Spring Schedule of Classes

Academic Advising and Registration Process

STEP 1: CLEAR HOLDS

All academic, financial and administrative holds that prevent registration must be cleared with the respective office(s) before you will be allowed to register. Holds may be viewed on Access Florida Tech.

STEP 2: ADVISING

You must be advised prior to registration. Your advisor will indicate approval of your semester course plan by signing the registration form. Registration via Access Florida Tech – Student Academics tab is permissible at your registration time and afterward, if your faculty advisor has verified that advising has occurred. You are permitted to register only for courses that were approved in writing by your faculty advisor.

Undergraduate students registering for more than 21 credit hours for spring or fall semesters, or more than 13 credit hours for any of the summer terms, must have their registration forms signed by the dean of the appropriate college as well as their advisor.

STEP 3: REGISTRATION

At your scheduled registration time and any time thereafter through the first week of classes, you may register through Access Florida Tech or bring your signed registration form to the Registration Center. Before leaving the Registration Center you will receive your class schedule. Please verify your schedule for accuracy and notify registration personnel of any errors. You may view your class schedule from Access Florida Tech.

Once registered, you may switch sections and drop courses without advisor approval through the end of the first week of classes. Beginning the following Monday, all registration business must be conducted at the Registration Center.

Withdrawal from the university must take place at the Registration Center.

Spring Registration Details 

Co/Prerequisite Courses

Check the 2013–2014 University Catalog or through the online Course Catalog for course descriptions and co/prerequisite requirements.

Co/prerequisites are checked by the BANNER student system. If you have successfully completed a course that is a listed corequisite of a course for which you are planning to register, you may request a waiver of the corerequisite by contacting the Registrar's Office by email to coreq@fit.edu.

To waive a co/prerequisite students must:

  1. Complete the Co/prerequisite Waiver Request form also available from your advisor or the Registration Center.
     
  2. Present the completed form to your faculty advisor for review. Your advisor will agree or disagree with your written justification and sign the form.
     
  3. Take the signed form to the academic unit offering the course to request approval of the waiver. If the waiver is approved, the academic unit head or designee of the academic unit offering the course will sign the waiver form.
     
  4. Bring the form to the Registration Center to officially enroll in the class.

Prerequisite Requirement for Registration

To ensure proper completion of prerequisite courses, any Melbourne campus student who fails or receives an incomplete for a course that is a listed prerequisite for a course in which they register the following term, will have that course automatically dropped as soon as the incomplete or failing grade is posted to the student's record.

The student should work with their advisor to update their program plan or request to retake the failed prerequisite.

Closed Classes

Certain classes may be closed at the time you register. If you want to enter a closed class, you must complete a Closed Class form, also available from the Registration Center or your academic unit. Take the form to the academic unit offering the course. If the academic unit approves, the academic unit head or designee will sign the form. Bring the signed form to the Registration Center within 24 hours or by 5 p.m. the next day to officially enroll in the course. Approved closed class forms are not valid after 5 p.m. the day after approval was obtained.

Class Schedule Changes

A Change in Registration Status form also available at the Registration Center is used for class adds and drops, and for university withdrawal. A schedule change becomes official when a university Change in Registration Status form bearing the required signatures is processed by the Registration Center. Schedule changes may be made online through the first week of classes.

Adding Classes

Classes may be added online or in the Registration Center through the first week of instruction. The last day to add a class during Spring 2014 is Friday, January 10, 2014. Added classes become official when validated and entered into the BANNER student system by the Registration Center.

Registration for any course that is not listed on a Registration form or Change in Registration Status form that your faculty advisor signed is a violation of academic policy and could result in your registration being canceled at any time, either before or after the start of classes.

Required Signatures for Adding Classes

During the first week of classes, no signatures are required for switching sections of the same course. Advisor signature is required for undergraduate students when adding a course not previously approved in writing. During the second week of classes, the Change in Registration Status form must be signed by the respective faculty advisor, the academic unit head or program chair offering the course and the course instructor.

Dropping Classes

Classes dropped beginning Monday, January 13, through Friday, March 14, 2014, must be signed by the advisor and processed at the Registration Center. Class drops are not permitted beginning Monday, March 17, 2014. The deadline to drop Spring 2014 classes without receiving a “W” is Friday, January 17.

Failure to attend classes and/or verbal notification to faculty does not constitute an official class drop. Students who do not attend class and do not file the required paperwork according to university policy will receive a failing grade of F. Requests for retroactive removal of F grades for nonattendance are not granted.

University Withdrawal

Students may officially withdraw from the university by completing Change in Registration Status form and an exit interview questionnaire in the Registrar's Office. Students receiving financial aid must check with the Office of Financial Aid to learn if and how the withdrawal will affect their financial aid status.

General Information

Full-Time Status

For Social Security, veterans administration, insurance and financial aid certification purposes, an undergraduate student must be officially registered for a minimum of twelve (12) credits to be full time. A full-time graduate student must officially be registered for a minimum of nine (9) credits.

Enrollment Verification

Florida Tech has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to act as agent for all verifications of student enrollment and degrees. Please contact the Clearinghouse at service@studentclearinghouse.org or by telephone at (703) 742-4200. You may also visit them at www.studentclearinghouse.org. A direct link to the clearinghouse for free enrollment verification is available from the PAWS Student Records menu.

Student ID Card

Student ID cards are obtained from the Campus Services Office. ID cards are automatically validated each term after registration. These cards must be carried at all times and presented to conduct university business.

Student Directory

The student directory is accessed from the Campus Directory. Directory information will be disclosed in the student directory in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as Amended. Each student must complete the Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information form (available online at www.fit.edu/registrar/forms) and have it processed at the Registrar's Office if they DO NOT choose to supply this information.

Grade Reporting System

The university's grade reporting system is online, giving students fast access to all-important semester and cumulative grade point average information. Students may view and print out their final grades by logging in to the student system using their Tracks ID and password. Final grades are available on Wednesday after final exam week.

Release of Student Information

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) as Amended established a set of regulations governing access to and the release of personal and academic information contained in student education records. FERPA applies to the education records of persons who are or have been in attendance in postsecondary institutions, including students in cooperative or correspondence study programs. FERPA does not apply to records of applicants for admission who have been denied acceptance or, if accepted, do not attend an institution.

Education records are all records that contain information directly related to a student and are maintained by an educational agency or institution, or a party acting for the institution. Exceptions to education records include sole possession records, law enforcement unit records, employment records, health records and alumni records. Rights under FERPA are not given to students enrolled in one component of an institution who seek to be admitted in another component of the institution. It is in violation of FERPA to use a social security number provided by a third party to verify or match data in student records and provide that data to the third party without the student’s written consent.

Under FERPA, the rights accorded to parents transfer to students who have reached the age of 18 or who attend a postsecondary institution. These rights are:

1. The right to inspect and review their education records within 45 days of the day the university receives a request for access. Students should submit to the registrar, dean, head of the academic unit or other appropriate official, written requests that identify the record(s) they wish to inspect. The university official will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the university official to whom the request was submitted, that official shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be made.

2. The right to request amendment of the student’s education records the student believes are inaccurate or misleading. A student should write the university official responsible for the record, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed and why it is felt to be inaccurate or misleading.

FERPA was not intended to provide a process to be used to question substantive judgments that are correctly recorded. The rights of challenge are not intended to allow students to contest, for example, a grade in a course because they felt a higher grade should have been assigned.

If the university decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the university will notify the student of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing.

3. The right to consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s educational records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception that permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the university in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position, including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff; and a person or a company with whom the university has contracted, such as attorney, auditor or collection agent (includes consultants, volunteers and other non-employees performing institutional services and functions).

Disclosure is defined as permitting access to or the release, transfer or other communication of the educational records of a student or the personally identifiable information contained therein to any party orally, in writing, by electronic means or by any other means. Disclosure of confidential information to a school official having a legitimate educational interest does not constitute authorization to share that information with a third party without the student’s written permission.

FERPA allows release of the following directory information to the public without student consent: student’s name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, major field(s) of study, email address, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of athletic team members, dates of attendance, part-time or full-time status, degrees and awards/honors received and the most recent educational institution attended other than Florida Tech. 

Students may prevent the release of directory information by completing a Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information form available online and from the Office of the Registrar. By law, however, a student cannot prevent the release of directory information to the U.S. military for recruiting purposes.

Student consent is required for the release of personally identifiable information such as semester grades, academic record, current academic standing, class schedules and Social Security/student number. Student consent is not legally required for disclosure of this information to certain government agencies/officials, sponsoring agencies and to selected university personnel determined to have a legitimate educational interest in such records. Reports of alcohol or drug policy violations by students under the age of 21 may also be released to those entities. The university may exercise discretion in releasing personally identifiable information.

Students may consent to release personally identifiable information to others by completing the Authorization for Release of Student Information form available online and from the registrar’s office.

Information about the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as Amended, and the full text of the law, may be obtained from the registrar’s office.

4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Florida Tech to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the office that administers FERPA is: Family Compliance Office U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Ave., SW Washington, DC 20202-4605.

The Solomon Amendment established guidelines for the release of directory information to the United States military for recruiting purposes. This Congressional act allows release of the following directory information without student consent to military recruiters for present and previously enrolled students at least 17 years of age: student name, address, date and place of birth, telephone number, level of education, major field(s) of study, degrees received and the educational institution in which the student was most recently enrolled.

Student Right to Know

Florida Tech is in compliance with both the Student Right to Know Act of 1990 and the Campus Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990.

The Office of Security and Safety keeps statistics on compliance with the Campus Awareness and Campus Security Act. These statistics are updated annually and can be found at www.fit.edu/security/crime_stats.php. They are also available on request to other interested parties.

Florida Tech’s six-year graduation rate, based on the 2007 new first-year student cohort, is 54 percent.

Spring Schedule Information

Registration for Spring 2014 for currently enrolled students begins Saturday, November 2, 2013, and continues through Friday, January 10, 2014.

Students may register either at the Registration Center or online through the Student Academics tab in Access Florida Tech. Students will be able to register and add/drop at their assigned time and afterward.

Students using the Registration Center must present a photo ID card and have their registration form approved by their advisor before entering the registration area.

Classes appearing in the published Schedule of Classes were valid at the time of publication. Check for the latest updates online.

Florida Tech reserves the right to add or change without notice, any information pertaining to class offerings, requirements, locations and fees published in the Schedule of Classes. Students are held accountable for all information contained in the schedule and will only receive credit for courses in which they are officially registered.

Registration Information

Advising must occur before your initial registration. You are strongly urged to see your advisor before your registration time.

Once you have initially registered, advisor approval is not required to switch sections or drop classes before the end of the first week of classes. Advisor signature is required for undergraduate students when adding courses not previously approved in writing.

Graduate students may register at any time during the registration period.

Registration priority for undergraduate students is based on the number of earned semester credits plus credits in progress.

Students must register for and drop AVF and ESL courses at the Registration Center.

Spring Registration Schedule

November 24, SaturdayMonday8:15 a.m.–4:45 p.m.:  Graduate and senior undergraduate students with at least 85 earned or in-progress credits, Student Government representatives, AVF majors, veterans, and varsity athletes authorized by the Athletics Director

November 5, Tuesday8:15 a.m.4:45 p.m.:  Undergraduates with at least 56 earned or in-progress credits

November 6, Wednesday8:15 a.m.4:45 p.m.:  Undergraduates with at least 30 earned or in-progress credits

November 7, Thursday8:15 a.m.4:45 p.m.:  Undergraduates with at least 0–29 earned or in-progress credits

November 8, 2013January 10, 20148:15 a.m.4:45 p.m.:  Open to all students

See the Academic Calendar for important dates.

Registering Online

Online registration for each registration group begins at midnight of the first day of registration for that group.

You may use Access Florida Tech – Student Academics tab for registration and drop/add functions once your advisor has verified on the student information system that advising has taken place.

You may register and drop/add online at your appointed time and afterward through the end of the first week of classes.

Registration functions online will not be available after 11:59 p.m., Friday of the first week of classes.

Web response time may vary due to the amount of online activity

Important Dates – Spring 2014

Late registration fee of $150 beings for returning students December 9
Tuition and fees due for Spring 2014 semester December 30
Residence halls open for new students January 2
Residence halls open for returning students January 4
SPRING SEMESTER CLASSES BEGIN (Monday) January 6
Last day to register and add a class online January 10
Last day to drop a class without receiving a W January 17
Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday January 20
Re-petition deadline for Spring 2014 (for students who had petitioned for Fall 2013) January 27
Registration for main campus Summer 2014 begins January 27
Presidents Day holiday February 17
Mid-term grading opens for faculty to enter mid-term grades, 0000-, 1000- and 2000-level courses February 21
Spring Break March 3–7
Last day to drop a class with a W March 14
Registration for Fall 2014 begins March 22
Last day to file a Petition to Graduate for Fall 2014 without late fee
March 28
Last day to successfully complete graduate-level defense and examination for Spring 2014 April 21
Last day of Spring 2014 classes April 23
Study Days April 24–25
Last day to submit approved copies (five) of thesis or dissertation for Spring 2014 graduation to Office of Graduate Programs April 28
FINAL EXAMS April 28–May 2
Commencement exercises (Saturday) May 3

Grades due in Access Florida Tech

May 6

Spring Student Accounting Reminders

  • “Spring Payment Information” provides important information regarding due dates for payment of tuition and fees.
  • Additional information about student financial services may be found online at www.fit.edu/sfs.
  • For your convenience, you may pay online via the Student Money tab in Access Florida Tech (credit card and webcheck).
  • Cash, check and credit card payments are accepted in the Cashier's Office.
  • Account balance information may be obtained via Access Florida Tech, by emailing studentacctg@fit.edu, or by calling (321) 674-8199, (321) 674-7428, (800) 676-9250 or (800) 943-4348 (toll-free in the U.S.).
  • Faxes may be sent to (321) 674-8903.

Refund Checks—Students with a credit (negative) balance in their student account may be eligible for a refund. Refund checks are not available until after the add/drop period (the first two weeks of class). More information on the Florida Tech refund policies and procedures is available at www.fit.edu/sfs/refunds.php.

Spring Payment Information

Current tuition charges may be found at www.fit.edu/registrar/registration/tuitionchrgs and through Student Financial Services at www.fit.edu/sfs.

Students are assessed tuition and fees based on the locations and programs in which they are enrolled and the degrees being pursued. Students enrolled and pursuing degrees on the Melbourne campus are assessed the Melbourne tuition and fees. Extended Studies Division students at the Melbourne site pay Melbourne campus rates.

Students enrolled and pursuing degrees through Extended Studies are assessed Extended Studies tuition and fees. Students enrolled in programs and pursuing degrees as part of a partnership arrangement with another entity are assessed the tuition and fees approved by the partnership.

Beginning with the second week of classes, all tuition and fees must be paid before the late registration can be processed in the Registration Center (signed Change in Registration Status form required).

  • Spring 2014 registration for returning students begins November 2, 2013. Any returning student who registers after December 8, 2013, is subject to a $150 late registration fee.
  • New students are exempt from late registration fees.
  • All returning graduate students are required to register by December 8, 2013, if they wish to avoid the $150 late registration fee. GSA applicants should not wait for a GSA contract confirmation before registering.
  • Students who register after December 30, 2013, and either do not pay by close of business or make payment plan arrangements to pay the balance on their account, will be charged a 1.5% per month finance charge on the unpaid balance. Returning students will be charged the $150 late registration fee in addition to the finance charge if they register after this date.
  • Students avoid finance charges if they pay all fees by December 30, 2013, or on the same day as registration.
  • Inquiries about payment or arranging for payment should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services, (321) 674-7428, toll free in the U.S. at (800) 676-9250, or online via the Student Money tab in Access Florida Tech (Tracks ID and password needed).
  • Additional information about student financial services may be found online at www.fit.edu/sfs.
  • All balances due to the university must be paid, or any arrangements to pay must be approved, by December 30, 2013. After December 30, 2013, a 1.5% per month finance charge is assessed on the unpaid balance.
  • All students who carry an unpaid balance must pay the balance before being allowed to register for a subsequent term.
  • Payment may be made online (Tracks ID and password needed), in person or by mail.
  • Students must re-register if their class schedules are canceled for nonpayment or failure to make arrangements for payment of tuition and fees. Class seats are not held when a schedule is canceled.
  • Students who attend class, reside in residence halls and participate in a meal plan without a validated registration will be liable for the full semester’s charges.

Spring Refund Schedule

Students Who Drop from Full-Time Status to Part-Time Status

Tuition for dropped classes that result in a change in status from full-time (12+ credit hours for undergraduates, 9+ credit hours for graduate students) to part-time (less than 12 credit hours for undergraduates, less than 9 credit hours for graduate students), will be refunded at 100% through the first two weeks of classes, January 6–17, 2014, provided that part-time status is maintained. No refunds will be given for classes dropped after Friday, January 17, 2014.

