Fountainhead, February 22, 1979






Circulation 10,000
Carolina University
North
22 February 1979

AOUR FEES AT WOW
Gay Community gets money

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By ROBERT SWAIM
Advertising Manager
At last night's meeting of the Student
Government Association (SGA), Dorothy Homer,
chairman of the appropriations committee introduced
a bill to appropriate $250 to the East Carolina Gay
Community.
The bill reads as follows: The East Carolina Gay
Community is sponsoring a seminar and program in
conjunction with the ECU Counseling Center. This
seminar will be conducted by the Rev. and Mrs.
Claude C. Andrews of Creative Living Associates
and will last two days. The professional fee for the
Andrews will total $175; costs of materials and
supplies for the two day session will run $75. A
followup program and evaluation is included in
these costs. The students that receive this training
will staff the peer counseling office in the ECU
Counseling Center.
Horner said that she feels any group of this
sort, just as a marriage counseling group, should
have the opportunity to be trained to have a staff
for the ECU Counseling Center.
Horner added that the Counseling center should
have some responsibility in handling such matters.
"I submitted the bill as a responsibility of being
on the appropriation committee, that was my job
said Horner. "All people have the right to be heard
by the legislature
Chad Hughes, a proponent of the bill, said in a
telephone interview that the counseling center is
firmly committed to the proposal for peer group
counseling for gays.
"Dr. Ryan and Dr. Weigand have offered us
office space and they are behind us because we as
gay students are more able to deal with the
problems of other gays
Hughes said that peer counseling is being set up
so that gays who come to the counseling center can
be referred to the peer counseling unit where
trained students will be able to helo them.
"With this money and the help of the Andrews
we will be able to set up the peer counseling office
possibly after Spring break said Hughes. "Our
services at peer counseling will be subject to the
same confidential restrictions and safeguards as any
other counseling service
SGA President Tommy Joe Payne addressed the
legislature during questions and privileges on the
recent move by the board of trustee- to allocate
$8.50 per year of the student activity fee to
athletics.
Payne said that the $8.50 ($4.25 per semester),
which totals about $91,000 per year, was coming
from an old escrow account that had been used to
retire the bonds on Wright Annex.
Payne also announced that work to complete the
partially finished soda shop across from the book
store would begin in March.
Day Legislator Steve Walters also spoke during
questions and privileges concerning the need to set
guidlines for future appropriations and was also
critical of the legislature for alleged mistreatment of
two student groups that came before the legislature
last week to request funds.
Walters argued that whether or not the
legislature agreed with the requests of ROTC and
the Medical Technology club these groups have the
right to be heard.
"We snubbed them said Waiters.
'There are some people on this campus who sav
that SGA doesn't care about the students; last week
ya'll proved to me that they might be right said
Walters.
Walters encouraged the legislature to set
guidelines and requirements for clubs to meet when
requesting money from SGA.
"We don't want them just to come over with
their hand out said Walters. "How much a group
gets should depend on: 1) How long the have
been at ECU; 2) How many members the have 3)
How much money they raise on their own
In new business Charlie S her rod, day legislator
moved to "repass" the $3,000 appropriation to an
escrow account to be used toward the purchase ol a
new bu
The bill was passed several weeks ago and was
sent to the president for his signature.
President Payne did not sign the bill and
therefore it did not take effect.
Sherrod argued that to buy buses money would
have to come from somewhere and that the
appropriation would be a good start.
After lengthy debate the bill was passed and will
be sent to Payne again lor his signature.
SGA Elections Chairman Jeff Williams said that
he ha picked two .lays for the Spring election but
he added that he was not sure whether there would
be enough money to keep the polls open tor two
days.
Student Union books Outlaws,
Molly Hatchet for concert
H kKK WKNDT
Staff Writer
� arles Sune, chair-
the Ma
Vttractions Committee
announced yesterda
ert featuring
The Outlays with
ial guest "Molly
Had be held
on Thursday. Mar. 22,
at Minges Coliseum.
As of press time,
this will be their only
scheduled concert
appearance in North
Carolina. Tickets will be
$4 in advance for ECU
students, and 86 at the
door and to the general
public. The two groups
have so tar been well
received on their tour.
Their first three concert
stops were sold out.
Both groups are best
known for their
"country rock" accord-
ing to Sune.
The Outlaws are a
southern band, based in
Tampa, Florida. Th1
What's inside
Service sororitv hopes to bake its
into the record books with a
doughnut . . . See p. 3.
custom ol exchanging checks
en banks has laded in the wake
omputer . . . See p. 3.
Christopher Parkening amazed his
audience . . . See p. 5.
Mike Cross will make his ECU
debut Monda) in Hendrix Theatre . .
See p. 5.
ECl journeys to Notre Dame in
the last game ol the season . . .
MIKE CROSS, see p. 5
group performs in the
same style as Lynard
Skynard and in fact
thev were the first
J
group that they toured
with. It was "Skynards"
Ronnie Van Sant who
recommended that
Arista records sign on
the group. Their first
album, "Outlaws" is
now gold, with such
songs as chart single
"There Goes Another
Love Song and
"Green Grass and High
Tides
"The Outlaws" have
toured with "The Who"
in Europe, and have
been an opening act
with "The Rolling
Stones" in teh U.S.
Two other albums
have been released
since then, "Lady in
Waiting" and "Hurry
Sundown Their newest
album is "Bring 'Em
Back Alive their first
live album which was
recorded from Septem-
ber through November
of 1977, in cities such
as Chicago, San Diego,
and Los Angeles. It is
dedicated to "the
Lynard Skynard band
and crew The group
still does about 200 live
dates a year.
"Molly Hatchet
also a southern group,
got their name from a
notorious lady who liked
to decapitate her lovers.
They are based in
Jacksonville, Florida.
Their manager, Pat
Armstrong, formerly the
manager of Lynard Sky-
nard, feels that the
group could "fill the
void left by Lynard
Skynard according to
a news release. The
group signed with Epic
records at the end of
1977.
The group claims to
nave been influenced by
groups like Z.Z. Top
Aerosmith, and Jeff
Beck.
Tickets for the con-
cert will go on sale
Monday, March 12 at
the ticket office at
Mendenhall Student
center.
THE OUTLAWS WILL appear with K,x�ial guest Mollv Hatchet.
It was good that there mns nn loss of lift
Chemical fire points the need for ECU plan
By MARC BARNES
News Editor
People in the Greenville area are still rehashing
the events of the evacuation that took place early
Monday morning when a chemical plant owned by
the Coastal Chemical Company caught fire during
the predawn hours.
Approximately 1,000 persons were hurriedly called
from their homes, and eventually ended up in
several hastily supplied evacuation centers.
Millie McGrath, a member of the City Council
was one of those evacuated. "For the first time to
have to put a plan like this into effect, it went
fine McGrath said. She added, "It is good that
Greenville had a chance to try to plan without loss
of life.
McGrath stated that she felt that Bobby Joyner,
who is the county fire marshal, as well as the head
of the Civil Defense Emergency Preparedness
program, was hampered in his efforts, in that he
had to coordinate events at the fire scene, while at
the same time directing evacuation efforts.
"I believe that Bobby Joyner is a fine fire
marshal, and a fine director of Civil Defense
McGrath noted. She said that she felt that some
restructuring needed to be done, so that Joyner
would not have to handle both tasks in an actual
emergency situation.
McGrath, who has Deen criticized for her
remarks about Joyner, said that she felt that he had
done a good job, in spite of having to perform two
separate functions at the same time. "I was not
being critical of Joyner McGrath remarked.
McGrath said, however, that she felt that there
were several problems in the course of the
evacuation.
? Communication lines should have been open.
WNCT-T.V. did not go on the air on time the
morning of the evacuation, and thus could not warn
people the way it should have.
? The new walkie-talkies, which were being carried
by some of the volunteer firemen, did not have
access to the county channels. McGrath said that
she understands that this problem is being
corrected.
? An all clear signal, originating from Craven
County, did not specifically name the places that
were safe to return to. Many Pitt County residents,
McGrath said, went home too soon, by mistake.
? The principal of Rose High School did not known
until 8:15 a.m. that his school was being used as
an evacuation holding place.
? The last and perhaps the most disturbing mistake,
concerns the fact that no one in the evacuation
effort apparently knew of a plan to evacuate ECU.
According to several sources, the winds were
blowing the chemical laced smoke to the south Had
the winds suddenly shifted to the north, the city of
Greenvilleand the campus of ECUcould have been
in danger.
Director of Security Joseph Calder said that he
knew of no plan that the Civil Defense had for
evacuating the campus. When the fire occurred,
Calder said, "You had a few individuals in town
who recognized the problem, and dug in and did
something about it He cited the example of Millie
McGrath as being an example of one person who
was instrumental in getting things done that needed
to be done.
Calder said that he was considering what he
would do if the call came that said that the campus
had to be evacuated. "I monitored the situation
very closely Calder said. He added, "1 went up
to the top of Ficklen Stadium to watch the fire,
about every half hour or 45 minutes
Calder, who has some past experience as a
volunteer fireman, said that he remembered a tire
about ten years ago. which burned for three dav.
He said that the chemical-related lire resembled this
one, and he added that he was more concerned
with having to evacuate students on Tuesda or
Wednesday, had the fire remained active, and had
the winds shifted to the north.
Calder said that school vehicles, as well as
private cars, would have been pressed into service
il an evacuation was necessarv.
Chancellor Thomas Brewer said that the
university needs to have a plan for evacuation
ready, in case a similar situation should arise
This has been made more apparent to us that we
need to have a plan. He added, "We'll have to
work it out with the Civil Defense people. Whatever
we do would have to be a part of the overall
Greenville plan for evacuations
McGrath seemed to sum up the feelings of manv
of those evacuated. "It was a dav that was
valuable she said. She added, "It was great to
see so many people pulling together the wav they
were. I feel good about the whole dav
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Applications are now
being accepted for
membership to each
Student Union Commit-
tee for the 1979-80
school year. If you want
to become involved with
East Carolina entertain
ment next year fill oui
an application.
Applications are
available at the Infor-
mation Desk Menden-
hall Student Center.
The last day for appli-
cations is Mon Feb.
26 at 5 p.m.
Russian
The time for pro-
stration is here. It
is ihf time for big
sions such as whe-
not to enroll
first Russian
lit' offered fall
MWF at 10
tier or
i the
irse to
semester,
ck.
Russian is a lan-
ige with a very
-mipie and logieal struc-
ture. Its alphabet can
be mastered after a few
lessons. From then on
reading and writing
Russian i no problemm
at all.
The rest can come
just a easily if the
-indent is willing to
inmost a fair amount of
time in learning the
principles of the Rus-
sian grammar and a
realistic amount of
vocabulary. In the third
and fourth course
semester of Russian a
�serious student is re-
warded for his endea-
vor- b) being initiated
into the magnificiant
rid of Russian litera-
ture which he can read 1
in the original.
"Russian Literature
Century is
i.e. taught
(Russian
also be
the fall,
1 F at 9 o'clock. This
i ourse satisfies the
Humanities requirement
or it may be taken as
an electi
the 19th
Translation
in English
Oi. will
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in
REBEL
The following people
have checks in the
Rebel office:
Kim Shipley, Jo
Ellen Rivenbark, Diane
Nelrns, Karen Blans-
field, Monty Barnham,
Michael Parker, Greg
Schroder, Toni Harris,
Jeff Rollins, Karen
Brock, Nancy Moore,
Denise Andrews, Ricky
Lowe, and Randv Stalls.
Please pick them up
between 3 and 5 p.m.
Monday-Friday.
Games
All persons interes-
ted in playing Backgam-
mon are invited to meet
each Monday at 7 p.m.
in the table games area
of Mendenhall Student
Center. Bring your set
and join in the competi-
tion.
AED
During the week of
pre-registration, Alpha
Epsilon Delta, pre-
medical society, will
sponsor a pre-medical
Student Advisory com-
mittee in the Chemistry
Reading Room of Flan-
agan Bldg. Students
with questions about
course loads, courses
available, and advice in
general are urged to
take advantage of this
opportunity.
Hours are Monday
9-12 a.m. and 2-4 p.m
Tuesday 10-11 a.m. and
1-3 p.m Wednesday
8-9 a.m 12-1 p.m
and 3-4 p.m and
Thursday 10-11 a.m.
and 1-3 p.m. Also, AED
will hold its regular
meeting Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 27 at 7:30 in
Flanagan 307 with Dr.
Fleming, M.D. lecturing
on sex behavior and
concluding with a rap
ession on sex.
Chi Beta
There will be a Chi
Beta Phi Science Fra-
ternity meeting at 7:30
p.m. this Thurs Feb.
22, in Room N 102 of
the Biology Building.
Skills
A non-credit, Study
Skills class will be
conducted by Dr. Wei-
gand .beginning Feb. 26,
1979. There will be two
groups. One will meet
on Monday and Wed-
nesday at 2 p.m. in
Room' 305 Wright
Annex and the other
group will meet on
Tuesday and Thursday
at 1 p.m. in Room 305
Wright Anhex.
The class is available
to all � stuAjnts. Atten-
dance is voluntaryno
formal registration is
required. Students who
are unable to make
these times may come
by the Counseling Cen-
ter and schedule indivi-
dual appointments.
Chess
The ECU Chess Club
is open to anyone who
is interested in playing
chess. Meetings are
held every Monday at 7
p.m. in the Coffee-
house, room 15, Men-
denhall.
Undergraduate
Graduate
Students
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& whpvfh n 9t
WESTERN MUTUAL UF1
MS. CO. tor an
752-4060
Bash
The Alpha Sigma
Phi Sorority is .sponsor-
ing a Spring Break
Bash Tues. night, Feb.
27, from 8:30 to 12:30
p.m. and there will be
a live D.J. and disco,
admission is 50 cents.
Happy hour prices will
run all night. There will
also be free pinball and
footsball. Contests
include pinball and
footsball tournaments, a
Steve Martin Look and
Act Alike contest, plus
a Co-ed sack roll. Prizes
will be given away and
The Best of Saturday
Might Live can be seen
on a 7 foot TV screen.
So come on down and
blow it out before
spring break.
Who's who
Recipiants of Who's
Who may pick up their
certificates in the office
of the Dean of Student
Affairs, 204 Whichard
building.
Prayer
Baptist
S. Elm
Immanuel
Church, 1101
St will join world-wide
worship services as part
of World Day of Prayer,
Fri March 2, from 11
a.m. to noon.
Ed Walker will
speak on "Spiritual
Growth A nursery will
be provided, and
public is invited
attend.
the
to
SGA
Spring elections will
be held March 27-28 for
SGA executive offices.
Filing dates for candi-
dacy are Feb. 19-March
2. All persons interested
are encouraged to apply
at the SGA office in
Mendenhall Student
center between 10 a.m
5 p.m during the
previously mentioned
Supper
Boy Scout Troop 340
will hold its annual
Pancake and Sausage
Supper on Fri Feb. 23
from 5-7:30 p.m. to
raise money for troop
equipment and
expenses.
The supper will be
held at St. James
United Methodist
Church, 2000 E. 6th
St Greenville.
Tickets are $1.75 for
adults and Si.25 for
children under 10, and
may be purchased from
any troop member, or
at the door.
Lecture
On Tues Feb. 27,
the Sociology-Anthropo-
logy Club will sponsor a
pre-registration social in
BD-302 & BD 303 at
6:30 p.m. Invitation to
those interested in
majoring or minoring in
sociology or anthropo-
logy, or, for those who
are already within the
department. Refresh-
ments and informal dis-
cussion, along
course information
pre-registration
summer sessions
fall, 1979 semester.
I.N.D.T.
The I.N.D.T. Club
will sponsor a tune-up
Clinic on Feb. 27, 28 &
March 1. The cost is
$10, plus parts.
A Sunn Engine
Analyser will be used to 4
check your car. For
and
David
Barbe at 758-6605.
Smoker
Phi Sigma Pi will
have its spring smoker
Thurs Feb. 22, in the
Mendenhall Multipur-
pose RoomThe smoker
will start at 6 p.m but
all brothers are urged
to come at 5 p.m.
proper dress is requir-
ed.
Crafts
Art
with
and
for
and
February is Peace
Corps Month and in
conjunction with this the
Peace Corps office at
ECU has a display of
African art, jewelry, and
masks in the glass
cases in Joyner Library.
The public is invited
to come by and see
some original African
art. Over 6,000 Peace
Corps volunteers are
serving in over 60
countries the world over
helping people meet
their basic needs.
Prayer
further details
appointments, call
Corso
The next meeting of
Corso will be Thurs
Feb. 22, at 4 p.m. in
Belk 101-A.
Corso is an organiza-
tion open to anyone
interested in social work
or correctional services.
This is the first meeting
since elections.
There will be an all
campus prayer breakfast
Sat Feb. 24, at
Shoney's on Greenville
Boulevard.
Wayne West is the
speaker and there fcwill
be singing.
For rides or informa-
tion, contact David at
756-9608 or Mark at
7524)270 or Wanda at
758-B665.
Omicron
Delta
Omicron Delta Epsi-
lon will hold a dinner
meeting at 6 p.m. on
Tues Feb. 27, at
Western Sizzlin Steak
House. All members are
requested to attend.
Each person should
bring $2.75 to cover the
anal nf th� mpal
Workshops in Pot-
tery, Floor Loom Weav-
ing, Woodworking, Lea-
ther Craft, Enameled
Mirrors, Printmaking,
Kite Making, and Con-
temporary Basketry are
now available at the
Crafts Center at Men-
denhall Student Center.
All full-time stu-
dents, student spouses,
and staff and faculty
Mendenhall Student
Center members are
eligible to join the
Crafts Center. A semes-
ter membership costs
$10. and includes work-
shops, tool check-out,
use of library materials,
and aid of experienced
supervisors. Personal
supplies and supplies
furnished by the Crafts
Center must be pur-
chased by the partici-
pant.
Crafts Center mem-
berships are available
during regular operating
hours, 3 p.m. until 10
p.m Monday through
Friday, and 10 a.m.
until 3 p.m Saturday.
The last day to
register for these work-
shops is Sat March 3.
Persons must register at
the Crafts Center and
class space is limited.
No refunds will be
made after the work-
shop registration dead-
line.
Tutoring
If you have or will
declare a major in a
health related field
(including medicine,
premedicine, predentis-
try, nursing, or allied
health and social profes-
sions), you may qualify
for free tutoring from
the Center for Student
Opportunities.
For information
about tutoring, health
careers counseling, test
anxiety assistance, les-
sons in focusing or
speedreading, and other
free professional ser-
vices, stop by CSO,
Ragsdale 206, or call
757-6122 or 6075.
MOONLIGHT
MADNESS
Fri.
6:OO-9:30
M8k
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RUNNING - TENNIS - BASKETBALL - RACQUETBALL � SOCCER
Ovtr 100 different
styles of footwear. 1Mir Selected
Mm wC Men's running
T-shirts iSWSfwL shoe
2 for the price of 1. ii aSaW SPECIALS
20 off all WOMEN'S running shoes.
Pitt Plaza
Greenville
756-0309
Study
If your room is too
noisy or you dread the
long walk to the library
don't despair.
There is a study
area available on the
hill for any students
who wish to take advan-
tage of it. The study
area is located in the
MRC meeting room in
the basement of Scott.
The study area is open
Sunday through Thurs-
day nights from 8 until
midnight.
Pageant
Alpha Phi Alpha
wants young beautiful
girls for its Miss Black
and Cold Pageant,
coming up in March.
All young women
interested in participa
ting should conta t
Michael Harrison, Plat
Simmons, or Anthon
Richmond.
� Tickets are now on
sale for The Alpha's
Black and Gold Ball
March 24, 1979. Contact
an Alpha member.
Photography by
JOHN H. GROOAN
CALL 7��-���
Crrrnntlr. V. C.
Sat. Feb. 24th
The Return of
TOMMYG
and
CHANCE
Don't forget Fri.
afternoon
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20 of your Favorite Steaks
Choice Tender, USD A
Meat-Cut Fresh Daily
BIG, BIG POTATOES
33 ITEM SALAD BAR
SECOND TO NONE
Take -out orders
available
758 8550
Ask about
our private
dining facilities.
UTUt
Classifieds
for renf (jf)
WANTED: Female
roommates needed to
share 2 B.R. apt. lo-
cated on 3rd St. 2
blocks from campus and
across from Overton's.
Rent is $56.67 plus 13
utilities. Call 758-6261
& ask for P bbi.
WANTED: 2 Female
Roommates - to share
large house 2 blocks
from campus with
private bedrooms.
Available Mar. 1.
758-1610.
WANTED: A respon-
sible person to sublease
an apt. at College View
Apts. beginning in
March. Call Gary or
Chip at 758-4330.
FEMALE Roommate
needed to share 2 B.R.
apt. at College View
Apts. Rent $58mo and
12 utilities. Call
758-6639.
f Bw
FOR SALE: Minolta
Range Finder "Easy
Flash" camera 35 mm.
Case included ex-
cellent condition. 185.
Call Mitzi 752-8967.
STERLING SILVER
monogram filigree jew-
elry-rings, pins, pen-
dants, earrings & tie-
tacks; for him or her;
one or three interlocking
initials. S10-S70. Fast
service!
756-5190
Call
after
Pam
9 p.m.
weekdays, all day Sun-
days.
HAMMOCK weavers
wanted - no experience
necessary - will train.
Apply in person -
Hatteras Hammocks,
11th & Clark Sis.
758-0641.
YOGA classes beginning
Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
All interested persons
are invited to attend.
Call Sunshine 758-0736
mornings and evenings.
ANOTHER DISCO
Class-due to demand
began Fri. Feb. 16. Still
$10mo. All levels. Call
758-0736 mornings &
evenings.
BELLY DANCE
with Sunshine beginning
soon. Call 758-0736
(phone recently out of
order, call again).
lost
LOST: Black puppy with
a white flea collar and
5 stitches in head. If
found, call Randall at
758-0367. $25 reward.
LOST:Br�ma walht,
Mtitgr Thur F.I 15
If found, ph-aso ���
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ward offered.
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Calamitous CaUfano
HEW Secretary Joseph Califano
has cost UNC officials many hours of
sleep with his constant threats of
cutting off federal funds to the system
unless HEW desegregation guidelines
are complied with post haste.
But would Carter allow him to
leave one of the oldest, largest, and
best state-supported university systems
high and dry? Would he risk
engendering the undying hatred of
seven million North Carolinians'?
With the 1980 election just ahead, we
doubt it.
Califano is already on the, blacklist
of every tobacco farmer and cigarette
employee in the state, and now he's
going after higher education.
Hopefully, this attack on our state will
be as successful as Califano's anti-
-smoking campaign.
We can only wonder what North
Caroline ever did to Califano.
Tests before drop
It happens every semester, and
countless students have tried every
con scheme imaginable to save
themselves, usually to no avail. Once
that almighty drop deadline has
passed, you are stuck. '
btuaents then find themselves
trapped with impossible schedules and
are forced to either suffer through the
semester or try to cajole an
incomplete out of a sympathetic
instructor.
Too often, professors haven't even
tested their classes before the drop
period, so students have no idea how
well they are doing in a class until it
's too late. Many professors give
tests, but don't bother to return them
until after the deadline, so the result
is the same. A student can only
guess whether it would be best to
drop a course, since he has no facts
to base his decision on.
It is unfair for the university to
lock students in courses from which
there is no escape, without any
knowledge as to their standing in
class. Professors must be required to
test their students and return the
results at least one week prior to the
deadline so students can intelligently
decide if they want to keep the
course.
A college education is hard enough
to get without the university throwing
more debris in the path by imposing
drop deadlines with little or no regard
for students.
Help out of the closet

