Course Reserves

Course Instructor
A U 302: 3, 4, 5: Bay Area Culture Richardson
AA S 108: Asian American Artistic Explorations: Creativity, Identity, and Community Nguyen
AA S 210: 2: History of Asians in the United States Lee
AA S 210: 4: History of Asians in the United States Woo
AA S 211: Contemporary Asian Americans Donnell
AA S 213: 1, 2, 3: Asian Americans and American Ideals and Institutions Hom
AA S 216: 03: Introduction to Asian American Literature Obayashi
AA S 218: Asian American Culture Duller
AA S 301: Asian Americans of Mixed Heritages Woodard
AA S 370: Vietnamese in the United States Le
AA S 510: 2: Asian Americans in California Wong
AA S 510: Asian Americans in California Woo
AA S 512: Asian American Children's/Adolescent Literature Woo
AA S 516: Asian American Photographic Explorations Soe
AA S 584: 1, 2: Asian American Sexualities Lodia
AA S 585: Asian American Religiosities Lee
AA S 591: 2: Asian American Community Health Issues Bose
AAS 332: 01: Japanese American Art and Literature Obayashi
ACCT 100: 1, 3, 9, 10: Introduction to Financial Accounting He
ACCT 100: 2, 4: Introduction to Financial Accounting Luo
ACCT 100: 5, 6: Introduction to Financial Accounting Van
ACCT 100: 7, 8: Introduction to Financial Accounting Sopt
ACCT 301: 1: Intermediate Financial Accounting I Chou
ACCT 301: 2, 3: Intermediate Financial Accounting I Li
ACCT 302: 1: Intermediate Financial Accounting II Kim
ACCT 302: 2, 3: Intermediate Financial Accounting II Chou
ACCT 507: 1: Information Systems Auditing Lee
ACCT 780: Financial Accounting He
ADM 361: Apparel Design I: Flat Pattern Martin
ADM 362: 3, 4: Apparel Design II: Draping Martin
AFRS 204: 1: Black Creative Arts Aaron
AFRS 204: 2, 3: Black Creative Arts King
AFRS 208: 1: Introduction to African American History Caesar
AFRS 260: Power, Racism, and Africana Liberation Williams
AFRS 326: 1: Black Religion Woodfin
AFRS 326: 2: Black Religion Teal
AFRS 350: Black Indians in the Americas Collins
AFRS 370: 2: Health, Medicine, and Nutrition in the Black Community Jones
AFRS 400: 1, 2: Black Arts and Humanities Davis
AFRS 515: 1: Black Family Studies Wright
AFRS 678: 1: Urban Issues of Black Children and Youth Smith-Gray
AFRS 705: Seminar in Africana Studies Wright
AIS 150: 1, 2: American Indian History in the United States Casselman-Hontalas
AIS 150: 3: American Indian History in the United States Dougherty
AIS 205: 1, 2: American Indians and U.S. Laws Casselman-Hontalas
AIS 205: 3, 4: American Indians and U.S. Laws Dougherty
AIS 205: American Indians and U.S. Laws Madril
AIS 235: 1: American Indians: Image and Issues in the Mass Media Kuhn
AIS 235: 2: American Indians: Image and Issues in the Mass Media Brandau
AIS 300: American Indian Studies Research Methodologies Perea
AIS 320: American Indian Music Perea
AIS 350: Black Indians in the Americas Collins
AIS 420: Native Genders and Feminism Kuhn
AIS 440: Native Sexualities and Queer Discourse Kuhn
AMST 200: 1, 2, 4: Self, Place, and Knowing: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Inquiry Erickson
AMST 410: California Culture Sterba
ANTH 110: Introduction to Archaeology Reifschneider
ANTH 305GW: Writing Anthropology - GWAR Tully
ANTH 530: 1, 2: Human Osteology Practicum Norris
ANTH 730: Human Osteology Practicum Norris
ARTH 602: Art History Seminar (Topic: The Art and History of Monuments: Case Studies) Kavuri-Bauer
ASTR 115: 1, 2, 3, 4: Introduction to Astronomy McCarthy
BECA 201: Life on TV: A Critical View Cecil
BECA 231: 2, 3: Audio Production Basics Naidu