Students Who Withdraw Completely from the University

100% Through Friday, January 17
60% Tuesday, January 21–Friday, January 24
40% Monday, January 27–Friday, January 31
0% Beginning Monday, February 3

FEES AND EXPENSES

Academic Year Summer 2014–Spring 2015

The university's board of trustees has approved the following tuition and fees for the academic year 2014–2015. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

Tuition

Tuition for full-time undergraduate students (12–19 credit hours) is charged on a semester basis. Semester tuition rates apply to the fall and spring semesters only. Summer terms, undergraduate part-time and undergraduates registering for more than 19 credit hours are charged on a per-credit-hour basis.

For undergraduate 2014 summer classes, the first six (6) credit hours will be charged at the published per credit hour rate. After the first six (6) credit hours, tuition will be 50 percent of the published rate.

This reduction applies to Melbourne campus academic programs only and does not include ESL courses or Florida Tech University Online courses taken by non-Melbourne campus students, courses in non-credit or study abroad programs, or flight or other fees. This discount does not apply to study-abroad programs. See the individual departments for study-abroad pricing. Other exclusions may apply. Contact the Registrar’s Office for additional information.

Students enrolled and pursuing degrees on the Melbourne campus are assessed the Melbourne campus tuition and fees. Students enrolled and pursuing degrees through Extended Studies are assessed Extended Studies tuition and fees. Students enrolled in programs and pursuing degrees through Florida Tech University Online are assessed the tuition and fees approved by the partnership. 

Undergraduate Tuition Information

Tuition for full-time undergraduate students (12–19) varies according to the chosen major program of study and admission status (online, on campus). Undergraduate students enrolled in both undergraduate- and graduate-level courses pay the flat-rate tuition as shown. Tuition for full-time undergraduate students (12–19 credit hours) is charged on a semester basis.

Engineering and Science majors (students admitted Spring 2011 or earlier) $17,930
Engineering and Science majors (students admitted Summer 2011 or later) $18,620
All other majors (students admitted Spring 2011 or earlier) $16,335
All other majors (students admitted Summer 2011 or later) $16,965
Part-time and Summer $1,075/credit hour
Registering for 20 credit hours or more $1,075/credit hour
Florida Tech University Online (undergraduate programs) $510/credit hour
Dual Enrollment (high school/community college) $100/credit hour

Graduate Tuition Information

Tuition for graduate students is charged per credit hour based on the student's admission status (Extended Studies, Melbourne campus, Florida Tech University Online).

Melbourne Campus
$1,179/credit hour
Extended Studies (excluding doctoral program) $588/credit hour
Extended Studies (Doctor of Business Administration) $1,179/credit hour
Aeronautics Online Graduate Programs (8230, 8231, 8232) $588/credit hour
Florida Tech University Online (MBA) $896/credit hour
Florida Tech University Online (Other graduate programs) $777/credit hour
Psychology Practicum $515/credit hour
Psychology Internship $2,630/semester
Psychology, Doctorate (Psy.D.)  $29,430/year

Other Programs / Fees (nonrefundable) 

Application Fees
Undergraduate (paper-based) $50
Master's $50
Doctoral $60
Continuing Education $20
Re-application $20
ASC 1006 Mastering eLearning Book (Florida Tech University Online undergraduates only) $24.95
Identity Verification for Online Course(s) No charge
Examination Fees
Equivalency Exam $100/each
Final Program Exam $150/each
Peregrime Asessment $40
TOEFL $30/each
Facility Fee (full-time undergraduates) $250/semester
Graduation and Related Fees
Duplicate Diploma $50
Late Petition $30
Late Petition (final term) $60
Thesis/Dissertation Binding (five copies) $100
Thesis/Dissertation Binding (additional copies) $20/each
Dissertation Publishing $100
Transcript $10/copy
Registration Fees
Audit/Continuing Education (waived for full-time undergraduate students) $245/credit hour/CEU
Cooperative Education $100/course
Directed Study $100/credit hour
English as a Second Language $660/credit hour
Golf $35/semester
History of Textiles $325/semester
Late Registration $150/semester
Scuba Diving $150/.5 credit hour
Student Account Fees
Identification Card Replacement $20/each
Finance Charges 1.5%/month
Returned Check (item) $30/each
Student Services Fee (full-time Melbourne campus students) $125/semester


Parking Fees
Parking Spot – Appropriate Lot – faculty, staff, student (valid Aug. 1–May 15) $750
Full-time student (valid Aug. 1–July 31)  $100/yr.
Full-time student with Florida Tech license plate (valid Aug. 1–July 31) $50/yr.
Full-time student (fall, valid through Dec. 31) $55
Full-time student with Florida Tech license plate (fall, valid through Dec. 31) $30
Full-time student (spring and summer, valid through July 31) $55
Full-time student with Florida Tech license plate (spring and summer, valid through July 31) $30
Full-time student (summer, valid through July 31) $35
Full-time student with Florida Tech license plate (summer, valid through July 31) $20
Part-time student (fall valid through Dec. 31) $25
Part-time student parking with Florida Tech license plate (fall, valid through Dec. 31) $15
Part-time student (spring and summer, valid through July 31) $25
Part-time student with Florida Tech license plate (spring and summer, valid through July 31) $15
Part-time student (summer, valid through July 31) $15
Part-time student with Florida Tech license plate (summer, valid through July 31) $10
Motorcycle (valid Aug. 1–July 31) $40/yr.
Motorcycle (fall, valid through Dec. 31) $20
Motorcycle (spring and summer, valid through July 31) $20
Motorcycle (summer, valid through July 31) $15

Flight Costs

All flight fees shown are to be used as guidelines only and are subject to change. Variations in fuel price, student aptitude and performance, and other factors beyond the university's control may impact total flight course costs.

Cost for each flight course is the sum of four cost components: aircraft (dry/no fuel), fuel, flight instructor and flight training device (FTD/simulator). The component costs for Summer 2014, Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 are:

Cost Component
Cost/Hour
Archer Aircraft (dry/no fuel) $129
Arrow Aircraft (dry/no fuel) $145
Citabria Aircraft (dry/no fuel) $115
Seminole Aircraft (dry/no fuel) $194
Warrior Aircraft (dry/no fuel) $119
Simulation Devices Cost/Hour
Boeing 737 FTD (per student/two students required) $175
Frasca 242 (multiengine trainer)  $80
Frasca Mentor $55
Redbird Crosswind Trainer $40
Redbird MCX $70
Redbird TD $20
Flight Instruction $65
Fuel
Current market price/gallon multiplied by the average fuel consumption rate for the aircraft flown multiplied by the actual flight hours. Fuel price as of February 2014 is $6/gallon.

 Budgeting for Flight

Flight training costs are incurred in addition to the university's regular tuition and fees. To assist in budgeting flight costs, Table A lists typical annual flight costs for the core flight courses, assuming a $6/gallon fuel price. Fuel surcharges may be imposed due to the inflating cost of fuel, oil and other petroleum produces.

TABLE A: Core Flight Curriculum

  Typical Cost Outcome
Year 1 $21,503 Private Pilot License plus additional experience
Year 2 $12,403 Instrument Rating
Year 3 $24,297 Commercial Pilot Multiengine (CP-ME)
Year 4 $9,039 Flight Instructor – Airplane (elective)
Total $67,242  

The largest single variable in flight training cost is student performance. Success in minimum time and cost can only be achieved with student dedication and thorough preparation for each lesson. Flight training performance incentive scholarships shall be awarded for first-year students whose flight training progress meets established goals for various flight phases. Additional flight electives beyond the core flight courses may be required depending on the degree program selected. Elective flight course minimum costs are listed in Table C.

TABLE B: Core Flight Courses Minimum Costs (with fuel/per term)

Core Courses Credit
Hours
Typical Cost
AVF 1001 Flight 1 2 $11,970
AVF 1002 Flight 2 2 $9,533
AVF 2001 Flight 3 2 $12,403
AVF 2102 Flight 4 2 $24,297
Total   $58,203

TABLE C: Elective Flight Courses Minimum Costs

Elective Courses (minimum flight fees with fuel)
Credit
Hours
Min. Cost
AVF 1000 Private Pilot Certificate 2 $10,275
AVF 1003 CP Stage 1 2 $5,641
AVF 2002 Flight 4 (CP-SE) 2 $14,148
AVF 2103 CP-SE Add-on to CP-ME 1 $4,127
AVF 3001 Flight Instructor-Airplane 2 $8,217
AVF 3002 Flight Instructor-Instrument 2 $4,075
AVF 3004 Complex Instrument (Arrow) 2 $3,998
AVF 3005 TAA Instruments 2 $5,061
AVF 3008 Aerobatic Flight (Citabria) 1 $2,188
AVF 3009 Intermediate Aerobatic (Citabria) 1 $2,155
AVF 3010 International Operations (Seminole) 1 $2,489
AVF 3012 Conventional Gear Transition (Citabria) 1 $3,425
AVF 3101 CFI-SE Add-on to MEI 2 $6,636
AVF 4001 Multiengine Pilot 2 $7,062
AVF 4002 Flight Instructor-ME 2 $9,087
AVF 4003 Air Taxi 2 $5,867
AVF 4006 ME Crew Operations 2 $8,722
AVF 4090 Special Topics in Flight Training 0-3 Varies
AVF 4090 Jet Transition (Special Topics) 2 $3,800
AVF 4102 Initial CFI-ME 2 $10,300
AVF 4500 Commercial Pilot Certificate and Type Rating 3 $11,500

Additional Costs

Books and Equipment $750
FAA Written Tests $150/each
FAA Medical Exam $100
FAA Examiner Checkride $550/$700/each

Making Your Flight Payment

The Panther Card must be used to pay flight costs on a pay-as-you-go basis. An initial deposit of $4,000 (or the minimum flight course cost if less than $4,000) is required at the beginning of each course. Flight costs are calculated and deducted from the Panther Card account at the conclusion of each lesson. A $1,000 minimum balance is required in most courses to ensure flight training continuity.

Melbourne Campus Spring Semester 2014 Final Examination Schedule

Common Finals

Laboratories: Academic units will announce times and locations

Saturday, April 26

  • BIO 1020
  • PHY 2091
  • PHY 2092

The following daytime classes will have their final examinations from 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., as indicated below:

Monday, April 28

  • CHM 1102
  • CHE 4122
  • CSE 2120

Tuesday, April 29

  • AVM 3202
  • BUS 2211 – 01 & 02
  • BUS 2212 – 01 & 01
  • PHY 1001

 Wednesday, April 30

  • MTH 1000
  • MTH 1001
  • MTH 1002

Thursday, May 1

  • BUS 1301
  • CSE 1002
  • EDS 1032
  • MAE 3091
  • PHY 2002

Specific rooms for these examinaitons will be announced by the respective instructors at a later date.

Time Conflicts

In case of conflicts in a student's exam schedule, the course with the highest course number will have priority. Friday, May 2, 2014, 3:30 a.m–5:30 p.m., will be reserved for makeup examinations for students who have more than three examinations in one day. Conflicts should be reported to the instructors, who in turn should report them to the corresponding departmental offices. It is recommended, in case of conflict, that both instructors be informed of the problem.

Course(s) not listed above will have their final examinations according to the following schedule in the room where the first class of the week is held. If a course meets for a longer time period (e.g., 8–9:50 a.m. M, W) the final examination may be scheduled for either an 8–8:50 a.m. or 9–9:50 a.m. time period. This will be determined and announced by the instructor. See instructor to determine an examination time for classes not fitting the standard schedule.

Day Classes

If the first period of your class meets:

Monday or Wednesday Your final exam will be
Time
8–8:50 a.m. Monday, April 28 8–10 a.m.
9–9:50 a.m. Thursday, May 1 8–10 a.m.
10–10:50 a.m. Friday, May 2 1–3 p.m.
11–11:50 a.m. Wednesday, April 30 1–3 p.m.
12–12:50 p.m. Tuesday, April 29 1–3 p.m.
1–1:50 p.m. Monday, April 28 1–3 p.m.
2–2:50 p.m. Friday, May 2 8–10 a.m.
3–3:50 p.m. Wednesday, April 30 8–10 a.m.
4–4:50 p.m. Tuesday, April 29 8–10 a.m.
Tuesday or Thursday
8–9:15 a.m. Thursday, May 1 1–3 p.m.
9:30–10:45 a.m. Friday, May 2 3:30–5:30 p.m.
11 a.m.–12:15 p.m. Monday, April 28 3:30–5:30 p.m.
12:30–1:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 29 3:30–5:30 p.m.
2–3:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 30 3:30–5:30 p.m.
3:30–4:45 p.m. Friday May 2 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Final examinations will be held in the regularly scheduled classrooms.

Evening Classes

If your class begins at
Final exam will be
5 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, or Monday only Monday, April 28, 6–8 p.m.
5 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. Wednesday only Monday, April 28, 8:30–10:30 p.m.
5 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, or Tuesday only Tuesday, April 29, 6–8 p.m.
5 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. Thursday only Tuesday, April 29, 8:30–10:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, or Monday only Wednesday, April 30, 6–8 p.m.
6:30 p.m. Wednesday only Wednesday, April 30, 8:30–10:30 p.m.
8 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Wednesday, April 30, 8:30–10:30 p.m. p.m.
6:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, or Tuesday only Thursday, May 1, 6–8 p.m.
5:45 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. Thursday only Thursday, May 1, 8:30-10:30 p.m.
8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Thursday, May 1, 8:30-10:30 p.m.

Meal Plans

All freshmen are required to select meal plan A1 or A2. Upperclassmen may choose A1, A2, U1 or U2. Meal plan contracts are for the academic year and may be changed between semesters by contacting the Campus Services Office. Flex Credits carry over between Fall Semester 2014 and Spring Semester 2015. Flex Credits have no residual cash value and are zeroed out at the end of the Spring Semester 2015.

Per Semester/Per Person 

Plan Cost
Meal Plan A1 Unlimited meals 7 days/week and $300 in Flex Credits $2,658
Meal Plan A2 Unlimited meals 5 days/week and $500 in Flex Credits $2,669
Meal Plan U1* Unlimited lunch Mon.-Fri. and $800 in Flex Credits $1,667
Meal Plan U2* $1,720 Flex Credits  $1,720
Commuter Plan A** Unlimited lunch Mon.-Fri. $882
Commuter Plan B** $585 Flex Credits  $585

*Upperclassmen only  **Off-campus students only

Questions?
Contact the Campus Services Office
(321) 674-8076, Fax (321) 674-7444, email fthousing@fit.edu

Housing Information

Housing contracts are for the academic year. Contracts may not be canceled unless the student withdraws or does not enroll at the university. All freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus. Transfer credits do not impact the residency requirement. 

Per Semester/Per Occupant

Residence Halls
Cost/Term
Single occupant with private bathroom (Brownlie, Evans, Quad) $3,870
Single occupant with semi-private bathroom (Evans) $3,795
Single occupant with shared bathroom (Quad) $3,355
Double occupant with semi-private bathroom (Brownlie, Evans) $3,465
Double occupant with shared bathroom (Quad, Roberts) $2,730
Columbia Village $3,755
Harris Village Suites
One-bedroom suites $4,775
Two-bedroom suites $4,370
Four-bedroom suites $4,000
Mary Star of the Sea – Newman Hall
One-bedroom apartment $4,910
Two-bedroom apartment $4,135
Four-bedroom apartment $3,760
Panther Bay Village Apartments (available to Greek Life students only) $4,200
Southgate Village Apartments
Single occupant studio apartment $4,070
Single occupant one-bedroom apartment  $4,325
Double occupant two-bedroom apartment $4,000
Triple occupant three-bedroom apartment $4,000

Housing space is limited. The university makes every effort to accommodate your room or apartment request but cannot guarantee your choice.

Class Schedule Key Information

This schedule key defines the information found in the list of courses open for registration this term and will help you choose the correct course when you register. The section information (SEC) is important to determine whether the course is offered online or in a classroom. The room codes list is subject to change and not all room codes are included. For further information about where a course will be held, check with your major department or the department offering the course.

CRN (Course Reference Number): Identification number that must be included on documents when referencing or registering for a course.

SUBJ (Course Prefix): Identifies subject matter, i.e., CHM for chemistry, BUS for business.

CRS (Course Number): 1000 to 4999 are undergraduate courses; 5000 and above are graduate courses; below 1000 are developmental in nature and do not count toward graduation.

SEC (Section): Letter/number combination identifies the specific section of the course, on which campus it is offered and whether or not it is offered online:

E Evening course
0–30 Daytime course
Online course section codes
W Melbourne campus courses
I Extended Studies courses

TITLE (Course Title): Full titles are listed in alphanumeric order in the current University Catalog.

CR (Credits for course): Credit hours assigned to course that will be awarded after successful completion of the course.

DAYS (Class meeting days): TR—Class meets on Tuesday and Thursday.
M—Monday   W—Wednesday   F—Friday
T—Tuesday   R—Thursday   S—Saturday   U—Sunday

TIME (Class meeting time): 02:00–02:50—From 2 p.m. until 2:50 p.m.

