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1 Reed College Schedule of Classes >> REVISED February 11th << We encourage you to visit the interactive online schedule: class-schedule.reed.edu The online schedule includes: Searchable, up-to-date course listings Course availability open or full (with a waitlist) Links to course descriptions Prerequisites Special notes associated with class sections

2 & SCHEDULE&OF&CLASSES&/&ADDENDUM& Please&consult&the&online&Schedule&of&Classes,&available&on& the&web&at&class4schedule.reed.edu&for&a&dynamic&and& searchable&listing&of&courses&offered&this&year.& & PLANNING&YOUR&COURSES& First4year&students& & Your&first&year&gives&you&the&opportunity&to&both&explore& areas&of&study&that&you&may&be&interested&in,&and&to&satisfy& some&of&the&requirements&for&your&degree.&you&can&build&a& foundation&for&advanced&study&by&taking&introductory& courses&that&serve&as&prerequisites&for&advanced&courses&in& particular&fields.& & Transfer&Students& & It&is&particularly&important&that&you&be&aware&of&which& group,&divisional,&and&departmental&requirements&you&still& must&meet&for&graduation.&divisional&requirements&are& listed&in&the&catalog&at&the&beginning&of&the&course&listings& for&each&division&except&for&mathematics&and&natural& Sciences,&and&Philosophy,&Religion,&Psychology,&and& Linguistics,&which&have&only&departmental&requirements.& & DECIDING&ON&A&MAJOR& First4year&students& & It&is&not&a&problem&if&you&have&not&yet&decided&on&a& major.&many&students&come&to&reed&without&a&major&in& mind.&many&who&have&a&major&in&mind&change&their&major& after&being&in&college,&sometimes&after&taking&a&course&to& fill&a&requirement&and&finding&a&new&field&that&engages& their&interest.&because&subjects&are&often&treated&quite& differently&at&reed&than&they&were&in&high&school,&students& may&also&find&that&their&preconceptions&change&when&they& are&exposed&to&different&areas.& & Transfer&Students& & You&are&required&to&declare&a&major&when&you&complete& 13&units.&If&you&plan&to&graduate&in&fewer&than&three&years,& you&should&discuss&plans&for&the&major&with&your&adviser.& & MAJORING&IN&SCIENCE& & Generally&speaking,&students&majoring&in&mathematics& and&the&natural&sciences&have&more&room&in&their& Office&of&the&Registrar& Course&selection&and&registration&for&first4year&and&transfer&students& schedules&for&non4science&courses&in&their&junior&and& senior&years,&and&students&in&the&humanities&and&social& sciences&have&more&room&for&electives&during&their&first& two&years.& & First4year&students& & If&you&think&you&might&be&interested&in&majoring&in&one& of&the&sciences,&we&strongly&recommend&that&you&begin& that&major&in&the&first&year.& & Transfer&Students& & If&you&think&you&will&major&in&one&of&the&sciences,&you& must&begin&or&continue&that&major&right&away.&your&choice& and&sequence&of&science&classes&will&depend&on&the& transfer&credit&you&have&earned.& & LANGUAGE&STUDY& & If&you&plan&to&major&in&any&of&the&departments&in&the& Division&of&Literature&and&Languages,&you&must&begin& language&study&early&(right&away&for&transfers)&because&the& division&requires&two&units&of&third4year&level&literature& courses,&not&in&translation,&in&a&language&other&than&the& major.& & COURSE&LOAD& & The&normal&course&load&at&Reed&is&3&to&4.5&units&per& semester.&most&students&carry&3.5&to&4&units&each& semester.&4.5&units&is&an&extremely&rigorous&course&load.& We&recommend&that&first4year&students&take&3&to&4&units&in& their&first&semester.& & COURSES&NOT&OPEN&TO&FIRST4YEAR&STUDENTS& & In&some&departments&such&as&English,&sociology,&and& anthropology,&courses&are&not&open&to&first4year&students& except&in&unusual&cases&when&the&instructor&gives& permission.&for&most&of&these&courses,&sophomore& standing&or&completion&of&humanities&110&is&a& prerequisite.& & COURSES&WITH&RESERVED&SEATS& The&courses&listed&to&the&right&have&seats&reserved&for& new&students.&once&those&seats&are&taken,&you&must& obtain&the&instructor s&approval,&complete&and&submit&a& Drop/Add&form&to&register.&& 2 & & Reg#& Subj.& Crse& Sect& Title& 11028& ART& 161& F01& Visual&Concepts& 11100& ART& 161& F02& Visual&Concepts& 10288& ART& 201& F01& Introduction&to&Art&History& 10479& ART& 201& F02& Introduction&to&Art&History& 11089& ART& 201& F03& Introduction&to&Art&History& 10329& DANC& 111& F& Intro&Dance:&Studio&I& 10708& DANC& 201& F& Intro&Dance:&Hist&&&Culture& 10547& DANC& 211& F& Contemporary&Dance&I& 10227& ECON& 201& F01& Intro&to&Economic&Analysis& 10228& ECON& 201& F02& Intro&to&Economic&Analysis& 10316& ECON& 201& F03& Intro&to&Economic&Analysis& 10676& PHIL& 201& F01& Logic& 10859& PHIL& 201& F02& Logic& 10990& PHIL& 201& F03& Logic& 10675& PHIL& 203& F& Introduction&to&Ethics& 10673& PHIL& 210& F& Philosophical&Topics& 10969& POL& 210& F01& Intro&to&Political&Behavior& 10970& POL& 210& F02& Intro&to&Political&Behavior& 10975& POL& 230& F& Intro&to&Political&Theory& 10971& POL& 240& F01& Intro&to&Int'l&Relations& 10972& POL& 240& F02& Intro&to&Int'l&Relations& 10482& POL& 250& F01& Intro&to&Public&Policy& 10483& POL& 250& F02& Intro&to&Public&Policy& 10997& REL& 141& F& Intro&to&Ancient&Christianity& 11000& REL& 151& F& Introduction&to&Judaism& 10209& THEA& 210& F& Acting&Laboratory& 10704& & THEA& 250& F& Theatre&History&I& & Reg#& Subj.& Crse& Sect& Title& 30470& ART& 161& S01& Visual&Concepts& 30469& ART& 161& S02& Visual&Concepts& 30231& ART& 201& S01& Introduction&to&Art&History& 30304& DANC& 112& S01& Intro&Dance:&Studio&II& 30457& DANC& 212& S& Contemporary&Dance&II& 30685& DANC& 252& S01& Improvisation& 30224& ECON& 201& S01& Intro&to&Economic&Analysis& 30225& ECON& 201& S02& Intro&to&Economic&Analysis& 30622& ECON& 201& S03& Intro&to&Economic&Analysis& 30230& PHIL& 201& S& Logic& 30896& PHIL& 203& S& Introduction&to&Ethics& 30950& PHIL& 206& S& Color& 30439& POL& 220& S01& Comparative&Politics& 30438& POL& 220& S02& Comparative&Politics& 30659& POL& 230& S02& Intro&to&Political&Theory& 30852& REL& 105& S& Understanding&Religion& 30867& REL& 111& S01& Hist&4&Early&Chinese&Religions& 30868& REL& 111& S02& Hist&4&Early&Chinese&Religions& 30855& REL& 123& S01& Islam&in&the&Modern&World& 30869& REL& 123& S02& Islam&in&the&Modern&World& 30890& REL& 132& S& South&Asian&Buddhism& 30675& THEA& 202& S& Intro&to&Theatrical&Design&

