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2010-2011
Class Schedule

Table of Contents
Announcements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
Student Rights under FERPA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Fall Semester Academic Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . iii
Index of Classroom and Building Information . . . iii
Registration Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv
Course Offerings and Registration Information
Fall Semester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
J-Term Term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Spring Semester information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Final Exam Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS
PLEASE READ PRIOR TO REGISTERING FOR CLASSES.
The Hastings College Catalog states under Academic Policies: Although the Registrars Oce and the adviser will assist the
students with their planning, nal responsibility for meeting degree requirements lies with the student. Read and develop an
understanding of your catalog requirements prior to registering for classes.
Once you have registered for a course, it is the responsibility of the student to complete the course, or ocially drop the
course from your schedule at the Registrars Oce. If a course is not dropped from your schedule, a grade of F will be
recorded on your transcript.
If you are a full-time student receiving nancial aid, do not drop below full-time status (12 credit hours) without rst
checking with the Financial Aid Oce in Hurley-McDonald Hall. Dropping to part-time status could cost you a great
deal of money.
Students participating in athletics must maintain full-time status (12 credit hours) to be certied and remain eligible. Do not
drop below 12 hours minimum without checking with the Athletic Director, Mr. Fran Hummel.
If you are registered for the current term and do not pre-register for the next term according to the college calendar deadline, you
will be assessed a $50 late registration fee. If you pre-register for the next term and withdraw from school after the January 15th
or July 15th deadline, you will be assessed a $200 registration fee.
A full load is dened as 12-16 hours during the fall and spring semester and 3 hours during the J-Term. Students who
wish to exceed these limits must have written approval from the Dean of the College (Academic Dean) and will be
assessed overload charges. The STS 130, and 121 seminar courses are the only exceptions to the overload policy.
Students who are registered for classes at Hastings College and wish to withdraw from the college must go through
an ocial withdrawal process. This process involves the completion of a Withdrawal Form that can be obtained at the
Registrars Oce in Hurley McDonald Hall. To complete the withdrawal process students will be required to visit several
administrative and academic oces listed on the Withdrawal Form. Failure to complete the Withdrawal Form in
its entirety could delay the forwarding of academic records and hamper the student when applying for nancial aid at
subsequent schools. If a student has questions concerning the withdrawal process, please contact the Registrars Oce or
the Financial Aid Oce, both located in Hurley-McDonald Hall.
Federal regulation requires that certain information be made available to students on request, Graduation Rates, Campus
Crime statistics and Equity in Athletics statistics and are available online at www.hastings.edu. The statistics are available
by contacting the Business Oce or Registrars Oce in Hurley McDonald Hall. If you have questions contact the
Registrars Oce at 402-461-7306 or 1-800-532-7642 ext. 7306.
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Fall Semester 2010

Notication of Rights under FERPA for Hastings College

The Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) aords students certain rights and protection with respect to their
education records. They are:
1.

The right to inspect and review the students education records within 45 days of the day the College receives a
request for access. Students should submit to the Registrar, or other appropriate ocial, written requests that identify
the record(s) they wish to inspect. The College ocial will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the
time and place where records may be inspected.

2.

The right to request the education amendment of the students records that the student believes is inaccurate or
misleading. Challenging a grade does not fall under the purview of FERPA regulations. The student may ask the
College to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate or misleading. The student should make the request in writing
to the Registrar; clearly identifying the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or
misleading. If the College decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the College will notify the
students of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment.
A request for a hearing must be made in writing to the Vice President for Academic Aairs, who, within a reasonable
amount of time will inform the student of the date, place and time of the hearing. The panel will include the Vice
President for Academic Aairs, Vice President for Student Aairs, and Vice President for Enrollment Management.

3.

The student may not inspect certain records according to FERPA including the following:
a) Financial information submitted by their parents.
b) Condential letters and recommendations associated with admissions criteria, employment or job placement.
c) Honors to which the student has waived their rights of inspection and review.
d) Education records containing information about more than one student.

4.

The right of consent in writing to disclose personally identiable information contained in the students
education records, except where FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. The exceptions being:
a) School ocials who have a legitimate educational interests as dened by FERPA.*
b) Parents of a dependent may request access as dened by the Internal Revenue Code.
c) A judicial order or subpoena which allows the in the College to release records without the students consent.
d) A person, company or organization providing nancial aid or contracted by the College.
e) An accrediting agency carrying out their accreditation function.
f ) To persons in an emergency in order to protect the health and safety of students or other persons.
*A College ocial has a legitimate educational interest if the ocial needs to review an education record in order to
fulll his or her professional responsibility.

5.

The right to notify the College in writing (within two weeks of the beginning of each semester) if the student
does not want any or all of the information designated as directory information to be released internally or externally.
Hastings College designates the following as directory information:
Name
Parent/Guardians name
Local address, permanent and e-mail address
Date and place of birth
Local phone and extension
Previous educational institution most recently attended
Degrees/Honors/Awards Received
Level of education classication (First-year through Grad.)
Participation in collegiate activities/athletics
Academic major(s) and minor(s)
Dates of attendance
For athletes: weight, height, and athletic statistics

6.

The right to le a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Hastings College
to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Oce that administers FERPA is:
Family Policy Compliance Oce
U.S. Department of Education
600 Independence Ave. SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-4605

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INDEX OF COURSE OFFERINGS BY DEPARTMENT


AND
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Class Periods
Monday, Wednesday, Friday (MWF) Eight, typically fty-minute, class periods beginning on the hour.
10-10:50 a.m. MWF is reserved for chapel, convocations, and meetings of on campus groups.
No classes or labs will meet during this time.
Tuesday, Thursday (TTh) Five, typically eighty-minute, class periods beginning on the half-hour and hour alternately.
Daily
4-6 p.m. is reserved for campus activities. The only classes scheduled during this time are those associated
with the following activities: e.g., Band, Choir, Major Sport, etc.
Regular classes and labs will not meet during this time.
Evening classes will not begin before 7 p.m.

Buildings/Classroom Information
A - Art Center
DC - Daugherty Conference Center
F - Fuhr Hall of Music
FC - Fleharty Center
G - Gray Center
H - Hurley McDonald Hall
HSU - Hazelrigg Student Union
K - Kiewit Building

L - Perkins Library
M - McCormick Hall
MR - Morrison-Reeves Science Center
PFF - Physical Fitness Facility
SC - Seaton Chapel
SHC - Stone Health Center
ST - Scott Theatre
W - Wilson Center

ACADEMIC CALENDAR
FALL SEMESTER 2010
Aug. 27-29 (Fri-Sun) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .New Student Days
Aug. 30 (Mon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fall Semester Classes Begin
Sep. 6 (Mon). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Labor Day Holiday
Oct. 16-19 (Sat-Tue) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fall Break
Nov. 19 (Fri) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day of Classes Before Thanksgiving
Nov. 20-28 (Sat-Sun) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thanksgiving Vacation
Nov. 29 (Mon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Classes Resume
Dec. 10 (Fri) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day of Fall Semester Classes
Dec. 13-16 (Mon-Thur) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fall Semester Final Examinations
Jan. 4 (Tue) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J-Term Begins
Jan. 25 (Tues) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J-Term Ends

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Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Registration Procedures

1. The YELLOW Registration Work Sheet is available at the Registrars Oce or the Hazelrigg Student Union front desk.

Dept

Cat

Sec

Course Title

2. Make an appointment with your advisor who will assist you in developing your schedule. During the advising appointment,
complete the YELLOW Registration Work Sheet and make sure your advisor signs this form.

ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART

110
111
120
130
140
150
225
234
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
327
328
329
331
341
371
372
373
415
416
417
453

01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Introduction to Glass
Drawing I
Intro to Ceramics
Introduction to Sculpture
Introduction to Photography (JRN)
Intro to Painting
Comm. Art & Graphic Design I (JRN)
Intro to Printmaking
Advanced Sculpture
Advanced Sculpture
Advanced Sculpture
Advanced Sculpture
Intermediate Glass
Intermediate Glass
Intermediate Glass
Advanced Ceramics
Advanced Ceramics
Advanced Ceramics
Drawing III
Comm. Art & Graphic Design III
Advanced Painting
Advanced Painting
Advanced Painting
Advanced Glass
Advanced Glass
Advanced Glass
Photography III

3. Class Lists; an alphabetical listing according to credit hours completed, will be posted prior to registration on the bulletin
boards listed below. Registration information will be placed in the Campus Bulletin. For Juniors, Sophomores, and
Freshman Yellow Registration Work Sheets will be processed according to date and time they are submitted at the
Registrars Oce.
4. Registration Information will be posted in the following buildings:
Daugherty Center (Lower Level)
Fleharty Center
Fuhr Hall
Gray Center
Hurley McDonald Hall
McCormick Hall
Morrison-Reeves Science Center
Perkins Library
Wilson Center

Registration for Fall 2010

Senior and MAT will begin


Juniors (turn-in their YELLOW Work Sheet
Juniors Finalize Registration
Sophomores (turn-in their YELLOW Work Sheet)
Sophomores Finalize Registration

Wednesday, April 7
Wednesday, April 7
Thursday, April 8
Thursday, April 8
Friday, April 9

Hazelrigg Student Union

(at the Registrars Office)


(at the Registrars Office)
(at the Registrars Office)
(at the Registrars Office)
(at the Registrars Office)

2009-2010 first-year student registration will be processed April 12 through 14.


First-year student registration will be processed on a (FIFO) First In First Out basis. During your appointment with your
advisor you will develop a schedule on the YELLOW Registration Work Sheet. Your ADVISER must sign the YELLOW
Registration Work Sheet, and the student will turn the signed YELLOW form into the Registrars Oce beginning Monday,
April 12. You must return to the Registrars Oce on April. 13th or 14th to nalize your registration. You are not registered
until all forms are completed at the Registrars Oce.
5. PART-TIME students (less than 12 hours) will begin registering as indicated on the College Calendar. If you are a
degree-seeking student in your last four semesters, contact the Registrar to be allowed to register at the correct time.
6. If you are on a Personalized Program, have Dr. Kuehn check your schedule. You must have an approved program
on le to register as a Personalized Program student. If changes are necessary in your program of study, you should le
for an approval of those changes prior to registering for classes.
7. If you are registering for an Independent Study (470) or Directed Study (270/370), check with the Registrars Oce in
advance about the eligibility requirements.

ART

Time

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1-4

MWF
MWF
T
TTh
T
TTh
T
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
W
W
W
W
W
W
TTh
Th
TTh
TTh
TTh
W
W
W
Th

2:00-3:50
1:00-2:50
7:00-10:00
10:30-11:50
7:00-10:00
1:00-2:20
7:00-10:00
9:00-11:50
1:00-2:20
1:00-2:20
1:00-2:20
1:00-2:20
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-10:00
7:00-10:00
7:00-10:00
1:00-3:50
7:00-10:00
2:30-3:50
2:30-3:50
2:30-3:50
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-10:00

3
2
2
2
3
3
1
1
3

TTh
MW
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
M
MWF

9:00-10:20
1:00-1:50
1:00-1:50
2:30-3:20
11:00-11:50
2:00-2:50
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
3:00-3:50

Instr

Room

pm
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

Kreager
McGehee
Dubas
Kreager
J. Brooks
Staff
Staff
McGehee
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager
Dubas
Dubas
Dubas
McGehee
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager
Houchin

Stdo
K243
A110
A100
W20
A200
G116
A116
A100
A100
A100
A100
Stdo
Stdo
Stdo
A100
A100
A100
K243
G116
A200
A200
A200
Stdo
Stdo
Stdo
G108

am
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
pm

Staff
Weber
Weber
Weber
McGehee
Weber
Kreager
McGehee
Staff

A213
A213
A213
A213
K242
A213
A213
A213
K242

Art Studio

Art History and Theory


AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT

101
200
200
200
310
390
405
455
424

01
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
01

Two-Dimensional Design
Intro to Art
Intro to Art
Intro to Art
Art History I (D)
Art for Elem. Teachers
Thesis/ Exhibition II
Art Hist Thesis Sem II
Special Topics: Foundations of Modern Art

8. If you are registering for an Internship (290/490), you must meet eligibility requirements and your proposal must be
approved in advance. See Ms. Graviette in the Career Services Oce, Hazelrigg Student Union, for details.
9. Students who need to CHANGE ADVISORS when changing majors or for other reasons should make
arrangements early in the advising period by contacting Mr. Peters in the Registrars Oce.
10.The Registrar will assign NEW STUDENTS an Advocate or Major Advisor. An appointment to meet with your
advisor and develop a class schedule should be made through the Registrars Oce.

Any questions about these procedures can be directed to the Registrars Oce, Hurley McDonald, 461-7306 or
1-800-532-7642 ext 7306, or dpeters@hastings.edu.

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Hrs Days

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Dept
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO

Dept
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM

Cat
101
101
102
102
102
105
105
105
105
110
111
111L
314
314L
321
321L
324
390
390L
404
404L
414
414L
474
474L
474L
481
485
486
487

Cat
111
111L
111L
151
151
155
155
155
361
365
365
384
384L
404
404L
481

Sec
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
03
04
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01

Sec
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01

BIOLOGY

Course Title
Biological Systems I, (also BIO 102 & 105)
Biological Systems I, (also BIO 102 & 105)
Biology Resource Seminar
Biology Resource Seminar
Biology Resource Seminar
Biological Systems I Lab A
Biological Systems I Lab B
Biological Systems I Lab C
Biological Systems I Lab D
Health Professional Seminar
Anatomy & Physiology I, w/lab
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
General Botany
General Botany Lab
Microbiology, w/lab
Microbiology Lab
Conservation Biology
Biology for Elem. Teachers, w/lab
Biology for Elem. Teachers Lab
Biochemistry (CHM)
Biochemistry Lab (CHM)
Medical Anatomy & Physiology I
Medical Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Genetics, w/lab
Genetics Lab
Genetics Lab
Senior Seminar I
Senior Research Project
Senior Research Project
Senior Research Project

Hrs Days
3 MWF
3 MWF
1 M
1 W
1 F
1 T
1 T
1 T
1 T
1 M
4 MWF
Th
4 MWF
Th
5 MWF
TTh
3 MWF
4 MWF
MWF
4 MWF
T
4 MWF
Th
4 MWF
T
T
2 W
0-2 MF
0-2 MF
0-2 MF

CHEMISTRY

Course Title
Gen. Organic & Biol. Chemistry I, w/lab
Gen. Organic & Biol. Chemistry I Lab
Gen. Organic & Biol. Chemistry I Lab
College Chemistry I (also CHM 155)
College Chemistry I (also CHM 155)
College Chemistry I Lab A
College Chemistry I Lab B
College Chemistry I Lab C
Organic Chemistry I (also CHM 265)
Organic Chemistry I Lab A
Organic Chemistry I Lab B
Physical Chemistry I
Physical Chemistry I Lab
Biochemistry I (BIO)
Biochemistry I Lab (BIO)
Senior Project/Seminar I

Hrs Days
4 MWF
0 T
0 T
3 MWF
3 MWF
1 Th
1 Th
1 Th
3 MWF
1 Th
1 Th
4 MWF
0 T
4 MWF
0 T
2 ARR

Time
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
8:00-8:50
8:00-8:50
8:00-8:50
8:00-10:00
10:00-12:00
12:00-2:00
2:00-4:00
3:00-3:50
1:00-1:50
1:00-3:50
1:00-1:50
7:30-10:00
9:00-9:50
10:00-12:00
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50
2:00-2:50
1:00-3:50
1:00-1:50
9:00-11:50
8:00-8:50
7:30-10:00
10:00-12:30
3:00-3:50
3:00-3:50
3:00-3:50
3:00-3:50

Time
9:00-9:50
8:00-10:20
10:30-12:50
12:00-12:50
1:00-1:50
8:00-10:20
10:30-12:50
1:20-3:50
11:00-11:50
8:00-10:30
10:30-1:00
9:00-9:50
8:00-11:00
2:00-2:50
1:00-3:50
ARR

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Instr
am
Beachly
pm
Beachly
am
Morris
am
Morris
am
Morris
am
Morris
am/pm Morris
pm
Beachly
pm
Beachly
pm
Wilhelm
pm
Wilhelm
pm
Wilhelm
pm
Morris
am
Morris
am
Wilhelm
am/pm Wilhelm
am
Morris
pm
Phelps
pm
Phelps
pm
Bohmfalk
pm
Bohmfalk
pm
Kuehn
pm
Kuehn
am
Bohmfalk
am
Bohmfalk
am/pm Bohmfalk
pm
Staff
pm
Morris/Kuehn
pm
Morris/Kuehn
pm
Morris/Kuehn

am
am
pm
pm
pm
am
am/pm
pm
am
am
am/pm
am
am
pm
pm

Instr
Heckman
Heckman
Heckman
Dogbevia
Heckman
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Heckman
Heckman
Heckman
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Bohmfalk
Bohmfalk
Heckman

Room
MR148
MR148
MR131/141
MR131/141
MR131/141
MR141
MR141
MR141
MR141
MR142
MR148
MR142
MR131
MR141
MR131/141
MR240
MR220
H220
H220
MR131
MR230
MR142
MR142
MR148
MR230
MR230
MR148
MR220
MR220
MR220

Room
MR219
MR236
MR236
MR219
MR219
MR234
MR234
MR234
MR219
MR236
MR236
MR217
MR229
MR131
MR230
MR228

Dept

Cat

Sec

ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC

100
100
100
110
301
321
331
351

01
02
03
01
01
01
01
01

BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS

230
230
230
230
311
311
340
340
341
351
361
361
462

01
02
03
04
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
02
01

CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA

110
110L
110L
120
120L
120L
230
301
301L
301L
332
480

01
01
02
01
01
02
01
01
01
02
01
01

COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
150
200

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
01
01

COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM

201
241
250
314
360
360
420

01
01
01
01
01
02
01

COMMUNICATION ARTS, BUSINESS and ECONOMICS


Course Title

Hrs Days

Time

Instr

Room

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF

8:00-8:50
1:00-1:50
3:00-3:50
2:00-2:50
11:00-11:50
7:30-8:50
9:00-10:20
9:00-9:50

am
pm
pm
pm
am
am
am
am

Carpenter
Carpenter
Doerr
Doerr
Kramer
Janzen
Carpenter
Carpenter

FC142
FC142
FC142
FC142
FC141
FC147
FC142
FC142

2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

MW
MW
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF

1:00-1:50
2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50
9:00-9:50
7:30-8:50
2:30-3:50
10:30-11:50
1:00-2:20
2:30-3:50
11:00-11:50
2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50
11:00-11:50

pm
pm
pm
am
am
pm
am
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
am

Shackelford
Shackelford
Shackelford
Shackelford
Glen
Glen
Meyer
Meyer
Meyer
Meyer
Kramer
Kramer
Doerr

G116
G116
G116
G116
FC142
FC146
FC142
FC142
FC142
FC142
FC141
FC141
FC146

MWF
W
F
MWF
T
Th
TTh
MWF
T
Th
MWF
TTh

9:00-9:50
8:00-8:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
11:00-12:30
11:00-12:30
1:00-2:20
11:00-11:50
11:00-12:30
11:00-12:30
11:00-11:50
1:00-2:20

am
am
am
am
am/pm
am/pm
pm
am
am/pm
am/pm
am
pm

Brooks
Brooks
Brooks
Power
Power
Power
Erickson
Power
Power
Power
Erickson
Brooks

G113
G113
G113
G110
G109
G109
G116
G110
G110
G110
G116
G113

MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
M
MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh
M
MWF
MWF
MWF
ARR

2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50
9:00-10:20
9:00-10:20
10:30-11:50
10:30-11:50
1:00-2:20
7:00-7:50
1:00-1:50
1:00-1:50
1:00-1:50
2:30-3:50
7:00-7:50
2:00-2:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
ARR

pm
pm
am
am
am
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
am
am

Tushaus
Tushaus
Grace
Perlich
Grace
Perlich
Perlich
Grace
Tushaus
Tushaus
Henry
Perlich
Grace
Henry
Henry
Henry
Perlich

FC147
FC147
G107
G108
G107
G108
G108
G113
G107
G107
G113
G108
G113
G113
G107
G107

Accounting
Financial Accounting
Financial Accounting
Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Intermediate Accounting
Federal Income Tax
Auditing Principles
Cost Accounting

Business Administration
Business Communication
Business Communication
Business Communication
Business Communication
The Legal Environment/UCC
The Legal Environment/UCC
Marketing Principles
Marketing Principles
Consumer Behavior & Target Market
Human Resources Management (D)
Corporate Finance Mgmt
Corporate Finance Mgmt
Business Ethics

Communication Arts
Audio Fundamentals
Audio Fundamentals Lab
Audio Fundamentals Lab
Video Fundamentals
Video Fundamentals Lab
Video Fundamentals Lab
Web Fundamentals
Broadcast Production I
Broadcast I Lab
Broadcast I Lab
Web Communication
Media Production Seminar

3
3
3
3
3

Communication Studies
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Practicum in Forensics
Speaking and Writing
Also Meets
Small Group Communication
Interpersonal Communication (D)
Adv Practicum in Forensics
Argumentation & Debate
Advanced Public Address
Advanced Public Address
Teaching Speech: Methods & Meas.

