Summer 2020 Partial Term classes offered as of Saturday, 07/11/2020 at 08:00 AM
sched_ptrmSummer report generated: 11-JUL-20
ANTH 302Anthropology of Religion33103905/26-07/17
ANTH 305Human Evolutionary Health33104005/26-07/17
ART 100Global Perspectives in Art33100505/26-07/17
BA 250Financial Accounting43106805/26-07/17
BA 340Principles of Marketing43106905/26-07/17
BA 360Principles of Finance43107005/26-07/17
BA 370Principles of Management43107105/26-07/17
BIOL 102Human Biology33100605/26-07/17
BIOL 102LHuman Biology Lab13100705/26-07/17
COMM 300American Public Discourse33105205/26-07/17
ES 308Multi-Ethnic Resistance (U.S.)33105805/26-07/17
ESM 305Environ Conflict Resolution33101405/26-07/17

Environ Conflict Resolution - ACT
ESM 308Ecotopia33101605/26-07/17
GEOG 100CritThinking:Tech&DigitalWorld33110505/26-07/17
GEOG 300Global Awareness33101705/26-07/17
GEOL 106Earthquake Country33105705/26-07/17
GSP 101Geospatial Concepts23101805/26-07/17
GSP 101LGeospatial Concepts Lab13101905/26-07/17
GSP 270Geographic Information Science33102005/26-07/17

Geographic Information Science - LAB
GSP 316Cartography43102205/26-07/17

Cartography - LAB
HED 231Basic Human Nutrition33107705/26-07/17
HED 400Sound Mind-Sound Body33112905/26-07/17
HIST 110U.S. History to 187733102405/26-07/17
JMC 302Mass Media and Popular Arts33102505/26-07/17
JMC 309Analyzing Mass Media Messages33102605/26-07/17
MATH 109Calculus I43102705/26-07/17
MUS 104Intro to Music33102805/26-07/17
NAS 104Intro to Nat American Studies33105905/26-07/17
NAS 306Indigenous Peoples of Americas33106005/26-07/17
PHIL 309BPerspectives:Hum,Sci,Soc Sci33106105/26-07/17
PSCI 110American Government33102905/26-07/17
PSYC 311Human Development33103105/26-07/17
PSYC 321Intro Behavioral Neuroscience33103205/26-07/17
PSYC 335Social Psychology33103305/26-07/17
RS 105World Religions33103405/26-07/17
RS 300Living Myths33105005/26-07/17
STAT 109Introductory Biostatistics43103505/26-07/17

Introductory Biostatistics - ACT
SW 101Intro to SW & SW Institutions33103705/26-07/17

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* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on July 1st.
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* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
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