BECA 241: 4: TV Studio Basics Carpenter
BECA 301: Media Literacy in the Electronic Culture Clemens
BECA 423: Economic Aspects of Broadcasting and Electronic Media Cha
BECA 428: Electronic Media Management Cha
BECA 434: Introduction to Sound for Games Horowitz
BECA 460: Industry of Broadcast News Pulley
BECA 547: Video Editing II Antonich
BECA 590: 1: New Electronic Communication Technologies Cha
BIOL 100: 2, 8: Human Biology Murdock
BIOL 100: 5, 10: Human Biology Harris
BIOL 160: 1: Marine Biology Churches
BIOL 212: 1, 2: Principles of Human Physiology Dowdy
BIOL 220: 1, 2: Principles of Human Anatomy Benton
BIOL 318: Our Endangered Planet Lund
BIOL 327: AIDS: Biology of the Modern Epidemic Ingmire
BIOL 328: Human Anatomy Nusse, Gloria
BIOL 337: 2: Evolution Low
BIOL 350: 1: Cell Biology Chan
BIOL 357: Molecular Genetics Pasion
BIOL 620: Endocrinology Hosmane
BIOL 631GW: 1, 2: Animal Physiology Laboratory - GWAR Stillman
BUS 216: 1, 4: Foundations in Business Communications Dyquisto
BUS 300: 15, 29: Business Communication for Professionals - GWAR Clark
BUS 300: 4: Business Communication for Professionals - GWAR Glanting
BUS 450: 3: Greening of Business Yousef
BUS 682: 6, 7: Seminar on Business and Society Dunham
BUS 690: 6, 11, 12: Seminar in Business Policy and Strategic Management Jeong
BUS 690: 7: Seminar in Business Policy and Strategic Management Harris-Payne
BUS 857: Business Management, Ecology, and Environmental Leadership Lamont
BUS 859: Introduction to International Business Negotiation Baack
BUS 890: Strategic Management Bonner
C J 230: 5, 6: Crime, Data, and Analysis Dudley
C J 300: 9, 10, 11, 12: Criminal Justice: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective Tejada
C J 435: 1: Race, Crime, and Justice Bell
C J 450: 1, 2: Jails and Prisons Camacho
C J 470: Juvenile Justice Macallair
C J 501: 1: Criminal Law Viola
C J 502: 1, 2: Criminal Procedure Viola
C W 101: Introduction to Creative Writing Galjour
C W 302: Fundamentals of Creative Reading Dickison
C W 602: Playwriting Galjour
C W 882: M.F.A. Craft and Process Tutorial in Playwriting (Topic: Architectonics of Plays) Galjour
CHEM 115: G1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: H1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: J1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: K1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: L1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: M1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: N1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: P1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: Q1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 115: R1: General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry Choi
CHEM 130: 2: General Organic Chemistry Coleman
CHEM 180: Chemistry for the Energy and the Environment Lacy
CHEM 321: Quantitative Chemical Analysis Palmer
CHEM 335: 2: Organic Chemistry II Coleman
CHEM 879: Research Methods I Adelstein
CHIN 410: Building Chinese Media Literacy Tsao
CHIN 501: Introduction to Classical Chinese Egan
CINE 303GW: 1, 2: Writing About Cinema - GWAR Mc Bride
CINE 350: 1: The Art of Short Film - GWAR Geller
CINE 422: 01: Performing for the Screen Shaw
CINE 422: Performing for the Screen Shaw-Owens
CINE 424: Directing Actors Shaw-Owens
CINE 452: Screenwriting: Focus on Genre (Topic: Screenwriting: Focus on Horror) Shaw-Owens
CINE 454: 1: Writing Short Films (Topic: Writing Short Films) Mc Bride
CINE 454: 2: Writing Short Films (Topic: Writing Short Films) Shaw-Owens