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
5
3
3
1
3
3
3
2

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Economics
Dept
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO

Cat
211
211
213
213
311
331
344
345
351

Sec
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Principles of Micro-Economics
Principles of Micro-Economics
Principles of Macro-Economics
Principles of Macro-Economics
Intermediate Micro-Economics
Economics of Money & Fin. Markets
International Economics
Extreme Economics
Advanced Quantitative Methods
Econometrics (PLS)

JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN

100
100
140
180
225
230
240
250
260
321
364
380
384
430
440
450
460

01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Newswriting Fundamentals
Newswriting Fundamentals
Introduction to Photography (ART)
Practicum New Media
Commercial Art and Graphic Design I
Practicum Bronco
Practicum Collegian
Practicum HCTV
Practicum KFKX
Advertising
Photojournalism
Adv. Practicum New Media
News Bureau
Adv. Practicum Bronco
Adv. Practicum Collegian
Adv. Practicum HCTV
Adv. Practicum KFKX

Dept
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC

Cat
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
210
210
250
250
250
344
484

Sec
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
01
02
01
02
03
01
01

Course Title
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Science
Intro to Computer Science
Advanced Computer Tools
Advanced Computer Tools
Advanced Computer Tools
Operating/Networking Systems
Senior Project in Computer Science

Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Days
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh

Time
11:00-11:50
1:00-1:50
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-10:20
9:00-10:20
1:00-2:00
1:00-1:50
1:00-2:20

3
3
3
0-1
3
1
1
1
1
3
3
1-3
3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3

MWF
MWF
T
W
T
ARR
M
M
W
TTh
MWF
W
MWF
ARR
M
M
W

9:00-9:50
11:00-11:50
7:00-10:00
12:00-12:50
7:00-10:00
ARR
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
10:30-11:50
2:00-2:50
12:00-12:50
2:00-2:50
ARR
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50

am
pm
am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
pm

Instr
Kinnear
Kinnear
Black
Black
Kinnear
Black
Kinnear
Black
Amyot

Room
FC147
FC147
FC147
FC146
FC146
FC147
FC147
FC146
DC10

Stofer
Stofer
J. Brooks
Erickson
Staff
Toms
Erickson
Power
Brooks
Shackelford
Erickson
Erickson
Brooks
Toms
Erickson
Power
Brooks

G108
G108
W20
G108
G116

Journalism
am
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Hrs
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
3
3
3
4
1-3

Days
MF
MW
W
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
ARR

Time
9:00-9:50
12:00-12:50
8:00-9:50
8:00-8:50
1:00-1:50
2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50
11:00-12:50
2:00-3:50
1:00-1:50
9:00-10:20
10:30-11:50
9:00-11:50
ARR

am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
pm
am/pm
pm
pm
am
am
am

Instr
Boeve
Boeve
Boeve
Knudson
Knudson
Knudson
Knudson
Buchholz
Hall
Knudson
Karr
Karr
Hall
Cooke

G108
G109
G110
G113
G110
G108
G107
G108
G109
G110

Room
W30
W30
W30
W30
W30
W30
W30
W20
W20
W30
W30
W30
W20
ARR

Dept
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED

Cat
100
100
140
300
300
310

Sec
01
02
01
01
02
01

ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED

320
321
331
330
340
342E

01
01
01
01
01
01

ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
FLL

335 01
336 01
342S 01
344E 01
344S 01
350 01
351 01
352 01
352 02
360 01
361 01
362 01
364 01
382 01
400 01
410 01
421 01
440 01
440M 01
450 01
450M 01
474 01
474 02
474M 01
420 01

EDUCATION

Course Title
Hrs Days Time
American Schools (also ED 140)
3 MWF 9:00-9:50
American Schools (also ED 140)
3 MWF 1:00-1:50
Education Laboratory
DC ARR
ARR
Growth and Learning
3 MWF 8:00-8:50
Growth and Learning
3 MWF 9:00-9:50
Intro. to Special Education (D, S-L)
3 MWF 11:00-11:50
Jr-Block - Lincoln School MWF 8:00-12:00/TTh 8:00-3:30 PM
Childrens Literature
3 MW
11:00-11:50
Mthds. of Teaching Social Studies
3 TTh
10:30-11:50
Develop. Rdg. & Mthds. of Tchng. Rdg.
3 MW
7:30-8:30
The Teaching of Language Arts
3 W
7:00-10:00
Elementary Clinical
DC ARR
ARR
Classroom Management & Organization-Elem 2 TTh
2:30-3:50
Jr-Block - Lincoln School MWF 8:00-12:00/TTh 8:00-3:30 PM
Methods in Early Childhood Education
3 TTh
9:00-10:20
Early Childhood Practicum
1 ARR
ARR
Classroom Management & Organization-Sec 2 MW
2:00-2:50
Educational Assessment - Elem
DC F
1:00-1:50
Educational Assessment - Sec
DC W
3:00-3:50
Secondary Clinical
DC ARR
ARR
Characteristics of Child. & Yth w/Disab
2 TTh
2:30-3:20
Instructional Tools
3 TTh
2:30-3:50
Instructional Tools
3 W
7:00-10:00
Pre-Practicum Field Experience
1-3 ARR
ARR
Pre-Practicum M/M K-6
1-3 ARR
ARR
Pre-Practicum M/M 7-12
1-3 ARR
ARR
Practicum I-M/M
3 ARR
ARR
Educating a Multicultural Society (D)
3 TTh
10:30-11:50
Senior Seminar
1 M
7:00-9:00
Reading in the Content Field
1 M
3:00-3:50
Commun./Conslt. & Collab. Partnshp. (S-L)
2 MW
1:00-1:50
Elem. Teaching Practicum
5-10
M-F
Elem. Teaching Practicum-M/M
5-10
M-F
Sec. Teaching Practicum
5-10
M-F
Sec. Teaching Practicum-M/M
5-10
M-F
Post-Practicum Fld. Exp.
1-3 ARR
ARR
Post-Practicum Fld. Exp.
1-3 ARR
ARR
Post-Practicum Fld. Exp. II-M/M
1-3 ARR
ARR
Teaching English as a Second Language
3 T
7:00-10:00

am
pm
am
am
am
am
am
am
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

am
pm
pm
pm
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR

pm

Instr
Rempp
Valentine
Loch
Loch
Loch
J. Hall

Room
H220
H220
H220
L206
L206
H220

Sunderman
Valentine
Rethorst
Rethorst
Sunderman
Sunderman

H06
H229
H220
H220
Lin Sch
H220

Sunderman
Sunderman
Loch
Sunderman
Valentine
Staff
J. Hall
Karr
Phelps
Rempp
J. Hall
J. Hall
J. Hall
Pratters
Loch
Valentine
J. Hall
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch
Rempp
Loch
J. Hall
Rempp

H220
H221
H229
H229
H221
H221
G116
G116
H215
H204
H204
H204
H220
H220
H221
H229
H209
H209
H209
H209
H215
H215
H204
H220

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Education - Graduate Level Courses


Dept Cat
ED
500
ED
500
ED
510

Sec
01
02
01

ED
ED
ED
ED
ED

520
521
531
530
542E

01
01
01
01
01

ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
FLL

535
542 S
544E
544S
551
552
552
561
562
564
582
610
621
640
650
620

01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Hrs Days Time
Growth and Learning
3 MWF 8:00-8:50
Growth and Learning
3 MWF 9:00-9:50
Intro. to Special Education (S-L)
3 MWF 11:00-11:50
Jr-Block - Lincoln School MWF 8:00-12:00/TTh 8:00-3:330 PM
Childrens Literature
3 MW
11:00-11:50
Mthds. of Teaching Social Studies
3 TTh
10:30-11:50
Develop. Rdg. & Mthds. of Tchng. Rdg.
3 MW
7:30-8:30
The Teaching of Language Arts
3 W
7:00-10:00
Classroom Management &Organization-Elem 2 TTh
2:30-3:50
Jr-Block - Lincoln School MWF 8:00-12:00/TTh 8:00-3:330 PM
Methods in Early Childhood Education
3 TTh
9:00-10:20
Classroom Management & Organization- Sec 2 MW
2:00-2:50
Educational Assessment-Elem
1 F
1:00-1:50
Educational Assessment-Sec
1 W
3:00-3:50
Characteristics of Child. & Yth w/Disab
2 TTh
2:30-3:20
Instructional Tools
3 TTh
2:30-3:50
Instructional Tools
3 W
7:00-10:00
Pre-Practicum M/M K-6
1-3 ARR
ARR
Pre-Practicum M/M 7-12
1-3 ARR
ARR
Practicum I-M/M
3 ARR
ARR
Educating a Multicultural Society
3 TTh
10:30-11:50
Reading in the Content Field
1 M
3:00-3:50
Commun./Conslt. & Collab. Partnshp. (S-L)
2 MW
1:00-1:50
Elementary Teaching Practicum
3 ARR
ARR
Secondary Teaching Practicum
3 ARR
ARR
Teaching English as a Second Language
3 T
7:00-10:00

Dept
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS

Cat
100
120
151
245
285
324
347
357
364
385
420
481

Sec
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Western Civilization to 1648
World Civilization to 1500
U.S. History to 1865
History of Christianity (REL)
History of Plains Indians (D)
Renaissance Reformation & Baroque
Modern Mexico (PLS) (D)
Medieval Christianity (REL)
American Revolution & the Early Republic
History of Plains Indians (D)
Methods of Teaching Social Sciences
Senior Research Seminar

HIS
HIS
HIS

524
564
681

01
01
01

HISTORY

am
am
am

Instr
Loch
Loch
J. Hall

Room
L206
L206
H220

am
am
am
pm
pm

Sunderman
Valentine
Rethorst
Rethorst
Sunderman

H06
H229
H220
H220
H220

am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

Sunderman
Loch
Sunderman
Staff
J. Hall
Karr
Phelps
J. Hall
J. Hall
J. Hall
Pratters
Valentine
J. Hall
Loch
Loch
Rempp

H220
H221
H229
H229
H221
G116
G116
H204
H204
H204
H220
H221
H229
H209
H209
H220

Instr
Babcock
Avent
Laegreid
McCarthy
Laegreid
Babcock
Avent
Babcock
Laegreid
Laegreid
Staff
Avent

Room
M110
M110
M224
L206
M224
M111
M110
M110
M224
M224

Babcock
Laegreid
Avent

M111
M224
M110

am
pm
pm
pm

Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Days
MTWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
ARR
TTh

Time
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-10:20
11:00-11:50
1:00-2:20
1:00-1:50
10:30-11:50
10:30-11:50
11:00-11:50
ARR
2:30-3:50

4
4
4

TTh
TTh
TTh

1:00-2:20
pm
10:30-11:50 am
2:30-3:50
pm

am
am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
am
am
am
pm

M110

LANGUAGES and LITERATURES

Dept
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG

Cat
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
110
120
120
200
226
301
344
354
364
384

Sec
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Composition
Composition
Composition
Composition
Composition
Composition
Composition
Intro to Literature (D)
Modern Short Fiction (D)
Modern Short Fiction (D)
Lit of the Western World
Contemporary Fiction
Studies in Brit. Lit. History
Writing Literary Criticism
Lit of North Am. Diversity (D)
The Structure of English
Creative Writing: Fiction

Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Days
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh

Time
11:00-11:50
1:00-1:50
2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50
9:00-10:20
10:30-11:50
1:00-2:20
9:00-9:50
1:00-1:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-9:50
8:00-8:50
1:00-2:20
10:30-11:50
11:00-11:50
2:30-3:50
9:00-10:20

FLL
FLL
FLL

111
260
360

01
01
01

Intro to Language & Culture (D)


Directed Study Abroad
Directed Study Abroad

3
6
6

MWF
ARR
ARR

8:00-8:50
ARR
ARR

CHS
CHS

101
111

01
01

Elementary Chinese
Chinese Culture and Arts

4
3

TTh
TTh

FRN
FRN

101
201

01
01

Elementary French (D)


Intermediate French

4
3

MWF
MWF

GER
GER
GER

101
201
304

01
01
01

Elementary German (D)


Intermediate German
Adv. German Composition & Conversation

4
3
3

SPN
SPN
SPN

101
201
314

01
01
01

Elementary Spanish (D)


4
Intermediate Spanish
3
Adv. Spanish Conversation and Composition 3

ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG

501
544
554
564
584

01
01
01
01
01

Room
G113
M220
H06
M220
M221
M221
M220
H229
M111
M111
M111
M224
M224
M111
M111
M220
H221

Wunderlich
Anderson
Anderson

M221
M07A
M07A

10:30-11:50 am
1:00-2:20
pm

G. Abel
G. Abel

M223
M223

2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50

Lamski
Lamski

M223
M223

MTWTh12:00-12:50 pm
MWF 11:00-11:50 am
TTh
9:00-10:20 am

Wunderlich
Wunderlich
Wunderlich

M223
M223
M223

MWThF 9:00-9:50
am
MWF 11:00-11:50 am
TTh
10:30-11:50 am

Staff
Staff
Staff

M220
M220
M220

Waller
Anderson
Malloy
Strasheim
Fairbanks

M224
M111
M111
M220
H221

am

pm
pm

Languages and Literatures - Graduate Level Courses


Studies in Brit. Lit. History
Writing Literary Criticism
Lit of Am. Minorities
The Structure of English
Creative Writing: Fiction

4
4
4
4
4

History - Graduate Level Courses


Renaissance Reformation & Baroque
American Revolution & the Early Republic
Senior Research Seminar

Instr
D. Strasheim
Waller
D. Strasheim
Waller
Bonar
Bonar
Anderson
Fairbanks
Malloy
Malloy
Anderson
Lloyd
Waller
Anderson
Malloy
Strasheim
Fairbanks

am
pm
pm
pm
am
am
pm
am
pm
pm
am
am
pm
am
am
pm
am

TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh

1:00-2:20
10:30-11:50
11:00-11:50
2:30-3:50
9:00-10:20

pm
am
am
pm
am

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Dept
MTH
MTH
MTH
MTH
MTH

Cat
110
110
150
150
210

Sec
01
02
01
02
01

MTH

210

02

MTH
MTH
MTH

251
404
420

01
01
01

MTH

484

01

Dept
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU

Cat
101
131
131
131a
131a
131f
141F
141
141
151
161
200
200
200
211K
231
231a
241
241
341a
351
352
361
380a
380b
380c
380d
390
391
420
433
461

Sec
01
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

MU
MU

590
620

01
01

MATHEMATICS

Course Title
Math Foundations: Numbers and Patterns
Math Foundations: Numbers and Patterns
Calculus I
Calculus I
Introduction to Statistics
Also Meets
Introduction to Statistics
Also Meets
Calculus III
Real Analysis
Teaching Mathematics:
Methods and Measurements
Senior Project in Mathematics

Hrs
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Days
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
T
MWF
Th
MWF
MWF
TTh

1-3 ARR

MUSIC

Course Title
Introduction to Music Education
Basic Musicianship I
Basic Musicianship I
Ear Training Lab I
Ear Training Lab I
Fundamentals of Music
Keyboard Fundamentals I/Non-Major Piano
Basic Keyboard I
Basic Keyboard I
Beg. Voice Class/Non Maj.
Fretted Instruments
Intro to Music
Intro to Music
Intro to Music
German Diction
Basic Musicianship III
Ear Training Lab III
Basic Keyboard III
Basic Keyboard III
String Methods
Basic Conducting
Instructional Tools: Music
History and Literature II: Baroque/Classical
Piano Accompanying-General
Piano Accompanying-Vocal
Piano Accompanying-Instru.
Piano Accompanying-Ensemble
Music for Elementary Teachers
Piano Pedagogy I
Teaching Music: Methods (Secondary)
Choral Arranging
Cultural Perspectives and World Music (D)

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Music Lesson & Labs


Time
9:00-10:20
9:00-10:20
8:00-9:50
11:00-12:50
1:00-1:50
1:00-2:20
2:00-2:50
1:00-2:20
8:00-9:50
11:00-12:50
10:30-12:50

Instr
am
Schneider
am
Buchholz
am
Cooke
am/pm Hall
pm
Cooke
pm
Cooke
pm
Buchholz
pm
Buchholz
am
Schneider
am/pm Cooke
am/pm Schneider

ARR

Hrs
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
2
3

Days
F
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
T
TTh
MW
MW
TTh
MW
MWF
TTh
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
M
MWF
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
M
MW
TTh
ARR
TTh

Time
8:00-8:50
8:00-8:50
11:00-11:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
11:00-11:50
8:00-8:50
1:00-1:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-9:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
10:30-11:20
8:00-8:50
2:00-2:50
2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50
9:00-9:50
10:30-11:20
9:00-9:50
7:00-10:00
1:00-1:50
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
7:00-9:00
9:00-9:50
7:30-8:50
ARR
12:45-2:00