3 ! SEMESTER!AND!YEAR!COURSES!! Reed!courses!are!taught!as!semester!courses!or!year! courses.!year!courses!are!designated!by!a!y!in!the!section! number!in!the!schedule.!fall!courses!are!indicated!by!an!f! and!spring!courses!by!an!s.!be!sure!to!sign!up!for!courses! in!both!fall!and!spring!semesters!when!you!register.! Students!have!an!opportunity!later!in!fall!to!change!spring! registration,!should!you!and!your!adviser!decide!it s!a!good! idea.!! GENERAL!COLLEGE!AND!DISTRIBUTION! REQUIREMENTS!! Information!is!available!in!the!college!catalog!on!the! web!at!www.reed.edu/catalog!.!!a!list!of!courses!that!meet! group!requirements,!and!a!list!of!courses!with!no! prerequisites!is!available!on!the!registrar s!website!at:! DIVISIONAL!REQUIREMENTS!! Division!of!the!Arts:! Art,!dance*,!music,!and!theatre!! 1. Satisfactory!completion!of!two!units!of!a!secondSyear! college!foreign!language!course.!waiver!of!the! divisional!foreign!language!requirement!may!be! granted!in!cases!where!proficiency!is!demonstrated! through!examination.!two!units!of!foreign!language! course!work!may!be!used!toward!satisfying!the! collegeswide!group!d!requirement.!proficiency! cannot!be!used!to!satisfy!group!d.! 2. Approval!of!all!independent!study!(481)!courses!by! the!division.!the!opportunity!for!independent!study!is! ordinarily!offered!only!to!juniors!and!seniors!who! have!done!extensive!work!in!the!area.!! Division!of!History!and!Social!Sciences:! Anthropology,!economics,!history,!political!science,!and! sociology!! Any!three!of!the!following!must!be!completed!before!the! senior!year.! 1. Anthropology!211!and!one!additional!upperSdivision! anthropology!course.! 2. Any!two!oneSunit!Reed!College!economics!courses,!or! the!equivalent.! 3. Any!two!oneSunit!Reed!history!courses,!or!the! equivalent.! 4. Sociology!211!and!one!other!sociology!course.! 5. One!200Slevel!political!science!course!and!any!other! political!science!course,!but!no!more!than!one!course! from!political!science!230!and!386s415.!! Division!of!Literature!and!Languages:! Classics,!Chinese,!creative!writing*,!English,!French,! German,!general!literature,!Russian,!and!Spanish! 1. One!unit!in!the!Division!of!the!Arts.! 2. Two!units!in!a!single!literature!outside!of!the!major.! English!majors!may!not!satisfy!this!requirement!with! courses!in!which!the!readings!are!in!translation.! Majors!in!departments!other!than!English!may!satisfy! the!requirement!with!two!courses!in!english!literature! at!the!200!level!or!higher;!two!300slevel!courses!in!a! second!nonsenglish!literature,!read!in!the!original! language;!or!two!units!of!a!single!300slevel!literature,! read!in!translation.!! SAMPLE!PROGRAMS!FOR!FIRSTSYEAR!STUDENTS!! Below!are!sample!programs!to!guide!you!as!you!think! about!your!own!schedule!of!classes!for!the!coming!year.! Your!program!may!vary!from!these,!and!your!adviser!will! assist!you!in!your!final!course!choice.!!these!are!intended! to!be!illustrative,!not!prescriptive.!placement!in!math,! music,!economics,!and!language!courses!will!be! determined!by!exams!and/or!interviews!during! orientation.!the!designation!y!refers!to!a!yearslong!course,! F!to!a!fall!course,!and!S!to!a!spring!course.!! SCIENCE!MAJOR! 1. HUM!110!(Y)! 2. BIOL!101!(F)/102!(S),!CHEM!101!(F)/102!(S),!or!PHYS! 101!(F)/102!(S)!(Biology!majors!are!encouraged!to! take!both!biology!and!chemistry!courses.!most! physics!majors!take!math!as!well!as!physics.)! 3. Math!course!(F,!S)! 4. Possibly!a!.5!unit!course!such!as!DANC!111!(F),!112!(S)!!!! LITERATURE!MAJOR! 1. HUM!110!(Y)! 2. Foreign!language!(Y)! 3S4.! Science!(F,!S)!courses!or!1S2!of!the!following:!MUS! 111!(F),!PHIL!200Slevel!(F,!S)!course,!POL!200Slevel!(F,! S)!course,!PSY!121!(F),!and!122!(S),!REL!100Slevel!(F,!S)! course,!art!161,!201,!(f,!s)!etc.!! PSYCHOLOGY!MAJOR! 1. HUM!110!(Y)! 2. PSY!121/122!(F,!S)! 3. A!math!or!a!science!course,!a!language,!social!science,! or!music!course! 4. Possibly!a!.5!unit!course!! HISTORY!AND!SOCIAL!SCIENCE! 1. HUM!110!(Y)! 2. ECON!201!(F,!S)!or!one!POL!200Slevel!(F,!S)!course! 3. A!math,!science,!language,!or!music!course! 4. Possibly!a!.5!unit!course!! THE!ARTS! 1. HUM!110!(Y)! 2. ART!201!(F,!S)!or!MUS!111!(F)!or!THEA!200Slevel!(F,!S)! 3. A!foreign!language!(Y)! 4. Possibly!ART!161!(F,!S),!DANC!111!(F),!or!MUS!105!or! 107!(F,!S)!! UNDECIDED! 1. HUM!110!(Y)! 2. A!math!or!science!course! 3. A!language,!social!science,!religion,!or!music!course! 4. Possibly!a!.5!unit!course!!! *Major!not!available.!! 3

4 Fall Semester Reed College Academic Calendar August 15 Fri. All work for spring semester 2014 incompletes due to the instructor Thu. Mon. Orientation outings Tue. Sun. Student orientation 26 Tuesday Residence halls open for new students Placement exams 27 Wednesday Convocation First faculty meeting Final day of open registration 28 Thursday New student advising and registration 29 Friday Student residences open for returning students September 1 Monday Labor Day holiday no classes scheduled 2 Tuesday Classes begin. 5 Friday Last day of late registration 12 Friday Deadline to add classes, change sections or reduce unit value in fall classes 26 Friday Four-week comments due October 6 Monday Deadline to drop semester classes withdrawal from a fall class recorded after this date Sat. Sun. Fall break residence halls open, limited food service 27 Monday Classes resume EIGHT-WEEK GRADES DUE by 5 p.m. November 10 Monday Deadline to withdraw from a fall semester class or change to CR/NC. Deadline to drop a year class withdrawal recorded after this date Deadline to take a leave of absence for fall or to withdraw from the college Thurs. Sun. Thanksgiving vacation halls open, limited food svc. December 1 Monday Classes resume 5 Friday Fall senior theses due: four copies due in the Registrar's Office by 3 p.m. 9 Tuesday Thursday classes meet 10 Wednesday Friday classes and Wednesday night classes meet LAST DAY OF CLASSES FOR Thurs. Sun. Reading period and senior oral exams Mon. Thurs. FINAL EXAMINATIONS. No work for fall classes may be submitted after this period 19 Friday Residence halls close noon Theses due in library noon January 2 Friday SEMESTER GRADES DUE AT 9 a.m Wednesday Divisional grade reviews 10 a.m. Faculty grade review meeting 1 p.m. Spring Semester 2015 January 16 Friday All work for fall semester 2014 incompletes due to the instructor **REVISED as of 8/29/14 Student residences open limited food service 19 Monday Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday 23 Friday Final day of open registration 26 Monday Classes begin. 30 Friday Last day of late registration February 6 Friday Deadline to add classes, change sections or reduce unit value in spring classes 20 Friday Four-week comments due March 2 Monday Deadline to drop semester classes withdrawal from a spring class recorded after this date. Deadline to withdraw from a year class 16 Monday EIGHT-WEEK GRADES DUE by 5 p.m Sat. Sun. Spring break residence halls open; limited food service 30 Monday Classes resume April 6 Monday Deadline to withdraw from a spring class or change to CR/NC Deadline to take a leave of absence for spring or to withdraw from the college 20 Monday Registration for opens May 1 Friday SENIOR THESES DUE: four copies due in the Registrar's Office by 3 p.m. LAST DAY OF CLASSES 4-10 Mon. Sun. Reading period and oral exams Mon. Thurs. FINAL EXAMINATIONS. No work for spring classes may be submitted after this period 15 Friday Theses due in library noon SENIOR GRADES DUE (pass/no pass) 3:00 p.m. Senior grade review. 16 Saturday Commencement rehearsal 2:00 p.m. 18 Monday COMMENCEMENT 19 Tuesday Residence halls close noon 20 Wednesday ALL GRADES DUE 9:00 a.m. 22 Friday Divisional grade reviews morning Final faculty meeting afternoon Revised by the Faculty, February

