Course Reserves

Course Instructor
AA S 108: Asian American Artistic Explorations: Creativity, Identity, and Community Nguyen
AA S 210: 7: History of Asians in the United States Wong
AA S 210: History of Asians in the United States Lee
AA S 213: 2: Asian Americans and American Ideals and Institutions Gonzales
AA S 216: 2: Introduction to Asian American Literature Kava
AA S 301: Asian Americans of Mixed Heritages Woodard
AA S 322: 1: Chinese American Language and Literature Hom
AA S 332: 1: Japanese American Art and Literature Obayashi
AA S 353: Filipina/o American Identities Pido
AA S 372: Vietnamese American Literature Pelaud
AA S 373: Vietnamese American Identities Nguyen
AA S 510: 1: Asian Americans in California Wong
AA S 512: 2: Asian American Children's/Adolescent Literature Dong
AA S 570: 1: Southeast Asians in the United States Lee
AA S 591: 1: Asian American Community Health Issues Le
AA S 595: Asian American Communities and Public Policy Jeung
AA S 884: Critical Asian American Educational Experience and Pedagogy Tintiangco
ACCT 100: 1: Introduction to Financial Accounting Luo
ACCT 100: 4: Introduction to Financial Accounting Li
ACCT 100: 6: Introduction to Financial Accounting Li
ACCT 100: Introduction to Financial Accounting Sopt
ACCT 301: 1: Intermediate Financial Accounting I Li
ACCT 301: 5: Intermediate Financial Accounting I He
ACCT 301: Intermediate Financial Accounting I Luo
ACCT 302: 2: Intermediate Financial Accounting II Chou
ACCT 302: Intermediate Financial Accounting II Hsieh
ACCT 800: Financial Accounting I Kim
AFRS 204: 1: Black Creative Arts Aaron
AFRS 240: Introduction to African American Theatre Davis
AFRS 400: Black Arts and Humanities Davis
AIS 150: 2: American Indian History in the United States Casselman
AIS 150: American Indian History in the United States Brandau
AIS 235: American Indians: Image and Issues in the Mass Media Brandau
AIS 310: American Indian Religion and Philosophy Gomez
AIS 320: 1: American Indian Music Perea
AIS 400: 2: American Indian Education Jolivette
AIS 420: Native Genders and Feminism Barker
AIS 701: Seminar in American Indian Studies Barker
AMST 310: The Arts and American Culture Connelly
ANTH 302: Foundations of Human Variation Griffin
ANTH 590: 1: Feminist Anthropology Tully
ANTH 609: Approaches to the African Past Morrison
ANTH 719: Research Skills: The Research Presentation Wilczak
ASTR 115: 1: Introduction to Astronomy Digel
ASTR 470: Observational Techniques in Astronomy Brewer
BECA 231: Audio Production Basics Shrivastava
BECA 350: 1: Media Performance I White
BECA 460: Industry of Broadcast News Wilson
BECA 640: Television and Video Production Planning Jacoby
BIOL 100: 7: Human Biology Harris
BIOL 525: Plant Physiology Simonin
BIOL 600: Animal Behavior Zink
BUS 216: 2: Foundations in Business Communications Garcia
BUS 216: Foundations in Business Communications Glanting
BUS 450: Greening of Business Yousef
BUS 780: Financial Accounting Van
C J 200: Construction of Crime and Justice Barganier
C J 435: 1: Race, Crime, and Justice Bell
C W 302: 2: Fundamentals of Creative Reading Galjour
C W 881: 2: M.F.A. Craft and Process Tutorial in Poetry (Topic: Open Work: The Long Poem) Hoover
C W 881: M.F.A. Craft and Process Tutorial in Poetry (Topic: Kinship and Community) Derobertis
CHEM 115: 1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHIN 827: Language Change and Dialectic Variation Li
CINE 202: Introduction to Filmmaking Green
CINE 211: Film History I Ramirez-Soto
CINE 212: Film History II Rutsky
CINE 335: Art of Cinematography Zhang
CINE 340: Critical Studies Bernardi
CINE 344: 1: Film Genre (Topic: Film Noir) Rutsky
CINE 345: Auteur Cinema (Topic: Director's Cinema) Mc Bride