2
3

M
TTh

7:00-9:00
7:30-8:50

Cooke

Room
W120
W130
W130
W120
W130
W20
W130
W20
W120
W130
W120
ARR

pm

Instr
Laing/Labrie
Johnson
Johnson
Murphy
Murphy
Staff
Moore
Murphy
Murphy
Staff
Klentz
Mountford
Johnson
LaChance
Staff
LaChance
LaChance
Sokasits
Sokasits
Jensen
Laing
Shaw
McKim
Moore
Moore
Moore
Moore
Michalek
Sokasits
Jensen
Mountford
Koozer

Room
F37
F43
F37
F37
F37
F43
F45
F45
F45
F61
F71
F43
F71
F43
F37
F37
F37
F45
F45
F71
F71
F43/45
F43
F49
F49
F49
F49
F37
F37
F43
F46
F43

pm
am

Michalek
Jensen

F37
F79

am
am
am
am
am
am
am
pm
pm
am
am
am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
pm
am
am
am
pm
pm

pm
am
am

Music - Graduate Level Courses


Music for Elementary Teachers
Teaching Music: Methods

All lessons must be approved in advance by the Music Department Chair


Registration Material for MUSIC MAJORS ONLY:
MU
1-511a 01 Organ Lesson (also Lab)
1-3 ARR
MU
1-511aL 01 Keyboard Lab - Organ
0 Th
MU
1-511b 01 Piano Lessons (also Lab)
1-3 ARR
MU
1-511bL 01 Keyboard Lab - Piano
0 Th
MU
1-511c 01 Strings Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-511cL 01 Strings Lab
0 T
MU
1-511d 01 Voice Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-511dL 01 Voice Lab
0 T
MU
1-511e 01 Brass Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-511eL 01 Brass Lab
0 T
MU
1-511f 01 Woodwind Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-511fL 01 Woodwind Lab
0 T
MU
1-511g 01 Percussion Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-511gL 01 Percussion Lab
0 T
MU
1-511h 01 Guitar Lessons
1 ARR
MU
1-511i
01 Composition
1-2 ARR

ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
ARR

pm

Staff
Staff

Prk Aud
Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff
Staff
Staff

Prk Aud
F21
F46

Staff
Staff

F
F

pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

Jensen
Staff
LaChance
Mountford
Mountford
Laing
Jensen
Mountford
Smith
Koozer/LaBrie
Jensen
Staff
LaChance
Mountford
Mountford
Laing
Jensen
Mountford
Smith
Koozer/LaBrie

Prk Aud
TBA
F71
F43
F43
F71
F71
F43
F43
F37
Prk Aud
TBA
F71
F43
F43
F71
F71
F43
F43
F37

pm
pm
am
am
pm
am
pm

Instr
Lovekin
E. Bennett
B. Bennett
B. Bennett
Lovekin
E. Bennett
Lovekin

Room
K242
H229
M221
M221
L206
K242
L206

All lessons must be approved in advance by the Music Department Chair


Registration Material for NON-MUSIC MAJORS ONLY:
MU
125
01 Applied Lesson (non-major)
1 ARR
ARR
MU
275
01 Applied Lesson (non-major)
1 ARR
ARR

Music Ensembles
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU

100
210
230
230a
230aL
250
250a
260a
260b
260c
300
410
430
430a
430aL
450
450a
460a
460b
460c

Dept
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL

Cat
100
104
204
204
211
274
314

01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Bell Choir
Chamber Ensemble
Jazz Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble Lab
Band (*4-6)
Orchestra (Eve)
Choir (*4-6)
Hastings College Singers
Mens Choir
Bell Choir
Chamber Ensemble
Jazz Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble Lab
Band (*4-6)
Orchestra (Eve)
Choir (*4-6)
Hastings College Singers
Mens Choir
* Weekly alternating schedule

Sec Course Title


01 Intro to Philosophy
01 Ethics
01 Logic
02 Logic
01 Ancient & Medieval Philosophy
01 Philosophy of Religion (REL)
01 Theory of Knowledge

1
1
NC
1
NC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NC
1
NC
1
1
1
1
1

TTh
ARR
MWF
MWF
MW
M-F
Th
M-F
TTh
TTh
TTh
ARR
MWF
MWF
MW
M-F
Th
M-F
TTh
TTh

PHILOSOPHY
Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Days
MWF
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF

12:00-12:50
ARR
12:00-12:50
3:00-3:50
12:00-12:50
4:00-6:00
7:30-10:00
4:00-6:00
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
ARR
12:00-12:50
3:00-3:50
12:00-12:50
4:00-6:00
7:30-10:00
4:00-6:00
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50

Time
2:00-2:50
1:00-2:20
9:00-9:50
11:00-11:50
12:00-12:50
10:30-11:50
3:00-3:50

pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

PHYSICAL EDUCATION and HUMAN PERFORMANCE

Dept
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED

Cat
101
102
102
102
102
102
108
113

Sec
01
01
02
03
04
05
01
01

Course Title
Foundations of Physical Education
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Outdoor Pursuits
Intro to Scuba

Hrs
3
2
2
2
2
2
3
1

PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED

115
160
170
183
190
194
201
220
231
271
314
320
324
330
342
351
352
361
362
363
369
390
420
453
483

01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Introduction to Sport & Recreation


Aerobics
Swimming
Dance Techniques I
Beginning Weight Training
Advance Weight Training
First Aid
Athletic Training Field Study - I
Athletic Training Procedures
Foundations of Exercise Science
Facility Management & Budgeting
Athletic Training Field Study - II
Sport Sociology & Ethics
Exercise for the Aging Adult
Sport Psychology
Theory of Coaching Football
Motor Learning
Theory of Coaching Basketball
Exercise Physiology
Theory of Coaching Volleyball
Coaching Practicum
Methods of Teaching Elem. P.E.
Methods of Teaching Secondary PE
Administration of Sport & Recreation
Seminar in Exercise Science

2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3

Days
MWF
MW
MW
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
8/31
-9/9
MW
MW
TTh
TTh
MW
ARR
MW
T
TTh
TTh
TTh
Th
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
ARR
TTh
MW
MWF
TTh

Time
2:00-2:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
11:00-11:50
10:30-11:50
2:30-3:50
1:00-2:20
6:30-7:30

9:00-9:50
12:00-12:50
1:00-1:50
2:30-3:20
2:00-2:50
ARR
9:00-9:50
10:30-11:50
1:00-1:50
10:30-11:50
10:30-11:50
10:30-11:50
9:00-10:20
8:00-8:50
11:00-11:50
9:00-10:20
1:00-2:20
1:00-1:50
9:00-9:50
2:30-3:50
ARR
7:30-8:50
7:30-8:50
1:00-1:50
10:30-11:50

pm
am
am
am
am
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
am
am
pm
am
am
am
am
am
am
am
pm
pm
am
pm
am
am
pm
am

Instr
Kranjc
Clay
Creech
Clay
Kranjc
McCauley
Staff
Beachly

Room
FC 145
FC145
FC144
FC144
FC144
FC145
FC 146
YMCA

Clay
Jacobi
Carson
Cummins
Creech
Mierkeiwicz
Schulte
Schulte
Macklin
Dittman
Staff
Macklin
Flogaites
Dittman
Hoffman
Mierkeiwicz
Hoffman
Creech
Kuehn
Alexander
Mierkeiwicz
Hamik
Hamik
Alexander
Hoffman

FC145
K130
YMCA
K130
Wt Rm
Wt Rm
FC146
Trng Rm
FC 145
FC145
FC 147
Trng Rm
FC144
FC 147
FC145
FC145
FC144
FC144
MR142
FC144
Office
K214
K214
FC145
FC146

Phys. Educ. and Human Performance - Graduate Level Courses


PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED

542
552
562
590
620
683

01
01
01
01
01
01

PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED

100A
100B
100C
100D
100E
100F
200A
200B
200C
200D
200E
200F
250

01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Sport Psychology
Motor Learning
Exercise Physiology
Methods of Teaching Elem. P.E.
Methods of Teaching Secondary PE
Seminar in Exercise Science

3
3
3
3
3
3

MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh
MW
TTh

11:00-11:50
1:00-2:20
9:00-9:50
7:30-8:50
7:30-8:50
10:30-11:50

am
pm
am
am
am
am

Hoffman
Hoffman
Kuehn
Hamik
Hamik
Hoffman

FC145
FC144
MR142
K214+
K214+
FC146

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F

4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00

pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

Mierkeiwicz
Clay
Alexander
Staff
Flogaites
Kranjc
Mierkeiwicz
Clay
Alexander
Staff
Flogaites
Kranjc
Staff

Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
Gym
K130

Major Sport
Major Sport, FB
Major Sport, CC
Major Sport, VB
Major Sport, WG
Major Sport, WS
Major Sport, MS
Advanced Sport Tech., FB
Advanced Sport Tech., CC
Advanced Sport Tech., VB
Advanced Sport Tech., WG
Advanced Sport Tech., WS
Advanced Sport Tech., MS
Cheerleading/Dance Participation

10

PHYSICS

Dept
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY

Cat
201
201R
201L
201L
201L
211
211R
211L
211L
354
354L
354L
374
374L
374L
481

Sec
01
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
02
01
01
02
01
01
02
01

Course Title
General Physics. W/Lab & Recitation
Recitation
General Physics Lab
General Physics Lab
General Physics Lab
College Physics w/Lab & Recit.
Recitation
College Physics Lab
College Physics Lab
Physical Optics, w/Lab
Optics Lab I
Optics Lab II
Modern Physics, w/lab
Modern Physics Lab I
Modern Physics Lab II
Senior Project I

Dept
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS

Cat
150
150
150
266
271
301
347
351
374
484

Sec
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Introduction to Political Science (D)
Introduction to Political Science (D)
Introduction to Political Science (D)
American Political Institutions
World Politics (D)
Public Opinion, Voting and Elections Amer
Modern Mexico (HIS) (D)
Advd Quant. Methods/Econometrics (ECO)
American Foreign Policy
History of Political Thought

Dept
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY

Cat
100
100
100
130
130
200
201
236
245
305
311
313
331
373
375
375
436
450
491

Sec
01
02
03
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01

Course Title
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Psychology
Social Psychology
Social Psychology
Professional Development
Biopsychology
Health Psychology
Psychology of Adolescence
Psychology of Aging
Industrial Organizational Psychology
Behavioral Intervention
Cross-Cultural Psychology (D)
Research Methods and Statistics
Research Methods Lab
Research Methods Lab
Health Psychology
Field Work Practicum
Senior Seminar

PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY

511
513
531
573
575
575

01
01
01
01
01
02

Hrs Days
5 MWF
T
Th
Th
Th
5 MWF
Th
T
T
4 MWF
T
T
4 MWF
Th
Th
2 M

Time
11:00-11:50
12:00-12:50
7:30-9:50
10:00-12:20
1:00-3:20
2:00-2:50
12:00-12:50
10:30-12:50
1:30-3:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-11:50
1:00-3:50
9:00-9:50
9:00-11:50
1:00-3:50
12:00-12:50

am
pm
am
am/pm
pm
pm
pm
am/pm
pm
pm
am
pm
am
am
pm
pm

Instr
Dugan
Dugan
Dugan
Dugan
Dugan
Bever
Bever
Bever
Bever
Dugan
Dugan
Dugan
Bever
Bever
Bever
Dugan

Room
MR212
MR212
MR121
MR121
MR121
MR124/121
MR212
MR121
MR121
MR212
MR117/115
MR117/115
MR124/121
MR115
MR115
MR124

Time
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
11:00-11:50
1:00-1:50
2:00-2:50
10:30-11:50
1:00-1:50
1:00-2:20
9:00-10:20
9:00-9:50

am
am
am
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
am
am

Instr
Frombgen
Frombgen
Amyot
Amyot
Frombgen
Amyot
Avent
Amyot
Frombgen
Amyot

Room
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
M110
DC10
DC10
DC07

Time
11:00-11:50
11:00-11:50
1:00-1:50
10:30-11:50
1:00-1:50
9:00-9:50
1:00-2:20
11:00-11:50
10:30-11:50
1:00-1:50
1:00-1:50
8:00-8:50
10:30-11:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-10:20
10:30-11:50
11:00-11:50
9:00-9:50
9:00-10:20

am
am
pm
am
pm
am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
am
am
pm
am
am
am
am
am

Instr
Furrer
Zajack
Zajack
Zajack
Zajack
Thompson
Thompson
Wigert
Furrer
Furrer
Wigert
Warner
Wigert
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Wigert
Wigert
Furrer

Room
MR131
MR144
MR213
MR131
MR 212
MR213
MR213
MR 213
MR212
MR212
MR144
MR213
MR 213
MR213
FC141
FC141
MR213
MR144
MR213

1:00-1:50
8:00-8:50
10:30-11:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-10:20
10:30-11:50

pm
am
am
pm
am
am

Wigert
Warner
Wigert
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson

MR144
MR213
MR 213
MR213
FC141
FC141

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3

Days
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF

PSYCHOLOGY
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
1-3
3

Days
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF
T
T
MWF
MWF
TTh

Psychology - Graduate Level Courses


Industrial Organizational Psychology
Behavioral Intervention
Cross-Cultural Psychology
Advanced Research Methods
Research Methods Lab
Research Methods Lab

3
3
3
3
1
1

11

MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF
T
T

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Dept
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL

Cat
100
225
225
245
254
274
335
354
357
450

Sec
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Introduction to Religion (D)
Hebrew Bible
Hebrew Bible
History of Christianity (HIS)
Religion in Culture and Society (D)
Philosophy of Religion (PHL)
Jesus in History and Tradition
Religion in Culture and Society (D)
Medieval Christianity (HIS)
Student Ministry Practicum

Dept
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI

Cat
108
108L
108L
232
311
420

Sec
01
01
02
01
01
01

Course Title
Human Biology
Human Biology Lab
Human Biology Lab
Welcome to the Atmosphere
Natural History of the Sand Hills
Sec. Science Teaching Methods

SCI
SCI

511
620

01
01

RELIGION
Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3

Days
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh
ARR

SCIENCE

Hrs Days
4 MWF
T
T
3 MWF
4 MWF
3 M

Fall Semester 2010 Class Schedule

Time
1:00-2:20
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
10:30-11:50
9:00-10:20
10:30-11:50
11:00-11:50
9:00-10:20
10:30-11:50

Instr
McCarthy
Aikin
Aikin
McCarthy
Heriot
E. Bennett
E. Bennett
Heriot
Babcock
Staff

Room
L206
K242
L206
L206
H229
H229
L206
H229
M110

pm
am
pm
am
am
am
am
am
am

Time
11:00-11:50
1:00-2:20
2:30-3:50
9:00-9:50
8:00-8:50
7:00-10:00

am
pm
pm
am
am
pm

Instr
Room
Kuehn
MR148
Kuehn
MR142
Kuehn
MR142
Dugan
MR212
Adrian/Beachly MR144
Phelps
H221

8:00-8:50
7:00-10:00

am
pm

Adrian/Beachly MR144
Phelps
H221

Science - Graduate Level Courses

Dept
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC

Cat
100
110
113
130
130
201
254
295
295
303
351
364
393

Sec
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01

SOC
SOC
SOC

551
595
595

01
01
02

Natural History of the Sand Hills


Sec. Science Teaching Methods

Course Title
Intro to Sociology (D)
Race, Gender and Class (D)
Cultural Anthropology (D, S-L)
Social Psychology (D)
Social Psychology (D)
Intro to Justice
Deviance
Behavioral Statistics
Behavioral Statistics
Fundraising and Philanthropy
Organizational Behavior
Law Enforcement
Research Methods

4
3

MWF
M

SOCIOLOGY
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Days
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
T
MWF

Time
12:00-12:50
9:00-9:50
10:30-11:50
7:30-8:50
2:30-3:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-10:20
11:00-11:50
1:00-1:50
7:30-8:50
2:30-3:50
6:30-9:30
3:00-3:50

TTh
MWF
MWF

2:30-3:50
pm
11:00-11:50 am
1:00-1:50
pm

pm
am
am
am
pm
pm
am
am
pm
am
pm
pm
pm

Instr
Abel
Abel
Heriot
Loetterle
C. Strasheim
Kettlitz
Kettlitz
Boeve
Boeve
Doerr
Abel
Kraai
Kettlitz

Room
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC10
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC06
FC146
DC06
DC06
DC06

Abel
Boeve
Boeve

DC06
DC06
DC06

STUDENT SERVICES

Dept
STS
STS
STS
STS

Cat
110
110
110
110

Sec
01
02
03
04

Course Title
Learning Strategies
Learning Strategies
Learning Strategies
Learning Strategies

STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS

130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Living & Learning at HC


Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC
Living & Learning at HC

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS

150
151
152
160
161
162

01
01
01
01
01
01

Peer HIV Ed. (PHIVE-0) by Permission


College Acqu. Rape Ed. (CARE) by Permission
BACCHUS by Permission
Adv. PHIVE-0 by Permission
Adv. CARE by Permission
Adv. BACCHUS by Permission

1
1
1
1
1
1

STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS

170
170
170
170
170
170
170
170

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08

Learning Lab I
Learning Lab I
Learning Lab I
Learning Lab I
Learning Lab I
Learning Lab I
Learning Lab I
Learning Lab I

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Dept
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR

Cat
124
200
200
221
336
424
464
480

Sec
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Stagecraft / Management
Intro to Theatre
Intro to Theatre
Fundamentals of Acting
Theatre of Diversity (D)
Advanced Acting
Dramatic Theory and Criticism
Theatre Lab

Sociology - Graduate Level Courses


Organizational Behavior
Behavioral Statistics
Behavioral Statistics

3
3
3

12

Hrs
2
2
2
2

Days
MW
MW
TTh
TTh

13

am
am
am
am

Instr
Haverly
Haverly
Haverly
Haverly

Room
H06
H229
H06
H06

TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD

Peters
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR

Grace
Littrell
Littrell
Grace
Littrell
Littrell

SHC
SHC
SHC
SHC
SHC
SHC

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR

Haverly
Haverly
Haverly
Haverly
Haverly
Haverly
Haverly
Haverly

H02
H02
H02
H02
H02
H02
H02
H02

Instr
White
Tushaus
Fritzler
White
Fritzler
Fritzler
White
White

Room
ST
G107
M224
ST
H221
ST
M221
ST

THEATRE
Hrs
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
1

Time
9:00-9:50
11:00-11:50
9:00-9:50
10:30-11:20

Days
TTh
MW
MW
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
ARR

Time
9:00-10:20
11:00-11:50
1:00-1:50
10:30-11:50
11:00-11:50
1:00-2:20
1:00-1:50
ARR

am
am
pm
am
am
pm
pm

NOTES:

The January Term


JANUARY 2011
During January of 2011, Hastings College will conduct its forty-fth consecutive January Term. Among the very rst
colleges in the nation to recognize the exciting and innovative possibilities of a one-month study term between the regular
semesters, Hastings adopted the 4-1-4 calendar early and has been improving on it ever since. Hastings College students
and faculty members continually rearm their commitment to the January Term. J-Term is not a break between semesters;
instead, it is an integral part of the academic year, a time for innovation, experimentation, and share learning. Welcome to
J-Term 2011.