5 WELCOME TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM Reed's Student Online Registration System SOLAR REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS 1. Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) and Reed ID number are required to log on to the SOLAR System. A new PIN will be issued to your adviser prior to each registration period (i.e. April and October) You must meet with your academic adviser to review your course selections and to get your PIN. 2. Access SOLAR through the Reed web login page at solar.reed.edu Access the most up-to-date version of the Schedule of Classes at https://solar.reed.edu/class_schedule/ The system will be available for continuing student registration Monday, April 21. SOLAR will be available to continuing students through Wednesday, August 27. Navigating the SOLAR System 3. Find courses using a variety of search options, e.g. by department, course number, day/time, instructor, or available seats. 4. Select a course and decide whether you want to find out more information about it, such as prerequisites, or access the on-line Catalog for a course description by clicking the title of the course in the searchable subject block. 5 Add the course by clicking the "ADD" button to the right of the course listing. The system will prompt you to add all components of the course. 6. Drop a course by clicking the "DROP" button. The system will deliver a second prompt to ensure you've chosen the correct course. 7. Print a copy of your schedule by clicking on the "Daily view" button on the top of the page and print the pop-up page as you would in any other program: select "Print" from the "File" menu. NOTE: You can check your schedule at any time through IRIS. Access IRIS at iris.reed.edu (Start with "create account" if you've never used IRIS before.) Error Messages, Things You Can't Do in SOLAR, and Help 1. SOLAR will deliver an error message and prevent you from registering for a time conflict, an overload of five or more units, a course with class level restrictions (e.g. senior only), and courses that require instructor/chair permission. When SOLAR is available, approval for the following can be recorded as an override by the instructor through IRIS. Once an override is entered you can use SOLAR to register: for an instructor permission-only course a course with prerequisites you have not met a course that conflicts in time with another course a course with class level restrictions You must submit a completed drop/add or humanities conference change form to the Registrar's Office to make the following changes: to register for a course for reduced unit value (e.g. lab or lecture only) to enroll in an independent study course to change the conference assignment of any humanities (HUM) course You must submit the requisite form to the registrar's office in order to: change your adviser take a course for the Credit/No Credit grade option request credit for one semester of a year course declare your major request approval of transfer credit request a copy of your transcript 3. Need help with the SOLAR System while you're on-line? Click the "HELP" button at the top of the screen. Contact the Registrar's Office at extension 7296 with any questions, concerns, or problems you may have about the SOLAR System. We are happy to assist you. 8. FINALIZE your registration!!! Click the "Finalize" link at the top of the page. This will ensure that you are registered correctly and prevent others from tampering with your schedule. 5

6 REED COLLEGE Schedule of Classes GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION 1. REGISTRATION SCHEDULE Registration for continuing students for fall 2014 and spring 2015 will take place beginning Monday, April 21. Registration for continuing students will be available via SOLAR through Wednesday, August 27. The first day of classes is Tuesday, September DEADLINES It is very important to pay attention to the different deadlines for making changes in your schedule. Students who miss a deadline for a change to their schedule must petition the Administration Committee for a waiver of policy. If the committee approves the change, they may levy a fine for late processing. Please keep in mind the following course change deadlines: Fall Spring To register late: Fri. Sept. 5 Fri. Jan. 30 To add a course: Fri. Sept. 12 Fri. Feb. 6 To change sections: Fri. Sept. 12 Fri. Feb. 6 To request reduced unit value: Fri. Sept. 12 Fri. Feb. 6 To drop a semester course-without the grade of W: Mon. Oct. 6 Mon. Mar. 2 To take a leave of absence: Mon. Nov. 10 Mon. Apr. 6 To withdraw from a semester course with the grade of W: Mon. Nov. 10 Mon. Apr. 6 To change a course to Credit/No Credit: Mon. Nov. 10 Mon. Apr. 6 To drop a year course without the grade of W: Mon. Nov. 10 To withdraw from a year coursewith the grade of W: Mon. Mar ADDING AND DROPPING COURSES Students are responsible for all courses for which they register. Failure to attend a class does not result in a course being dropped from a student's schedule. Students wishing to make changes to their schedule once classes begin must fill out an official Drop/Add form (available at Eliot 311 and at Students must submit the completed form, with the requisite signatures, to the Registrar's Office by the relevant deadline. You may check your schedule any time on IRIS at iris.reed.edu Course changes submitted after registration day become official only when a signed and completed Drop/Add form is returned to and processed in the Registrar's Office. Students are responsible for all work in the course until the change is processed. 4. CHANGING SECTIONS A Section Change form (available at Eliot 311 and at must be completed, signed, and submitted to the Registrar's Office by the relevant deadline in order to change to a different section of a course. The deadline for section changes is the same as the deadline for adding a course. The student and instructor signatures are required. 5. CREDIT/NO CREDIT ENROLLMENT Only juniors and seniors may elect to enroll in a class for credit/no credit, and they must complete the Credit/No Credit form. The deadline to change a course to credit/no credit is the same as the deadline to withdraw from a course. Students may take only elective classes on this basis, and no more than two units may count toward the degree. Credit/No credit classes must be taken outside the major department, cannot be used to meet group, major or division requirements, and must be completed at the level of C or better to receive credit. Courses offered only on a credit/no credit basis do not count toward the 2-unit maximum. 6. UNDERLOADS AND OVERLOADS A normal full-time schedule is defined as 3 to 4.5 units per semester or 6 to 9 units per year exclusive of physical education. A minimum of 30 units is required for graduation. An underload is any semester schedule of fewer than 3 units. Students wishing to enroll in an underload and pay reduced tuition must petition the Administration Committee by the end of the second week of classes, with support from their adviser. Students wishing to enroll in an underload later in the semester with no reduction of tuition must submit to the Registrar s Office a Drop/Add form signed by their adviser and one of the deans in Student Services. An overload is any semester schedule over 4.5 units. Students must petition the Administration Committee or their division (juniors and seniors) in order to register for an overload. A petition is required for each semester in which an overload is requested. 6