BUILDING (Building name codes):

ANCH Evinrude Marine Operations Center (Anchorage)
114SHA Shaw Hall
115GRS Grissom Hall
116CBL Campbell Hall
267RNT Music Program Studios
402QAD Quadrangle Classrooms
403QAD Quadrangle Classrooms
405QAD Dan Dahle Building
407QAD DMES Lab
410GLE Gleason Performing Arts Center
420CRF Crawford Building
424LNK Link Building
427FRU Frueauff Building
428EVL Evans Library Pavilion
439SHP Shephard Building
460SKU Skurla Hall (Aeronautics Building)
500OLS F.W. Olin Life Sciences Building
501OEC F.W. Olin Engineering Complex
502OPS F.W. Olin Physical Sciences Center
504LSA Harris Center for Science and Engineering
510CLE Clemente Center
512UNP University Plaza/College of Business Student Incubator
538LAB Aerospace Engineering Lab and Machine Shop
540MIL Military Sciences/Facilities Operations/Shipping Building
545AUT Scott Center for Autism Treatment
600OSC F.W. Olin Sports Complex
610CTR All Faiths Center
710FTC Florida Tech Commons
974FAM Foosaner Art Museum
994BLR Buehler Center of Aviation

RM (Room number)

INSTRUCTOR (Name of faculty member teaching course)

COURSE PREFIX KEY

College of Aeronautics
AHF Aviation Human Factors
AVF Aviation Flight
AVM Aviation Management
AVS Aviation Science
AVT Aviation Technology
College of Business
BUS Business
College of Engineering
BME Biomedical Engineering
CHE Chemical Engineering
CIS Computer Information Systems
CON Construction Management
CSE Computer Science
CVE Civil Engineering
CYB Cybersecurity & Information Assurance
ECE Electrical and Computer Engineering
EGN Intro to Engineering
ENM Engineering Management
ENS Environmental Science
EPE Engineering Protrack Cooperative Education
HCD Human-Centered Design
MAE Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
MET Meteorology
OCE Ocean Engineering
OCN Oceanography
SWE Software Engineering
SYS Systems Engineering
College of Psychology and Liberal Arts
BEH Behavior Analysis
COM Communication
CWE Cooperative Education
ESL English as a Second Language
HUM Humanities
LNG Languages and Linguistics
MSC Military Science
MUS Music
PSF Forensic Psychology
PSY Psychology
SOC Sociology
TEX Textile Arts
WRI Writing
College of Science
BCM Biochemistry
BIO Biological Sciences
CHM Chemistry
EDS Education and Interdisciplinary Studies
ISC Interdisciplinary Science
MTH Mathematics
ORP Operations Research
PED Physical Education
PHY Physics
SPC Space Systems
SPS Space Sciences
Other
ASC Academic Support Center
IDS Interdisciplinary Study

