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WI/SI Courses

Approved WI/SI Courses

Note: Courses approved for SI or WI markers do not neccessarily carry the marker every time they are offered. Please check Genie to confirm that a course is being offered as SI or WI for a particular semester.

Unless noted, courses are approved for in-classroom instruction only.

* Asterisk denotes course no longer offered, or instructor no longer teaching course.


Accounting (ACC)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ACC 450 Accounting Ethics Any instructor   WI

African-American Studies (AFS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
AFS 101 Intro. To African American Studies N. Frank Woods, Courtney Moore, Rose Sackeyfio, Pamela Richardson WI  
AFS 210H Blacks in American Society: Social, Econ., Polit. Perspectives Michael Cauthen WI  
AFS 305 Special Topics in African American Studies Michael Cauthen, Lorenzo Meachum, Robert Randolph WI  
AFS 305 Special Topics in African American Studies: Race and Representation George Dimock   SI
AFS 325 Black Women in the US Tara Green WI  
AFS 400 Independent Study Any instructor WI  
AFS 410 Seminar in African American Studies: Race, Thought and Reality Any instructor (Richardson)   SI
AFS 410 Seminar in African American Studies (Senior Thesis) Any instructor WI  

Anthropology (ATY)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ATY 213 Cultural Anthropology Any instructor WI  
ATY 258 World Prehistory Joe Mountjoy WI  
ATY 311 Reading Culture and Society Any instructor WI  
ATY 357 Monkeys, Apes and Humans Any instructor WI  
ATY 360 Methods in Archaeology Mountjoy   SI
ATY 361 Methods in Biological Anthropology Any instructor WI SI
ATY 362 Methods in Cultural Anthropology Susan Andreatta WI  
ATY 442 Evolutionary Medicine David Leone WI  
ATY 449 Gender Archaeology Donna Nash WI  
ATY 462 Archaeology of the Southeastern United States Joe Mountjoy, Linda Stine WI  
ATY 462 Archaeology of the Southeastern UJ.S. Any instructor   SI
ATY 480 Ethnographic Field Methods in Cultural Anthropology Arthur Murphy WI  
ATY 520 Economic Anthropology Arthur Murphy WI  
ATY 524 Applied Anthropology Andreatta   SI
ATY 524 Applied Anthropology Susan Andreatta WI  
ATY 526 Anthropological Perspectives on Food and Agriculture Susan Andreatta WI  
ATY 553 Human Osteology Any instructor WI  
ATY 595 Contemporary Issues in Anthropological Theory Any instructor WI SI

Art (ART)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ART 100 (H) Introduction to Art George Dimock, Heather Holian, Ann Millett, Carl Goldstein, Elizabeth Perrill WI  
ART 102 The Black Atlantic George Dimock WI  
ART 200 History of Western Architecture Any instructor WI  
ART 220 Intermediate Drawing Barbara Campbell, Michael Ananian, Mariam Stephan, Jennifer Meanley WI  
ART 212 History of Ceramics:Critical Perspectives Any instructor WI  
ART 253 Sculpture I Any instructor   SI
ART 322 Variable Topics in Drawing Any instructor WI  
ART 335 Painting II M. Ananian   SI
ART 337 Painting III M. Ananian   SI
ART 355 Sculpture II Any instructor   SI
ART 356 Sculpture III Any instructor   SI
ART 405 Research Topics in Art History and Museum Studies Any instructor WI  
ART 420 Advanced Drawing Any instructor   SI
ART 441 Books and Images Lixl-Purcell   SI
ART 442 Image Sequencing/Sequential Images Any instructor   SI
ART 447 New Media and Design Professional Practices Studio Capstone Amy Lixl-Purcell WI SI
ART 447 New Media and Design Professional Practices Studio Capstone Amy Lixl-Purcell, Christopher Cassidy, Lee Walton, Sheryl Oring   SI
ART 481 Ceramics Nikki Blair   SI
ART 482 Capstone Painting Studio & Practice Seminar Michael Ananian, Mariam Stephan, Barbara Campbell, Jennifer Meanley WI SI
ART 485 Advanced Critique in Photography Sarah Martin   SI
ART 499 Independent Study Chris Thomas   SI

Art Education (ARE)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ARE 360 (was ART 360) Foundations of Art Education EunHee (Maria) Lim WI  
ARE 363 Current Teaching Methods in Elementary School Any instructor   SI
ARE 368 (was ART 368) Research in Contemporary Issues in Art Education EunHee (Maria) Lim WI  

Art History (ARH)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ARH 110 Survey of Western Art: Ancient-Medieval Richard Gantt WI  
ARH 112 Survey of Non-Western Art Any instructor WI  
ARH 200 History of Western Architecture Any instructor WI  
ARH 211 Art and the African American Presence George Dimock WI  
ARH 214 History of Ceramics: Critical Perspectives Any instructor WI  
ARH 219 Sophomore Seminar in Art History Heather Holian, Elizabeth Perrill WI  
ARH 310 (was ART 301) Early Medieval Art Holian   SI
ARH 320 (was ART 304) Italian Renaissance Art Carl Goldstein WI  
ARH 325 (was ART 305) Northern Renaissance Art Carl Goldstein WI  

ARH 330 (was ART 306)

Baroque Art Carl Goldstein WI  
ARH 350 (was ART 313) History of Photography George Dimock WI  
ARH 353 (was ART 312) Late Twentieth Century Art George Dimock WI  
ARH 403 (was ART 403) Art History Research Seminar Richard Gantt WI SI
ARH 405 (was ART 405) Research Topics in Art Any instructor WI SI
ARH 500 (was ART 500) Traditions of Art Criticism Carl Goldstein WI  
ARH 501 (was ART 501) Topics in the History of Art Elizabeth Perrill WI SI
ARH 502 (was ART 502) Historiography and Methodology Aichele   SI
ARH 590 (was ART 590) Museum Studies Aichele   SI
ARH 590 (was ART 590) Museum Studies Porter Aichele WI  

Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS)

The Bachelor of Liberal Studies program is an online program.

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
BLS 300 Seminar in the Humanities (Pathways: Reading and Writing in the Humanities) Any instructor WI  
BLS 300 Communication in Contemporary Society Any instructor   SI
BLS 300 Seminar in the Humanities Any instructor   SI
BLS 320 Reading the Human Experience Joe Rosenblum, Jay Parr, E. Poythress WI  
BLS 320 Contemporary Asian Literature Lee Baker WI  
BLS 320 Narrative: Mystery, Murder & Mayhem Hephzibah Roskelly WI  
BLS 340 Painting on the Page Marc Williams WI  
BLS 340 Shakespeare off the Page Marc Williams WI  
BLS 340 Shakespeare off the Page Williams   SI
BLS 400 Senior Seminar in the Humanities Any instructor WI  

Biology (BIO)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
BIO 105 Major Concepts of Biology Bob Gatten WI  
BIO 111 Principles of Biology (was 101) Any instructor WI  
BIO 112 Principles of Biology (was 102) Any instructor WI  
BIO 302 General Ecology Lab Any instructor WI  
BIO 322 Plant Diversity Kirchoff   SI
BIO 341 Invertebrate Zoology Robin Almeida, Melanie Gouzoules, Dean Wendt and lab instructors WI  
BIO 354 Plant Systematics Kirchoff, Remington, Lacey   SI
BIO 356 Cell Biology Lab Any instructor WI  
BIO 393 Genetics Laboratory Any instructor WI  
BIO 424 Plant Physiology and Biotechnology Neal Stewart WI  
BIO 425 Biological Clocks John Lepri WI  
BIO 430 Biological Evolution Bruce Kirchoff WI  
BIO 430 Biological Evolution Kirchoff, Lacey   SI
BIO 439 Animal Behavior - cross listed and counted as PSY 438L Cheryl Logan WI  
BIO 453 Vertebrate Morphogenesis Mark Hens WI  
BIO 453 Vertebrate Morphogenesis Hens   SI
BIO 477 Animal Physiology Bob Gatten, John Lepri WI  
BIO 477 Animal Physiology Bob Gatten, John Lepri   SI
BIO 479 Neurobiology Any instructor WI  
BIO 481 General Microbiology Rob Cannon, Parke Rublee WI  
BIO 498 Biology Seminar Cannon, Lajeunesse   SI
BIO 528 Microbial Ecology Parke Rublee WI  
BIO 540 Genes and Signals Amy L. Adamson   SI
BIO 541 Entomology Rueppell   SI
BIO 549 Topics: Neural Bases of Behavior Esther Leise, Cheryl Logan WI  
BIO 549 Topics: Stream Ecology Anne Hershey WI  
BIO 549-A Current Topics in Biology: Stream Ecology Hershey   SI
BIO 549 Current Topics in Biology: Phylogenetics Kirchoff   SI
BIO 550 Macroevolution Bruce Kirchoff WI  
BIO 552 Animal Metamorphosis Esther Leise WI  
BIO 552 Metamorphosis Leise   SI
BIO 560 Symbiosis Parke Rublee WI  
BIO 578 Hormones in Action Lepri, Patel   SI
BIO 579 Environmental Physiology Bob Gatten WI  
BIO 583 Virology Rob Cannon WI  
BIO 584 Immunology Rob Cannon WI  
BIO 589-A The Insects Rueppell   SI
BIO 591 Population Genetics and Molecular Evolution Malcolm Schug   SI
BIO 594 Introduction to Biotechnology Vince Henrich, Karen Katula, Amy Adamson WI  
BIO 596 Molecular Biological Approaches in Research Any instructor   SI