7 7. MULTIPLE SECTION CLASSES For classes with multiple sections, students will be registered for the section they select during the registration period. After the close of registration, sections may be balanced as evenly as possible within the constraints of students' schedules. Students must attend the section that appears on the registration confirmation received after registration, and should check IRIS to confirm their registration. 8. REGISTRATION FOR THESIS Students must have formally declared a major and have been certified as having passed the Junior Qualifying exam before registering for thesis. 9. REGISTRATION FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY 481 A completed drop/add form is required for enrollment in an independent study. The course number for independent study is 481. Because there are no pre-assigned registration numbers for independent study courses, only the course title and number are required on the Drop/Add form (e.g., BIOL 481, HIST 481). The instructor's signature is required for registration in independent study courses. All independent study courses must be approved by the division before registration will be finalized, but the add form must be submitted by the deadline to add. 10. CREDIT FOR ONE SEMESTER OF A YEAR COURSE Credit in a year-long course normally is granted only after the completion of the work of both semesters. With the instructor's permission, credit will be recorded for one semester once a completed Credit for One Semester form is signed and filed in the Registrar's Office. 11. PHYSICAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT Six quarters of P.E. must be completed before a student may be considered for graduation. This requirement should be completed before the Junior Qualifying exam. Take care to sign up for the correct quarter when choosing a PE class. SOLAR is available for enrollment in PE according to the following schedule. Fall st quarter PE 101 September 2-October 17 Add PE 101 classes via SOLAR through August 26. 2nd quarter PE 102 October 27-December 10 Add PE 102 classes via SOLAR through November 10. Spring rd quarter PE 103 January 26-March 13 Add PE 103 classes via SOLAR through January 23. 4th quarter PE 104 March 16-May 1 Add PE 104 classes via SOLAR through March SENIOR YEAR REQUIREMENTS Seniors must complete no fewer than 6 units during their thesis year. The six units, however arranged, (e.g., 2 units first and 4 units second semester) constitute a fulltime academic load and require payment of full-time tuition for both semesters. Seniors are responsible for completing all requirements, including those specific to the thesis year. Seniors must take at least one non-thesis unit in a thesis semester. Due to federal regulations, students on financial aid may be required to enroll in a minimum of three units to be considered full-time. Any change in registration should be considered carefully in light of the fulfillment of graduation requirements. 13. Juniors Must Declare the Major Students who have completed or are in the process of completing 16 units toward graduation must declare the major in order to register. 14. REQUIRED SIGNATURES Certain signatures are required for the different activities associated with registration. Forms without the requisite signatures will be returned to students unprocessed. The instructor's signature is always required for adding and dropping classes once classes have begun; during the initial registration period it is required for independent study, classes taken for reduced unit value, and permission to complete one-half of a yearlong course. 15. FACULTY ADVISERS Returning students may change advisers at any time, by either completing a Change of Adviser form or having their new adviser sign a drop/add form. Students must choose a new adviser if their adviser has left Reed, or is on sabbatical or leave, observing the two restrictions listed below. Faculty may not serve as academic advisers in their first year at Reed. Juniors and seniors must have an adviser in their major department. In some cases, the thesis adviser is the academic adviser. 16. CREATIVE WRITING Students must submit a sample of their writing to the instructor. Please refer to the creative writing web page at: for details. The instructor s permission is required to register for creative writing courses. Once the instructor submits online approval for students admitted to the class, students may add the class on SOLAR. Save this copy, and share it with a friend! 7

8 PRIVATE MUSIC PROGRAM AND ENSEMBLES Denise VanLeuven, Director of Private Music Instruction Office: Performing Arts, room 147 Extension: Music Performance Credit All students participating in music performance (Music 101, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109) must register for the course through SOLAR, or with a completed drop/add form during the first two weeks of each semester. These courses are graded Credit/No Credit, and carry variable unit credit: one-half credit or zero credit for one semester. MUS 101 FNC MUS 101 FCR 0.0 unit 0.5 unit 1. Pre- and corequisites: To qualify for academic credit, students must have completed or be currently enrolled in a one-unit course at level 111 or above at Reed. The only exception is Chamber Orchestra, Music 104; refer to the description for MUS 104 in the catalog. For each unit at 111 or above, students can receive two half-units of credit for a music performance course, one-half unit per semester. If the co-requisite course is dropped, the credit for music performance will be relinquished and the performance course continued for zero credit. 2. Unit limits: No more than one-half unit may be taken for credit each semester. There is no limit to the number of performance courses that may be taken for zero credit. No more than two units may be earned for the same music performance course. 3. Degree credit: Music performance units apply toward the quantity requirement of 30 units for graduation, but not toward the Group A or Group X requirements. Private Music Lessons/MUS 101 Lessons in most instruments and in voice are offered. See the college catalog for a complete listing. 1. Registration: In addition to registering through SOLAR or the Registrar's Office (i.e. by drop/add form), all participants in Music 101 must register with the director of private music instruction during the first week of the semester. Whether or not Music 101 is taken for credit, timely enrollment enables students to receive the full number of lessons. Drop Policy: Students enrolled for credit who later choose to drop the course must complete a drop/add form, adhering to the published deadlines. 2. Cost: The semester cost for twelve 45-minute lessons is $ Students will be billed by the Business Office within the first month of the semester. Arrangements for other than immediate payment must be made with the Business Office upon receipt of the bill. Limited scholarship aid is available and generally is disbursed according to need. Non-need-based funds are sometimes available. All interested students should meet with the director at the beginning of the semester. Fees for one set of lessons per term are waived for junior and senior music majors. 3. Cancellations: Lessons that are canceled by the college or the instructor will be re-scheduled. Students who must cancel a lesson should notify the instructor as soon as possible. Instructors will try to re-schedule a student-canceled lesson, but may be unable to do so. 4. Dropped lessons: Students who arrange for lessons and later drop them will be charged the following: after one lesson, charged for two; after two lessons, charged for four; after three lessons, charged for six; after four lessons, charged for eight, after five lessons, charged for ten; after six lessons, charged for twelve. No refund can be made if a student drops after mid-semester. 5. Grading: Music 101 is graded on a Credit/No Credit basis only. (This does not count in the optional Cr/NCr courses open to juniors and seniors.) In addition to regular attendance, students are expected to practice each week and to show satisfactory progress during the semester in order to earn credit. Students taking the course for one-half unit are encouraged to participate in at least one informal student performance. 6. Use of Practice Facilities: Practice rooms in the Performing Arts building are available 24 hours a day to students enrolled in music courses. All current members of the Reed community (students, faculty, and staff) are invited to use the facility from 8:30 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. daily. The use of electronic equipment (e.g. amplifiers) is limited to specific practice rooms and should be cleared through Denise VanLeuven. 8