Uppity Women
Every once in a while, the SGA
manages to raise itself above the
squabbles and log-rolling it is
normally involved in and funds truly
noble programs which will benefit
ECU students long after they have
left Greenville.
The peer counselling program for
gays, organized by the East Carolina
Gay Community in conjunction with
the ECU Counselling Center and
partially funded by the SGA, is a
long, needed, service which will help
gays accept themselves for what they
are, and not for what society thinks
they should be.
Homosexuals, naturally, are better
acquainted with social pressures and
prejudices directed against gays, and
properly trained gays would be better
suited to counsel other gays. One
can imagine the psychological torment
a closet gay must go through, living
m fear of discovery, wondering why
he is different from the rest of
society, hearing religious fanatics
denounce him as sick, demented, evil.
Peer counselling will provide advice
which stems from experience, and
that is perhaps the most valuable
advice.
Egyptian women fared well American Journal
c
By CHARLENE CARTER
Staff Writer
riting about women in such a far-distant
ntext will necessarily, involve a good deal of
recounting what men wrote about the women sinCe
women did not write ancient history.
It is interesting to note that more individual
women were recorded in history in relation to their
sex lives, (particularly if thev shocked their
contemporaries,) than in any other capacities,
including queens and accomplished women. There-
fore, ancient history regarding women must be
viewed as a history of men's opinions about women.
Down through history, men have assumed that
the) were the ones primarily responsible for
procreation, presumably because semen is visible
and the ovum is not. In the early world, it was
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KxrMnhead
Semng the East Carolina community for over 50 years
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assumed that woman was nothing more than a
vessel in which male semen could produce children.
Aristotle, however, granted women a little more
credit when he wrote that the fetus was formed
trom the union of sperm and menstrual blood. At
any rate, the function of woman throughout the
history of most of the civilized world, was primarily
that of wife and child-bearer.
There are hints that in the beginning of
civilization in the Tigris-Euphrates Valley, women
held high status, since in very early Sumerian
religious tradition, goddesses were prominent. But
by the time of the Babylonian theology that has
come down to us, the goddesses had been made
clearly subordinate to the male gods.
The most prominent female goddess was Ishtar
the goddes of war and love (an interesting and
telling combination). She was associated with
causing quarrels among male friends. She was
generally associated with prostitution, since she was
an unmarried goddess.
In surviving records of Mesopotamian society
women were basically property. Males were allowed
considerable freedom of sexual activity, while it was
considered an offense for a woman to even speak to
a man who was not a near relation. A woman could
be executed for fornication or adultery.
The only occupations allowed Mesopotamian
women, besides that of wife, were tavern-keeper,
priestess, and prostitute.
In ancient Egypt, it appears from existing
records that women fared considerably better than
in most other civilizations. Egyptian women were
Iree to own property, to buy and sell, to inherit
irom parents on an equal standing with their
brothers, to come and go as they pleased to go
among men without having to wear a veil
However, there was a double standard regarding
sexual activity. Prostitution was widespread among
unmarried women, but if a married woman
committed adultery she could be deprived of her
property and subject to punishment.
In general, the lives of women in ancient Egypt
were more circumscribed than those of men, and
woman was not considered equal. For the most
part, her place was in the home.
Historian H.R. Hays held that male attitudes
toward women were strongly influenced by deep
anxieties that were almost universal. He found that
in prehterate cultures, there exists among males an
a most universal fear of the female reproductive
functions. He felt that out of male anxieties rose a
need to own woman, to subjugate her, to nullify
the mystery. '
Throughout ancient history there has been
practically a universal unanimity ascribing women as
the inferior sex. Women have also been associated
with calamities in nature, or the appearance of
sudden illness.
Prison anthology reveals anger,
honesty, 'the way people live9
By DAVTD ARMSTRONG
The United States reportedly has a higher
proportion of its people behind bars than any other
nation m the world. Jamming our jails for crimes
real and imagined, hundreds of thousands of
convicts wait, and watch, and live by their wits in a
tar country of the mind most of us can only visit.
Some of them also write, and the results of their
work can be profoundly unsettling. I have the
evidence before me in a large, handsomely designed
book called Born into a Felony: Access to the
Society Within.
Born into a Felony is the first national anthology
ol American prison writing. Consisting of poetry
short fiction, essays and tape-recorded talk, it is an
ambitious book that was five years in the making
thirteen major publishers turned it down because
they said it would be too expensive to produce and
besides, prisoners aren't what's happening on the
wine and cheese circuit this year.
Determined to see the book in print, co-editors
Stewart Brisby and Walt Shepperd published it
themselves. 'I consider it the cutting edge of
American literature Shepperd told an interviewer,
borne excellent literature is being produced in
prisons. There are prisoners who are writing 16
hours a day. The distractions are minimal as
opposed to the outside world.
"Their work reflects where they are Shepperd
continued. They belong to a prison culture But
what they re writing about is death, love and
loneliness-familar themes. There are connections
between the society inside prison and the society
outside. Prisons are a microcosm of America
t. B?St ,a Jelony' as menti�ned, is a big book.
Its 160 11" X 14" pages offer drawings and
photographs as well as words, and lots of white
space to breathe air into what would otherwise be a
very claustrophobic volume. Ron Cayen's photos are
especially striking, full of right angles of concrete
and steel and the blunt faces of inmates looking
you right in the mind's eye.
Readers familar with the political battlegrounds
of recent years will recognize some of the
contributers: Erika Huggins, Susan Saxe, Yvonee
Wanrow, Joan Little. Others are unknown, and
excellent, writers and rappers like Tommy Trantino,
Lucky Luckenbach, Janice Moore, J.J. Maloney
Doc, Kodjo.
As indicated by the book's title, the contributors
to Born ,�to a Felony are concerned with idenriv
and survival ,n a subculture where both are a, ,
premium. l
Their work is intensely personal, but not private
and artless ,n the sense that it is not concerned so
much with technique as with hone. The"
language ,s gntty street-talk, quick and alive excen
when they give into self-consciousness and say wh.
is expected instead of what is felt Tk I y
but not often. fcU- Th,s h�PPns,
There is anger here, but most of it is shared
rather than directed at the reader "L snared-
who read the poems have oeCn surpTed" "H
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more than a passing acquaintance f.K VC
death, and keen surds' humo7 Tn �e2 r Md
Tough Guy Daniel K.auck observes" ' for
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really die, he got killedwith , fHel1' hc d'n't
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22 February 1979 FOUNTAINHEAD Page 5
Jt' T'
Christopher Parkening
played a varied program
B JEFF ROLLINS
Trends hditor

A casually-dressed, handsome Christopher Park-
ening greeted the audience with a warm smile as
walked out onto the stage on Tuesday night at
Hendnx Theatre. The oung virtuoso then proceeded
treat the audience to a program of Renaissance,
Baroque, and Spanish Romantic compositions for the
guitar.
Parkening began with two slow, stately, elegant
pavanas by Luis Milan. The branle and" volte by
Jean-Baptist Besard which followed the pieces by
Milan proved that Parkening can capture the
dry-wine-like flavor o Renaissance court music.
Then the guitarist played Canarios by the
Spanish composer, Caspar Sanz. This piece
possessed a delicate, sunny melody and along with
the er difficult embellishments, was composed of
warm, latin strumming which all contrasted
dramatically with the more reserved tone of the
proceeding piece
In the second part of the first half of the
program Parkening played "Queen Elizabeth's
Galliard'1 b) John Dowland. One could almost see
the monarch herself walking by, regally, with a
noble head above a collar of intricate while lace.
Daniel Batchelor's "Mounsiers Almaine" was the
piece. It is a composition of increasingly
difficult variations on a theme. In this piece, as in
the other Parkening proved his technical abilities
to be stunningly virtuosic.
Les Barricades M ysterieuses as its title
5, i- a dreamy, legato composition which is
comprised ol Francois Couperin's characteristically
arresting melodies. The guitarist coaxed mystery and
melancholy out ot his instrument.
I hen Parkening played a Prelude and Gigue by
Leopold eis. The Prelude and Gigue had a
compelling, quickly-running melody that is reminis-
cent oi' Bach.
Parkening then performed another Prelude and
Gigue by the turn-of-the-century composer, Manuel
Ponre. The Prelude was sparkling and the Gigue
was amazingly difficult to play as well as
marvellously lyrical. This was certainly one of the
highlights of the program.
To end the first half of the program, Parkening
played J.S. Bach's Courante and the ol' stand-by,
Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring. The Courante was
adequately performed, as was Joy but both, even
though precisely played, were under-inspired.
Parkening transcription of the sublime Joy is expert,
but his playing of it has become mechanical.
The second half of the concert was comprised
mainly of Spanish Romantic music by guitar-
composers extraordinaire Fernando Sor, Heighor
Villa-Lobos and Manuel Ponce.
The Allegro Parkening played by Sor was sunny,
bouyant and happy, like sunlight sparkling on the
waters of the Guadalquivir.
The two preludes by Villa-Lobos were very
lyrical, romantic pieces as were the two preludes by
Manuel Ponce.
Parkening then performed a very famous
Catalonian Folk Song by an anonymous composer.
This folk song had three parts, the first of which
had a tone of poignant longing. The second Dart of
the song brought to mind the inimitable dignid;d '
espanol and the third part was comprised of a
lilting, carefree melody.
The last piece of the program was a set of
variations on a theme by Handel by Mauro Builiani.
As were the "Mounsiers Almaine these variations
became increasingly demanding on the performer as
they progressed. Parkening played the variations
with consummate skill even though the last three or
so chords were sloppily done, as if Parkening was
glad to be through with it.
The performer drew a standing ovation from the
crowd and treated them to an encore which he
refrained from identifying. It was, however, a
delightful compositions which showed Parkening's
dexterity and lyrical ability.
Thanks and kudo's to the Artist's Series
Committee of the Student Union for providing
Greenville with the opportunity to witness musical
excellence of the calibre Parkening represents.
S
Guitarist Christopher Parkening
Dancer Anderson performs in concert
Guest dance instruc-
tor David Anderson in
the Department of
Drama and Speech will
do double duty in the
Eat Carolina Playhoue
Danee Concert perform-
ing Feb. 22.23, and 24
in the campus Studio
Theatre at 8:15 p.m. In
addition to choreograph-
ing an original dance
with some ol his stu-
dents, he will also
dance in a solo piece
called "To Vernon a
collaboration with sing-
er-composer Judith Lan-
der.
Texan
Originally a Texan,
Anderson came to
the ECU dance faculty
from New York where
he has been a member
of American Ballet The-
atre and was a solo
dancer at Radio City
Music Hall. Broadway
made use of his talents
when he joined the
company of the hit
musical Applause star-
ring Lauren Bacall.
Prior to this time he
had appeared with the
San Francisco Ballet on
a Ford Foundation
scholarship.
Applause
During his tenure
with Applause, he and
a group of other
dancers started their
own company which
eventually became
known as the David
Anderson Dance Com-
pany. He has created
numerous choreographic
works for this group as
well as pieces for other
companies including the
Dennis Wayne Dancers,
Luigi's Jazz Company,
and the Syracuse Ballet
Theatre. He journeyed
to Israel and Germany
to do choreography for
Nurite and Ehud Krauss
and the Ivanson Dance
Company in Munich.
New York
Recently, this active
young dancer dashed
back to New York from
his ECU classes to
perform in a uniqtire
work called "Le
Martyre de St. Sebas-
jion" to the music of
Claude Debussey which
was performed at the
Church of Heavenly
Rest. "Be Jubilant My
Feet" is another
"Church dance" he rec-
ently performed on a
program on dance in
religion conceived and
written by noted critic
and scholar of dance,
Walter Terry.
Choreography
Along with Ander-
son's dancing and
choreography, the con-
cert will include an
original jazz piece
created by fellow dance
teacher Frank Wagner.
Called "All that Jazz
Wagner describes it as
a "dancing account of
the history of jazz from
primitive steps to the
latest disco Other
faculty choreographed
works being done are
"With Apologies to
Vivaldi a new work
by Patricia Pertalion,
and a reconstruction of
solos choreographed by-
Isadora Duncan which
was made possible by a
grant from the ECU
Research Committee.
Sara Berman has
created a waltz piece to
Straus' Blue Danube
called "Celebration of
Life" and a love duet
to music by Keith
Garrett. Judy Pascale's
"Los Mendigos" will be
the final dance of the
evening.
Tickets are now on
sale at the box office in
Room 108 of the Drama
Building. Prices are $2
for the general public
and $1 for students.
Telephone reservations
may be made by calling
757-6390.
Dancer David Anderson
The ' musical enigma' Mike Cross to play at Hendrix Mon. Jan
� m
By MARC BARNES
News Editor
Mike Cross will play at 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 26
at Hendrix Theater at the Mendenhall Student
Center.
Cross, a musical enigma from Maryville,
Tennessee has become something of a legend one
of those backwoods tales that turns into real life.
It was but a few short years ago that only a
handful of the faithful would stand in line at the
Cat's Cradle in Chapel Hill to hear Cross play. I
was a member of that handful then, and now I try
to see Cross, if I'm in town when he is. A typical
reaction to a concert by Mike Cross goes something
like this: The subject, whether he be first time
observer or long time fan, walks out of the building
where Cross plays with a smile on his face and
says, "Yep, I know something about that
Cross elicits a response in people in much the
same way George Carlin does, you know what Cross
has said, because you have said it yourself, or you
Wish vou had said it yourself. You haven't quite
thought about it - perhaps you haven't thought
about it at all but Cross makes you think, and
that's good.
Don't get the idea that you 11 spend your time
thinking, though. YouTl be much too busy laughing.
Cross' off the wall humor reminds one of a
fiddle playing, guitar strumming Steve Martin. Both
Martin and Cross share the ability to arrive at a
concert date in a good mood, and they keep the
dieace in a g�� mood throughout the duration of
the program. His real humor, however reminds one
of an adult audience Mark Twain or Will Rogers.
He spins tales of humor to introduce just about
every song he plays, and of these songs "99
percent of them" are written by Cross.
These songs - run the gamut from true
love (or the true need of another person) in Wisdom
or a Drink, to the hopeful despair written in tribute
ol country star Hank Williams of a love affair gone
wrong, entitled Thanks, Hank. Big City Woman,
Nobby, and the hopeful Bine Skies and Teardrops
are all cuts from his recent album, Born In The
Country. Space does not permit a complete rundown
on all of these songs, but suffice it to say that they
are all well written and beautifully performed.
Mike Cross, as I said earlier is an enigma. He
was once kicked out of the church choir because he
could not carry a tune. He proved this in a voice
louder than all the others. He is, he says, a
musical infant, who struck his first note on a
borrowed guitar one winter nine years ago in a
neighbor's dorm room at the University of North
Carolina in Chapel Hill during a snowstorm. He was
sick with flu at the time, and spending two days
indoors with nothing to do was too much for him.
So, he picked up the guitar, and learned a few
simple chords. He used to be a law student in
Atlanta, but he left law school on a quest for
personal discovery.
One winter, he decided it was time to learn to
play the blues �- to "suffer for my music as he
calls it. So, he locked himself in a house on
MacAuley Street in Chapel Hill to learn. With him,
he took a stock of food, his guitar, a backgammon
board, and his personal houseguest and instructor
was the spirit of veteran blues guitarist Lightnin
Hopkins.
Lately however, he has been waking himself up
every morning and dropping two fifty pound cinder
blocks on his toes. He is still suffering for his
music.
He is also psychic. Once, when he was young,
he was stuck in a swirling flood in a creek.
Due to his apparent youth, and due to the fact
that he was covered up to his ankles, he called his
grandmother for help by using mental telepathy.
She came, and rescued the terrified youngster.
Telepathy is also a sometime part of Cross'
performance. Once in a while, he goes into Astral
Projection.("Daddy, is that when you stick your butt
out a window? No, son, when you stick your butt
out a window, that's called lunar projection Astral
Projection is when Cross invites another performer
to inhabitate his body, and in this guise, he does
an amazingly accurate imitation of someone else, or
even another group.
One night at the Cat's Cradle, I saw Mike Cross
perform the group Cream, with Bob Dylan singing
one chorus. The song? "If I Had My Way by the
Rev. Gary Davis. He also does an amazingly close
rendition of Leon Redbone, in a composition of his
own, entitled "Nobby
Cross used to appear with fellow Chapel Hillian
Larry Reynolds. There is a family named Reynolds
in Winston-Salem they own a tobacco factory
there called the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.
' Larry Reynolds is not even closely related to them.
On the serious side, though, Cross has appeared
throughout the south .in i m
as Taj Mahal. The Dirt B
Scruggs, and The N �
One thing that
Admission to Mnndav night's
good time evening that sh .
See Cross. ou can tell your grand
Guitarist Mike tross
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Page 6 FOUNTAINHEAD 22 February 1979
s
ECU School of Music presents the opera Iolanthe
B SUSAN CHESTON
Staff Writer
The East Carolina
School of Music will
present Gilbert and
Sullivan's Iolanthe
this weekend. The ECU
Opera Theatre, under
the direction of Dr.
Clyde Hiss, and the
ECU Symphony Orch-
estra, conducted by
Professor Robert Hause,
will be featured.
The performances
will be held at 8 p.m.
on Thurs Fri and
Sat. nights, Feb. 22 to
24, and at 2 p.m. on
Sun Feb. 25. All
performances will take
place in A.J. Fletcher
Recital Hall.
Iolanthe ranks
with the best of Gilbert
and Sullivan's many
noerettas.
The two act operetta
ran for over a year
after its premier. Other
of Gilbert and Sullivan's
joint productions bet-
ween 1876 and 1887
include the popular
Mikado, The Pirates
of Penzanoe . Pina-
fore, and The Gam-
doliers .
Hiss
Dr. Hiss of the
Opera Theatre offers an
interpretation free of
the fanaticism of tradi-
tionalism and yet fully
recognizant that "Gil-
bert knew what he was
doing and that
"Sullivan's musicranks
with his best and his
best is excellent
A double cast allows
the many talented ECU
students the opportunity
to perform. Select
students from the
Symphony Orchestra will
comprise a 29-member
pit orchestra to accom-
pany the vocalists.
Costumes have been
designed and executed,
as in the past, t
Patricial Hiss.
The ECU School of
Music has a trad.t.on of
excellence and profes
sionalism in their past
Opera Theatre pcrfor-
mances. The Symphonj
Orchestra also
fine reputation
ind
a
ha-
recentl) recen
nition �'ii national
Tickets foi
students are
picked up in
with a valid ID
Mendenhail
�r1(, � Office 1 �
ma) be purchase
0 between
and 1 tm
h. kei Ofl
Hobbit sings 'butterscotch sunshine' and String Band performs
B VULLHM JONES
V distant Trends Editor
It you get tired of
the noise and hype of
downtown Greenville,
tired of crowds, cover
charge and loudmouth
drunk il you're not in
the mood to disco down
or tie one on, there is
an alternative�the Stu-
dent Union's Coffee-
house.
If. on the other
hand, you are of the
quiel ort. and not into
the downtown scene"
to begin with, the
ffeehouse has some-
thing to offer you as
well. As I overheard
young lady say to a
nd in Friday night's
audience, "Isn't this
tter than watching
some dumb movie or
! �
This past Friday and
irday nights' enter-
men t at the Coffee-
ise was provided bv
Basett Mountain
Band, and the
i-t Hobbit.
The String Band,
Mark Ro-helli.
is Tacher, and Nel-
Jari formed last
ber. The three had
isl begun their scholar-
ireers at ECU,
the) met b) way
Nelson's square
e vailing.
Having fourteen
oars,musical experience
between them (Mark
: Chris -tarted out
ing rock 'n roll),
three are. indivi-
illy, v cry line musi-
cians. But because
i've been playing
ether only a short
time (Friday and Satur-
day was their third and
irth public appear-
ance), their performance
as one might
expect, a few minor
problems to be worked
out.
The String Band
basically plays blue-
grass, relying on stan-
dard favorites like "Old
J'e Clark "Dueling
Banjos "Orange Blos-
som Special and
"Cripple Creek
They have also been
influenced by Mike
Cross, a fiddle specialist
ol growing reputation
who will himself be
performing at ECU this
work. Cross's influence
lends itself to their
Now grass' numbers,
"Little Maggie" and
"Drowsj Maggie the
latter having been
written by Cross. New-
grass is a type of
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22 February 1979 FOUNTAINHEAD Page 7
Pirates travel
to Notre Dame
for last game
4
b? m roc;ers
Sports Editor
l assumed the underdog role
tnd when the Pirates face
X Dame Monday night in South
iin find themselves in a
mderdog in jusl about
East Caroli ach Larrv
r ss gathering fuesday
N tre Dame up there is
our players ami tin
a week
last regular season
gh the Pirates have an
Russia
rickets for the
in the Greensboro
snapped a two-game
asy 99-84 over
� Hiver Mark gunned in 25
assists while center
- and 13 r
leteated E Ca
�. i i Herb K i
w ith
il in ami
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1 til ink
1 fatij
est

pal buncf
players are high school
� � - them and dev elops
articular role on the
� likely. Gillman
Pirates
m

; Cai lina
. - recruitin
Dame game tied with Jim
il me s ring lisl at E
1,174 po
: on the
� � against the
A dside is current!) in tilth
while Jim Gregory occuj
Phelps guides Irish
straight to the top
Photo b Pete Podeszwal
(irew Cornelius scared 20 points against Old Dominion
I Photo b John H. Grog an
li CHARLES CH M)IKK
ssivtunt Sports Editor
Notre Dame basketball has
been in the shadow of the Fighting
Irish football program. Such i- not so
this season. I nder tin- guidance ol
head coach Richard "Digger" Phelps,
the Irish is currently the third ranked
team in the nation with a 1
� � i r 1.
lor most ol the season, the Irish
have been ranked atop the national
polls, tumbling from those loft)
heights only after a 56 52 loss to I
current number one team, I CLA
Phelps and tin- Irish have beei
"� success this vear due to
ength "1 a super-st rong bench,
sporting ist ten players who
ild -tart on most an) team in the
u n t r .
Ii player here ha- a dill
rule. ' says Phelps. "We have a set
starting lineup, but our reserves gel
a gr al deal ol play ing time al-
I ve just tlv that
everyone is accepting their roles.
Reserves like I rav Jackson and
Bruce Flowers have come off the
bem h and lon i great job
-aid.
look il the i urrent Irisl stal
ks up Digger's gs N
one Notre Dame lean
averagi minutes playing time a
game, as nine ditterent plavers gel
at least ten m est
E v e ri
- club. : : ivh) From
botton I .imtains :he
; n g 1
ml
I Irisl
equaII) 1 � a particular
leading
Ki II) I ripucka, ave'rages onh 1
point- per game. r n
' ibh ligures, ��
threi ierag over tiw points wer
- -I.
Super-sub fracy Jackson averages
12.3 points a yam forward Orlando
Woolriddge 10.3, and guard Rich
Branning 10.6.
In just seven years as coach oi
the Irish, Phelps has become known
a- one of the best coaches in the
game. Annuall) his recruits are
among the nation- best, a- are his
teams.
Digger's first season al Notre
Dame was definitely a building one.
1 hat squad went only b-2v. But the
next season vas a sign ol things to
come as the Irish finished 18-12.
1 he 1973-74 season was the vear
that tlif nation learned that Digger
and the ln-h wore a power that
uld hav e to be � �:
i ome It was
season that the Irish I CLA -
incredible string HH
ries with a 71-70 �
Bruins
Lasi seas as i bit
Digger and i ompany r
ever,
; d Foui e NCA.1
I his dr Digger has I
on a national
rightfully so. His
redients f a trui
i- speed,
d ioaching,
zation and
their I
- Dig)
ultimate He
��� ' rga
W '� alw ays tn I
said Phelps. "Th;
season m es
time for the NCA I
haw the ex
m hone- . -
V tournam
bo you may as
it
Phelps
midabh n a I scl : .
season ! I
LCLA,
Mar. .and. with
Michigan sch 1 u 1 Mai
Phelps als
tys a number . �
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Su cl v as
ECU head
it a ga
tnink that lis allov
us, theii gfai
the only rol
"unknown" schools
always seem to be � � ; -� It
play the might) In-
Tho-e sort ol teams alwavs -
to know a lot more ah .
do about them note I
The) feel the) are in an
to gain and nothii
situation
The only pr for 1
scheduling thes �. �
that his club ha-
"W ell, that's .
noted Phelp "You ha
lose when y
tournament to
Wrestlers set for tourney

U M KiM.EK
Sports Editor
ne ol the worst dual
dina wrestling team has ever
: a difficult road schedule
the Pirates horrendous 1-7
. n Easl Carolina travel- to
Eastern Regional Champion-
gin their "second season"
ach Bill Hill.
a great dual season and do
regional- and you've n ally
ed nothing because the ultimate goal tor
malify as many wrestler- as you
itionals Hill explained from his office
e jusl got to torget about regular
try to turn thing- around this weekend.
irnament and they'll be plenty ol
with -ome luck, we should qualify as
�lor- tor the nationals
18 to 22 wrestlers will be competing for
h weight class while a total ol 27
WIU entered in the two-day tournament
individuals champions in their respective
isses along with one wild card selection
.1 tn -imes Iowa March 8-10 for the
win iravti i im"1 �'i
Tournament.
r isl Carolina will have eight wrestlers entered in
the tournament. Jim Osborn will be at 134, Frank
Schaede at 142, Tom Robinson at 150, Steve Goode
at 158, James Ellison at 167, Butch Revils at 177,
Bnan Mernam at 190 and Mendell Tyson at
heavyweight. ,
r i-t Carolina's top performer this season has
sophomore Butch Revils who currently owns an
impressive 13-2 record. Although the Norfolk, Va.
has been hampered with a nagging rib injury, he
ha- wrestled well during the latter part of the
-ea-on and mav earn the number one seed m the
17- weight class. Revils went all the way to the
final- last year before losing to William and Mary s
Greg Fronczak.
Butch has improved steadily throughout the
-eason an oik he ready to compete in the
national Hill said. "He got to the finals last vear
and md 1 think he's capable ol going all
the way this vear. He should earn the number one
- othei lop candidate- this year who
could i p seedings in their respective weight
classes arc le, IVson and Schaede.
(do. a slim 158-pounder, finished the season
W1'1 a 'Ml record and al-o placed second in the
onals last yeai He dropped a 1-0 overtime
William and Marv's Gar Drun in the
finals.
l-on finished his freshman campaign with a
6-1-1 record while Schaede, a member of the
1977 NCAA team, logged an 8-11 slate.
Sti ve Goode has boon hot and cold this vear
and has -till been bothered with injuries Hill -aid.
"However, tie got to the finals lasl vear, too, and
has some good tournament experience.
Mendell Ivn has improved considerably and
could also be -ceded number one because the top
four heavyweights in the regionals lasl vear are all
gone frank Schaede has also been up and down
during the vear but has plenty of tournament
experience. I m dropping, him a weight class which I
think will help him
Hill said William and Mary, host Virginia Tech,
Old Dominion Shippensburg and Slipper) Rock will
bi the top teams in the regional- along with East
Carolina
The regional- are getting tougher and tougher
ever) vear and they're more and more talented
wrestlers inthisarea Hill -aid. "William and Mary
and irginia Tech have several potential national
qualifiers and will probably be the two teams
battling lor the team championship.
When I wre-tled at East Carolina all we had to
do was worry about the Southern Conference teams
which wasn't anywhere near as strong as regional
competition he continued. "Since East Carolina
left the Southern Conference, it's been tougher and
tougher to qualify people for the nationals
ECU grapplers
aim for the top

