EVANS Statistical Inferences for Social and Life Scientis... MW 12−1P 330 EVANS Statistical Inferences for Social and Life Scientis... MWF 1−2P 180 TAN Concepts in Computing with Data 3 12 F 9−10A 342 EVANS Concepts in Computing with Data F 10−11A 342 EVANS Concepts in Computing with Data F 11−12P 342 EVANS Concepts in Computing with Data TuTh 2−330P 60 EVANS Concepts of Probability 3 5 MWF 10−11A 213 WHEELER Concepts of Probability 3 1 TuTh 1230−2P 332 EVANS Concepts of Probability 3 17 TuTh 2−330P 150 GSPP Concepts of Statistics 4 5 W 9−11A 334 EVANS Concepts of Statistics W 12−2P 334 EVANS Concepts of Statistics TuTh 930−11A 3111 ETCHEVERRY Linear Modelling: Theory and Applications 4 7 Th 2−4P 334 EVANS Linear Modelling: Theory and Applications TuTh 1230−2P 310 HEARST MIN Introduction to Time Series 4 17 W 2−4P 332 EVANS Introduction to Time Series CANCELLED Introduction to Time Series TuTh 11−1230P 332 EVANS Game Theory 3 9 TuTh 5−630P 110 WHEELER Seminar on Topics in Probability and Statistics 3 14 344 EVANS 330 EVANS 158 SEE DEPT P H195 P 198 1−2 IND 001 GRP TBA Special Study for Honors Candidates 1−4 NONE SEE DEPT P 199 1−3 IND W 11−12P 1011 EVANS Directed Study for Undergraduates 1−3: PF NONE JR, SR Note: "VIGRE Seminar" − The purpose of this seminar series is to give students a view of career possibilities in statistics, including research areas and areas of application in academia, government, and the private sector. TBA Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−3 NONE JR, SR THEATER, DANCE, AND PERFORMANCE ST Control Number 88003 88006 88009 88012 88015 88018 88021 88024 SEE DEPT Course Section Number P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1A P R1B P 10 001 LEC 002 LEC 003 LEC 004 LEC 005 LEC 006 LEC 007 LEC 001 LEC 001 STD Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 5 9 7 17 13 9 20 13 NONE TuTh 2−330P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 930−11A TuTh 1230−2P 235 DWINELLE 156 DWINELLE 215 DWINELLE 103 WHEELER CANCELLED Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Dramatic Literature Introduction to Acting STEEN, S STEEN, S STEEN, S STEEN, S STEEN, S STEEN, S STEEN, S STEEN, S BERMAN, M S Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: KOKONTIS, K Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: DUFFLY, C M Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: WOOLF, B M Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: SIZEMORE−BARBER, A Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 330−5P MW 4−530P MWF 9−11A 109 WHEELER 283 DWINELLE 206 DWINELLE DURHAM THTRE Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: PLATA, G Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: MCIVOR, C A Note: SATISFIES READING AND COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT; Also: BAYRAKTAR, N SEE DEPT P 10 002 STD Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 10 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 9 a.m. − 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. − 5 p.m. in Durham Studio Theatre, Wednesday, August 26. Audition requirement: a one−minute speech from a play or film script or a selection of prose; memorization strongly encouraged. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. Also: RAFFERTY, K A MWF 10−12P 317 ZELLERBACH Introduction to Acting 3 BERMAN, M S NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 10 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 9 a.m. − 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. − 5 p.m. in Durham Studio Theatre, Wednesday, August 26. Audition requirement: a one−minute speech from a play or film script or a selection of prose; memorization strongly encouraged. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. Also: FISEK, E MWF 12−2P 317 ZELLERBACH Introduction to Acting 3 BERMAN, M S NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 10 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 9 a.m. − 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. − 5 p.m. in Durham Studio Theatre, Wednesday, August 26. Audition requirement: a one−minute speech from a play or film script or a selection of prose; memorization strongly encouraged. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. Also: BOUCAI, M MWF 2−4P 7 ZELLERBACH Introduction to Acting 3 HEROLD, C T NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 10 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 9 a.m. − 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. − 5 p.m. in Durham Studio Theatre, Wednesday, August 26. Audition requirement: a one−minute speech from a play or film script or a selection of prose; memorization strongly encouraged. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. MWF 2−4P 413 ZELLERBACH Scene Study and Characterization 3 BERMAN, M S NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 11 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 12:00 p.m. − 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, August 26, 2009 in 7 Zellerbach Hall. Audition requirement: a one−minute monologue from a play which must be memorized. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. No one will be considered without an audition. Also: WALLIN, S MWF 10−12P 7 ZELLERBACH Scene Study and Characterization 3 HEROLD, C T NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 11 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 12:00 p.m. − 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, August 26, 2009 in 7 Zellerbach Hall. Audition requirement: a one−minute monologue from a SEE DEPT P 10 003 STD SEE DEPT P 10 004 STD SEE DEPT P 11 001 SES SEE DEPT P 11 002 SES 159 SEE DEPT P 11 003 SES play which must be memorized. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. No one will be considered without an audition. CANCELLED Scene Study and Characterization 3 BERMAN, M S NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 11 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 12:00 p.m. − 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, August 26, 2009 in Zellerbach Hall. Audition requirement: a one−minute monologue from a play which must be momorized. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. No one will be considered without an audition. M 2−4P 8 ZELLERBACH Freshman Seminar 1: PF OGDEN, D H TBA FR Note: "Documentary Playmaking: School Integration, Little Rock, 1957−58" TuTh 1230−2P 110 BARROWS Introduction to Performance Studies 4 STEEN, S 17 BY CATEGORY Th 3−4P 205 DWINELLE Introduction to Performance Studies BARON, M R Th 4−5P 205 DWINELLE Introduction to Performance Studies BARON, M R MWF 3−5P 10 2401BANCROFT Beginning Modern Dance Technique 2 WYMORE, E A 8 Note: Theater 40A requires an audition. All dance students are encouraged to enroll through Tele−BEARS and must attend the first day of class which is the audition and is held during each class' regular time. Students will be advised at the end of the class if they have been admitted. If they are admitted and have not pre−enrolled through Tele−BEARS, it is the student's responsibility to add the course. Anyone not admitted must drop through Tele−BEARS. NO ONE will be admitted into this course without the preliminary audition. TuTh 1230−2P 3 LECONTE Reflections of Gender, Culture, and Ethnicity in 3 JOHNSON, J L 17 Am... Note: SATISFIES AMERICAN CULTURES REQUIREMENT; MW 12−1P PLAYHOUSE TBA TBA TuTh 930−1230P 413 ZELLERBACH Stagecraft Directed Group Study Independent Study Intermediate Acting 3 1 1−5 3 BERMAN, M S KILLION, C D 18 NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE 88048 88051 88054 88057 88060 P 24 P S S P 26 26 26 40A 001 SEM 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 001 STD 88063 P 52AC 001 LEC 88066 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 60 P 98 P 99 P 110A 001 LEC 1−5 GRP 1−2 IND 001 STD SEE DEPT P 110A 002 STD Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 110A through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 9:30 a.m. − 12:30 p.m., Thursday, August 27, 2009, 7 Zellerbach Hall. Audition requirement: a one−minute monologue from a play which must be memorized. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. No one will be considered without an audition. TuTh 930−1230P 7 ZELLERBACH Intermediate Acting 3 SUSSEL, D NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 110A through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 9:30 a.m. − 12:30 p.m., Thursday, August 27, 2009, 7 Zellerbach Hall. Audition requirement: a one−minute monologue from a play which must be memorized. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. No one will be considered without an audition. TuTh 930−1230P DURHAM THTRE Advanced Acting 3 DOLAS, L NONE Note: You will not be able to enroll in Theater 111 through Tele−BEARS before the beginning of the semester. You must reserve a time for an audition during the first week of class for admission. The audition sign−up sheets will be posted in the hallway of 101 Dwinelle Annex on August 1. Audition Times: 10 a.m. − 12 p.m., Thursday, August 28, Durham Studio Theatre. Audition requirement: a one−minute monologue from a play which must be memorized. If you are accepted into the course, the instructor will give you a course control number on the first day that your class meets. No one will be considered without an audition. UNSCHED NOFACILITY Performance Workshop 3 THE STAFF 16 Note: "Viewpoints: Ensemble Performance" SEE DEPT P 111 001 STD SEE DEPT 88102 88105 88108 88110 88111 P 114 001 SES P 119 P 122 P 125 P 126 P 141A 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 STD TuTh 1230−2P TuTh 2−330P TuTh 330−5P MW 4−530P 122 WHEELER 182 DWINELLE 130 WHEELER 123 WHEELER Performance Theory African Theater and Performance Performance and History Performance Literatures 4 4 4 4 DE KOSNIK, A T COLE, C M JOHNSON, J L MUZA, A 17 5 20 13 Note: "Performance and Technology" Note: "Tyranny, Sex and the Dancing Body: Ballet from the Renaissance through the Nineteenth Century" Note: "Russian Drama: Text &Performance" MWF 1−3P 10 2401BANCROFT Intermediate Modern Dance Technique 2 THE STAFF 12 Note: Theater 141A requires an audition. All dance students are encouraged to enroll through Tele−BEARS and must attend the first day of class which is the audition and is held during each class' regular time. Students will be advised at the end of the class if they have been admitted. If they are admitted and have not pre−enrolled through Tele−BEARS, it is the student's responsibility to add the course. Anyone not admitted must drop through Tele−BEARS. NO ONE will be admitted into this course without the preliminary audition. MWF 9−11A 10 2401BANCROFT Modern Dance Technique Advanced 1 2 THE STAFF 16 Note: Theater 142A requires an audition. All dance students are encouraged to enroll through Tele−BEARS and must attend the first day of class which is the audition and is held during each class' regular time. Students will be advised at the end of the class if they have been admitted. If they are admitted and have not pre−enrolled through Tele−BEARS, it is the student's responsibility to add the course. Anyone not admitted must drop through Tele−BEARS. NO ONE will be admitted into this course without the preliminary audition. MTWTF 11−1230P 10 2401BANCROFT Modern Dance Technique Advanced II 2 THE STAFF 14 Note: Theater 143A requires an audition. All dance students are encouraged to enroll through Tele−BEARS and must attend the first day of class which is the audition and is held during each class' regular time. Students will be advised at the end of the class if they have been admitted. If they are admitted and have not pre−enrolled through Tele−BEARS, it is the student's responsibility to add the course. Anyone not admitted must drop through Tele−BEARS. NO ONE will be admitted into this course without the preliminary audition. TuTh 9−11A 10 2401BANCROFT Sources of Movement 3 HACKNEY, P NONE TuTh 3−6P 10 2401BANCROFT Choreography 1−3 GOODE, J A 20 TuTh 1−3P 7 ZELLERBACH Fundamentals of Stage Directing 3 GLAZER, P NONE TuTh 5−7P 88 DWINELLE Special Topics: Theater Arts 1−4 MANSFIELD, M R 14 88114 P 142A 001 STD 88117 P 143A 001 STD 88120 88123 SEE DEPT 88129 P 144 P 146B P 162 P 166 001 LEC 001 STD 001 LEC 001 LEC Note: "Interactive Theater: Acting for Social Change" 160 88132 SEE DEPT 88138 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT 88165 SEE DEPT 88171 88174 88177 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 166 P 166 002 LEC 003 LEC MW 11−1P CANCELLED 413 ZELLERBACH Special Topics: Theater Arts Special Topics: Theater Arts 1−4 1−4 MUZA, A BRAUN, N TBA 2 Note: "The Performing Arts of Russia and Eastern Europe" Note: "Video Production for Performance" P 166 P 167 P 168 P 169 