9 AMERICAN STUDIES AMER 470 Y Thesis (American Studies) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA AMER 470 Y Thesis (American Studies) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 211 F01 Introduction to Anthropology 1.0 Somda T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM VOLLUM ANTH 211 F02 Introduction to Anthropology 1.0 Handman T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM VOLLUM ANTH 211 F03 Introduction to Anthropology 1.0 CANCELED ANTH 211 F04 Introduction to Anthropology 1.0 Somda T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM VOLLUM ANTH 211 F05 Introduction to Anthropology 1.0 Silverstein M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM ELIOT ANTH 211 F06 Introduction to Anthropology 1.0 Silverstein M-W 6:10 PM-7:30 PM ELIOT ANTH 321 F Hunting-Gathering Societies 1.0 CANCELED ANTH 333 F Persons,Things,Relations:Melo 1.0 Handman T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM PERF ANTH 347 F Memory and Slavery in Africa 1.0 Somda W 6:10 PM-9:00 PM VOLLUM ANTH 348 F Languages of the Americas 1.0 Brightman T 6:10 PM-9:00 PM ELIOT ANTH 372 F Indians & Northrn Native Amers 1.0 Brightman M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM ELIOT 301A ANTH 374 F Urban Anthropology 1.0 Silverstein T 6:10 PM-9:00 PM ELIOT ANTH 384 F Gifts and Goods 1.0 Miller W 6:10 PM-9:00 PM VOLLUM ANTH 414 F01 Person, Self & Subject 1.0 Miller T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM VOLLUM ANTH 414 F02 Person, Self & Subject 1.0 Miller T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM VOLLUM ANTH 470 Y Thesis (Anthropology) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA ANTH 211 S Introduction to Anthropology 1.0 Miller T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM VOLLUM ANTH 305 S Musical Ethnography 1.0 Luker M 6:10 PM-9:00 PM PERF ANTH 315 S01 Language and Colonialism 1.0 Handman T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM PERF ANTH 315 S02 Language and Colonialism 1.0 Handman T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM VOLLUM ANTH 343 S African Temporalities 1.0 Somda W 6:10 PM-9:00 PM VOLLUM ANTH 361 S Middle East:Culture & Politics 1.0 Silverstein T 6:10 PM-9:00 PM ELIOT ANTH 373 S Social Gender & Indian Nations 1.0 Carpentier T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM VOLLUM ANTH 386 S Development & Humanitarianism 1.0 Miller T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM PERF ANTH 388 S Women in Life-Cycle Rituals 1.0 Somda T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM VOLLUM ANTH 391 S Legal Anthropology 1.0 Carpentier T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM VOLLUM ANTH 440 S Translation&Boundaries of Diff 1.0 Handman M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM PERF ANTH 461 S Theories of Practice 1.0 Silverstein M-W 6:10 PM-7:30 PM ELIOT ANTH 470 Y Thesis (Anthropology) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA 9

10 ART ART 161 F01 Visual Concepts 1.0 Chernow M-W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 161 F02 Visual Concepts 1.0 Calvert M-W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 201 F01 Introduction to Art History 1.0 Katz T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM LIB ART 201 F02 Introduction to Art History 1.0 Katz T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM LIB ART 201 F03 Introduction to Art History 1.0 Matteini M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM VOLLUM ART 240 F Art and Language 1.0 Ondrizek M-W 9:00 AM-11:50 AM ART ART 271 F Painting I 1.0 Calvert M-W 7:10 PM-10:00 PM ART ART 281 F Sculpture I 1.0 Ondrizek M-W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 290 F Art and Photography I 1.0 Miyoshi T-Th 6:10 PM-9:00 PM ART ART 301 F Recent Writing about Art 0.5 Chowdhury/Matteini W 6:10 PM-8:00 PM LIB ART 316 F Medieval Manuscript Illuminatn 1.0 Diebold M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM LIB ART 340 F Art in19th-c Imperial Meridian 1.0 Chowdhury T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM LIB ART 373 F Internet Literacy and Practice 1.0 Miyoshi T-Th 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 381 F Intermed Sculp & Multimedia I 1.0 Ondrizek T-Th 9:00 AM-11:50 AM ART ART 390 F Arts at the Qing Court 1.0 Matteini T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM LIB ART 470 Y Thesis (Art) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA ART 161 S01 Visual Concepts 1.0 Miyoshi M-W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 161 S02 Visual Concepts 1.0 Calvert T-Th 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 201 S01 Introduction to Art History 1.0 Chowdhury T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM LIB ART 201 S02 Introduction to Art History 1.0 CANCELED ART 272 S Painting II 1.0 Calvert M-W 7:10 PM-10:00 PM ART ART 282 S Sculpture II 1.0 Ondrizek M-W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 283 S Contingent Objects 1.0 Chernow T-Th 9:00 AM-11:50 AM ART ART 295 S Digital Imaging/Processing 1.0 Miyoshi T-Th 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 310 S Art Italian Renaissance Courts 1.0 Katz T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM LIB ART 341 S Architecture in 19th-C Europe 1.0 CANCELED ART 354 S01 Performing Mediation 1.0 Cohen T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM LIB ART 354 S02 Performing Mediation 1.0 Cohen T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM LIB ART 360 S Art and Photography II 1.0 Miyoshi T-Th 6:10 PM-9:00 PM ART ART 365 S Intersection: Arch,Land,Sculpt 1.0 Ondrizek M-W 9:00 AM-11:50 AM ART ART 371 S Intermed Paint,Draw,Printmak I 1.0 Calvert M-W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM ART ART 410 S Medievalism: Modern & Postmod 1.0 Diebold M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM LIB ART 470 Y Thesis (Art) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA 10

11 BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY BMB 470 Y Thesis(Biochem/Molecular Bio) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA BMB 470 Y Thesis(Biochem/Molecular Bio) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA BIOLOGY BIOL 101 F Introductory Biology I 1.0 Staff T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM VOLLUM VLH BIOL 101 F01 Intro Bio Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff M 12:00 PM-12:50 PM VOLLUM VLH NOTE: For students with an academic class conflict, a video option is available for the lab-lecture BIOL 101 F02 Intro Bio Lab-Lecture VIDEO 0.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA NOTE: The video lab-lecture is for students who have an academic class conflict at noon. Please register for the noon lab-lecture if you do not have such a conflict BIOL 101 FFC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FFN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FMC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff M 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FMN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff M 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FRC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FRN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FTC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FTN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FWC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 101 FWN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 5 NOTE: BIOL 101 has a lecture (F), lab-lecture (F01-F02) and lab (FFC-FWN) component. Sign up for the lecture, one lab-lecture and one lab BIOL 246 F Molecular Evolution 0.5 Schlenke T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM BIOL BIOL 272 F Reproductive Biology 0.5 McClellan M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM BIOL 200A BIOL 322 F Plant Physiology 1.0 Dalton M-W-F 11:00 AM-11:50 AM BIOL BIOL 322 FL1 Plant Physiology 0.0 Dalton T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 322 FL2 Plant Physiology 0.0 Dalton W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 219 NOTE: BIOL 322 has a lecture (F) and lab (FL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 342 F Animal Behavior 1.0 Renn W-F 8:30 AM-9:50 AM BIOL BIOL 342 FL1 Animal Behavior 0.0 Renn W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 342 FL2 Animal Behavior 0.0 Renn Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 211 NOTE: BIOL 342 has a lecture (F) and lab (FL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab. 11