CINE 456: Feature Screenwriting I Hoxter
CINE 612: 2: Directing Cinematic Style Shaw-Owens
CINE 701: Creative Process I Tiruchelvam
CLAS 230: Ancient Epic Tales Safran
COMM 120: 3: Language, Culture, and Power Wolcott
COMM 150: 17, 21: Fundamentals of Oral Communication Farris
COMM 527: Health Communication Koenig
COMM 557: Performance and Pedagogy of the Oppressed for Educators Erickson
COMM 566: Communication and Social Process Steele
COMM 760: 1: Seminar in Organizational Communication Gordon
COUN 110: 1: Critically Thinking About Career Choice: Self, Community, Society, and the World Romanoff
COUN 110: 2, 3: Critically Thinking About Career Choice: Self, Community, Society, and the World Sneed
COUN 690: Field of Counseling I Mitran
COUN 716: Professional Seminar I - Structural Elements in School Counseling Ortez-Galan
COUN 720: 1, 2: Career Counseling Balin
COUN 738: Addictions Dempsey
COUN 794: 2: Seminar in Research Strear
COUN 890: 2: Integrative Counseling and Internship Chronister
CSC 230: 1: Discrete Mathematical Structures for Computer Science Tomasevich
CSC 256: 1, 3: Machine Structures Abdur
CSC 256: 2: Machine Structures Wang
CSC 415: 1, 2, 3: Operating System Principles Bierman
CSC 615: UNIX Programming Bierman
CSC 656: Computer Organization Bethel
CSC 746: High-Performance Computing Bethel
CSC 869: Data Mining Yang
CSC 890: Graduate Seminar (Topic: Special Topics in Technology and Society) Bethel; Huang
CWL 180: 1, 2: Introduction to Videogames: A Comparative Perspective Weinberger
CWL 250: 1: Fables and Tales Calkins
CWL 400GW: 1: Approaches to Comparative and World Literature - GWAR Johnson
CWL 421: Celtic Literature Calkins
CWL 437: Holocaust and Literature Millet
DES 200: Visual Design Literacy Comacchio
DES 324GW: 1: Research and Writing for Design - GWAR Hussaini
DES 324GW: 2: Research and Writing for Design - GWAR Delshadi
DES 356: 3: A History of Design and Technology Porter
DES 360: Model Development Laboratory Porter
DES 800: 1: Seminar in Design Topics Gomes
DS 412: 2, 3: Operations Management Saltzman
DS 412: 8, 9: Operations Management Ozsen
DS 624: 1, 2: Quality Management De Martino
E ED 616: 1: Language and Literacy in Multilingual Early Childhood Education Settings Vanegas-Grimaud
E ED 645: Directed Experiences with Children Francis
E ED 708: Language and Literacy in the Early Years Meier
E ED 721: International Education in Early Childhood and Elementary Education Meier
E ED 777: 17: Curriculum and Instruction in Science Sisk-Hilton
E ED 782: 18: Teaching Reading and Language Arts: K-5 Escamilla Calan
E ED 784: 1, 2, 13, 14: Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics (CLAD Emphasis) Zavala
E ED 882: 1: Literacy Instruction in K-12 Classrooms Matthews
ECON 301: 1, 2: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory Hu
ECON 302: 1, 2: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory Janko
ECON 612: 1: International Finance and Macroeconomics Janko
EDDL 961: American Education Leadership Hill
ENG 104: 13, 39, 44: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Stretch I Wong
ENG 104: 17, 29, 43, 57: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Stretch I Miller
ENG 104: 31, 32, 33, 65: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Stretch I Schriner Kellogg
ENG 104: 36, 37, 38: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Stretch I Borland
ENG 104: 5, 7, 9 : Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Stretch I Meyerowitz