By SAM ROGERS
Sports Editor
Before East Carolina abandoned the old Southern
Conference a trip to the NCAA Championships wa-
a cinch for the majority of the Pirate wrestling
t e a m.
In 1975 when the Pirates captured the v
Conference title, seven member- ol the :t.ir.
qualified for the nationals and during l�o the
Pirates sent six to the finals.
However, for the last two years the number o
national qualifiers has dwindled In 1977, Ea-t
Carolina's last vear as a member ol the Southern
Conference, only three qualified.
And with the Pirates now forced to qualify at
the Eastern Regional Championships, the road to
the top has become extremely difficult.
"Back in the Southern Conference there were
only eight teams you had to compete against which
meant there were only eight wrestlers in each
weight clas Pirate coach Bill Hill said recently
"And the Southern Conference just didn't have that
many good wrestlers. But now with the regionals
there are as many as 22 wrestlers in a weight class
and as many as 30 teams competing. A wrestler
who wins his weight class in the regionals has
really earned his ticket to the nationals
The winner of each weight class in the Eastern
Regionals this weekend and one wild card selection
earns the right to compete in the national
championships which will be held in Aimes, Iowa
this year.
Hill, a four-time Southern Conference champion,
is East Carolina's only wrestling All-American. He
took fifth in the 1974 NCAA Tournament. The top
six wrestlers in each weight class at the nationals
are designated as All-Americans.
The Pirates' best bets this season to qualify for
Frank Schaede
See WRESTLLNG, p. 8





Page 8 FOUNTAINHEAD 22 February 1979
ECU's Parker is longest leaper
By DAVID MAREADY
Staff Writer
Having already qual-
ified for the NCAA
Nationals to be held in
Detroit, ECU freshman
high jumper Russell
Parker has fulfilled what
most jumpers can only
dream about.
The lanky, 5'U"
North Carolina native
has only participated in
competition for three
years; however, he is
considered to be one of
the top high jumpers in
the state.
According to ECU
Track Coach Bill Car-
son, Parker should be
able to clear 7-3 this
year.
"I'm sure he can
jump 7-3. He needs to
work on his strength
some more, otherwise
he's doing very well
Parker's highest
mark ever was 7-1 set
in Chapel Hill earlier
this year in a tri-meet
with UNC and USC.
Before that meet, his
previous highest jump
had been 6'11
"I really tried to
psych myself out for
that meet against
Carolina commented
Parker. "They had
some really good
jumpers who brought
out the best in me
When asked why he
chose to attend ECU,
Parker replied, "My
high school track coach
(Shelton Bond) had
graduated from ECU
and knew the program
here fairly well. He
thought I would like the
program � since several
other graduates from
my high school had
come here and done
really well. So, I
decided to give it a try
and everything has gone
very good so far
Parker hopes to do
even better once the
outdoor season begins
on March 24.
"Before this year
noted Parker, "I had
never jumped indoors,
so I'm pretty sure I can
improve once we move
outdoors. The tracks
outdoors is usually
better than it is on the
inside
Parker doesn't claim
to be an overpowering
athlete.
"I think high jump-
ing is more psycholo-
gical than anything else.
Most of the guys I
jump against are three
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Sport Editor
The unexpected.
That's what East
Carolina women's coach
Cathy Andruzzi wants to
avoid today when the
Pirates open play in the
North Carolina AIAW
tournament against
underdog Duke Univer-
it.
"We beat Duke
pretty had earlier in the
vear, hut when the
tournament rolls around
vou reallv don't know
what to expect from
certain teams
Andruzzi told writers at
her press conference
Tuesday afternoon.
"Crazy things happen
in tournament play and
we just don't want to
have any type of let-
down against Duke.
Sometimes people come
up with the unexpected
so you really can't reiy
on what's happened in
the past
However, if the past
is any indication of
tomorrow evening's
outcome, the Lady
Pirates eertainly have
nothing to worry about.
At least in the first
round of play.
Provided the Pirates
defeat Duke, East Caro-
lian will probably face
North Carolina in the
semi-finals. The Tar
Heels finished second in
the regular season
NCAIAW rankings while
the Pirates were third.
The Bucs defeated
North Carolina last year
in the semi-finals of the
tournament, but lost to
North Carolina State in
the finals.
"We've been work-
ing hard for this tourna-
ment and I think we're
ready to play An-
druzzi said. "If we can
play well, I think we'll
have a real good shot
at the regionals and
that's what the team is
aiming for. But we've
got to remember to take
each game in the tour-
nament one at a time
In other first round
action N.C. State meets
UNC-Greensboro while
WRESTLING
continued from p. 7
ihe NCAA Championships are Butch Revils, Steve
Goode, Mendell Tyson and Frank Schaede.
'This is just the start of another season for me
ami the rest of the team Butch Revils, the Bucs
177-pounder said Tuesday after practice. "Finishing
nd in the regionals won't help because you've
got lo win to reach the nationals. I was
-urprised to see us do so well in the regionals last
tear a- a team, but we still only had two people
who qualified for the finals
Reils battled his way to the regional finals
before losing to William and Mary's Greg Froaczak.
In tact, three East Carolina wrestlers took second
place in the regional competition.
Good and Schaede also took second while Vic
Northrup and D.T. Joyner captured their weight
classes.
"I just want to go up there this weekend and
win said Goode who lost a dramatic 1-0 overtime
decision to William and Mary's Gary Drury in the
finals. "It's awfully frustrating to work so hard and
lose like that in the finals. Last year I had a poor
season hut came back to do well in the tournament.
I hope I can get to the nationals this year
Schaede qualified for the nationals as a freshman
but has come up short for the last two years. He
dropped a close decision to William and Mary's
Max Lorenzo in the regional finals last year. This
season, he has dropped a weight class and will
compete at 142 instead of 150.
"The competition is extremely tough in the
regionals Schaede said. "It's a do-or-die situation
because if you lose there isn't another chance to
get to the nationals. I've had a poor season, but
I'm ready for this one. It's just all in my head
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22 February 1979 FOUNTAINHEAD Page 9
Schedule of Courses
Fall Semester, 1979
Courses listed on schedule forms should include the appropriate abbreviation and course
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1 CORPS TRAINING (T 12:00)
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(TTh 9:30"10:H5) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
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(TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
AR THE WORLD (MWF 9:00)
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SOCIETIES, WORLD (MWF 9:00) (3)
SOCIETIES, WORLD (TTh 9:30"10:H5) (3)
INTR ETHNOLOGY (MWF 1:00) (3)
HEREDITY 4 CULT (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
NORTH; AMER PREHIST (MWF 11:00) (3)
FOLKLORE (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
RELIGION OF NONLIT PEOPL (MWF 11:00) (3)
INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
CULT 4 PERSONALITY (W 2:005:00) (3)
OF INSTRUCTOR AND APPROVAL OF DEPARTMENTAL
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10002
10003
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10006
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10011
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10301
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(TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
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(MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
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2305
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2750
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INTR TO TEXT DES (MW 10:00-12:00; F 10:00)(3)
INTR TO TEXT DES (TTh 1:00-3:00; F 2:00) (3)
INTR TO INTER DES (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
PRINT SURVEY (MW 8:00-10:00; F 8:00) (3)
PRINT SURVEY (MW 10:00-12:00; F 10:00) (3)
PRINT SURVEY (TTh 10:00-12:00; F 11:00) (3)
SCULPT SURVEY (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
SCULPT SURVEY (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
ART HIST SURVEY (MWF 1:00) (3)
HIST SURVEY (MWF 2:00) (3)
APPRECIATION (TTh 9:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 11:00) (2)
(TTh 1:00) (2)
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CERAMICS STUDIO I (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
CERAMICS STUDIO II (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
OBSERVATION (F 12:00) (1)
INTRO TO COM ART (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
INTRO TO COM ART (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
INTRO TO COM ART (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
METAL DES STUDIO I (MW 10:00-12:00; F
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
APPRECIATION
APPRECIATION
APPRECIATION
APPRECIATION
WOOD DES STUDIO I (TTh 1:00-3:00; F 2
WEAVING DES STUDIO I (TTh 8:00-10:00;
1 FABRIC DES STUDIO I (MW 10:00-12:00;
MET DES STUD
WOOD DES STUD
WEAV DES STUO
WEAV DES STUD
MET DES STUD
OFF LOOM WEAV
INTERIOR PLAN
PAINT: MAT 4
PAINT: MAT &
10:00)
(3)
00) (3)
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(3)
II (TTh 8:00-10:00; F 9:00) (3)
II (TTh 1:00-3:00; F 2:00) (3)
II (TTh 8:00-10:00; F 9:00) (3)
II (MW 8:00-10:00; F 8:00) (3)
III (TTh 8:00-10:00; F 9:00) (3)
(TTh 10:00-12:00: F 11:00) (3)
I (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
METH (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
METH (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
PAINT: MAT 4 METH (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
PAINT: COMPOSITION (TTh 1:00"3:00) (3)
PRINT STUDIO I (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
PRINT STUDIO
SCULPT STUDIO
SCULPT STUDIO
DESCRIPT DRAW
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CERAM
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TYPOGRAPHY
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I (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
I (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
II (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
(MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
(MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
III (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
IV (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
V (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
(MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
PHOTOGRAPHY I (MW
PHQTOCWtfttf! (MW
ILLUSTRATION I (Ml
WOOO DES STUD III
WEAV DES STUD III
MET DES STUD IV (TTh 8:00-10:00;
WOOD DES STUO IV (TTh 1:00-3:00;
8:00-10:00) (3)
10:00-12:00) (3)
100-3:00) 3
(TTh 1:00-3:00; F 2:00)(3)
(MW 8:00-10:00 F 8:00)(3)
F 9:00) (3)
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WEAV DES STUD IV (MW 8:00-10:00; F 8:00)
FAB DES STUD 111 (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
GRAPHIC COMM (rN 10:00-12:00) (3)
INTER PROBL I (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
PROB IN FIG DRAW (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
FIG 4 ENVIRON (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
PAINT: WATERCOLOR (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
PAINT STUO I (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
PAINT STUD I (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
FIG PAINT (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
PAINT STUD II (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
PRINT STUD III (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
PRINT STUD IV (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
SCULPT STUD III (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
SCULPT STUD IV (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
SCULPT STUD V (MW 1:00"3:00) (3)
SCH (MW 1:00-3:00; F 1
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(3)
SCH (MW 1:00-3:00; F 1:00) (3)
SCH (TTh 1:00-3:00; F 2:00)(3)
SCH (MW 1:00-3:00; F 1:00) (3)
SCH (TTh 1:00-3:00; F 2:00)(3)
SCH (MW 1:00-3:00; F 1:00) (3)
(M H:00"5:30) (l)
(W H:00-5:30) (1)
(Th H:00-5:30) (1)
VII (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
VIII (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
I (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
I (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
I (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
II (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
IV (TTh 8:00-10:00; F 9:00) (3)
V (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
V (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
(MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
INTER SYS
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ART IN SEC SCH (TTh 8:00-10:00; F 9:00) (3)
INTER SYS (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
I (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
II (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
III (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
IV (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
V (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
V (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
VI (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
VII (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
VIII (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
IX (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
SCULPT STUO VI (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
SCULPT STUO VII (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
NORTHERN RENAIS (MWF 9:00) (3)
20TH CENT PAINT & SCULPT (MWF 1:00)
20TH CENT PAINT & SCULPT (MWF 2:00)
20TH CENT ARCHITECTURE (Th 9:30-11:00) (3)
SEMINAR IN ART HIST (TTh 1:00-2:30) (3)
CERAMICS STUO IX (MM 1:00-3:00) (3)
CERAMICS STUO X (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
MET OES STUO (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
WOOO DES STUD (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
WEAV DES STUO (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
FAB DES STUO (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
MET DES STUO (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
WOOO DES STUD (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
WEAV DES STUO (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
WEAV (AOV OFF LOOM) (TTh 10:00-12:00)0)
FAB DES STUD (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
INTER PROB III (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
INOEPBIDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
ADV FIG DRAW (MW 10:00-12:00 (3)
PRINT STUO X (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
SCULPT STUD VIII (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
SCULPT STUO IX (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
PROS IN CERAMICS (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
PROB IN COM ART (TBA) (3)
PROB IN DES (TBA) (3)
PROB IN MET DES (MW 8:0010:00; F 8:00) (3)
CERAMICS STUDIO VI (TTh 3100-5:00) (3)
COURSESECTION
NO.NO.PROB IN WOOD DES (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
6302
6305PROB IN WEAV DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6306PROB IN FAB DES (MW 3:00"5:00) (3)
6311PROB IN MET DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6312PROB IN WOOD DES (TTh 1:00"3:00) (3)
6315PROB IN WEAV DES (MW 8:000:00) (3)
6316PROB IN FAB DES (MW 3:00"5:00) (3)
6321PROB IN MET DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6322PROB IN WOOD DES (TTh 1:00"3:00) (3)
6325PROB IN WEAV DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6326PROB IN FAB DES (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
6331PROB IN MET DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6332PROB IN WOOD DES (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
6335PROB IN WEAV DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6336PROB IN FAB DES (MW 3:00"5:00) (3)
63�t1PROB IN MET OES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
63H2PROB IN WOOD DES (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
63H5PROB IN WEAV OES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
63H6PROB IN FAB DES (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
6351PROB IN MET DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6352PROB IN WOOD DES (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
6355PROB IN WEAV OES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6356PROB IN FAB DES (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
6361PROB IN MET DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6362PROB IN WOOD DES (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
6365PROB IN WEAV DES (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6366PROB IN FAB DES (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
6101-6H03PROB IN INTER DES (TBA) (3)
6550-6553PROB IN DRAW (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
6560-6567PROB IN PAINT (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
6600-6607GRAD PRINT STUD (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
6700-6707PROB IN SCULPT (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
6800HIST 4 PHIL OF ART EDUC (T 6:30-5:30) (3)
6901NORTHERN RENAIS (MWF 9:00) (3)
690520TH CENT PAINT 4 SCULPT (MWF 1:00) (3)
690520TH CENT PAINT 4 SCULPT (MWF ?:00) (3)
690620TH CENT ARCHITECT (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
6909GRAD SEMINAR (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6995THESIS SEMINAR (TBA) (3)
6996THESIS SEMINAR (TBA) (3)
BIOL (B:Lology)
10501PRIN BIOL I (MWF 8:00) (3)
10502PRIN BIOL I (MWF 8:00) (3)
10503PRIN BIOL I (MWF 8:00) (3)
1050VPRIN BIOL I (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
10505PRIN BIOL I (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
10506PRIN BIOL I (TTh 8:00"9:15) (3)
10507PRIN BIOL 1 (MWF 9:00) (3)
10508PRIN BIOL 1 (MWF 9:00) (3)
10509PRIN BIOL I (MWF 9:00) (3)
105010P� IH BIOL J (MWF 10:001 (3)
105011PRIN BWL 1 (MWF 10:00) (3)
105012PRIN BIOL 1 (MWF 10:00) (3)
105013PRIN BIOL I (MWF 11:00) (3)
10501HPRIN BIOL I (MWF 11:00) (3)
105015PRIN BIOL 1 (MWF 11:00) (3)
10511PRIN BIOL I LAB (M 11:00-2:00) (1)
10512PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (M 2:00-5:00) (1)
10513PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
1051HPRIN BIOL 1 LAB (T 11:00-2:00) (1)
10515PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
10516PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (T 6:30-9:30) (1)
10517PRIN BIOL I LAB (W 11:00-2:00) (1)
10518PRIN BIOL I LAB (W 2:00"5:00) (1)
10519PRIN BIOL I LAB (W 6:305:30) (D
105110PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
105111PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
105112PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 2:O05:0O) (1)
105113PRIN BIOL I LAB (Th 6:30-9:30) (1)
10511HPRIN BIOL I LAB (F 11:00-2:00) (1)
105115PRIN BIOL I LAB (M 11:00-2:00) (1)
105116PRIN BIOL I LAB (M 2:00"5:00) (1)
105117PRIN BIOL I LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
105118PRIN BIOL I LAB (T 11:00-2:00) (l)
105119PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (T 2:005:00) (D
105120PRIN BIOL I LAB (W 11:00-2:00) (1)
105121PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
105122PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
105123PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
10512VPRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
105125PRIN BIOL I LAB (F 11:00-2:00) (1)
105126PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (M 11:00-2:00) (1)
105127PRIN BIOL I LAB (M 2:00-5:00) (l)
105128PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
105129PRIN BIOL I LAB (T 11:00-2:00) (1)
105130PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (T 2:G0"5:00) (1)
105131PRIN BIOL I LAB (W 11:00-2:00) (l)
105132PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (W 2:00"5:00) (1)
105133PRIN BIOL I LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (l)
10513PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 11:00-2:00) (l)
105135PRIN BIOL 1 LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
10601ENVIRON BIOL (TTh 10:00-12:00) (H)
10602ENVIRON BIOL (TTh 10:00-12:00) (U)
10603ENVIRON BIOL (TTh 10:00-12:00) (�i)
10611ENVIRON BIOL LAB (T 2:005:00) (1)
10612ENVIRON BIOL LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
10613ENVIRON BIOL LAB (W 2:00"5:00) (1)
10701GEN BOTANY (MTThF 12:00) (5)
10711GEN BOTANY LAB (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
10712GEN BOTANY LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
10713GW BOTANY LAB (W 2:005:00) (0)
1071VGEN BOTANY LAB (Th 2:005:00) (0)
10801GEN ZOOLOGY (MTThF 1:00) (5)
10811GEN ZOOLOGY LAB (M 2:005:00) (0)
10812GEN ZOOLOGY LAB (T 2:005:00) (0)
10813GEN ZOOLOGY LAB (W 2:005:00) (0)
1081HGEN ZOOLOGY LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
1081 '5GEN ZOOLOGY LAB (F 2:005:00) (0)
21101FUND MICROBiOL (MW 3:00) (H)
21102FUND MICROBIOL (MW 3:00) U)
21103FUND MICROBIOL (TTh 3:00) (H)
21101FUND MICROBIOL (TTh 3:00) (V)
21111FUNO MICROBIOL LAB (TTh'8:00-10:00) (0)
21112FUNO MICROBIOL LAB (MW 8:00-10:00) (0)
21113FUNO MICROBIOL LAB (MW 10:00-12:00) (0)
2111HFUNO MICROBIOL LAB (TTh 12:00-2:00) (0)
21115FUNO MICR08I0L LAB (TT 12:00-2:00) (0)
21116FUND MICROBIOL LA8 (TTh 2:00-V:QC) (0)
21117FUNO MICROBIOL LAB (MW H:006:00) (0)
21118FUNO MICROBIOL LAB (TTh H:00"6:00) (0)
21201HU PHYS ANAT (MTThF 9:00) U)
21202HU PHYS ANAT (MTThF 9:00) U)
21203HU PHYS ANAT (MTThF 11:00) (H)
2120HU PHYS ANAT (MTThF 11:00) U)
21205HU PHYS ANAT (MTTtF 12:00) U)
21206HY PHYS ANAT (MTThF 12:00) U)
21211MU PNYS ANAT LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
21212HU PNYS ANAT LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (l)
21213HU PHYS ANAT LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (l)
2121HU PHYS ANAT LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (l) HU PNYS ANAT LAB (T 11:00-2:00) (1)
21215
21216HU PNYS ANAT LAB (W 11:00-2:00) (1)
21217HU PHYS ANAT LAB (M 2:00-5:00) (l)
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Biology (continued)
COURSE
NO.
2121
2121
2121
2230
2231
2240
2241
3310
3311
3311
9550
U050
4051
11120
41 '1
4121
4504
U514
4550
040
5 )k
?00
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5?30
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5251