Spring 2014 Class Schedule

CRN SUBJ CRS SEC TITLE CR DAYS TIME BLDG RM INSTRUCTOR LIMIT ENROLLMENT
18035 AHF 3101 01 Intro to Human Factors 3 TR
1400 - 1515
460SKU
106
Rice 44 43
17864 AHF 5201 E1 Human Performance 1 3 T
R
1230 - 1345
1230 - 1345
460SKU
460SKU
202
205
Deaton 10 9
21610 AHF 5202 W01 Human Performance 2
ONLINE COURSE for degree Human Factors in Aeronautics
and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 15 8
21611 AHF 5202 W02 Human Performance 2
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 5 0
21612 AHF 5302 W01 Human-Computer Interactions
ONLINE COURSE for degree Human Factors in Aeronautics
and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rice 20 7
18325 AHF 5302 W02 Human-Computer Interactions
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rice 10 0
19934 AHF 5403 E1 Cog Eng & H-C Design 3 M
1700 - 1945
710FTC
318
Boy 5 1
17866 AHF 5990 01 Directed Research 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 10 0
21613 AHF 5990 02 Directed Research 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rice 5 0
21320 AHF 5991 W01 Sensation and Perception
ONLINE COURSE for degree Human Factors in Aeronautics
and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rice 20 15
19258 AHF 5991 W02 Sensation and Perception
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rice 10 6
17865 AHF 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 10 3
18034 AHF 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilt 5 0
22336 AHF 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rice 5 1
21614 AHF 5999 W01 Thesis
ONLINE COURSE for degree Human Factors in Aeronautics
and Aviation Safety
3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 5 2
17873 ASC 1000 01 University Experience 1 T
1100 - 1150
119EVH
202
Fox 25 23
18715 ASC 1000 02 University Experience 1 R
1100 - 1150
710FTC
229
Fox 25 11
18716 ASC 1000 03 University Experience 1 M
1500 - 1550
119EVH
202
Ha 25 18
21456 ASC 1000 04 University Experience 1 W
1500 - 1550
119EVH
202
Densler 25 10
22709 ASC 1000 05 University Experience 1 T
1400 - 1450
119EVH
202
Densler 22 11
22710 ASC 1000 06 University Experience 1 R
1400 - 1450
119EVH
202
Finn 22 21
18338 ASC 1005 01 Strategies for Success 1 T
1300 - 1350
119EVH
202
Giguere 25 28
19224 ASC 1005 02 Strategies for Success 1 W
0800 - 0850
119EVH
202
Giguere 25 28
20258 ASC 1005 03 Strategies for Success 1 R
1300 - 1350
119EVH
202
Giguere 25 27
19235 ASC 1051 01 Chemistry Review 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Newcombe 25 17
22816 ASC 2000 02 Peer Leadership 1 F
1600 - 1650
TBA
TBA
Carnley 10 1
22814 ASC 2001 01 Peer Tutoring Practicum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Giguere 5 0
19664 AVF 1000 01 Private Pilot Certificate 2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ferry 0 3
17696 AVF 1001 01 Flight 1 2 MWF
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17910 AVF 1001 02 Flight 1 2 TRS
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17911 AVF 1001 03 Flight 1 2 MWF
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17912 AVF 1001 04 Flight 1 2 TRS
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17913 AVF 1001 05 Flight 1 2 MWF
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17914 AVF 1001 06 Flight 1 2 TRS
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17915 AVF 1001 07 Flight 1 2 MWF
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17916 AVF 1001 08 Flight 1 2 TRS
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18780 AVF 1001 13 Flight 1 2 MWF
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18781 AVF 1001 14 Flight 1 2 TRS
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18782 AVF 1001 15 Flight 1 2 MWF
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18784 AVF 1001 16 Flight 1 2 TRS
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19447 AVF 1001 17 Flight 1 2 MWF
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19448 AVF 1001 18 Flight 1 2 TRS
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19464 AVF 1001 19 Flight 1 2 MWF
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19465 AVF 1001 20 Flight 1 2 TRS
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19466 AVF 1001 25 Flight 1 2 MWF
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19467 AVF 1001 26 Flight 1 2 TRS
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19468 AVF 1001 27 Flight 1 2 MWF
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19469 AVF 1001 28 Flight 1 2 TRS
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17984 AVF 1001 29 Flight 1 2 MWF
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17985 AVF 1001 30 Flight 1 2 TRS
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18778 AVF 1001 31 Flight 1 2 MWF
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18779 AVF 1001 32 Flight 1 2 TRS
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
18785 AVF 1001 37 Flight 1 2 MWF
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18786 AVF 1001 38 Flight 1 2 TRS
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18788 AVF 1001 39 Flight 1 2 MWF
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18789 AVF 1001 40 Flight 1 2 TRS
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19891 AVF 1001 C1 Flight 1 2 MTWR
1200 - 1750
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19890 AVF 1001 C2 Flight 1 2 MTWR
0600 - 1150
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17986 AVF 1002 01 Flight 2 2 MWF
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
17937 AVF 1002 02 Flight 2 2 TRS
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
17917 AVF 1002 03 Flight 2 2 MWF
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17918 AVF 1002 04 Flight 2 2 TRS
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17919 AVF 1002 05 Flight 2 2 MWF
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
17920 AVF 1002 06 Flight 2 2 TRS
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17921 AVF 1002 07 Flight 2 2 MWF
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
17922 AVF 1002 08 Flight 2 2 TRS
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18794 AVF 1002 13 Flight 2 2 MWF
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18795 AVF 1002 14 Flight 2 2 TRS
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18796 AVF 1002 15 Flight 2 2 MWF
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18797 AVF 1002 16 Flight 2 2 TRS
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18798 AVF 1002 17 Flight 2 2 MWF
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18799 AVF 1002 18 Flight 2 2 TRS
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18800 AVF 1002 19 Flight 2 2 MWF
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18801 AVF 1002 20 Flight 2 2 TRS
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19381 AVF 1002 25 Flight 2 2 MWF
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19382 AVF 1002 26 Flight 2 2 TRS
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19383 AVF 1002 27 Flight 2 2 MWF
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19449 AVF 1002 28 Flight 2 2 TRS
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17987 AVF 1002 29 Flight 2 2 MWF
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17697 AVF 1002 30 Flight 2 2 TRS
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18792 AVF 1002 31 Flight 2 2 MWF
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18793 AVF 1002 32 Flight 2 2 TRS
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19384 AVF 1002 37 Flight 2 2 MWF
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19385 AVF 1002 38 Flight 2 2 TRS
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19386 AVF 1002 39 Flight 2 2 MWF
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19387 AVF 1002 40 Flight 2 2 TRS
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 7
22711 AVF 1002 HS1 Flight 2 2 MWF
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19084 AVF 1003 01 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19085 AVF 1003 02 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19090 AVF 1003 03 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19091 AVF 1003 04 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19092 AVF 1003 05 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19093 AVF 1003 06 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19094 AVF 1003 07 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19095 AVF 1003 08 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19100 AVF 1003 13 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19101 AVF 1003 14 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19102 AVF 1003 15 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19103 AVF 1003 16 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19104 AVF 1003 17 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19105 AVF 1003 18 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19106 AVF 1003 19 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19107 AVF 1003 20 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19388 AVF 1003 25 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19389 AVF 1003 26 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19390 AVF 1003 27 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19391 AVF 1003 28 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19096 AVF 1003 29 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19097 AVF 1003 30 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19098 AVF 1003 31 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19099 AVF 1003 32 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19392 AVF 1003 37 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19393 AVF 1003 38 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19394 AVF 1003 39 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MWF
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19395 AVF 1003 40 Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 TRS
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
17988 AVF 2001 01 Flight 3 2 MWF
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
17923 AVF 2001 02 Flight 3 2 TRS
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17924 AVF 2001 03 Flight 3 2 MWF
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
17925 AVF 2001 04 Flight 3 2 TRS
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19396 AVF 2001 05 Flight 3 2 MWF
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19397 AVF 2001 06 Flight 3 2 TRS
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19398 AVF 2001 07 Flight 3 2 MWF
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19399 AVF 2001 08 Flight 3 2 TRS
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19400 AVF 2001 13 Flight 3 2 MWF
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19401 AVF 2001 14 Flight 3 2 TRS
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19402 AVF 2001 15 Flight 3 2 MWF
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19403 AVF 2001 16 Flight 3 2 TRS
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19404 AVF 2001 17 Flight 3 2 MWF
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19405 AVF 2001 18 Flight 3 2 TRS
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18820 AVF 2001 19 Flight 3 2 MWF
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18821 AVF 2001 20 Flight 3 2 TRS
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19406 AVF 2001 25 Flight 3 2 MWF
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19407 AVF 2001 26 Flight 3 2 TRS
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19408 AVF 2001 27 Flight 3 2 MWF
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19409 AVF 2001 28 Flight 3 2 TRS
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18100 AVF 2001 29 Flight 3 2 MWF
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18101 AVF 2001 30 Flight 3 2 TRS
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18926 AVF 2001 31 Flight 3 2 MWF
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18927 AVF 2001 32 Flight 3 2 TRS
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18929 AVF 2001 37 Flight 3 2 MWF
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19410 AVF 2001 38 Flight 3 2 TRS
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19411 AVF 2001 39 Flight 3 2 MWF
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19412 AVF 2001 40 Flight 3 2 TRS
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19414 AVF 2001 41 Flight 3 2 MWF
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 3
19415 AVF 2001 42 Flight 3 2 TRS
1600 - 1745
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19416 AVF 2001 43 Flight 3 2 MWF
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19417 AVF 2001 44 Flight 3 2 TRS
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19418 AVF 2001 45 Flight 3 2 MWF
1700 - 2045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19419 AVF 2001 46 Flight 3 2 TRS
1700 - 2045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17989 AVF 2002 01 Flight 4 2 MWF
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17926 AVF 2002 02 Flight 4 2 TRS
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17929 AVF 2002 05 Flight 4 2 MWF
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17930 AVF 2002 06 Flight 4 2 TRS
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18824 AVF 2002 13 Flight 4 2 MWF
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18825 AVF 2002 14 Flight 4 2 TRS
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18828 AVF 2002 17 Flight 4 2 MWF
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18829 AVF 2002 18 Flight 4 2 TRS
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17927 AVF 2002 25 Flight 4 2 MWF
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17928 AVF 2002 26 Flight 4 2 TRS
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17931 AVF 2002 29 Flight 4 2 MWF
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17932 AVF 2002 30 Flight 4 2 TRS
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
17990 AVF 2002 37 Flight 4 2 MWF
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
17698 AVF 2002 38 Flight 4 2 TRS
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18822 AVF 2002 41 Flight 4 2 MWF
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18823 AVF 2002 42 Flight 4 2 TRS
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19420 AVF 2102 03 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19421 AVF 2102 04 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19422 AVF 2102 07 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19423 AVF 2102 08 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19424 AVF 2102 15 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19425 AVF 2102 16 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19426 AVF 2102 19 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19427 AVF 2102 20 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19450 AVF 2102 27 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19451 AVF 2102 28 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 3
19428 AVF 2102 31 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19429 AVF 2102 32 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 3
19430 AVF 2102 39 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19431 AVF 2102 40 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19432 AVF 2102 43 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MWF
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19452 AVF 2102 44 Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 TRS
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19433 AVF 2103 01 CP-ASEL Add-on to CP-AMEL 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 8
17991 AVF 3001 01 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17996 AVF 3001 02 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17993 AVF 3001 05 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17998 AVF 3001 06 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18804 AVF 3001 13 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18805 AVF 3001 14 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18808 AVF 3001 17 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18809 AVF 3001 18 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17992 AVF 3001 25 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17997 AVF 3001 26 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17994 AVF 3001 29 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17999 AVF 3001 30 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17995 AVF 3001 37 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17699 AVF 3001 38 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18802 AVF 3001 41 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MWF
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18803 AVF 3001 42 Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 TRS
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18000 AVF 3002 01 Flt Instructor-Instrument 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18004 AVF 3004 01 Complex Inst Flt Training 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18812 AVF 3005 01 Technically Adv Instrument 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18813 AVF 3006 01 High Performance Airplane 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17700 AVF 3008 01 Aerobatic Flight 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
18814 AVF 3009 01 Intermediate Aerobatic 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18815 AVF 3010 01 International Operations 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
20301 AVF 3010 02 International Operations
TOPIC: Advanced International Operations
1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18816 AVF 3012 01 Conventional Gear 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
19434 AVF 3101 01 CFI-ASEL Add-on to CFI-AMEL 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18008 AVF 4001 03 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18013 AVF 4001 04 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18009 AVF 4001 07 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18014 AVF 4001 08 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18011 AVF 4001 15 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18010 AVF 4001 16 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18015 AVF 4001 19 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
18016 AVF 4001 20 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18012 AVF 4001 27 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17701 AVF 4001 28 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19435 AVF 4001 31 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19436 AVF 4001 32 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19437 AVF 4001 39 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19438 AVF 4001 40 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19439 AVF 4001 43 Multiengine Pilot 2 MWF
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19440 AVF 4001 44 Multiengine Pilot 2 TRS
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18017 AVF 4002 03 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18022 AVF 4002 04 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18018 AVF 4002 07 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18023 AVF 4002 08 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18024 AVF 4002 15 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18019 AVF 4002 16 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18020 AVF 4002 19 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18025 AVF 4002 20 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18021 AVF 4002 27 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
17702 AVF 4002 28 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19441 AVF 4002 31 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19453 AVF 4002 32 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19442 AVF 4002 39 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
19443 AVF 4002 40 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19444 AVF 4002 43 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MWF
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19445 AVF 4002 44 Flt Inst Multiengine 2 TRS
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18026 AVF 4003 01 Air Taxi Flight Training 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
18819 AVF 4006 01 Adv Multiengine Crew Ops 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
19165 AVF 4090 01 Sp Topics in Flgt Trn
TOPIC: Jet Transition
0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Dunn 6 0
20891 AVF 4090 02 Sp Topics in Flgt Trn 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ferry 0 1
21496 AVF 4090 03 Sp Topics in Flgt Trn 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ferry 1 0
19446 AVF 4102 01 Inital CFI in an AMEL 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
21408 AVF 4500 01 Commercial Pilot & Type 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Dunn 0 0