12 11057 BIOL 356 F Genetics and Gene Regulation 1.0 Shampay M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM BIOL BIOL 356 FL1 Genetics and Gene Regulation 0.0 Shampay Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 356 FL2 Genetics and Gene Regulation 0.0 Shampay F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 105 NOTE: BIOL 356 has a lecture (F) and lab (FL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 381 F Animal Physiology 1.0 Zornik T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM PHYSIC BIOL 381 FL1 Animal Physiology 0.0 Zornik T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 381 FL2 Animal Physiology 0.0 Zornik W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 107 NOTE: BIOL 381 has a lecture (F) and lab (FL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 431 F01 Sem: Cellular Regulation 0.5 McClellan T 6:10 PM-8:00 PM BIOL BIOL 431 F02 Sem: Mobile DNA 0.5 Schaack W 6:10 PM-8:00 PM BIOL 200A BIOL 431 F03 Sem:Bacterial Pathogenesis 0.5 Mellies W 7:10 PM-9:00 PM PHYSIC 240A BIOL 431 F04 Sem: Conservation Biology 0.5 Kaplan T 6:10 PM-8:00 PM BIOL 200A BIOL 431 F05 Sem: Human Evolution & Ecology 0.5 Schlenke Th 6:10 PM-8:00 PM BIOL 200A BIOL 463 F Immunology 0.5 Mellies T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM BIOL BIOL 470 Y Thesis (Biology) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA BIOL 102 S Introductory Biology II 1.0 Staff T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM VOLLUM VLH BIOL 102 S01 Intro Bio Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff M 12:00 PM-12:50 PM VOLLUM VLH NOTE: For students with an academic class conflict, a video option is available for the lab-lecture BIOL 102 S02 Intro Bio Lab-Lecture VIDEO 0.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA NOTE: The video lab-lecture is for students who have an academic class conflict at noon. Please register for the noon lab-lecture if you do not have such a conflict BIOL 102 SFC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 SFN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 SMC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff M 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 SMN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff M 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 SRC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 SRN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 STC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 STN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 SWC Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 102 SWN Intro Bio Lab 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 5 NOTE: BIOL 102 has a lecture (S), lab-lecture (S01-S02) and lab (SFC-SWN) component. Sign up for the lecture, one lab-lecture and one lab BIOL 256 S Human Genetics 0.5 Shampay M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM ELIOT 207 NOTE: Consent of instructor is required for students who have completed Biology 356, 361, or

13 30952 BIOL 315 S Evolution 1.0 Schlenke T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM PHYSIC BIOL 315 SL1 Evolution 0.0 Schlenke Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 315 SL2 Evolution 0.0 Schlenke F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 211 NOTE: BIOL 315 has a lecture (S) and lab (SL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 351 S Developmental Biology 1.0 Cerveny T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM BIOL BIOL 351 SL1 Developmental Biology 0.0 Cerveny W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 351 SL2 Developmental Biology 0.0 Cerveny Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 219 NOTE: BIOL 351 has a lecture (S) and lab (SL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 358 S Microbiology 1.0 Mellies M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM BIOL BIOL 358 SL1 Microbiology 0.0 Mellies T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 358 SL2 Microbiology 0.0 Mellies F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 107 NOTE: BIOL 358 has a lecture (S) and lab (SL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 363 S Genes, Genetics, & Genomes 1.0 Schaack T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM PHYSIC BIOL 363 SL1 Genes, Genetics, & Genomes 0.0 Schaack T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 363 SL2 Genes, Genetics, & Genomes 0.0 Schaack Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 105 NOTE: BIOL 363 has a lecture (S) and lab (SL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 372 S Cellular Biology 1.0 McClellan T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM BIOL BIOL 372 SL1 Cellular Biology 0.0 McClellan W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL BIOL 372 SL2 Cellular Biology 0.0 McClellan Th 1:10 PM-5:00 PM BIOL 207 NOTE: BIOL 372 has a lecture (S) and lab (SL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab BIOL 431 S01 Sem: Climate Change Biology 0.5 Dalton T 6:10 PM-8:00 PM PSYCH BIOL 431 S02 Sem:Behavioral Genomics 0.5 Renn Th 6:10 PM-8:00 PM BIOL 200A BIOL 431 S03 Sem:Neuroethology 0.5 Zornik T 6:10 PM-8:00 PM BIOL 200A BIOL 431 S04 Sem: Chromosome Structure 0.5 Shampay M 6:10 PM-8:00 PM BIOL 200A BIOL 470 Y Thesis (Biology) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CHEMISTRY CHEM 101 F01 Molecular Structure&Properties 1.0 Fry M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM PSYCH 105 NOTE: The CHEM 101 section at 10:00 am is not continued in the spring semester. The only CHEM 102 lecture in the spring will be offered at 11:00 am. Students intending to enroll in both CHEM 101 and CHEM 102 should not sign up for a year-long course (i.e. Humanities or Language) that meets at 11:00 am CHEM 101 F02 Molecular Structure&Properties 1.0 Kliegman M-W-F 11:00 AM-11:50 AM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 101 F11 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Fry W 1:10 PM-2:00 PM CHEM

14 10235 CHEM 101 F12 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Fry W 2:10 PM-3:00 PM CHEM CHEM 101 F13 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Fry Th 11:00 AM-11:50 AM CHEM CHEM 101 F14 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Fry Th 3:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM CHEM 101 F21 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Kliegman W 3:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM CHEM 101 F22 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Kliegman W 4:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM CHEM 101 F23 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Kliegman Th 1:10 PM-2:00 PM CHEM CHEM 101 F24 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Kliegman Th 2:10 PM-3:00 PM CHEM CHEM 101 FL1 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Staff M 2:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 101 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 101 FL2 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Staff T 9:00 AM-11:50 AM CHEM 308 CHEM 101 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 101 FL3 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 101 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 101 FL4 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 101 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 101 FL5 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Staff Th 9:00 AM-11:50 AM CHEM 308 CHEM 101 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 101 FL6 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Staff Th 1:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 101 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 101 FL7 Molecular Structure&Properties 0.0 Staff F 2:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 101 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH NOTE: CHEM 101 has a lecture (F01-02), conference (F11-24), lab (FL1-7), and lab-lecture component. Sign up for one lab, one lecture, and one associated conference, and you will be added to the lab-lecture. You must take a conference associated with the lecture you select: if you register for CHEM 101 F01, sign up for CHEM 101 F11-F14; if you register for CHEM 101 F02, sign up for CHEM 101 F21-F CHEM 201 F01 Organic Chemistry I 1.0 Shusterman M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM ELIOT 314 NOTE: There are scheduling differences between fall and spring. Students intending to enroll in both CHEM 201 and CHEM 202 should not sign up for a course that meets at 9:00 am in the spring CHEM 201 F02 Organic Chemistry I 1.0 Shusterman T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM ELIOT 314 NOTE: There are scheduling differences between fall and spring. Students intending to enroll in both CHEM 201 and CHEM 202 should not sign up for a course that meets at 9:00 am in the spring. 14