5550
5551
5801
59 '5
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SECTION
NO.
8
9
10
LAB (1,2:00-5:00) (1)
LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (O
LAB1Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
(W 1:00-3:00) (4)
LAB (F 1:00-5:00) (0)
(MWF 10:00) (4)
(0)
(0)
(0)
HU PHYS ANAT
HU PHYS ANAT
HU PHYS ANAT
FIELD BOTANY
FIELD BOTANY
FIELD ZOOLOGY
FIELD ZOOLOGY LAB(M 2:00-5:00)
CELL PHYS (TTh 12:30"1:45) (4)
CELL PHYS LAB (M 2:00"5:00) (0)
CELL PHYS LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
BIOLOGY HONORS (TBA) (1)
COMP VERT ANAT (TTh 8:00) (4)
COMP VERT ANAT LAB TTh 2:00"5:00)
MICROBIOL (TTh 8:00) (4)
MICROBIOL LAB (TTh 10:00-12:00)
MICROBIOL LAB (TTh 10:00-12:00)
RES PROB BIOL (TBA) (2)
RES PROB BIOL (TBA) (2)
BIOLOGY HONORS (TBA) (2)
MYCOLOGY (MWF 10:00) (4)
MYCOLOGY LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
INVERT ZOOLOGY (MWF 11:00) (4)
INVERT ZOOLOGY LAB (Th 2:00-5:00)
PHYCOLOGY (MWF 8:00) (4)
PHYCOLOGY LAB (F 2:00"5:00) (0)
ECOLOGY (MWF 10:00) (4)
ECOLOGY LAB (M 2:0Q-5:00) (0)
ECOLOGY LAB (T 2:00"5:00) (0)
ICHTHYOLOGY (TTh 11:00) (4)
ICHTHYOLOGY LAB (TTh 2:00"5:00)
COMP ANIM PHYSIOL (MWF 9:00) (4)
COMP ANIM PHYSIOL LAB (W 2:00-5:00
PRIN BIOCHEM I (MWF 11:00) (4)
PRIN BIOCHEM I LAB (T 2:00-5:00)
PRIN BIOCHEM I LAB (W 2
INTERNSHIP (TBA) tl)
SEMINAR (TBA) (l)
TOPICS CELL BIOL (TTh 6
biogeography (s 9:00-11
res prob biol (tba) (2)
res prob biol (tba) (2)
intro research (m 6:00"8:00) (2)
internship (tba) (1)
thesis (tba) (3)
Thesis (tba) (3)
residency (tba) (0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
: 00-5:00)
: 30-8:00)
:00) (3)
(0)
(0)
o:
ED (Business Education)
1
1
1
� �2
'�U1
f1
iSESECTION
JI0.NO.
BEGIN TYPEWRITING (MTThF 12:00) (2)
INTERM TYPEWRITING (MTThF 11:00) (2)
ADV TYPEWRITING (MTThF 1:00) (2)
INTRO TO OATA PROCESG (TTh 9:00) (2)
INTRO TO DATA PROCESG (TTh 12:00) (2)
BEGIN SHORTHAND (MTThF 9:00) (3)
INTERM SHORTHAND (MTThF 10:00) (3)
� c
!45
-
-
tr-jcq
INTRO TO TRANS (TTh 12:00) (2)
EARLY EXP FOR PROS TEACH (T 5:00) (1)
BUS TECH I REPROG (TTh 12:00) (2)
BUS TECH I REPROG (TTh 10:00) (2)
BUS TECH II OFF MACH (TTh 2:00) (2)
BUS TECH II OFF MACH (TTh 3:00) (2)
APPLIED TYPEWRITING (MWF 8:00) (2)
BUS COMMUNICATIONS (MWF 9:00) (3)
DIST TECH I MDSNG (MWF 9:00) (3)
ADV SHORTHAND (MTThF 11:00) (3)
OFC SIM 4 WORD PROCSG (MWF 12:00) (3)
ADMIN MANAGEMENT (MWF 8:00) (3)
INTERN SUP WK EXP (TBA) (1)
INTERNSSUP WK EXP (TBA) (2)
INTERN SUP WK EXP (TBA) (3)
INTERN SUP WK EXP (TBA) (4)
DIST TECH II: PROMOTION (MWF 10:00) (3)
SEC PROCEDURES (MWF 2:00) (3)
MM TCH BUS SUBJ (MTWThF 2:00"5:00)(3 )(830-lO5)
$EW BUEO 1 OE PHIL CONCEPTS,(Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
SEM: BUEO &'Dt WlNS (MWF 2:00) (3) r,T a
SEM: BUED 4 DE CREDIT MGT (M 6:309:30) (3)
PROB IN BUED SEC SCIENCE (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
PROB IN BUED BASIC BUED 4 ECON (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
BUSA (Business Administration)
"002
?002
.
-
3242
: 4?
i
rw
�'42
3352
3352
3352
3 352
3352
3722
3722
:722
3722
3722
3722
33?
3332
3832
3832
3832
3832
3832
�?362
4362
112
4462
4462
4462
4562
1 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 8:0C) (3)
2 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 9:00) (3)
3 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
4 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
5 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
6 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
7 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 12:00) (3)
8 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 1:00) (3)
9 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 2:00) (3)
10 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 8:00) (3)
11 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 9:00) (3)
12 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 12:00) (3)
13 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 1:00) (3)
14 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
15 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
16 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
17 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
18 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 11:00) (3)
19 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 9:00) (3)
20 INTRO T.0 BUS (MWF 9:00) (3)
21 INTRO TO BUS (MWF 12:00) (3)
22 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
23 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
24 INTRO TO BUS (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
25 INTRO TO BUS (MWF' 1:00) (3)
1 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (MWF 8:00) (3)
2 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (MWF 8:00) (3)
3 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (MWF 9:00) (3)
4 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
5 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (MWF 1:00) (3)
6 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
7 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
8 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (MWF 9:00) (3)
9 LEGAL ENVIR BUS (MWF 12:00) (3)
1 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (MWF 10:00) (3)
2 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (MWF 10:00) 3)
3 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (TTh 9:30"11:00)
4 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (TTh 9:30-11:00)
5 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (MWF 11:00) (3)
6 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (TTh 8:00-9:30)
7 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (TTh 8:00-9:30)
8 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (MWF 11:00) (3)
9 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT (MWF 12:00) (3)
1 INTERNATIONAL BUS (MWF 9:00) (3)
2 INTERNATIONAL BUS (TTh 9:30-11:00)
3 INTERNATIONAL BUS (MWF 11:00) (3)
V INTERNATIONAL BUS (MWF 11:00) (3)
5 INTERNATIONAL BUS (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
6 INTERNATIONAL BUS (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
1 OPERATIONS MGT (MWF 12:00) (3)
2 OPERATIONS MGT (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
3 OPERATIONS MGT (MWF 10:00) (3)
4 OPERATIONS MGT (TTh 8:00"9:30)
5 OPERATIONS MGT (MWF 9:00i (3)
6 OPERATIONS MGT (MWF 1:00) (3)
1 MARKETING MGT (MWF 9:00) (3)
2 MARKETING MGT (MWF 1:00) (3)
3 MARKETING MGT (TTh 8:00-9:30)
4 MARKETING MGT (TTh 11:0OM2:30)
5 MARKETING MET (MWF 8:00) (3)
6 MARKETING MGT (MWF 1:00) (3)
7 MARKETING MGT (TTh 11:00-12:30)
1 RETAIL MGT (MWF 8:00) (3)
2 RETAIL MGT (MWF 10:00) (3)
1 MANPOWER MGT (MWF 11:00) (3)
2 MANPOWER MGT (MWF 1:00) (3)
3 MANPOWER MGT (MWF 9:00) (3)
4 MANPOWER MGT (MWF 10:00) (3)
1 MARKETING STRATEGY (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
Business Administration (continued) '
COURSE
NO.
4562
4652
4662
4662
4662
H662
4732
4732
4732
4752
"?752
4842
H8�f2
4842
4842
4852
4852
4862
4962
4962
6102
6162
6222
6602
6642
6722
6812
SECTION
Wi
2
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
1.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MARKETING STRATEGY (TTh 11:00:12:30) (3)
COMMERCIAL BANK MGT (MWF 11:00) (3)
MARKETING RESEARCH (MWF UOO) (3)
MARKETING RESEARCH (MWF 12:00) (3)
MARKETING.RESEARCH (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
MARKETING RESEARCH (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR (MWF 10:00) (3)
CONSUMER &EH AVI OR (MWF 8:00) (3)
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR (MWF 2:00) (3)
ADV 4 PROMOTION MGT (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
MGT (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
ADV 4 PROMOTION
BUSINESS POLICY
BUSINESS POLICY
BUSINESS POLICY
BUSINESS POLICY
PR INC OF REAL
PR INC OF REAL
(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
ESTATE (MWF 11:00) (3)
ESTATE (MWF 12:00) (3)
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
TOPICS IN MGT 4 MKT (TTh 12:30"2:00) (3)
TOPICS IN MGT & MKT (MWF 10:00) (3)
MGT AND ORG (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
MARKETING MGT (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
MGT SCIENCE I (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
MGT SCIENCE II (W 6:30"9:30) (3)
BUS MKT RESEARCH (M 6:30"9:30) (3)
BUS POLICIES (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
ENTREPRENEURS IP (Th 6:30"9:30) (3)
COHE
3000
4000
4500
4501
4502
4989
4990
6000
6100
6200
6201
6500
6501
6502
6990
6991
(Comffunity Health)
WWcg fiSV.JU.
INTERN COW HUH EDUC TB� M) ,�
,N0EP STUDY (TBA 2
,N0EP STUDY TBA 2
INDEP STUDY (TBA) (3)
INTERN COMM HLTH TBA
INTERN COMM HLTH (TBA)
(3)
(3)
CORS (Correctional Services)
1000
1000
2000
3000
3001
3002
4000
1
2
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYS MWF 8:00 3
CIRMINAL JUSTICE SYS (MWF 9:00) 3
CRIMINAL OFFENDER Th 1 :00 2-�M3
RESIDENTIAL INSITUTIONS (TTh :00 3.00) lJ
COMM CORRECTIONS (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
JUVENILE JUST SYS (MWF 8:00) (3)
ISS 4 PROB IN LAW ENFORC (T 6:30:30) (3)
CSCI (Computer Science)
CHEM (Chemistry)
0150
0150
0150
0150
1020
1020
1120
1120
1120
1120
1120
1120
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1121
1150
1150
1150
1150
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1151
1160
1161
1161
1161
1161
2250
2251
2251
2620
2621
2621
2621
2650
2651
2651
2750
2750
2751
2751
2751
2751
2760
2761
COURSE
NO.
3450
3451
3950
3951
3951
4505
4506
4507
4515
4516
4517
5350
5351
5550
5750
6103
6250
6500
6501
6503
650
6505
6995
6999
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
1
1
2
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
1
1
SECT
NO
PREP COL CHEM (MWF 8:00) (2)
PREP COL CHEM (MWF 8:00) (2)
PREP COL CHEM (MWF 10:00) (2)
PREP COL GHEM (MWF 10:00) (2)'
GEN DESCRIP CHEM (MTWF 9:00) (4)
GEN DESCRIP CHEM (MWThF 11:00) (4)
BASIC GEN & ORG CHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
ORG CHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
ORG CHEM (TTh I2:30"1:t5)
BASIC GEN 4
BASIC GEN 4
BASIC GEN 4
(3)
ORG CHEM (TTh 12:3C"1:45) (3)
BASIC GEN & ORG CHEM (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
BASIC GEN & ORG CHEM (TTh 2:00"3:15) (3)
1584
1584
2200
3600
3600
3600
3601
3601
3601
3608
3608
4600
6426
5774
6702
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASIC GEN
BASJC GEN
ORG CHEM L (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (M 3:00"6:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (T 8:00-11:O0)( 1)
ORG CHEM L (T 11:00-2:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (T 3:00"6:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (T 3:00"6:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (W 12:0C"3:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (W 12:00"3:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (W 3:00-6:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (W 3:00-6:00) (1)
ORG CHEM L (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
L (Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
L (Th 3:00-6:00) (1)
L ITh 3:00-6:00) (l)
00) (3)
1
2
1
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
LINEA ALG COM APPLIC (MWF 11:00) (3)
LINEA ALG COM APPLIC MWF 1:00 3
HAND HELD CALCULATOR (TTh 2:00) )
INTRO DIGIT COMPUT (MWF 10:00 3
INTRO DIGIT COMPUT (MWF 12:00) (3)
INTRO DIGIT COMPUT (MWF 2:00)
COMP ORG 4
COMP ORG 4
COMP ORG 4
COBOL (MWF
COBOL (MWF
PROGR (MWF
PROGR (MWF
PROGR (MWF
11:00) (2)
2:00) (2)
10:00) (3)
:00)
:00)
(3)
(3)
SYSTEMS ANAL (MWF 9:00) (3)
SWTCH THEO 4 MACH ORG (MWF 2:00) (3)
PROGR FOR RESRCH (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTRO INFO PROCESS (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
ORG CHEM
ORG CHEM
ORG CHEM
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 8:00) (3)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 10:00) (3)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL
MWF
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 1:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
(M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
(T 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 2:00-5:00) (1)
(W 2:00-5:00) (i)
(W 2:00-5:00) (l)
(Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
(Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
(Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
(Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
(M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
(T 2:00-5:00 (1)
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
GEN CHEM QUAL ANAL L
QUANT 4, INSTRUM ANAL (MWF 11:00) (3)
QUANT 6 INSTR ANAL L (MW 2:00-5:00) (2)
QUANT 4 INSTR ANAL L (TTh 2:00-5:00) (2)
BASIC BI0CH91 (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
BASIC BIOCHEM L (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (M 3:00-6:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM L (T 8:00-11:00) (l)
ORG CHEM LIFE SCI (MWThF 11:00) (4)
L (T 8:00-11:00) (l)
L (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
ORG CHEM LIFE SCI
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ORGANIC CHEM (MWF 8:00) (3)
ORGANIC CHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
L (MW 2:00-5:00) (2)
L (MW 3:00-6:00) (2)
L (TTh 8:00-11:00) (2)
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ORGANIC CHEM (MWF 1:00) (3)
ORGANIC CHEM L (TTh 2:00"5:00) (2)
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ORGANIC CHEM
ORGANIC CHEM
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ELEM INORG GHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
aEM INORG CHEM L (W 2:00"5:00) (l)
PHYSICAL CHEM (MTThF 10:00) (4)
PHYSICAL CHEM L (M 2:005:00) (1)
PHYSICAL CHEM L (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
INDEPENDENT STUOY (TBA) (1)
INDEPENDENT STUOY (TBA) (2)
INDEPENDENT STUOY (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH PROB CHEM (TBA) (1)
RESEARCH PROB CHEM (TBA) (2)
RESEARCH PROB CHEM (TBA) (3)
INSTRUM ANAL I (TTh 1:00) (2)
INSTRUM ANAL L I (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
ADV INORG CHEM (MWF 11:00) (3)
ADV ORGAN CHEM (MWF VO0) (3)
CHEM SEMINAR (TBA) (ij
ADV ANAL CHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
INTRO RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH (TBA) (2)
RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH (TBA) (4)
RESEARCH (TBA) (5)
THFSIS (TBA) (3)
RESIDENCE (TBA) (0)
COAS (Coastal & Marine Resources)
SURV COAST MARINE ENVIR (TTh 9:00)
MAN AND THE SEA SEM (TBA) (l)
COASTAL MARINE ANAL (TBA) (3)
21251
50251
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COED (Counselor Education)
5358
5358
5358
5360
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6H05
6500
6521
6990
6991
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TESTS 4 MEAS (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
TESTS 4 MEAS (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
TESTS & MEAS (TTh 2:00"3:30) (3)
PRIN OF GUIDANCE (W 6:30-9:30) (2)
ANAL INOIV (M'2:00-5:00) (3)
THE INFORMATION SERV (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
COUNSEL. THEORY TECH (TTh 9:30"10:H5) (3)
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GROUP "PROCEDURES (W 6:30-9:30) (2)
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DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (2)
COUNSELING INTERNSHIP (TBA)
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1011
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(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
(TBA) (8)
�830-105
COURSE
NO.
532
U533
53
5309
5312
5316
5316
5317
5317
6W05
615
616
6V17
618
6h19
621
625
6H30
6U88
SECTION
NO.
PROB IN EDUC (TBA) (1)
PROB IN EDUC (TBA) (1)
PROB IN EDUC (TBA) (1)
FOUND CURR ER CHI ED (Th 6:30"9:30) (3)
IMPROV READ INSTR (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
APPLIED PHONICS (TTh 2:00"3:15) (3)
APPLIED PHONICS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
READ JR & SR HI SCH (TTh 12:30"1:V5) (3)
READ JR & SR HI SCH (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
INVEST TCH READING (T 6:309:30) (3)
TEACH OF TCH ELEM SCH (W 6:30"9:30) (3)
PROB LO ELEM GRADES (TBA) (3)
PROB UPPER ELEM GRADES (TBA) (3)
READ THE LEARN BASES (T 6:30"9:30(3)
FOUND OF READ (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
ID & EVAL READ DIS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
ELEM SCH CURR (T 6:30"9:30) (3)
ORG & MANAG READ PROG (W 6:30"9:30) (3)
ADV LANG ARTS ELEM SC (Th 6:30"9:30) (3)
ENGL (English)
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
COURSE
NO.
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1200
9:30-lO:W5)
9:30-lO:U5)
11:00-12:15)
11:00-12:15)
8:00) (3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1 COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
2 COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
3 COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
5 COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
� COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
7 COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
8 COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
9 COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
10 COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30"10:H5)
11 COMPOSITION (TTh
12 COMPOSITION (TTh
13 COMPOSITION (TTh
1 COMPOSITION (TTh
15 COMPOSITION (MWF
16 COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
17 COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
18 COMPOSITION �'(MWF 000) (3)
19 COMPOSITION (MWF �.O0) (3)
20 COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
21 COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
22 COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
23 COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
2V COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
25 COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
26 COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
27 COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
28 COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
?9 COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
30 COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
31 COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
32 COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
33 COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
3 COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
35 COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
36 COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
37 COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
38 COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
39 COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
UO COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
1 COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
2 COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
H3 COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-lO:U5)
M� COMPOSITION (TTh
H5 COMPOSITION (TTh
U6 COMPOSITION (TTh
�7 COMPOSITION (TTh
8 COMPOSITION (TTh
H9 COMPOSITION (TTh
50 COMPOSITION (TTh
51 COMPOSITION (TTh
52 COMPOSITION ITTh
53 COMPOSITION (TTh
51 COMPOSITION (TTh
55 COMPOSITION (TTh
56 COMPOSITION (TTh
57 COMPOSITION (TTh
58 COMPOSITION (TTh
59 COMPOSITION (TTh
60 COMPOSITION (TTh
61 COMPOSITION (TTh
62 COMPOSITION (MWF
63 COMPOSITION (MWF
6�t COMPOSITION (MWF
65 COMPOSITION (MWF
66 COMPOSITION (MWF
67 COMPOSITION (MWF
68 COMPOSITION (MWF
69 COMPOSITION (MWF
70 COMPOSITION (MWF
71 COMPOSITION (MWF
72 COMPOSITION (MWF
73 COMPOSITION (MWF
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1250
2100
2100
2100
2123
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2300
2710
2750
2750
2750
2750
3260
320
3H60
3H70
370
3570
3570
3570
3570
3570
3570
3570
3600
3610
3620
3630
3710
3750
3760
3810
38H0
3850
3860
3870
3880
020
H070
H090
H120
H200
323
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H530
U550
H555
U890
H891
U910
��950
H950
�950
H960
5190
5370
2
3

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1?
13
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
2
3

5
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
2
3

1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
I
5
6
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMP HONORS
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
INTRO
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
RECENT
9:00) (3)
2:00) (3)
3:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
11:00-12:15) (3)
11:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
8:00) (3)
12:30-1:5) (3)
12:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(T 9:30-l0:5) (l)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
(TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
(TTh 12:30-1:H5) (3)
(TTh 9:30-l0:H5) (3)
(TTh 12:30-1:H5) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
BRIT AM WR (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MW
(TTh
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(TTh
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
BRITISH WR
BRITISH WR
BRITISH WR
ENGL EDUC
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
ENGL GRAM (MWF 9:00) (3)
GRAM LING ELEM MAJ (TTh 9:30"10:H5) (3)
GRAM LING EL9 MAJOR (MWF 11:00) (3)
GRAM LING ELEM MAJ (MWF 1:00) (3)
GRAM LING ELEM MAJ (MWF 11:00) (3)
BLACK LIT AMER (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
THE SHORT STORY (TTh 12:30"1:5) (3)
CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY (TTh 12:30-1:H5) (3)
MODERN FANTASY (MWF 10:00) (3)
MODERN FANTASY (MWF 2:00) (3)
AMER FOLKLORE (MWF 10:00) (3)
FOLKLORE (MWF 11:00) (3)
FOLKLORE (TTh 9:30"10:U5) (3)
FOLKLORE (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
FOLKLORE (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
FOLKLORE (MWF 9:00) (3)
FOLKLORE (MWF 1:00) (3)
HOMER TO DANTE (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
VAL IN LIT (MWF 12:00) (3)
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
AMER
FROM
HUMAN
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
ORIENTAL LIT (MWF 10:00) (3)
BIBLE AS LIT (TTh 9:30"10:H5) (3)
ADV ENGL GRAM (MWF 11:00) (3)
INTRO LING (MWF 9:00) (3)
LING THEORY SP CLINIC (MWF 8:00) (3)
ADV COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30"10:5) (3)
INTRO LING (TTh 12:30"1:5) (3)
INTRO FICT WR (TTh 3:30"��:H5) (3)
INTRO NON FICT WR (MWF 9:00) (3)
INTRO EDIT & ABSTR (TTh 9:30-l0:5) (3)
WRIT BUS & INDUSTRY (MWF 8:00) (3)
CHAUCER (MWF 8:00) (3)
SHAKESPEARE HIST (MWF 12:00) (3)
SHAKESPEARE TRAG (MWF 9:00) (3)
18TH CENT LIT (MWF 11:00) (3)
AMER LIT: 1820-1865 (MWF 9:00) (3)
TEACH ENGL HIGH SC (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (3)
DIRECTED REAOINGS (TBA) (3)
SPEC TOPICS SEMINAR (TTh 9:30-lO:H5) (3)
SENIOR HONORS SEMINAR (TBA) (3)
SENIOR HONORS SEMINAR (TBA) (3)
PRACT: CAREERS IN WR (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
PRACT: CAREERS IN WR (TBA) (6)
FILM LIT & HIST I (MW 2:00"H:00) (3)
LIT FOR CHILO (MWF 1:00) (3)
LIT FOR CHILD (MWF 2:00) (3)
LIT FOR CHILD (MWF 9:00) (3)
LIT FOR HIGH SCH (TTh 9:30"10:5) (3)
AESTHETIC MOV9ENT (MWF 1:00) (3)
20TH CENT BRIT AM NOV (TTh3:30-�i:H5) (3)
COURSE
N,Or
SECTION
ML
is:
.
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5201
5301
5H601
56701
57001
57101
5801
58501
58601
58801
60101
61101
61501
62101
63101
66501
69501
69601
69801
69951
69961
69991
.PRE-SHAKESPEARE
ENGL DRAMA 1660
EARLY 20TH C�T
EARLY 20TH CENT
DRAMA (W 6:30-9t30 U1
-1900 (MWF 10:00) (3)
DRAMA (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
DRAMA (TTh 9:30-10:�6) (3)
:V5)
3)
(3)
20TH C9IT LIT CRITIC (TTh 12:30-1
LING & CULT HIST (TTh 9:30"10:H5)
MODERN GRAM (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
ADV POETRY WR (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
ADV FICT WR (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
ADV NON-FICT WR (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
ADV WRIT BUS 4 INO (TTh 12:30"1:5)
MEDIEVAL ENGL LIT (TTh 11:00-12:15)
EARLY 17 C ENGL LIT (MWF 11:00) (3)
BLAKE WORDSW COLERDGE (M 6:30"9:30)
AMER RENAISSANCE (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
MODERN AMER NOV (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
BIBLIOG & METH (Th 6:309:30) (3)
PROB IN TEACH COMP (Th 6:30"9:30) (3)
METH TEACH ENGL (T 6:30-9:30) C)
ADV STUD IN CHILD LIT (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
RESIDENCE (T9A) (0)
(3)
(3)
(3)
FINA (Finance)
11:00-12:15) (3)
11:00-12:15) (3)
12:30-1:5) (3)
12:30-1:5) (3)
12:30"1:5) (3)
9:30-lO:H5) (3)
12:30"1:H5) (3)
12:30-1:5) (3)
2:00-3:15) (3)
11:00-12:15) (3)
2:00
2:00
:00-
:00-
:30'
3:15)
3:15)
3:15)
3:15)
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30-H:5)
30 5)
30"H:5)
9:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
1:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
2:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
1:00) (3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
372
372H
372H
372V
372H
372
372H
301
H86H
61HH
660H
1
2
3

5
6
7
1
1
1
1
FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL
MGT
MGT
MGT
MGT
MGT
MGT
MGT
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(TTh
(MWF
(TTh
8:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
2:00-3:30)
1:00) (3)
8:00-9:30)
(3)
(3)
INVESTMENTS (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
LIFE INSURANCE (TTh 6:00-9:30) (3)
FINA MGMT I (F 6:30-9:30) (3)
FINA MGMT II (F 6:30"9:30) (3)
FREN (French)
SECTION
NO.
7
75
76
77
78
79
SO
81
82
83
8
85
86
87
88
89
90
1
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
COMPOSITION
(TTh 9:30"10:5) (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
(MWF 2:001, (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
(TTh 9:30-l0:5) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
1001
1001
1001
1001
1001
1001
1002
1002
1002
1003
1003
1003
1003
1003
100H
100H
2100
2103
2108
2220
2228
3215
3231
323
5521
1
2
3

5
6
1
2
3
1
2
3

9
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ELEM
ELEM
ELffl
ELEM
ELEM
ELEM
ELEM
El EM
ELEM
FRENCH (MWF 9:00) (3)
FRENCH (MWF 10:00) (3)
FRENCH (MWF 10:00) (3)
FRENCH (MWF 11:00) (3)
FRENCH (MWF 1:00) (3)
FRENCH (MWF 2:00) (3)
FRWCH (MWF 9:00) (3)
FRENCH (MWF 11:00) (3)
FRflUCH (MWF 1:00) (3)
INTERMED FRENCH (MWF 8:00) (3)
INTERMEO FRENCH (MWF 10:00) (3)
INTERMED FRENCH (MWF 11:00) (3)
INTERMED FRENCH (MWF 12:00) (3)
INTERMED FRENCH (MWF 1:00) (3)
INTERMED FRENCH 9:00) O)
INTERMFO FRBICH (MWF 12:00) (3)
CONTWP FRAWCE ITT 11:00) (?)
REVIEW OF GRAMMAR (MWF 9:00) (3)
CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH (MWF 11:00) (3)
FRBICH LIT IN TRANSL (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
INTRO STUDY OF LIT (W 2:00) (U
PRACTICAL PHONETICS (TTh 9:30) (2)
FREN LIT MIO AGES REN (MWF 10:00) (3)
METH TCHNC FRGN LANS (NWF 1:00) (3)
SPEC TOPICS FREN STUO (MWF 12:00) (3)
GEOG (Geography)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
2001
1
2
3

5
6
7
EARTH & MAN (MWF 8:00) (3)
EARTH & MAN (MriF 9:00) (3)
EARTH A MAN (MWF 10:00) (3)
EARTH A MAN (MWF 11:00) (3)
EARTH A MAN (MWF 12(00) (3)
EARTH A MAN (MWF 1:00) (3)
EARTH
EARTH
MAN
(TTh 3t30-lO:5)
(MWF 2:00) (3)
3J
1 WORLD GEOG PI 1 ttF 11:00) (3)
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12 FOUNTAINHEAO
22 February 1979
Geography (continued)
History (continued)
2003
2003
2004
2005
2005
2008
2008
2123
3000
3002
3003
3004
3005
3046
3050
3054
3055
3072
3073
COURSE
NO.
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economic
(MWF
(MWF
10:00) (3)
8:00) (3)
PHYS GGDG PT
PHYS GEOC PT 1
PHYS GEOG PT 1
MAP READ INTER
MAP READ INTER
EARLY EX PROS
(MWF 9:00) (4)
LAB (Th 1:00-3:00) (0)
LAB (Th 3:00-5:00) (0)
(TTh 9:00-11:00) (3)
(TTh 1:00800) (3)
TEACH (TBA) (l)
SECT II
NO.
1
1
1
1
2
POPULATION (TTh 9:00) (2)
COASTAL GEOG (MWF 10:00) (3)
POLITICAL GEOG (TTh 9:00) (2)
URBAN GEOG (MWF 10:00) (3)
GEOG ENV RESOURCES (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
USi CANADA (MWF 11:00) (3)
AFRICA (MWF 9:00) (3)
CARIBBEAN (TTh 12:00) (2)
NORTH CAROLINA (TTh 11:00) (2)
CARTOGRAPHY (TTh 2:00-4:00)-(3)
QUANTITATIVE GEOG (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
GEOG SEMINAR (Th 2:00) (1)
GEOG OF AGRICULTURE (T 1:00-3:00) (2)
SOILS (M 2:005:00) (3)
AIR PHOTO INTER (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
AIR PHOTO INTER (TTh 9:00-11:00) O)
MAP COMPIL & OES (TTh 9:00-11:00)
RES (W 2:005:00) (3)
HYDROLOGY & WATER
PROBLEMS (TBA) (1)
PROBLEMS (TBA) (3)
ECONOMIC SEMINAR (Th 2:0O"4:30
CULT GEOG SEM (T 2:00"4:30) (2)
RESEARCH URBAN (TBA) (3)
ECONOMIC (TBA) (3)
CARTOGRAPHY (TBA) (3)
PHYSICAL (TBA) (3)
GEOG EDU (TBA) )3)
(TBA) (3)
!TBA) (3)
(2)
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
READINGS
THESIS
THESIS (TBA) (3)
RESIDENCE (TBA) (3)
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4
5
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1
1
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PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PETROLOGY
GEOLOGY (T 6
GEOLOGY (TTh
GEOLOGY (MWF
GEOL LAB (M
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
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(�'
(T
(T
(T
(T
(W
(U
(w
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(Th
(Th
(Th
:30"9:30) (3)
9:3010:U5) (3)
12:00) (3)
12:00-3:00) (1)
12:00-3:00) (1)
3:00-6:00) (1)
3:00-6:00) (l)
12:00-3:00) (1)
12:00-3:00) (l)
3:00-6:00) (1)
3:00-6:00) (l)
12:00-3:00) (l)
12:00-3:00) (1)
3:00-6:00) (1)
3:00-6:00) (1)
12:00-3:00
12:00-3:00
3:00-6:00)
3:00-6:00)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
LAB
11:00) (4)
PETROLOGY LAB (MW 1:00-3:00) (0)
INTRO FIELD METHODS (T 12:00) (?)
INTRO FIELD METH LAB (Th 12:00-3:00)
PALEONTOLOGY (MWF 9:00) (4)
PALEONTOLOGY LAB (W 3:00"6:00) (0)
OPTICAL MINERALOGY (MW 10:00) (3)
OPTICAL MINERALOGY LAB
DIRECTED STUDIES (TBA)
STUDIES (TBA)
STUDIES (TBA)
GEOL (TTh 9:30-lO:U5) (4)
GEOL LAB (F 1:00-4:00) (0)
(0
(M 1:00-4:00) (0)
(2)
(?)
i. 1
10:45
GER (Gernan)
05
4 3 2 3
DIRECTED
ECONOMIC
ECONOMIC GEOL LAB (F 1:00-4:00
SEDIMENTARY PET (TTh 11:00) (3)
SEDIMENTARY PET LAB (Th 3:00-6:00) (0)
CLAY MINER (MW 9:00) ?)
CLAY MINER LAB (T 12:00-3:00) (0)
READINGS IN GEOL (TBA) (1)
READINGS IN GEOL (TBA) (1)
SEMINAR IN GEOL (TBA) (1)
SEMINAR IN GEOL (TBA) (1)
INTRO TO RESEARCH (W 1?:00-?:00) r )
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
rSICAL GEOLOGY (MwP T:00) (3)
EL EM GERMAN (MWF 9:00) (3)
ELEM GERMAN (MWF 12:00) (3)
ELEM GERMAN (MWF 12:00) (3)
INTERM GERMAN (MWF 12:00) (3)
INTERM GERMAN (MWF 1:00) (3)
GERMAN CIVIL (MWF 10:00) (3)
INTRO TO STUDY OF LIT (W 2:00) (1)
ADV GRAMMAR 4 COMP (MWF 12:00) (3)
GERM LIT BEG-ENLIGHT (MWF 11:00) (3)
NATURALISM TO PRESENT (MWF 9:00) (3)
METH TCHNG FRGN LANG (MWF 1:00) (3)
20TH CENT DRAMA (TTh 9:30"10:45) (3)
HIST (History)
10HO
� -
1040
10U0