CINE 428: Digital Cinematography Zhang
CINE 454: Writing Short Films Mc Bride
CINE 456: Feature Screenwriting I Hoxter
CINE 507: Topics in Film History (Topic: Film Dissent and Blacklisting) Mc Bride
CLAR 500: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt Anderson
CLAS 230: 2: Ancient Epic Tales Recht
CLAS 230: Ancient Epic Tales McIntosh
CLAS 260: Greek and Roman Mythology Smith
CLAS 415: Ancient Roman Literature McIntosh
COMM 120: Language, Culture, and Power Wolcott
COMM 450: Variable Topics in Rhetoric and Performance (Topic: Current Topics in Performance Studies) Abdi
COMM 725: Seminar in Sexualities and Communication Yep
COMM 744: Seminar in Environmental Communication Gordon
COUN 110: 1: Critically Thinking About Career Choice: Self, Community, Society, and the World Sneed
COUN 717: Professional Seminar II - Functional Elements in School Counseling Strear
COUN 738: Addictions Dempsey
COUN 741: Crisis Counseling for Counselors Thakore-Dunlap
COUN 794: 1: Seminar in Research Strear
COUN 850: Second Specialization Internship Kwan
COUN 860: Couple and Family Counseling II Dorrian
COUN 870: Professional Issues, Clinical Case Management and Systems of Care Fitzgerald
COUN 891: Case Studies and Internship Seminar Lee
COUN 892: Culminating Experience for Counselors Chronister
CSC 256: 2: Machine Structures Wang
CSC 256: Machine Structures Abdur
CSC 415: Operating System Principles Bierman
CSC 621: Biomedical Imaging and Analysis Okada
CSC 641: Computer Performance Evaluation Dujmovic
CSC 651: System Administration Abdur
CSC 656: Computer Organization Hsu
CSC 821: Biomedical Imaging and Analysis Okada
CSC 869: Data Mining Yang
CST 590: 1: Feminist Anthropology Tully
CWL 216: Telling Stories: How the World Writes "You" Calkins
CWL 250: 1: Fables and Tales Calkins
CWL 420: Studies in Comparative Literature (Topic: Modernism and Desire) Calkins
CWL 440: "Typical American": Narratives of Multiculturalism in the Americas from 1492 to the Present Johnson
CWL 815: Seminar: Topics in Critical Theory (Topic: Literary Value) 2084 Johnson
CWL 820: Topics in Comparative Literature (Topic: Medieval and Early Modern Encounters) Khanmohamadi
DES 360: Model Development Laboratory Porter
DES 475: Topics in Design (Topic: Contemporary Design Issues) Annetta
DS 212: 1: Business Statistics I Saltzman
E ED 610: 2: Classroom Assessment and Evaluation for Young Children Vanegas-Grimaud
E ED 645: Directed Experiences with Children Francis
E ED 704: Play and the Artistic Lives of Children Englehardt
E ED 717: Narrative Inquiry and Memoir in Early Childhood Education Escamilla Calan
E ED 777: Curriculum and Instruction in Science Sisk-Hilton
E ED 801: Practitioner Inquiry and Early Childhood Professional Development and Administration Meier
E ED 882: Literacy Instruction in K-12 Classrooms Matthews
ECON 101: 1: Introduction to Microeconomic Analysis Chernomaz
ECON 618: Economic Inference: Methods and Applications Chernomaz
ENG 250: 2: Topics in Literature and Culture (Topic: The Novel in English) Cannon
ENG 417: Academic Literacy and the Urban Adolescent Morris
ENG 460: 1: Literature in English to 1800 Christmas
ENG 461: 1: Literature in English Since 1800 Schoerke
ENG 490: Grant Writing Neu
ENG 554: Modern American Novel Cannon
ENG 581: Jane Austen Christmas
ENG 583: Shakespeare: Representative Plays Mylander
ENG 601: Literature and Psychology Green
ENG 614: Women in Literature: Authors and Characters (Topic: Women in Literature) Stec
ENG 636: 1: Greek and Roman Myth and Modern Literature Klironomos
ENG 640: 2: Global Texts and Practices (Topic: Post-Colonial Literature in English) Stec
ENG 655: 1: Literature and the Adolescent Reader Gilligan