22400 AVF 5301 01 Airplane Performance FTE 3 R
1100 - 1350
990AVI
TBA
Kimberlin 12 0
22401 AVF 5302 01 Airplane Stab & Cntrl FTE 3 F
1100 - 1350
990AVI
TBA
Kimberlin 12 4
22402 AVF 5303 01 Airplane Avionics FTE 3 TBA
TBA 990AVI
TBA
TBA 12 0
21615 AVM 2401 BL1 Aviation Fiscal Mgmt
Offered as a Blended Course
3 MWF
1400 - 1450
460SKU
106
Wilt 30 16
18532 AVM 3201 HY1 Aviation Planning
Offered as a Hybrid Course
3 MWF
1000 - 1050
460SKU
106
Jones 44 14
18382 AVM 3202 HY1 Airport Design
Offered as a Hybrid Course
3 MWF
1100 - 1150
460SKU
106
Jones 44 44
22751 AVM 3501 01 Spec Topics in Aviat Mgmt 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Dunbar 0 1
17274 AVM 4201 01 Aviation Adv Computer Appl 3 TR
0930 - 1045
460SKU
203
Cain 18 17
17933 AVM 4204 E1 AutoCAD for Airport Environ 3 R
1700 - 1945
460SKU
203
Nelson 16 19
17934 AVM 4301 01 Avt Labor Law & Empl Stds 3 TR
1530 - 1645
460SKU
120
Stokes 40 28
18588 AVM 4302 02 Aviation Law 3 TR
1400 - 1515
460SKU
120
McAlwee 30 29
20470 AVM 4303 01 General Aviation Ops & Mgt 3 TR
1230 - 1345
460SKU
121
Dunbar 33 16
21616 AVM 4501 BL1 Air Transportation Mgmt
Offered as a Blended Course
3 TR
1100 - 1215
460SKU
116
Turgut 40 21
18533 AVM 4502 BL1 Avt Business Simulation
Offered as a Blended Course
3 MW
0930 - 1045
460SKU
203
Turgut 18 16
21994 AVM 4502 BL2 Avt Business Simulation
Offered as a Blended Course
3 TR
1230 - 1345
460SKU
203
Turgut 17 18
17279 AVM 4701 E1 Airport Management 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
460SKU
202
Rankin 30 24
18473 AVM 5000 HY1 Planning & Design Fund's
Offered as a Hybrid Course
3 MWF
1000 - 1150
460SKU
106
Jones 10 1
18470 AVM 5102 HY1 Airport Development
Offered as a Hybrid Course
3 R
1230 - 1515
460SKU
202
Jones 10 15
20419 AVM 5103 01 Airport Operations 3 T
1230 - 1515
460SKU
205
Rankin 10 10
22862 AVM 5199 01 Adv Av Mgt Internship 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rankin 3 1
17890 AVM 5501 01 Studies/Topics in Aviation Mgt 1-3 R
0930 - 1045
460SKU
205
Rankin 5 0
20293 AVM 5998 02 Adv Aviation Rsch Project 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rankin 5 1
17840 AVM 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rankin 5 1
17883 AVM 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 5 0
20515 AVM 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallo 5 0
19261 AVS 1102 01 Intro to Av Chemical Science
Session 1- January 6 - February 7, 2014
1 TR
0930 - 1045
460SKU
110
Utley 70 85
17936 AVS 1201 01 Aviation Meteorology 3 MW
1400 - 1515
460SKU
116
Utley 40 36
19263 AVS 1202 01 Intro to Aviation Physiology
Session 2 - February 10 - March 21, 2014
1 TR
0930 - 1045
460SKU
110
Buza 70 67
19454 AVS 2101 BL1 Aviation Physical Science
Offered as a Blended course
3 MWF
1200 - 1250
460SKU
120
Cremer 44 37
18120 AVS 2102 01 Aerodynamics 3 TR
0800 - 0915
460SKU
120
Cain 44 17
18280 AVS 3201 01 Aviation Meteorology 2 3 TR
1100 - 1215
460SKU
110
Utley 44 15
19164 AVS 4000 01 Aviation Physiology Lab
Additional Lab fee $350.00
1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Buza 20 18
21422 AVS 4201 01 Flight Observation Lab 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Dunn 16 0
21081 AVS 4304 01 Aviation Security 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
460SKU
121
Ryan 30 17
22807 AVS 4304 PA1 Aviation Security 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Barker 50 15
22539 AVS 4402 01 Aviation Sustainability 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
460SKU
206
Cremer 15 15
18908 AVS 5201 01 Avt Mete Thry and Pract 3 TR
1100 - 1215
460SKU
110
Utley 10 5
22031 AVS 5203 E1 Imp of Avt on Hum Physiology 3 R
1700 - 1950
460SKU
202
Buza 20 13
21321 AVS 5203 W01 Imp of Avt on Hum Physiology
ONLINE COURSE for degrees Human Factors in
Aeronautics and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Buza 30 28
21617 AVS 5205 E1 Aviation Statistics 3 MW
1700 - 1815
460SKU
202
Gallo 15 13
19833 AVS 5206 W01 Aviation Security
ONLINE COURSE for degrees Human Factors in Aeronautics
and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rankin 20 9
22344 AVS 5206 W02 Aviation Security
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rankin 30 8
20420 AVS 5207 W01 Aviation Safety Mgmt Sys
ONLINE COURSE for degree Aviation Safety only
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 24 20
21783 AVS 5207 W02 Aviation Safety Mgmt Sys
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 12 11
22343 AVS 5208 W01 Adv Av Safety Research
ONLINE COURSE for degree Aviation Safety only
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 20 7
21618 AVS 5500 01 Studies/Topics in Aviation Sci 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 15 1
18342 AVS 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilt 3 0
18855 AVS 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 5 2
19835 AVS 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 5 1
21619 AVS 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallo 5 0
22104 AVS 5999 06 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Utley 2 0
22341 AVS 5999 07 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Winter 5 3
22340 AVS 6010 E1 Qualitative Meth in Aviat 3 R
1500 - 1740
460SKU
TBA
Gallo 8 3
22339 AVS 6100 E1 Analysis Aviation Res 3 T
R
1700 - 1815
1800 - 1915
460SKU
460SKU
205
205
Gallo 5 2
22338 AVS 6200 01 Issues in Aviation 3 T
1300 - 1540
460SKU
TBA
Gallo 5 3
22403 AVS 6900 01 Research Practicum 3 F
1300 - 1540
460SKU
205
Gallo 3 3
18747 AVT 1001 01 Aeronautics 1 3 MWF
0800 - 0950
460SKU
106
Beard 25 23
21620 AVT 1002 01 Aeronautics 2 3 TR
1230 - 1345
460SKU
116
Wilt 25 16
18691 AVT 1002 02 Aeronautics 2 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
460SKU
120
Cremer 28 19
19265 AVT 1303 01 Aviation History
Session 3 - March 24 - April 23, 2014
1 TR
0930 - 1045
460SKU
110
Rosser 70 76
18748 AVT 2001 01 Aeronautics 3 3 TR
1230 - 1515
460SKU
206
Moore 25 10
18909 AVT 2002 01 Aeronautics 4 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
460SKU
102
Rosser 25 21
21621 AVT 2201 BL1 National Airspace System
Offered as a Blended Course
3 TR
0800 - 0915
460SKU
106
Wilt 40 37
17730 AVT 3101 01 Instructional Tech 3 MWF
1000 - 1150
460SKU
202
Dunbar 10 6
18282 AVT 3203 E1 Air Traffic Control 1 3 W
W
1600 - 1945
1600 - 1945
460SKU
460SKU
206
105
Read 8 9
20145 AVT 3999 01 Plan Aviation Research 1 TBA
TBA 460SKU
TBA
Winter 10 0
21608 AVT 4000 01 Conducting AV Research 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallo 10 1
21609 AVT 4001 01 Reporting AV Research 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallo 10 2
21607 AVT 4002 01 Aviation Research 3 MW
1400 - 1515
460SKU
205
Winter 10 4
18283 AVT 4201 01 Advanced Aircraft Systems 3 TR
0930 - 1045
460SKU
121
Moore 33 16
17272 AVT 4202 01 Adv Aircraft Operations 3 TR
1100 - 1215
460SKU
120
Rosser 30 17
22337 AVT 4202 02 Adv Aircraft Operations 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
460SKU
121
Rosser 30 7
18284 AVT 4203 01 Airline Operations 4 R
1700 - 2050
460SKU
102
Dunn 23 10
22107 AVT 4203 A01 Airline Operations 0 R
1700 - 2050
460SKU
102
Dunn 0 1
17277 AVT 4301 02 Aviation Safety 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
460SKU
106
Winter 40 22
21315 AVT 4302 01 Air Traffic Control 2 3 T
1600 - 1945
460SKU
103
Moore 16 16
17966 BCM 4992 01 Senior Thesis Biochemistry 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
18062 BCM 4992 02 Senior Thesis Biochemistry 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 5 0
22188 BEH 3466 01 Behavior Change Tech 3 MW
1400 - 1515
710FTC
245
Harvey 20 12
22846 BEH 5003 W01 Adv Topics in ABA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22847 BEH 5004 W01 Spec Topics in Beh Analys 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22679 BEH 5011 1AB Found/Conc Beh Analysis 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 50 0
22848 BEH 5011 W01 Found/Conc Beh Analysis 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
22849 BEH 5012 W01 Basic Elem App Beh Anlys 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 1
22850 BEH 5013 W01 Dev/Strength Behavior 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 1
22851 BEH 5014 W01 Intro Ethics Beh Analysis 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22852 BEH 5015 W01 Dec/Elim Prob Beh 2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22853 BEH 5016 W01 Ethical/Prof Beh Analysts 2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22854 BEH 5017 01 Target Topics Beh Anlysis 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22855 BEH 5017 W01 Target Topics Beh Anlysis 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22856 BEH 5018 W01 Adv Topics Beh Analysis 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22857 BEH 5020 W01 Current Topics in BA 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22858 BEH 5020 W02 Current Topics in BA 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
22859 BEH 5020 W03 Current Topics in BA 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Martinez-Diaz 10 0
18740 BEH 5103 01 Beh Chng Procedures 3 M
1230 - 1529
710FTC
229
Wilder 20 15
22835 BEH 5103 AO1 Beh Chng Procedures 0 S
0900 - 1145
OGC
8
Blakely 1 1
18741 BEH 5103 OR1 Beh Chng Procedures 3 S
0900 - 1145
OGC
8
Blakely 20 8
18948 BEH 5105 E1 Radical Behaviorism 3 W
1730 - 2029
710FTC
229
Sigurdsson 18 16
18949 BEH 5105 OR1 Radical Behaviorism 3 F
1300 - 1545
OGC
8
Sigurdsson 30 11
22214 BEH 5106 01 Beh Pharmacology 3 R
1230 - 1525
710FTC
229
Harvey 15 13
22215 BEH 5106 OR1 Beh Pharmacology 3 F
1300 - 1555
OGC
9
Blakely 15 8
20965 BEH 5201 01 Ethic/Prof Stand in ABA
DATES: TBA
1 T
0930 - 1215
710FTC
227
Harvey 30 13
20966 BEH 5201 OR1 Ethic/Prof Stand in ABA
DATES: March 15, 29, April 5, 12, 19, 2014
1 S
S
S
S
S
1300 - 1635
1300 - 1635
1300 - 1635
1300 - 1635
1300 - 1635
OGC
OGC
OGC
OGC
OGC
8
8
8
8
8
Harvey 30 7
18950 BEH 5250 01 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 4 3
18951 BEH 5250 02 Pract Training in ABA 4 TR
TBA TBA
TBA
Sigurdsson 4 2
19472 BEH 5250 03 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 4 4
19994 BEH 5250 04 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pawich 4 3
18952 BEH 5250 OR1 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA OGC
8
Blakely 4 4
18953 BEH 5250 OR2 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA OGC
8
Alligood 4 3
20366 BEH 5250 OR3 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA OGC
8
Alligood 4 3
22776 BEH 5251 01 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sigurdsson 5 2
18955 BEH 5290 01 Capstone in ABA 3 M
1600 - 1650
710FTC
TBA
Harvey 7 0
18956 BEH 5290 OR1 Capstone in ABA 3 F
1600 - 1845
OGC
8
Harvey 12 11
18746 BEH 5400 01 Introduction to OBM 3 T
1230 - 1515
710FTC
227
Wilder 20 14
19471 BEH 5400 OR1 Introduction to OBM 3 F
1600 - 1845
OGC
8
Sigurdsson 20 8
20138 BEH 5503 01 Sem in Education Beh Analysis
TOPIC: Behavioral Teaching Strategies
DATES: Feb 23 and April 13, 2014
1 U
U
0900 - 1655
0900 - 1655
710FTC
710FTC
229
229
Wilder 25 1
22648 BEH 5503 OR1 Sem in Education Beh Analysis
TOPIC: Behavior Analysis and School-Based Intervention
DATES: March 22, 23, 2014
1 S
U
0900 - 1655
0900 - 1555
OGC
OGC
8
8
Wilder 15 3
18787 BEH 5504 01 Seminar in Clin Beh
TOPIC: Pre-practicum
DATES: TBA
1 M
1030 - 1200
545AUT
TBA
Chong 25 0
22632 BEH 5504 OR1 Seminar in Clin Beh
TOPIC: Teaching Verbal Behavior 1
DATES: Jan 12 and March 30, 2014
1 U
U
0900 - 1645
0900 - 1645
OGC
OGC
TBA
TBA
Wilder 20 6
21418 BEH 5510 OR2 Direct Read in Beh Analysis 2-4 TBA
TBA OGC
TBA
Blakely 10 5
22753 BEH 5899 06 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 0 1
22808 BEH 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kelley 5 1
19939 BEH 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 5 3
18959 BEH 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 10 3
18960 BEH 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 3
21351 BEH 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pritchard 5 0
18962 BEH 5999 06 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 10 4
19938 BEH 5999 OR1 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Blakely 5 2
22217 BEH 6304 01 Complex Human Beh
DATES: Begins March 18, 2014
3 TR
0930 - 1225
710FTC
227
Betz 8 3
19940 BEH 6800 01 Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 5 0
19941 BEH 6800 02 Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 0
19942 BEH 6800 03 Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 5 0
22671 BEH 6800 04 Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chong 5 1
22672 BEH 6800 05 Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kelley 5 1
22673 BEH 6800 06 Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pritchard 5 1
22799 BEH 6899 02 Final Semester Dissertation 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 1 1
22820 BEH 6899 05 Final Semester Dissertation 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 1 1
20372 BEH 6999 01 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 2 1
20373 BEH 6999 02 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 1
20374 BEH 6999 03 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 5 1
21369 BEH 6999 04 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 0
21430 BEH 6999 05 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pritchard 5 1
22806 BEH 6999 06 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kelley 5 1
17354 BIO 1010 01 Biological Discovery 1 4 R
MWF
1100 - 1350
1400 - 1450
500OLS
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121
130
Polson 9 8
19845 BIO 1010 02 Biological Discovery 1 4 R
MWF
0800 - 1050
1400 - 1450
500OLS
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121
130
Polson 9 5
19846 BIO 1010 03 Biological Discovery 1 4 T
MWF
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130
Polson 9 4
19847 BIO 1010 04 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
R
1400 - 1450
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121
Polson 9 7
21589 BIO 1010 05 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
T
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121
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21590 BIO 1010 06 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
W
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121
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21583 BIO 1010 13 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
R
0900 - 0950
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121
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21584 BIO 1010 14 Biological Discovery 1 4 R
MWF
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500OLS
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121
130
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21585 BIO 1010 15 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
T
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121
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21586 BIO 1010 16 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
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121
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21587 BIO 1010 17 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
T
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121
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21588 BIO 1010 18 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
W
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121
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22701 BIO 1010 H17 Biological Discovery 1 4 MWF
T
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121
Miller 0 0
17355 BIO 1020 01 Biological Discovery 2 4 MWF
M
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129
121
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17356 BIO 1020 02 Biological Discovery 2 4 T
MWF
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0900 - 0950
500OLS
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121
129
Shenker 19 21
17357 BIO 1020 03 Biological Discovery 2 4 MWF
W
0900 - 0950
1100 - 1350
500OLS
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129
121
Shenker 19 15
17777 BIO 1200 01 Intro Health Professions 1 T
1530 - 1650
500OLS
129
Grimwade 50 45
17361 BIO 1500 01 Intro to Aquaculture 1 T
0930 - 1045
500OLS
129
Lin 60 7
17806 BIO 2010 01 Microbiology 4 MWF
TR
1000 - 1050
1400 - 1520
500OLS
500OLS
130
247
Leonard 16 20
17807 BIO 2010 02 Microbiology 4 MWF
TR
1000 - 1050
1530 - 1650
500OLS
500OLS
130
247
Leonard 16 18
17834 BIO 2010 03 Microbiology 4 MWF
WF
1000 - 1050
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130
247
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22022 BIO 2010 04 Microbiology 4 MWF
WF
1000 - 1050
1530 - 1650
500OLS
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130
247
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18107 BIO 2801 01 Biometry 4 MWF
M
0800 - 0850
1400 - 1650
500OLS
500OLS
130
120
Miller 7 8
18108 BIO 2801 02 Biometry 4 MWF
W
0800 - 0850
1400 - 1650
500OLS
500OLS
130
120
Miller 7 4
18109 BIO 2801 03 Biometry 4 MWF
R
0800 - 0850
1100 - 1350
500OLS
500OLS
130
120
Miller 7 6
18285 BIO 2801 04 Biometry 4 MWF
M
0800 - 0850
1700 - 1950
500OLS
500OLS
130
120
Miller 7 8
21577 BIO 2801 05 Biometry 4 MWF
T
0800 - 0850
1700 - 1950
500OLS
500OLS
130
120
Miller 7 6
21578 BIO 2801 06 Biometry 4 MWF
M
1300 - 1350
1400 - 1650
420CRF
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402
120
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21579 BIO 2801 07 Biometry 4 MWF
W
1300 - 1350
1400 - 1650
420CRF
500OLS
402
120
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21580 BIO 2801 08 Biometry 4 R
MWF
1100 - 1350
1300 - 1350
500OLS
420CRF
120
402
Miller 7 7
21581 BIO 2801 09 Biometry 4 MWF
M
1300 - 1350
1700 - 1950
420CRF
500OLS
402
120
Miller 7 7
21582 BIO 2801 10 Biometry 4 MWF
T
1300 - 1350
1700 - 1950
420CRF
500OLS
402
120
Miller 7 7
17362 BIO 3220 01 Developmental Biology 4 T
MWF
1100 - 1350
1300 - 1350
500OLS
500OLS
143
129
Carroll 10 9
17363 BIO 3220 02 Developmental Biology 4 R
MWF
0800 - 1050
1300 - 1350
500OLS
500OLS
143
129
Carroll 10 10
17778 BIO 3625 01 Molluscan Aquaculture 3 MW
M
0900 - 0950
1400 - 1650
504LSA
504LSA
122
122
Lin 16 4
20907 BIO 3701 01 Evolution 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
501OEC
118
Turner 55 52
22257 BIO 4010 01 Biochemistry 1 4 TR
T
0930 - 1045
1800 - 2150
460SKU
500OLS
202
250
Polson 20 14
17758 BIO 4101 01 Molecular Biology 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
500OLS
129
Polson 50 20
17364 BIO 4110 01 Biochemistry 2 4 MWF
M
1000 - 1050
1400 - 1750
502OPS
500OLS
144
250
Xu 8 11
17808 BIO 4110 02 Biochemistry 2 4 R
MWF
0800 - 1150
1000 - 1050
500OLS
502OPS
250
144
Xu 10 3
17365 BIO 4130 01 Nucleic Acid Analysis 4 R
TR
TW
0800 - 1050
1100 - 1215
1400 - 1750
500OLS
500OLS
500OLS
238
238
238
Polson 24 3
17366 BIO 4201 01 Immunology 3 TR
1230 - 1345
500OLS
129
Grimwade 40 17
22457 BIO 4209 01 Plant Molecular Biology 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
500OLS
129
Palmer 20 2
21575 BIO 4210 01 Plant Physiology 4 T
MWF
0800 - 1050
1200 - 1250
500OLS
500OLS
250
129
Palmer 10 7
21576 BIO 4210 02 Plant Physiology 4 MWF
R
1200 - 1250
1400 - 1650
500OLS
500OLS
129
250
Palmer 10 13
18272 BIO 4410 01 Community Ecology 4 MWF
W
1300 - 1350
1400 - 1650
420CRF
500OLS
230
108
Bush 8 10
18274 BIO 4410 03 Community Ecology 4 R
MWF
1100 - 1350
1300 - 1350
500OLS
420CRF
108
230
Bush 8 11
22258 BIO 4410 04 Community Ecology 4 MWF
F
1300 - 1350
1400 - 1650
420CRF
500OLS
230
108
Bush 8 8
19854 BIO 4411 01 Conservation Genetics 4 MWF
M
0800 - 0850
1400 - 1750
500OLS
500OLS
129
247
Pruett 14 8
20913 BIO 4412 01 Ornithology 4 T
TR
0800 - 1050
1230 - 1345
500OLS
504LSA
107
122
Pruett 8 3
21961 BIO 4420 01 Pre-Columbian Ecosystems 1 W
1600 - 1650
500OLS
201
Bush 8 11
18423 BIO 4530 01 Biology of Fishes 4 T
MWF
0800 - 1050
1100 - 1150
500OLS
500OLS
108
130
Turingan 13 12
17368 BIO 4720 01 Marine Ecology 4 MWF
T
T
1200 - 1250
1400 - 1650
1400 - 1750
500OLS
500OLS
500OLS
130
120
107
van Woesik 14 15
17369 BIO 4720 02 Marine Ecology 4 MWF
R
R
1200 - 1250
1400 - 1750
1400 - 1650
500OLS
500OLS
500OLS
130
107
120
van Woesik 14 14
17972 BIO 4990 01 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
20337 BIO 4990 02 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 0
20338 BIO 4990 03 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 7
20339 BIO 4990 05 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 0
20340 BIO 4990 06 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20341 BIO 4990 07 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20342 BIO 4990 08 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20343 BIO 4990 09 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20344 BIO 4990 10 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20345 BIO 4990 11 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20346 BIO 4990 12 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 0
20348 BIO 4990 14 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 0
20349 BIO 4990 15 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 2