1QU0
1040
10HC
iQHO
1040
1041
1041
1050
1050
1050
1050
105C
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
105.0
1050
1050
1050
1050
1051
1051
1051
1051
1051
1051
1051
1051
1051
1051
1550
1552
2123
210
200
3011
3050
3100
3100
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
11
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
WORLD
HIS TTO
HIST TO
HIST TO
HIST TO
HIST TO
HIST TO
HIS TTO
HIST TO
HIST TO
HIST TO
HIST TO
HIST TO
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
(TTh
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(TTh
(MWF
(MWF
8:00-9:30)
8:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
11:00)
11:00)
12:00)
12:00)
12:30-1:15)
1:00) (3)
1:00) (3)
(3)
(3!
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
HIST EUR SINCE 1500 (MWF
HIST EUR SINCE 1500 (TTh
HIST EUR SINCE 1500 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (TTh 8
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF 9
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (TTh
AMER HIST TO 1877 (TTh
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (TTh
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (TTh
AMER HIST SI. 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST SI 1877 (MWF
AMER HIST TO 1877 (MWF
WORLD HIST TO 1500 (MWF
9:00) (3)
9:30-10:45) (3)
10:00) (3)
009:15) (3)
9:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
9:3010:45) (3)
9:30"10:U5) (3)
10:00) (3)
10:00)
10:00)
11:00)
12:00)
12:00)
12:00)
12:30-
1:00)
2:00)
9:00)
9:00)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1:45)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
9:30"10:45)
10:00) (3)
11:00)
12:00)
12:00)
12:00)
1:00)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
ERLY EXPER PROSP TCHR (M 11:00) (1)
WOMEN IN AMER HIST (MWF 10:00) (3)
HIST (MWF 1:00) (3)
1888 (MWF 9:00) (3)
I (MWF 9:00) (3)
ST (MWF 9:00) (3)
GR EUR PERSON
CONS HI US SI
REPRESEN AMER
NO CAROLINA H
COURSE
NO.
3100
3100
3110
3110
3120
3??5
3240
3405
3415
3610
3710
3780
4200
U300
U323
4521
4522
4551
5141
5440
5460
5910
5930
6025
6030
6050
6370
6900
6993
6995
6996
6999
SECT ION
NO.
3
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NO CAROLINA HIST (MWF 11:00 3
NO CAROLINA HIST (MWF 12:00) (3)
HIST OF BLACK AMER (MWF 2:00) (3
HIST OF BLACK AMER 6:30-9:30) (3)
AM MILITARY H1ST (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
SEC 4 CIVIL WAR (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
AGE OF FDR ERA (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
HIST ANCIENT GREECE (TTh 9:30"10:45) 131
MIDDLE AGES (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
HIS F EAST TO 1600 (MWF 10:00 3
INT LA HIS COL PER (MWF 11:00) (3)
MEX & CENTRAL AMER (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
DIP HIST OF US (TTh 9:30"10:H5) (3)
NO CAR HIS TO 1835 (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
TEACHING OF SOC STUD (MTWTh 9:00"11:00) (3)
(830-105)
DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (1)
DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (1)
HONORS (TBA) (3) t , ,
THE NEW SOUTH (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
20TH CENT ENGL (MWF 12:00) (3)
HIS BALKANS 20 CEN (MWF 11:00) (3)
INT ADM ARC HI MAN (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
FLD LAB ST MUS HIS (W 3:006:00) (3)
PRSM AM REV ERLY REP (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
MID PER AM HIST (MWF 9:00) (3)
IN US SI 1929 (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
(TBA) (1)
PRSM
PRSM
PRSM
HIST
19 CEN EUR HI
INTRO TO RESH
DIRECTED RES STUDY
THESIS (TBA) (2)
THESIS (TBA) (2)
RESIDENCE (TBA) (0)
Hlth (Health)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
2123
2125
2125
2125
2125
2125
2125
2125
3220
3240
3244
3244
3244
3244
3244
3244
�3261
4310
�4323
4348
4348
4501
5345
5355
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
HLTH
INT
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOO
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
(WF 8:00) (2)
(TTh 8:00) (2)
(MW 8:00) (2)
(MW 8:00) (2)
(TTh 9:00) (2)
(TTh 9:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(TTh 10:00) (2)
(WF 11:00) (2)
(WF 11:00) (2)
(MW 11:00) (2)
(TTh 11:00) (2)
(TTh 11:00) (2)
(TTh 1?:00) (2)
(MW 12:00) (2)
(TTh 1:00) (2)
MOD SOC (TTh 1:00) (2)
MOD SOC (MW 2:00) (2)
MOD SOC (TTh 2:00) (2)
MOD SOC (TTh 2:00) (2)
MOD SOC (MW 3:00) (2)
MOD SOC (TTh 3:00) (2)
MOD SOC (MW 3:00) (2)
MOD SOC (M �:30-8:30) (2)
MOD SOC (T 6:30-8:30) (2)
MOD SOC (W 6:30-8:30) (2)
MOD SOC (Th 6:30-8:30) (2)
& OR TCH HLTH (M 6:30"8:30)
ED 4 F A (TTh 8:00) (2)
ED 4 F A (TTh 9:00) (2)
ED & F A (TTh 10:00) (2)
ED & F A (MW 10:00) (2)
ED 4 F A (TTh 11:00) (2)
ED & F A (WF 12:00) (2)
ED 4 F A (MW 2:00) (2)
FOUND SPTS MED (MWF 8:00-10:00)
Home Ec
COURSE
NO,
4328
4325
4329
4351
4351
4380
4390
4391
4500
4501
4502
4521
H990
4991
5002
5309
5313
5321
5321
5329
5332
5333
5334
5337
5339
5355
5356
5385
5386
5387
5990
5991
5991
5991
5991
5991
5992
5993
6403
6418
6423
6440
6500
6501
6502
6980
6981
6982
6983
6984
6985
6986
6987
6988
6989
6995
6996
6997
6999
onomics (continued)
SECTION
NO.
1
1 .
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
$T,TY 2� lie Th 10:00-1:00) (0)
QUAUTITY FOOO LAB H
SfWAR U 2:?0
smtm FJlfm T 2t0000) (3)
DISPLAY TH W oo) (3)
HGT OF "SOURCES W1Z �00-2,00)
MGT RESOURCES LAB MF U w
INDEPENDENT STUD BA 3
,ND�PEN0ENT STUOY TBA U
INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) U
READINGS IN HOME EC (JBJ) '
(0)
(3)
:00)
(3)
(3)
READINGS
FiaD EXPER IN F & � -T-
FIELD EXPERtH F � UBA) U
CHILD IN E FAMILY (W 6-JU M
INFANCY INTERV (M 12 JO
HUMAN DEV &AM REL (W 2.W
ADULT EDUC TTh 1:00) (2J
AOULT EOUC (T 0�:��'
ADV HOME MGT � if'sO
MAT 4 INFANT NUT (W fafff
TEXT ANAL (M 2:00-4:00) ro)
TEXT ANAL LAB (H 2:f � � 0)
TAILORING (TTh 2:00-4:30 m
PROB IN CLOTH 4 TEX (J 30-9
NUTRITION & COM HLTH (Th 6:30
NUTR 4 COM HLTH LAB (TMMOJ
HIST AMER HOMESJTTh 11:0012
INTERNSHIP LAB
INTERNSHIP LAB
INTERNSHIP LAB
INTERNSHIP LAB
PRESCHOOL
PRESCHOOL
PRESCHOOL
PRESCHOOL
PRESCHOOL
PRESCHOOL
(3)
:30) (3)
-8:30) (3)
:30) (3)
(0)
(TTh 9:00-12:00)(0)
(WF 9:00-1?:00) (0)
(MW 9:00-12:00) (0)
(TTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
:00)
(3)
: 00-4:00)
:30) (3)
-30-9:30)
: 00-8:00)
(0)
(3)
(3)
ADV PRESCHL INTERN (T 4:
AOV PRESCHL LAB (MWF V
PARENT EDUC (Th 6:30"9:
SEMINAR CHILD DEV (W 6:
ADV METH 4 CURRIC (W 5
SEMINAR-FOOD 4 NUTR (T 6:30"9:30) (3
INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3
INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
INTERNSHIP CHILO SPEC I (TBA) (3)
CHILD SPEC M (TBA) (3)
CLOTH & TEX (T8A) (3)
CLOTH 4 TEX (TBA) (3)
HOME EC EDUC (TBA) (3)
HOME EC EDUC (TBA) (3)
FOOO 4 NUTR I TBA)
FOOD 4 NUTR
HOUSING MGT
HOUSING MGT
(3)
(3)
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
INTERNSHIP
THESIS (TBA)
THESIS (TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(3)
(3)
(3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
RESIOENCE (TBA) (0)
(1)
SAFETY
SAFETY
SAFETY
SAFETY
SAFETY
SAFETY
SAFETY
ELM
ELM
ELM
ELM
ELM
SPTS MED PRAC
PRAC HLTH ELM
PRAC HLTH
PRAC HLTH
PRAC HLTH
PRAC HLTH
PRAC HLTH
AOM SCH COMM .
HUMAN SEX ED (M S:309:30) (3)
METH TCH HLTH (MTWThF 1:00-2:30)
HLTH EDUC PROB (MWF 10:00) (3)
HLTH EOUC PROB (MWF 1:00) (3)
IND STUDY (TBA) (2) , , ,
ALCOHOL EDUC (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
DRUG EDUC (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
(2)
(3)
HPRO (Health Professions)
PERSPEC IN HLTH CARE (W 6:30"8:30) (2)
COMM HLTH 4 ORG (M 6:308:30) (2)
COMM HLTH 4 ORG (TTh 2:00-3:00) (2)
ADM SUP CONS HLTH PR (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
ADM SUP CONS HLTH PR (T 9:30"12:30) (3)
PHYSIOLOGY (MTWThF 8:00) (5)
PSYCHIATRY (MW 8:00-9:30) (3)
RESEARCH DESIGN (T 3:00-5:00) (2)
RESEARCH DESIGN (M 6:30"8:30) (2)
RESEARCH DESIGN (MW 10:00) (2)
MEDICAL SCIENCE I (MTW 3:30-5:00) (2)
�OPEN ONLY FOR OCCT 4 PT STUDENTS OR BY PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR
??SPECIAL SECTION FOR PT STUOENTS ONLY
HSEM (Honors Seminar)
2010 1 TRAGEDY (T 7:00-9:00) (3)
21001
43001
43002
43051
?43052
43001
??43401
43501
43502
43503
43601
(TTh 10:00-12:00)
SCH (TTh 8:00) (2)
(MW 9:00) (2)
(TTh 12:00) (2)
(MW 1:00) (2)
(TTh:00) (2)
(M 6:30-8:30) (2)
(MWF 9:00-11:00) (2)
SCH
SCH
SCH
SCH
SCH
HLTH
(3)
INDT(Industrial & Technical Education)
10011INDUST CRAFTS (W 8:0011:00) (2)
10012INDUST CRAFTS (F 8:00-11:00) ?)
10301ENGINEER GRAPHICS I (MWF 10:00-12:00) (4)
10302ENGINEER GRAPHICS 1 (TTh 8:00-11:0H) (4)
10303ENGINEER GRAPHICS I (MWF 1:00-3:00) (4)
10304ENGINEER GRAPHICS 1 (TTh 2:00"5:00) (4)
?10401GRAPHIC ARTS 1 (M 1:00"3:00) (4)
10411GRAPHIC ARTS 1 L (TTh 10:00-12:00) (0)
10412GRAPHIC ARTS I L (TTh 1:00-3:00) (0)
10413GRAPHIC ARTS 1 L (WF 1:00-3:00) (0)
�10501FUND OF ELECT (MWTh 8:00) (4)
?BLOCK COURSE ENDS OCTOBER 5, 1979
?TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR A LECTURE COURSE, THE STUDENT MUST
REGISTER FOR A CORRESPONDING LAB nnnRsr thc cimc ccmcctco
HOME (Home Economics)
NO
CAROLINA HIST (MWF 10:00) (3)
1005
1006
1006
1034
1034
1035
1035
1036
1036
1151
1151
2103
2103
2103
2103
2105
2105
2105
2107
2123
2126
2126
2134
2134
2135
2180
2181
2181
2200
2201
2202
2202
2239
2290
3203
3205
3206
3210
3211
3225
3235
3280
3281
3282
3283
3286
3287
4303
4308
3417
H323
4324
4325
4326
4327
FOOO (MW
FOOD LAB
FOOD LAB
CLOTHING
CLOTH ING
CLOTH ING
CLOTH ING
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
INTRO TO
INTRO TO
FAMILY
FAMILY
FAMILY
FAMILY
NUTR hT
NUTR IT
8:00) (3)
(T 8:00-11:00) (0)
(T 2:00-5:00) (0)
CONSTR I (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
CONSTR I (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
CONSTR II (TTh 9:30-12:00) (l)
CONSTR II (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
CONSTR III (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
CONSTR HI (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
HOME EC (Th 8:00) (1)
HOME ECO (Th 8:00) (l)
8:00) (3)
8:00-9:30)
2:00-3:30)
FELATIONS
RELATIONS
RELATIONS
RELATIONS
ION (MWF 8
ION
(MWF .
(TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
(W 6:30-9:30) (3)
00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
NUTRITION (M 6:30"9:30) (3)
SAN IT 4 SAFETY (Th 8:00-11:00) (2)
ERLY EXPER PROSP TCHR (T 9:00) (1)
CONSUMER AFFAIRS (MWF 1:00) (3)
CONSUMER AFFAIRS (T 6:30"9:30) ("3)
TEXTILES (TTh 1:00) (2)
TEXTILES (T 6:30-8:30) (2i-
FASHION FUND (MWF 10:00) (3)
INTERIOR (TTh 12:00) (2)
INTERIORS LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
INTERIORS LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
INFANCY (MWF 12:00) (3)
PRESCHOOL CH4LD (TTh 11:00) (3)
PRESCHOOL CHILD LAB (TTh 10:00) (0)
PRESCHOOL CHILO LAB (TTh 2:00) (0)
CLOTHING & HUM BEH (MWF 9:00) (3)
MGT 4 THEORY (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
MIDDLE CHILDHOOD (MWF 9�00) (3)
ADV FOOD (MW 11:00) (3)
ADV FOOD LAB (F 10:00-1:00) (0)
fRESCHOOL EDUC (TTh �:00) (3)
PRESCHOOL EOUC LAB (TBA) (0)
ADV NUTRITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
HIST OF COSTUME (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
IN INTERIORS (M 10:00) (3)
IN IHJERIORS LAB (WF 10:00-12:00) (0)
CONSTR ANAL it 8:00) (3)
CONSTR LAB (TTh 9:00-11:00) (0)
CONSUMER EOUIP (MF 2:00) (3)
CONSUMER EQUIP LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
FOOD FOR CHILD (TTm 2:p0"3:30) (3)
PRCSCH METH ft MAT TTh 2:00"H:00) (3)
CURRICULUM OEV (MWF 9:00) (3)
METH OF TCNC HE (MWF 10iOO) (3)
CLINICAL DIETETICS (MWF 1:00) ()
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NUMBER THEORY I (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
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INTRO TOPOLOGY I (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
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GEN CLIN EDUC II (TBA) (1)
CLIN CHEM I (TTh 1:00) (2)
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3005
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3010
3011
4010
4011
4990
4990
4990
4990
1 INT
1 MED
1 MED
1 MED
1 MED
1 ORG
1 ORG 4 MAN MED REC
1 DIRECTED PRACTICE
2 DIRECTED PRACTICE
3 DIRECTED PRACTICE
4 DIRECTED PRACTICE
(2)
TO MED TERM (TTh 11:00)
TERM I (MWF 10:00) (U)
TERM LAB I (MW 11:00) (0)
REC SCI I (M-F 9:00) (5)
REC SCI I LAB (TTh 10:00) (0)
& MAN MED REC OEPT (MWF 2:00)
(H)
DEPT LAB (MW 3:00)
(T 1:00-5:00) (l)
(T 1:00-5:00) (1)
(Th 1:00-5:00) (1)
(Th 1:00-5:00) (1)
(0)
MUSC (Music)
(TTh 3:30"U:H5)
(3)
(3)
PERFORMANCE
1605
2605
3605
4605
6605
1625
2625
3625
4625
6625
1635
2635
3635
4635
16U5
26U5
36U5
U6W5
1655
2655
3655
4655
1665
2665
3665
4665
1705
2705
3705
U705
1735
2735
3735
U735
6735
17 U5
275
37H5
47U5
67H5
1755
2755
3755
W755
6755
GROUPS
1
1
1
1
1.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
T
1
�1
OPERA THEATRE (TTh
OPERA THEATRE (TTh
OPERA THEATRE (TTh
OPERA THEATRE (TTh U
OPERA THEATRE (TTh U
CONCERT CHOIR (MTWTh
CONCERT CHOIR (MTWTh
CONCERT CHOIR (MTWTh
CONCERT CHOIR (MTWTh
CONCERT CHOIR (MTWTh
UNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTWTh
UNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTWTh
UNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTWTh
UNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTWTh
4:00-6:00)
4:00-6:00)
4:00-6:00)
4:00-6:00)
4:00-6:00)
2:00) (1)
2:00)
2:00)
2:00)
2:00)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
1:00)
1:00)
1:00)
1:00)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00) (1)
MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00) (1)
MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00) (1)
MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00) (1).
WOMENS CHORUS (MW 3:00) (1)
WOMENS CHORUS (MW 3:00) (1)
WOMENS CHORUS (MW 3:00) (1)
CHORUS (MW 3:00) (1)
GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00)
GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00)
GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00)
GLEE CLUB (MWF 12:00)
BAND (MWF 3:00-H:30)
BANO (MWF 3:00"��:30)
BANO (MWF 3:00-W:30)
BANO (MWF 300-V.30)
(MTWTh 1:00) (1)
(MTWTh 1:00)
(MTWTh 1:00)
(MTWTh 1:00)
, (MTWTh 1:00)
�SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (T
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA T
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (T 7:30-10:00)
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (T 7:30-10:00)
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (T 7:30"10:0I
SYMP ORCH LAB (TTh H:00)
(TTh W:00)
(TTh H:00)
(TTh H:00)
WOMENS
WOMENS
WOMENS
WOMENS
WOMENS
MARCHING
MARCH ING
MARCH ING
MARCHING
WIND ENS
WIND
WIND
WIND
WINO
ENS
ENS
ENS
ENS
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
11)
11)
(1)
(1)
(1)
7:30-10:00)
7:30-10:00)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
SYMP ORCH
SYMP ORCH
SYMP ORCH
SYMP ORCH
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
(TTh iOO)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
COURSE
NO.
CHAMBER
1805
2805
3805
U805
6805
1805
2805
3805
H805
6805
1815
2815
3815
V815
6815
1815
2815
3815
4815
6815
1815
2815
3815
4815
6815
1825
2825
3825
4825
6825
1825
2825
3825
4825
6825
1835
2835
3835
4835
6835
1845
28U5
38U5
4845
6845
1855
2855
3855
U855
6855
1855
2855
3855
U855
6855
1865
'2865
3865
4865
6865
1865
2865
3865
4865
6865
1875
2875
3875
4875
6875
1885
2885
3885
4885
6885
1895
2895
3895
4895
6895
1000
1105
1105
1105
1105
1105
1105
1115
1115
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1205
1205
1205
1326
1366
1366
1366
1366
1366
1405
1405
1415
1U25
1U35
1435
1HU5
1445
2105
2105
2105
2105
2105
2115
2115
2123
2123
2125
2156
2156
2156
2156
2156
2208
2208
2218
2228
22H8
2258
2305
2315
2326
2366
2366
2366
2366
2366
2406
255
2H65
2517
3018
3018
3018
3018
3018
30 8
3018
3028
3028
SECTION
NO.
GROUPS
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
1
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(STRINGS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINOS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINOS)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
")�
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINDS)
(WOODWINOS)
(WOODWINDS)
(PERC) (TTh
(PERC)
(PERC)
(PERC)
(PERC)
(PERC)
(PERC)
(PERC)
(PERC)
(PERC)
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAM8ER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC (SAX)
CHAMBER MUSIC (SAX)
CHAMBER MUSIC (SAX)
CHAMBER MUSIC (SAX)
CHAMBER MUSIC (SAX)
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
CHAMBER MUSIC
RECITAL (Th 3
BEG PIANO GRP
BEG PIANO GRP
BEG PIANO GRP
BEG PIANO GRP
BEG PIANO GRP
BEG PIANO GRD
BEG PIANO GRP
BEG PIANO GRP
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
00) (1)
00) (1)
00) (1)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
2:00)
2:00)
2:
2
2
9
5
9
9
(COLLEGIUM)
(COLLEGIUM)
(COLLEGIUM)
(COLLEGIUM)
(COLLEGIUM)
5
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
to
5
6
7
1
2
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
00)
00)
00)
00)
00)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
3:00)
3:00)
3:00)
3:00)
3:00)
2:00)
2:00)
2:00)
2:00)
2:00)
1:00)
1:00)
1:00)
1:00)
1:00)
(1
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
()
(1)
(1)
(JAZZ) (T
(JAZZ) (T
(JAZZ) (T
(JAZZ) (T
(JAZZ) (T
(JAZZ) (M
(JAZZ) (M
(JAZZ) (M
(JAZZ) (M
(JAZZ) (M
(BRASS) (F
(BRASS) (F
(BRASS) (F
(BRASS) (F
(BRASS) (F
(BRASS) (TBA)
(BRASS) (TBA) (1)
(BRASS) (TBA) (1)
(BRASS) (TBA) (1)
(BRASS) (TBA) (1)
(KEYBOARD) (TBA) (l)
(KEYBOARD) (TBA) (1)
(KEYBOARD) (TBA) (1)
(KEYBOARD) (TBA) (1)
(KEYBOARD) (TBA) (1)
(CONTEMPORARY) (TBA)
(CONTEMPORARY) (TBA)
(CONTEMPORARY) (TBA)
(CONTEMPORARY) (TBA)
(CONTEMPORARY) (T&A)
tVOCAL) (TBA) Ul
(VOCAL) (TBA) (1)
(VOCAL) (TBA) (1)
(VOCAL) (TBA) (1)
(VOCAL) (TBA) (1)
:00) (0)
(TTh 8:00) (l)
(MW 9:00) (1)
(TTh 9:00) (l)
(MW 11:00) (1)
(TTh 1:00) (1)
(TTh 2:00) (1)
(TTh 11:00) (1)
(MW 1:00) (1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1
(1
PIANO .
BASIC MUSICIANSHIP (MTWTh 9:00) (M)
BASIC MUSICIANSHIP (MTWTh :00) (u)
BASIC MUSICIANSHIP (MTWTh 11:00) (4)
BASIC MUSICIANSHIP (MTWTh 11:00) (U)
BASIC MUSICIANSHIP (MTWTh 00) U)
BEG VOICE GRP (TTh 12:00) (1)
BEG VOICE GRP (TTh 2:00) (1)
BEG VOICE GRP (MW 1:00) (1)
COMPOSITION (W 10:00) (l)
COMPRE MUSIC LAB I TTh '
COMPRE MUSIC LAB
COMPRE MUSIC LAB
COMPRE MUSIC LAB
COMPRE MUSIC LAB-
WOODWIND GRP (MW
WOODWIND GRP (TTh
(1)
10:00) (1)
10:00) (D
8:00) (1)
10:00) (1)
12:00) (1)
12:00) (1)
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
(TTh
WOODWIND GRP (TTh 8:00) (1)
WOOOWIND GRP (TTh 2:00) (1)
BRASS GRP (MW 9:00) (1)
BRASS GRP (TTh 12:00) (1)
PERCUSSION GRP (TTh 8:00) (l)
PERCUSSION GRP (TTh 12:00) (1)
INT PIANO GRP (MW 9:00) (1)
INT PIANO GRP (MW 10:OC) (1)
INT PIANO GRP (TTh 10:00) (D
INT PIANO GRP (TTh 1:00) (D
INT PIANO GRP (MW 2:00) (1)
INT PIANO GRP (MW 12:00! (1)
INT PIANO GRP (MW 1:00) (l)
ERLY EXPER PROSP TCHR (T 8:00)
ERLY EXPER PRCSP TCHR (T 8:00)
BASIC KEYB SKILLS (MW 3:00) (1
BASIC MUSICIANSHIP (MWF 9:00)
MUSICIANSHIP
MUSICIANSHIP
MUSICIANSHIP
MUSICIANSHIP
APPRE (MWF K
APPRE (TTh
(1)
(1)
(3)
10:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
(2)
12:00) (2)
ORCHESTRAL MUSIC (TTh 1:00) (?)
MUSIC OF THE THEATER (MW r:00) (2)
MUSIC OF WORLO'S PEOPLES (TTh 3:00)
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
(MWF
:00)
(2
HISTORY OF JAZZ MUSIC (TTh 12:00) (2)
STRING GRP (TTh 8:00) (l)
STRING GRP (TTh 9:00) (1)
COMPOSITION (T 11:00 A TBA) (2)
COMPRE MUSIC LAB (MW 10:00) (1)
COMPRE MUSIC LAB (TTh 11:00) (l)
COMPRE MUSIC 1AB (TTh 11:00) (l)
COMPRE MUSIC LAB (TTh 11:00) (1)
COMPRE MUSIC LAB (TTh 11:00) (l)
MUS HIST & LIT (MM 8:00) (?)
ACCOMPANYING (W 5:00) (l)
ACCOMPANYING (W 5:00) (l)
SERVICE PLAYING (TBA) (3)
BASIC MUSIC SKILLS (MWF 8:00) (3)
SKILLS (MWF 10:00) (3)
SKILLS (MWF 12:00) (3)
SKILLS (MWF 10:00) (3)
SKILLS (MWF 11:00) (3)
SKILLS (MWF 1:00) (3)
SKILLS (MWF 2:00) (3)
(TTh 9:00) (2)
(TTh 2:00) (2)
BASIC MUSIC
BASIC MUSIC
BASIC MUSIC
BASIC MUSIC
BASIC MUSIC
BASIC MUSIC
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Music (continued)
Philosophy (continued)
Physics (continued)
COURSE
NO.
3038
3038
3048
3048
3156
3156
3156
3156
3156
3176
3176
3205
3217
3217
3237
3237
3257
3277
3297
3326
3366
3455
3637
3657
3707
3796
U277
�4323
4326
?4333
366
4455
4506
4550
5 3:6
336
r-4i6
C-U26
r627
"06
c707
"27
5947
5997
6006
6326
6 366
6497
6887
6q17
6927
6937
SECTION
NO.
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
V
5
1
2
ME INTERM �R0 (TTn 10:00) (2)
ME INTERM GR0 (TTh 10:00) (2)
MUSC EXCEPT CHILD (TTh 12:00) (2)
MUSC EXCEPT CHILD (TTh 1:00) (2)
11:00) (2)
11:00)
11:00)
11:00)
11:00)
CONDUCTING
CONDUCTING
CONDUCTING
CONDUCTING
CONDUCTING
ORCHESTRAT
ORCHESTRAT
VOICE FUND
BEG IN6TRU
INSTRU
INSTRU
INSTRU
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
BEG
BEG
BEG
(MW
(MW
(MW
(MW
(MW
ION (TTh 10:00) (2)
ION (MW 10:00) (2)
(TTh 8:00) (1)
-INST MU ED
-INST MU ED
VOC GEN ME
VOC GEN ME
(TTh 11:00) (2)
(TTh 11:00) (2)
(MW 10:00) (2)
(TTh 11:00) (2)
MUSIC THERAPY I (MWF 9:00) (3)
MARCHING BANO TECH TTh 9:00) (2)
ORIENT TO THERAPY (TBA) (1)
COMPOSITION (T 11:00 4 TBA) (2)
ELECT MUS COW MW 12:00) (2)
ACCOMPANYING (TBA) (1)
VOICE PEDAGOGY (TTh 11:00) (2)
STRING INST PEDAGOGY (TBA) (3)
FOUND OF PIANO PED (MW 1:00) (2)
OPERA LIT (TTh 12:00) (2)
MUSIC FOR GRP ACT (TTh 12:00) (2)
MAT-4 METH OF INST TCH (MTWThF 9:00) (2)
COMPOSITION (T 11:00 4 TBA) (3)
MAT 4 METH OF VG TCH (MTWThF 9:00) (2)
ADV COMP ELEC MED (TBA) (3)
ACCOMPANYING (TBA) (1)
OIR STUDY MU THEORY (TBA) (2)
MUSJC HONORS PROGRAM (TBA) (2)
PSYCH FDN OF MUS (TTh 10:00) (2)
20TH CENT HARMONY (MW 11:00) (2)
ADV ORCHESTRATION (TTh 2:00) (2)
MUS OF ROCOCO & CLASSIC (TTh 12:00)
MUS OF ROMANTIC ERA (MW 10:00 (2)
STUDIO VOCAL TECH (MW 9:00) (2)
ADV APPLIED COND (MWF 2:00) (3)
SEM: PROB PIANO PED (TTh 11:00) (2)
PIANO PED: QBSERV ST TCH (TBA) (2)
WIND INST LIT (TTh 11:00) (2)
CHORAL PROB 4 TECH (TTh 9:00) (2)
CLINICAL INTERN (TBA) (1)
MUSIC STRUCT 4 STYLE (TTH 1:00) (2)
COMPOSITION (T 11:00 4 TBA) (2)
SPEC PROB ELEC MUS (TBA) (2)
SEM RES IN MUS (TBA) (2)
INTR RES IN MUS (TTh 9:00) (2)
MUS ADM 4 SUPER (T 7:00-9:00) (2)
SEM PROB IN MUS ED (TBA) (2)
SEM PROB IN MUS ED (TBA) (2)
12)
c IRST 6 WEEKS OF SEMESTER
NURS (Nursing)
COURSESECTION
NO.NO.
10001PERSPECT NURS (W 3:005:00) (2)
2PERSPECT NURS (T 10:00-12:00) (2)
1CO03PERSPECT NURS (W 10:00-12:00) (2)
10004PERSPECT NURS (Th 3:00-5:00) (2)
15PERSPECT NURS (W 4:00"6:00) (2)
1?006PERSPECT NURS (TBA) (2)
1001FUND OF NURS (MF 10:00-12:00; Th 9:00-12:00) (8)
� �1FUND OF NURS L (T 8:00-4:00) (0)
-FUND OF NURS L (W 8:00-4:00) (0)
1NUTR COMM SETTING (M 1:00) (2)
1NUTR COMM SETTING L (M 3:00-5:00) (0)
�rn LNUTR COMM SETTING L (T 1:00-3:00) (0)
"073NUTR COMM SETTING L (W 3:00-5:00) (0)
- . 4NUTR COMM SETTING I ("W VOOOO) (0)
�1ADV MED SURG NURS (MTWTh 1:00-3:00) (11)
y.1ADV MED SURG NURS L (MTW 7:00"12:00) (0)
�i9AOV MED SURG NURS L (MT 3:00-11:00) (0)
3ADV MED SURG NURS L (WTh 3:00-11:00) (0)
1MATER 4 CHILD CARE (ThF 8:00"12:00) (11)
32311MATER 4 CHILD CARE L M 7:00-3:00: T 3:00-7:00) (0)