ENG 104: 87: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Stretch I Buckley
ENG 114: 20, 23, 25, 32: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Coopman
ENG 114: 26: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Buckley
ENG 114: 30: Writing the First Year: Finding Your Voice Lugo
ENG 209: 1: Writing the First Year: Global Perspectives of Multilingual Speakers Hilbert
ENG 215: Second Year Composition: Multilingual Warden
ENG 216: 11: Cultivating Curiosity: Explore Your World, Your Identity, and Your Future Clark
ENG 216: 13: Cultivating Curiosity: Explore Your World, Your Identity, and Your Future Stec
ENG 217: 2, 3: Multilingual Voices: Bridging the Distance with Our Stories Warden
ENG 218: Literature Is Not A Luxury: Writing For Self and Community Cannon
ENG 250: 3: Topics in Literature and Culture (Topic: Popular Drama and Social Critique) Paulson
ENG 460: Literature in English to 1800 Christmas
ENG 461: 2: Literature in English Since 1800 Stec
ENG 480GW: 2: Writing in English: GWAR Seminar Soliday
ENG 490: Grant Writing Neu
ENG 528: American Literature: 1914-1960 Hanley
ENG 533: Holocaust and Literature Millet
ENG 581: Jane Austen Christmas
ENG 583: Shakespeare: Representative Plays Mylander
ENG 600: Theory of Literature Green
ENG 612: Serial Narrative Hackenberg
ENG 615: Imagery, Metaphor, and Symbol Schoerke
ENG 655: Literature and the Adolescent Reader Gilligan
ENG 690: Senior Seminar (Topic: Emily Dickinson: Serial Poet) Schoerke
ENG 707: 01: Topics in Language Analysis (Topic: Advanced Pedagogical Grammar for TESOL) Olsher
ENG 713: Seminar in Curriculum and Instruction in English I Gilligan
ENG 741: Seminar: Literary Theory and Research Methods Green
ENG 742: Seminar: Studies in Criticism (Topic: Modern Criticism) Kwok
ENG 790: 1: Seminar: Selected Studies (Topic: American Autobiography) Cannon
ENG 790: 2: Seminar: Selected Studies (Topic: Narrative Worlds from Don Quixote to Fanfiction) Hackenberg
ENGR 203: Materials of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Hajiaboli
ENGR 441: Fundamentals of Composite Materials Williams
ENGR 442: Operational Amplifier Systems Design Jiang
ENGR 463: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: Thermal Power Systems Codron
ENGR 467: 1: Heat Transfer Cheng
ENGR 469: Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems Ganji
ENGR 476: 1, 2, 3, 4: Computer Communications Networks Shahnasser
ENVS 331: Global Environmental Crisis Rosenmoss
ENVS 470: Climate Politics and Policy Fieldman
ENVS 690: Senior Seminar in Environmental Studies Fieldman
ERTH 115: 1, 2: History of Life Horrigan
ERTH 310: 8: The Violent Earth Danfoura
ERTH 365: Extreme Weather in a Warming World Levey
ETHS 110: 12: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Garcia-Fraire
ETHS 110: 17, 18: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Robles
ETHS 110: 3, 4: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Mann
ETHS 110: 6: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Lara
ETHS 300GW: Writing in Ethnic Studies - GWAR Tejada
FIN 365: Real Estate Principles Mattes
FIN 819: Financial Analysis and Management Balkanska
GEOG 433: 1, 2: Urban Transportation Henderson
GEOG 658: 1, 2: Land-Use Planning Henderson
GEOG 666: 1, 2: Geography of Garbage: Recycling and Waste Reduction Blecha
GPS 315: Introduction to Global Peace Studies Nutting
GPS 375: Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. Nutting
GRE 101: Elementary Ancient Greek Pappas
HH 200: 1, 2, 3: Holistic Approach to Academic Success Burke