20350 BIO 4990 16 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
20351 BIO 4990 17 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
20352 BIO 4990 19 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
21573 BIO 4990 20 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
17370 BIO 4991 01 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 1
20914 BIO 4991 02 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 2
20915 BIO 4991 03 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 1
20916 BIO 4991 05 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 1
20917 BIO 4991 06 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
20918 BIO 4991 07 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
20919 BIO 4991 08 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 0
20920 BIO 4991 09 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 2
20923 BIO 4991 10 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 5 0
20924 BIO 4991 11 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 2
20925 BIO 4991 12 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 2
20927 BIO 4991 14 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 0
20928 BIO 4991 15 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 3
20929 BIO 4991 16 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
20930 BIO 4991 17 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 1
20931 BIO 4991 19 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 1
21572 BIO 4991 20 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 1
22890 BIO 4991 21 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 1 1
17371 BIO 4992 01 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 1
17372 BIO 4992 02 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 1
17373 BIO 4992 03 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 1
17374 BIO 4992 05 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 0
19850 BIO 4992 06 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 1
17375 BIO 4992 07 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 1
17376 BIO 4992 08 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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17377 BIO 4992 09 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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17378 BIO 4992 10 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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17379 BIO 4992 11 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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17380 BIO 4992 12 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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18275 BIO 4992 14 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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17381 BIO 4992 15 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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18276 BIO 4992 16 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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19851 BIO 4992 17 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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18567 BIO 4992 19 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
21571 BIO 4992 20 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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22332 BIO 4992 21 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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17382 BIO 4993 01 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20932 BIO 4993 02 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20933 BIO 4993 03 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20934 BIO 4993 05 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20935 BIO 4993 06 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20936 BIO 4993 07 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20937 BIO 4993 08 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20938 BIO 4993 09 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20939 BIO 4993 10 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20940 BIO 4993 11 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20941 BIO 4993 12 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20943 BIO 4993 14 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20944 BIO 4993 15 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20945 BIO 4993 16 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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20946 BIO 4993 17 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
20947 BIO 4993 19 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
21570 BIO 4993 20 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
20949 BIO 5011 01 Ornithology 3 T
TR
0800 - 1050
1230 - 1345
500OLS
504LSA
107
122
Pruett 6 7
22260 BIO 5012 01 Protein Biotechnology 3 TR
1400 - 1515
500OLS
129
Xu 20 21
22272 BIO 5014 01 Plant Biotechnology 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
500OLS
129
Palmer 20 18
19853 BIO 5031 01 Conservation Genetics 3 MWF
M
0800 - 0850
1400 - 1750
500OLS
500OLS
129
247
Pruett 10 8
22877 BIO 5031 02 Conservation Genetics 3 MWF
R
0800 - 0850
0800 - 1150
500OLS
500OLS
129
247
Pruett 10 7
22261 BIO 5045 01 Reproduction of Marine Fishes 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
504LSA
122
Shenker 10 15
22262 BIO 5060 01 Bio & Eco of Seagrass 3 TR
1100 - 1215
500OLS
129
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22263 BIO 5070 01 Physiological Ecology 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
504LSA
122
Turingan 10 6
22331 BIO 5150 01 Landscape Ecology 3 TR
1400 - 1515
500OLS
201
van Woesik 10 9
21962 BIO 5420 01 Pre-Columbian Ecosystems 0 W
1600 - 1650
500OLS
201
Bush 7 5
20951 BIO 5502 01 Mol Bio Signal 3 TR
T
1100 - 1215
1100 - 1215
500OLS
500OLS
201
120
Carroll 16 21
17852 BIO 5537 01 Applied Biotech 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 0 3
22736 BIO 5572 01 DNA: Critical Analysis 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
500OLS
201
Leonard 12 12
22259 BIO 5630 E1 Sensory Biology 3 TR
1830 - 1945
500OLS
129
Grace 20 5
22887 BIO 5899 07 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 0 1
22773 BIO 5899 14 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 1 0
17383 BIO 5990 01 Biological Sciences Seminar 0 R
1530 - 1650
500OLS
130
Fiedler 90 25
17385 BIO 5991 01 Biological Research Seminar 1 R
1530 - 1650
500OLS
130
Fiedler 15 0
17386 BIO 5995 01 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 3
17387 BIO 5995 02 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 4
18682 BIO 5995 03 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 1
17389 BIO 5995 05 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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19740 BIO 5995 06 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
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17390 BIO 5995 07 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 7
17391 BIO 5995 08 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 1
17392 BIO 5995 09 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 1
17393 BIO 5995 10 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 5 0
17394 BIO 5995 11 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 1
17395 BIO 5995 12 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 2
18277 BIO 5995 14 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 0
17396 BIO 5995 15 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 3
18279 BIO 5995 16 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
19860 BIO 5995 17 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 1
18594 BIO 5995 19 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 7
21567 BIO 5995 20 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 7
17853 BIO 5997 01 Industrial Internship 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 0 0
17397 BIO 5998 01 Biological Research Rotation 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 0
17398 BIO 5999 01 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
17399 BIO 5999 02 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 2
18684 BIO 5999 03 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 0
17401 BIO 5999 05 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 1
19861 BIO 5999 06 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
17402 BIO 5999 07 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
17404 BIO 5999 08 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 1
17405 BIO 5999 09 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 0
17407 BIO 5999 11 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
17408 BIO 5999 12 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 0
18278 BIO 5999 14 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 1
17409 BIO 5999 15 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
17411 BIO 5999 16 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
17954 BIO 5999 17 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
19862 BIO 5999 19 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
21566 BIO 5999 20 Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
18111 BIO 6999 01 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
18884 BIO 6999 02 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 1
18112 BIO 6999 03 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 1
18113 BIO 6999 05 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 3
17412 BIO 6999 06 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
18593 BIO 6999 07 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 1
17969 BIO 6999 08 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 1
18110 BIO 6999 11 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
17957 BIO 6999 12 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 1
17974 BIO 6999 14 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 1
19863 BIO 6999 15 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
19864 BIO 6999 17 Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
22175 BME 3260 01 Biomaterials 3 TR
1100 - 1215
420CRF
220
Fenn 35 20
22180 BME 4191 01 Design Methods & Practice 1 M
1000 - 1150
424LNK
309
Mitra 16 6
22176 BME 4241 01 Transport in Bio Sys 3 TR
1230 - 1345
424LNK
309
Mitra 16 6
22366 BME 5569 E1 Biomaterials/Tissue Regen 3 W
1830 - 2115
502OPS
140
Brenner 27 23
20729 BME 5702 E1 Biomed Apps in Physio 3 T
1830 - 2115
501OEC
137
Mitra 28 28
21516 BME 5720 E1 Biomed Instrumentation 3 MW
1700 - 1815
424LNK
255
Kaya 15 15
22836 BME 5899 01 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sharaf-Eldeen 1 0
22460 BME 5900 01 BME Seminar 0 F
1200 - 1250
420CRF
210
Bashur 20 17
22886 BME 5998 01 Grad Project Biomedical 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sharaf-Eldeen 1 1
22109 BME 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 1 1
22220 BME 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Brenner 1 1
22221 BME 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hench 1 1
22222 BME 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 1 0
17384 BUS 1301 01 Basic Economics 3 TR
0800 - 0915
420CRF
112
Fuller 70 40
17794 BUS 1301 02 Basic Economics 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
112
Monari 70 65
22004 BUS 1301 03 Basic Economics 3 TR
1100 - 1215
420CRF
230
Monari 55 56
19889 BUS 1801 01 Global Bus Perspectives 3 TR
1230 - 1345
403QAD
116
Muth 42 42
22289 BUS 1801 02 Global Bus Perspectives 3 TR
1530 - 1645
403QAD
117
Doss 35 27
18244 BUS 2211 01 Intro to Financial Acctg 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
403QAD
116
Infantini 42 42
18875 BUS 2211 02 Intro to Financial Acctg 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
403QAD
116
Infantini 42 42
22732 BUS 2211 03 Intro to Financial Acctg 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
403QAD
116
Infantini 30 22
18246 BUS 2212 01 Intro to Managerial Acct 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
403QAD
117
Infantini 35 34
18587 BUS 2212 02 Intro to Managerial Acct 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
403QAD
117
Sale 35 26
19970 BUS 2212 03 Intro to Managerial Acct 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
403QAD
117
Sale 35 26
22290 BUS 2212 04 Intro to Managerial Acct 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
403QAD
117
Sale 35 14
18126 BUS 2303 01 Macroeconomics 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
403QAD
116
Slotkin 42 42
21622 BUS 2303 02 Macroeconomics 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
403QAD
116
Slotkin 42 41
22787 BUS 2303 04 Macroeconomics 3 TR
1230 - 1345
403QAD
114
Monari 25 23
17851 BUS 2304 01 Microeconomics 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
460SKU
110
Wiggenhorn 70 45
17863 BUS 2304 02 Microeconomics 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
220
Fuller 55 50
18068 BUS 2601 E1 Legal & Social Env of Bus 3 W
1700 - 1940
403QAD
116
Wildman 42 40
18072 BUS 2601 E2 Legal & Social Env of Bus 3 R
1700 - 1940
403QAD
116
Northcutt 42 39
22622 BUS 2601 E3 Legal & Social Env of Bus 3 T
1700 - 1940
403QAD
117
Northcutt 35 32
22777 BUS 2703 01 Business Statistics 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
710FTC
219
Carney 24 7
18361 BUS 2703 02 Business Statistics 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
403QAD
114
Cudmore 25 20
20765 BUS 2703 03 Business Statistics 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
403QAD
114
Cudmore 25 27
18247 BUS 3212 01 Intermediate Accounting 2 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
403QAD
118
Bean 24 8
22827 BUS 3214 01 Accounting Info Systems 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
403QAD
114
Carstens 0 1
21623 BUS 3214 02 Accounting Info Systems 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
403QAD
114
Carstens 25 6
21624 BUS 3304 01 Sports Economics 3 TR
0930 - 1045
403QAD
118
Salaga 24 22
17848 BUS 3401 01 Corporate Finance 3 TR
1230 - 1345
403QAD
117
Dutta 35 26
18583 BUS 3401 02 Corporate Finance 3 TR
0930 - 1045
403QAD
117
Dutta 35 25
18029 BUS 3404 01 Pers Financial Planning 3 TR
1100 - 1215
403QAD
118
Dutta 24 14
18871 BUS 3501 01 Management Principles 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
403QAD
116
Muth 42 33
18227 BUS 3501 02 Management Principles 3 TR
1400 - 1515
403QAD
116
Muth 42 28
18362 BUS 3501 03 Management Principles 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
403QAD
117
Stauffacher 35 30
22292 BUS 3501 04 Management Principles 3 TR
1230 - 1345
402QAD
113
Klaver 36 35
17403 BUS 3503 01 Human Resource Management 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
420CRF
230
Patton 55 49
18485 BUS 3504 01 Management Information Systems 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
403QAD
114
Carstens 25 20
19892 BUS 3504 02 Management Information Systems 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
403QAD
114
Carstens 25 25
22735 BUS 3504 03 Management Information Systems 3 TR
1400 - 1515
403QAD
114
Schmitt 25 21
21625 BUS 3509 01 Intro to Sports Mgmt 3 TR
1100 - 1215
403QAD
117
Salaga 35 16
20488 BUS 3521 01 Intro to DB Systems 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
403QAD
114
Sonnenberg 25 12
17410 BUS 3601 01 Marketing Principles 3 TR
1100 - 1215
403QAD
116
Doss 42 36
18228 BUS 3601 02 Marketing Principles 3 TR
0930 - 1045
403QAD
116
Doss 42 31
22043 BUS 3601 03 Marketing Principles 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
460SKU
121
Cook 33 28
20489 BUS 3605 01 Consumer Behavior 3 TR
1400 - 1515
403QAD
117
Doss 35 19
22767 BUS 3605 A01 Consumer Behavior 0 TR
1400 - 1515
403QAD
117
Doss 1 1
21698 BUS 3612 01 Hosp & Tour Mrktg 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
402QAD
113
Cook 18 13
18030 BUS 3704 01 Quantitative Methods 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
403QAD
116
Carney 42 33
21626 BUS 3705 01 Managing Small Business 3 TR
1400 - 1515
403QAD
118
Klaver 24 20
18248 BUS 4211 01 Internal Audit 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
403QAD
118
Bean 24 13
21630 BUS 4219 E1 Corp Soc Responsibility 3 M
1700 - 1940
403QAD
116
Bunn 42 13
19899 BUS 4284 02 Accounting Practicum
Approval from Mr. Stauffacher or Dr. Vamosi
Meets only first Friday of semester.
3 F
0900 - 1015
TBA
TBA
Bittar 10 9
21628 BUS 4304 01 Sports Finance 3 TR
1230 - 1345
403QAD
118
Salaga 20 14
18249 BUS 4501 01 Production/Operations Mgmt 3 TR
0800 - 0915
403QAD
116
Singer 40 30
17725 BUS 4502 01 Org Behavior and Theory 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
403QAD
117
Walton 35 33
18363 BUS 4502 02 Org Behavior and Theory 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
403QAD
118
Patton 24 22
21061 BUS 4508 01 Web Based Tech for Bus 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
403QAD
114
Sonnenberg 25 11
21118 BUS 4518 E1 eBusiness Design & Implem 3 R
1830 - 2110
403QAD
114
Cirillo 25 19
20491 BUS 4601 01 Mktng Analysis & Strategy 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
403QAD
117
Cudmore 18 13
18031 BUS 4701 01 International Business 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
403QAD
118
Muth 24 20
17413 BUS 4702 01 Bus Strategy and Policy 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
403QAD
114
Perez 25 9
22294 BUS 4702 02 Bus Strategy and Policy 3 TR
0930 - 1045
403QAD
114
Singer 25 10
18487 BUS 4783 01 Practicum Planning
Meets only first Friday of semester, January 11
0 F
0800 - 0850
TBA
TBA
Stauffacher 42 23
19903 BUS 4786 01 Major Field Practicum
Approval from Mr. Stauffacher or Dr. Vamosi
Meets only first Friday of semester
3 F
0900 - 0959
TBA
TBA
Bittar 32 16
21629 BUS 4788 01 Business Plan Research 3 TR
1100 - 1215
403QAD
114
Benjamin 25 17
19906 BUS 4803 01 Global Financial Mgmt 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
403QAD
118
Wiggenhorn 24 15
22663 BUS 5070 01 Special Topics in Business
TOPIC: Marketing Analysis and Strategy
3 MWF
1100 - 1150
403QAD
117
Cudmore 17 12
22630 BUS 5070 03 Special Topics in Business
TOPIC: Advanced Internal Auditing
3 MWF
1400 - 1450
403QAD
118
Bean 24 3
22635 BUS 5116 E1 Commercial Exp 1 3 W
1700 - 1940
403QAD
117
Perez 35 8
21631 BUS 5219 E1 Corp Soc Rsponsibility 3 M
1700 - 1940
403QAD
116
Bunn 42 5
18032 BUS 5421 E1 Managerial Economics 3 M
1700 - 1940
403QAD
117
Slotkin 35 22
18251 BUS 5440 E1 Financial Management 3 W
1700 - 1940
403QAD
114
Wiggenhorn 25 13
22298 BUS 5447 E1 Entrepreneurial Finance 3 T
1700 - 1940
512UNP
TBA
Benjamin 20 13
22299 BUS 5450 E1 Organizational Behavior 3 W
1700 - 1940
460SKU
121
Patton 33 15
20495 BUS 5461 E1 Production & Oper Mgmt 3 R
1700 - 1940
403QAD
117
Maguire 20 15
18714 BUS 5480 E1 Strategic Management 3 R
1700 - 1940
403QAD
118
Perez 24 10
22023 BUS 5499 01 Internship 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Walton 1 0
20493 BUS 5601 HY1 Essentials of Bus Devel 1
DATES: January 06-February 26
3 T
1700 - 2020
403QAD
116
Dutta 42 8
20494 BUS 5602 HY1 Essentials of Bus Devel 2
DATES: Feb 27 - May 3, 2014
3 T
1700 - 2020
403QAD
116
Dutta 42 9
22631 BUS 5644 01 Intl Acct & Reporting
DATES: TBA
3 S
S
0830 - 1150
1300 - 1620
403QAD
403QAD
117
117
Bean 35 24
22684 BUS 5990 04 Independent Study 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Salaga 5 1
18859 CHE 1091 E1 Nano-Sci/Tech Lab 1 M
1800 - 2040
502OPS
118
Brenner 11 4
22707 CHE 1091 HE1 Nano-Sci/Tech Lab 1 M
1800 - 2040
502OPS
118
Brenner 0 1
17727 CHE 1102 01 Intro to Chm Eng 2 1 W
1500 - 1650
501OEC
229
Brenner 16 17
18106 CHE 1102 02 Intro to Chm Eng 2 1 W
1500 - 1650
501OEC
228
Brenner 16 12
20908 CHE 1102 03 Intro to Chm Eng 2 1 WF
1000 - 1050
501OEC
228
Brenner 15 15
20909 CHE 1102 04 Intro to Chm Eng 2 1 WF
1000 - 1050
501OEC
229
Brenner 16 9
22762 CHE 1102 HS3 Intro to Chm Eng 2 1 WF
1000 - 1050
501OEC
228
Brenner 0 1
22120 CHE 2101 01 Chem Proc Principles 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pozo de Fernandez 1 1
17555 CHE 2102 01 Chem Proc Principles 2 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
420CRF
230
Pozo de Fernandez 50 42
21262 CHE 2102 HY1 Chem Proc Principles 2
Offered as a Hybrid course.
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pozo de Fernandez 7 6
18580 CHE 3103 01 Heat Transfer Proc 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
420CRF
404
Jennings 51 38
18910 CHE 3104 01 Mass Transfer Processes 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
420CRF
404
Tomadakis 51 42
17557 CHE 3110 01 Chm Engr Thermodynamics 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
420CRF
402
Pozo de Fernandez 51 37
22191 CHE 3170 01 Intro to Environmental Eng 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
501OEC
117
Jennings 10 7
17803 CHE 3260 01 Materials 3 TR
0800 - 0915
501OEC
118
Brenner 125 118
17841 CHE 3265 01 Materials Laboratory 1 M
M
0800 - 0850
0900 - 1050
501OEC
427FRU
118
104
Kishore 16 17
17804 CHE 3265 02 Materials Laboratory 1 M
T
0800 - 0850
1000 - 1150
501OEC
427FRU
118
104
Kishore 16 17
17805 CHE 3265 03 Materials Laboratory 1 M
W
0800 - 0850
0800 - 0950
501OEC
427FRU
118
104
Kishore 16 17
18242 CHE 3265 04 Materials Laboratory 1 M
M