�2MATER 4 CHILD CARE L (M 7:00-3:00; T 7:00-11:00) (0)
3MATER 4 CHILD CARE L (T 11:00-3:00; W 7:00-3:00) (0)
32401INTRO TO PHYS ASSCSS (TBA) (3)
32411INTRO TO PHYS ASSCSS L (TBA) (0)
33051CLIN NURS SPEC (TBA) (3)
32261CLIN NURS SPEC (TBA) (0)
43001COMM MEN HLTH NURS (W 4:00"6:00: F 8:00"10:00) (8)
U3011COMM MEN HLTH NURS L (MTWTh 9:00-3:00) (0)
43151COMM HLTH NURS (W 5:00"7:00; F 8:00"1:00)(8)
43161COMM HLTH NURS L (MT 9:00-4:00) (0)
43162COMM HLTH NURS L (WTh 9:00-4:00) (0)
43201ISSUES IN NURS (Th 5:00) (1)
43202ISSUES IN NURS (T 5:00) (1)
43203ISSUES IN NURS (T 5:00) (1)
43401PROF NURS PROBL (F 1:00"3:00) (2)
43402PROF NURS PROBL (F 1:00-3:00) (2)
43403PROF NURS PROBL (TBA) (2)
43501LEADERSHIP NURS (F 10:00-12:00) (5)
43511LEADERSHIP NURS L (MT 7:00-4:00; MT 4:00-9:00) (0)
55001INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
55002INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
55003INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
55004INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
55011INDEPENDENT STUDY (TBA) (3)
60001COMP HLTH ASSESS (MW 400-6:00) (3)
60051PAT CARE MGT (T 6:30-8:30) (2) �
60101TH OF NSG (Th 5:00-7:00) (2)
64001CURR DEV (T 3:00-6:00) (2)
64051SEM NURS ED (W 3:00"5:00) (2)
6U501THMODELS NSG MANAGE (T 3:00"6:00) (?)
65001INDP STUDY NSG (TBA) (3)
65211RR IN NURS (W 3:00-5:00) (2)
6901FIELD EXP IN NURS (Th 3:00-5:00) (3)
69801INDIV CL OPTIONS (TBA) (3)
69951RESEARCH (M 3:00"5:00) (3)
69961RESEARCH (M 3:00"5:00) (1)
69971RESEARCH (M 3:00"5:00) (1)
OCCT (Occupational Therapy)
3001 1AGENTS (MW 1:00-3:00) (2)
30'0THEORY I (T 1:00-3:00) (2)
3011THEORY 1 L (T 2:00-3:00; Th
4010THEORY III (MW 3:30) (3)
4011THEORY III L (TTh 3:30-5:00)
W020SEMINAR 1 (TTh 8:00) (1)
4030I THEORY V (MW 8:00) (2)
W'lI PROF LIT (MW 4:30) (2)
49Q0! FW I PHYS DYS (TBA) (1)
if9?2) FW 1 PHYC (TBA) (1)
49Q51 FW II (MTWThF 8:00"5:00) (4)
1:00-3:00) (0)
(0)
PADM (Public Administration)
6100
6120
6140
6160
6198
6199
INTRO TO PUBLIC ADM (F 6:30-9:30) (3)
PUB BUD 4 FIN (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
ADM LAW 4 PROC (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
PUB POLICY (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
INDEPENDENT RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
INDEPENDENT RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
PHIL (Philosophy)
COURSESECTION
NO.NO.
11004KNOWL EXIST 4 VAL (TTh 12:30"2:00) (3)
11005KNOWL EXIST & VAL (MWF 1:00) (3)
11006KNOWL EXIST 4 VAL (MWF 2:00) (3)
11007KNOWL EXIST 4 VAL (MWF 3:00) (3)
11701HUMAN CONDUCT (MWF 9:00) (3)
11702HUMAN CONDUCT (MWF 10:00) (3)
11711MAN AND THE STATE (MWF 2:00) (3)
15001INTRO TO LOGIC (MWF 9:00) (3)
15002INTRO TO LOGIC (TTh 9:30"11:00) (3)
15003INTRO TO LOGIC (MWF 10:00) (3)
15004INTRO TO LOGIC (MWF 11:00) (3)
15005INTRO TO LOGIC (MWF 12:00) (3)
1691BIBLE 4 ITS BKGR 1 (MWF 9:00) (3)
16912BIBLE 4 ITS BKGR 1 (MWF 11:00) (3)
2271INTRO TO PHIL OF ART (MWF 12:00) (3)
2271INTRO TO PHIL OF ART (MW 4:00"5:30) (3)
2272PHIL PERSPEC OF SEX (MWF 10:00) (3)
2273PHIL 4 EDUC (MWF 1:00) (3)
2280INTRO PHIL OF SPORT (MWF 9:00) (3)
2280INTRO PHIL OF SPORT (MWF 11:00) (3)
2310ANCIENT PHIL (MWF 11:00) (3)
2330MODERN PHIL (MWF 12:00) (3)
2340CONTEMP PHIL (MWF 1:00) (3)
2580INTRO CRIT THINKING (MWF 2:00) (3)
2581MORAL PROB IN MED (TTh 11:00"12:30) (3)
3451AMER PHIL (TTh 12:30"2:00) (3)
3580INTERM LOGIC (MWF 12:00) (3)
4312ARISTOTLE (TTh 11:00-12:30) ?)
4331CONTNL RATIONALISM (TTh 3:30-5:00) (3)
4347PHIL 4 SPORT (TTh 9:30"11:00) (3)
5250METAPHYSICS (TTh 2:00"3:30) (3)
PHYE (Physical Education)
10001FOUND PHYE LAB (TTh 9:30-10:30) (1)
10002FOUND PHYE LAB (TTh 10:30-11:30) (1)
10003FOUND PHYE LAB (TTh 11:30-12:30) (1)
10004FOUND PHYE LAB (TTh 12:30-1:30) ll)
10005FOUND PHYE LAB (TTh 1:30"2:30) (1)
10131ELEM SOCCER (MF 10:00) (l)
10181ELEM SWIMMING (MF 11:00) (1)
10211ELEM TENNIS (MW 9:00) (1)
10212ELEM TENNIS (MW 10:00) (1)
10213ELEM TENNIS (MF 11:00) (l)
10214ELEM TENNIS (MW 12:00) (1)
10215ELEM TENNIS (MW 1:00) (l)
10216ELEM TENNIS (MW 2:00) (1)
1025ADAPT ACT (TTh 12:00) (1)
1026ADAPT ACT (TTh 12:00) (1)
1101PHYS CONDITION (MW 9:00) (1)
1101PHYS CONDITION (MW 10:00) (1)
11013PHYS CONDITION (TTh 8:30-9:30) (1)
1;04ARCHERY (MW 10:00) (1)
1107SQUARE DANCING (WF 10:00) (1)
1108ELEM MOD DANCE (MW 9:00) (1)
M11SOCIAL DANCE (MF 12:00) (l)
1111SOCIAL DANCE (MF 12:00) (1)
1112FOLK DANCE (MW 2:00) (1)
1119VOLLEYBALL (TTh 8:30-9:30) (l)
1120GOLF (MW 9:00) (l)
1120GOLF (WF 10:00) (1)
1121ADV TENNIS (MW 8:00) (1)
�1139BOWLING (MW 9:00) (1)
?11392BOWLING (MW 10:00) (1)
?11393BOWLING (MF 11:00) (1)
1357HPER MOD SOC (TTh 2:00) (2)
2123ERLY EXPER PROS TCH (MW 3:00) (1)
21232ERLY EXPER PROS TCH (TTh 3:00) (1)
?��278BASIC SCUBA DIV (MWF 8:00-9:50) (3)
2300FOUND OF MOVE (MW 8:00-9:50) (2)
2300FOUND OF MOVE (TTh 12:00-1:50) (2)
2323PRINC OF PHYE (TTh 10:00) (2)
2323PRINC OF PHYE (TTh 1:00) (2)
2530GRP GAMES LOW ORG (TTh 9:00) (2)
2530GRP GAMES LOW ORG (MW 9:00) (2)
2704TUTORING (TTh'3:00) (l)
1-2727SPTS OFF-FOOTBALL (MF 10:00"11:50) (2)
2-2728SPTS OFF-VOLLEYBALL (MF 1011:50) (1)
3-2760SKILLS 4 METH-GOLF (TTh 8:00-10:00) (1)
4-2761SKILLS 4 METH-6AD4B0WL (TTh 8:00-10:00) (l)
3-2763SKILLS 4 METH-SWIM (TTh 10:00-11:50) (1)
4-2764SKILLS 4 METH-WAT SPRTS (TTh 10:00-11:50) (l)
3-2765SKILLS 4 METH-TUMBLING (TTh 8:00-9:50) (1)
4-2765SKILLS 4 METH-TUMBLING (TTh 8:00-9:50) (1)
3-2766SKILLS 4 METH-EDUC GYMN(MW 12:00"2:00) (l)
2767SKILLS 4 METH-OYMfl (MW 8:00-9:50) (2)
3-2772SKILLS 4 METH-FLD HOC (MF 10:0012:00) (1)
4-2773SKILLS 4 METH-VOLLEYBALL (MF 10:00-11:50) (1)
?$20.00 FEE
??$50.00 FEE
1-CLASS MEETSFROMAUGUST 31 TO NOVEMBER 2
2-CLASS MEETSFROM NOVEMBER 5 TO DECEMBER 11
3-CLASS MEETSFROMAUGUST 29 TO OCTOBER 18
4-CLASS MEETSFROMOCTOBER 22 TO DECEMBER 11
COURSE SECTION
NO.NO.
27781AOV LIFE SAV (MW 2:00-3:30) (2)
27851S 4 M - FLK 4 SQ DNCE (TTh 8:00-9:50) (l)
27881WAT SAF INST COUR (MWF 4:00-6:00) (3)
28001HUM KIN 4 MOT LRNG (MW 10:00"10:50;F 10:00-11
28002HUM KIN 4 MOT LRNG (MW 10:00"10:50;F 10:00-11
35451PRAC 4 PROC PHYE ELEM SCH (MW 2:00) (2)
35452PRAC 4 PROC PHYE ELEM SCH (TTh 2:00) (2)
35461ELEM SCH INST (TTh 10:00-11:50) (2)
35601PRAC 4 PROC EAR CHILD PHYE (MW 2:00) (2)
35602PRAC 4 PROC EAR CHILD PHYE (TTh 2:00) (2)
36001COACH THEOR (TTh 2:00) (2)
1-36101COACH VOLLEYBALL (MW 1:00) (1)
2-36141COACH WREST (TTh 12:00"1:30) (1)
1-36151COACH FTBALL (TTh 12:00-1:30) (1)
2-37831SKILLS 4 METH-BSKTBALL (TTh 10:00-11:50) (1)
1-37841SKILLS 4 METH-BASEBALL (TTh 10:00-11:50) (1)
1 "37931SKILLS 4 METH-TENNIS (MW 12:00-1:50) (1)
2-37941SK 4 METH-ARCH 4 RCQTBALL (MW 12:00-1:50) (1)
38501KINESIOLOGY (MWF 1:00) (3)
3-43231METH TEACH PHYE (MTWThF 8:00-9:30) (3)
44031ORG 4 ADM PHYE (MWF 10:00) (3)
48041TESTS 4 MEAS PHYE (T 8:00; Th 8:00"10:00) (2)
48051PHYS OF EXERC (MW 12:00; F 12:00-2:00) (3)
49061DEV 4 ADAPT ACT (TTh 2:00) (2)
49062DEV 4 ADAPT ACT (TTh 3:00) (2)
53031PER MENT RETARD (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
53052PER MENT RETARD (MWF 1:00) (3)
53033PER MENT RETARD (MWF 2:00) (3)
60011ADM PHYE 4 ATHLETICS (MWF 8:00) (3)
60051INT 4 EXT ACT (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
61021HIST 4 PHIL PHYE (MWF 9:00) (3)
62011ADV TESTS 4 MEAS (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
65001INDEPENDENT STUDY (TTh 3:00) (2)
65011INDEPENDENT STUDY (TTh 4:00) (2)
65081TECH OF RESEARCH (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
69901PRACTICUM (M 3:00) (li
69911PRACTICUM (WF 3:00) (2)
69951THESIS (MWF 3:00) (3)
69961THESIS (MWF 4:00) (3)
50)
(3)
50)
(3)
1-CLASS MEETS FROM AUGUST 29 TO OCTOBER 18
2-CLASS MEETS FROM OCTOBER 22 TO OECWBER 11
3"CLASS MEETS FROM AUGUST 29 TO OCTOBER 5
PHYS (Physics)
11001KNOWL EXIST 4 VAL (MWF 9:00) (3)
11002KNOWL EXIST 4 VAL (MWF 10:00) (3)
11003KNOWL EXIST 4 VAL (MWF 11:00) (3)
10001
10111
10112
10501
10502
10503
INTRO PHYS 4 ENGR (MWF 9:00) (3)
EXP PHYSICS I (M 2:00-4:00) (l)
EXP PHYSICS I (M 4:00-6:00) (l)
PHYS 4 THE ENVIR (MTWTh 8:00) (4)
PHYS 4 THE 91V IR (MTWTh 9:00) (4)
PHYS 4 THE ENVIR (MTWTh 10:00) (4)
COURSE
NO.
1050
1050
1050
1050
1061
1070
1080
1080
1081
1081
1081
1081
1081
1081
1250
1250
1250
1250
1251
1251
1251
1251
1251
1251
1251
1251
1260
1261
1261
1600
1601
2011
2350
2350
2350
2360
2360
3100
3516
3517
3518
3716
3717
3718
4216
4316
4567
5050
5052
�5311
5450
56 TO
5601
6900
6990
6996
6997
6999
4
5
6
7
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
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12:00)
1:00)
2:00)
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THE ENVIR (MT�Th
& THE ENVIR (MTWTh
: . tuc FNVIR (MTWTh .
(MWF 2:00) 111
(TTh 2:00-3:15
(M 7:0000)
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(4
(4)
(4)
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PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
MAN (MWP
THE UNIV
THE UNIV
UNIV LAB
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
PHYS I (MWF
PHYS I (MWF
PHYS I (MWF
PHYSKTTh 9
(M 9:00-11:00)
(W 7:00-9:00)
(W 9:00-11-00)
(Th 7:00:00)
(Th 9:00-11:00
1:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
30-10:45) (3)
) (4)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
I (0)
I
I
II
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
RADIATION
RADIATION
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GEN PHYS
GEN
GEN
GEN
GEN
SEC
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LAB
LAB
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LAB
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(Th
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I LAB (W
TECH (TTh
2:00-4:00)
4:00-6:00)
2:00-4:00)
4:00-6:00)
2:00-4:00
4:00-6:00)
2:00-4:00
4:00 "6:00
30-10:45
2:00-4:00)
4:00 "6:00 )
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ADV
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I (MTWTh 11:00) (
I (MTWTh 1:00) (4
(MTWTh 11:00)
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TCHRS (TBA) (3)
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
SCH
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(1)
3)
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(1)
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4)
4)
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(4)
4)
PHYS (TBA) (1)
PROB IN PHYS (TBA) (1)
PROB IN PHYS (TBA) (1)
ADV PHYS LAB (TBA) (1)
ADV PHYS LAB (TBA) (2)
ADV PHYS LAB (TBA) (3)
MECH 4 THER PHYS (MWF 10:00) (3)
ELECTROMAG PHEN (MWF 12:00) (3)
TECH THEOR PHYS (TTh 12:30-1:45)
CONC DEV PHYS SCIE (MW 11:00) (2)
DEV 20TH CEN PHYS (F 11:00) (1)
MATH PHYS I (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
NUC 4 RAD PHYS (MWF 9:00) (3)
MOD ELECTRONICS (TTh 9:00) (3)
MOD ELEC LAB (W 12:00"2:00) (0)
INTRO TO RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
INTERNSHIP (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
RESIDENCE (TBA) (0)
(3)
�COURSE ALSO LISTED AS MATH 5311
PLAN (Planning)
3000
3001
3001
3010
4003
6000
6010
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
URBAN PLAN
PLAN TECH
PLAN TECH
(3)
) 3
M 6:30-8:30) (2)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
(TTh IOOS
REGIONAL PLAN (MW 10:00) (2)
URBAN FORM 4 DESIGN (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
S IN URBAN PLAN (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
SEM IN REGIONAL PLAN (M 6:30"9:30) (3
POLS (Political Science)
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
2102
2102
2102
2104
2106
2106
2107
2108
3031
3033
3039
3144
3202
3204
3234
3241
3252
3252
3260
3280
3293
3370
4371
4386
4501
4502
4521
4522
4551
6060
6230
6250
6430
6450
6995
6996
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
AMER GOVT(MWF
AMER GOVT(MWF
AMER GOVT -(MWF
AMER GOVT'MWF
AMER GOVT(MWF
AMER GOVT(MWF
AMER GOV1(MWF
AMER GOVTI MWF
AMER GOVT(MWF
AMER GOVT(TTh
AMER GOVT(TTh
AMER GOVT(TTh
AMER GOVT(TTh
AMER GCVT(TTh
9:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
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INT
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2:00) (3)
8:00-9:15) (3)
9:30-10:45) (3)
11:00-12:15) (3)
11:00-12:15) (3)
12:30-1:45) (3)
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4 LOCAL
4 LOCAL GOVT (MWF
4 LOCAL GOVT (TTh
LIBERTIES (MWF 10
INTERN RELAT (MWF
INTERN RELAT (TTh
(3)
1:00) (3)
12:30-1:45)
00) (3)
11:00) (3)
9:30-10:45) (3)
COMP GOVT POL (TTh 11:00"12:15) (3)
POLIT THEORY (TTh 9:30"10:45) (3)
INTRO BEHAV METHOD (MWF 11:00) (3)
VOTING BEH 4 PUBLIC OPIN (TTh 11:00-12:15)0)
BLACK POL IN AMER (MWF 1:00) (3)
AM FOREIGN POLICY (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
AMER LEGISLATURE (TTh 9:30"10:45) (3)
AMER JUDICIARY (MWF 11:00) (3)
W EUR POL SYST (MWF 12:00) (3)
URBAN POLIT SYST (MWF 12:00) (3)
PUBLIC ADMIN (MWF 9:00) (3)
PUBLIC ADMIN (TTh 9:30"10:45) (3)
MID ESTN POL SYST (MWF 10:00) (3)
S ASIAN POL SYST (MWF 2:0C) (3)
INTERNATL ORGAN (MWF 9:00) (3)
AM POL THOUGHT (MWF 10:00) (3)
WEST POL THOUGHT I (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
E ASIAN POLITICS (MWF 1:00) (3)
IND STUDY IN POL 1 (TBA) (l)
POL 2 (TBA) (2)
SC (TBA) (1)
SC (TBA) (2)
(3)
LAW (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
(M 6:30-9:30) (3)
POL SCI Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTL POL (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTL LAW (M 2:30-5:30) (3)
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(TBA) (3)
IND STUDY IN
DIR READ POL
DIR READ POL
HONORS (TBA)
CONSTITUTIONAL
SEM IN AM GOVT
RES IN
SEM IN
SEM IN
THESIS
THESIS
PRCA (Parks, Recreation & Conservation)
2000
2600
3000
3000
3001
3002
3002
3101
3101
3200
3200
3201
3300
4200
4600
4601
4602
4990
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
INT LEI SER (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
OUTDOOR LIV (W 3:00-5:00) (2)
GRP PROC LEI SER (MWF 10:00) (2)
LEI SER (MWF 12:00) (2)
LEI SER LAB (M 3:00-5:00)
4 ADM (TTh 10:00) (2)
ADM (TTh 12:00) (2)
DESIGN (MWF 9:00) (3)
DESIGN (MWF 2:00) (3)
(MWF 8:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
PROC
PROC
PLAN
PLAN
PROG
PROG
THERAP REC
THERAP REC
GRP
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REC
REC
REC
REC
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4
4
4
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SPAN
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SPAN
SPAN
SPAN
SPAN
SPAN
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(MWF 10:00) (3)
iMWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF :QC) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
REVIEW OF GRAMMAR (MWF 11:00)
SPAN-AM CIVIL (TTh 12:30) (2)
INTRO TO STUDY OF LIT (W 2:00
ADV GRAM 4 COMP (TTh 9:30) I
SPAN LIT ORIGINS 1U99 (MWF
SPAN LIT 1681-PRESENT (TTh
METH TCHNG FRGN LANG (Mir.F
SPEC TOPICS SPAN STUD (MWF
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ELEM
ELEM
ELEM
ELEM
ELEM
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INTERM SPAN
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(TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
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SLAP (Speech, Lang & AuditoryPathology)
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SCH PRACT I (TBA) U)
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THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
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SCHOOL PRACT Itl (TBA) (H)
SCHOOL WACT IV (TBA) (H)
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3120
3121
3201
3202
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THEORY 4 PRACT I (IBA) (2
THEORY PRACT LAB-(TBA) h)
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61061
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62261
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62311
62321
65201
65211
652?1
65231
69901
69911
69951
69961
69971
PRIM bV COfol (MWF ID:00) (3)
COMM DISORDERS (M 6:30-9:00) (2)
SPEECH PATH (MWF 9:00-11:00) (5)
INTR AMER SIGN L'ANG (TTh 3:30-5:00)
CLIN PRACT (W V:00) (3)
SPEC PROB SP 4 HRG (TBA) (2)
SPEC PROB SP 4 HRG (TBA) (2)
SPEC PROB SP A HRG (TBA) (2)
LANG DIS Til CHILQV (MH 11:00)
(3)
(2)
(3)
METH-CUR AUO (T J:00-H:00)
SeiiRAR' IN AUD (Th 3:00-V:00) (3)
SEMtRARTR AUO (W S:00-10:30) (3)
HEADING REHAB (TTh 1tO0"2:30) (3)
LANG, OEV (T. 6:30-?:30) (3)
VOICE SCI (W 1:00-H:00) (3) .
Sty ORA FAC, ANOMALIES (M 3:00-6:00 I)
m FLUENCY; DISOROt (TTh 9:30-10iH5) .(3)
MOTOR SPtECR (TTh "12:30-1 :H5) (3)
CUN PRAtT ,IN SP (W:00) .(1
CUN;PRACT 1M SP (W �:00) (?)
CUN PRACT IN'ST. (W.�r;00). (3)
CUN PRACT IN AUD ItW H:OQ) (1
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READ SP P.RG RESEARCH (TBA
READ SP HBG RESEARCH (TBA)
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INTERNSHIP (TBA) (2.)1
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20012
20013
2001H
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20016
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20019
200110
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200113
20011H
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DICTION (TTh 1:00) (")
DICTION (TTh 2:00) CM
DICTION (TTh �:00) )
DICTION (TTh 10:00) (?)
DICTION (TTh 11:00) (?)
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DICTION
DICTION
DICTION
DICTION
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
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VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
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4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
(3)
(3)
(MW 10:00) (?)
(WF 00) (?)
(TTh r:00) (?)
(MW 1:00) I?)
(TTh 3:00) C )
(MW S:00) (?)
OICT MAJORS (MWF 10:00)
OICT MAJORS (MWF 12:00)
FUND BROADCASTING lWF H:0OH?J.
RADIO 4 TV SPEAKING (WF 1:00) (2)
WRITING FOR TV (TTh 11:00) (?)
BUSINESS 4 PROF SPCH Tin 9:00) (?)
BUSINESS 4 PROF SPCH (TTh 10:00
BUSINESS & PROF SPCH (TTh l?:OOI
BCASTING WORKSHOP (TBA) (1)
PUBLIC SPEAKING (TTh 2:00) (?)
PUBLIC SPEAKING (TTh 3:00) (�)
PUBLIC SPEAKING (WF 3:00) (?)
RADIO PRO0UCT1ON (MW 9:00-10:15
AOV TV PROOUCTIOR (MW ?:00;3:15)
BCASTING WORKSHOP (TBA) ll)
RAOIO TV MGMT (MWF 11:00) (3)
TV PERFORMANCE (TTh 1:00"?: 15) (3)
TEACHING THEATRE ARTS (MWF 9:00) (3)
(?)
(3)
(2)
SPED (Special Education)
(1)
(2)
(3)
2101
2101
2101
2102
2102
3201
1
2
3
1
2
1
INTRO
INTRO
INTRO
INTRO
IRTRO
) EXCEP CHILO (MWF 9:00) (3)
TO EXCEP CHILO (MWF 10:00) (3)
TO EXCEP CHILD (TTh 2:00-3:15)
TO MENTAL RET (TTh 9:30-lO:H5)
TO MENTAL RET (MWF 1:00) (3)
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COURSE SECT ION
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3201
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�H302
H325
5101
5102
5301
5501
5502
6101
6101
6201
6201
6203
630?
6990
6991
6992
6993
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)
METH MAT IN MR I (MWF 11:00) (3)
METH MAT IN MR I (MWF 12:00) (3)
REM RONG HANDICAP (TTh 9:30-12:00)
EOUC & RETARD (TTh 2:00"�:30) (2)
OBS SUPV TCHG SPEC EO (TBA) (8)
INTRO EXCEPT CHILD (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
PERSPECT IN MR (T 6:30"9:30) (3)
TEST & MEAS SPEC ED (U 6:30-9:30) (3)
MINOR PROB SPEC ED (TBA) (3)
MINOR PROB SPEC EO (TBA) (3)
INTRO TO LEARN DI SAB (TTh 9:30-l0:��5) 13)
LEARN DISAB (T 6:30"9:30) (3)
LD CHILD I (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
LD CHILD I (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
MAT MR II (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
RES IN SPEC ED (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
PRACTIC IN LD (TBA) (2)
PRACTIC IN LD (TBA) (2)
INTERNSHIP IN MR (TBA) (2)
INTERNSHIP IN MR (TBA) (2)
6561 Grad Painting Stud (M-F
6562 Grad Painting Stud (M-F
6563 Grad Painting Stud (M-F
6564 Grad Painting Stud (M-F
6565 Grad Painting Stud (M-F
6566 Grad Painting Stud (M-F
6567 Grad Painting Stud (M-F
10:00-12:00) (3)
10:00-12:00) (3)
10:00-12:00) (3)
10:00-12:00) (3)
10:00-12:00) (3)
10:00-12:00) (3)
10:00-12:00) (3)
INTRO TO
METH MAT
METH MAT
ADV METH
5360
6401
6402
6482
6521
?COURSE MEETS AUGUST 30 THROUGH OCTOBER 5
TECH (Technology)
MOO
5300
INTERN IN TECH TEACH (TBA) (8)
MID GRADES OCCUP EXPL (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Summer
School
ACCT (ACCOUNTING)
FIRST TERM
2401 Financial Accounting (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2401 Financial Accounting (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2521 Managerial Accounting (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
3551 Inter Accounting I (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3621 Cost Accounting (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6831 Taxation and Business and Business Dec (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
2401 Financial Accounting (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2521 Managerial Accounting (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2521 Managerial Accounting (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3561 Inter Accounting II (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
FINA (FINANCE - See Finance under proper place in alphabetical order)
ANTH (ANTHROPOLOGY)
FIRST TERM ��
Intro Anthropology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1000
1000
2010
5251
1000
Intro Anthropology (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Societies, World (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Folklore (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intro Anthropology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
ART (ART)
FIRST TERM
1001 Color & Design (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
1001 Color & Design (M-F 9:40-11:40) (3)
1910 Art Appreciation (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
2100 Ceramics Studio I (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
2110 Ceramics Studio II (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
2700 Sculpture Stud I (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
2710 Sculpture Stud II (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
3100 Ceramics Stud III (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3110 Ceramics Stud IV (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3700 Sculpture Stud III (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
3710 Sculpture Stud IV (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
3720 Sculpture Stud V (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
3850 Art in Elm School (M-F 8:00-10:30) (3)
3850 Art in Elem School (M-F 9:40-12:10) (3)
4700 Sculpture Stud VI (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6100 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6101 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6102 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6103 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6104 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6105 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6106 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6107 Grad Ceramics Studio (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
6700 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6701 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6702 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6703 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6704 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6705 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6706 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6707 Grad Sculpt Studio (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
SECOND TERM
1001 Color & Design (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
1001 Color & Design (M-F 9:40-11:40) (3)
1910 Art Appreciation (M-F 9:00-10:00) (2)
1910 Art Appreciation (M-F 10:00-11:00) (2)
2305 Weaving Des Stud I (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
2315 Weaving Des Stud II (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3305 Weaving Des Stud III (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3315 Weaving Des Stud IV (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3850 Art in Elem School (M-F 9:40-12:10) (3)
4560 Adv Painting I (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
4561 Adv Painting II (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
4562 Adv Painting III (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
4563 Adv Painting IV (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
4564 Adv Painting V (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
6305 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10:
6315 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10:
6325 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10:
6335 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10:
6345 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10:
6355 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10:
6365 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10
6375 Grad Weaving & Fiber Design (M-F 8:00-10
6560 Grad Painting Stud (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
00) (3)
00) (3)
00) (3)
00) (3)
00) (3)
00) (3)
00) (3)
:00) (3)
BIOL (BIOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
1050 Prin Biol I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1051 Prin Biol I Lab (MWF 1:00-4:00) (1)
1051 Prin Biol I Lab (MWF 1:004:00) (1)
1060 Environ Biol (M-F 8:00-10:00) (4)
1080 Gen Zoology (M-F 8:00-10:00) (5)
1081 Gen Zoology Lab (MWF 1:00-4:00) (0)
2120 Hu Phys & Anat (M-F 11:20-1:20) (4)
2121 Hu Phys & Anat Lab (MWF 1:3(M:30) (1)
2230 Field Botany (M-F 11:20-12:50) (4)
2231 Field Botany Lab (TTh 1:00-5:00) (1)
3310 Cell Phys (M-F 8:00-9:30) (4)
3311 Cell Phys Lab (MWF 1:30-4:30) (0)
4504 Res Prob (TBA) (2)
4514 Res Prob (TBA) (2)
5300 Genetics (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5640 Entomology (M-F 11:20-12:50) (4)
5641 Entomology Lab (MWF 1:30-4:30) (0)
5995 Internship (TBA) (1)
6003 Seminar (TBA) (1)
6030 Topics in Cell (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
6504 Res Prob (TBA) (2)
6514 Res Prob (TBA) (2)
6994 Internship (TBA) (1)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
1050 Prin Biol I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1051 Prin Biol I Lab (MWTh 1:00-4:00) (1)
1060 Environ Biol (M-F 8:00-10:00) (4)
1061 Environ Biol Lab (MWTh 1:00-4:00) (1)
1070 Gen Botany (M-F 8:00-10:00) (5)
1071 Gen Botany Lab (MWTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
2120 Hu Phys & Anat (M-F 11:20-1:20) (4)
2121 Hu Phys & Anat Lab (MWTh 1:30-4:30) (1)
4504 Res Prob (TBA) (2)
4514 Res Prob (TBA) (2)
5995 Internship (TBA) (1)
6003 Seminar (TBA) (1)
6020 Marine Biol (TTh 1:30-4:00) (3)
6021 Marine Biol Lab (WF 1:30-4:00) (0)
6504 Res Prob (TBA) (2)
6994 Internship (TBA) (2)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
BUED (BUSINESS EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
3228 Admin Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3) (613-26)
6410 Conceptual Foundations of Business (M-F 1:00-5:00) (3) (613-26)
SECOND TERM
3291 Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (1)
3292 Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (2)
3293 Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (3)
3294 Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (4)
6424 Prob in BUED: Of Prac & Of Machines (M-F 1
6475 Org & Adm of Oc Dist & Of Ed (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
6476 Coordination Techniques (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6492 Job Analysis & Curriculum Development (M-F 11:
BUSA (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)
FIRST TERM