HH 380: 1, 2: Holistic Health: Western Perspectives Peper
HH 382: Holistic Health: Human Nature and Global Perspectives Burrows
HH 430: 1, 2: Biofeedback: Mind-Body Connection and Self-Regulation Peper
HH 450: Somatics: Body Awareness, Movement, and Well-being Shafarman
HIST 114: 1, 2: World History to 1500 Arrieta
HIST 115: 1, 2: World History Since 1500 Behrooz
HIST 120: 1: History of the U.S. through Reconstruction Sheppard Wolf
HIST 120: 2, 4: History of the U.S. through Reconstruction Arrieta
HIST 120: 3: History of the U.S. through Reconstruction Crabtree
HIST 130: U.S. History for International Students Arrieta
HIST 278: 1, 2: History of Latinos in the U.S. Acosta Elkan
HIST 300GW: 1: Seminar in Historical Analysis - GWAR Campbell
HIST 300GW: 3: Seminar in Historical Analysis - GWAR Harris
HIST 322: The Roman Republic Campbell
HIST 331: 1: The High Middle Ages Rodriguez
HIST 340: Saints, Demons, and Popular Beliefs in Medieval Europe Rodriguez
HIST 344: Society, Culture, and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Europe Curtis
HIST 380: Islamic World I: 500-1500 Behrooz
HIST 422: The American Revolution Sheppard Wolf
HIST 450: 1: History of California Viator
HIST 450: 2: History of California Sigmon
HIST 461: The United States and the World after 1913 Elkind
HIST 470: The U.S. Constitution to 1896 Stein
HIST 471: 1, 2: The U.S. Constitution since 1877 Englander
HIST 474: 01: History of Labor in the United States Postel
HIST 696: Proseminar (Topic: American Conservatism) Postel
HIST 700: 1: History as a Field of Knowledge Sheppard Wolf
HIST 710: Seminar in Ancient and Medieval History (Topic: Imperial Collapse: Rome and Beyond) Campbell
HIST 730: Seminar in Early Modern European History (Topic: The Old Regime and the French Revolution) Curtis
HTM 301: 1, 2, 3, 4: Food Science and Production Castillo Ortiz
HTM 301: 5, 6, 7, 8: Food Science and Production Shaw
HTM 324: 1: Historical and Contemporary Aspects of Food, Beverage, and Culture in America Ergul
HTM 421: 1: Food, Wine, and Culture in California Yang
HTM 421: 2: Food, Wine, and Culture in California Shaw
HTM 515: Hospitality and Tourism Management Internship Walls
HTM 531: Hospitality Services Management Yang
HTM 560: 1, 2: Hospitality Human Resource Management Roe
HTM 590: Integrated Seminar in Hospitality and Tourism Management Ferns
HUM 300GW: Junior Seminar Humanities Writing - GWAR Ruotolo
HUM 303: History and Culture Scott
HUM 320: 1, 2: Music, Ideas, and Culture Savage
HUM 340: 3, 4, 5: Bay Area Culture Richardson
HUM 376: 01: San Francisco Sterba
HUM 380: Nature and Human Values Hennessy
HUM 404: The High Middle Ages Rodriguez
HUM 415: Contemporary Culture Garcia-Moreno
HUM 450: California Culture Sterba
I R 259: Children and Youth in International Relations Ellis
I R 315: Introduction to Global Peace Studies Nutting
I R 325: Chinese Foreign Policy Byun
I R 345: Conflict and Cooperation in Asia Byun
I R 404: Politics of China Guo
I R 409: Russia and World Order Tsygankov
I R 412: South Asian Politics Shastri
I R 452: International Media Politics Darling
I R 550: 2: Senior Thesis in International Relations Tsygankov
IBUS 430: Import-Export Management and Small Business Operations Furuse
IBUS 531: Cross-Cultural Innovation and Creativity in Business and Management Lee
IBUS 590: 1, 2: International Environmental Analysis Lee
IBUS 590: 1Z: International Environmental Analysis Clark
IBUS 596: Doing Business in Japan Furuse
IBUS 659: 1, 2: Introduction to International Business Negotiation Harris-Boundy