15 10247 CHEM 201 FL1 Organic Chemistry I 0.0 Staff M 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 209 CHEM 201 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff Th 6:40 PM-7:30 PM ELIOT CHEM 201 FL2 Organic Chemistry I 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 209 CHEM 201 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff Th 6:40 PM-7:30 PM ELIOT CHEM 201 FL3 Organic Chemistry I 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 209 CHEM 201 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff Th 6:40 PM-7:30 PM ELIOT CHEM 201 FL4 Organic Chemistry I 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 209 CHEM 201 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff Th 6:40 PM-7:30 PM ELIOT 314 NOTE: CHEM 201 has a lecture (F01-02), lab (FL1-4), and lab-lecture component. Sign up for one lecture and one lab, and you will be added to the lab-lecture CHEM 311 F Analytical Chemistry 1.0 Gerrity/Walsh T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM CHEM CHEM 311 FL1 Analytical Chemistry 0.0 Staff Th 12:40 PM-4:30 PM CHEM CHEM 311 FL2 Analytical Chemistry 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM CHEM 311 FL3 Analytical Chemistry 0.0 CANCELED NOTE: CHEM 311 has a lecture (F) and lab (FL1-3) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab CHEM 333 F Quantum Mechanics & Mol Struct 1.0 Gerrity M-W-F 9:00 AM-9:50 AM CHEM 301 (CHEM 333 meets one additional day per week for conference): Gerrity Th 9:30 AM-10:20 AM CHEM CHEM 343 F Adv Synth Organic Chemistry 1.0 LaLonde M-W-F 11:00 AM-11:50 AM CHEM CHEM 343 FL1 Adv Synth Organic Chemistry 0.0 LaLonde M 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM CHEM 391 F Structural Biochemistry 0.5 Glasfeld T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM ELIOT CHEM 470 Y Thesis (Chemistry) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CHEM 102 S Chemical Reactivity 1.0 Walsh M-W-F 11:00 AM-11:50 AM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 102 S11 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Walsh W 2:10 PM-3:00 PM CHEM CHEM 102 S12 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Walsh W 3:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM CHEM 102 S13 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Walsh W 4:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM CHEM 102 S14 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Walsh Th 11:01 AM-11:50 AM CHEM CHEM 102 S15 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Walsh Th 1:10 PM-2:00 PM CHEM CHEM 102 S16 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Walsh Th 2:10 PM-3:00 PM CHEM CHEM 102 SL1 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Staff M 2:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 102 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH 15

16 30325 CHEM 102 SL2 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Staff T 9:00 AM-11:50 AM CHEM 308 CHEM 102 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 102 SL3 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 102 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 102 SL4 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 102 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 102 SL5 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Staff Th 1:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 102 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH CHEM 102 SL6 Chemical Reactivity 0.0 Staff F 2:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 308 CHEM 102 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM VLH NOTE: CHEM 102 has a lecture (S), conference (S11-16), lab (SL1-7), and lab-lecture component. Sign up for one lab, one lecture, and one conference, and you will be added to the lab-lecture CHEM 202 S Organic Chemistry II 1.0 LaLonde M-W-F 9:00 AM-9:50 AM ELIOT CHEM 202 S01 Organic Chemistry II 0.0 Staff Th 9:30 AM-10:20 AM PHYSIC 240A CHEM 202 S02 Organic Chemistry II 0.0 Staff Th 10:30 AM-11:20 AM PHYSIC 240A CHEM 202 S03 Organic Chemistry II 0.0 Staff Th 12:00 PM-12:50 PM PHYSIC 240A CHEM 202 S04 Organic Chemistry II 0.0 Staff Th 1:10 PM-2:00 PM PHYSIC 240A CHEM 202 SL1 Organic Chemistry II 0.0 Staff M 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 209 CHEM 202 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff Th 6:10 PM-7:00 PM ELIOT CHEM 202 SL2 Organic Chemistry II 0.0 Staff T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 209 CHEM 202 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff Th 6:10 PM-7:00 PM ELIOT CHEM 202 SL3 Organic Chemistry II 0.0 Staff W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 209 CHEM 202 Lab-Lecture 0.0 Staff Th 6:10 PM-7:00 PM ELIOT 314 NOTE: CHEM 202 has a lecture (S), conference (S01-S04), lab (SL1-3), and lab-lecture component. Sign up for the lecture, one conference, and one lab, and you will be added to the lab-lecture CHEM 212 S Intro Inorganic Chemistry 1.0 Kliegman M-W-F 11:00 AM-11:50 AM CHEM CHEM 212 S01 Intro Inorganic Chemistry 0.0 Kliegman T 4:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM CHEM 212 SL1 Intro Inorganic Chemistry 0.0 Kliegman W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM CHEM 212 SL2 Intro Inorganic Chemistry 0.0 Kliegman F 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 214 NOTE: CHEM 212 has a lecture (S), conference (S01), and lab (SL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture, conference, and one lab CHEM 230 S Environmental Chemistry 0.5 Fry T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM CHEM

17 30246 CHEM 316 S Physical Chemistry Laboratory 0.5 Gerrity T 10:30 AM-11:50 AM CHEM CHEM 316 SLL Physical Chemistry Laboratory 0.0 Gerrity Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM CHEM 301 NOTE: CHEM 316 has a lecture (S) and lab-lecture (SLL) component. Sign up for the lecture and the lab-lecture CHEM 324 S Adv Physical Organic Chem 0.5 Shusterman M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM CHEM CHEM 332 S Statistical Thermodynamics 1.0 Gerrity M-W-F 9:00 AM-9:50 AM CHEM CHEM 332 S01 Statistical Thermodynamics 0.0 Gerrity Th 9:30 AM-10:20 AM CHEM CHEM 332 S02 Statistical Thermodynamics 0.0 Gerrity Th 3:10 PM-4:00 PM CHEM 301 NOTE: CHEM 332 has a lecture (S) and conference (S01-02) component. Sign up for the lecture and one conference CHEM 334 S Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 1.0 Kliegman T 2:40 PM-4:00 PM CHEM CHEM 392 S Metabolic Biochemistry 0.5 Glasfeld T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM CHEM CHEM 394 S Biochemical Methods 0.5 Glasfeld M 6:10 PM-7:00 PM CHEM CHEM 394 SL1 Biochemical Methods 0.0 Glasfeld T 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM CHEM 394 SL2 Biochemical Methods 0.0 Glasfeld W 1:10 PM-5:00 PM CHEM 313 NOTE: CHEM 394 has a lecture (S) and lab (SL1-2) component. Sign up for the lecture and one lab CHEM 470 Y Thesis (Chemistry) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CPHY 470 Y Thesis(Chemistry-Physics) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CPHY 470 Y Thesis(Chemistry-Physics) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CHINESE NOTE: Some literature courses are offered in English as well as the original language. For courses offered in English, please see the Literature section. Courses listed in the individual language departments are taught in the original language and require proficiency in that language. See course descriptions for details CHIN 110 Y01 First Year Chinese 1.0 Staff M-T-W-Th-F 12:00 PM-12:50 PM ELIOT CHIN 110 Y02 First Year Chinese 1.0 Staff M-T-W-Th-F 12:00 PM-12:50 PM ELIOT CHIN 210 Y Second Year Chinese 1.0 Staff M-T-W-Th-F 12:00 PM-12:50 PM ELIOT CHIN 311 F Third Year Chinese 1.0 Staff M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM ELIOT CHIN 328 F Aesthetics-Med Chinese Poetry 1.0 Tsai T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM PERF CHIN 334 F Yijing: Text and Tradition 1.0 Rhew M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM ELIOT CHIN 412 F Selctd Topics in Chinese Lit 1.0 Jiang M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM ELIOT