ENG 690: 2: Senior Seminar (Topic: Charles Dickens) Hackenberg
ENG 700: Introduction to Composition Theory Soliday
ENG 744: Seminar: Literature and Psychology Green
ENG 760: 1: Seminar: Studies in American Literature 1600-1899 (Topic: Emily Dickinson and American Women Writers) Schoerke
ENG 790: 1: Seminar: Selected Studies (Topic: Narrative Worlds from Don Quixote to Fanfiction) Hackenberg
ENGR 429: Construction Management Bogdanic
ENGR 441: Fundamentals of Composite Materials Williams
ENGR 801: Engineering Management Shiller
ENVS 470: Climate Politics and Policy Fieldman
ENVS 690: 1: Senior Seminar in Environmental Studies Fieldman
ERTH 210: Physical Geology Horrigan
ERTH 365: 1: Extreme Weather in a Warming World Levey
ETHS 100: Introduction to Ethnic Studies Lara
ETHS 110: 1: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Mann
ETHS 110: 2: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Villegas
ETHS 110: 3: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Lara
FIN 303: 2: Accounting for Financial Analysis Shibuya
GEOG 445: Geopolitics and Globalization Guo
GEOG 644: Water Quality Nanus
GEOG 666: 1: Geography of Garbage: Recycling and Waste Reduction Blecha
GPS 315: 1: Introduction to Global Peace Studies Nutting
GPS 375: 1: Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. Nutting
GRN 765: Aging and Continuum of Care Takagi
HH 380: 1: Holistic Health: Western Perspectives Peper
HH 382: Holistic Health: Human Nature and Global Perspectives Burrows
HH 430: Biofeedback: Mind-Body Connection and Self-Regulation Peper
HIST 120: 1: History of the U.S. through Reconstruction Arrieta
HIST 120: 4: History of the U.S. through Reconstruction Horowitz
HIST 121: 1: History of the U.S. since Reconstruction Viator
HIST 278: 2: History of Latinos in the U.S. Acosta Elkan
HIST 300: 2: Seminar in Historical Analysis - GWAR Katz
HIST 300: 3: Seminar in Historical Analysis - GWAR Postel
HIST 322: The Roman Republic Campbell
HIST 334: The Renaissance Rodriguez
HIST 345: The Era of Globalization 1968-2008 Dagostino
HIST 366: Approaches to the African Past Morrison
HIST 376: History of Southeast Asia Elkind
HIST 381: 1: Islamic World II: 1500 - Present Behrooz
HIST 420: 1: American Colonial History Crabtree
HIST 468: 1: Women in U.S.: 1890-Present Katz
HIST 473: 1: Unfree Labor in Early America Sheppard Wolf
HIST 696: 1: Proseminar (Topic: Black Atlantic) Morrison
HIST 696: 2: Proseminar (Topic: The Black Death) Rodriguez
HIST 696: 3: Proseminar (Topic: North vs. South Before the U.S. Civil War) Sheppard Wolf
HIST 850: 1: Topics in World History Since 1500 (Topic: Power, Piety, and Pleasure in Ancient India) Chekuri
HTM 324: Historical and Contemporary Aspects of Food, Beverage, and Culture in America Shaw
HTM 515: Hospitality and Tourism Management Internship Walls
HTM 531: Hospitality Services Management Yang
HUM 303: 1: History and Culture Scott
HUM 320: Music, Ideas, and Culture Savage
HUM 345: Humanism and Mysticism Leonard
HUM 370: Humanism and Mysticism Scott
HUM 390: 1: Images of Eroticism Augsburg
HUM 402: Ancient Roman Literature McIntosh
HUM 425: 1: Thought and Image: Humanities Augsburg
HUM 485: The Arts and American Culture Connelly
I R 308: 1: Fundamentals of International Relations Theories, Issues, and Perspectives Whooley
I R 310: 1: U.S. Foreign Policy Banerjee
I R 315: 1: Introduction to Global Peace Studies Nutting
I R 322: Latin American Policy Analysis Darling
I R 325: Chinese Foreign Policy Byun
I R 411: East Asian Politics Guo
I R 416: 1: Ethnicity and Nationalism Volk
I R 445: Geopolitics and Globalization Guo
I R 550: 1: Senior Thesis in International Relations Skonieczny