IBUS 676: Social Entrepreneurship in a Global Context Ungson
ISED 718: Queering Education: Research, Policy, and Pedagogy Rioz
ISED 797: 1, 2, 3: Seminar in Educational Research Hyun
ISED 797: 4: Seminar in Educational Research Blakely
ISYS 363: 1, 2, 3: Information Systems for Management Ciomek
ISYS 565: Managing Enterprise Networks Abdur
ISYS 812: Programming and Applications for Data Analytics Faddoul
JAPN 101: 1: First Semester Japanese Rustigan
JAPN 101: 1, 2, 3: First Semester Japanese Muranaka
JAPN 101: 2, 3: First Semester Japanese Kosaka
JAPN 101: 4: First Semester Japanese Narvid; Kazama
JAPN 102: 1: Second Semester Japanese Minami; Kondo
JAPN 103: Third Semester Japanese Minami; Kazama
JOUR 205: Social Impact of Journalism Wagner
JOUR 304: Cultural Diversity and News Media Cardenas
JOUR 410: Building Chinese Media Literacy Tsao
JOUR 452: International Media Politics Darling
JOUR 535: Photojournalism IV Komenich
JS 415: The Hebrew Bible Millet
JS 437: Holocaust and Literature Millet
KIN 250: 1, 3, 5, 7: Introduction to Kinesiology Mitchell
KIN 257: 3, 4: Wellness, Fitness and the Global Perspective Hughes
KIN 310: Youth Development Instructional Analysis I Walsh
KIN 401: 1, 2: Elementary School Physical Education: K-5 Guedes
LATN 101: Elementary Latin Avinger
LS 200: 02, 04: Self, Place, and Knowing: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Inquiry Hennessy
LS 200: 2, 4: Self, Place, and Knowing: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Inquiry Erickson
LS 300: 1: Perspectives on Liberal Studies - GWAR Coopman
LS 401: International Development and Resource Justice Hennessy
LS 403: Performance and Pedagogy of the Oppressed for Educators Erickson
LS 690: 1: Liberal Studies Senior Seminar Ferreira
LS 690: Liberal Studies Senior Seminar de Barros
LTNS 211: 1, 2: Latina/o/x Families Rico
LTNS 230: 1, 2: Introduction to Latina/o Literature Zamora
LTNS 270: 1, 2, 3: Latina/o/x Murals, Memes, Music, and More: Latina/o/x Arts & Humanities Tejada
LTNS 276: 1, 2: Latina/o, U.S. Government, and Constitutional Ideals Davila
LTNS 278: 1, 2: History of Latinos in the U.S. Acosta Elkan
LTNS 305: Latina/o Studies Creative Writing Workshop Hernandez
LTNS 355: Black Indians in the Americas Collins
LTNS 435: Oral History, Community Memory, and Collective Stories Hernandez
LTNS 470: 1, 2: Latina/o Immigration to the U.S. Carrillo
LTNS 670: Mexican Politics and Society Carrillo
M S 681: Preparation for Museum Practicum Fogarty
MATH 226: Calculus I Mathematics Department
MATH 227: Calculus II Mathematics Department
MATH 228: Calculus III Mathematics Department
MATH 301GW: 1: Exploration and Proof - GWAR Ross
MATH 310: Elementary Number Theory Beck
MATH 442: Probability Models Piryatinska
MGMT 605: 01, 02, 03: Seminar in Developing Management Skills Harris-Boundy
MGMT 648: Seminar in Leadership and Influence Skills Harris-Boundy
MGMT 659: 1, 2: Introduction to International Business Negotiation Harris-Boundy
MGMT 670: 3, 4: Managing Organization Development and Change Kim
MKTG 431: Principles of Marketing Strebel
MKTG 434: Advertising Theory and Practice O'Donnell
MKTG 633: 1, 2: Consumer Behavior Tumbat
MKTG 644: Services Marketing Appin
MKTG 649: 4, 5: Marketing Management Bhat
MUS 233: Chromatic Harmony Kornfeld
MUS 434: Introduction to Sound for Games Horowitz
MUS 505: Music of the World's Peoples Modirzadeh
NURS 804: Professional Issues and Nurse Practitioner Skills Carr
NUTR 353GW: 1: Foodservice Systems Management - GWAR Qamar