Chemistry (CHE)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CHE 252 Chemistry and Human Environment Bruce Banks, Jerry Walsh WI  
CHE 333 Quantitative Analysis Laboratory Any instructor WI  
CHE 354 Organic Chemistry II Lab Any instructor WI  
CHE 402 Chemistry Seminar Any instructor (Cech)   SI
CHE 407 Introductory Physical Chemistry Laboratory Any instructor WI  
CHE 463 Physical Chemistry I Lab Any instructor WI  
CHE 464 Physical Chemistry II Lab Dennis Burnes, Liam Duffy WI  
CHE 481 (was 581) Synthetic Techniques Any instructor WI  
CHE 533 Instrumental Analysis Lab Any instructor WI  
CHE 558 Biochemistry Laboratory Any instructor WI  

Chinese (CHI)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CHI 204 Intermediate Chinese Shaozhong Liu WI  

Classical Studies (CCI)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CCI 102 Classical Art of Persuasion Starks, Jonathan Zarecki and others   SI
CCI 202 Intro to Classical Civilization: The Romans Any instructor WI  
CCI 205 Mythology Hugh Parker WI  
CCI 227 Comparative Studies in World Epics David Wharton WI  
CCI 240 Ancient Warfare David Wharton and others   SI
CCI 300 Ceramics of Ancient Greece Carol Zerner WI  
CCI 305 Classical Tragedy Hugh Parker, Susan Shelmerdine, John Starks WI  
CCI 306 Classical Comedy John H. Starks, Jr. WI  
CCI 306 Classical Comedy Starks   SI
CCI 313 Archaeology of the Aegean Jeffrey Soles WI SI
CCI 313 Archaeology of the Aegean Any instructor WI  
CCI 314 Ancient Cities Maura Heyn WI  
CCI 314 Ancient Cities Zerner   SI
CCI 323 World of Alexander the Great Any instructor   SI
CCI 324 The Age of Cicero Kathryn Williams WI  
CCI 326 The Age of Nero Hugh Parker WI  
CCI 326 The Age of Nero Any instructor   SI
CCI 330 Women in Antiquity Linda Danford WI  
CCI 336 Language Change crosslisted as LIN 336 Dave Wharton WI  
CCI 340 Ancient Cosmology David Wharton WI  
CCI 340 Ancient Cosmology Wharton   SI
CCI 350 Roman Law and Society Williams, Jonathan Zarecki & others   SI
CCI 360 Archaeology of the Roman Provinces Any instructor WI  
CCI 365 Archaeology of the Roman Provinces: Asia Minor and Syria Heyn   SI
CCI 389 Women in Classical Drama Danford, Starks   SI
CCI 405 Advanced Studies in Mythology Any instructor WI  
CCI 407 Roman Myth and Legend Hugh Parker WI  
CCI 455 UNCG in Rome Any instructor   SI
CCI 475 Archaeology of Death in The Classical World Any instructor WI  
CCI 490 Seminar in Classic Studies Any instructor WI SI
CCI 502 History of Latin Literature David Wharton   SI
CCI 512 The Archaeology of Roman Daily Life Any instructor WI SI

Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CSD 150 Communication Disabilities in Film Hooper   SI
CSD 334 Introduction to Audiology Any instructor (Tucker)   SI
CSD 337 Language Disorders Any instructor WI  
CSD 338 Voice Disorders Virginia Hinton WI  
CSD 556 Aural Rehabilitation Susan Phillips WI SI
CSD 557 Pediatric Aural Rehabilitation Any instructor (Tucker)   SI

Communication Studies (CST)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CST 105 Introduction to Public Speaking Jessica Delk McCall,
Jessica Gisclair
WI  
CST 105 Introduction to Communication Studies Any instructor   SI
CST 105 (Web delivery) Introduction to Communication Studies Any instructor   SI
CST 111 Argumentation and Debate Sharon Bracci WI  
CST 200 Communication and Society Spoma Jovanovic WI  
CST 200 Communication and Society Jovanovic,
Carlone, Kinefuchi
  SI
CST 205 Persuasion in Western Culture Chris Poulos WI SI
CST 207 Relational Communication Any instructor WI  
CST 210 Communication Ethics Sharon Bracci,
Kim Cuny,
Patricia Fairfield-Artman
WI  
CST 210 Communication Ethics Bracci, Jovanovic, Artman, Manning, Poulos WI SI
CST 211 Strategic Communication Pat Fairfield Artman WI  
CST 300 Communication Theory David Carlone,
Roy Schwartzman
WI  
CST 305 Persuasion in Western Culture Chris Poulos   SI
CST 308 Strategies in Organizational Communication Spoma Jovanovic WI  
CST 311 Cooperative Argumentation Bracci   SI
CST 311 Cooperative Argumentation Sharon Bracci WI  
CST 315 (WEB) Persuasion and Social Influences Patricia Fairfield-Artman   SI
CST 315 Strategic Communication Patricia Fairfield-Artman WI  
CST 337 Intercultural Communication Etsuko Kinefuchi   SI
CST 341 Business and Professional Communication Selected TA's,
Tonya Riney
WI  
CST 341 Business and Professional Communication Any instructor (Fairfield-Artman)   SI
CST 342 Communications and Public Relations Any instructor WI  
CST 342 Public Relations Artman   SI
CST 344 Communication and Conflict Management Any instructor WI  
CST 350 Small Group and Team Communication David Carlone, Jessica McCall WI  
CST 399 Communication Research Methods Etsuko Kinefuchi WI  
CST 412 Communication Internship Kim Cuny WI  
CST 416 Communication and Ethnography Chris Poulos WI  
CST 460 Case Studies in Applied Communication Sharon Bracci WI  
CST 460 Promotions & Pop Ups Any instructor WI  
CST 460 Risk and Crisis Communication Patricia Fairfield WI  
CST 499 Senior Project Seminar Any instructor WI  
CST 499 Senior Project Seminar Any instructor   SI
CST 505 Speaking Out for Community Change Any instructor WI SI
CST 506 Speaking Out for Community Change Bracci and Jovanovic   SI

Computer Science (CSC)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CSC 101 Computer Concepts Dale Case, James Culp   SI
CSC 312 Ethics in Computer Science Lea, Harris, Fritz   SI
CSC 340 Software Engineering Any instructor WI  
CSC 490 Senior Project S. Suthaharan, S. Tate WI  
CSC 490 Senior Project Any instructor   SI
CSC 594 Special approval: Directed Study for one student only, Summer '01 Sue Lea WI  
CSC 593 Special approval: Independent Study for one student only, Fall '01 Sue Lea WI  
CSC 593 Special approval: Independent Study for one student only, Spring 2002 Sue Lea WI  
CSC 593 Special approval: Independent Study for one student only, Spring 2004 Fereidoon Sidra WI  
CSC 593 Special approval: Directed Study for one student only, Spring 2005 Nancy Green WI  

Conflict and Peace Studies (CPS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CPS 312 Conflict Systems and Analysis Any instructor WI  
CPS 312 Conflict Systems and Analysis Any instructor WI  
CPS 318 Facilitation and Mediation Any instructor   SI;

Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CRS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
CRS 321 Social Psychology of Dress Any instructor WI  
CRS 331 Pre-Internship: Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Industries Any instructor   SI
CRS 463 Textile Products International Sourcing Any instructor WI  

Dance (DCE)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
DCE 200 Dance Appreciation Any instructor WI  
DCE 305 Dance History II: Dance in the United States Any instructor WI  
DCE 505 Contemporary Dance: Aesthetic and Cultural Practice Any instructor (Van Dyke)   SI

Economics (ECO)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ECO 325 Sports Economics Dan Rosenbaum   WI
ECO 380 Environmental & Natural Resources Economics Stephen Holland   WI
ECO 510 Law and Economics Any instructor   WI
ECO 510 Law and Economics Hayek   SI
ECO 518 Amer. Economic History 1865-Present (cross listed as HIS 518) Any instructor   WI
ECO/HIS 518 American Economic History Any instructor   SI
ECO 523 Topics in Public Finance Hayek   SI
ECO 523 Topics in Public Policy Any instructor   SI
ECO 523 Topics in Public Finance Any instructor   WI
ECO 555 History of Economic Thought Caldwell   SI
ECO 555 History of Economic Thought Bruce Caldwell   WI

Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ELC 381 The Institution of Education Svi Shapiro, Andrea Patterson, approved others   SI