18 10013 CHIN 470 Y Thesis (Chinese) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CHIN 110 Y01 First Year Chinese 1.0 Staff M-T-W-Th-F 12:00 PM-12:50 PM ELIOT CHIN 110 Y02 First Year Chinese 1.0 Staff M-T-W-Th-F 12:00 PM-12:50 PM ELIOT CHIN 210 Y Second Year Chinese 1.0 Staff M-T-W-Th-F 12:00 PM-12:50 PM ELIOT CHIN 316 S Classical Chinese 1.0 Rhew M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM ELIOT CHIN 326 S Knight-Errant Trad-Chinese Lit 1.0 Tsai M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM ELIOT CHIN 369 S Sentimentalizing Modernity 1.0 Jiang T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM ELIOT CHIN 470 Y Thesis (Chinese) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CLASSICS CLAS 373 F Ancient History: Rome 1.0 Millender T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM ETC CLAS 470 Y Thesis (Classics) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CLAS 362 S Classical Mythology 1.0 Seidman T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM ETC CLAS 375 S Women in Ancient World 1.0 Millender T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM ETC CLAS 470 Y Thesis (Classics) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CLASSICS-RELIGION CLRE 470 Y Thesis (Classics-Religion) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CLRE 470 Y Thesis (Classics-Religion) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA CREATIVE WRITING NOTE: A writing sample must be submitted to the instructor for admission to all Creative Writing courses by noon on Wednesday, November 5, Please see details at Additional deadline dates will be provided for later registration periods CRWR 201 F01 Intro Creative Wr-Short Story 1.0 Jaffe T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM PHYSIC CRWR 201 F02 Intro Creative Wr-Short Story 1.0 Jaffe T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM PHYSIC CRWR 224 F Poetry Stu I: Awake & Connect 1.0 Bashir T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM VOLLUM CRWR 321 F Special Topics Studio: Action 1.0 Jaffe W 6:10 PM-9:00 PM VOLLUM CRWR 331 F Sp Topics: Adv Poetry Workshop 1.0 Bashir W 9:00 AM-11:50 AM PERF CRWR 207 S Intro Cr Nonfict: Pers Essay 1.0 Jaffe T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM VOLLUM CRWR 274 S Poetry Studio II:Writing Place 1.0 Bashir T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM VOLLUM

19 30866 CRWR 321 S Race & Creative Imagination 1.0 Jaffe T 6:10 PM-9:00 PM VOLLUM CRWR 331 S Flash Mob-Multimedia Poetries 1.0 Bashir W 9:00 AM-11:50 AM ETC 211 DANCE DANC 111 F Intro Dance: Studio I 0.5 Mann T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM PERF 240 NOTE: DANC 111 can be used for both academic credit and Physical Education credit, but students must sign up for the course both as DANC and as PE. Students must also be registered in the DANC component in order to receive PE credit DANC 201 F Intro Dance: History & Culture 1.0 Rosa T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM PERF DANC 211 F Contemporary Dance I 1.0 Tran T-Th 4:10 PM-5:30 PM PERF 240 NOTE: DANC 211 can be used for both academic credit and Physical Education credit, but students must sign up for the course both as DANC and as PE. Students must also be registered in the DANC component in order to receive PE credit DANC 260 F Dances of Bali, Indonesia 1.0 Tran T 2:40 PM-4:00 PM PERF 105 (DANC 260 meets one day per week in a different room): Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM PERF DANC 312 F Contemporary Dance IV 1.0 Mann M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM PERF 240 NOTE: DANC 312 can be used for both academic credit and Physical Education credit, but students must sign up for the course both as DANC and as PE. Students must also be registered in the DANC component in order to receive PE credit DANC 112 S01 Intro Dance: Studio II 0.5 Mann T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM PERF DANC 112 S02 Intro Dance: Studio II 1.0 Mann T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM PERF 240 NOTE: DANC 112 can be used for both academic credit and Physical Education credit. Students must be registered in the DANC component for academic credit, as either.5 or 1 units. Be sure you are registered for the appropriate section, with the appropriate number of units. Students registered in DANC may additionally register for the PE component, included in the PE course listings. Inquire with the instructor for more information on each credit option DANC 212 S Contemporary Dance II 1.0 CANCELED NOTE: DANC 212 can be used for both academic credit and Physical Education credit, but students must sign up for the course both as DANC and as PE. Students must also be registered in the DANC component in order to receive PE credit DANC 215 S Intro to Afro-Brazilian Dance 0.5 Rosa T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM PERF DANC 252 S01 Improvisation 0.5 Mann M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM PERF DANC 252 S02 Improvisation 1.0 Mann M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM PERF 240 NOTE: DANC 252 can be used for both academic credit and Physical Education credit. Students must be registered in the DANC component for academic credit, as either.5 or 1 units. Be sure you are registered for the appropriate section, with the appropriate number of units. Students registered in DANC may additionally register for the PE component, included in the PE course listings. Inquire with the instructor for more information on each credit option. 19

20 30933 DANC 321 SCR Contemp Performance Ensemble 0.5 Mann T-Th 4:10 PM-5:30 PM PERF DANC 321 SNC Contemp Performance Ensemble 0.0 Mann T-Th 4:10 PM-5:30 PM PERF DANC 321 SC2 Contemp Performance Ensemble 0.5 Tran T-Th 4:10 PM-5:30 PM PERF DANC 321 SN2 Contemp Performance Ensemble 0.0 Tran T-Th 4:10 PM-5:30 PM PERF 240 NOTE: DANC 321 can be used for both academic credit and Physical Education credit. Students must be registered in the DANC component for academic credit, as either 0 or.5 units. Be sure you are registered for the appropriate section, with the appropriate number of units. Students registered in DANC may additionally register for the PE component, included in the PE course listings. Inquire with the instructor for more information on each credit option DANC 346 S Jazz: Music, Dance, Embodiment 1.0 Wells T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM PERF DANC 360 S Queer Dance: Gender, Sexuality 1.0 Rosa M-W 6:10 PM-7:30 PM PERF 130 DANCE-THEATRE THDC 470 Y Thesis (Theatre/Dance) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA THDC 470 Y Thesis (Theatre/Dance) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA ECONOMICS ECON 201 F01 Intro to Economic Analysis 1.0 Clausing T-Th 9:00 AM-10:20 AM VOLLUM ECON 201 F02 Intro to Economic Analysis 1.0 Clausing T-Th 10:30 AM-11:50 AM VOLLUM ECON 201 F03 Intro to Economic Analysis 1.0 Clausing T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM VOLLUM ECON 304 F Intermediate Macroeconomics 1.0 Parker M-W-F 9:00 AM-9:50 AM VOLLUM ECON 311 F Survey of Econometric Methods 1.0 CANCELED ECON 313 F Microeconomic Theory 1.0 Rork M-W-F 11:00 AM-11:50 AM VOLLUM ECON 315 F Game Theory 1.0 Rork M-W-F 1:10 PM-2:00 PM VOLLUM ECON 341 F Monetary and Fiscal Policy 1.0 Parker M-W-F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM VOLLUM ECON 349 F Political Economics 1.0 CANCELED ECON 352 F Natural Resource Economics 1.0 CANCELED ECON 354 F Econ of Science & Technology 1.0 Parker M-W-F 12:00 PM-12:50 PM VOLLUM ECON 359 F Economics of Education 1.0 Lau T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM VOLLUM ECON 391 F Health Economics 1.0 Wilson T-Th 1:10 PM-2:30 PM VOLLUM ECON 392 F Health in Poor Countries 1.0 Wilson T-Th 2:40 PM-4:00 PM VOLLUM ECON 401 F Behavioral Econ & Econ Policy 0.5 Rork M-W 3:10 PM-4:30 PM VOLLUM ECON 470 Y Thesis (Economics) 1.0 Staff TBA TBA TBA 20

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