NUTR 353GW: 2: Foodservice Systems Management - GWAR Stimson
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 727: Program and Service Delivery Joaquin
P A 757: E-Government Stowers
P A 890: Capstone Course in Public Administration Stowers
PH 210: Personal and Social Determinants of Health Craig
PH 420: 1, 2: Epidemiology Rebanal
PH 425: 3: Public Health Research Wharton
PH 455: 2: Community Organizing and Community Building for Health Rath
PH 520: Structural Oppression and Social Foundations of Health Turalba
PH 810: Public Health and Principles of Community Organizing Chavez
PH 884: Public Health Inquiry Mamo
PHIL 110: 29: Introduction to Critical Thinking I Nutting
PHIL 150: 3: Contemporary Moral/Political Issues Nutting
PHIL 205: Formal Logic I Islami
PHIL 303: Modern Philosophy Landy
PHIL 315: Introduction to Global Peace Studies Nutting
PHIL 320GW: Philosophical Analysis - GWAR Wilcox
PHIL 335: Law and Society Lindsay
PHIL 375: Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. Nutting
PHIL 380: Philosophy of Law Garcia
PHIL 395: 1, 2: Ethical Issues: Science and Technology Blackmon
PHIL 415: The Hebrew Bible Millet
PHIL 455: 01: Sex and the Law Lindsay
PHIL 525: The Nature of Religious Experience Dupen
PHIL 621: Minds, Brains, and Computers Blackmon
PHIL 700: 2: Seminar in Selected Problems (Topic: Myth of the Given) Azadpur
PHIL 725: Philosophical Foundations of Law Garcia
PHIL 770: Seminar in a Classical Author (Topic: Philosophy of Hegel) Landy
PHYS 101: 2: Conceptual Physics Fielder
PHYS 121: General Physics II McCarthy
PHYS 330: Analytical Mechanics I Xu
PHYS 775: Statistical Mechanics Golterman
PLS 310: 01Z: Communication Skills and Legal Ethics Deangelis
PLS 320: 01Z: Legal Research & Writing De Lambert
PLSI 150: 3: Contemporary Moral/Political Issues Nutting
PLSI 200: 3: Introduction to American Politics Croshal
PLSI 200: 5: Introduction to American Politics Kashani
PLSI 200: 6, 7: Introduction to American Politics Schendan
PLSI 275: 2: Introduction to Political Theory Otruba
PLSI 325: Chinese Foreign Policy Byun
PLSI 354: Politics, the Environment, and Social Change Kassiola
PLSI 404: Politics of China Guo
PLSI 408: Mexican Politics and Society Carrillo
PLSI 409: Russia and World Order Tsygankov
PLSI 412: South Asian Politics Shastri
PLSI 473: California Politics and Government Croshal
PLSI 608: Senior Seminar in Political Theory (Topic: Political Theory of Authority) Martel
PLSI 740: Seminar in American Politics McDaniel
PLSI 760: Seminar in Comparative Politics Watts
PRSN 290: Introduction to Persian Literature in Translation Ara
PSY 111: The Logic and Psychology of Critical Thinking Anders-Jefferson
PSY 200: General Psychology Hughes Stone
PSY 305GW: 10: Writing in Psychology - GWAR (Topic: Controversial Issues) Halligan
PSY 305GW: 2: Writing in Psychology - GWAR (Topic: Law and the Death Penalty) Smith
PSY 320: Sex and Relationships Chen
PSY 441: The Psychology of the Family Liu
PSY 450: Variations in Human Sexuality Carrington
PSY 451: 3: Theories of Personality Shrayber
PSY 451: Theories of Personality Hagan
PSY 547: Social Conflict and Conflict Resolution Halligan
PSY 723: Clinical Methods: Psychological Assessment Holley
PSY 770: Research Methods and Techniques Morsella
RELS 300: The Nature of Religious Experience Dupen
RPT 230: 2, 3: Growth Through Adventure Thapar
RPT 350: Facilitating Wellness Through Leisure Yoshino
RPT 410: Therapeutic and Inclusive Recreation Metcalf-Tobin
RRS 110: 12: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Garcia-Fraire