English (ENG)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ENG 102 English Composition II Any instructor   SI
ENG 102N Eng. Comp. II for Nonnative Speakers Any instructor (Myers)   SI
ENG 103 Essentials of Professional and Business Writing Bonnie Yarbrough WI SI
ENG 104 Approach to Literature Any instructor WI  
ENG 105 Introduction to Narrative Any instructor WI  
ENG 106 Introduction to Poetry Any instructor WI  
ENG 108 Topics in British & American Literature Any instructor WI  
ENG 107 Introduction to Drama Nancy Bucknall WI  
ENG 109 Introduction to Shakespeare Any instructor WI  
ENG 202H European Lit. Classics: Enlightenment to Modern Jennifer Keith WI  
ENG 203 Academic English for Speakers of Other Languages Brian Ray WI SI
ENG 203 English as a Second Language Nancy Myers WI  
ENG 208 Topics in Global Literature Rose Brister WI  
ENG 208 Topics in Global Literature Christian Moraru   SI
ENG 209 Topics in Non-Western Literature Belinda Walzer WI  
ENG 210 Literature and the Arts Scott Gibson WI  
ENG 211 English Masters (or Bit. Authors) - Medieval-Neoclassicism Gary Lim WI  
ENG 211 British Authors:Medieval-Neoclassical Amy Vines WI  
ENG 212 Major British Authors: Romance-Modern Walter Beale, Jim Evans, Mary Ellis Gibson, Jennifer Keith, Anne Wallace WI  
ENG 214 Transnational Literatures:Romantic to Postmodern Mary Ellis Gibson WI  
ENG 219 Newswriting Rosemary Yardley Roberts, Stan Swofford WI  
ENG 223 Writing of Essays Kelly Ritter, Will Dodson, William Duffy WI  
ENG 235 Science Fiction Charles Tedder WI  
ENG 251 Major American Authors: Colonial - Romantic SallyAnn Ferguson, Karen Kilcup, Scott Romine, Hephzibah Roskelly, Karen Weyler, James Clark WI  
ENG 251 Survey of American Literature, Colonial-Romantic Weyler   SI
ENG 252 Major American Authors: Realist-Modern Nancy Bucknall, Anthony Cuda, SallyAnn Ferguson, Karen Kilcup, Christian Moraru, Scott Romine WI  
ENG/LIN 262 Sociolinguistics Any instructor WI SI
ENG 303 Critical Approaches to the Study of Literature Any instructor WI  
ENG 303 Critical Approaches to the Study of Literature Christian Moraru   SI
ENG 305 Introduction to Rhetoric: Rhetorical Power Any instructor WI SI
ENG 310 Young Adult Literature Jeanie Reynolds   SI
ENG 315 Postcolonial Literature Ali Schultheis WI SI
ENG 321 Modern Grammar Walter Beale, Nancy Myers, WI  
ENG 321 Linguistics for Teachers Myers   SI
ENG 322 Teaching of Writing

Nancy Bucknall, Walter Beale, Elizabeth Chiseri-Strater, Hepsie Roskelly, J. Reynolds

WI  
ENG 323 Creative Nonfiction Hepsie Roskelly WI  
ENG 323 Literary Nonfiction Risa Applegarth WI  
ENG 324 The Teaching of Writing in the Elementary and Middle Grades Jeanie Reynolds WI  
ENG 327 Writing in the Professions Bonnie Yarborough WI  
ENG 331 Women in Literature Mary Ellis Gibson, Karen Kilcup WI  
ENG 332 English Women Writers before 1800 Denise Baker, Jennifer Keith, WI  
ENG 332 English Women Writers Before l800 Baker   SI
ENG 333 Modern Southern Writers Scott Romine WI  
ENG 336 Chaucer Vines   SI
ENG 337 English Literature to 1500 Denise Baker, Amy Vines WI  
ENG 338 Renaissance Poetery and Prose Chris Hodgkins, Russ McDonald WI  
ENG 338 The Sixteenth-Century 1500-1610 Jennifer Feather   SI
ENG 339 Shakespeare: Early Plays Chris Hodgkins WI  
ENG 339 Shakespeare: Early Plays and Sonnets Hodgkins, Dowd, Reigle   SI
ENG 340 Shakespeare: Later Plays Chris Hodgkins WI SI
ENG 341 Contemporary Native American Literature Mark Rifkin WI  
ENG 341 Young Adult Literature Jeanie Reynolds   SI
ENG 342 The Seventeenth Century Michelle Dowd WI  
ENG 343 Travel Narratives to the Early Atlantic World Daniel Hutchins WI  
ENG 343 Topics in Pre-1800 Walter Beale   SI
ENG 344 Romantic Poetry and Poetics Jennifer Keith, Anne Wallace WI  
ENG 344 Romantic Poetry and Poetics Keith   SI
ENG 345 Victorian Literature Mary Ellis Gibson WI  
ENG 348 Contemporary British Literature and Culture Sara Littlejohn and Jennifer Whitaker WI SI
ENG 349 English Novel: Defoe to Hardy Jim Evans WI SI
ENG 350 Twentieth Century British Novel Hodgkins   SI
ENG 351 American Novel Before WWI Karen Kilcup, Karen Weyler WI  
ENG 352 Modern American Novel Scott Romine WI SI
ENG 358 Modern Poetry Cushman   SI
ENG 360 English Neoclassicism Jim Evans WI  
ENG 360 The Eighteenth Century Evans, Keith   SI
ENG 361 British Literature 1750-1800 Jennifer Keith WI  
ENG 365 Writing Across the University Any instructor WI SI
ENG 372 Early American Literature Karen Weyler WI  
ENG 373 American Romanticisms: Reconstructing Romanticism Karen Kilcup, Karen Weyler WI  
ENG 374 Early African American Writers SallyAnn Ferguson WI  
ENG 376 African American Writers After 1920 SallyAnn Ferguson, Noelle Morisette WI  
ENG 377 American Realism and Naturalism Karen Kilcup WI  
ENG 378 American Life Writing Risa Applegarth, Karen Kilcup WI  
ENG 379 American Women's Writing Karen Kilcup WI  
ENG 380 Literature and Environment Any instructor WI  
ENG 390 Writing Center Theory Any instructor WI  
ENG 450 Pre-1800 Literature Seminar Any instructor (Romine)   SI
ENG 451 Post-1800 Literature Seminar Any instructor (Romine)   SI
ENG 494 Senior Honors Seminar Christopher Hodgkins WI  

Environmental Studies (ENV)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ENV 100 Introduction to Environmental Studies Aaron Allen, David McDuffie, William T. Markham WI  
ENV 100 (Online) Introduction to Environmental Studies David McDuffie WI  
ENV 312 Environmental Law and Policy (cross listed as PSC 312 Susan Buck WI  
ENV 313 Natural Resources Law and Policy (cross listed as PSC 313 Susan Buck WI  
ENV 314 Wildlife Law and Policy (cross listed as PSC 314 Susan Buck WI  
ENV 400 Capstone Seminar for Environmental Studies Any instractor WI  

Foundations for Learning (FFL)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
FFL 100 Exploring Self, World, and Future Any instructor   SI

French (FRE)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
FRE 222 Explorations in French Lit: English Versions Roberto Campo WI  
FRE 222 Explorations in French Literature Fein, O'Hara   SI
FRE 222 Sub-Saharan Africa in the 21st Century (cross-listed w/ IGS 223) Any instructor WI  
FRE 241 Intermediate French: Culture and Business Any instructor (Campo)   SI
FRE 301 Advanced French Any instructor WI  
FRE 311 French Conversation & Phonetics Any instructor   SI
FRE 312 French Conversation and Culture Any instructor   SI
FRE 315 Advanced Grammar & Composition Cybelle Wilkens, Bertrand Landry, David Fein WI  
FRE 332 Introduction to French civilization and Culture Any instructor   SI
FRE 353 Survey of French Literature Roberto Campo, William Goode, David Fein, Cybelle Wilkens WI  
FRE 354 Survey of French Literature William Goode WI  
FRE 415 Advanced Composition Any instructor WI  
FRE 453 Topics in French Literature: Ancien Régime Roberto Campo WI  
FRE 453 Topics in French Literature: Ancien Régime David Fein WI  
FRE 453 Topics in French Literature: Ancien Régime William Goode WI  
FRE 453 Topics in French Literature: Ancien RĂ©gime Fein   SI

Freshman Seminar (FMS)

All course numbers except 115 and 116 are approved as Writing Intensive for any instructor.