TO THE STUDENT:
The following pages have been prepared to assist you in your planning for the 2011 January Term. Keep in mind the
following information was compiled in February of 2010 and much of what it contains, especially in the COURSE
LISTINGS, is tentative. Supplements, containing additions, deletions, and revisions, will be posted in the fall of 2010.
Please read the information carefully, especially the policies listed under GENERAL GUIDELINES and NOTES ON
THE COURSE LISTINGS. You are responsible for knowing about and abiding by these policies. Please contact the
Vice President for Academic Aairs, the Registrar, or your advisor if you have any questions.
Best wishes for an exciting, enjoyable, and rewarding J-Term.

Dan Peters, Registrar


James Wiest, Vice President for Academic Aairs

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15

General Guidelines

Notes on the Course Listings

1. The January Term is an integral part of the academic year and participation is required of all full-time students.
Students may, however, request one J-Term away from campus during their junior or senior year. (See Course Listing
INT 2011A under Individualized Study Opportunities). All other exceptions to this policy may be made only by the
Vice President for Academic Aairs. Tuition and fees (except for special course assessments) for January are included
with semester charges.

Please read the COURSE LISTINGS carefully before you register. The following are guides to several of the individual
items in the LISTINGS.

2. Three semester hours is considered a full load during January. Anything over three hours will be considered an overload
and overload charges will apply. Under no circumstances will a student be permitted to register for more than ve hours.

2. COURSE NUMBERS. Some courses are listed with two course numbersone for upper-division credit and one for
lower-division credit. For such courses, register for only one number and note that upper-division credit, without
exception, requires something extra from the student. If you have any questions, ask the instructor.

3. Students are responsible for registering ocially for whichever course they wish to take. All drops and adds must be
arranged through the Registrars Oce. Students who register for a course and then fail to attend it without having
arranged for an ocial drop in the Registrars oce can expect to receive a grade of F.
4. All special assessments for individual courses (travel expenses, fees for special materials, etc.) must be paid in full in the
Business Oce. (Instructors of o-campus courses may set up their own payment schedules in cooperation with travel
agencies; the deadline for nal payment in such cases may be dierent.)
5. Also by the end of the fall semester, all students going o-campus during January must submit a signed Release and
Indemnity Agreement Form to the Vice President for Academic Aairs.
6. All full-time Hastings College students, whether on or o-campus, are covered by an accident insurance policy nanced
through student fees. Part-time students, exchange students from other colleges, and non-students are not covered by this
policy. Questions on insurance coverage and liability may be addressed to the Business Oce.

1. DEPARTMENTS. Note that some courses are cross-listed in two or more departments. For such courses, register in
only one department.

3. LOCATION. In the case of extended trip courses, this item lists the approximate duration and location of the trip.
Assume that the rest of the time will be spent in on-campus study.
4. APPLIES TOWARD. Instructors have indicated if the course counts toward L.A.P. requirements, focus area or diversity,
or if the course counts toward a departmental major.
5. GRADING POLICY. If the policy is P-F, it will count against your 16 hour pass-fail quota. First year students are
eligible for such courses during January and sophomores enrolled in such courses may take one additional class on a
pass-fail basis during the academic year. If the Policy is A-B-C-D-F, you may take the course pass-fail if you are eligible.
Remember that no course graded pass-fail may be applied toward the L.A.P., or toward a major or minor.
6. EXTRA COSTS. Travel expenses, lab fees, and lm fees, are just some of the extra costs that may be required for a
course. You should expect to buy a textbook in addition to whatever extra costs are listed.

7. Non-studentspersons not registered for credit or auditwho participate in January tours are asked to make a
per-person contribution of at least $100.00 to Hastings College.
8. A major advantage of the 4-1-4 calendar is the possibility of Intercollege Exchange during the January Term. Students
interested in this program should see the January director (Dr. James Wiest) and should register for J-Term 2011-January
Exchange. Participating schools include: St. Olaf, Whitworth, Salem, Calvin, Austin, Erskine, Augustana, Berea,
Univ. of Laverne, Washington and Jeerson, Eckerd, The Washington Center, Birmingham-Southern, Mercy, Bethel,
Gustavus and others.

Required Meeting: It is required that all students attend the preliminary meeting of January classes on
Friday, December 10th. Such things as course objectives, assignments, schedules, and meeting times will be established
during these preliminary meetings. If you dont know what time your class meets, or if you have any questions at all about
any course, ask the instructor.

9. Students may also participate in several other programs as well, including the Urban Life Center, Presbyterian
Peacemaking Program, and University of Nebraska Medical Center Workshop for Pre-Health Profession Students.
Information on these programs is also available from the Vice President for Academic Aairs.

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17

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule


Dept
JAN
JAN
JAN

Cat
2011
2011A
2011E

Sec
01
01
01

Course Title
J-Term Exchange
J-Term Exploration (Perm. of Inst.)
J-Term Excused (Prior approval)

Dept Cat

Sec Course Title

ART
ART
ART

01
01
01

AHT

324
348
367
311

Dept Cat
BIO
303
BIO
323

01

Art Studio

Photographing the West (CMA)


Comic and Graphic Novel Story Telling
Fine Art and Golf of Florida (PED)

Art History

The Art Museums of Nebraska

Sec Course Title


01 North India Adventure
01 Marine Conservation Biology

Sec Course Title


01 Chemistry Research Experience

Dept Cat

Sec Course Title

ACC

01

236
436

01
01

CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA

145
262
324
362
395

01
01
01
01
01

COM
COM

320
326

01
01

COM

464

01

ECO

135

01

ECO

140

01

105
305

Dept Cat
CSC 288

Room
H224
H224
H224

Hrs Days . Time

Instr

Room

3
3
3

Erickson
B. Hall
Hoffman/
Kreager

G116
A213
A213

ET
M-F
ET
M-F

9:00-12:00 am/pm
12:00-3:00 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm

BIOLOGY

Hrs Days . Time


3
ET
12:00-3:00 pm
3
ET
9:00-12:00 am/pm

CHEMISTRY

Hrs Days . Time


3
M-F 9:00-3:00 am/pm

01
01

Accounting

Advanced Audit

Business Administration

Current Issues for American Business


Current Issues for American Business

Communication Arts

Let There Be Light (THR)


KFKX Is On The Air
Photographing the West (ART)
KFKX Is On The Air
Digital Television Editing

Communication Studies
Lying and Deception
Applied Comm Education:
Videogames as Learning Tools
Organizational Communication

K242

Instr
Room
Kuehn/Morris MR144
D. Beachly/
MR220
W. Beachly
Instr
Heckman

Room
MR236

Hrs Days . Time

Instr

Room

Carpenter

FC142

M-F

9:00-12:00 am/pm

3
3

M-F
M-F

12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm

Doerr
Doerr

FC146
FC146

3
3
3
3
3

M-F
M-F
ET
M-F
M-F

12:00-3:00 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
12:00-3:00 pm

Tushaus
Brooks
Erickson
Brooks
Power

G109
G110
G116
G110
G110

3
3

M-F
M-F

12:00-3:00 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm

Henry
Perlich

G108
G113

ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED

360
361
362
364
382
392
440
440M
450
450M
474
474M

01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

ED

502

01

ED
ED
ED
ED
ED

552
561
562
564
582

Dept
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS

Cat
261
273
333
351
392

12:00-3:00 pm
ARR
ARR
ARR
9:00-12:00 am/pm

Sec
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Performance in the Museum (THR)
Dangerous Books of the Progressive Era (D)
Traffic: Drugs and Alcohol in World History
Big History: From Big Bang to Present (SCI)
Medieval Ireland and Modern Memory (ENG)

572

01

01

Instructional Tools

18

M-F

12:00-3:00 pm

FC147

Literature and Film: Alan Moore


North American English Dialects (D)
North American English Dialects (D)
Medieval Ireland and Modern Memory (HIS)

Foreign Language
Aztecs and Mayas
Aztecs and Mayas

3
3
3
3

M-F
M-F
M-F
ET

12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 am/pm

Waller
D. Strasheim
D. Strasheim
Anderson/

M224
W130
W130
M110

3
3

M-F
M-F

12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm

M. Johnson
M. Johnson

M221
M221

ET

12:00-3:00 pm

Lamski/Malloy M223

French

Immersion in French Language and Culture (D) 3

Graduate Courses in Languages and Literatures


North American English Dialects

Rosenthal/Stofer G107
Rosenthal/Stofer G107

G116

Room

01
01

ENG

ED

Instr

232
332

9:00-12:00 am/pm

Room
H229
H221

Hrs Days . Time

01
01
01
01

M-F

Instr
Valentine
Rempp/
Sunderman
Phelps

Room
MR131
MR131

252
272
372
392

Political Economics (PLS) (D)

Sec Course Title


Hrs Days . Time
01 Cultural Exploration and Education in Belize (D) 3
ET
9:00-12:00 am/pm
01 Cross-Cultural Awareness (D)
3
M-F 9:00-12:00 am/pm

Instr
Dogbevia
Dogbevia

ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG

01

EDUCATION

Room
ST
M220
L206
MR217
M110

LANGUAGES and LITERATURES

English

M-F

12:00-3:00 pm

MATHEMATICS

Dept Cat
MTH 302
MTH 308

Sec Course Title


01 Geometry
01 Logic, Sets and Methods of Proof

Hrs Days . Time


3
M-F 9:00-12:00 am/pm
3
M-F 9:00-12:00 am/pm

Dept
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU

Cat
130
134
236
265
292
403

Sec
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Jazz History
Sound
The Fab Four: The Beatles
Guitar from Scratch
Discovery of NY Music and Theatre (PED)
The Sevens (PHL/THR)

Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3

Days .
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F

Time
9:00-12:00 am/pm
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm

MU

480B

01

Marching Band Techniques

M-F

9:00-12:00 am/pm

MUSIC

19

G116
H204
H204
H204
H220

Instr
White
Laegreid
Avent
Adrian
Anderson/
Babcock

Sec Course Title

232

Room
W20

Time
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-3:00 am/pm

Dept Cat

FRN

Instr
Cooke

Days .
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
ET

HUMANITIES

DC10

Hrs Days Time


3
M-F 9:00-12:00 am/pm

Hrs
3
3
3
3
3

Sec Course Title


Hrs Days . Time
01 Exploration of the Cultural Diversity in Ghana (D) 3
ET
9:00-12:00 am/pm
ET
9:00-12:00 am/pm
01 Exploration of the Cultural Diversity in Ghana (D) 3

Frombgen/
Kinnear
Black

COMPUTER SCIENCE

HISTORY

Dept Cat
HUM 225
HUM 325

9:00-12:00 am/pm

Sec Course Title


01 Playing with MUD

H221

M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F

M-F

9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm

Rempp/
Sunderman
Phelps
J. Hall
J. Hall
J. Hall
Pratters

3
1-3
1-3
3
3

Four Meals: Learn How to be a Lacavore (PLS) 3

M-F
M-F

H206
H204
H204
H204
H220
H229
H206
H206
H206
H206
H206
H206

Instructional Tools
Pre-Practicum Field Exp. M/M K-6
Pre-Practicum Field Exp. M/M 7-12
Practicum I M/M
Educating a Multicultural Society

G107

3
3

Loch
J. Hall
J. Hall
J. Hall
Pratters
Valentine
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch

01
01
01
01
01

Grace

Sports Reporting and Writing


Sports Reporting and Writing

Graduate Courses in Teacher Education

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
9:00-12:00 am/pm

12:00-3:00 pm

Journalism

M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
ET
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F

M-F

1-3
1-3
1-3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1-3
1-3
3

Economics

Pre-Practicum Field Exp.


Pre-Practicum Field Exp. M/M K-6
Pre-Practicum Field Exp. M/M 7-12
Practicum I M/M
Educating a Multicultural Society (D)
Cultural Exploration and Education in Belize (D)
Elementary Teaching Practicum
Elementary Teaching Practicum-MM
Secondary Teaching Practicum
Secondary Teaching Practicum-MM
Post Practicum Field Experience
Post Practicum II M/M
Cross-Cultural Awareness

FLL
FLL

Dept Cat
ED
292
ED
302
352

McGehee

COMMUNICATION ARTS, BUSINESS and ECONOMICS

BUS
BUS

JRN
JRN

Instr
Wiest
Wiest
Wiest

ART

Dept Cat
CHM 320

434

Hrs Days . Time


Var
ARR
NC
ARR
NC
ARR

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

D. Strasheim

W130

Instr
Schneider
Buchholz

Room
W120
W130

Instr
Room
LaChance
F37
McKim
F71
Jensen
F37
Klentz
F43
Moore/Smith F43
Fritzler/Lovekin/ L206
Mountford
Laing
F71

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

Dept Cat
PHL
403

Sec Course Title


01 The Sevens (MU/THR)

Dept
PED
PED
PED

Cat
102
196
262

Sec
01
01
01

PED
PED
PED

292
365
367

01
01
01

PHILOSOPHY

Hrs Days . Time


3 M-F 12:00-3:00 pm

Course Title
Issues in Wellness
Yoga: Posture, Power and Poise
Issues in Sports

Hrs
2
2
3

Days .
M-F
M-F
M-F

Time
10:00-12:00 am/pm
1:00-3:00 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm

Discovery of NY Music and Theatre (MU)


Theory of Coaching Baseball/Softball
Fine Art and Golf of Florida (ART)

3
3
3

M-F
M-F
ET

12:00-3:00 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm

Instr
McCauley
Glomski
Alexander/
Creech
Moore/Smith
Boeve
Hoffman/
Kreager

Room
L206
H05
FC146

Instr
Bever/Dugan

Room
MR121

Instr
Frombgen/
Kinnear
Black
Amyot

Room
DC10

Hrs Days . Time


3
M-F 9:00-12:00 am/pm

Instr
Zajack

Room
MR212

9:00-12:00 am/pm

Wigert

MR213

Time
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm

Instr
Heckman
Bohmfalk
Sachtleben
Adrian

Room
MR219
MR144
MR124
MR217

Time
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm

Instr
Abel
C. Strasheim
Kettlitz
Abel

Room
DC10
M111
DC06
DC10

Instr
D. Johnson

Room
FC145

PHYSICS

Sec Course Title


01 Advanced Laboratory

Dept Cat
PLS
135

Sec Course Title


Hrs Days . Time
01 Four Meals: Learn How to be a Lacavore (ECO) 3
M-F 9:00-12:00 am/pm

PLS
PLS

01
01

Dept Cat
PSY
151

Hrs Days . Time


3
M-F 9:00-3:00 am/pm

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Political Economics (ECO) (D)


3
White House Scandals and US Political System 3

PSY

384

Dept
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI

Cat
136
153
222
351

Sec
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Fundamentals of Chemistry
Cooking Chemistry
Intro to the Night Sky
Big History: From Big Bang to Present (HIS)

Dept
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC

Cat
209
213
214
309

Sec
01
01
01
01

Course Title
The Sociology of Blues Performance
All You Need Is Love
Factors Influencing Marital Quality
The Sociology of Blues Performance

M-F

SCIENCE
Hrs
3
3
3
3

Days .
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F

SOCIOLOGY
Hrs
3
3
3
3

Days .
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F

STUDENT SERVICES

Dept Cat
STS
228

Sec Course Title


01 Foundations in Personal Finance

Dept
THR
THR
THR

Sec
01
01
01

Dept Cat
WST 100

9:00-12:00 am/pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm

PSYCHOLOGY

Sec Course Title


01 Moneyball Revolution:
Football and Basketball Analysis
01 Humor and Joy in Healing

Cat
145
261
403

M-F
M-F

Course Title
Let There Be Light (CMA)
Performance in the Museum (HIS)
The Sevens (MU/PHL)

Hrs Days . Time


3
M-F 12:00-3:00 pm

THEATRE
Hrs
3
3
3

Days .
M-F
M-F
M-F

Time
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm
12:00-3:00 pm

WOMEN and GENDER STUDIES

Sec Course Title


01 Intro to Women and Gender Studies (D)

Hrs Days . Time


3
M-F 9:00-12:00 am/pm

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Instr
Room
Fritzler/Lovekin/ L206
Mountford

PHYSICAL EDUCATION and HUMAN PERFORMANCE

Dept Cat
PHY 422

140
178

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

F43
FC145
A213

FC147
DC06

Instr
Room
Tushaus
G109
White
ST
Fritzler/Lovekin/ L206
Mountford

I. INDIVIDUALIZED STUDY
II. EXTENDED TOURS
III. ON-CAMPUS

I. INDIVIDUALIZED STUDY
JAN 2011
J-Term Exchange

Variable Credit

Location: Another College


Instructor: Vice President for Academic Aairs, J. Wiest
Prerequisites: Completion of application
Course work of interest taken at other colleges and universities oering a 4-1-4 calendar and agreeing to the intercollege exchange
program during the January Term. See James Wiest, Vice President for Academic Aairs, in Hurley 224 if interested. In the past,
participating schools have included St. Olaf, Whitworth, Salem, Calvin, Austin, Erskine, Augustana, Berea, Univ. of Laverne,
Washington and Jeerson, Eckerd, The Washington Center, Birmingham-Southern, Mercy, Bethel, Gustavus, Urban Life Center,
and others.

JAN 2011A
J-Term Exploration

No Credit

Location: O campus
Instructor: Vice President for Academic Aairs, J. Wiest
Prerequisites: Junior or Senior Standing and signature of the Vice President for Academic Aairs
A unique opportunity for students to take one January away from campus during their junior or senior year. Students may wish to visit
prospective graduate schools, visit potential places of employment, or engage in independent study and research. Before registering for
January 2011A, be sure to consult your advisor about required January courses for your major.

270/370
Directed Study

Variable Credit

Location: On Campus
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and department head
Study on an individual project, with a great deal of structure and control imposed by the supervising professor. Course requirements
must be worked out in advance, and a brief course description must be led in the Registrars Oce. This course requires regular
communication between student and instructor throughout the January. O-campus directed study projects are strongly discouraged.

470
Independent Study

Variable Credit

Location: On or O Campus
Prerequisites: Junior or Senior Standing, 2.5 overall GPA. 3.0 GPA in department, and permission of instructor, department head,
and Vice President of Academic Aairs.
Original, truly independent work, with the primary initiative coming from the student. Projects must be thoroughly planned well
in advance, and a detailed proposal approved by the supervising instructor and the department head must be submitted to the Vice
President for Academic Aairs prior to Thanksgiving vacation.

290/490
Internship

Variable Credit

Location: O campus work experience


Prerequisites: sophomore, junior, or senior standing, 2.5 GPA and permission of instructor and Internship Committee
See Ms. Kim Graviette in Career Services for further information.