I R 550: 2: Senior Thesis in International Relations Tsygankov
I R 728: 1: International Political Economy Mcafee
IBUS 430: Import-Export Management and Small Business Operations Furuse
IBUS 596: Doing Business in Japan Furuse
IBUS 676: Social Entrepreneurship in a Global Context Ungson
ISYS 350: Building Business Applications Abdur
ISYS 363: 1: Information Systems for Management Ciomek
ISYS 565: 2: Managing Enterprise Networks Abdur
ISYS 569: Information Systems for Business Process Management Chi
ISYS 812: Programming and Applications for Data Analytics Faddoul
ISYS 856: Enterprise Mobile Applications Jin
JAPN 101: First Semester Japanese Muranaka
JAPN 102: 2: Second Semester Japanese Kondo
JAPN 102: Second Semester Japanese Kosaka
JAPN 103: Third Semester Japanese Kondo
JOUR 304: 1: Cultural Diversity and News Media Cárdenas
JOUR 450: Publication Design and Graphics Garnier
KIN 257: Wellness, Fitness and the Global Perspective Hughes
KIN 312: Youth Development Instructional Analysis II Walsh
KIN 636: Neuromotor Control Processes Hughes
LABR 473: 1: Unfree Labor in Early America Sheppard Wolf
LS 200: 1: Introduction to Liberal Studies: Self, Place, and Inquiry Hennessy
LS 300: Perspectives on Liberal Studies - GWAR Taylor
LS 440: Mind, Body, and Culture de Barros
LTNS 210: 1: Latina/Latino Health Care Perspectives Castillo
LTNS 211: Latina/o Families Narrative Rico
LTNS 215: 1: Introduction to Latina/o Studies Castillo
LTNS 230: Introduction to Latina/o Literature Zamora
LTNS 265: Topics in Latina/o History Acosta Elkan
LTNS 276: Latina/o, U.S. Government, and Constitutional Ideals Davila
LTNS 278: 1: History of Latinos in the U.S. Acosta Elkan
LTNS 470: 1: Latina/o Immigration to the U.S. Carrillo
LTNS 640: Sociology of the Latino Experience Muniz
LTNS 660: 1: Latina/o Politics Carrillo
LTNS 680: Latina/o Community Organizing Muniz
M S 201: Introduction to the History and Development of Museums Jiménez
MGMT 850: Ethics and Compliance in Business Kleinrichert
MKTG 433: Personal Selling Mcdougal
MUS 601: Music for Children Hanna
NURS 794: Research and Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Baj
NUTR 353: 1: Foodservice Systems Management - GWAR Stimson
NUTR 453: 1: Nutrition in the Life Cycle Siu-Chan
P A 700: Foundations of Governance and Management Shea
P A 715: Policy Process and Civic Engagement Gen
P A 722: Performance Management and Planning Stowers
P A 724: Economic Perspectives Joaquin
P A 757: E-Government Stowers
P A 784: Intergovernmental Dynamics Joaquin
P A 890: Capstone Course in Public Administration Stowers
PH 455: Community Organizing and Community Building for Health Chavez
PHIL 303: 1: Modern Philosophy Landy
PHIL 315: 1: Introduction to Global Peace Studies Nutting
PHIL 320: Philosophical Analysis - GWAR Sudduth
PHIL 335: 1: Law and Society Kay
PHIL 350: Philosophy of Science Islami
PHIL 351: Philosophy of Risk Peschard
PHIL 355: Politics and Ethics of the Consumer Society Kassiola
PHIL 369: 1: Philosophical Issues in Sexuality Nutting
PHIL 375: 1: Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. Nutting
PHIL 380: 1: Philosophy of Law Nutting
PHIL 425: Existentialism Sudduth
PHIL 455: 1: Sex and the Law Nutting
PHIL 464: Philosophy and Film Kemtrup
PHIL 494: 1: Philosophy and Personal Development Tiwald
PHIL 509: The Buddhist Tradition Sudduth
PHIL 630: Philosophy of Language Kemtrup
PHIL 770: Seminar in a Classical Author (Topic: Hume and Shepherd) Landy
PHIL 772: Seminar in a Classical School (Topic: Daoism) Tiwald
PLSI 200: 5: Introduction to American Politics Kashani
PLSI 355: Politics and Ethics of the Consumer Society Kassiola
PLSI 407: 1: Politics of Russia Tsygankov