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
FMS 108 Anthropology of US Davis   SI
FMS 116 Believing Whacky Things Patrick Beasom   SI
FMS 116 Byron and the Individual (Revolutionary) Spirit Matt McNeese   SI
FMS 116 Civil Discourse: Honors Laurie White   SI
FMS 116 Drama, Scandal, and Rhetoric in American Life Chris Metivier   SI
FMS 116 Eyes on the Street: Reading Cityscapes, Real and Imagined Jacob Babb   SI
FMS 116 How Do We Know What We Know? Mary Beth Pennington   SI
FMS 116 King Arthur Revisited Jennifer Whitaker   SI
FMS 116 The Limits of Higher Education, or, The World Starts Here Charles Tedder   SI
FMS 116 Money and Class in America Shelby Smoak   SI
FMS 116 Mythbusters Todd Atchison   SI
FMS 116 Racial Literacy Michelle Johnson   SI
FMS 116 Reading Art Lawrence Jenkens   SI
FMS 116 Reasoning & Discourse II Seabrooke, Laurie White   SI
FMS 116 The Rhetoric of Rights: The Politics of Human Rights Discourse Belinda Waltzer   SI
FMS 116 The Story of Our Lives Becomes our Lives Elizabeth Chiseri-Strater   SI
FMS 116 Truth, Reason, and the Practice of Discourse William Duffy   SI
FMS 116 What's the Point? Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking Libby   SI
FMS 120 The Arts of Poetry Beale   SI
FMS 120 Freshman Seminar Denise Baker WI  
FMS 121 Global Literature of Memory and Witness Charles Tedder   SI
FMS 130 Theatre Now! Hansen, Williams   SI
FMS 130 The Dramatic Impulse Williams   SI
FMS 130 Building Communities: Leadership, Service, and Society Emily Janke   SI
FMS 131 The Mask as a Global Art Form Bell   SI
FMS 132 / FMS 130 Storytelling across Culture Cuny   SI
FMS 151 Map it Out! Linda Rupert   SI
FMS 160 Modern European Culture Lixl   SI
FMS 160 The Modern South Susan Thomas WI  
FMS 160 Religion and Politics Colbert   SI
FMS 161 Crossing Borders/Crossing cultures: Minority Voices In Multicultural Germany Haeseler   SI
FMS 170 The Narration of Healing Crossling   SI
FMS 170 Building Communities Janke   SI
FMS 171 Refugee lives/Refugee Stories Davis   SI

Geography (GEO)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
GEO 121 Introduction to GIS Elizabeth M. Walton WI  
GEO 205 Environmental Change Michael Lewis WI  
GEO 303 World Population Problems Gordon Bennett WI  
GEO 305 Natural Hazards Assessment G. Jay Lennartson, Michael Lewis WI  
GEO 305 Environmental Hazards Assessment Lennartson   SI
GEO 306 World Economic Geography Susan Walcott WI  
GEO 315 The Geography of World Affairs Johnson   SI
GEO 322 Research Methods G. Bennett, K. Debbage, S. Sultana, W. Welsh WI  
GEO 322 Research methods in Geography Debbage   SI
GEO 323 Remote Sensing Roy Stine, Mary Hall-Brown WI  
GEO 323 Remote Sensing Stine, Mary Hall-Brown   SI
GEO 330 Elements of Hydrology Michael Lewis, Zhi-jun Liu WI  
GEO 522 Seminar in Population and Urban Studies Gordon Bennett WI  
GEO 533 Industrial Development: State and Local John Rees WI  
GEO 533 Industrial Geography: State and Local Susan Walcott     SI

German (GER)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
GER 203 Elementary German Jeffrey Adams, Karin Baumgartner, Anita Campitelli, Andreas Lixl, Arndt Niebisch WI  
GER 203 Intermediate German: Contemporary Germany Susanne Rinner WI  
GER 204 Intermediate German Jeffrey Adams, Jillian Haeseler, Karin Baumgartner, Anita Campitelli, Andreas Lixl, David Kleinberg, Arndt Niebisch WI  
GER 204 Intermediate German Susanne Rinner   SI
GER 204 Germany Today Baumgartner, Lixl,   SI
GER 204 Intermediate German David Kleinberg, Niebisch   SI
GER 217 German Masterworks Adams   SI
GER 217, 218 Masterworks of German Literature in English Jeffrey Adams WI  
GER 221 Germanic Mythology Any instructor WI  
GER 221 Germanic Mythology Lixl   SI
GER 291 German Conversation Topics Any instructor (Lixl)   SI
GER 301, 302 German Conversation and Composition Any instructor WI  
GER 305 Topics: Mothers and Daughters in German Lit. (crosslisted w/ WMS 450) Karin Baumgartner WI  
GER 305 Advanced Topics: Austrian Literature, Culture and Thought Andreas Lixl WI  
GER 305 Advanced Topics: German Memoirs Andreas Lixl WI  
GER 305 The Holocaust in Fiction, Film and Memory Susanne Rinner WI  
GER 305 German Lit.: Advanced Intermediate Topics Lixl   SI
GER 305 The Holocaust in Fiction, Film, and Memory Rinner   SI
GER 305 Women Writers and Readers Rinner   SI
GER 306 The Berlin Republic Karin Baumgartner WI  
GER 306 Culture of Soccer Susanne Rinner WI  
GER 306 On Walls Susanne Rinner WI  
GER 306 Berlin Culture Susanne Rinner WI  
GER 306 Kant to Hegel (cross listed with PHI 301) Arndt Niebisch WI  
GER 306 German Culture, Advanced Intermediate: Topics in German Anita Campitelli WI  
GER 306 The Berlin Republic Baumgartner   SI
GER 306 The Culture of Soccer Rinner   SI
GER 306 Berlin Culture Rinner   SI
GER 306 On Walls Rinner   SI
GER 308 German and Central European Studies Pre 1918 Arndt Niebisch WI  
GER 308 German and Central European Studies - Pre 1918 Niebisch   SI
GER 309 German Modernist Literature in the European Context Arndt Niebisch WI  
GER 309 German Modernist Literature in the Euopean Context Any instructor   SI
GER 404 German Civilization: Research and/or Internet Projects Any instructor WI  
GER 405 Advance Topics in German Literature Arndt Niebisch WI  
GER 405 German Drama Susanne Rinner WI  
GER 405 Wende Literature and Society David Kleinberg, Rinner   SI
GER 406 Advanced topics in German Culture Arndt Niebisch WI  
GER 406 German Expressionism in Literature and Art Andreas Lixl WI  
GER 406 Advanced Topics in German Culture Any instructor   SI
GER 406 German Expressionism Lixl   SI
GER 422 German Memory in Fiction and Film Susanne Rinner WI  

Greek (GRK)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
GRK 201/202 Elementary Greek Any instructor WI  

Health and Human Sciences (HHS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI

History (HIS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
HIS 203 History of Africa to 1870 Colleen Kriger WI  
HIS 204 History of Africa since 1870 (cross-listed w/IGS 233A) Colleen Kriger WI  
HIS 204 History of Africa since 1870 (cross-listed w/IGS 233A Kriger   SI
HIS 207 The Present State of The Once and Future King Whitaker   SI
HIS 211 History of the United States to 1865 Any instructor WI  
HIS 212 History of the United States since 1865 Any instructor WI  
HIS 216 Civilizations of Asia James Anderson WI  
HIS 218 The World in the Twentieth Century Mark Moser WI  
HIS 221 Medieval Legacy Richard Barton, Anne Barton WI  
HIS 222 Early Modern Europe Jodi Bilinkoff WI  
HIS 222 Europe 1350-1789 Bilinkoff   SI
HIS 223 Modern Europe Paul Mazgaj, Karl Schleunes, Eve Duffy, Kaarin Michaelsen WI  
HIS 239 Latin America: Colonial Period Mary Floyd WI  
HIS 240 Latin America: National Period Mary Floyd WI  
HIS 304 Women in African History Colleen Kriger WI  
HIS 310 Daughters of Eve Rick Barton, Anne Barton WI  
HIS 310 Daughters of Eve: Women in the Middle Ages Barton   SI
HIS 311 Darwin and Theory of Evolution Ken Caneva WI  
HIS 315 Witchcraft and Magic in European History Jodi Bilinkoff WI  
HIS 320 Central American History Mary Floyd WI  
HIS 321 US-Latin American Relations Mary Floyd WI  
HIS 324 The Frontier in American Culture Lisa Tolbert WI  
HIS 325 History of the American Home Lisa Tolbert WI  
HIS 326 Using Photographs as Historical Evidence Lisa Tolbert WI  
HIS 327 American Cultural History Lisa Tolbert WI  
HIS 328 Women in America to l865 Hunter   SI
HIS 329 Women in American History II Nan Enstad, Lisa Levenstein WI  
HIS 332 Civil Rights and Black Freedom Tom Jackson WI  
HIS 335 American Colonial Period Phyllis Hunter   SI
HIS 336 Age of Democratic Revolution Mark Moser WI  
HIS 338 Civil War, Reconstruction, Reunion Mark Elliott   SI
HIS 339 War, Society, Reform, America 1895-1945 Mark Elliott   SI
HIS 340 United States Since WW II Tom Jackson, WI  
HIS 340 The US Since World War II Jackson, Lindsey Hinds-Brown   SI
HIS 347 History of North Carolina Laurinda DeBeck, Bill Link WI  
HIS 347 History of North Carolina Flood   SI
HIS 353 Athens in the Fifth Century B.C. Stephen Ruzicka WI  
HIS 359 History of Sexuality Cheryl Logan WI  
HIS 360 Structure of Scientific Change Ken Caneva WI  
HIS 364 French Revolution Paul Mazgaj WI  
HIS 365 Modern France Paul Mazgaj WI  
HIS 366 Origins of Modern Political Thought Paul Mazgaj WI  
HIS 369 History of Spain Jodi Bilinkoff WI  
HIS 370 Revolution in 20th Century Latin America Mary Floyd WI  
HIS 371 Europe Since 1920 Paul Mazgaj WI  
HIS 391 Historical Skills & Methods Any instructor WI  
HIS 394 Honors Seminar in U.S. History Bolton, Jackson, Jennison, Levenstein, O'Brien, Thomas, Tolbert, WI SI
HIS 394 The Modern South Susan Thomas WI  
HIS 395 European concentration Any instructor WI  
HIS 396 World/non-Western Any instructor WI  
HIS 399 Images of Africa in Film Colleen Kriger WI  
HIS 402 Special approval: Independent Study for one student only, Spring 2005 Colleen Kriger WI  
HIS 430 Historical Methods for Social Studies Any instructor WI  
HIS 508 Latin America: Topics Mary Floyd WI  
HIS 511 Seminar in Historical Research and Writing Any instructor WI  
HIS 511 A,B,C Senior Research Capstone Any instructor (Schleunes)   SI
HIS/ECO 518 American Economic History Any instructor   SI
HIS 518 American Economic History 1865-present (crosslisted with ECO 518 Ken Snowden WI  

