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Descriptions of Undergraduate
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The schedule includes all Arts & Sciences and Engineering Courses expected to be offered in the semester and is based upon information received from the departments. Course offerings are available at ISIS-Self Service.

1. The course number includes both a departmental and course indicator. The number preceding the decimal identifies the department offering the course:

ZANVYL KRIEGER SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES: Spring 2014

Africana Studies

362

Anthropology

070

Art

370

Behavioral Biology

290

Biology

020

Biophysics

250

Center for Language Education

370, 373, 375,
377-384

Chemistry

030

Classics

040

Cognitive Science

050

Earth & Planetary Science

270

East Asian Studies

310

Economics

180

English

060

Film and Media Studies

061

German & Romance Languages & Literatures

210-215

     French 
     German 

     Italian

 

     Spanish

 

     Portuguese

 

History

100

History of Art

010

History of Science and Technology

140

Humanities Center

300

Interdepartmental

360

Jewish Studies Program

193

Latin American Studies Program

361

Mathematics

110

Military Science

374

Museums & Society Programs

389

Music

376

Near Eastern Studies

130-134

Neuroscience

080

Philosophy

150

Physics & Astronomy

170-173

Political Science

190-192

Psychological & Brain Sciences

200

Public Health Studies

280

Public Policy

195

Sociology

230

Theatre Arts and Studies

225

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

363

Writing Seminars

220


GWC WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING: Spring 2014

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

550

Biomedical Engineering

580

Center for Leadership Education660

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

540

Civil Engineering

560

Computer Science

600

Electrical & Computer Engineering

520

Engineering Management

662

Entrepreneurship & Management

660

General Engineering

500

Geography & Environmental Engineering

570

Information Security Institute

650

Institue for NanoBioTechnology

670

Materials Science & Engineering

510

Mechanical Engineering

530

Professional Communication

661



The number following the decimal identifies the specific course and has the following significance:

Undergraduate Level courses

100-299

Lower division courses

300-499

Upper division courses

500-599

Independent study, Internships or research type courses

 

Graduate Level courses

600-799

Courses normally offered for advanced degree programs. Open to undergraduate students only with permission of the instructor.

800-849

Graduate level independent study, dissertation, and research courses.


2. The code letter in parenthesis following each 100-499 course number identifies the broad area of study for the fulfillment of undergraduate distribution requirements

E - Engineering Science

H - Humanistic Studies

N - Natural Science

Q - Quantitative Studies

S - Social and Behavioral Sciences

W - Writing Intensive



3. The number in parentheses after each 100-499 course title indicates the undergraduate course credit for the term. Independent Study credits vary and are assigned by the faculty sponsor at the time of grading. Graduate level courses do not carry credits; therefore none are shown for courses ending in 600-849.

4. The instructor's name is indicated in italics following the course title and credits.

5. Prerequisites are usually listed in the schedule. It is best however, to check the AS/EN catalog for a more complete statement of any prerequisite requirements.

6. Meeting times are indicated whenever they are known. All classes meet for 50 minutes unless otherwise stated. TBA means the time of the course will be announced later. If the time does not appear before the first day of classes, please check with the department.

7. Classroom assignments are not made until just before the term begins. Once available, classroom assignments can be accessed at ISIS-Self Service.

BE SURE TO CONSULT THE UNDERGRADUATE MANUAL FOR REQUIREMENTS & LIMITATIONS.

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