Instr
Furrer

Room
MR148

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J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

II. EXTENDED TOURS


ART/CMA 324
Photographing the West

3 hours

CHM 320
Chemistry Research Experience

3 hours

Instructor: Erickson
Location: Santa Fe (7 days)
Room: G116 - AM
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Prerequisites: Digital SLR camera, ART/ JRN 140
Extra Costs: $2,000 ($1,500 Santa Fe Fee, $500 travel expenses).
The great landscape photographers of the twentieth century were drawn to the American West for inspiration: Ansel Adams, William
Henry Jackson, Timothy OSullivan, Galen Rowell, as well as contemporary artists like Michael Forsberg, William ONeill, and Eddie
Solloway. In the tradition of these individuals, students will spend time in Nebraska, Colorado, and New Mexico learning and applying
landscape techniques. The highlight of the course is a private 3-day session with Eddie Solloway at one of the premier landscape
photography schools in the United States, the Santa Fe Workshops.

Instructor: Heckman
Location: UNL (16 days)
Room: MR236- AM - PM
Enrollment: 10
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $550.00
Prerequisite: CHM 153
This course will place students in research laboratories at the University of Nebraska Lincolns Chemistry Department. There
they will conduct research with graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members. This course will be modeled after the summer
undergraduate research programs in chemistry found at many research institutions.

ART/PED 367
Fine Art and Golf of Florida

Instructor: Valentine
Location: Belize (20 days)
Room: H229- AM
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Elective and Diversity
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $1690-$1990 ($300 for optional Guatemala trip)
Prerequisite: ED 100 and ED 140 or Permission
By teaching in classrooms in Belize, students will examine the inuence of poverty and culture on education and examine teaching
strategies when home language and school language are dierent (school language ENGLISH/home language PRIMARILY
SPANISH). Through cultural immersion, students will examine the diversity of cultures, races, ethnicities, languages, religions, and
socioeconomic groups. Students will also have the opportunities (on weekends) to explore the cultural history (Mayan and Aztec) of
Belize, Mexico and Guatemala.

3 hours

Instructor: Homan and Kreager


Location: Florida (11 days)
Room: A213-AM
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: P-F
Extra Costs: $2,500.00
Experience the art culture and golf of Florida. We will visit numerous museums and galleries. We will golf seven dierent golf courses.

BIO 303
North India Adventure

3 hours

Instructor: Kuehn and Morris


Location: India (16 days)
Room: MR144-PM
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $5,000.00 + Fuel Surcharges
The North India Adventure will provide students the opportunity to appreciate the biodiversity of Rajasthan in Northern India
up-close and personal: by camel and by bicycle. We will travel through the villages of Rajasthan via camel caravan, and experience the
rich biodiversity of Northern India along its back roads.

BIO 323
Marine Conservation Biology

3 hours

Instructor: D. Beachly and W. Beachly


Location: Honduras (12 days)
Room: MR220- AM
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major, LAP and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $2,950
A survey of conservation issues in marine biology including coral reef preservation, mangroves, sustainable shing practices, species
diversity, and ecosystem threats due to climate change. Students will obtain background knowledge of oceanography, the physical
environment of the sea, and biotic interactions in marine communities before travel to Honduras where they will study coral reefs and
have additional lectures at the Roatan marine Institute. The students will have received SCUBA instruction prior to departure and will
dive at the islands of Roatan and Utila. On the Honduran mainland students will visit the Pica Bonita rainforest preserve as well.

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ED 292/392
Cultural Exploration and Education in Belize

3 hours

ENG/HIS 392
Medieval Ireland and Modern Memory

3 hours

Instructor: Anderson and Babcock


Location: Ireland (12 days)
Room: M110 AM and PM
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $3,000.00
Students will become familiar both with the history of Medieval Ireland (from the pre-Christian Tain to the Reformation) and the
way that history is remembered, particularly through literature. An important part of the course will be an exploration of the way
these historical and literary memories form contemporary Irish identities. Students will visit Iron Age forts Norman castles, Cistercian
monasteries, and read medieval Irish sources as well as the great works of the Celtic Renaissance.

FRN 232
Immersion in French Language and Culture

3 hours

Instructor: Lamski and Malloy


Location: France (20 days)
Room: M223 - PM
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major, Elective and Diversity
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $3,000.00
After a three-day, on-campus orientation to French language and culture, as well as practicalities of travel, we will take an HC van or
bus to Omaha and y to Paris. We will then board a train to Pau a city in the south of France, where each student will spend a week

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J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

living with a French family, most of whom will have a family member who is also a college student. At the end of the home-stay, we will
return to Paris via train. We will spend six days in Paris, staying at a youth hostel in the Latin Quarter. The itinerary for our Paris stay
will be determined largely by the groups interests but will probably include visits to the Louvre, the Eiel Tower, Notre Dame, Versailles,
the Champs-Elyse, the Muse dOrsay, the Luxembourg Gardens, Montmartre and Sacr Coeur, lHtel des Invalides, lOpra, the
Comdie Franaise, the Tuileries Gardens, the Place de la Bastille, the Catacombs, the Centre Pompidou, lArc de Triomphe, etc.

HUM 225/325
Exploration of Cultural and Historical Developments in Ghana

3 hours

Instructor: Dogbevia
Location: Ghana (17 days)
Room: MR131
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Elective and Diversity
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $4,500.00
The tour is intended to educate the participants about the cultures of dierent ethnic groups in Ghana and the role of inter-ethnic
marriages in modifying various cultures and enhancing unity and tolerance across the country.

III. ON-CAMPUS
ACC 434
Advanced Audit

3 hours

Instructor: Carpenter
Location: On CampusAM
Room: FC142
Enrollment: 12
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Prerequisite: ACC 331
Extra Costs: None
The practical application of auditing standards and procedures in completing a nancial statement audit are examined. Case studies
and/or an audit simulation are used.

AHT 311
The Art Museums of Nebraska

3 hours

Instructor: McGehee
Location: On CampusAM
Room: K242
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Major, L.A.P. and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $100
Nebraska is home to two nationally prominent public art museums (The Sheldon and The Joslyn), one important regional art museum
(The Museum of Nebraska Art) and one of the worlds greatest private art collections (The Robert and Karen Duncan Collection).
We will study the history of each institution, the architecture of the sites, and the highlights of each collections holdings. Field trips
will visit all four.

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ART 348
Comic and Graphic Novel Story Telling and Illustration

3 hours

Instructor: Bob Hall Visiting Instructor


Location: On Campus PM
Room: A213
Enrollment: 20
Applies Towards: Major, LA.P. and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
This course will introduce students to the landscape of comic and graphic novel creation. Students will work on devising a story,
whether ctionalized or biographical using their own experiences, and then shaping and illustrating that story. Although there will be
instruction in drawing, emphasis will be on story-telling.

BUS 236/436
Current Issues for American Businesses

3 hours

Instructor: Doerr
Location: On Campus PM
Room: FC146
Enrollment: 26
Applies Towards: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
A seminar based course designed to delve into current topics that American Businesses will be dealing with in 2011. Examples may
include business responsibility for (O2 in the atmosphere, large executive salaries/bonuses, the value of the dollar, the globalization of
business, a drastically changing job environment in the USA; and many other topics of relevance.

CMA 145/THR 145


Let There be Light

3 hours

Instructor: Tushaus
Location: On-Campus - PM
Room: GC109
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
A non-technical look at what allows us to look, this class will shed some light on light, will illumine illumination, and will put into
the spotlight spotlightsas well as daylight, indoor light, candlelight, symbolic light, etc. The goal is to cover a broad range of topics,
sparking interest in the basic physics of light, the psychological eects of light and color, music and light, light in language and
literature, and the potential of stage, concert, television, and architectural lighting for creating mood.

CMA 262/362
KFKX is on the Air

3 hours

Instructor: Brooks
Location: On-Campus AM
Room: GC110
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $50.00
Running a licensed radio station involves all facets of pre-production, production and post-production, as well as operational aspects
such as team-building, regulatory compliance, and resource management. Participation in the function of station operations will be
available at all levels.

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J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

CMA 395
Digital Television Editing

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

3 hours

Instructor: Power
Location: On-Campus - PM
Room: GC110
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $30
See 2010-2012 College Catalog

COM 320
Lying and Deception

3 hours

Instructor: Henry
Location: On Campus - PM
Room: GC108
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Deception and more specically lying (which is intentional deception) is a pervasive phenomenon in human communication.
This course explores the varieties of deceptive communication, their causes and consequences in a wide range of contexts (advertising,
art, interspecies contact, family and romantic relationships, journalism, mass media, politics, etc.), and the strategies used to detect their
occurrence (behavioral cues, polygraphs, etc.).

COM 326
Applied Communication Education: Videogames as Learning Tools

3 hours

Instructor: Perlich
Location: On Campus - AM
Room: GC113
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: Computer game and console or PC if not already owned.
See 2010-2012 College Catalog

COM 464
Organizational Communication

Instructor: Grace
Location: On-Campus - PM
Room: GC107
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Students will study the role of communication in organizations. Units include organizational networks, personality/leadership styles,
power/status, and ethnographic study of organizations. Students will observe organizations in the community and will help organize
and host a campus event.

3 hours

Instructor: Cooke
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: W20
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Students will write story lines and create graphics for a Multi-User Dungeon, which will be loaded onto and played on the internet
(World Wide Web).

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3 hours

Instructor: Frombgen/Kinnear
Location: On Campus - AM
Room: DC10
Enrollment: 15
Applies Towards: Elective
Grading: A-F
Extra Costs: $100
Want to beat the industrial food chain? Become a Locavore, or local eater! By eating locally-produced food, we can reduce our carbon
footprints, reduce our odds of contracting nasty foodborne diseases, enjoy healthier and tastier meals, and save money, too. In this
course, we will read works by authors who have inspired the local food movement, visit local family farms, and talk with food scholars
and activists. By preparing (and eating!) the four prototypical meals discussed in Michael Pollans book The Omnivores Dilemma
(Fast Food, Industrial Organic, Grass Fed, and The Perfect Meal), we will learn about the economic consequences of our dietary
choices, and how to be healthier and kinder to the environment.

ECO/PLS 140
Political Economics

3 hours

Instructor: Black
Location: On Campus - AM
Room: FC147
Enrollment: 25
Applies Towards: Major for PLS only, L.A.P., Elective and Diversity
Grading: A-F
Extra Costs: None
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

ED 302/502
Cross-Cultural Awareness-The Rich Culture of the Native American

3 hours

CSC 288
Playing with MUD

ECO/PLS 135
Four Meals: Learn how to be a Locavore in Three Weeks

3 hours

Instructor: Rempp and Sunderman


Location: On Campus AM O Campus- (6 days on Rosebud Indian Reservation)
Room: H221
Enrollment: 14
Applies Towards: Elective and Diversity
Grading: A-F
Extra Costs: $200 for transportation and supplies
This course provides a preliminary overview of issues of cultural awareness and cultural diversity and how it impacts education.
First, students will be challenged to look within themselves and ask themselves what their cultural assumptions are and how these
assumptions aect their world views and behavior. Second, the course emphasizes knowledge building. For example, students will
examine the inuence of race, culture, and ethnicity in shaping values, belief systems, and behaviors. Students will come away with
a basic overview of the Native American experience in North America which has shaped their cultural belief and value systems.
This information will help prepare students to work in the Native American classrooms on the Rosebud Indian Reservation.

ED 352/552
Instructional Tools

3 hours

Instructor: Phelps
Location: On CampusPM
Room: GC116
Enrollment: 12
Applies Toward: L.A.P. for Education Majors, Teacher Certication Requirements
Grading Policy: A-F
Prerequisite: ED 100, 140, 300 and 310. Candidate must be admitted to Teacher Education. Music Majors should register for MU 352.
Eective teachers possess many diverse skills. They must be ecient in the management of administrative aairs, dynamic in
instructional delivery and knowledgeable in instructional techniques to facilitate student learning. The activities of this course align
with Nebraska Technology Standards and the ISTE Standards and address ways technology can be utilized to improve teacher
eectiveness in all three of these critical areas. Participants will develop a portfolio that demonstrates products and skills that will
serve in future contexts such as candidate teaching and professional teaching.

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J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

ED 360
Pre-Practicum Field Experience

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

1-3 hours

ED 440/440M/ ED 450/450M
Elementary Teaching Practicum-M/M
Secondary Teaching Practicum-M/M

3 hours

Instructor: Loch
Location: Area Schools
Room: H206
Enrollment: 25
Prerequisites: Approval of TEPC
Applies Toward: Teacher Certication Requirements
Grading Policy: A-F
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

Instructor: Loch
Location: On CampusARR
Room: H206
Enrollment: 10
Applies Toward: Teacher Certication Requirements
Grading Policy: A-F
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

ED 361/561
Pre-Practicum M/M K-6

1-3 hours

ED 474/474M
Post Practicum Field Experience M/M

1-3 hours

Instructor: Loch
Location: Area Schools
Room: H206
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Teacher Education Majors
Grading Policy: A-F
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

Instructor: J. Hall
Location: On Campus - ARR
Room: H204
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Teacher Certication Requirements
Grading Policy: A-F
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

ED 362/562
Pre-Practicum M/M 7-12

1-3 hours

Instructor: J. Hall
Location: On CampusARR
Room: H204
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Teacher Certication Requirements
Grading Policy: A-F
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

ED 364/564
Practicum 1 M/M

3 hours

28

Instructor: Waller
Location: On Campus - PM
Room: M224
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Elective
Extra Costs: None
Grading Policy: A-F
A study of the comics of writer Alan Moore and the recent movies based on his work, including Watchmen, V for Vendetta,
The League of Extraordinary Gentleman, and From Hell.

3 hours

Instructor: D. Strasheim
Location: On Campus - PM
Room: W130
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major, Elective, and Diversity
Grading Policy: A-F
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

3 hours

Instructor: L. Pratters
Location: On and O CampusAM (7 days in Chicago)
Room: H220
Enrollment: 20
Prerequisite: Accepted in Teacher Education. So, Jr. or Sr. standing
Applies Toward: Teacher Certication Requirements and Diversity
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $900 total with a $250 deposit at the time of registration (non-refundable)
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

3 hours

ENG 272/372/572
North American English Dialects

Instructor: J. Hall
Location: On CampusARR
Room: H204
Enrollment: 25
Prerequisite: Accepted in Teacher Education. So, Jr. or Sr. standing
Applies Toward: Teacher Certication Requirements
Grading Policy: A-F
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

ED 382/582
Educating a Multicultural Society

ENG 252
Literature and Film: Alan Moore

FLL 232/332
Aztecs and Mayas

3 hours

Instructor: M. Johnson
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: M221
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: $15.00
This course will study the art, social structure, and religion of the Aztecs and Mayas. The aim is to give students a good idea of what
it was like to live in two ancient Native American civilizations. These cultures possessed advanced mathematical and engineering
knowledge but lived continuously on the edge of ecological disaster.

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J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

HIS/THR 261
Performance in the Museum Participatory Drama

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

3 hours

Instructors: White
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: Studio Theatre
Enrollment: 16
Applies Toward: Major (THR), LAP (THR) and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $50
Learn to load and re a civil war cannon or musket. Dance at a Victorian Ball. Attend a mountain man convention. Visit a replica
railroad town complete with the artisans of the time. This course will approach history through participatory dramaincluding
museums, historical dramas, re-enactments, and rst-person performance of historical characters.

HIS 273
Dangerous Books of the Progressive Era

3 hours

Instructor: Laegreid
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: M220
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major, Elective and Diversity
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: None
We will read several books that were published during the Progressive Era, such as Uncle Toms Cabin and Black Beauty, that have an
extraordinary impact on shaping public attitudes and policies.

HIS 333
Trac: Drugs and Alcohol in World History

3 hours

JRN 105/305
Sports Reporting and Writing

3 hours

Instructors: K. Stofer and B. Rosenthal


Location: On-CampusAM
Room: GC107
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $50 (transportation and tickets to events)
Sports Reporting and Writing will focus on game coverage, sports features, and sports columns. Students will learn how to use
media guides and to handle media relations with coaches, sports information directors, and competing media. The class will travel to
a Tri-City Storm game and a UNL Mens Basketball game, and will tour area sports coverage and press box facilities. Students who
have taken JRN 100, register for JRN 305; students who have not taken JRN 100, register for JRN 105.

MTH 302
Geometry

3 hours

Instructor: Schneider
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: W120
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Major
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: None
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

MTH 308
Logic, Sets and Methods of Proof

3 hours

Instructor: Avent
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: L 206
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Addictive and mind-altering substances have been important commodities and have played a major role in the development of empires
and world trade. This class explores the importance of goods ranging from coee and tea to cocaine in the creation of the modern
world.

Instructor: Buchholz
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: W130
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Major, LAP, and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: None
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

HIS/SCI 351
Big History: From the Big Bang to the Present

Instructor: LaChance
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: F37
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: L.A.P. and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: None
A comprehensive survey of the history of Jazz. The cultural context of each styles period will be studied along with the musical
conventions, economic conditions, and technical innovations that help dene those styles. The course will include readings, lecture,
and extensive listening (in and out of class).

3 hours

Instructor: Adrian
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: MR217
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Big History will oer a unied account of the entire past using the best available scientic information. It begins with the Big Bang
and covers the origin of the universe, our solar system, life on Earth and the rise of humanity to the present.

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MU 130
Jazz History

3 hours

31

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

MU/PHL/THR 403
The Sevens
MU 134
Sound

3 hours

Instructor: McKim
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: F71
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: L.A.P. and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: $50 for materials
A little science, a little history, a little math, a little music, and a little art. This class will explore musical instruments acoustics,
development, use, and mechanics. We will be building and playing simple instruments, both traditional and found-sound. This class is
intended for non-music majors and no prior musical knowledge is necessary. There is a $50.00 fee for materials.

MU 236
The Fab Four: The Beatles

3 hours

3 hours

Instructor: Klentz
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: F43
Enrollment: 18
Applies Toward: L.A.P. and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: Playable acoustic guitar and $20.00 Guitar capo
An introduction to rhythm style accompaniment guitar playing. Students will learn to read chord charts in standard notation and
guitar tablature, accompany vocal and instrumental music. Musical styles will reect the diversity of the instrument and will include
but not be limited to: folk, rock, blues, bluegrass, country, pop, Latin and jazz. Both pick and nger-style guitar will be taught. Chord
theory and structure will be presented. Activities will include: listening, watching performances, discussing history of the guitar and
players of inuence.

MU/PED 292
Discovery of New York Music Theatre

3 hours

Instructor: Moore and Smith


Location: On-CampusPM; New York-4-5 days
Room: F43
Enrollment: 40
Applies Toward: Major, L.A.P. and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: $1,500
An introduction, history, and experience of American Music Theatre. Field experiences in New York City will include 6 Broadway
productions/workshops.

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Instructor: Fritzler, Lovekin, and Mountford


Location: On-CampusPM
Room: L206
Enrollment: 21
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: P-F
Extra Cost: None
Take a piece of visual art and turn it into music. Take a play and turn it into song. Take a song and turn it into a play. Take music and
turn it into a piece of visual art. Then put it all together. Instrumentalists, vocalists, performers, visual artists and technicians will join
to create a performance/installation in response to the theme: The Sevens: Deadly Sins/Heavenly Virtues. Combining techniques of
traveling medieval theatre the nal creation will be performed in and around The Prairie Loft.