PLSI 408: Mexican Politics and Society Carrillo
PLSI 411: East Asian Politics Guo
PLSI 416: 1: Ethnicity and Nationalism Volk
PLSI 608: Senior Seminar in Political Theory (Topic: Political Theory of Authority) Martel
PLSI 780: Seminar in Political Theory Martel
PLSI 789: 1: Political Theories of Colonialism and Anti-Colonialism Gordy
PSY 305: 10: Writing in Psychology - GWAR (Topic: Law and the Death Penalty) Smith
PSY 305: 4: Writing in Psychology - GWAR (Topic: Mind and Body Connection) Terrell
PSY 450: Variations in Human Sexuality Carrington
PSY 451: 1: Theories of Personality Shrayber
PSY 531: Psycholinguistics Paap
PSY 724: Clinical Issues: Drugs, Brain, and Behavior Holley
PSY 728: Conference to Accompany Psychology Practicum Ihorn
PSY 742: Seminar in Survey Research Tate
PSY 770: Research Methods and Techniques Morsella
PSY 772: Applications of Multiple Regression to Psychological Research Tate
PSY 822: Clinical Methods: Marital and Family Systems Theory and Therapy Lewis
RPT 200: Foundations of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Viren
RPT 230: 1: Growth Through Adventure Thapar
RPT 520: 1: Parks and Outdoor Recreation Resources Kumli
RRS 100: Introduction to Ethnic Studies Lara
RRS 110: 1: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Lara
RRS 110: 19: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Damarto
RRS 110: 2: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Villegas
RRS 110: 4: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Mann
RRS 250: 1: Race, Ethnicity and Power in America Castillo
RRS 250: 2: Race, Ethnicity and Power in America Hagedorn
RRS 280: 1: Race, Gender, and Science Fiction Mann
RRS 473: 1: Unfree Labor in Early America Sheppard Wolf
RRS 625: Mixed Race Studies: A Comparative Focus Tanemura
S ED 300: Education and Society Kell
S ED 701: 1: Teaching for Equity in Secondary Schools Kell
S ED 769: 1: Curriculum and Instruction II (Topic: Curriculum and Instruction II: Mathematics) Baldinger
SCI 560: 1: Science Writing - GWAR Dyquisto
SLHS 756: Right Hemisphere Syndrome, TBI, Dementia in Communicative Disabilities Gray
SOC 272: 1: Social Inequality: Poverty, Wealth, and Privilege Moore
SOC 371: Contemporary Theories of Society Moore
SOC 400: Variations in Human Sexuality Carrington
SOC 477: Environmental Sociology Barbosa
SOC 500: 1: Senior Seminar (Topic: Class, Ethnicity & Gender: SOC at the Crossroads) Clay
SOC 500: 2: Senior Seminar (Topic: Money Image Culture: Soc Identity Mass Market Cap) Moore
SOC 640: Sociology of the Latino Experience Muniz
SPED 729: Student Teaching Workshop: Early Childhood Special Education Jacobson
SPED 738: Preschool Intervention Omahony
SPED 743: Issues in Augmentative and Alternative Communication Soto
SPED 753: Living Skills Assessment and Instruction for Learners with Visual Impairments
SPED 757: Visual Impairment: Special Populations
SPED 791: Nature of the Autism Spectrum
SPED 885: Advanced Topics in Special Education (Topic: Early Childhood Special Education)
SXS 369: 1: Philosophical Issues in Sexuality Nutting
SXS 400: Variations in Human Sexuality Carrington
SXS 440: Native Sexualities and Queer Discourse Kuhn
SXS 569: 1: Sex and the Law Nutting
SXS 702: 1: Sexuality in Historical Perspective Sueyoshi
USP 432: Urban Geography Guo
WGS 160: 1: Gender, Politics, and Citizenship Eng
WGS 200: 2: Introduction to Women and Gender Studies Tully
WGS 300: Gender, Race, and Nation - GWAR Alamilla Boyd
WGS 420: Native Genders and Feminism Barker
WGS 440: Native Sexualities and Queer Discourse Kuhn
WGS 562: History of African American Women White
WGS 595: 1: Feminist Anthropology Tully

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