Human Development and Family Studies (HDF)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
HDF 350 Birth Through Kindergarten Education: Professional Seminar Any instructor (Payne)   SI
HDF 360 Birth Through Kindergarten Education: Prof. Sem. II Any instructor (Payne)   SI
HDF 445 Current Family Theory and Research Any instructor WI  
HDF 455 Current Developmental Theory and Research Any instructor WI  
HDF 470 Leadership in the Field of Early Care and Education Any instructor   SI
HDF 475 Research Methods in HDFS Any instructor WI  
HDF 477 Professional Orientation to Business and Community Service Any instructor (Shoffner)   SI
HDF 482 Adm. Of Dependent Care Programs Scott-Little, Sharon Mims   SI

Integrated Studies Lab (ISL)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
ISL 101 Collaboration, Communication, Inquiry Dale Schunk   SI

Interior Architecture (IAR)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
IAR 201 Environmental Design III Any instructor (Lambeth)   SI
IAR 202 Basic Environmental Design IV Any instructor WI  
IAR 501 Advanced Interior Design Any instructor WI  
IAR 560 Advanced Computer-Aided design and Research Seminar Any instructor WI  

International and Global Studies (IGS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
IGS 200 Introduction to International and Global Studies Roberto Campo, Stephen Flynn WI  
IGS 233A History of Africa (cross listed with HIS 204) Colleen Kriger WI  
IGS 233A History of Africa since 1870 (cross listed with HIS 204) Colleen Kriger   SI
IGS 333 Post-Soviet Societies (cross listed as SOC 300) Julie Brown WI  
IGS 333 African Political Systems (cross listed w/PSC 391)   WI  
IGS 333 Internat. Law and Organizations (cross listed w/PSC 341) Robert Griffiths WI  
IGS 333 Religion and Society (cross listed w/Rel 323) Charlie Orzech WI  
IGS 333 Religions of Japan (cross listed w/Rel 367) Charlie Orzech WI  
IGS 333 Russian Politics (cross listed w/ PSC 355K) William Crowther WI  
IGS 333 Selected Topics: Eastern European Politics (cross listed w/ PSC 361) William Crowther WI  
IGS 333 International Law and Organization (cross listed w/ PSC 341) Robert Griffiths   SI
IGS 333 Selected Topics in Spanish Conversation (cross listed w/SPA 311) Veronica Grossi   SI
IGS 333B Selected Topics: Religion of China (cross listed w/ REL 366) Charlie Orzech WI  
IGS 338 Ethics + International Affairs (cross listed with PHI 338) David Lefkowitz WI  
IGS 400 Capstone Seminar in International and Global Studies Any instructor   SI
IGS 400 Capstone Seminar in International and Global Studies Any instructor WI  
IGS 400 Asia in the Modern World Susan Walcott   SI
IGS 400 Russia in the Global Context Jeff Jones, Bill Crowther   SI
IGS 400 Seminar (Contemplating Human Rights Through Asian Literature, Film, & Religion) Gregory Grieve and Alexandra Schultheis   SI
IGS 400 Seminar in IGS: Contemplating Human Rights Through Asian Literature, Film and Religion Gregory P. Grieve, Ali Schulteis WI  
IGS 400 Global Commons (cross listed w/ PSC 493) Susan Buck WI  

Japanese (JNS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
JNS 204 Intermediate Japanese II Takagi WI  
JNS 204 Intermediate Japanese II Takagi   SI
JNS 220 Modern Japan Takagi   SI
JNS 230 Japanese Cultural Topics:Women in Japanese Literature and Film Takagi   SI
JNS 305 Topics in Japanese Culture Takagi   SI

Kinesiology (KIN)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
KIN 220 Physical Fitness for Life Pam Kocher-Brown WI  
KIN 285 Motor Development Any instructor WI  
KIN 351 History of Sport and Physical Education Any instructor WI  
KIN 375 Physiology of Sport and Physical Activity Any instructor WI  
KIN 379 Exercise Instruction Any instructor (Stoudemire)   SI
KIN 386 Motor Development and Learning Kathleen Williams, Kurt Kornatz WI  
KIN 455,456,457 Teaching Practica Any instructor   SI
KIN 461 Student Teaching and Seminar in Physical Education Any instructor WI  
KIN 462 Student Teaching and Seminar in Physical Education Any instructor   SI
KIN 464 Administration of Physical Education and Sport Mary Lou Veal WI  

Latin (LAT)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
LAT 101/102 Elementary Latin Any instructor WI  
LAT 203 Intermediate Latin I Any instructor WI  
LAT 204 Intermediate Latin II Any instructor WI  
LAT 303 Roman Drama Hugh Parker   SI
LAT 302 Roman Letters and Men of Letters Jonathan Zarecki   SI
LAT 402 Ovid Hugh Parker and others   SI

Learning Community Courses (LCC)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
LCC 101 Foundations for Learning Any instructor   SI

Linguistics (LIN)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
LIN 111 Introduction to Linguistics (cross listed as ENG 111) Evelyn Doman WI  
LIN 262 Sociolinguistics (cross listed as ENG 262) Any instructor WI  
LIN 262 Sociolinguistics Myers, Salisbury   SI
LIN 302 Second Language Acquisition (cross listed as ENG 302) Evelyn Doman WI  
LIN 336 Language Change (cross listed as CCI 336) Dave Wharton WI  

Lloyd International Honors College (HSS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
HSS 101/202 Meaning and Memory in American Popular Music Benjamin Filene WI  
HSS 105 First Year Fine Art Robert Hansen WI  
HSS 105 Creativity and Response Larry Lavender   SI
HSS 105 Singing the American Dream Robert Hansen   SI
HSS 105 First Year Fine Art Robert Hansen   SI
HSS 107 King Arthur Jennifer Whitaker   SI
HSS 107 Language and Poetry Walter Beale   SI
HSS 108 Personal and Political Intersections Beth Walker WI  
HSS 108/208 Life Behind Bars: US Contemporary Prisons Jenifer Hamil-Luker WI  
HSS 116 (formerly HSS 106) Non-Western Religion: Buddhism (Cross listed with REL 221) Any instructor WI  
HSS 202 Victorian Couples Pam McRae WI  
HSS 202 Southern Debate Over Slavery Loren Schweninger WI  
HSS 202 Evidence and Arguments Ken Caneva WI  
HSS 202 World War I Keith Cushman WI  
HSS 203 Recombinant DNA Rob Cannon WI  
HSS 203 Space Exploration Steve Danford WI  
HSS 204 Campus Natural History Bob O'Hara WI  
HSS 205 American Musical & Social/Intercultural Conflict Deb Bell WI  
HSS 205 The Beholder's Share George Dimock WI  
HSS 205 Wild Ideas About Art Larry Lavender WI  
HSS 205 Literary and Visual Representations of the New World from the 16th to 20th Centuries Grossi   SI
HSS 205 Writing About Art: Creativity and Response Larry Lavender   SI
HSS 206 Arguing about God John Wowell WI  
HSS 206 Ecological Revolutions Charlie Headington WI  
HSS 206 Evidence and Arguments Ken Caneva WI  
HSS 206 The Explanation of Everything Jarrett Leplin WI  
HSS 206 Gender and Science Ken Caneva WI  
HSS 206 Global Justice David Lefkowitz WI  
HSS 206 Philosophy of the U.S. Constitution (crosslisted with PHI 353) Josh Hoffman WI  
HSS 206 Punishment, Responsibility and Freedom Michael Zimmerman WI  
HSS 206 Radical Notions: Conceptualizing Feminist Philosophy Angela Bolte WI  
HSS 206 Scientific Lives Bob O'Hara WI  
HSS 207 Answering Literature ( cross-listed with ENG 341) Laurie White WI  
HSS 207 Composed Selves: Women as Artists (crossed w/ WMS 450 & RCO 281) Fran Arndt WI  
HSS 207 Detective Fiction (cross-listed with RCO 222) Fran Arndt WI  
HSS 207 The Faust Legend Joe Rosenblum WI  
HSS 207 The Hedgehog and the Fox Joe Rosenblum WI  
HSS 207 The Hero in World Literature Joe Rosenblum WI  
HSS 207 King Arthur Revisited: The Present State of the Once and Future King Jennifer Whitaker   SI
HSS 207 The Play is the Thing Keith Cushman WI  
HSS 207 Themes in Literature (crossed with ENG 341) Tom Kirby-Smith WI  
HSS 207 Victorian Couples Pam McRae WI  
HSS 207 Women Writers and Religion Hope Hodgkins WI  
HSS 208/108 Life Behind Bars: US Contemporary Prisons J. Hamil-Luker WI  
HSS 208 Race and Ethnicity in Ancient Northern Africa John Starks WI  
HSS 208 Melancholy Children Laurie White, Jonathan Tudge WI  
HSS 215 The Mask Maker's Sacred Quest Deb Bell WI  
HSS 215 The Mask as Global Art Form Deb Bell WI  
HSS 215 The Mask as a Global Art Bell   SI
HSS 215 The Mask Maker's Sacred Quest Bell   SI
HSS 224 Seminar is Life Science. Plagues: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Janne Cannon WI  
HSS 227 American Women Writers Karen Kilcup WI  
HSS 227 American Women, At Home and Abroad Karen Kilcup WI  
HSS 228 The Internet & Global Society and Culture Seung-Hyun Lee WI  
HSS 330 Independent Study for one student Powers   SI

