Summer 2014 ONLINE classes as of Sunday, 04/20/2014 at 05:25 PM
sched_onlSummer report generated: 20-APR-14
Class
#
Units
Gen Ed
Notes*
Fee
Dates
Days
Time
Room
Instructor
Cap
Enr
Avail*
Wait Cap*
Wait Tot*
Texts
ANTH 104 Cultural Anthropology310573D1
$005/27-07/18
-ONLRobertson,RE45837250Texts
ANTH 302 Anthropology of Religion310583UDD
$005/27-07/18
-ONLSmith,LF45441254Texts
ART 100 Global Perspectives in Art310593C1
$005/27-07/18
-ONLWeiderman,KW30300254Texts
BA 250 Financial Accounting310764

$005/27-07/18
-ONLLancaster,KA301515250Texts
BA 252 Management Accounting310784

$005/27-07/18
-ONLThomas,MF301119250Texts
BA 360 Principles of Finance310794

$005/27-07/18
-ONLByrne,D3031-1253Texts
COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm310983A2
$005/27-07/18
-ONLHahn,LK271215100Texts
ENVS 308 Ecotopia311003UDB
$005/27-07/18
-ONLMurphy,JF3031-11010Texts
ES 105 Intro to U.S. Ethnic Studies311043D3
$005/27-07/18
-ONLBell,RJ301713150Texts
GEOL 106 Earthquake Country311063B4
$005/27-07/18
-ONLHemphill-Haley,MA301020150Texts
JMC 302 Mass Media and Popular Arts311103UDC
$005/27-07/18
-ONLPike,DM40400202Texts
JMC 309 Analyzing Mass Media Messages311113CWT
$005/27-07/18
-ONLBurstiner,MI452520150Texts
NAS 306 Native People of North America311153UDD
$005/27-07/18
-ONLMarshall,RL30291156Texts
PHIL 100 Logic311203A3
$005/27-07/18
-ONLGoodman,MF401327250Texts
PSCI 110 American Government311233

$005/27-07/18
-ONLBurkhalter,SE454232522Texts
PSCI 303 Third World Politics311243UDD
$005/27-07/18
-ONLZerbe,NR35296200Texts
PSYC 311 Human Development311273

$005/27-07/18
-ONLHowe,TR30237150Texts
STAT 108 Elementary Statistics311374B3
$005/27-07/18
-ONLRizzardi,MA27270154Texts
        Activity

B3

05/27-07/18
-ONLRizzardi,MA27270154 
STAT 109 Introductory Biostatistics311394B3
$005/27-07/18
-ONLKim,YG27270154Texts
        Activity

B3

05/27-07/18
-ONLKim,YG27270154 
SW 420 Decolonizing SW/Indigenous Com311411.5


06/09-08/01
-ONLBowen,S25223150Texts



* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Reserve are seats reserved for new students
* Avail are the number of seats open to all students
* Wait Cap are the waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot are the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (this helps departments determine class demand and may result in additional sections)

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections should also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.