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Spring 2012 Course Selections

Course Codes:

ARTH - Art History
ARTS - Studio Art
AS - Asian Studies
ASTR - Astronomy
BCMB - Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
BINF - Bioinformatics
BIOL - Biology
CHEM - Chemistry
CHIN - Chinese
CLAS - Classics
CMLT - Comparative Literature
COMM - Communication and Culture
COPACE - College of Professional and...
CSCI - Computer Science
ECON - Economics
EDUC - Education
EN - Environmental Science
ENG - English
ENT - Entrepreneurship
EPP - Ethics and Public Policy
FREN - French
GEOG - Geography
GERM - German
GES - Global Environmental Studies
GRK - Greek
GSOM - Graduate School of Management
HEBR - Hebrew
HGS - Holocaust and Genocide Studies
HIST - History
ID - International Development and Social Change
IDCE - International Development, Community, and Environment
IDND - Interdisciplinary
JAPN - Japanese
JS - Jewish Studies
LALS - Latin American/Latino Studies
LAS - Law and Society
LAT - Latin
MATH - Mathematics
MGMT - Management
MUSC - Music
PHIL - Philosophy
PHYS - Physics
PSTD - Peace Studies
PSCI - Political Science (formerly GOVT)
PSYC - Psychology
RER - Race and Ethnic Relations
SCRN - Screen Studies
SOC - Sociology
SPAN - Spanish
TA - Theater Arts
UDSC - Urban Development and Social Change
WS - Women's and Gender Studies

Spring 2012 First Year Intensives Schedule

Building Codes


Race and Ethnic Relations

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CRNCourse #ScTitlePLSUnitsCAPEnrInstructorDaysTimes Room Comments/Prereq.
31595 GEOG 020 01 AMERICAN CITIES: SPACES/PLACES HP 1.00 35 36 Fontaine, D T F   1200p-0115p JC218 FIRST YEAR INTENSIVE
31429 HIST 112 01 AFRICAN-AMERIC HISTORY TO 1865 HP 1.00 13 12 Power-Greene, O M W   1200p-0115p BP326  
31816 PSCI 171 01 URB POL: PEOPLE,POWER,CONFLICT   1.00 20 18 Perry, R T F   0250p-0405p ES303 DIALOGUE COURSE
31505 ENG 183 01 AFRICAN AMERICAN LIT II   1.00 35 10 Jones, E T R   0415p-0530p B124 DIALOGUE COURSE
30510 SOC 200 01 CLASS, STATUS AND POWER   1.00 35 24 Ross, R T R   0900a-1015a JC102 P= SOC 107
31627 ID 209 01 BEYOND VICTIMS & GRDIAN ANGELS   1.00 15 7 Asher, K M   0250p-0550p GRAN P= ID 125; OPEN TO JRS/SRS ONLY; MUST REG FOR DISC
31834 ID 209 901 DISC:BEYND VICTMS/GRDIAN ANGEL   .00 15 7 Asher, K W   0415p-0530p GRAN  
30009 HIST 210 01 RES SEM:COLONILSM IN ATL WORLD   1.00 12 7 Klooster, W M   0250p-0550p WSSEM JR/SR ONLY OR PERM
31461 HIST 222 01 HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH   1.00 25 26 Greenwood, J T F   1200p-0115p JC120  
31466 HIST 223 01 CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMNT:1950-1970   1.00 25 26 Power-Greene, O M R   0125p-0240p JC120  
31470 HIST 234 01 SEM:RACIAL THGHT/BODY POLITICS   1.00 12 9 Kuehne, T T   0250p-0550p SEM DIALOGUE COURSE
31630 PSYC 264 01 CULT/SOC PSYC OF GENOCIDES   1.00 15 14 Vollhardt, J R   0250p-0550p JC370 P=PSYC 101, 105, 108 & 109 OR PERM
30296 ENG 275 01 FICTIONS OF EMPIRE   1.00 20 14 Levin, S R   0250p-0550p TC112 DIALOGUE COURSE; TOPIC: MODERN SOUTH ASIAN FICTION
31512 ENG 276 01 ETHNIC AMER:LIT & THEO PERSPEC   1.00 20 14 Huang, B T R   1025a-1140a BP220 P=VE PLACEMENT; NOT OPEN TO FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS; DIALOGUE COURSE

ATW Atwood Hall
B Lasry Center for Bioscience
BP CSCI, Math, Physics
CH Carlson Hall
CONF D IDCE House
DCFB Dana Commons Fish Bowl
ES Estabrook Hall
FMC Fuller Music Center
G104 Libbey Lounge & Seminar Room 104
GRAN IDCE House, Granville Room
HIGSM Carriage House, 2nd Floor
JC Jonas Clark Hall
JF Jefferson Academic Center
LC Little Center
LIBR Lasry House Library
LEIR Anderson House Leir 1 and Leir 11
PHSEM Beck House
S Sackler Science Center
SEM Lasry House Seminar Room
TC Traina Center
WSSEM Jefferson Academic Center, 5th Floor

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