Management (MGT)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
MGT 309 Business Communication Any instructor WI  
MGT 309 Business Communications Any instructor (Kaiser)   SI

Mathematics (MAT)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
MAT 311 Modern Algebra Bruce Landman, Igor Erovenko, Theresa Vaughan WI  
MAT 395 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis Jerry Vaughan WI  
MAT 490 Sr. Seminar in Mathematics Fabiano, Duvall, Sebastian Pauli   SI

Media Studies (MST)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
MST/ENT 320 Multimedia for Social Entrepreneurship & Civic Engagement Seung-Hyun Lee WI SI
MST 326 News Analysis Any instructor (Edwards)   SI
MST 330 Cult Films William Dodson WI  
MST 361 Radio and Television Announcing Donaldson   SI
MST 407 Media Law and Ethics Any instructor   SI
MST 528 Studies in Media Genres: The Ghost Film Edwards   SI
MST 204 Introduction to Media Writing Any instructor WI  
MST 205 Film/Television Criticism Any instructor WI  
MST 222 The Internet and Global Society and Culture Seung-Hyun Lee WI  
MST 252 Creative Process in Film Video Anthony Fragola WI  
MST 301 Media Communication Theory Any instructor WI  
MST 305 The Development of Digital Media Seung-Hyun Lee WI  
MST 320/ENT 320 Multimedia for Social Entrepreneurship & Civic Engagement Seung-Hyun Lee WI  
MST 325 Gender and Media Culture Emily Edwards WI  
MST 341 Broadcast News Writing Anne Boozell, Brad Jones WI  
MST 343 Broadcast Copywriting Emily Edwards WI  
MST 350 Writing for the Screen Any instructor WI  
MST 407 Media Law and Ethics Any instructor WI  
MST 440 Online Journalism Seung-Hyun Lee WI  
MST 443 Writing the Nonfiction Program Emily Edwards WI  
MST 515 Film Theory Michael Frierson WI  
MST 550 Feature Film Script Analysis Emily Edwards WI  
MST 551 Writing the Feature Film I Matthew Barr, Anthony Fragola WI  
MST 552 Writing the Feature Film II Matthew Barr, Anthony Fragola WI  
MST 553 Writing for Television Emily Edwards, Franklin Donaldson WI  
MST 255 Special Approval: One student in Fall 2004 Chad Phillips WI  

Music (MUS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
MUS 261 Foundations of Teaching for Musical Understanding McKoy   SI
MUS 333 History of Western Music III (19th & 20th cent.) Any instructor WI  
MUS 367A General Music in Elementary Schools Any instructor (McKoy)   SI
MUS 367B Foundations of Teaching Instr. Music Any instructor (Stewart)   SI
MUS 461 General Music in Elementary Schools Constance McKoy WI  
MUS 464 Teaching Choral/General Music in High School Brett Nolker WI  
MUS 465 Student Teaching in Music Any instructor (Kohlenberg)   SI
MUS 467 Instrumental Music in Schools Jennifer Walter WI  

Music Performance (MUP)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
MUP 402 Entrepreneurship in Music Any instructor WI SI

Nursing (NUR)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
NUR 370 Concepts in Professional Nursing Any instructor WI  
NUR 425 Nursing Practicum I Any instructor WI  
NUR 440 Nursing Practicum II Any instructor (Sandoval)   SI
NUR 472 Nursing Leadership and Management Any instructor (McNeal)   SI
NUR 492 Independent Study Anita Tesh WI  

Nutrition (NTR)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
NTR 302 Nutrition Education and Application Process Any instructor WI  
NTR 302 Nutrition Education and Application Processes Any instructor   SI
NTR 419 Nutrition and Food Service Systems Any instructor (Lengyel)   SI
NTR 534 Nutrition and Human Metabolism Lab Any instructor WI  
NTR 560 Advanced Nutrition Any instructor (Fuller)   SI

Philosophy (PHI)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
PHI 111 Introduction to Philosophy Jarrett Leplin, Gary Rosenkrantz, Janine Jones WI  
PHI 115 Practical Reasoning John King, Rick Gallimore, Jarrett Leplin WI  
PHI 119 Introduction to Ethics Michael Zimmerman WI  
PHI 121 Contemporary Moral Problems Any instructor WI  
PHI 220 Medical Ethics Terrance McConnell WI  
PHI 252 History of Modern Philosophy Joshua Hoffman WI  
PHI 301 Kant to Hegel (Cross listed with GER 306) Arndt Niebisch WI  
PHI 301 Philosophy of Race and Gender Janine Jones WI  
PHI 301 Reality and Science Fiction Barbara Hands WI SI
PHI 301 Topics--Ethics and Biotechnology Terrance McConnell WI  
PHI 301 Topics in Philosophy Michael Zimmerman WI  
PHI 319 Knowledge, Truth, and Belief John King, Richard Gallimore, Jarrett Leplin WI  
PHI 321 Ethical Theory Heather Gert, Michael Zimmerman WI  
PHI 325 Introduction to the Philosophy of Science John King, Jarrett Leplin WI  
PHI 331 Social and Political Philosophy Stuart Rennie, Wade Maki WI  
PHI 335 Philosophy of Law Michael Zimmerman, David Lefkowitz WI  
PHI 336 Philosophy of Crime + Punishment David Lefkowitz WI  
PHI 338 Ethics + International Affairs (cross listed w/ IGS 333) David Lefkowitz WI  
PHI 351 Major Philosopher: Hume Terrance McConnell WI  
PHI 353 Major Philosophies John King, Jarrett Leplin, Terrance McConnell, Richard Gallimore WI  
PHI 353 Philos. Of U.S. Constitution, cross listed as HSS 206 Josh Hoffman WI  
PHI 357 Metaphysics Gary Rosenkrantz, Joshua Hoffman WI  
PHI 494 Senior Capstone Course Any instructor WI  
PHI 494 Senior Philosophy Capstone Course Any instructor (Rosencrantz)   SI
PHI 525 Philosophy of Physical Science John King WI  
PHI 545 Social Philosophy Terrance McConnell WI  
PHI 555 Epistemology John King, Jarrett Leplin WI  
PHI 559 Philosophy of Mind John King WI  

Physics (PHY)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
PHY 211A General Physics I Jerry Meisner WI  
PHY 212A General Physics II Jerry Meisner WI  
PHY 321L Modern Physics Lab Any instructor WI  
PHY 323L Classical Physics Lab Any instructor WI  
PHY 325L Electricity and Magnetism Lab Any instructor WI  
PHY 401 Physics Senior Seminar Any instructor   SI
PHY 419 Advanced Laboratory Any instructor WI  

Political Science (PSC)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
PSC 100 American Politics Susan Buck, A. Leigh Sink, Charles, Prysby, Susan Johnson WI  
PSC 100 Introduction to American Government Elizabeth McNamara WI  
PSC 210 Introduction to Public Policy Colbert, McAvoy   SI
PSC 260 Introduction to Comparative Politics William Crowther WI  
PSC 270 Introduction to Political Theory Carisa Showden WI  
PSC 300 Applied Policy Evaluation Greg McAvoy WI  
PSC 300 Contemporary Political Theory Greg Knehans WI  
PSC 300 Special Topics Prysby   SI
PSC 300 Civic Engagement and Political Participation Darlene Rodriguez   SI
PSC 302 Applied Program Evaluation Gregory McAvoy   SI
PSC 312 Environmental Law and Policy (cross listed as ENV 312) Susan Buck WI  
PSC 313 Natural Resources Law and Policy Susan Buck WI  
PSC 314 Wildlife Law and Policy (cross listed as ENV 314) Susan Buck WI  
PSC 322 American State Politics Thom Little, Jennifer Anderson Purvis WI  
PSC 326 Elections, Law, and the Courts Prysby   SI
PSC 327 American Political Parties Charles Prysby WI  
PSC 329 American Political Movements McAvoy   SI
PSC 332 Elections and Voting Charles Prysby WI  
PSC 340 International Politics Robert Griffiths WI  
PSC 341 International Law and Organizations (cross listed w/ IGS 333) Robert Griffiths WI  
PSC 341 International Law and Organizations Griffiths   SI
PSC 342 American Foreign Policy David Meyers, Jerry Pubantz WI  
PSC 343 Foreign Policy of the Major Powers Meyers   SI
PSC 350 Democratic Political Systems William Crowther, Fabrice Lehoucq WI  
PSC 352 Nationalism and Ethnic Politics William Crowther WI  
PSC 352 Nationalism and Ethnic Politics William Crowther   SI
PSC 354 Post-Conflict Politics Robert Griffiths   SI
PSC 355 The European Union William Crowther   SI
PSC 355 Russian Domestic Politics (cross listed w/ IGS 333) William Crowther WI  
PSC 355P.01 Politics of Latin America Fabrice Lehoucq WI  
PSC 361 Eastern European Politics (cross listed w/ IGS 333 William Crowther WI  
PSC 371 American Political Thought Carisa Showden   SI
PSC 391 African Political Systems (cross listed w/ IGS 333 Robert Griffiths WI  
PSC 399 Public Affairs Internship Johnson, Colbert, T. Tsukamoto, Klase   SI
PSC 493 Global Commons (cross listed w/ IGS 400 Susan Buck WI  