MU 480B
Marching Band Techniques

3 hours

Instructor: Laing
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: F71
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: Major
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: $400 for software (if desired)
An overview of methods and materials related to secondary school marching band design, rehearsal, performance, and administration.
Emphasis will be placed on charting for marching band utilizing computer-assisted drill writing software.

Instructor: Jensen
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: F37
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: L.A.P. and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: None
A magical mystery tour through the music, media, and mania of the Beatles.

MU 265
Guitar from Scratch

3 hours

PED 102
Issues in Wellness

2 hours

Instructor: McCauley
Location: On-Campus-AM
Room: L206
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Major, LAP, and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Designed to give students a general background in all areas of wellness, including tness and health promotion, sex and drug
education, disease prevention and stress management, that will enable them to live a more healthy and productive life. The course
includes both a lecture and activity component. This course may be taken as an elective or be used to fulll the undergraduate physical
education core requirement.

PED 196
Yoga: Posture, Power and Poise

2 hours

Instructor: T. Glomski
Location: On-Campus PM
Room: H05
Enrollment: 10
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: P-F
Extra Costs: $40.00
Vinyasa-style yoga employs a owing sequence of poses and counterposes to stretch and strengthen opposing pairs of muscles.
Improved posture, balance, self-condence and grace are just some of the many benets of this intriguing practice. Each class period
also includes a half-hour of cardio work, (dance movements borrowed from Eastern traditions), plus breath exercises and guided
meditations for stress management.

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J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

PLS 178
White House Scandals & the US Political System
PED 262
Issues in Sports

3 hours

Instructor: Alexander, Creech


Location: On-Campus - AM
Room: FC146
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Designed as an examination and discussion of issues prevalent in sports found on the daily sports pages of newspapers, magazines,
on television and in the movies.

PED/MU 292
Discovery of New York Music Theatre

3 hours

See description under MU 292

PED 365
Theory of Coaching and Ociating Baseball and Softball

3 hours

Instructor: Boeve
Location: On-Campus - AM
Room: FC145
Enrollment: 30
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

3 hours

Instructor: Amyot
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: DC06
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: None
We will explore the major scandals that have rocked the White House and the country over the last thirty years (Watergate, the
Iran-Contra Aair, and Monicagate) and use them to understand US political institutions and the roles the media and public
opinion play in US politics.

PSY 151
Moneyball Revolution: Football and Basketball Analysis

Instructor: Zajack
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: MR212
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Michael Lewis 2003 best-seller Moneyball both launched mainstream awareness of statistical analysis in sports as well as precipitated
its spread throughout Major League Baseball front oces. The revolution has since spread to other sports, including both football and
basketball. This course will explore the potential of statistical models to predict success in football and basketball. Students will gain
hands-on, step-by-step experience modifying and evaluating analytics for football and basketball.

PSY 384
Humor and Joy in Healing

PHL/MU/THR 403
The Sevens

3 hours

See description under MU 403

PHY 422
Advanced Laboratory

3 hours

Instructor: Bever and Dugan


Location: On-CampusAM and PM, 6 days in Chicago
Room: MR121
Enrollment: 12
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Cost: $500 (To cover o campus travel and lodging, does not include textbook)
See 2010-2012 Hastings College Catalog

PLS/ECO 135
Four Meals: Learn how to be a Locavore in Three Weeks

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Instructor: Wigert
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: MR213
Enrollment: 28
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
This course will focus on the role of humor, laughter and joy in the psychological and spiritual journey of healing and wholeness.
Special attention will be given to the healing of personal emotional pain, physical pain, grief, and depression, utilizing humor, laughter
and joy. The emphasis will be on becoming a whole person.

3 hours

See description under HIS 351

3 hours

3 hours

See description under ECO/PLS 140

3 hours

SCI/HIS 351
Big History: From the Big Bang to the Present

See description under ECO 135

PLS/ECO 140
Political Economics

3 hours

SCI 136
Fundamentals of Chemistry

3 hours

Instructor: Heckman
Location: On-Campus-AM
Room: MR219
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: L.A.P.
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
A study of the nature of science and chemistry. Atoms, molecules, formulas and chemical reactions will be discussed. No previous
chemistry is required.

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J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

SCI 153
Cooking Chemistry

J-Term 2011 Class Schedule

3 hours

Instructor: Bohmfalk
Location: On-Campus-AM
Room: MR144
Enrollment: 15
Applies Toward: LAP and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: $70 to cover cost of ingredients
How does our thicken a sauce? Why does bread rise? Why does cooked meat look and taste better than raw? Food preparation is
one of the hallmarks of humanity. The processes by which we modify natural products before consumption involve huge amounts of
(often very complex) chemistry. Some of these chemical processes are well understood while others may not be so clear. In this class,
we will investigate the chemistry of food preparation and will experimentally examine some of these processes through the preparation
and consumption of many dierent food items. For novices, we will teach basic kitchen skills and equipment use. We will dissect
recipes and culinary techniques and investigate a number of common culinary myths and misconceptions.

SCI 222
Introduction to the Night Sky

3 hours

Instructor: C. Sachtleben
Location: On-Campus-AM
Room: MR124
Enrollment: 24
Applies Toward: L.A.P.
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: Purchase of Sky Calendar $3.95
This course is similar to SCI 223 but with no laboratory experience. SCI 222 is designed for students who want to gain a perspective
on the character of the astronomical universe. Topics will include our solar system, star birth and death, galaxies and cosmology.
The observatory and local planetarium will be used for the outside activities.

SCI/HIS 351
Big History: From the Big Bang to the Present

3 hours

See description under HIS 351

SOC 209/309
The Sociology of Blues Performance

3 hours

Instructor: Abel
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: DC10
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
This course explores those low-down, dirty blues. Students will consider this unique form of music from sociological perspective,
including consideration of the aesthetic values that blues musicians bring to their craft. We will study the intersections of race, class,
and gender, as well as the ritual aspects of blues performance. Because this course focuses on blues performance, this will be a hands
on course: Every student will be expected to somehow participate in the music, even if its just to make some noise. Musicians are
especially encouraged to attend, although the course is open to everyone.

SOC 213
All You Need is Love

3 hours

Instructor: C. Strasheim
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: M111
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Explore research, popular press, and personal experiences to answer the question Is Love Enough? Relationships that last are based
on commonality, proximity, and a realization that love comes in many forms. Learn how to love yourself rst and use the Six Secrets
of Strong Families: to build lasting relationships.
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SOC 214
Factors Inuencing Marital Quality

3 hours

Instructor: Kettlitz
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: DC06
Enrollment: 25
Applies Toward: Major and Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
This course is designed to introduce students to several factors that have been shown to inuence individuals perceptions of the quality
of their relationship. Factors to be explored: expectations, interaction, communication, and bonding.

STS 228
Foundations in Personal Finance

3 hours

Instructor: D. Johnson
Location: On-CampusPM
Room: FC145
Enrollment: 30
Applies Toward: Elective
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
Want to be wealthy? Foundations in Personal Finance is a program designed by Dave Ramsey with the goal of equipping young adults
with the skills and knowledge needed to make sound nancial decisions.

THR 145 /CMA 145


Let There be Light

3 hours

See description under CMA 145

THR/HIS 261
Performance in the Museum Participatory Drama

3 hours

See description under HIS 261

THR/MU/PHL 403
The Sevens

3 hours

See description under MU 403

WST 100
Intro to Womens Gender Studies

3 hours

Instructor: Furrer
Location: On-CampusAM
Room: MR148
Enrollment: 20
Applies Toward: Major, Women & Gender Studies Minor, Elective and Diversity
Grading Policy: A-F
Extra Costs: None
The goal of this course is to enlarge your understanding of how gender shapes our world. We will explore a variety of topics including
the socialization of gender, reproduction, sexuality, gender in the media, and the inuence of gender of economics. This is NOT
a course focusing only on women, but on gender. Therefore, we will also study the history and development of both the womens
movement and mens movement. In addition, we will also consider multicultural perspectives of gender in our global community.

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NOTES:

Spring Semester 2011


INDEX OF COURSE OFFERINGS BY DEPARTMENT
AND
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Class Periods
Monday, Wednesday, Friday (MWF) Eight, typically fty-minute, class periods beginning on the hour.
10-10:50 a.m. MWF is reserved for chapel, convocations, and meetings of on campus groups.
No classes or labs will meet during this time.
Tuesday, Thursday (TTh) Five, typically eighty-minute, class periods beginning on the half-hour and hour alternately.
Daily
4-6 p.m. is reserved for campus activities. The only classes scheduled during this time are those associated with the
following activities: e.g., Band, Choir, Major Sport, etc.
Regular classes and labs will not meet during this time.
Evening classes will not begin before 7 p.m.

Buildings/Classroom Information
A Art Center
DC Daugherty Conference Center
F Fuhr Hall of Music
FC Fleharty Center
G Gray Center
H Hurley McDonald Hall
HSU Hazelrigg Student Union
K Kiewit Building

L Perkins Library
M McCormick Hall
MR Morrison-Reeves Science Center
PFF Physical Fitness Facility
SC Seaton Chapel
SHC Stone Health Center
ST Scott Theatre
W Wilson Center

ACADEMIC CALENDAR
SPRING SEMESTER 2011
Jan. 31 (Monday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring Semester Classes Begin
Mar. 18 (Friday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day of Classes Before Spring Break
Mar. 19-27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Saturday-Sunday) Spring Break
Mar. 28 (Monday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Classes Resume
Apr. 19 (Tuesday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Academic Showcase
Apr. 22-25 (Friday-Monday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Easter Break
May 13 (Friday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day of Spring Semester Classes
May 16-19 (Monday-Thursday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring Semester Final Examinations
May 20 (Friday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baccalaureate
May 21 (Saturday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commencement

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Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Dept

Cat

Sec

Course Title

ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART

110
120
130
140
150
203
225
235
315
316
317
323
327
328
329
353
366
371
372
373
415
416
417

01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Introduction to Glass
Introduction to Ceramics
Introduction to Sculpture
Photography I (JRN)
Introduction to Painting
Drawing II
Commercial Art Graphic Design I (JRN)
Computer Generated Art (CSC)
Intermediate Glass
Intermediate Glass
Intermediate Glass
Commercial Art Graphic Design II
Advanced Ceramics
Advanced Ceramics
Advanced Ceramics
Photography II
Printmaking (Lithography)
Advanced Painting
Advanced Painting
Advanced Painting
Advanced Glass
Advanced Glass
Advanced Glass

AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT
AHT

102
200
200
320
390
400
410
420
424
450
460

01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

ART

Hrs Days

Time

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

MWF
T
TTh
T
TTh
MWF
T
Th
W
W
W
M
W
W
W
Th
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
W
W
W

2:00-3:50
7:00-10:00
1:00-2:20
7:00-10:00
1:00-2:20
1:00-2:50
7:00-10:00
7:00-10:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-10:00
7:00-10:00
7:00-10:00
7:00-10:00
7:00-10:00
9:00-11:50
2:30-3:50
2:30-3:50
2:30-3:50
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00
7:00-9:00

3
2
2
3
3
1
1
3
3
1
1

TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
MW
TTh
MWF
MWF
ARR
ARR

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Instr

Room

pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

Kreager
Dubas
Kreager
J. Brooks
Staff
McGehee
Staff
Staff
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager
Staff
Dubas
Dubas
Dubas
Houchin
McGehee
Staff
Staff
Staff
Kreager
Kreager
Kreager

Stdo
A110
A100
W20
A200
K243
G116
G116
Stdo
Stdo
Stdo
G116
A110
A110
A110
G108
A116
A200
A200
A200
Stdo
Stdo
Stdo

10:30-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
2:30-3:20 pm
11:00-11:50 am
2:00-2:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
1:00-1:50 pm
9:00-9:50 am
ARR
ARR

Kreager
Weber
Weber
McGehee
Weber
McGehee
Kreager
Weber
Staff
McGehee
McGehee

A213
A213
A213
K242
A113
A213
A213
A113
K242

Art Studio

BIOLOGY

Dept
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO
BIO

Cat
103
107
107
107
113
113L
342
354
354L
371
371L
371L
405
405L
424
424L
459
459L
478
478L
483
485
486
487

Sec
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Biological Systems II (also BIO 107)
Biological Systems II Lab
Biological Systems II Lab
Biological Systems II Lab
Anatomy & Physiology II, w/lab
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Bioethics
Parasitology
Parasitology Lab
Cell Biology
Cell Biology Lab
Cell Biology Lab
Biochemistry II (CHM)
Biochemistry II Lab (CHM)
Medical Anatomy & Physiology II
Medical Anatomy & Physiology Lab II
Molecular Biology
Molecular Biology
Animal Behavior
Animal Behavior Lab
Senior Seminar II
Senior Research Project
Senior Research Project
Senior Research Project

Dept
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM
CHM

Cat
113
117
117
153
153
157
157
157
263
267
267
386
386L
405
405L
483

Sec
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Gen. Organic & Biol. Chemistry II
Gen. Organic & Biol. Chemistry II Lab
Gen. Organic & Biol. Chemistry II Lab
College Chemistry II (also CHM 157)
College Chemistry II (also CHM 157)
College Chemistry II Lab
College Chemistry II Lab
College Chemistry II Lab
Organic Chemistry (also CHM 267)
Organic Chemistry Lab A
Organic Chemistry Lab B
Physical Chemistry II
Physical Chemistry II Lab
Biochemistry II (BIO)
Biochemistry II Lab (BIO)
Senior Project/Seminar II

Dept

Cat

Sec

ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC
ACC

100
110
110
303
373
373
441
463

01
01
02
01
01
02
01
01

Art History and Theory


Three-Dimensional Design
Intro to Art
Intro to Art
Art History II (D)
Art for Elem. Teachers
Thesis/Exhibition Part I
Thesis/Exhibition Part III
Sec. Art: Methods & Measurement
Special Topics: Art: 1900 to Now
Art Hist. Senior Seminar I
Art History Senior Seminar III

Hrs
3
1
1
1
4
0
3
4
0
4
0
0
4
0
4
0
4
0
4
0
1
0-2
0-2
0-2

Days
MWF
T
T
T
MWF
Th
TTh
MWF
T
MWF
Th
Th
MWF
T
MWF
T
MWF
T
MWF
Th
W
MF
MF
MF

CHEMISTRY
Hrs
3
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
4
0
4
0
1

Days
MWF
T
T
MWF
MWF
Th
Th
Th
MWF
Th
Th
MWF
T
MWF
T
ARR

Time
9:00-9:50 am
8:00-10:20 am
10:30-12:50 am/pm
1:00-3:30 pm
1:00-1:50 pm
1:00-3:50 pm
10:30-12:20 am/pm
2:00-2:50 pm
1:00-2:20 pm
9:00-9:50 am
7:30-10:00 am
10:00-12:30 am/pm
2:00-2:50 pm
1:00-3:50 pm
1:00-1:50 pm
9:00-12:00 am/pm
8:00-8:50 am
7:30-10:00 am
8:00-8:50 am
8:00-10:20 am
3:00-3:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm

Instr
Morris
Morris
Morris
Beachly
Kuehn
Beachly
Beachly
Kuehn
Kuehn
Bohmfalk
Bohmfalk
Bohmfalk
Bohmfalk
Bohmfalk
Kuehn
Kuehn
Bohmfalk
Bohmfalk
Beachly
Beachly
Staff
Morris/Kuehn
Morris/Kuehn
Morris/Kuehn

Room
MR148
MR141
MR141
MR141
MR148
MR142
MR144
MR148
MR142
MR131
MR240
MR240
MR144
MR230
MR148
MR142
MR220
MR230
MR136
MR136
MR148
MR220
MR220
MR220

Time
9:00-9:50 am
8:00-10:20 am
10:30-12:50 am
12:00-12:50 pm
1:00-1:50 pm
8:00-10:20 am
10:30-12:50 am/pm
1:20-3:50 pm
11:00-11:50 am
8:00-10:30 am
10:30-1:00 am/pm
9:00-9:50 am
8:00-11:00 am
2:00-2:50 pm
1:00-3:50 pm
ARR

Instr
Heckman
Heckman
Heckman
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Heckman
Heckman
Heckman
Dogbevia
Dogbevia
Bohmfalk
Bohmfalk
Heckman

Room
MR219
MR236
MR236
MR219
MR219
MR234
MR234
MR234
MR219
MR236
MR236
MR217
MR229
MR217
MR230

COMMUNICATION ARTS, BUSINESS and ECONOMICS


Course Title

Hrs Days

Time

Instr

Room

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

9:00-9:50 am
8:00-8:50 am
2:00-2:50 pm
11:00-11:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
1:00-2:20 pm
9:00-10:20 am
2:30-3:50 pm

Doerr
Carpenter
Carpenter
Carpenter
Kramer
Kramer
Kramer
Carpenter

FC142
FC142
FC142
FC144
FC141
FC141
FC141
FC142

Accounting

40

Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Intermediate Accounting II
Accounting Information Systems
Accounting Information Systems
Advanced Accounting
Senior Seminar in Accounting Issues

41

MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule


Dept

Cat

Sec

BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS

230
230
230
230
313
330
330
420
450
473
483
483

01
02
03
04
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
02

CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA

100
100L
110
110
110
205
230
303
303L
303L
333
343

01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
02
01
01

COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
150
250
304
304
344
360
360
420
433
443

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
01
01
01
02
01
01
02
01
01
01

ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO
ECO

211
211
211
213
213
313
324
481

01
02
03
01
02
01
01
01

Course Title

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Hrs Days

Time

Instr

Room

Dept

Cat

Sec

2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

MW
MW
MW
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
ARR
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh

9:00-9:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
7:30-8:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
1:00-2:20 pm
ARR
1:00-1:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
9:00-10:20 am
1:00-2:20 pm

Shackelford
Shackelford
Shackelford
Shackelford
Glen
Staff
Staff
Karr
Staff
Doerr
Doerr
Doerr

G116
G116
G116
G116
FC142
FC142
FC142
FC142
FC147
FC142
FC146

1:00-1:50 pm
2:30-3:50 pm
9:00-9:50 am
8:00-8:50 am
8:00-8:50 am
9:00-9:50 am
1:00-2:20 pm
11:00-11:50 am
11:00-12:30 am
11:00-12:30 am
11:00-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm

Erickson
Erickson
Brooks
Brooks
Brooks
Power
Erickson
Power
Power
Power
Erickson
Brooks

G108
G107
G113
G113
G113
G110
G116
G110
G110
G110
G116
G107

140
180
213
225
230
240
250
260
323
380
430
440
450
460

01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Photography I (ART)
Practicum New Media
Research & Reporting
Commercial Art & Graphic Design I (ART)
Practicum Bronco
Practicum Collegian
Practicum HCTV
Practicum KFKX
Public Relations
Adv Practicum New Media
Adv. Practicum Bronco
Adv. Practicum Collegian
Adv. Practicum HCTV
Adv. Practicum KFKX