P 170 P 171 P 172 P 172 P P P P 173A 174A 175A 176 004 LEC 001 LAB 001 LAB 001 LAB 001 LAB 1−4 WOR 001 LEC 002 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 001 LEC 1−2 STD 1−2 STD 1−3 STD MW 930−11A CANCELLED UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY UNSCHED NOFACILITY TBA 126 DWINELLE AN UNSCHED NOFACILITY D37 HEARST ANNEX 8 ZELLERBACH 130 ZELLERBACH UNSCHED NOFACILITY TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA UNSCHED NOFACILITY TBA TBA Special Topics: Theater Arts Technical Theater: Performance Practice Technical Theater: Shop Practice Advanced Technical Theater Practice Theatre Laboratory Theatre Performance Advanced Production Study Advanced Production Study Scenography: Scenic Design for the Theatre Scenography: Costume Design for the Theatre Scenography: Lighting Design for the Theatre Applied Theatrical Design Supervised Theatrical Design Theatrical Realization of Dance Theatrical Realization of Dramatic Texts Honors Course Honors Course University Theatre Workshop Field Studies in Technical Theatre Directed Group Study for Undergraduates Supervised Independent Study and Research 1−4 1−3 1−3 1−3 WYMORE, E A MATTSON, K MATTSON, K MATTSON, K 12 TBA TBA TBA NONE NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN MATTSON, K MATTSON, K THE STAFF THE STAFF ELLIOTT, D K ELLIOTT, D K 13 TBA 19 9 9 NONE NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TBA CURRENTLY NOT OPEN Note: "Movement Fundamentals for Performers utilizing the Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis System" 1−3: PF MATTSON, K 1 4 4−6 3 3 4 1−3 1−3 1−3 1 4 4 4 1−4: PF THE STAFF .5−5 1−3 TuTh 10−12P TuTh 11−1230P TuTh 11−1230P P 179 P 180 P 181 P H195A 1−4 IND P H195B 1−2 IND P 196 P 197 P 198 P 199 1−2 STD 001 FLD 1−5 GRP 1−7 IND NONE JR, SR NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE JR, SR ; CURRENTLY NOT OPEN UNDERGRAD INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Control Number 89003 89006 89009 89012 89015 89018 89021 89024 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT Course Section Number P C12 S S S S S S P P C12 C12 C12 C12 C12 C12 110 192A 001 LEC 101 DIS 102 DIS 103 DIS 104 DIS 105 DIS 106 DIS 001 LEC 134 TUT Day−Hour Room Course Title Unit Credit 4 Instructor Exam Restrictions Group 17 TuTh 1230−2P Tu 4−530P F 4−530P Th 2−330P F 4−530P Th 4−530P Tu 2−330P Tu 4−7P 100 GPB 87 DWINELLE 254 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 179 DWINELLE 87 DWINELLE 183 DWINELLE 310 HEARST MIN TBA Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Environmental Studies Introduction to Disability Studies Humanities SPOSITO, G Note: Cross−listed with English C77 section 1 and Environ Sci, Policy, and Management C12 section 1. 3 1−4 SAXTON, M 20 CURRENTLY NOT OPEN NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For the course control number to enroll for units in the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP), contact Stefanie Ebeling, (510)643−5376, in 301 Campbell Hall. P 192B 1−99 TUT TBA Social Sciences 1−4 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For the course control number to enroll for units in the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP), contact Stefanie Ebeling, (510)643−5376, in 301 Campbell Hall. 161 SEE DEPT SEE DEPT SEE DEPT P 192C 1−78 TUT TBA Biological Sciences 1−4 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For the course control number to enroll for units in the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP), contact Stefanie Ebeling, (510)643−5376, in 301 Campbell Hall. P 192D 1−36 TUT TBA Physical Sciences 1−4 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For the course control number to enroll for units in the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP), contact Stefanie Ebeling, (510)643−5376, in 301 Campbell Hall. P 192E 1−45 TUT TBA Interdisciplinary Studies 1−4 NONE CLASS ENTRY CODE REQ Note: For the course control number to enroll for units in the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP), contact Stefanie Ebeling, (510)643−5376, in 301 Campbell Hall. Total: 5468 © 2003, 2009, The Regents of the University of California. All Rights Reserved. 162 ...
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