RRS 110: 17, 18: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Robles
RRS 110: 3, 4: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Mann
RRS 110: 6: Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience Lara
RRS 240: 1: All Power to the People: Comparative Freedom Movements of the "Sixties" Ferreira
RRS 240: 2: All Power to the People: Comparative Freedom Movements of the "Sixties" Hagedorn
RRS 280: 1, 2: Race, Gender, and Science Fiction Mann
RRS 285: Race, Sports, and Society Salomon
RRS 330: Comparative Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.: Class, Gender, and Nation Manbachi
RRS 625: Mixed Race Studies: A Comparative Focus Tanemura
S ED 701: 4, 5: Teaching for Equity in Secondary Schools Watanabe
S ED 759: 3: Curriculum and Instruction I (Topic: Curriculum and Instruction I: Mathematics) Baldinger
S ED 770: Current Issues in Secondary Education Fan
S ED 780: Advanced Curriculum Development Baldinger
S ED 800: Adolescent Development Avani
S W 456: Urban Community Organizing and Citizen Action Melara
SLHS 656GW: 2: Diagnosis of Communicative Disorders - GWAR Heidenreich
SLHS 656GW: Diagnosis of Communicative Disorders - GWAR Menn
SLHS 657: Aural Rehabilitation Raggio
SLHS 701: Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Practices in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Yu
SLHS 708: 1, 2: Neurogenic Disorders of Language Gray
SLHS 709: Speech Sound Production Cooper
SLHS 880: 6: Advanced Communication Therapy Rinehart
SOC 272: Social Inequality: Poverty, Wealth, and Privilege Moore
SOC 300: 3, 4: Sociological Analysis - GWAR Gurtuna
SOC 330: Comparative Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.: Class, Gender, and Nation Manbachi
SOC 370: 2: Classical Theories of Society Moore
SOC 400: Variations in Human Sexuality Carrington
SOC 452: Juvenile Justice Macallair
SOC 500: 2: Senior Seminar (Topic: Class, Ethnicity & Gender: SOC at the Crossroads) Manbachi
SOC 500: 3: Senior Seminar (Topic: Money Image Culture: Soc Identity Mass Market Cap) Moore
SPAN 215: Spanish for Heritage Speakers Chion-Cunningham
SPAN 523: 19th Century Spanish Literature Williams
SPED 672: Inclusive Learning Environments for Young Children Jacobson
SPED 675: 1, 2: Working with Families of Young Children with Disabilities Omahony
SPED 675: 3: Working with Families of Young Children with Disabilities Anderson
SPED 746: 1, 2: Teaching Individuals with Physical and Other Health Impairments Caputo
SPED 749: Medical, Educational, and Rehabilitative Implications of Visual Impairment Roufail; Adle
SPED 751: Instruction for Learners with Visual Impairments Siu
SPED 754: Basic Communication Skills for Learners with Visual Impairments Leader
SPED 770: Introduction to Students with Mild/Moderate Support Needs Requa
SPED 777: Introduction to Disability, Development, and Equity for Young Children and Their Families Mitsch
SPED 779: Family-Centered Practices and Services for Young Children with Disabilities Friesen
SPED 801: Development, Diversity, and English Language Learners: Special Education Requa
SPED 885: Allyship, Leadership, and Collaboration for Young Children with Disabilities (Topic: Early Childhood Special Education) Friesen
SXS 320: Sex and Relationships Chen
SXS 400: Variations in Human Sexuality Carrington
SXS 440: Native Sexualities and Queer Discourse Kuhn
SXS 635: Queer Masterpieces Gleisberg
TH A 406: The Art of Comedy Felder
USP 433: 1, 2: Urban Transportation Henderson
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