3
3

MWF
T
MWF
W
F
MWF
TTh
MWF
T
Th
MWF
MWF

JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN
JRN

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
1

MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
M
M
MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF
MWF
ARR
TTh
ARR

1:00-1:50 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
10:30-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
1:00-2:20 pm
2:30-3:50 pm
7:00-7:50 pm
7:00-7:50 pm
1:00-2:20 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
9:00-10:20 am
8:00-8:50 am
9:00-9:50 am
ARR
10:30-11:50 am
ARR

Tushaus
Tushaus
Tushaus
Perlich
Grace
Perlich
Tushaus
Grace
Grace
Henry
Henry
Perlich
Henry
Henry
Perlich
Grace
Grace

FC146
FC146
FC146
G107
G113
G107
G108
G113
G113
G113
G113
G110
G107
G107

Dept
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC
CSC

Cat
150
150
150
150
250
250
250
331
366
484

Sec
01
02
03
04
01
02
03
01
01
01

Course Title
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Intro to Computer Tools
Advanced Computer Tools
Advanced Computer Tools
Advanced Computer Tools
Structured Programming I
Programming Network-Based Systems
Senior Project in Computer Science

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh

11:00-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
9:00-9:50 am
2:00-2:50 pm
1:00-1:50 pm
9:00-10:20 am
10:30-11:50 am

Kinnear
Kinnear
Kinnear
Black
Black
Black
Kinnear
Black

FC147
FC147
FC147
FC147
FC145
FC145
FC147
FC147

Business Administration
Business Communication
Business Communication
Business Communication
Business Communication
Commercial Law
Mgmt. & Leadership Principles
Mgmt. & Leadership Principles
Teaching Business: Methods & Meas (EVE)
Market Research
HRM/HSA Seminar
Strategic Management & Policy
Strategic Management & Policy

3
3
3
3

Communication Studies
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Principles of Human Communication
Practicum in Forensics
Adv Practicum in Forensics
Persuasion
Persuasion
Research Methods
Advanced Public Address
Advanced Public Address
Teaching Speech: Methods and Measure
Communication Theory
Communication Theory Lab
(For Comm Studies Major)

Hrs Days

Time

Instr

Room

3
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3

7:00-10:00 pm
ARR
1:00-2:20 pm
7:00-10:00 pm
ARR
12:00-12:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
11:00-11:50 am
ARR
ARR
12:00-12:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm

J. Brooks
Erickson
Brooks
Staff
Toms
Erickson
Power
Brooks
Shackelford
Erickson
Toms
Erickson
Power
Brooks

G108

Journalism

Communication Arts
Intro to Mass Communication Literacy
News Lab
Audio Fundamentals
Audio Fundamentals Lab
Audio Fundamentals Lab
Broadcast and Web
Web Fundamentals
Broadcast Production II
Broadcast II Lab
Broadcast II Lab
Web Design
Communication Law

Course Title

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Hrs
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
1-3

G113
G113

Economics
Principles of Micro-Economics
Principles of Micro-Economics
Principles of Micro-Economics
Principles of Macro-Economics
Principles of Macro-Economics
Intermediate Macro-Economics
Labor Economics
Senior Seminar in Economics

42

T
ARR
TTh
T
ARR
M
M
W
MWF
ARR
ARR
M
M
W

43

Days
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
ARR

Time
8:00-8:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
11:00-11:50 am
9:00-10:20 am
10:30-11:50 am
11:00-12:50 am/pm
8:00-9:50 am
ARR

Instr
Knudson
Knudson
Knudson
Knudson
Knudson
Karr
Karr
Schneider
Cooke
Cooke

G110
G116
G108
G109
G110
G113
G108
G109
G110

Room
W30
W30
W30
W30
W30
W30
W30
W20
W20

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Dept
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED

Cat Sec
100 01
100 02
140 01
300 01
310 01
310 02
311 01
323 01
325 01
328 01
329 01
333 01
342S 01
344S
349 01
350 01
352 01
353 01
360 02
361 01
362 01
364 01
382 01
400 01
410 01
440 01
440M 01
450 01
450M 01
474 01
474 01
474M 01
480 01

ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED

500 01
510 01
510 02
511 01
523 01
528 01
529 01
525 01
533 01
544S 01
349 01
542 S 01
552 01
553 01
561 01
562 01
564 01
565 01
582 01
610 01
640 01
650 01
640E 01
650E 01
640M 01
650M 01
680 01

EDUCATION

Course Title
American Schools (also ED 140)
American Schools (also ED 140)
Education Laboratory
Growth and Learning
Intro. to Special Education (D, S-L)
Intro. to Special Education (D, S-L)
Math Methods for Elem Teaching
Inst. Conten & Pract. For C.Y.-M/M
Principles & Charact. Early Childhood
Identifying Reading Problems
Middle School Philosophy & Methods
Diagnostic & Corrective Rdng.
Classroom Management
Educational Assessment
Developing Cultural Competence
Secondary Clinical
Instructional Tools
Assess. Diagnosis Evalu. Elem/Sec.
Pre-Practicum Field Experience
Pre-Practicum M/M K-6
Pre-Practicum M/M 7-12
Pre-Practicum I - M/M
Educating a Multicultural Society (D)
Senior Seminar
Reading in the Content Field
Elem. Teaching Practicum
Elem. Teaching Practicum-MM
Secondary Teaching Practicum
Secondary Teaching Practicum
Post-Practicum Fld. Exp.
Post-Practicum Fld. Exp.
Post-Practicum Fld. Exp. II- M/M
Assessment & Eval. of 2nd Lang. Lrnrs.

Hrs Days
3
MWF
3
MWF
DC ARR
3
MWF
3
MWF
3
T
3
TTh
3
TTh
3
MWF
3
Th
3
Th
3
T
2
MW
DC W
3
TTh
DC ARR
3
W
3
TTh
1-3 ARR
2-3 ARR
1-3 ARR
3
ARR
3
TTh
1
M
1
M
5-10 M-F
5-10 M-F
5-10 M-F
5-10 M-F
1-3 ARR
1-3 ARR
1-3 ARR
3
T

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Time
9:00-9:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
ARR
8:00-8:50 am
11:00-11:50 am
7:00-10:00 pm
7:30-8:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
9:00-9:50 am
7:00-10:00 pm
7:00-10:00 pm
7:00-10:00 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
9:00-10:30 am
ARR
7:00-10:00 pm
1:00-2:20 pm
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
10:30-11:50 am
7:00-9:00 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
7:00-10:00 pm

Instr
Valentine
Rempp
Loch
Loch
J. Hall
J. Hall
Sunderman
J. Hall
Sunderman
Staff
Staff
Rethorst
Loch
Valentine
Valentine
Locke
Phelps
Auten
Rempp
J. Hall
J. Hall
J. Hall
Pratters
Loch
Rethorst
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch
Rempp
Loch
J. Hall
Jennings/
Crawford

8:00-8:50 am
11:00-11:50 am
7:00-10:00 pm
7:30 - 8:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
7:00-10:00 pm
7:00-10:00 pm
9:00-9:50 am
7:00 -10:00 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
9:00-10:30 am
2:00-2:50 pm
7:00-10:00 pm
1:00-2:20 pm
ARR
ARR
ARR
1:00-1:50 pm
10:30-11:50 am
3:00-3:50 pm
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
7:00-10:00 pm

Loch
J. Hall
J. Hall
Sunderman
J. Hall
Staff
Staff
Sunderman
Rethorst
Rethorst
Valentine
Loch
Phelps
Auten
J. Hall
J. Hall
J. Hall
Valentine
Pratters
Rethorst
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch
Loch
Jennings/
Crawford

Room
H220
H229
H220
H220
H220
H220
H221
H06
H220
H221
H229
H229
H221
H220
H221
G116
H220
H215
H204
H204
H204
H220
H220
H221
H209
H209
H209
H209
H213
H215
H204
L200

Education - Graduate Level courses


Growth and Learning
Intro. to Special Education
Intro. to Special Education
Math Methods for Elem Teaching
Inst. Conten & Pract. For C.Y.-M/M
Identifying Reading Problems
Middle School Philosophy & Methods
Principles & Charact. Early Childhood
Diagnostic & Corrective Rdng.
Educational Assessment
Developing Cultural Competence
Classroom Management
Instructional Tools
Assess. Diagnosis Evalu. Elem/Sec.
Pre-Practicum M/M K-6
Pre-Practicum M/M 7-12
Pre-Practicum I - M/M
Philosophy of Education
Educating a Multicultural Society
Reading in the Content Field
Elementary Teaching Practicum
Secondary Teaching Practicum
Elementary Teaching Practicum/ESL
Secondary Teaching Practicum/ESL
Elementary Teaching Practicum/MM
Secondary Teaching Practicum/MM
Assessment & Eval. of 2nd Lang. Lrnrs.

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
DC
3
2
3
3
1-3
1-3
3
3
3
1
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
3

44

MWF
MWF
T
TTh
TTh
Th
Th
MWF
T
W
TTh
MW
W
TTh
ARR
ARR
ARR
MWF
TTh
M
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
T

H220
H220
H220
H220
H221
XXX
H221
H06
H229
H221
H220
H229
G116
H220
H204
H204
H204
H221
H220
H221
H209
H209
H209
H209
H209
H209
L200

HISTORY

Dept
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS
HIS

Cat
110
130
153
214
255
291
314
334
348
355
382
391

Sec
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Western Civilization 1648-the present
World Civilization since 1500
U.S. Since 1865
Survey of Russian History
History of the Great Plains
History of Slavery (D)
Survey of Russian History
Europe in an Age of Revolution
Race Class & Gender in Latin America (D)
History of the Great Plains
America in the Gilded Age 1848-1914
History of Slavery (D)

HIS
HIS

534
582

01
01

Europe in an Age of Revolution


America in the Gilded Age 1848-1914

Dept
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
FLL
FLL
FLL
FRN
FRN
GER
GER
GER
SPN
SPN
SPN

Cat
100
100
100
110
110
120
120
200
231
302
303
346
366
383
385
400
420
113
260
360
103
203
103
203
314
103
203
314

Sec
01
02
03
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Composition
Composition
Composition
Intro to Literature (D)
Intro to Literature (D)
Modern Short Fiction (D)
Modern Short Fiction (D)
Lit of the Western World
Intro to Language and Linguistics
Survey of Brit Lit 1700-Present (D)
Survey of US Literature
Philosophy and Literature (PHL)
Intro to Old English
Advanced Composition
Creative Writing: Poetry
Seminar: Ireland 1896-1923
Teaching English: Methods & Meas.
Intro to Language & Culture (D)
Directed Study Abroad
Directed Study Abroad
Elementary French (D)
Intermediate French
Elementary German (D)
Intermediate German
Contemp. German Cultural Issues
Elementary Spanish (D)
Intermediate Spanish
Contemp. Hispanic Cultural Issues

ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG
ENG

502
503
583
585
600
620

01
01
01
01
01
01

Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Days Time
MTuWF 12:00-12:50
MWF 11:00-11:50
MWF 2:00-2:50
TTh
9:00-10:20
TTh
10:30-11:50
MWF 1:00-1:50
TTh
9:00-10:20
MWF 9:00-9:50
TTh
1:00-2:20
TTh
10:30-11:50
TTh
2:30-3:50
MWF 1:00-1:50

pm
am
pm
am
am
pm
am
am
pm
am
pm
pm

Instr
Babcock
Avent
Laegried
Babcock
Laegreid
Avent
Babcock
Babcock
Avent
Laegreid
Laegreid
Avent

Room
M110
M110
M224
M110
M224
M110
M110
M110
M110
M224
M110
M110

4
4

MWF 9:00-9:50
TTh
2:30-3:50

am
pm

Babcock
Laegreid

M110
M110

Instr
D. Strasheim
D. Strasheim
Malloy
Waller
Waller
Malloy
Malloy
Anderson
D. Strasheim
Anderson
Fairbanks
Lovekin
Waller
Anderson
Marsh
Lloyd
Hedstrom
Wunderlich
Anderson
Anderson
Lamski
Lamski
Wunderlich
Wunderlich
Wunderlich
Staff
Staff
Staff

Room
H06
H06
M221
M220
M220
M111
M111
M111
W120
M220
H229
L206
M220
M111
M223
M224
M111
M221
M07A
M07A
M223
M223
M223
M223
M223
M220
M220
M221

Anderson
Fairbanks
Anderson
Marsh
Lloyd
Hedstrom

M220
H229
M111
M223
M224
M111

History - Graduate Level Courses

LANGUAGES and LITERATURES


Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
6
6
4
3
4
3
3
4
3
3

Days Time
MWF 11:00-11:50
MWF 2:00-2:50
TTh
9:00-10:20
TTh
10:30-11:50
TTh
1:00-2:20
MWF 1:00-1:50
MWF 2:00-2:50
MWF 11:00-11:50
TTh
2:30-3:50
MWF 1:00-1:50
MWF 9:00-9:50
MWF 3:00-3:50
MWF 2:00-2:50
TTh
1:00-2:20
TTh
2:30-3:50
MWF 8:00-8:50
T
7:00-10:00
MWF 8:00-8:50
ARR ARR
ARR ARR
MWF 2:00-2:50
MWF 3:00-3:50
MTWTh 12:00-12:50
MWF 11:00-11:50
TTh
9:00-10:20
MWThF 9:00-9:50
MWF 11:00-11:50
TTh
10:30-11:50

am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
am
am
am
am
am

Languages and Literatures - Graduate Level Courses


Survey of Brit Lit 1700-Present
Survey of US Literature
Advanced Composition
Creative Writing: Poetry
Seminar: Ireland 1896-1923
Teaching English: Methods & Meas.

4
4
4
4
4
3

45

MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
T

1:00-1:50
9:00-9:50
1:00-2:20
2:30-3:50
8:00-8:50
7:00-10:00

pm
am
pm
pm
am
pm

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

MATHEMATICS
Hrs
3
3
4
4

Days
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
T
4
MWF
4
MWF
4
MWF
1-3 ARR

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Music Lesson & Labs

Dept
MTH
MTH
MTH
MTH

Cat
120
120
160
210

Sec
01
02
01
01

MTH
MTH
MTH
MTH

313
323
384
484

01
01
01
01

Course Title
Math Foundations: Geometry and Logic
Math Foundations: Geometry and Logic
Calculus II
Introduction to Statistics
Also Meets
Linear Algebra
Differential Equations
Financial Mathematics for Actuarial Science
Senior Project in Mathematics

Dept
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU

Cat
101
133
133
133a
133a
133f
143f
143
143
151
163
200
200
200
213K
233
233a
243
243
263
303
310
343a

Sec
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1

Course Title
Hrs
Introduction to Music Education
1
Basic Musicianship II
3
Basic Musicianship II
3
Ear Training Lab II
1
Ear Training Lab II
1
Fundamentals of Music II
1
Keyboard Fundamentals II/Nonmajor piano
1
Basic Keyboard II
1
Basic Keyboard II
1
Beg. Voice Class/Non Maj.
1
Fretted Instruments II
1
Intro to Music
2
Intro to Music
2
Intro to Music
2
French Diction
1
Basic Musicianship IV
3
Ear Training Lab IV
1
Basic Keyboard IV
1
Basic Keyboard IV
1
History and Literature I: Medieval/Renaissance 3
Teaching Music: Methods (Elementary)
3
Vocal Pedagogy
2-3
Brass Methods
2

Days
F
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MW
MW
TTh
TTh
T
TTh
MW
MW
TTh
MW
MWF
TTh
MW
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh

Time
8:00-8:50
8:00-8:50
11:00-11:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
11:00-11:50
8:00-8:50
1:00-1:50
2:00-2:50
9:00-9:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
10:30-11:20
8:00-8:50
2:00-2:50
1:00-1:50
3:00-3:50
9:00-9:50
1:00-1:50
7:30-8:50
9:00-9:50
10:30-11:20

am
am
am
am
am
am
am
pm
pm
am
am
am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
am
am
am

MU
MU
MU
MU

352
353
355
363

1
1
1
1

3
2
2
3

M
TTh
TTh
MWF

7:00-10:00
9:00-9:50
9:00-9:50
1:00-1:50

MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU

380a
380b
380c
380d
390
393
435

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Instructional Tools: Music


Choral Conducting
Instrumental Conducting
History and Literature III:
Romantic/20th-21st Century
Piano Accompanying-General
Piano Accompanying-Vocal
Piano Accompanying-Instru.
Piano Accompanying-Ensemble
Music for Elementary Teachers
Piano Pedagogy II
Instrumentation/Orchestration

1
1
1
1
2
2
2

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
M
TTh
MF

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
7:00-9:00
2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50

MUSIC

Time
9:00-10:20
9:00-10:20
8:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
1:00-2:20
8:00-9:50
11:00-12:50
11:00-12:50
ARR

Instr
am
Buchholz
am
Cooke
am
Buchholz
pm
Schneider
pm
Schneider
am
Schneider
am/pm Buchholz
am/pm Cooke
am
Cooke

Room
W120
W130
W130
W120
W20
W120
W130
W07

Room
F37
F43
F37
F43
F37
F43
F45
F45
F45
F60
F71
F71
F71
F43
F37
F37
F37
F45
F45
F43
F37
F37
F71

pm
am
am
pm

Instr
Laing/LaBrie
Johnson
Johnson
Murphy
Murphy
Staff
Moore
Murphy
Murphy
LaBrie
Klentz
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
LaChance
LaChance
Sokasits
Sokasits
McKim
Michalek
Watter
LaChance/
Laing
Shaw
Mountford
Jensen
Jensen

pm
pm
pm

Moore
Moore
Moore
Moore
Michalek
Sokasits
LaChance

F49
F49
F49
F49
F37
F43
F37

F43/F45
F43
F71
F43

Music - Graduate Level Courses


MU

590

Music for Elementary Teachers

46

7:00-9:00

pm

Michalek

F37

All lessons must be approved in advance by the Music Department Chair


Registration Material for MUSIC MAJORS ONLY:
Dept Cat
Sec Course Title
Hrs Days
MU
1-513a 1
Organ Lesson (also Lab)
1-3 ARR
MU
1-513aL 1
Keyboard Lab - Organ
0
Th
MU
1-513b 1
Piano Lessons (also Lab)
1-3 ARR
MU
1-513bL 1
Keyboard Lab - Piano
0
Th
MU
1-513c 1
Strings Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-513cL 1
Strings Lab
0
T
MU
1-513d 1
Voice Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-513dL 1
Voice Lab
0
T
MU
1-513e 1
Brass Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-513eL 1
Brass Lab
0
T
MU
1-513f
1
Woodwind Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-513fL 1
Woodwind Lab
0
T
MU
1-513g 1
Percussion Lessons (also Lab)
1-2 ARR
MU
1-513gL 1
Percussion Lab
0
T
MU
1-513h 1
Guitar Lessons
1-2 ARR
MU
1-513h 1
Guitar Lab
0
ARR
MU
1-513i
1
Composition
1-2 ARR