3242 Organizational Mgt (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3352 International Bus (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3722 Operations Management (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
3832 Marketing Management (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
4462 Manpower Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
4662 Marketing Research (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4732 Consumer Behavior (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
4752 Adv and Promotion Mgt (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
4842 Business Policy (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6832 Public Relations (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
2242 Legal Envir Business (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3242 Organizational Mgt (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
3352 International Bus (M-F 2A0A: 10) (3)
3722 Operations Management (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3832 Marketing Management (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4352 Selling and Sales Mgt (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
4362 Retail Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
4562 Marketing Strategy (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
4842 Business Policy (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
4962 Topics in Mgt and Mkt (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
6722 Business Policies (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
CHEM (CHEMISTRY)
FIRST TERM
1120 Basic Gen & Org Chem (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1121 BasGen & Org Chem Lab (MTTh 1:00-4:00) (1)
1150 Gen Chem & Qual Anal (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1151 Gen Chem Qual Anal Lab (MTTh 1:00-4:00) (1)
2750 Organic Chemistry (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2751 Organic Chemistry Lab (MTWTh 12:30-5:00) (2)
6500 Intro Research (TBA) (3)
6503 Research (TBA) (3)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
1020 Gen Descrip Chem (M-F 9:40-11:40) (4)
1160 Gen Chem & Qual Anal (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
1161 Gen Chem Qual Anal Lab (MTTh 1:00-4:00) (1)
2620 Basic Biochem (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2621 Basic Biochem Lab (MTTh 1:0O4:00) (1)
2760 Organic Chemistry (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2761 Organic Chemistry Lab (MTWTh 12:30-5:00) (2)
6500 Intro Research (TBA) (3)
6503 Research (TBA) (3)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
COAS (COASTAL STUDIES)
FIRST TERM
5000 Ship & Underwater Tec (TBA) (2)
?5001 Coastal Marine Prob (TBA) (3)
�5002 Coastal Marine Prob (TBA) (3)
?5025 Man and the Sea Sem (TBA) (1)
?5026 Man and the Sea Sem (TBA) (1)
SECOND TERM
No courses offered in this discipline this term
�ra NC- admission by permission of
�Field School in Underwater History based at Aurora, NC.
instructor only.
COED (COUNSELOR EDUCATION
6406 Org Adm Guid " "
6483 Seminar-Coun Prob (M-F 8.00-11. wj M
SECOND TERM
Prin of Guidance (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
Anal Indiv (M-F 9:40-11:103)
The Information Serv (M-F 113)
Supv Prac Counseling (M-F 9:00-5:00) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (2)
COHE (COMMUNITY HEALTH) rstterm
4500 Independent Study (TBA) (1)
4501 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
4989 Sem Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (1)
?4990 Inter Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (UJ
6500 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
6501 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
6502 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6990 Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
6991 Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
4500 Independent Study (TBA) (1)
4501 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
4989 Sem Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (1)
4990 Inter Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (8)
6500 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
6501 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
6502 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6990 Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
6991 Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
�Must enroll in both terms to receive credit.
CORS (CORRECTIONAL SERVICES)
FIRST TERM
1000 Crim Justice System (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3001 Community Corrections (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3002 Juv justice System (M-F 11:20-12.50) (3)
2000
SECOND TERM
The Crim Offender (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
CSCI (COMPUTER SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
Linear Alg Comput Appl (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1584
3600
3600
3601
5774
Intro Digit Comput (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intro Digit Comput (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Comp Org & Progr (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Progr For Resrch (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
:00-2:30) (3)
20-12:50) (3)
DHEA (DIVISION OF HEALTH AFFAIRS)
FIRST TERM
2002 Basic Issues in Alcohol Abuse (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
5096 Prevention of Alcoholism (M-F 11: 20-12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
2002 Basic Issues in Alcohol Abuse (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5094 Treatment of Alcoholism (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
DRAM (DRAMA)
FIRST TERM
1000 Intro to Theatre (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
1011 Ballet I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1013 Jazz Dance I (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
1000 Intro to Theatre (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
DRED (DRIVER EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
2000 Intro Driver Ed (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2210 Motorcycle Safety (TTh 1:0O-2:30) (2)
2211 Motorcycle Safety Lab (TWF 9:40-11:10) (0)
2211 Motorcycle Safety Lab (TWF 11:20-12:50) (0)
2211 Motorcycle Safety Lab (TWF 2:40-4:10) (0)
2211 Motorcycle Safety Lab (TWF 4:20-5:50) (0)
2220 Highway Trans System (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
2230 Traffic Law (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
6420 Federal Prog Hwy Saf (MWTh 6:30-9:30) (3)
6521 Readings Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
6522 Readings Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
6990 Externship Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
6991 Externship Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
SECOND TERM
2000 Intro Driver Ed (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2230 Traffic Law (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
6405 Current Prob Dr T S E (MWTh 6:30-9:00) (3)
6521 Readings Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
6522 Readings Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
6990 Externship Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
6991 Externship Dr Traf Saf (TBA) (2)
ECON (ECONOMICS)
FIRST TERM
2113 Prin Economics I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2133 Prin Economics II (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
2223 Intro to Computers (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2283 Statistical Anal I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3243 Microeconomics (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3623 Management Sci I (M-F 1.00-2.30) (3)
4203 Labor Relations (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
2113
2133
2223
2283
3243
3623
6813
SECOND TERM
Prin Economics I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Prin Economics II (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Intro to Computers (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Statistical Anal I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Microeconomics (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Management Sci I (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Human Resources (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
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EDAD (EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION)
FIRST TERM
Seminar-Supervision (WTh 4:20-7:00) (2)
Elem Sch Admin (M-F 1:00-5:00) (3) (613-26)
Public Sch Finance (MT 4:20-8:00) (3)
Intro Com Col & Ad Ed (MW 1:00-5:00) (3)
Dev Adult Ed Prog (TTh 4:20-8:00) (3)
Intro to School Law (MT 4:20-8:00) (3)
Prob in Adult Educ (TBA) (3)
Prob in Adult Educ (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern to Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Sup Prac (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Seminar (TBA) (3)
Cur InstSpec Int I (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Prob in Educ Admin (WTh 4:20-7:00) (2)
Adv Public Relations (WTh 5:00-7:40) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Admin Intern Level II (TBA) (3)
Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
6400
6406
6407
6479
6481
6483
6490
6491
6989
6990
6991
6992
6993
6994
7411
7460
7521
7522
7523
7991
7993
7994
SECOND TERM
5334 Home Sch Com Relat (WTh 1:00-3:30) (2)
6400 Seminar Supervision (M-F 2:40-5:20) (2) (72-13)
6406 Elem Sch Admin (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
6409 Sec School Admin (WTh 4:20-8:00) (3)
6428 Prin Prac Supervision (MT 4:20-8:15) (3)
6453 The Adult Learner (MW 1:00-4:45) (3)
6483 Intro to School Law (M-F 9:40-1:40) (3) (72-13)
6487 Processes in Adult Ed (TTh 4:20-8:00) (3)
6991 Admin Intern-Sup Prac (TBA) (3)
6992 Admin Intern-Seminar (TBA) (3)
6993 Cur InstSpec Int I (TBA) (3)
6994 Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
7408 Public Sch Admin (F 9:40-1:40) (3) (716-27)
7410 Staff Person Probl (MT 1:00-3:40) (2)
7521 Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
7522 Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
7523 Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
7991 Admin Intern Level II (TBA) (3)
7993 Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
7994 Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
EHLT (ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH)
FIRST TERM
2100 Intro Environ Health (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3501 Prob in Environ Health (TBA) (2)
3502 Prob in Environ Health (TBA) (3)
4990 Environ Health Interns (TBA) (5)
6501 Prob Resch Environ Health (TBA) (2)
6502 Prob Resch Environ Health (TBA) (2)
6980 Environ Health Prac iTBA) (6)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
3501 Prob in Environ Health (TBA) (2)
4991 Environ Health Interns (TBA) (5)
6502 Prob Resch Environ Health (TBA) (2)
6996 Thesis (TBA W'3)' " " '
ELEM (E
2101
3203
3204
4340
4341
4342
4343
4344
4345
4346
4347
4348
4532
4533
4534
5306
5316
6415
6416
6417
6419
6425
6488
4532
4533
4534
5309
5310
5312
5313
5316
5317
5335
6405
6416
6417
6418
6419
6425
LEMENTARY EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
Intro to Educ (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Lang Arts Leg (M-F 1:00-3:00) (4)
Fund of Reading (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Obs & Stu Teh Kind (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Soc Studies in Elem S (TWTh 4:20-6:50) (3)
Applied Phonics (M-F 8:00-12:00) (3) (613-26)
Tech of Teh Elem Sch (M-F 1:00-5:00) (3) (613-26)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Foundations of Read (M-F 8:00-12:00) (3)(613-26)
Elem Sch Curr (M-F 8:00-12:00) (3) (613-26)
Adv Lang Arts Elem Sc (TWTh 4:20-6:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Founda Curr Er Chi Ed (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Teh Eval ErChi Ed (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Improv Read Instr (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Read Remed & Prac (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
Applied Phonics (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Read Jr & Sr Hi Sch (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Aerospace Education (M-F 1:00-5:00) (3) (616-27)
Invest Teh Reading (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Read-The Learn Bases (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Foundations of Read (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Elem Sch Curr (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3880 Writ Bus and Industry (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
4080 Shakespeare Comedies (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4170 Victorian Literature (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
4250 Am Lit: 1860-1920 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
4510 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
4520 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
4950 Children's Literature (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4950 Children's Literature (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5370 Mod Brit Am Novel (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
5440 Early Twentieth Cen Poet (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
6210 American Renaissance (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6999 Residence (TBA)
SECOND TERM
1100 Composition (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1100 Composition (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1200 Composition (M-F 11: 20-12:50) (3)
1200 Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2100 Major British Writers (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2750 Gram Ling Elem Majors (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3270 Frontier Am Lit (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
3460 Classical Mythology (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3480 Science Fiction (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3570 American Folklore (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
3570 American Folklore (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3630 Bible as Literature (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3880 Writ for Bus and Ind (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4090 Shakespeare: Tragedies (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
4510 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
4520 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
4950 Lit for Children (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
5230 South Region Writing (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
5410 Preshakespeare Drama (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6010 Medieval Literature (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
6390 Special Studies Sem (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
6955 Teh Com Secondary Sch (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6999 Residence (TBA)
FINA (FINANCE)
FIRST TERM
3724 Financial Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3724 Financial Management (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3724 Financial Management (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4304 Investments (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
3724 Financial Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3724 Financial Management (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
FIRST TERM
FREN (FRENCH)
1001 Elementary French (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1002 Elementary French (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1003 Intermediate French (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1004 Intermediate French (M-F 11 ?20-12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
1002 Elementary Fren (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1004 Intermediate French (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
GERM (GERMAN-See German under proper place in alphabetical order)
SPAN (SPANISH-See Spanish under proper place in alphabetical order)
GEOG(GEOGRAPHY)
FIRST TERM
1000 Earth and Man (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1000 Earth and Man (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2001 World Geography I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2003 Economic Geography (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3003 Political Geography (M-F 11.20-12:20) (2)
3005 Geography ot Environmental Resources (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3046 U.S. & Canada (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3054 Caribbean America (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3072 Cartography (M-F 1:00-3:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
1000 Earth and Man (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1000 Earth and Man (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2002 World Geography II (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2008 Map Reading (M-F 1:00-3:30) (3)
3004 Urban Geography (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3055 North Carolina (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3080 Climatology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
5083 Air Photo Interpretation (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
PLAN (PLANNING- See Planning under proper place in alphabetical order)
GEOL (GEOLOGY)
1500
Am Marit Underwater His (TBA) (3)
Reformation 1450-1598 (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Directed Research Study (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (2)
Residence (TBA) (0)
5160
5360
6993
6995
6996
6999
?Field School in Maritime and Underwater History to be taught at Aurora, NC. Admis-
sion by permission of instructor only.
FIRST TERM
Physical Geology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
ENGL (ENGLISH)
t,NU FIRST TERM
1100 Composition (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
00 Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
200 Composition (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
200 Composition (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2100 Major British Writers (M-F 9:40-11: 0) 3)
2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 9:40-111:101 (3)
2750 Gram Ling for Elem Ed (M-F 8:00-9:30) 3)
2750 Gram Ling for Elem Ed (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3420 The Short Story (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3460 Classical Mythology (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
3570 American Folklore (M-F 1:0O-2:30) (3)
3570 American Folklore (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
3fi 0 Human Values in Lit (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3860 Intro Non Fiction Writ (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
1600 Historical Geology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
GERM (GERMAN)
FIRST TERM
1001 Elementary German (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1003 Intermediate German (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
1002 Elementary German (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1004 Intermediate German (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
HIST (HISTORY)
FIRST TERM
1040 World Hist to 1500 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1040 World Hist to 1500 (M-F 11:20-12:50 (3)
1041 Hist Eur Since 1500 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1050 Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1050 Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1051 Amer Hist Since 1877 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1051 Amer Hist Since 1877 (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3100 No Carolina Hist (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3545 His Eur Since 1914 (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4490 Dip H Eu 1815 Pres (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
4521 Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
4522 Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
SECOND TERM
1040 World Hist to 1500 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1041 Hist Eur Since 1500 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1050 Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1050 Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1050 Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1051 Amer Hist Since 1877 (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1051 Amer Hist Since 1877 (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3100 No Carolina Hist (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3415 Middle Ages (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3425 Emergence of Mod Eur (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
4521 Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
4522 Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
5680 Dip His Mod Asia (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
6993 Directed Research Study (TBA) (1)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (2)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (2)
6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
HLTH(HEALTH)
FIRST TERM
1000 Hlth Mod Soc (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
1000 Hlth Mod Soc (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
2125 Saf Educ & F.A. (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
2125 Saf Educ & F.A (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
3244 Prac Hlth Elem Sch (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
4348 Hlth Educ Prob (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5345 Alcohol Hlth Educ (M-F 1:00-4:00) (3) (68-26)
5355 Drug Educ (M-F 1:00-4:00) (3) (521-67)
SECOND TERM
1000 Hlth Mod Soc (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
1000 Hlth Mod Soc (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
2125 Safety Ed & F.A. (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
2125 Safety Ed & F.A. (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3244 Prac Hlth Elem Sch (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
HOME (HOME ECONOMICS)
FIRST TERM
1005 Food (M 9:40-11:40) (3)
1006 Food Lab (TWThF 9:40-11:40) (0)
1151 Intro to Home Ec (TTh 1:00-2:00) (1)
2103 Family Relations (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2134 Textiles (M-F 2:40-3:40) (2)
2290 Management & Theory (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
4500 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
4501 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
4502 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
4521 Readings in Home Ec (TBA) (1)
4990 Field Exper in F & N (TBA) (4)
5305 Food Conservation (M-F 1.00-5:00) (3) (613-26)
5321 Adult Educ (M-F 2:40-3:40) (2)
5339 Prob in Cloth & TCx (M-F 800-12:00) (3) (613-26)
6426 Supervision (M-F 1:00-5:00) (3) (613-26)
6430 Trends in Home Ec (M-F 8:00-12:00) (3) (613-26)
6500 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6501 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6502 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6980 Intrnshp Chid Sp I (TBA) (3)
6981 Intrnshp Chid Sp II (TBA) (3)
6984 Intrnshp Home Ec Educ (TBA) (3)
6985 Intrnshp Home Ec Educ (TBA) (3)
6986 Intrnshp Food & Nutr (TBA) (3)
6987 Intrnshp Food & Nutr (TBA) (3)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
2103 Family Relations (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2105 Nutrition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3282 Furn Constr Anal (M 9:40-12:20) (3)
3283 Furn Constr Anal Lab (TWThF 9:40-12:20) (0)
4500 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
4501 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
4502 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
4521 Readings in Home Ec (TBA) (1)
5313 Human Dev & Fam Rel (M-F 1:00-2.30) (3)
5335 Nutrition Education (M-F 1:00-5:00) (3) (628-712
5336 Methods Teh Fam Liv (M-F 8:00-12:00) (3) MM)
6480 Seminar Consumer Econ (M-F 1:00-5:00 (3) (628-712)
6500 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6501 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6502 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
6980 Intrnshp Chid Dev Sp I (TBA) (3)
6981 Intrnshp Chid Dev Sp II (TBA) (3)
6984 Intrnshp Home Ec Educ (TBA) (3)
6985 Intrnshp Home Ec Educ (TBA) (3)
6986 Intrnshp Fd & Nutr (TBA) (3)
6987 Intrnshp Fd & Nutr (TBA) (3)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
HPRO (HEALTH PROFESSIONS)
FIRST TERM
2100 Perspect in Hlth Care (MW 6:30-9:30) (2)
?4310 Gross Anatomy (TBA) (0)
?4311 Gross Anatomy Lab (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
Comm Hlth & Orgs (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Gross Anatomy (TBA) (5)
Gross Anat Lab (TBA) (0)
�Students must enroll both terms to receive credit.
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INDT (INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
1030 Engineer Graphics I (M-F 8:00-11:10) (4)
1050 Fund of Electronics (M-F 8:00-10:40) (4)
1060 Construction Tech I (M-F 8:00-11:10) (4)
3090 Supv Work Experience (TBA) (2)
3091 Supv Work Experience (TBA) (2)
3092 Industrial Production (M-F 11:20-12:50) (2)
3094 Industrial Main Prac (M-F 9:40-11:10) (2)
5500 Ind StudyGraph Comm (TBA) (3)
5501 Ind StudyVisual Comm (TBA) (3)
5502 Ind StudyElec Comm (TBA) (3)
5503 Ind StudyConstruction (TBA) (3)
5504 lndStudyMfg(TBA)(3)
6104 Indt Ed Apprenticeship (TBA) (3)
6500 Spec Prob In Ind Ed (TBA) (3)
6501 Spec Invest In Ind Ed (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
1001 Industrial Crafts (M-F 11:20-12:50) (2)
1040 Graphic Arts I (M-F 8:00-11:10) (4)
1082 Power Tech (M-F 8:00-11:10) (4)
3060 Construction Tech III (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3090 Supv Work Experience (TBA) (2)
3091 Supv Work Experience (TBA) (2)
3292 Industrial Safety (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
4323 Methods in Indt (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
5500 Ind StdyGraph Comm (TBA) (3)
5501 Ind StdyVisual Comm (TBA) (3)
5502 Ind StdyElec Comm (TBA) (3)
5503 Ind StdyConstruction (TBA) (3)
S04 lndStdyMfg(TBA) (3)
6001 Adm and Supv of INDT (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
6102 Sel & Orgof Sub Matter (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6103 Plan Indt Facilities (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
6104 Ind Ed Apprenticeship (TBA) (3)
6500 Spec Prob in Ind Ed (TBA) (3)
6501 Spec Invest in Ind Ed (TBA) (3)
JOUR (JOURNALISM)
No courses offered in this discipline this term
LIBS (LIBRARY SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
5004 Selection of Media (M-F 8:00-11:00) (3) (66-26)
6001 Govt Publications (M-F 1:00-4:00) (3) (66-26)
6502 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
6990 Internship (TBA) (2)
SECOND TERM
1000 Research Skills (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1) (627-718)
3000 Stor telling (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
5000 Media for Children (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
5002 Intro to Reference (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
5006 Lib & Society (M-F 2:40-3:40) (2)