Portuguese (POR)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
POR 222 Introduction to Luso-Brazilian Literature Any instructor WI  
POR 233 Topics in Brazilian Culture and Civilization Any instructor WI  

Psychology (PSY)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
PSY 121H Introductory Psychology Robert Guttentag WI  
PSY 230 Biological Psychology Cheryl Logan WI  
PSY 311 (was 300) Research Methods Any instructor WI  
PSY 311 Research Methods in Psychology Any instructor   SI
PSY 401 Academic Writing in Psychology Any instructor WI  
PSY 433 Independent Study Any instructor (Logan)   SI
PSY 433 Research Experience in Psychology Any instructor WI  
PSY 435L Brain and Psychological Processes Walter Salinger WI  
PSY 438L Animal Behavior Tim Johnston WI  
PSY 438 Animal Behavior (crosslisted with BIO 439 Cheryl Logan WI  
PSY 442L Behavioral Approaches to Complex Human Behavior Tony DeCasper, Ruth Hurst, Rick Shull WI  
PSY 455L Personality and Social Development Any instructor WI  
PSY 456 Cognitive Development Stuart Marcovitch WI  
PSY 456L Cognitive Development Any instructor WI  
PSY 460L Group Processes John Seta WI  
PSY 461L Attitudes and Social Influences Paul Silvia WI  
PSY 470L Psychological Disorders of Childhood Any instructor WI  
PSY 471L Psychological Disorders in Adults Any instructor WI  
PSY 481L Cognition and Consciousness Any instructor WI  
PSY 483L Psychology of Thinking Edward Wisniewski WI  
PSY 493 Honors Independent Study Paul Silvia WI  
PSY 493 Honors Independent Study Silvia   SI
PSY 515 History and Systems of Psychology George F. Michel WI  

Recreation and Parks Management (RPM)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
RPM 251 Professional Preparation in Recreation, Parks and Tourism Any instructor WI  
RPM 418 Research and Evaluation in Recreation and Parks Dorwart, Buettner, Bedini, Stone, Byrd, Canziani, Schleien, others WI  
RPM 511 Senior Seminar in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Any instructor (King)   SI

Religion (REL)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
REL 109 Religion and Contemporary Culture Any instructor WI  
REL 111 Intro to Nonwestern Religion (cross-listed as RCO 213 Any instructor WI  
REL 202 Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures Maxine Grossman WI  
REL 202 Hebrew Bible Ellen Haskell WI  
REL 204 New Testament and Origins of Christianity Derek Krueger WI  
REL 207 Modern Problems of Belief Any instructor WI  
REL 210 Christianity to the Reformation Derek Krueger WI  
REL 212 Christianity from Reformation to Present Any instructor WI  
REL 221H Buddhism
(cross listed with HSS 116
Any instructor WI  
REL 223 Hinduism Greg Grieve WI  
REL 225 Islam John Sopper WI  
REL 226 Approaches to the Qur'an Any instructor WI  
REL 248 Comparative Religious Ethics Elizabeth Bucar WI  
REL 250 Religious Traditions and Care of the Earth David McDuffie WI  
REL 251 Religious Social Ethics: Family John Sopper, Elizabeth Bucar WI  
REL 251 Religious Social Ethics: The Qur'an Alyssa Gabbay WI  
REL 259 Philosophy of Religion William Hart WI  
REL 259 Philosophy of Religion Hart   SI
REL 298 Thinking About Religion Greg Grieve WI  
REL 301 History of Early Christianity Derek Krueger WI  
REL 303 Christianity in Byzantium Derek Krueger WI  
REL 305 Religion of Greco-Roman World Derek Krueger WI  
REL 309 Spirituality and Culture in the West Any instructor WI  
REL 310 Christ and the Construction of Gender Derek Krueger WI  
REL 311 Topics in Biblical Studies Marc Bregman WI  
REL 312 Judaism and the Construction of Gender Maxine Grossman, Ellen Haskell WI  
REL 313 Ancient Judaism: Dead Sea Scrolls Maxine Grossman WI  
REL 313 Topics in Ancient Judaism Gwynn Kessler, Marc Bregman WI  
REL 314 Saint and Society in the Middle Ages Derek Krueger WI  
REL 315 Religious Autobiography in the West John Sopper, Bill Hart WI  
REL 317 Islam and the Construction of Gender Elizabeth Bucar WI  
REL 318 Magic, Science and Religion Derek Krueger, Ben Ramsey, Greg Greive WI  
REL 318 Theories and Methods in the Study of Religion William Hart WI  
REL 226 Approaches to the Quran Any instructor WI  
REL 323 Religious Movements and Communities: Selected Topics (cross-listed w/ IGS 333) Any instructor WI  
REL 323 Religious Movements and Communities: :Islam's Mystical Tradition Any instructor WI  
REL 324 Philosophical Issues in Religion Henry Levinson, M. Grossman, D. Krueger, Charlie Orzech, Bill Magee, Ben Ramsey WI  
REL 324 Philosophical Issues in Religion Ben Ramsey   SI
REL 325 American Jewish Thought Jeffrey Haus WI  
REL 326 American Religious Thought I Henry Levinson WI  
REL 327 American Religious Thought II Henry Levinson WI  
REL 328 American Religious Thought III Henry Levinson WI  
REL 330 Major American Religious Thinkers Amy Lorion, Greg Grieve WI  
REL 332 Contemporary African American Religious Thought Bill Hart WI  
REL 332 Contemporary African American Religious Thought Bill Hart   SI
REL 333 Psychology and Religion Ben Ramsey WI  
REL 340 Major Modern Jewish Thinkers Henry Levinson WI  
REL 341 Topics in Jewish Thought Ellen Haskell WI  
REL 351 Religion in Traditional Societies Charles Headington, Greg Grieve WI  
REL 355 Religious Discourse of Civil Rights Bill Hart WI  
REL 355 The Religious Discourse of Civil Rights Bill Hart   SI
REL 356 Colonial Rites Bill Hart WI  
REL 365 Myth and Theory Charles Orzech, Greg Grieve WI  
REL 366 Religions of China (cross listed w/ IGS 333B Charlie Orzech WI  
REL 367 Topics in Japanese Religions (cross listed w/ IGS 333 Charles Orzech WI  
REL 368 Religion in South Asia: Religion in Nepal Any instructor WI  
REL 382 Topics in Christian Thought: God, Body and Sexual Orientation Gene Rogers WI  
REL 383 Seminar in a Major Christian Thinker Eugene Rogers WI  
REL 410 Senior Seminar Any instructor WI  
REL 410 Senior Seminar Any instructor   SI
REL 503 Topics in Religious Studies Any instructor WI  

Residential College (RCO)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
RCO 102 English Composition II (cross listed with ENG 102) Any instructor   SI
RCO 109 American Experience 1740-1890 Any instructor WI  
RCO 204 American Experience, 1740-1890 Any instructor WI  
RCO 204 Leadership Enhancement & Development Any instructor   SI
RCO 205 The Evolution of Peace and War: A Bio-Cultural View Michael Cauthen   SI
RCO 205 The Rhetoric of Adolescence in the American High School Film Will Dodson WI  
RCO 206 Animals and Ourselves in Art and Performance Larry Lavender WI  
RCO 203 Contemporary American Experience in Global Society Any instructor WI  
RCO 221 History and Development of Oratory Charles Nash WI  
RCO 221 Seminar in Pre-Modern History/Global Christine Flood   SI
RCO 222 Detective Fiction (cross listed as HSS 207) Fran Arndt WI  
RCO 222 Natural Disasters and Their Impact on the Modern World Mark Moser WI  
RCO 223 The Good Life:Living Well and Doing Well in a Global Context Ed Arrington WI  
RCO 244 Culture of the Pacific (cross listed w/ ATY 337) Tom Fitzgerald WI  
RCO 224 Introduction to Sociology Bill Markham WI  
RCO 224 The Literature of Peace Hephzibah Roskelly WI  
RCO 240 "I am someone Else" - Colonial & Colonized, Post Colonial & Post Colonized Matt McNees WI  
RCO 244 Spanish American Reform Revolution Mary Floyd WI  
RCO 255 Earth Science Jay Lennartson WI  
RCO 281 Composed Selves: Women as Artists (cross listed w/ HSS 205B & WMS 450) Fran Arndt WI  
RCO 302 Advanced Study Any instructor WI  
RCO 306 Exploration in Music and Nature Aaron Allen WI  