Time
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
3:00-3:50
ARR
ARR
ARR

All lessons must be approved in advance by the Music Department Chair


Registration Material for NON-MUSIC MAJORS ONLY:
MU
126
1
Applied Lesson (non-major)
1 ARR
ARR
MU
276
1
Applied Lesson (non-major)
1 ARR
ARR

pm

Instr
Staff
Staff

Room
Prk Aud
Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff

Prk Aud

pm

Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff

Prk Aud
F21
F21
ARR

ARR

ARR
ARR

Staff
Staff

pm

Jensen
Staff
LaChance
Mountford
Mountford
Laing
Jensen
Mountford
LaBrie
Smith
Jensen
Staff
LaChance
Mountford
Mountford
Laing
Jensen
Mountford
LaBrie
Smith

Music Ensembles
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU
MU

100
210
230
230a
230aL
250
250a
260a
260b
260c
300
410
430
430a
430a
450
450a
460a
460b
460c

1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Bell Choir
Chamber Ensemble
Jazz Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble Lab
Band (*4-6)
Orchestra (Eve)
Choir (*4-6)
Hastings College Singers
Mens Choir
Bell Choir
Chamber Ensemble
Jazz Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble
Entertainment Arts Ensemble Lab
Band (*4-6)
Orchestra (Eve)
Choir (*4-6)
Hastings College Singers
Mens Choir
* Weekly alternating schedule

Dept
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL
PHL

Cat
100
100
104
204
213
274
346
411

Sec
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Intro to Philosophy
Intro to Philosophy
Ethics
Logic
Modern & Contemp. Philosophy
Philosophy of Religion (REL)
Philosophy and Literature (ENG)
Senior Project

1
1
NC
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NC
1
0
1
1
1
1
1

TTh
ARR
MWF
MWF
MW
M-F
Th
M-F
TTh
TTh
TTh
ARR
MWF
MWF
MW
M-F
Th
M-F
TTh
TTh

PHILOSOPHY
Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
0-1

47

Days
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
ARR

12:00-12:50
ARR
12:00-12:50
3:00-3:50
12:00-12:50
4:00-6:00
7:30-10:00
4:00-6:00
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
ARR
12:00-12:50
3:00-3:50
12:00-12:50
4:00-6:00
7:30-10:00
4:00-6:00
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50

Time
2:00-2:50
10:30-11:50
9:00-10:20
1:00-2:20
12:00-12:50
11:00-11:50
3:00-3:50
ARR

pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

pm
am
am
pm
pm
am
pm

Instr
Lovekin
E. Bennett
B. Bennett
B. Bennett
Lovekin
E. Bennett
Lovekin
Lovekin

Prk Aud
F71
F43
F43
F71
F71
F43
F43
F71
Prk Aud
F71
F43
F43
F71
F71
F43
F43
F71

Room
L206
K242
M224
M221
K242
H229
K242
SC

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Dept
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED

Cat
102
102
102
102
102
111
140
150
170
190
194
194
194
199
201
234
251
272
282
301
304
323
334
339
341
342
343
353
369
373
390
443
483

Sec
01
02
03
04
05
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED

501
523
534
539
542
590
683

01
01
01
01
01
01
01

PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED
PED

100G 01
100H 01
100I 01
100J 01
100K 01
100L 01
100M 01
100N 01
100P 01
200G 01
200H 01
200I 01
200J 01
200K 01
200L 01
200M 01
200N 01
200P 01
250 01

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

PHYSICAL EDUCATION and HUMAN PERFORMANCE

Course Title
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Issues in Wellness
Individual Fitness: Pilates
Running Awareness
Raquet Sports
Swimming
Beginning Weight Training
Advance Weight Training
Advance Weight Training
Advance Weight Training
Strength & Cardio Conditioning
First Aid
Sport & Recreational Programming
Sports Officiating
Performance Dance (THR)
Personal Fitness
Biomechanics/Kinesiology
Park and Facility Planning
Admin. of Physical Educ. & Sport
Assessment & Evaluation in PE
Exercise Eval. & Prescpt.
Physical Education Activities
Sports Psychology
Care & Prevention of Ath. Injuries
Theory of Coaching Track & Field
Coaching Practicum
Theory of Coaching Soccer
Methods of Teaching Elem. P.E.
Adv. Athletic Procedures
Seminar in Exercise Science

Hrs
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
3

Days
MW
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
ARR
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MW
MWF
MW
TTh
MWF
TTh
ARR
MWF
TTh
MW
TTh

Time
9:00-9:50
2:00-2:50
8:00-8:50
10:30-11:20
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
12:00-12:50
1:00-1:50
2:30-3:20
9:00-9:50
1:00-1:50
9:00-9:50
1:00-1:50
ARR
1:00-1:50
9:00-9:50
1:00-2:20
2:30-3:20
2:30-3:20
9:00-10:20
2:30-3:50
11:00-11:50
12:00-12:50
1:00-1:50
7:30-8:50
10:30-11:50
8:00-8:50
9:00-10:20
ARR
1:00-1:50
7:30-8:50
9:00-9:50
2:30-3:50

am
pm
am
am
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
am
pm
pm
am
pm
pm
pm
am
pm
am
pm
pm
am
am
am
am
pm
am
am
pm

Instr
Creech
Kranjc
Mierkiewicz
Dittman
Dittman
Jacobi
Clay
Mierkiewicz
Carson
Dittman
Creech
Creech
Creech
Hoffman
Macklin
Alexander
Alexander
Cummins
Staff
Kuehn
Krings
Staff
Clay
Hoffman
Hamik
Hoffman
Schulte
Clay
Mierkiewicz
Kranjc
Hamik
Macklin
Hoffman

Room
FC144
FC144
FC144
FC144
FC144
K130
Kiewit
Kiewit
YMCA
Wt. Rm.
Wt. Rm.
Wt. Rm.
Wt. Rm.
FC109
FC144
FC146
FC145
K130
FC147
MR148
FC145
FC146
FC146
FC144
FC146
FC145
FC145
FC144
FC144
K214+
FC145
FC144

Phys. Educ. and Human Perfor. - Graduate Level Courses


Biomechanics/Kinesiology
Admin. of Physical Educ. & Sport
Assessment & Evaluation in PE
Exercise Eval. & Prescpt.
Sports Psychology
Methods of Teaching Elem. P.E.
Seminar in Exercise Science

3
3
2
3
3
3
3

TTh
MWF
MW
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh

9:00-10:20
11:00-11:50
12:00-12:50
1:00-1:50
10:30-11:50
7:30-8:50
10:30-11:50

am
am
pm
pm
am
am
am

Kuehn
Staff
Clay
Hoffman
Hoffman
Hamik
Hoffman

MR148
FC 146
FC 146
FC 145
FC 145
K214+
FC 146

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F

4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00
4:00-6:00

pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm
pm

Creech
Dittman
Clay
Doerr
Staff
Staff
Boeve
Baker
Kelley
Creech
Dittman
Clay
Doerr
Staff
Staff
Boeve
Baker
Kelley
Staff

Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
Arena
K130

Major Sport
Major Sport, MBB
Major Sport, WBB
Major Sport, TK
Major Sport, MG
Major Sport, W-Tennis
Major Sport, M-Tennis
Major Sport, Bb
Major Sport, Sb
Major Sport, Wrestling
Advanced Sport Tech., MBB
Advanced Sport Tech., WBB
Advanced Sport Tech., TK
Advanced Sport Tech., MG
Advanced Sport Tech., W-Tennis
Advanced Sport Tech., M-Tennis
Advanced Sport Tech. Bb
Advanced Sport Tech., Sb
Advanced Sport Tech., Wrestling
Cheerleading/Dance Participation

48

PHYSICS

Dept
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY

Cat
203
203R
203L
203L
203L
312
312L
213
213R
213L
364
364L
384
384L
384L
483

Sec
01
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01

Course Title
General Physics. w/Lab & Recitation
Recitation
General Physics Lab
General Physics Lab
General Physics Lab
Statics
Static Lab
College Physics w/Lab & Recitation
Recitation
College Physics Lab
Mathematical Physics
Mathematical Physics Lab
Modern Physics w/Lab
Modern Physics Lab
Modern Physics Lab
Senior Projects II

Hrs Days
5
MWF
T
Th
Th
Th
4
MWF
T
5
MWF
Th
T
4
MWF
T
4
MWF
Th
Th
2
ARR

Dept
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS
PLS

Cat
150
150
150
150
151
203
305
314
480

Sec
01
02
03
04
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Introduction to Political Science (D)
Introduction to Political Science (D)
Introduction to Political Science (D)
Introduction to Political Science (D)
Political Science Resource Seminar
Public Policy Analysis (D)
Comparative Politics II: Developed
Advanced Public Policy
Topics In Political Science

Dept
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY

Cat
100
100
130
130
201
210
221
229
236
315
333
334
345
373
375
375
409
436
450

Sec
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01

Course Title
Hrs
Intro to Psychology
3
Intro to Psychology
3
Social Psychology
3
Social Psychology
3
Biopsychology
3
Developmental Psychology
3
Abnormal Psychology
3
Developmental Disorders
3
Health Psychology
3
Psychology of Religion (REL)
4
Counseling Theories & Process
3
Cognitive Psychology
3
Early Childhood Development
3
Psychological Research Methods and Statistics 3
Psychological Research Methods Lab
1
Psychological Research Methods Lab
1
Selected Topics I/O: Motivation
3
Health Psychology
3
Field Work Practicum
3

PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY

533
545
573
575
575
650

01
01
01
01
02
01

Time
11:00-11:50 am
12:00-12:50 pm
7:30-9:50 am
10:00-12:20 am
1:00-3:20 pm
8:00-8:50 am
10:30-11:20 am
2:00-2:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
12:30-3:20 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
9:30-10:20 am
9:00-9:50 am
9:00-11:50 am
1:00-3:50 pm
ARR

Instr
Dugan
Dugan
Dugan
Dugan
Dugan
S. Knudson
S. Knudson
Bever
Bever
Bever
Dugan
Dugan
Bever
Bever
Bever
Dugan

Room
MR212
MR212
MR121
MR121
MR121
MR124
MR124
MR121
MR212
MR121
MR212
MR124
MR121
MR115
MR115
MR124

Time
8:00-8:50 am
9:00-9:50 am
11:00-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
10:30-11:50 am
9:00-10:20 am
2:30-3:50 pm
1:00-2:20 pm

Instr
Frombgen
Frombgen
Amyot
Amyot
Frombgen
Amyot
Frombgen
Frombgen
Amyot

Room
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10
DC10

Time
1:00-1:50 pm
1:00-2:20 pm
10:30-11:50 am
1:00-2:20 pm
1:00-2:20 pm
9:00-9:50 am
9:00-9:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
9:00-9:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
11:00-11:50 am
2:00-2:50 pm
9:00-10:20 am
11:00-11:50 am
9:00-10:20 am
10:30-11:50 am
11:00-11:50 am
9:00-9:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm

Instr
Zajack
Furrer
Zajack
Zajack
Thompson
Furrer
Warner
Furrer
Wigert
Wigert
Wigert
Thompson
Furrer
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Zajack
Wigert
Wigert

Room
MR131
MR 213
MR213
MR212
MR213
MR144
MR212
MR212
MR213
MR212
MR213
MR213
MR213
FC 141
FC 141
FC 141
MR131
MR213
MR131

11:00-11:50 am
9:00-10:30 am
11:00-11:50 am
9:00-10:20 am
10:30-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm

Wigert
Furrer
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Wigert

MR213
MR213
FC 131
FC 141
FC 141
MR131

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hrs
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
3
3

Days
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh

PSYCHOLOGY
Days
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
MWF
T
T
MWF
MWF
MWF

Psychology - Graduate Level Courses


Counseling Theories and Processes
Early Childhood Development
Psychological Research Methods and Statistics
Psych Research Methods and Stats Lab
Psych Research Methods and Stats Lab
Field Work Practicum

3
3
3
1
1
3

49

MWF
TTh
MWF
T
T
MWF

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

RELIGION

Dept
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL
REL

Cat
100
100
235
235
274
309
315
354
384
399
405
450
480

Sec
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Introduction to Religion (D)
Introduction to Religion (D)
New Testament
New Testament
Philosophy of Religion (PHL)
Death and Dying
Psychology of Religion (PSY)
Religion in Culture and Society
Theo Sem: Roman Catholic Tradition
Senior Seminar
Church Leadership
Student Ministry Practicum
Seminar: Nature of Christian Ministry

Hrs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
4
1

Dept
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI

Cat
203
203L
203L
390
390L
223
223L
261B

Sec
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Intro to Physical Geography, w/Lab
Intro to Physical Geography Lab
Intro to Physical Geography Lab (Per Inst)
Physical Science for Elem Tchrs w/Lab
Physical Science for Elem Tchrs Lab
Astronomy, w/Lab
Astronomy Lab
Humans and the Environment

SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI

261Bl 01
300 01
300L 01
300L 02
313 01

SCI
SCI

590 01
590L 01

Physical Science for Elem Tchrs, w/Lab


Physical Science for Elem Tchrs Lab

Dept
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC

Cat
100
110
130
130
203
211
244
295
295
304
311
314
324
344
471

Sec
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
02

Course Title
Intro to Sociology (D)
Race, Gender, Class (D)
Social Psychology (D)
Social Psychology (D)
Non-Violent Alternatives
Service Learning, Making a Difference (D, S-L)
Social Problems and Solutions (D)
Behavioral Statistics
Behavioral Statistics
Juvenile Delinquency
Service Learning, Making a Difference (D, S-L)
Corrections
Sociological Theory
Group Dynamics
Senior Topics

SOC
SOC

595
595

01
02

Days
TTh
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
ARR
TTh
ARR
ARR

SCIENCE

Hrs Days
4
MWF
T
Th
4
MWF
MWF
4
MWF
W
4
MWF

Humans and the Environment Lab


Biology & Society
Biology & Soc Lab
Biology & Soc Lab
Nutrition

4
3

T
MWF
Th
Th
MWF

Spring Semester 2011 Class Schedule

Time
1:00-2:20 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
1:00-1:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
11:00-11:50 am
1:00-2:20 pm
10:30-11:50 am
3:00-3:50 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
ARR
8:30-10:20 am
ARR
ARR

Instr
Heriot
E. Bennett
Deffenbaugh
Aikin
E. Bennett
McCarthy
Wigert
Deffenbaugh
Aikin
Deffenbaugh
Deffenbaugh
Staff
Staff

Room
L206
K242
L206
L206
H229
K242
MR212
L206
H221

Time
11:00-11:50 am
1:00-3:00 pm
1:00-3:00 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm
12:00-12:50 pm
8:00-10:00 pm
12:00-12:50 pm

Instr
Phelps
Phelps
Phelps
Sunderman
Sunderman
Bever
Bever
Beachly/
Beachly

Room
MR148
MR240
MR240
H220
H220
MR212
Obsv
MR144

7:30-8:50
8:00-8:50
7:30-8:50
9:00-10:20
8:00-8:50

Seaton

am
am
am
am
am

Morris
Morris
Morris
D. Beachly

MR136
MR131
MR141
MR141
MR148

pm
pm

Sunderman
Sunderman

H220
H220

Dept
STS
STS

Cat
110
110

Sec
01
02

Course Title
Learning Strategies
Learning Strategies

STS

130

01

STS
STS
STS
STS
STS
STS

150
151
152
160
161
162

STS
STS

STUDENT SERVICES
Hrs Days
2
MW
2
TTh

Time
11:00-11:50 am
10:30-11:20 am

Instr
Haverly
Haverly

Room
H05
H05

Living & Learning at HC

ARR

ARR

Peters

H222

01
01
01
01
01
01

PHIVE-O by Permission
CARE by Permission
BACCHUS by Permission
Adv. PHIVE-0 by Permission
Adv. CARE by Permission
Adv. BACCHUS by Permission

1
1
1
1
1
1

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR

ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR
ARR

Grace
Littrell
Littrell
Grace
Littrell
Littrell

SHC
SHC
SHC
SHC
SHC
SHC

170
171

01
01

Learning Lab by Permission


Learning Lab by Permission

1
1

ARR
ARR

ARR
ARR

Haverly
Haverly

H05
H05

STS

200

01

Job Search Strategies (First 8 weeks)

MWF

12:00-12:50 pm

Graviette

L206

Dept
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR
THR

Cat
104
200
200
234
272
277
304
305
434
480
484

Sec
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01

Course Title
Stage Make-up
Intro to Theatre
Intro to Theatre
Fund of Directing
Performance Dance (PED)
Intro to Mus. Theatre
Scenic Design
Costume Design
Advanced Directing
Theatre Lab
Capstone Project

Time
2:30-3:20 pm
11:00-11:50 am
11:00-11:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
2:30-3:20 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
1:00-2:30 pm
1:00-1:50 pm
11:00-11:50 am
ARR
3:00-3:50 pm

Instr
White
Tushaus
White
Fritzler
Cummins
Fritzler
White
Marsh
White
Fritzler
Fritzler

Room
ST
M224
M111
ST
K130
M221
ST
ST
ST

THEATRE
Hrs
1
2
2

2
3
3
3
3
1
3

Science Education - Graduate Level Courses


4

MWF
MWF

SOCIOLOGY
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3-4
3
3
3
3
3-4
3
3
3
3

2:00-2:50
3:00-3:50

Days
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF

Time
12:00-12:50 pm
9:00-9:50 am
9:00-10:20 am
2:30-3:50 pm
11:00-11:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
9:00-10:20 am
11:00-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm
7:30-8:50 am
10:30-11:50 am
1:00-2:20 pm
2:00-2:50 pm
2:30-3:50 pm
3:00-3:50 pm

Instr
Able
Kettlitz
Able
C. Strasheim
Kettlitz
Heriot
Kettlitz
Boeve
Boeve
Loetterle
Heriot
Kettlitz
Able
Able
Kettlitz

Room
DC06
DC06
DC06
K242
MR217
DC06
MR217
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC06
DC06

MWF
MWF

11:00-11:50 am
1:00-1:50 pm

Boeve
Boeve

DC06
DC06

Sociology - Graduate Level Courses


Behavioral Statistics
Behavioral Statistics

3
3

50

51

Days
TTh
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
MWF
ARR
W

ST

FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE


FALL SEMESTER, 2010
Monday, December 13
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 2 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 9 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
MWF 1 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Tuesday, December 14
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 9 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 10:30 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
MWF 11 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Wednesday, December 15
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 8 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 1 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
M-F 12 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Thursday, December 16
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 3 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 2:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
TTh 7:30 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.

FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE


SPRING SEMESTER, 2011
Monday, May 16
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 2 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 9 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
MWF 1 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May 17
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 9 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 10:30 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
MWF 11 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 18
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 8 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 1 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
M-F 12 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 19
Regular Class Time
Exam Time
MWF 3 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00-11:00 a.m.
TTh 2:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00-2:00 p.m.
TTh 7:30 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Evening & Arranged Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00-9:00 p.m.

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