6003 Ref Soc Sciences (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
6400 Sem Lib Adm-School (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
6488 Res Meth in Lib Sci (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
6501 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
MATH (MATHEMATICS)
FIRST TERM
000 i Math Learning Lab (M-F 8:00-9:30) (0)
0001 Math Learning Lab (M-F 9:40-11:10) (0)
0001 Math Learning Lab (M-F 11:20-12:50) (0)
1063 College Algebra (M-F 8:00-10:30) (3)
1063 College Algebra (M-F 11:20-1:50) (3)
MUSC (MUSIC)
FIRST TERM
1115 Beg Piano Grp (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
1166 Basic Musicianship (M-F 11:20-1:20) (4)
1386 Compre Music Lab (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
1425 Woodwind Grp (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
2105 Int Piano Grp (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
2115 Int Piano Grp (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
2208 Music Appreciation (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
2455 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
3018 Basic Music Skills (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3205 Voice Fundamentals (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
3455 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
4455 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
5957 Inst Prob & Tech (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
6927 Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
6937 Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
� APPLIED MUSIC: Clarinet, Piano, Flute, Voice (1 each)
SECOND TERM
1405 Woodwind Grp (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
1435 BrassGrp (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
2208 Music Appreciation (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
2258 History of Jazz (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
2465 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
3028 Mus Ed in Inter Grds (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
3465 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
4465 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
5326 20th Century Harmony (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
5416 Mus Roc & Classic (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
6957 Phil of ME (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
6927 Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
6937 Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
APPLIED MUSIC: Saxophone, Tuba, Clarinet, Trombone, Voice, French
Horn, Euphonium, Piano, Organ (1 each)
1065
1065
1075
2119
2127
2129
2171
2182
2183
3219
3219
3220
3220
3228
3263
5321
6122
�Students
0001
0001
1063
1063
1065
1075
2127
2129
2172
2183
3219
3220
3228
5101
5251
6001
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Plane Trig (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Elem of Calculus (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Basic Cone Math I (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Basic Cone Math II (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
Calculus I (M-F 11:20-1:20) (4)
Integr Calculus I (M-F 9:40-12:10) (5)
Integr Calculus II (M-F 9:40-12:10) (5)
Tech Elem Math (MW 8:00-10:30) (3)
Tech Elem Math (MW 11:20-1:50) (3)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 8:00-10:30) (0)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 11:20-1:50) (0)
Elem Statis Meth I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Intro Mod Alge (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Applied Math I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Real Variables II (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
must enroll in same class section as Lab
SECOND TERM
Math Learning Lab (M-F 8:00-9:30) (0)
Math Learning Lab (M-F 11:20-12:50) (0)
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-10:30) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 11:20-1:50) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Plane Trig (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Basic Cone Math I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Basic Cone Math II (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Calculus II (M-F 11:20-1:20) (4)
Integr Calculus II (M-F 8:00-10:30) (5)
Tech Elem Math (MW 8:00-10:30) (3)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 8:00-10:30) (0)
Elem Statis Meth I (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Adv Calculus I (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Mod Math Elem Teh I (M-F 2:40-5:40) (3) (716-82)
Matrix Algebra (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
MEDT (MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
Clinical Education (M-F 8:00-5:00) (0)
'4990
K4990
SECOND TERM
Clinical Education (M-F 8:00-5:00) (8)
?Students must enroll in both terms to receive credit
MRSC (MEDICAL RECORD SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
3000 Introd to Med Term (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
4995 Clinical Internship (M-F 8:00-5:00) (6)
SECOND TERM
No courses offered in this discipline this term.
NURS
3201
3202
3202
3250
3251
?4315
?4316
4340
5500
5501
6200
� 6200
6200
6250
6250
6250
6410
6500
6995
6995
6996
A 6997
3201
?3202
?3202
?4315
?4316
4320
6200
6200
6200
6250
6250
6250
6521
6995
6996
6997
(NURSING)
FIRST TERM
Adv Med-Surg Nurs (MF 10:00-2:30) (0)
Adv Med-Surg Nurs L (TWTh 7:00-3:00) (0)
Adv Med-Surg Nurs L (TWTh 3:00-11:00) (0)
Geriatric Nurs Care (TBA) (3)
Geriatric Nurs Care L (TBA) (0)
Comm Hlth Nurs (ThF 9:00-12:00) (0)
Comm Hlth Nurs L (MTW 9:00-3:00) (0)
Prof Nursing Probl (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Sc Comm Based Cl Nsg Th (TTH 2:00-4:15) (2)
ScComm Based Cl NsgTh (TTh 2:004:15) (2)
Sc Comm Based Cl Nsg Th (TTh 2:00-4:15) (2)
Con Cl Nsg Exp(W 4:30-7:30) (1)
Con Cl Nsg Exp (W 4:30-7:30) (1)
ConCI Nsg Exp (W 4:30-7:30) (1)
Meth Eval in Nsg (MTh 4:30-7:15) (3)
lndptStinNsg(TBA)(2)
Research ProjectThesis (MW 2:004:15) (2)
Research ProjectThesis (TBA) (3)
Research ProjectThesis (TBAMJ)
Research ProjectThesis (TBA) (1)
SECOND TERM
Adv Med-Surg Nurs (MF 10:00-2:30) (11)
Adv Med-Surg Nurs L (TWTh 7:00-3:00) (0)
Adv Med-Surg Nurs L (TWTh 3:00-11:00) (0)
Comm Hlth Nurs (ThF 9:00-12:00) (8)
Comm Hlth Nurs L (MTW 9:00-3:00) (0)
Issues in Nursing (TBA) (1)
Sc Comm Based Cl NsgTh (TTh 2:00-4:15) (1)
Sc Comm Based Cl Nsg Th (TTh 2:004:15) (1)
Sc Comm Based Cl Nsg Th (TTh 2:00-4:15) (1)
Con Cl Nsg Exp (W 4:30-7:30) (2)
ConCI Nsg Exp (W 4:30-7:30) (2)
ConCI Nsg Exp (W 4:30-7:30) (2)
ReadResearch in Nsg (MW 10:30-1:15) (2)
Research ProjThesis (MW 2:004:15) (3)
Research ProjThesis (TBA) (1)
Research ProjThesis (TBA) (1)
?Students must enroll both terms in order to receive credit.
OCCT (OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY)
FIRST TERM
4997 Occupational Therapy Field Work Level II (M-F 8:00-5:00) (0)
SECOND TERM
4998 Occupational Therapy Field Work Level II (M-F 8:00-5:00) (6)
PADM (PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION)
FIRST TERM
6170 Sem in Intergov Relations (MW 6:00-10:00) (3)
SECOND TERM
6111 Contemporary Problems (MW 6:00-10:00) (3)
PHIL (PHILOSOPHY)
FIRST TERM
Knowl, Exist & Value (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1100
1170 Human Conduct (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1171 Man and the State (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1500 Intro to Logic (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
1100 Knowl, Exist & Value (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1170 Human Conduct (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1500 Intro to Logic (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
PHYE (PHYSICAL EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
1000 Found Phye Lab (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
1018 Elem Swim (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
1021 Elem Tennis (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
1021 Elem Tennis (M-F 1:00-2:00) (1)
1101 Phys Conditioning (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
1120 Golf (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
1121 Adv Tennis (M-F 2:40-3:40) (1)
1139 Bowling (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
2530
3600
3783
3784
3793
3850
4804
6005
6203
6207
6508
6995
6996
1000
1021
1021
1101
1118
1120
1121
1139
2760
2761
2773
3545
3786
4403
4805
5303
6001
6102
6104
6201
6995
6996
Grp Gms Low Lorgan l��) �
S & M Basketball (M-F jj?.2� (1)
SAM Baseball (M-F 9:40-110:40) 0)
SAMTennis(M-F240-340(1)
Kinesiology (M-F �f 3 �,) (2)
Tests & Measurements (M-F J ��� 00) (2)
�t A Ext Act (M-F 1:0M:M, (3)
Mech Analysis (M-F 240-4:10 (3)
Phys of Exer (M-F 4:20-50) (3)
Tech of Research (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
Thesis (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
Thesis (M-F 6:00-7:30(3)
SECOND TERM
Found Phye Lab (M-F 9:410.40,(1)
Elem Tennis (M-F 8:00-9:00)0)
Elem Tennis (M-F 11:20-12:20 (1)
PhysCond (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
IntSwim (M-F 2:40-3:40) (1)
Golf (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
Adv Tennis (M-F 1:00-2:00) (1)
Bowling (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
S&MGolf (M-F 940-1040) (1)
S & M Badm & Bowl (M-F 1:00-2:00) (1)
S & M Volleyball (M-F 2:40-3:40) (1)
Prac & Proc Phye Elem (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
S&MSocASpdbl (M-F 11:20-12:20) (11
Organ & Adm Phye (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Phys of Exer (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Per Ment Retard (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adm Phye AAthl (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Hist & Phil Phye (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Currin Phye (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Adv Tests & Meas Phye (M-F 11:20-12 50) (3)
Thesis (M-F 2:404:10) (3)
Thesis (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
PHYS (PHYSICS)
FIRST TERM
1050 Phys and the Envir (M-F 11:20-1:20) (4)
1080 Phys and the Univ (M-F 9:40-11:10) (4)
1081 Phys and the Univ (MW 7:00-11:00) (0)
1250 General Physics (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1251 General Phys Lab (MW 1:00-5:00) (1)
SECOND TERM
1050 Phys and the Envir (M-F 9:40-11:10) (4)
1061 Experimental Phys (MW 1.00-5:00) (1)
1070 Physics and Man (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1260 General Physics (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1261 General Phys Lab (TTh 1:00-5:00) (1)
PLAN (PLANNING)
FIRST TERM
No courses offered in this discipline this term.
SECOND TERM
3000 Urban Planning (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3001 Planning Techniques I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
POLS (POLITICAL SCONCE)
FIRST TERM
1010 Amer Government (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1010 Amer Government (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
2102 State Local Govt (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
2104 Civil Liberties (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3033 VotBehA Public Opin (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3204 Amer judiciary (M-F 8.00-9:30) (3)
3252 Public Administrat (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
1010 Amer Government (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1010 Amer Government (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
2106 Intro Intern Relat (M-F 11 20-12:50) (3)
3039 Black Pol in America (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
3203 American Executive (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
4386 E. Asian Politics (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
PRCA (PARKS, RECREATION & CONSERVATION)
FIRST TERM
�4990 Recreation Fieldwork (TBA) (0)
?4990 Recreation Fieldwork (TBA) (0)
2000
3000
3001
?4990
?4990
SECOND TERM
Intr to Leisure Ser (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Grp Proc Lei Serv (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Grp Proc Lei Serv Lab (M 1:00-3:00) (1)
Recreation Fieldwork (TBA) (12)
Recreation Fieldwork (TBA) (12)
�Students must enroll both terms in order to receive credit.
PSYC (PSYCHOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
General I (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
General I (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
General II (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Statistics (M-F 8:00-9:00) (3)
Statistics (M-F 9:40-10:40) (3)
Sutistics Lab (MWTh 1:004:00) (0)
Statistics Lab (MWTh 1.004:00) (0)
Childhood (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Developmental (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Experimental (M-F 8:00-9:00) (3)
Experimental Lab (MWTh 1:004:00) (0)
Social (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Learning (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Personnel & Industr (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Adjustment (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Personality (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Educational (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Educational (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
Psycho! Research I (TBA) (2)
Psychol Research II (TBA) (2)
Readings in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc II (TBA)(1)
Readings in Psyc III (TBA)(1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Intro to Psyc Test (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Com Mgt in Classroom (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Psyc of Sexual Behav (M-F 8:009:30) (3)
1050
1050
1051
�2101
?2101
?2102
?2102
3201
3206
?3210
?3211
3221
3225
3240
3240
3241
3275
4300
4305
4305
4501
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4521
4522
4523
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6501
6502
6503
6519
6520
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6981
6982
6992
6993
6995
6996
7990
7991
Abnormal (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
PsycofExcep Child (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc(TBA)(l)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Independent Study I (TBA) (3)
Independent Study II (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
School Practicum I (TBA) (4)
School Practicum II (TBA) (4)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
School Practicum III (TBA) (4)
School Practicum IV (TBA) (4)
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��By permission of chairperson only.
1050
1050
1051
1051
2101
2102
3225
3240
3275
4305
4305
4310
4501
4502
4521
4522
4523
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4991
�4992
5325
5333
5372
5375
5380
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5991
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6405
6501
6502
6503
6519
6520
��6980
6981
�6982
6992
6993
6995
6996
7990
7991
SECOND TERM
General I (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
General I (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
General II (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
General II (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Statistics (M-F 9:40-10:40) (3)
Statistics Lab (MWTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
Learning (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Adiustment (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Educational (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Educational (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Physiological Psyc (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Psycholog Research I (TBA) (2)
Psycholog Research II (TBA) (2)
Readings in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Intro to Psyc Test (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Cont Mgt in Classroom (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Psyc of Cognitive Proc (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Abnormal Psyc (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Exceptional Child (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Adv Educ Psyc (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Problems in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Independent Study I (TBA) (3)
Independent Study II (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA-JW
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
School Practicum I (TBA) (4)
School Practicum II (TBA) (4)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
School Practicum III (TBA) (4)
School Practicum IV (TBA) (4)
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bv permission of chairperson only.
PTHE (PHYSICAL THERAPY)
FIRST TERM
Fund Patient Care (TTh 1:00-3:00) (2)
3150
3991
RECO
5000
6501
6502
6503
6504
6505
6506
6521
6522
6523
6991
6992
6997
6998
SECOND TERM
Clinical Education II (M-F 8:00-5:00) (3)
(REHABILITATION COUNSELING)
FIRST TERM
Intro to Rehab (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) 1
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Internship in Rehab TBA 3
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
6501
6502
6503
6504
6505
6506
6521
6522
6523
6993
6994
6997
6998
SC.E (SCIENCE EDUCAT.ON)fjrstterm
Phy Scie Elem Ed (M-F 9:40-11:10) (4)
Phy Scie Elem Ed (TWTh 1:004:W) 0)
Bk4 Env Scie Elem Ed (M-F 9:40-11:10) (4)
Id Env Scie Elem Ed (TWTh 1:0O4:(X� (0)
Elem of Photography i���
Elem of Photography (TWTh J:��;�2 �
Teach Scie in Elem Sch (M-F 8 09 3?JJ2
Tefhl1ieinElemSch(M-F9:4).11:10)(2)
Apprenticeship Scie (TBA) (3)
s�in Elem Educ (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ CTBA (3
Prob in Scie Educ TBA 3
Prob in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Readings in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
1250 Phy Scie Elem Ed (M-F 9:40-11:10) (4)
1251 Phy Scie Elem Ed (TWTh 1:004:00) (0)
3216 Teach Scie in Elem Sch (M-F 8:00-9:30) (2)
3216 Teach Scie in Elem Sch (M-F 9:40-11:10) (2)
3350 Astronomy (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
5990 Apprenticeship Scie (TBA) (3)
6505 Problems in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
6506 Problems in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
6507 Problems in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
6522 Readings in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
SEED (SECONDARY EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
3272 Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
3272 Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3272 Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3325 The Secondary School (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5321 Educ Comm Meth Mat (TBA) (3)
5374 Des Mult Inst Mat (M-F 2:00-6:00) (3) (613-26)
6424 Founda Curricu Devel (M-F 2:00-6:00) (3) (613-26)
6430 Educ Statistics (TBA) (2)
6435 Inst Dev Educ Comm (TBA) (3)
6454 Founda Amer Educ (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
6480 Intro to Resrch (M-F 8:00-12:00) (3) (613-26)
6480 Intro to Resrch (M-F 2:0(6:00) (3) (613-26)
SECOND TERM
3272 Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
3272 Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
3272 Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
5321 Educ Comm Meth Mat (TBA) (3)
6423 Hist & Phil Educ (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
6424 Founda Curricu Devel (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
6424 Founda Curricu Devel (M-F 2:00-6:00) (3) (72-13)
6430 Educa Statistics (TBA) (2)
6435 Inst Dev Educ Comm (TBA) (3)
SLAP (SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PATHOLOGY)
r FIRST TERM
3225 Lab Clinical Practice (TBA) (0)
4225 Clinical Practicum (TBA) (3)
4226 Practicum in Appraisal (TBA) (1)
5510 Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
5511 Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
5512 Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
6002 Seminar in Audiology (TBA) (3)
6225 Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (1)
6226 Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (2)
6227 Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (3)
6228 Lab Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (0)
6230 Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (1)
6231 Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (2)
6232 Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (3)
6233 Lab Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (0)
6520 Master of Science Paper (TBA) (2)
6521 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (1)
6522 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (2)
6523 Readings Sp & Hrg Re (TBA) (3)
6990 Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2) �
6991 Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2)
SECOND TERM
3225 Lab Clinical Practice (TBA) (0)
4225 Clinical Practicum (TBA) (3)
4226 Practicum in Appraisal (TBA) (1)
5510 Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
5511 Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
5512 Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
6002 Seminar in Audiology (TBA) (3)
6225 Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (1)
6226 Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (2)
6227 Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (3)
6228 Lab Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (0)
6230 Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (1)
6231 Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (2)
6232 Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (3)
6233 Lab Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (0)
6520 Master of Science Paper (TBA) (2)
6521 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (1)
6522 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (2)
6523 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (3)
6990 Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2)
6991 Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2)
SOCI (SOCIOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
2110 Intr Sociology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2110 Intr Sociology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
2110 Intr Sociology (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3222 Rural Sociology (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3225 Urban Sociology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3289 Community Organization (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
4330 Criminology (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
4370 Methods of Social Research (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
5311 Cont Social Problems (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
SECOND TERM
2110 Intr Sociology (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
2110 Intr Sociology (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
2111 Mod Social Problems (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
4337 Advanced Principles (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
5314 Sociological Concepts (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3) �
5331 Juvenile Delinquency (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
SECOND TERM
1002 Elementary Spanish (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1004 Intermediate Spanish (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
SPCH (SPEECH)
FIRST TERM
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 11.20-12:20) (2)
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 11.20-12:20) (2)
2015 Radio & TV News (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
2080 Business & Prof Spch (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
3004 Public Speaking (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
SECOND TERM
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 9:40-10.40) (2)
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
2001 Voice and Diction (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
2013 Fund of Broadcasting (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
2014 Radio & TV Speaking (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
2080 Business & Prof Spch (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
3004 Public Speaking (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
SPED (SPECIAL EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
2101 Intro to Except Chil (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
2102 Intro Mental Ret (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
3201 Meth Mat in MR I (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
5501 Minor Prob Spec Ed (TBA) (3)
5502 Minor Prob Spec Ed (TBA) (3)
6101 Introd to Learn Disab (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
6203 Adv Meth Mat MR i (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
6990 Practicum in L.D. (TBA) (2)
6991 Practicum in L.D. (TBA) (2)
6992 Internship in MR (TBA) (2)
6993 Internship in MR (TBA) (2)
SECOND TERM
2101 Intro to Except Chil (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3202 Meth Matin MR II (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5101 Intro to Except Chil (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
5102 Perspectives in MR (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5501 Minor Prob Spec Ed (TBA) (3)
5502 Minor Prob Spec Ed (TBA) (3)
6204 Adv Meth Mat MR II (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
6301 Char of Cripp Child (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
6990 Practicum in L.D. (TBA) (2)
6991 Practicum in L.D. (TBA) (2)
6992 Internship in MR (TBA) (2)
6993 Internship in MR (TBA) (2)
TECH (TECHNOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
5300 Mid Grades Occup Expl (M-F 1 00-5:00) (3) (613-26)
SECOND TERM
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SOCW (SOCIAL WORK)
FIRST TERM
Intro to Soc Welf (M-F 11.20-12:20) (2)
Soc Welf Policy & Issues (M-F 8:00-10:00) (4)
Org & Mgmt Soc Welf Systems (M 1:004:45) (0)
Field Educ & Sem (M 9:00-12:00) (0)
2000
3002
?4000
�4990
1250
1251
1260
1261
2110
2111
3216
3216
5990
6019
6505
6506
6507
6522
6995
6996
SECOND TERM
1000 Intro to Soc Work (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
2001 Fund Interviewing (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
3003 Proc Social Work Intervention (M-F 9:40-11:40) (4)
?4000 Org Management of Soc Wdfare Systems (M 1:0XM:45)(3J
�4990 Field Educ A Sem (M 9:00-12:00) (10)
5003 Proc Grp Wk Interven (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
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SPAN (SPANISH) nmmm
Elementary Spanish (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
1001
1002
1003
1004
Elementary Spanish (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Intermediate Spani (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Intermediate Spanhh (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)

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Title
Fountainhead, February 22, 1979
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
February 22, 1979
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
UA50.05.04.546
Contributor(s)
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
University Archives
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