0800 - 0850
1400 - 1550
501OEC
427FRU
118
104
Kishore 16 15
17837 CHE 3265 05 Materials Laboratory 1 M
F
0800 - 0850
0800 - 0950
501OEC
427FRU
118
104
Kishore 16 16
22047 CHE 3265 06 Materials Laboratory 1 M
F
0800 - 0850
1400 - 1550
501OEC
427FRU
118
104
Kishore 16 16
18333 CHE 3265 07 Materials Laboratory 1 M
R
0800 - 0850
1000 - 1150
501OEC
427FRU
118
104
Kishore 16 15
22192 CHE 4115 01 CHE Processes Lab 2 2 T
1300 - 1655
501OEC
117
Pozo de Fernandez 15 11
22193 CHE 4115 02 CHE Processes Lab 2 2 R
1300 - 1655
501OEC
117
Pozo de Fernandez 15 15
21512 CHE 4122 01 Chemical Process Control 4 T
T
MWF
1230 - 1345
1230 - 1345
1300 - 1350
501OEC
501OEC
420CRF
228
229
210
Whitlow 27 23
21513 CHE 4122 02 Chemical Process Control 4 R
R
MWF
1230 - 1345
1230 - 1345
1300 - 1350
501OEC
501OEC
420CRF
228
229
210
Whitlow 27 6
18582 CHE 4151 01 Chemical Eng Reactor Design 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 4 1
17579 CHE 4182 01 Chm Engr Plant Design 2 3 MWF
M
1100 - 1230
1400 - 1650
501OEC
501OEC
117
228
Whitlow 15 15
20500 CHE 4182 02 Chm Engr Plant Design 2 3 MWF
M
1100 - 1230
1400 - 1650
501OEC
501OEC
117
229
Whitlow 15 11
22194 CHE 4230 01 Spec Top: Separations 3 R
1745 - 2030
710FTC
229
Hill 33 5
17581 CHE 4291 01 Independent Study 1 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pozo de Fernandez 0 5
21453 CHE 4291 03 Independent Study 1 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Whitlow 0 1
18885 CHE 4291 04 Independent Study 1 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tomadakis 0 0
18464 CHE 4291 06 Independent Study 1 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 0 1
22226 CHE 4291 07 Independent Study 1 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kishore 0 0
22225 CHE 4292 01 Independent Study 2 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Brenner 3 3
19817 CHE 4592 E1 Spc Topics in Chem Engr 2
TOPIC: Biomaterials and Tissue Regeneration
3 W
1830 - 2115
502OPS
140
Brenner 20 19
18243 CHE 5100 01 Chem Engr Seminar 0 M
1600 - 1650
501OEC
137
Pozo de Fernandez 20 9
22195 CHE 5150 01 Chemical Reactor Design 3 TR
1100 - 1215
501OEC
117
Jennings 12 10
22196 CHE 5230 01 Separation Processes 3 R
1745 - 2030
710FTC
229
Hill 8 9
22216 CHE 5569 E1 Biomaterials/Tissue Regen 3 W
1830 - 2115
502OPS
140
Brenner 2 3
21394 CHE 5998 01 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Brenner 3 1
21395 CHE 5998 02 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 3 1
21396 CHE 5998 03 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pozo de Fernandez 3 0
21397 CHE 5998 04 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tomadakis 3 0
21398 CHE 5998 05 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Whitlow 3 0
22197 CHE 5998 06 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kishore 3 0
17586 CHE 5999 01 Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 3 1
17909 CHE 5999 02 Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Brenner 3 0
17588 CHE 5999 03 Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pozo de Fernandez 3 0
17590 CHE 5999 04 Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tomadakis 3 0
17592 CHE 5999 05 Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Whitlow 3 2
19821 CHE 5999 06 Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kishore 1 0
22399 CHE 5999 07 Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 3 0
22810 CHE 6990 02 Research in Chem Eng 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Whitlow 1 1
22721 CHE 6999 03 Dissertation in Chem Eng 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 1 0
18889 CHM 1091 E1 Nano-Sci/Tech Lab 1 M
1800 - 2040
502OPS
107
Brenner 12 4
17305 CHM 1101 01 General Chemistry 1 4 MWF
T
1000 - 1050
1100 - 1350
420CRF
502OPS
402
107
Olson 24 29
17306 CHM 1101 02 General Chemistry 1 4 T
MWF
0800 - 1050
1000 - 1050
502OPS
428EVL
107
133
Liao 22 22
17307 CHM 1101 03 General Chemistry 1 4 MWF
W
1000 - 1050
1400 - 1650
428EVL
502OPS
133
107
Liao 26 24
17308 CHM 1101 05 General Chemistry 1 4 MWF
R
1000 - 1050
1100 - 1350
502OPS
502OPS
140
107
Sohn 25 22
17309 CHM 1101 06 General Chemistry 1 4 MWF
R
1000 - 1050
1400 - 1650
502OPS
502OPS
140
107
Sohn 25 24
22333 CHM 1101 07 General Chemistry 1 4 R
MWF
0800 - 1050
1000 - 1050
502OPS
428EVL
107
133
Liao 21 20
22830 CHM 1101 08 General Chemistry 1 4 T
MWF
0800 - 1050
1000 - 1050
502OPS
420CRF
107
402
Olson 5 4
22831 CHM 1101 09 General Chemistry 1 4 MWF
W
1000 - 1050
1400 - 1650
420CRF
502OPS
402
107
Olson 2 0
22832 CHM 1101 10 General Chemistry 1 4 R
MWF
0800 - 1050
1000 - 1050
502OPS
420CRF
107
402
Olson 7 6
22823 CHM 1101 HS1 General Chemistry 1 4 MWF
T
1000 - 1050
1100 - 1350
420CRF
502OPS
402
107
Olson 1 0
17310 CHM 1102 01 General Chemistry 2 4 MWF
T
1300 - 1350
1400 - 1650
502OPS
502OPS
140
118
Knight 25 27
17311 CHM 1102 02 General Chemistry 2 4 T
MWF
0800 - 1050
1300 - 1350
502OPS
502OPS
118
140
Knight 25 23
21647 CHM 1102 03 General Chemistry 2 4 MWF
R
0800 - 0850
1100 - 1350
502OPS
502OPS
140
118
Akhremitchev 25 22
17313 CHM 1102 04 General Chemistry 2 4 MWF
W
0800 - 0850
1100 - 1350
502OPS
502OPS
140
118
Akhremitchev 25 24
17314 CHM 1102 05 General Chemistry 2 4 MWF
R
0800 - 0850
0800 - 1050
428EVL
502OPS
133
118
Novak 25 20
17792 CHM 1102 06 General Chemistry 2 4 MWF
W
0800 - 0850
1400 - 1650
428EVL
502OPS
133
118
Novak 25 25
17315 CHM 2001 01 Organic Chemistry 1 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
502OPS
140
Nesnas 56 40
17316 CHM 2002 01 Organic Chemistry 2 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
428EVL
133
Brown 50 52
21649 CHM 2002 02 Organic Chemistry 2 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
420CRF
210
Brown 50 48
17317 CHM 2011 01 Organic Chem Lab 1 2 T
1300 - 1650
502OPS
126
Novak 18 18
17740 CHM 2011 02 Organic Chem Lab 1 2 T
0800 - 1150
502OPS
126
Novak 18 17
17759 CHM 2012 01 Organic Chem Lab 2 2 M
1300 - 1650
502OPS
126
Nesnas 18 9
17318 CHM 2012 02 Organic Chem Lab 2 2 W
1300 - 1650
502OPS
126
Nesnas 18 13
17319 CHM 2012 03 Organic Chem Lab 2 2 R
0800 - 1150
502OPS
126
Nesnas 18 19
17320 CHM 2012 04 Organic Chem Lab 2 2 R
1300 - 1650
502OPS
126
Nesnas 18 17
17321 CHM 3002 01 Physical Chemistry 2 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
502OPS
144
Akhremitchev 35 4
22334 CHM 3011 01 Physical Chem 1 Lab 2 T
0800 - 1150
502OPS
209
Baum 12 5
17322 CHM 3012 01 Physical Chem 2 Lab 2 R
1300 - 1650
502OPS
209
Baum 12 3
17323 CHM 3302 01 Analytical Chemistry 2 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
501OEC
137
Olson 18 4
17324 CHM 3312 01 Analytical Chem Lab 2/Instrume 2 R
0800 - 1150
502OPS
209
Olson 10 0
17325 CHM 4002 01 Inorganic Chemistry 2 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
502OPS
144
Babich 15 3
17860 CHM 4111 01 Adv Physical Chemistry 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
502OPS
144
Baum 11 2
17751 CHM 4222 01 Environmental Chem 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
502OPS
144
Sohn 35 22
22667 CHM 4550 E1 Polymer Chemistry 3 TR
1830 - 1945
502OPS
144
Liao 25 4
17546 CHM 4611 01 Adv Lab Techniques 1 2 T
0800 - 1150
502OPS
209
Wehmschulte 5 4
18576 CHM 4800 01 Undergraduate Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 5 6
17326 CHM 4801 01 Undergraduate Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 5 0
17327 CHM 4900 E1 Chemistry Seminar 0 R
1700 - 1820
460SKU
110
Wehmschulte 10 6
17328 CHM 4901 E1 Senior Research Seminar 1 R
1700 - 1820
460SKU
110
Wehmschulte 10 1
17329 CHM 4911 01 Senior Thesis in Chem 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 10 1
17330 CHM 5002 01 Adv Inorganic Chemistry 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
502OPS
144
Babich 15 11
19288 CHM 5018 01 Spc Top in Inorganic Chem 3 MW
1700 - 1815
402QAD
113
Wehmschulte 20 6
17331 CHM 5095 01 Chemical Research Projects 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 10 5
17868 CHM 5111 01 Adv Physical Chemistry 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
502OPS
144
Baum 20 18
20497 CHM 5501 01 Interp of Chemical Spectra 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
502OPS
209
Novak 12 3
22335 CHM 5508 01 Bio-organic Chemistry 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
502OPS
144
Nesnas 19 11
22737 CHM 5508 A01 Bio-organic Chemistry 0 MWF
0800 - 0850
502OPS
144
Nesnas 0 1
21319 CHM 5550 E1 Polymer Chemistry 3 TR
1830 - 1945
502OPS
144
Liao 20 12
17333 CHM 5900 E1 Chemistry Graduate Seminar 0 R
1700 - 1820
460SKU
110
Wehmschulte 45 43
17334 CHM 5901 E1 Chemistry Thesis Seminar 1 R
1700 - 1820
460SKU
110
Wehmschulte 25 2
17335 CHM 5999 01 Thesis in Chemistry 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 15 4
17336 CHM 6095 01 Chemical Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 15 12
22752 CHM 6899 0 Final Semester Dissertation 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 1 0
17337 CHM 6999 01 Dissertation in Chemistry 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 15 6
17796 CHM 6999 02 Dissertation in Chemistry 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 0 0
22284 CIS 5000 W01 Fund of Info Sys
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rukieh 28 34
18632 CIS 5100 E1 Data Structures & Program 3 M
1830 - 2115
501OEC
127
Engler 16 18
22824 CIS 5100 E2 Data Structures & Program 3 M
1830 - 2115
501OEC
128
Johnson 16 17
20899 CIS 5100 W01 Data Structures & Program
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kasza 28 20
19794 CIS 5200 E1 Advanced Programming 3 R
1715 - 1945
501OEC
130
Shaykhian 17 7
20900 CIS 5200 W01 Advanced Programming
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Johnson 28 7
20311 CIS 5220 E1 Computer Organization 3 W
1715 - 1945
420CRF
403
VanSuetendael 28 27
20902 CIS 5220 W01 Computer Organization
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
VanSuetendael 28 6
19795 CIS 5230 01 Operating Systems 3 MW
1230 - 1345
420CRF
524
Baggs 22 6
20903 CIS 5230 W01 Operating Systems
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shaykhian 28 9
21077 CIS 5400 E1 Topics in Comput Info Sys
TOPIC: Mobile Apps Programming
3 M
1715 - 1945
420CRF
524
Rukieh 15 10
21683 CIS 5600 E1 Info Security Mgmt 3 R
1715 - 1945
501OEC
137
Workman 36 26
22283 CIS 5720 W01 Project & Change Control
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cirillo 31 28
21680 CIS 5740 W01 Web Programming
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shaykhian 22 7
21997 CIS 5750 E1 Wireless Info Systems 3 T
1715 - 1945
460SKU
110
Rukieh 32 27
18849 CIS 5890 E1 Ind Study in CIS
Permission to register from Dr. R. Baggs.
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baggs 5 1
21685 CIS 5898 E1 Project in CIS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Parenteau 22 8
21715 CIS 5898 E2 Project in CIS
Permission to register from Dr. R. Baggs
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baggs 5 1
21686 CIS 5898 W01 Project in CIS
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Johnson 22 9
21687 CIS 5999 01 Thesis
Permission to register from Dr. R. Baggs
3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baggs 2 0
21864 COM 1010 01 Media Practicum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Petersen 10 2
17765 COM 1101 01 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
460SKU
106
Finnegan 22 27
17944 COM 1101 02 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
460SKU
102
Smith 20 22
18936 COM 1101 03 Composition and Rhetoric 3 TR
0800 - 0915
420CRF
403
Mallak 20 20
18344 COM 1101 04 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
420CRF
609
Leach 20 21
17981 COM 1101 05 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
420CRF
609
Leach 20 22
21007 COM 1101 06 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
420CRF
609
Parla-Palumbo 22 24
18345 COM 1101 07 Composition and Rhetoric 3 TR
1100 - 1215
402QAD
113
Griggs 20 20
21008 COM 1101 08 Composition and Rhetoric 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
526
Fazal 24 18
19315 COM 1101 09 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
420CRF
609
Parla-Palumbo 20 24
19316 COM 1101 10 Composition and Rhetoric 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
609
Mallak 22 18
21529 COM 1101 11 Composition and Rhetoric 3 TR
1230 - 1345
420CRF
407
Patterson 20 15
22117 COM 1101 12 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
424LNK
255
Bernard 21 20
22346 COM 1101 13 Composition and Rhetoric 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
420CRF
526
Finnegan 22 23
22347 COM 1101 14 Composition and Rhetoric 3 TR
1400 - 1515
420CRF
526
Patterson 22 26
21009 COM 1102 01 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
420CRF
526
Finnegan 21 21
17619 COM 1102 02 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
460SKU
116
Lavelle 22 24
18521 COM 1102 03 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
420CRF
526
Dorfeld 22 23
17620 COM 1102 04 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
420CRF
526
Dorfeld 22 22
17621 COM 1102 05 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
420CRF
404
Parla-Palumbo 22 26
17622 COM 1102 06 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
460SKU
120
Lavelle 18 15
18041 COM 1102 07 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
420CRF
526
Dorfeld 22 22
21530 COM 1102 08 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
460SKU
116
Finnegan 22 21
18693 COM 1102 09 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1400 - 1515
420CRF
407
Crofton 20 20
21011 COM 1102 11 Writing About Literature 3 TR
0800 - 0915
420CRF
526
Patterson 22 14
18040 COM 1102 13 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1530 - 1645
115GRS
TBA
Belyi 22 22
18938 COM 1102 14 Writing About Literature 3 TR
0930 - 1045
460SKU
106
Leach 22 23
17629 COM 1102 15 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1230 - 1345
420CRF
526
Crofton 22 17
17632 COM 1102 16 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1230 - 1345
460SKU
219
Leach 22 24
18939 COM 1102 17 Writing About Literature 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
407
Lelekis 18 18
21013 COM 1102 18 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1230 - 1345
460SKU
103
Wallace 19 19
21531 COM 1102 19 Writing About Literature 3 TR
0930 - 1045
501OEC
137
Crofton 22 22
21528 COM 1102 20 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1100 - 1215
420CRF
526
Lelekis 20 24
21014 COM 1102 21 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1400 - 1515
115GRS
TBA
Belyi 18 19
21015 COM 1102 E1 Writing About Literature 3 TR
1700 - 1815
115GRS
TBA
Belyi 19 16
19339 COM 1102 E3 Writing About Literature 3 MW
1700 - 1815
402QAD
110
Patterson 20 19
22746 COM 1102 HS1 Writing About Literature 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
420CRF
526
Finnegan 0 1
18653 COM 2012 01 Research Sources and Syst 1 M
1530 - 1645
428EVL
204
Petralia 24 24
17637 COM 2012 02 Research Sources and Syst 1 T
1400 - 1515
428EVL
204
Petralia 24 22
20525 COM 2012 03 Research Sources and Syst 1 T
1530 - 1645
428EVL
204
Weber 24 17
18597 COM 2150 01 Creative Writing 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
420CRF
610
Lavelle 15 15
22000 COM 2150 A01 Creative Writing 0 MWF
1000 - 1050
420CRF
610
Lavelle 0 0
18123 COM 2223 01 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
420CRF
610
Irvin 18 18
17641 COM 2223 02 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
420CRF
610
Irvin 18 17
22348 COM 2223 03 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
420CRF
620
Laakman 18 17
17643 COM 2223 04 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1230 - 1345
420CRF
620
Berry 18 19
17644 COM 2223 05 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
620
Gallop 18 19
17884 COM 2223 06 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1100 - 1215
420CRF
610
Strother 18 17
19296 COM 2223 07 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
420CRF
620
Mazo 18 17
18124 COM 2223 08 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
420CRF
610
Irvin 18 17
18229 COM 2223 09 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1100 - 1215
420CRF
609
Gallop 18 20
18566 COM 2223 10 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1530 - 1645
420CRF
620
Gallop 18 18
18694 COM 2223 11 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1400 - 1515
420CRF
610
Gallop 18 19
21545 COM 2223 12 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
420CRF
609
Irvin 18 18
21546 COM 2223 13 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
420CRF
620
Mazo 18 17
22705 COM 2223 14 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
0800 - 0915
420CRF
620
TBA 0 0
22706 COM 2223 15 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1400 - 1515
420CRF
620
Berry 18 15
18270 COM 2223 E1 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1700 - 1815
420CRF
620
Lail 18 18
22349 COM 2223 E2 Sci/Tech Comm 3 MW
1700 - 1815
420CRF
620
McBride 18 18
22551 COM 2223 E3 Sci/Tech Comm 3 TR
1830 - 1945
420CRF
620
Lail 18 18
17645 COM 2224 01 Bus/Prof Wrtg 3 TR
1100 - 1215
420CRF
620
Dorfeld 18 17
20992 COM 2224 02 Bus/Prof Wrtg 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
610
Dorfeld 18 22
22714 COM 2224 05 Bus/Prof Wrtg 3 TR
1530 - 1645
420CRF
526
Berry 18 17
22350 COM 2225 01 Writing for Media 3 MW
1700 - 1815
420CRF
611
Reed 18 18
19297 COM 2370 01 Speech 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
420CRF
610
Laakman 20 21
19308 COM 2502 01 Layout and Design 3 TR
1530 - 1645
420CRF
611
Sohn 12 12
18043 COM 3070 01 Prof Comm for Execs 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
420CRF
620
Page 18 19
17648 COM 3070 02 Prof Comm for Execs 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
420CRF
620
Mazo 18 17
18600 COM 3070 03 Prof Comm for Execs 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
420CRF
620
Mazo 18 17
20993 COM 3070 04 Prof Comm for Execs 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
420CRF
401
Page 18 26
20995 COM 3242 01 Journalism 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
611
Petersen 15 5
18558 COM 4050 01 Independent Study 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
17651 COM 4090 01 Communication Internship 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Petersen 0 0
22351 COM 4130 E1 Global Communication 3 W
1700 - 1940
420CRF
610
Strother 10 9
19921 COM 4430 01 Res Meth Tech & Prof Comm 3 TR
1400 - 1515
420CRF
611
Sohn 15 10
21691 COM 4440 E1 Strategic Comm 3 R
1700 - 1940
420CRF
610
Sohn 10 3
21692 COM 4777 01 Sr Des Project 3 TR
1230 - 1345
420CRF
611
Petersen 15 4
20996 COM 5100 E1 Communication Theory 3 M
1700 - 1940
420CRF
610
Page 14 6
21559 COM 5110 E1 Strategic Communication 3 R
1700 - 1940
420CRF
610
Sohn 15 6
22352 COM 5130 E1 Global Communication 3 W
1700 - 1940
420CRF
610
Strother 15 9
22750 COM 5430 01 Independent Study 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Petersen 2 1
22809 COM 5430 02 Independent Study 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sohn 1 0
22794 COM 5890 01 Final Sem Design Project 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Page 1 1
20999 COM 5990 01 Design Project 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Strother 2 2
21000 COM 5990 02 Design Project 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Edwards 0 0
21001 COM 5990 03 Design Project 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sohn 2 0
22170 COM 5990 05 Design Project 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Strother 1 0
17708 COM 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Strother 2 1
20407 COM 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Edwards 0 0
20822 COM 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sohn 2 3
21004 COM 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Petersen 3 3
20030 CON 3000 01 Construction Soils 3 MW
0800 - 0915
501OEC
137
Bleakley 20 11
20417 CON 3001 01 Structural Systems 3 TR
0800 - 0915
460SKU
116
Bleakley 20 9
20031 CON 3002 01 Mechanical Systems 3 TR
1230 - 1345
460SKU
120
Locurcio 25 23
19705 CON 4002 E1 Construction Equipment 3 TR
1700 - 1815
420CRF
230
Bleakley 30 43
21724 CON 4092 01 Const Project 3 F
1000 - 1150
424LNK
255
Locurcio 15 8
17821 CSE 1001 01 Fund of Software Dev 1 4 TR
MWF
0800 - 0915
1000 - 1050
501OEC
420CRF
127
401
Bernhard 13 8
18051 CSE 1001 02 Fund of Software Dev 1 4 TR
MWF
0800 - 0915
1000 - 1050
501OEC
420CRF
128
401
Bernhard 13 2
22228 CSE 1001 03 Fund of Software Dev 1 4 TR
MWF
0930 - 1045
1000 - 1050
501OEC
420CRF
228
401
Bernhard 13 9
22229 CSE 1001 04 Fund of Software Dev 1 4 TR
MWF
0930 - 1045
1000 - 1050
501OEC
420CRF
229
401
Bernhard 12 9
17456 CSE 1002 01 Fund of Software Dev 2 4 MWF
TR
0900 - 0950
0930 - 1045
420CRF
501OEC
403
127
Stansifer 16 12
17757 CSE 1002 02 Fund of Software Dev 2 4 TR
MWF
0930 - 1045
1000 - 1050
501OEC
420CRF
128
403
Stansifer 16 15
18053 CSE 1002 03 Fund of Software Dev 2 4 MWF
TR
0900 - 0950
1230 - 1345
420CRF
501OEC
403
127
Stansifer 16 2
18054 CSE 1002 04 Fund of Software Dev 2 4 MWF
TR
1000 - 1050
1230 - 1345
420CRF
501OEC
403
128
Stansifer 16 10
21505 CSE 1002 05 Fund of Software Dev 2 4 MWF
TR
0900 - 0950
1100 - 1215
420CRF