Retailing and Consumer Studies (RCS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
RCS 362 Integrated Marketing Communication Any instructor   SI

Russian (RUS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
RUS 301 Advanced Russian Conversation and Composition Any instructor (Ahern)   SI
RUS 203 Intermediate Russian Any instructor WI  
RUS 313 Russian Fiction and Film of the 1920's and 1930's Carrie Levesque WI  
RUS 314 Major Movements in Russian Literature Kathleen Ahern, Carrie Levesque WI  

Social Sciences (SSC)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
SSC 400 Senior Seminar in Social Sciences Any instructor WI  

Social Work (SWK)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
SWK 310 Social Policy and Social Services Any instructor   SI
SWK 310 Social Welfare Policy and Services Any instructor WI  
SWK 325 Research in Social Work Practice Any instructor WI  
SWK 351 Social Work 351: Professional Skills Any instructor (Hurd)   SI

Sociology (SOC)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Any instructor WI  
SOC 201 (On-line) Social Problems Any instructor WI  
SOC 227 Race and Ethnic Relations Paul Luebke WI  
SOC 230 Sociology of Friendship Rebecca Adams WI  
SOC 240 Introduction to Cultural Sociology Sarah Daynes, Kenneth Allan WI  
SOC 252 Sociology of Sport Paul Luebke WI  
SOC 290 Thinking Sociologically: Classical Theory Sarah Daynes, Kenneth Allen WI  
SOC 300 Post-Soviet Societies (cross-listed as IGS 333) Julie Brown WI  
SOC 301 Introduction to Methods and Research Any instructor WI  
SOC 302 Introduction to Data Analysis Fuller   SI
SOC 311 Reading Culture and Society Sarah Daynes, Sarah Wagner WI  
SOC 317 Criminal Justice Hunnicutt, Jenifer Hamil-Luker   SI
SOC 324 Criminology Hunnicutt, Jenifer Hamil-Luker   SI
SOC 325 Sociology of Work Organization William Markham WI  
SOC 332 Law and Society Saundra Westervelt WI  
SOC 335 Marriage and the Family Any instructor   SI
SOC 346 Population Problems Ben Judkins, Arielle Kuperberg WI  
SOC 361 Health and Society Julie Brown, Worth Lancaster, Steve Kroll-Smith WI  
SOC 362 Sociological Perspectives on Education Brown   SI
SOC 364 African American Social Thought Cureton   SI
SOC 365 Mass Communication and Public Opinion Paul Luebke WI  
SOC 366 Sociology of Religion Kenneth Allan WI  
SOC 370 Environmental Sociology Bill Markham WI  
SOC 371 Immigration,Ethnicity, and Race in Global Context Luebke   SI
SOC 372 Sociology of Leadership Fisher   SI
SOC 377 Disaster, Self and Society Steve Kroll-Smith WI  
SOC 380 Memory, Self and Society Steve Kross-Smith WI  
SOC 390 African-American Perspectives on Crime Cureton   SI
SOC 419 Gender, Crime and Deviance Hunnicutt   SI
SOC 420 Family Violence Saundra Westervelt WI  
SOC 425 Contemporary Gangs Steven Cureton WI  
SOC 429 Collective Violence and Non Violence in Global Perspective Hunnicutt   SI
SOC 430 Miscarriages of Justice Saundra Westervelt WI  
SOC 490 Seeing Society--Contemporary Theory Kenneth Allan, Sarah Daynes WI  

Spanish (SPA

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
SPA 222 Hispanic Masterpieces - English Translation Mark Smith-Soto, Veronica Grossi, Carmen Sotomayor WI  
SPA 233 Women in Non-Western Cultures/ Hispanic Culture and Civilizations Suarez   SI
SPA 311 Selected topics in Spanish Conversation (cross-listed w/ IGS 333) Any instructor   SI
SPA 312 Spanish Conversation Any instructor   SI
SPA 313 Conversation in a Spanish Speaking Country Any instructor   SI
SPA 315 Intermediate Spanish Composition Any instructor WI  
SPA 332 Spanish Civilization Carmen Sotomayor, Theresa Sears WI  
SPA 334 Introduction to Spanish-American Culture Juana Suarez WI  
SPA 351 Approaches to Hispanic Literature Laura Chesak, Veronica Grossi, Ana Hontanilla, Theresa Ann Sears, Carmen Sotomayor, Mark Smith-Soto, Ignacio Lopez, Claudia Cabello WI  
SPA 402 Spanish Literature I Mark Smith-Soto, Theresa Sears, Ignacio Lopez WI  
SPA 403 Spanish Literature II Carmen Sotomayor WI  
SPA 404 Spanish American Literature I Veronica Grossi, Laura Chesak WI  
SPA 405 Spanish American Literature II Any instructor WI  
SPA 411 Advanced Spanish Conversation Any instructor   SI
SPA 415 Advanced Composition and Conversation Any instructor WI  
SPA 416 Spanish Phonetics Mariche Garcia-Bayonas   SI
SPA 499 Internship in Spanish Any Instructor   SI
SPA 504 Topics in Spanish American Literature Mark Smith-Soto WI  

Specialized Education Services (SES)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
SES 243 History and Psychology of the Deaf Edgar Shroyer WI  
SES 252 Survey of LD and BEH Disorders All sections WI  
SES 447 Service Delivery Systems and Role Management Any instructor (Kurtts)   SI
SES 486 Seminar + Practicum Glenda Torres WI  
SES 486 Seminar and Practicum Glenda Torres   SI

SES 578

Language Instruction Methods with Deaf Students

Mary Compton WI  
SES 578 Language Teaching methods with Deaf Students Compton   SI

Statistics (STA)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
STA 271/371 Introduction to Applied Statistics Grace Kissling WI  
STA 291 Statistical Methods Any instructor WI  
STA 573 Theory of Linear Regression Grace Kissling WI  
STA 574 Theory of the Analysis of Variables Grace Kissling WI  

Teacher Education (TED)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
TED 375 Internship II: Inquiry in Teaching and Learning All sections WI  
TED 400 Inquiry Seminar III: Inquiry in Teaching and Learning Any instructor (Levin)   SI
TED 551 English Methods Merritt   SI
TED 551 English Methods All sections WI  

Theater (THR)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
THR 100 Drama Appreciation Deb Bell, Jim Wren, Marc Williams WI  
THR 205 Development of American Musical Theatre Bob Hansen WI  
THR 231 Acting I Any instructor   SI
THR 232 Acting 2 Lorraine Shackelford WI  
THR 361 Costume Design Deb Bell WI  
THR 370 Lighting Design Wolf   SI
THR 380 Playwriting Any instructor WI  
THR 381 Oral Interpretation Any instructor (Sarra)   SI
THR 395 Special Problems: The Director in Theory James Fisher WI  
THR 410 Directing I Any instructor WI  
THR 480 Playwriting II Any instructor WI  
THR 500 Theatre History I Bob Hansen WI  
THR 501 Theatre History II Bob Hansen WI  
THR 502 Theatre History III Bob Hansen WI  
THR 503,504 Period Styles I and II Hansen, Deb Bell   SI
THR 510 Directing II Any instructor WI  

University Studies (UNS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
UNS 110 First Year Experience Any instructor (Kamphoff)   SI

Western Civilization (WCV)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
WCV 101 Western Civilization I Elizabeth Sommer, Mark Moser, Anne Barton, Paul Mazgaj, Laurinda de Beck WI  
WCV 102 Western Civilization II Mark Moser WI  

Women's and Gender Studies (WGS)

Course Number Course Title Instructor WI SI
WGS 250 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Edwards, Walker   SI
WGS 250 Introduction to WGS: American Women Deirdre Kearney, Emily Edwards WI  
WGS 333 Women in Developing Countries Karen Raley, Rose Sackeyfio WI  
WGS 333 Gendered Worlds Any instructor WI  
WGS 333 Women in Non-Western Cultures/Hispanic Culture and Civilizations Suarez, Guest   SI
WGS 350 Introduction to Feminist Theory Mary Ellis Gibson, Marilyn Lombardi WI  
WGS 450 Composed Selves: Women as Artists (crossed w/ HSS 205B and RCO 281) Fran Arndt WI  
WGS 450 Mothers & Daughters in German Literature (crossed w/ GER 305) Karin Baumgartner WI  
WGS 450 Seminar in WGS (cross listed with REL 324) M. Grossman, D. Krueger WI  
WGS 450 Judaism & Construction of Gender (crosslisted w/ REL 312) Maxine Grossman WI  
WGS 490 Capstone Seminar Any instructor (DeGooyer   SI
WGS 490 Senior Capstone Course Any instructor WI