501OEC
403
127
Stansifer 16 10
21506 CSE 1002 06 Fund of Software Dev 2 4 MWF
TR
1000 - 1050
1100 - 1215
420CRF
501OEC
403
128
Stansifer 16 17
17710 CSE 1301 01 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
501OEC
127
Amorde 16 21
20452 CSE 1301 02 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
501OEC
128
Amorde 16 17
17742 CSE 1301 03 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
501OEC
127
Amorde 16 18
20453 CSE 1301 04 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
501OEC
128
Amorde 16 18
17892 CSE 1301 05 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
501OEC
127
Amorde 16 17
20454 CSE 1301 06 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1200 - 1250
501OEC
128
Amorde 16 16
17940 CSE 1301 07 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
501OEC
127
Xie 16 16
20455 CSE 1301 08 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
501OEC
128
Xie 15 15
21990 CSE 1301 09 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
501OEC
228
Xie 16 17
21993 CSE 1301 10 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1100 - 1150
501OEC
229
Xie 16 16
21995 CSE 1301 11 Intro to Comp Applications 3 MWF
1000 - 1050
500OLS
120
Xie 16 14
18579 CSE 1400 01 Applied Discrete Mathematics 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
420CRF
402
Shoaff 35 33
17756 CSE 1502 01 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1600 - 1650
501OEC
127
Scott 16 17
20456 CSE 1502 02 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1600 - 1650
501OEC
128
Scott 15 16
17706 CSE 1502 03 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
501OEC
228
Scott 16 16
20457 CSE 1502 04 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1300 - 1350
501OEC
229
Scott 16 14
18133 CSE 1502 05 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
501OEC
127
Scott 16 17
20458 CSE 1502 06 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
501OEC
128
Scott 16 16
18134 CSE 1502 07 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
501OEC
127
Scott 16 15
20459 CSE 1502 08 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
1500 - 1550
501OEC
128
Scott 15 15
22689 CSE 1502 09 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
501OEC
127
Vasquez 14 12
22690 CSE 1502 10 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 3 MWF
0800 - 0850
501OEC
128
Vasquez 14 15
22674 CSE 1502 A02 Intro Sftwr Dev w/C++ 0 MWF
1600 - 1650
501OEC
128
Scott 1 1
20462 CSE 1503 03 Intro Soft Dev w/FORTRAN 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
501OEC
128
Vasquez 14 9
18381 CSE 1503 04 Intro Soft Dev w/FORTRAN 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
501OEC
127
Vasquez 15 14
18067 CSE 2010 02 Algorithms & Data Struct 4 TR
MW
1530 - 1645
1700 - 1815
501OEC
502OPS
128
144
Menezes 14 11
18135 CSE 2010 03 Algorithms & Data Struct 4 TR
MW
1400 - 1515
1700 - 1815
501OEC
502OPS
127
144
Menezes 14 13
18468 CSE 2010 04 Algorithms & Data Struct 4 TR
MW
1400 - 1515
1700 - 1815
501OEC
502OPS
128
144
Menezes 14 4
17824 CSE 2010 E1 Algorithms & Data Struct 4 TR
MW
1530 - 1645
1700 - 1815
501OEC
502OPS
127
144
Menezes 14 3
21064 CSE 2050 01 Program in a Second Lang 3 TR
1100 - 1215
420CRF
210
Mayron 38 36
22231 CSE 2050 02 Program in a Second Lang 3 TR
1400 - 1515
420CRF
401
Mayron 25 13
20305 CSE 2120 01 Comp Org Machine Prog 3 TR
1230 - 1345
502OPS
140
Allen III 35 42
21527 CSE 2120 02 Comp Org Machine Prog 3 TR
1530 - 1645
420CRF
210
Allen III 35 40
18427 CSE 2400 01 Applied Statistics 3 TR
1400 - 1515
501OEC
137
Kaner 24 8
22708 CSE 2400 HS1 Applied Statistics 3 TR
1400 - 1515
501OEC
137
Kaner 0 0
17788 CSE 2410 01 Intro to Software Eng 3 MWF
TR
1200 - 1250
1230 - 1345
501OEC
420CRF
228
402
Gallagher 16 19
20742 CSE 2410 02 Intro to Software Eng 3 MWF
TR
1200 - 1250
1230 - 1345
501OEC
420CRF
229
402
Gallagher 16 16
22232 CSE 3411 01 Software Testing 1 3 TR
1530 - 1645
501OEC
137
Tilley 25 27
17820 CSE 4001 01 Opr Systems Concepts 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
502OPS
140
Ribeiro 30 30
19836 CSE 4082 E1 Intro Par & Real-Time Alg 3 TR
TR
1700 - 1815
1700 - 1815
501OEC
501OEC
128
127
Jones 10 9
17774 CSE 4083 E1 Formal Lang/Auto Th 3 MWF
1400 - 1450
420CRF
220
Bernhard 37 42
18136 CSE 4101 01 Computer Science Proj 1 3 MW
1600 - 1650
420CRF
210
Chan 20 11
17823 CSE 4102 01 Computer Science Proj 2 3 MW
1600 - 1650
420CRF
210
Chan 20 18
18262 CSE 4201 01 Software Devel Proj 1 3 MW
1600 - 1650
420CRF
210
Chan 20 3
17822 CSE 4202 01 Software Devel Proj 2 3 MW
1600 - 1650
420CRF
210
Chan 20 3
19837 CSE 4232 E1 Network Programming 3 MW
1830 - 1945
500OLS
130
Silaghi 15 13
18545 CSE 4251 E1 Compiler Theory 3 TR
1700 - 1815
420CRF
401
Stansifer 20 2
18137 CSE 4280 01 Computer Graphics Algorithms 3 M
1700 - 1945
460SKU
121
Ribeiro 15 12
21716 CSE 4285 01 Game Design 3 TR
1230 - 1345
420CRF
404
Bernhard 25 24
19159 CSE 4400 15 Independent Study in Comp 1-3 F
1600 - 1650
501OEC
229
Stansifer 6 4
22659 CSE 4400 E15 Independent Study in Comp 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 2 2
21065 CSE 4415 E1 Software Testing 2 3 MW
1700 - 1815
501OEC
229
Gallagher 20 15
22235 CSE 4510 03 Spc Top in Comp Science
TOPIC: Mobile Apps Programming
3 MW
1100 - 1215
500OLS
120
Crawford 11 11
22287 CSE 4510 E06 Spc Top in Comp Science
TOPIC: Interdisciplinary Computer Science
3 TR
1700 - 1815
424LNK
255
Chan 10 0
20465 CSE 4510 E11 Spc Top in Comp Science
TOPIC: Scientific Computing
3 MW
2000 - 2115
420CRF
403
Mitra 5 0
22006 CSE 4510 E14 Spc Top in Comp Science
TOPIC: Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
3 MW
2000 - 2115
500OLS
130
Silaghi 1 0
22665 CSE 4520 01 Special Topics in SE
TOPIC: Windows Systems Programming
3 TR
0800 - 0915
420CRF
404
Ford 20 7
21514 CSE 4610 01 Requirements Engineering 3 TR
1230 - 1345
501OEC
137
Kaner 15 13
21515 CSE 4621 01 Software Metrics & Modeling 3 MW
1830 - 1945
501OEC
137
Kaner 15 12
19725 CSE 5210 E1 Formal Langs & Automata Theory 3 MW
1700 - 1815
501OEC
137
Mitra 31 33
19839 CSE 5232 E1 Network Programming 3 MW
1830 - 1945
500OLS
130
Silaghi 25 16
18546 CSE 5251 E1 Compiler Theory and Design 3 TR
1700 - 1815
420CRF
401
Stansifer 20 3
18649 CSE 5280 01 Computer Graphics 3 M
1700 - 1945
460SKU
121
Ribeiro 14 9
22245 CSE 5400 03 Topics in CS
TOPIC: Mibile Application Development
3 MW
1100 - 1215
500OLS
120
Crawford 4 4
21069 CSE 5400 13 Topics in CS
TOPIC: Image & Video Understanding
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 3
22288 CSE 5400 E06 Topics in CS
TOPIC: Interdisciplinary Computer Science
3 TR
1700 - 1815
424LNK
255
Chan 10 2
22778 CSE 5401 05 Independent Study in CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 1 2
17948 CSE 5500 01 Computer Science Seminar 0 F
1200 - 1250
501OEC
118
Menezes 60 58
18230 CSE 5500 W01 Computer Science Seminar
ONLINE COURSE
0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 15 5
18231 CSE 5500 W02 Computer Science Seminar
ONLINE COURSE-ESD Students Only
0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 10 0
18449 CSE 5501 01 CS Internship 0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 10 3
19306 CSE 5636 01 Network Security 3 MW
1530 - 1645
502OPS
140
Carvalho 26 27
19061 CSE 5693 E1 Machine Learning 3 TR
1830 - 1945
424LNK
255
Chan 20 4
21772 CSE 5694 E14 Robotics & AI 3 MW
2000 - 2115
500OLS
130
Silaghi 20 16
22874 CSE 5800 07 Adv Topics in CS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 1 1
22624 CSE 5800 09 Adv Topics in CS
TOPIC: Multimedia Information Retrieval
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 7 5
22768 CSE 5800 10 Adv Topics in CS
TOPIC: Community Detection in Networks
3 F
1430 - 1715
TBA
TBA
Menezes 10 4
22734 CSE 5800 E11 Adv Topics in CS
TOPIC: Scientific Computing
3 MW
2000 - 2115
420CRF
403
Mitra 10 6
22062 CSE 5801 01 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 5 0
19205 CSE 5801 02 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 0
22063 CSE 5801 03 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 1 1
22064 CSE 5801 04 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 5 1
22065 CSE 5801 05 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 1
22066 CSE 5801 06 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 5 0
22067 CSE 5801 07 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 0
22068 CSE 5801 08 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaner 5 1
22069 CSE 5801 09 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 1
21388 CSE 5801 10 Independent Research CS
TOPIC: Network Analysis
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 7 0
22798 CSE 5801 11 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 1
22070 CSE 5801 12 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallagher 5 2
18568 CSE 5801 13 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 7 6
20184 CSE 5801 14 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 5 2
22073 CSE 5801 15 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 5 0
18673 CSE 5801 16 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tilley 5 0
22071 CSE 5801 18 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
17430 CSE 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 5 0
17753 CSE 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 0
17462 CSE 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 5 0
17949 CSE 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 5 0
17464 CSE 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 2
18398 CSE 5999 06 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 5 0
18056 CSE 5999 07 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 0
17465 CSE 5999 08 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaner 5 0
17466 CSE 5999 09 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 0
17468 CSE 5999 10 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 5 0
18057 CSE 5999 11 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 2
17752 CSE 5999 12 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallagher 5 0
18091 CSE 5999 13 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 1
18265 CSE 5999 14 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 5 2
18266 CSE 5999 15 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 5 0
18267 CSE 5999 16 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tilley 5 0
18399 CSE 5999 17 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
21363 CSE 5999 18 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
18237 CSE 6990 01 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 5 0
17898 CSE 6990 02 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 0
18452 CSE 6990 03 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 5 0
17951 CSE 6990 04 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 5 0
17899 CSE 6990 05 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 1
18453 CSE 6990 06 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 5 0
18454 CSE 6990 07 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 0
17900 CSE 6990 08 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaner 5 1
17901 CSE 6990 09 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 1
17902 CSE 6990 10 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 5 2
18402 CSE 6990 11 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 0
17903 CSE 6990 12 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallagher 5 1
18403 CSE 6990 13 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 0
18334 CSE 6990 14 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 5 2
18404 CSE 6990 15 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 5 0
18405 CSE 6990 16 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tilley 5 0
18406 CSE 6990 17 Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
18236 CSE 6999 01 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 5 0
17683 CSE 6999 02 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 4
18238 CSE 6999 03 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 5 0
17950 CSE 6999 04 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 5 0
17486 CSE 6999 05 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 0
18407 CSE 6999 06 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 5 0
18455 CSE 6999 07 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 1
17731 CSE 6999 08 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaner 5 0
17775 CSE 6999 09 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 0
17732 CSE 6999 10 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 5 2
17763 CSE 6999 11 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 3
17776 CSE 6999 12 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallagher 5 1
18332 CSE 6999 13 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 3
18335 CSE 6999 14 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 5 3
18408 CSE 6999 15 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 5 0
18409 CSE 6999 16 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tilley 5 0
18410 CSE 6999 17 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
18411 CSE 6999 18 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
18572 CVE 1001 01 Computer Applications Lab 1 F
1400 - 1650
501OEC
130
Wright 15 15
20954 CVE 1001 02 Computer Applications Lab 1 M
0800 - 1050
501OEC
130
Wright 17 7
18574 CVE 2001 01 Research in Civil Engineering 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Heck 2 0
18116 CVE 2080 01 Construction Measurements 3 M
MW
0800 - 1050
1400 - 1450
501OEC
501OEC
105
118
Heck 10 12
18117 CVE 2080 02 Construction Measurements 3 MW
T
1400 - 1450
1400 - 1650
501OEC
501OEC
118
105
Heck 10 13
18118 CVE 2080 03 Construction Measurements 3 R
MW
0800 - 1050
1400 - 1450
501OEC
501OEC
105
118
Heck 10 12
20955 CVE 2080 04 Construction Measurements 3 MW
R
1400 - 1450
1400 - 1650
501OEC
501OEC
118
105
Heck 10 9
17487 CVE 3020 01 Soils and Foundations 3 TR
0930 - 1045
420CRF
403
Kalajian 48 37
17488 CVE 3021 01 Soil Mechanics Lab 1 F
1200 - 1450
501OEC
111
Dekhn 10 12
17489 CVE 3021 02 Soil Mechanics Lab 1 W
1400 - 1650
501OEC
111
Dekhn 10 10
22223 CVE 3021 03 Soil Mechanics Lab 1 F
0800 - 1050
501OEC
111
Dekhn 10 13
21533 CVE 3042 01 Water and Wastewater Sys 3 TR
1530 - 1645
420CRF
220
Heck 55 28
17495 CVE 4000 01 Engr Econ and Planning 3 TR
1230 - 1345
420CRF
210
Schroeder 45 40
17499 CVE 4013 01 Steel Structures 3 MW
1230 - 1345
501OEC
105
Suksawang 12 11
18383 CVE 4019 01 Timber Structures 3 TR
1100 - 1215
501OEC
228
Pinelli 11 10
17737 CVE 4020 01 Foundation Design 3 TR
0930 - 1045
502OPS
140
Cosentino 25 11
18621 CVE 4032 01 Hydraulics and Hydrology 3 MW
0930 - 1045
710FTC
244
Pandit 40 39
20956 CVE 4035 01 Urban Hydrology 3 MW
1400 - 1515
501OEC
105
Pandit 10 9
18654 CVE 4074 E1 Leading Construction Ops 3 MW
1700 - 1815
428EVL
133
Locurcio 40 46
17512 CVE 4090 01 Sel Top in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 2 0
18564 CVE 4091 02 Design Project 1 1 M
W
1600 - 1650
1600 - 1650
420CRF
501OEC
403
137
Heck 25 14
17515 CVE 4092 01 Design Project 2 3 M
W
1600 - 1650
1600 - 1650
420CRF
501OEC
403
137
Heck 25 15
17517 CVE 4095 01 Independent Study 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 2 0
18384 CVE 5019 01 Des of Timber Struct 3 TR
1100 - 1215
501OEC
228
Pinelli 4 7
17738 CVE 5025 01 Foundation Design 3 TR
0930 - 1045
502OPS
140
Cosentino 25 11
21311 CVE 5035 01 Des Con in Urban Hydrology 3 MW
1400 - 1515
501OEC
105
Pandit 5 0
22224 CVE 5060 E1 Highway Design 3 TR
1700 - 1815
420CRF
403
Cosentino 20 21
18555 CVE 5074 E1 Leading Construction Operation 3 MW
1700 - 1815
428EVL
133
Locurcio 15 17
21448 CVE 5080 03 Sel Top in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Heck 1 0
17525 CVE 5095 01 Spc Proj in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 0 0
18868 CVE 5095 02 Spc Proj in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Locurcio 0 0
22173 CVE 5095 03 Spc Proj in Civil Engr
TOPIC: High Pile Rebound
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cosentino 1 0
17526 CVE 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kalajian 5 0
17528 CVE 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cosentino 5 1
17529 CVE 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 5 0
22691 CVE 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bleakley 3 2
17530 CVE 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pinelli 5 0
17739 CVE 5999 06 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Heck 5 0
17534 CVE 6991 01 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 5 0
20288 CVE 6991 02 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pinelli 1 1
21377 CVE 6991 03 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Heck 1 0
22125 CVE 6991 04 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 F
TBA TBA
TBA
Cosentino 5 1
22745 CVE 6991 05 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Suksawang 1 1
17535 CVE 6999 01 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 5 0
17767 CVE 6999 02 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cosentino 6 5
17843 CVE 6999 03 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kalajian 5 1
17845 CVE 6999 04 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pinelli 5 2
17846 CVE 6999 05 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Heck 5 1
18079 CWE 1001 01 Cooperative Education 1 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 30 5
17638 CWE 2001 01 Cooperative Education 2
Must have completed CWE 1001
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gaynor 30 2
17639 CWE 3001 01 Cooperative Education 3
Must have completed CWE 1001,2001
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gaynor 30 0
21476 CWE 3003 01 Engineering Coop Ed
Must have completed CWE 1001, 2001
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 30 1
17640 CWE 4001 01 Cooperative Education 4
Must have completed CWE 1001,2001,3001
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gaynor 30 0
17642 CWE 5000 01 Graduate Coop Education
Must be accepted as Grad Co-Op
0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gaynor 30 5
21688 CYB 5272 01 Comp and Info Security 3 MW
0930 - 1045
460SKU
206
Crawford 25 15
22625 CYB 5285 01 Secure Operating Systems 3 TR
1530 - 1645
502OPS
140
Zhang 20 10
22248 CYB 5288 E1 Secure Sys & Org 3 TR
1830 - 1945
420CRF
404
Allen III 25 19
22247 CYB 5290 01 Secure Data Coms & Networks 3 MW
1530 - 1645
502OPS
140
Carvalho 18 14
22249 CYB 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 0
22250 CYB 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 0
22251 CYB 5999 03 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 0
22252 CYB 5999 04 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 5 0
22253 CYB 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 0
19086 ECE 1551 01 Digital Logic 4 TR
T
0930 - 1045
1700 - 1950
420CRF
501OEC
404
357
Kozaitis 18 16
21445 ECE 1551 02 Digital Logic 4 TR
R
0930 - 1045
1700 - 1950
420CRF
501OEC
404
357
Kozaitis 18 9
17422 ECE 1552 01 Computer Design 4 M
TR
1400 - 1650
1530 - 1645
501OEC
501OEC
357
118
Otero 18 16
19087 ECE 1552 02 Computer Design 4 TR
M
1530 - 1645
1700 - 1950
501OEC
501OEC
118
357
Otero 18 18
17427 ECE 1552 03 Computer Design 4 W
TR
1400 - 1650
1530 - 1645
501OEC
501OEC
357
118
Otero 18 17
19088 ECE 1552 05 Computer Design 4 R
TR
1100 - 1350
1530 - 1645
501OEC
501OEC
357
118
Otero 18 16
21470 ECE 2111 01 Circuit Theory 1 4 MWF
M
0900 - 0950
1700 - 1950
460SKU
501OEC
110
358
Murshid 18 18
19193 ECE 2111 02 Circuit Theory 1 4 MWF
W
0900 - 0950
1700 - 1950
460SKU
501OEC
110
358
Murshid 18 17
17429 ECE 2112 01 Circuit Theory 2 4 MWF
R
1000 - 1050
1700 - 1950
460SKU
501OEC
110
358
Murshid 16 14
17431 ECE 2112 02 Circuit Theory 2 4 MWF
W
1000 - 1050
1400 - 1650
460SKU
501OEC
110
358
Murshid 16 7
17789 ECE 2112 03 Circuit Theory 2 4 MWF
T
1000 - 1050
1100 - 1350
460SKU
501OEC
110
358
Murshid 16 16
19767 ECE 2112 04 Circuit Theory 2 4 MWF
T
1000 - 1050
1700 - 1950
460SKU
501OEC
110
358
Murshid 16 15
18102 ECE 2552 03 Soft/Hardware Integration 3 MW
W
1200 - 1250
1700 - 1950
420CRF
501OEC
230
327
Otero 15 16
22682 ECE 2552 05 Soft/Hardware Integration 3 MW
M
1200 - 1250
1700 - 1950
420CRF
501OEC
230
327
Otero 10 9
21967 ECE 3222 01 Signals and Systems 3 TR
0800 - 0915
500OLS
129
Anagnostopoulos 35 14
18320 ECE 3240 01 Junior Design 1 M
1100 - 1150
501OEC
118
Grossman 90 87
22652 ECE 3240 02 Junior Design 1 M
1200 - 1250
501OEC
118
Grossman 0 1
19272 ECE 3331 01 Electron Devices 3 TR
1100 - 1215
710FTC
244
Earles 70 64
19089 ECE 3442 01 Electromagnetic Waves 3 TR
0930 - 1045
501OEC
118
Lail 70 62
17433 ECE 3552 02 Microcomputer Systems 2 4 TR
R
1530 - 1645
1830 - 2120
501OEC
501OEC
327
327
Kepuska 18 21
17770 ECE 4112 01 Digital Electronics 3 TR
1400 - 1515
420CRF
404
Ejnioui 35 25
17434 ECE 4221 01 Communication Systems 3 MWF
0900 - 0950
420CRF
404
Mapes 51 40
17435 ECE 4242 01 System Design 2 3 WF
1100 - 1250
420CRF
404
Grossman 51 37
18385 ECE 4311 01 Microelectronics Fab Lab 3 TR
TR
1230 - 1345
1530 - 1645
420CRF
501OEC
230
358
Earles 11 14
20212 ECE 4311 02 Microelectronics Fab Lab 3 TR
TR
1230 - 1345
1400 - 1515
420CRF
501OEC
230
358
Earles 16 17
22687 ECE 4311 03 Microelectronics Fab Lab