Summer 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.

Summer Registration Details

Students registering for more than 13 credit hours must have their registration forms signed by the dean of the appropriate college as well as their advisor.

Co/Prerequisite Courses

  • To ensure proper completion of prerequisite courses, any Melbourne campus undergraduate 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.

Check the 2013–2014 University 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.

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 5:00 p.m. the next day to officially enroll in the course. Approved closed class forms are not valid after 5:00 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 on PAWS 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 for Summer 2014 (8-, 9- and 11-week terms)  is Friday, May 16, 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. Adviser 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

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.

Classes dropped beginning the second week of classes through the withdrawal deadline must be signed by the faculty advisor and processed at the Registration center (see "Important Dates" in this schedule).

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.

Summer Schedule Information

Registration for Summer 2014 for currently enrolled students will begin Monday, January 27, 2014.

Students may register by logging into Access Florida Tech, selecting the Student Academics tab and choosing the appropriate link under "Registration Tools," or at the Registration Center.

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.

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.

Summer Highlights

Each summer, some courses are offered that are not available during the normal academic year, and are intended for a wider audience than students in a particular major. Courses in this category include the following:

Biology

Summer offerings in field biology provide exposure to unique habitats and the opportunity to gain experience in a variety of essential field techniques for examining the structure and diversity of selected tropical and temperate ecosystems. Courses and field experiences are available in the following areas:

Puerto Rico

  • Diving and snorkeling in coral reefs and associated habitats
  • Comparison of Marine Protected Areas (MPA) and non-MPAs
  • Design and analysis of field experiments on reefs
  • Night snorkeling in “Phosphorescent Bay”
  • Field trips to a cave system and a tropical rain forest

Galápagos Islands

  • Evolution of the biota of the Galápagos Islands
  • Visits to three inhabited and four uninhabited islands
  • Biotic surveys above and below sea level

Fisheries Science

  • Four days aboard an oceanographic research vessel conducting fisheries studies
  • Sonic tagging and tracking of juvenile sharks and tarpon
  • Field surveys of fishes in the Indian River Lagoon and the Florida Keys
  • Wide array of fisheries research techniques
  • Conduct of fisheries research program

Indian River Lagoon

  • Study of North America’s most diverse estuary
  • Weekly field trips to inlets, dunes, seagrass beds, mangroves, salt marshes, etc.
  • Natural history of biota and exosystems
  • Production of your own field guide

 

Undergraduate, graduate and continuing education students from all academic areas are invited to participate in these exciting educational opportunities.

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.

Registering Online

Online registration for each registration group begins at 8 p.m. 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

Calendar of Events – Summer 2014

Final examinations will take place on the last scheduled day of class for the specific term. No common finals will be given. The last day to submit approved copies (five) of thesis or dissertation for Summer 2014 graduation (no ceremony) to the Office of Graduate Programs is July 21, 2014.

1st 6-Week Term (May 5–June 13)

Tuition and fees due
April 28
First day of classes May 5
Last day to register, add a class or drop a class with a full tuition refund, or withdraw from a class without receiving a W May 9
Last day to drop a class and receive a W May 23
Memorial Day holiday May 26
Last day of the term June 13

 

2nd 6-Week Term (June 16–July 25)

Tuition and fees due
April 28
First day of classes June 16
Last day to register, add a class or drop a class with a full tuition refund, or withdraw from a class without receiving a W June 20
Last day to drop a class and receive a W July 3
Independence Day holiday July 4
Last day of the term July 25

 

 8-Week Term (May 12–July 3)

Tuition and fees due
April 28
First day of classes May 12
Last day to register, add a class or drop a class with a full tuition refund, or withdraw from a class without receiving a W May 16
Memorial Day holiday May 26
Last day to drop a class and receive a W June 20
Last day of the term July 3

 

9-Week Term (May 12–July 11)

Tuition and fees due
April 28
First day of classes May 12
Last day to register, add a class, withdraw from a class with a full tuition refund, or withdraw from a class without receiving a W May 16
Memorial Day holiday May 26
Last day to drop a class and receive a W June 20
Independence Day holiday July 4
Last day of the term July 11

 

11-Week Term (May 12–July 25)

Tuition and fees due
April 28
First day of classes May 12
Last day to register, add a class drop a a class with a full tuition refund, or withdraw from a class without receiving a W May 16
Memorial Day holiday May 26
Last day to drop a class and receive a W June 20
Independence Day holiday July 4
Last day of the term July 25

Summer Payment Information

The current tuition charges may be found at www.fit.edu/registrar/registrationtuitionchrgs. Tuition rates for 2014–2015 will be available early in 2014.

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).

  • Students may register for Summer 2014 beginning January 24, 2014, and must pay or make payment plan arrangements to pay the balance on their account on or before April 28, 2014. After April 28, a 1.5% per month finance change is assessed on the unpaid balance.
  • Students who register after April 28, 2014, 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.
  • 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 Access Florida Tech –Student Money tab (Tracks ID and password needed).
  • All students who carry an unpaid balance must pay the balance before being allowed to register for a subsequent term.
  • Additional information about student financial services may be found online at www.fit.edu/sfs.
  • Payment may be made online via Access Florida Tech (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 valid registration will be liable for the full semester’s charges.

Tuition Information

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. Other exclusions may apply. Contact the Registrar's Office for additional information. 

Summer Refund Schedule

1st 6-Week Term (May 5–June 13)

100% May 5–9
60% May 12–16
40% May 19–23
0% After May 23

2nd 6-Week Term (June 16–July 25)

100% June 16–20
60% June 23–27
40% June 30–July 3
0% After July 3

8-Week Term (May 12–July 3)

100% May 12–16
60% May 19–23
40% May 27–30
0% After May 30

9-Week Term (May 12–July 11)

100% May 12–16
60% May 19–23
40% May 26–30
0% After May 30

11-Week Term (May 12–July 25)

100% May 12–16
60% May 19–23
40% May 27–30
0% After May 30

The official date of a refund request shall be determined by the date the completed withdrawal or add/drop form was received by the Office of the Registrar. 

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.

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

1st 6-Week Term (May 5 - Jun 13)

CRN SUBJ CRS SEC TITLE CR DAYS TIME BLDG RM INSTRUCTOR LIMIT ENROLLMENT
56905 AVM 4501 BL1 Air Transportation Mgmt
This is a Blended Course
3 TR
1300 - 1645
420CRF
526
Turgut 30 9
57297 BUS 4504 SP1 Spc Topics in Management
Going Global - An International Business Experience
Contact the College of Business
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Perez 10 1
56679 BUS 4504 SP2 Spc Topics in Management
Going Global - An International Business Experience
Contact The College of Business
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Perez 10 3
57298 BUS 4504 SP3 Spc Topics in Management
Going Global - An International Buisiness Experience
Contact the College of Business
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Perez 10 1
55773 BUS 5070 SP1 Special Topics in Business
TOPIC: Going Global - An International Business Experience
Contact College of Business
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Perez 10 0
57300 BUS 5070 SP2 Special Topics in Business
TOPIC: Going Global - An Internatinal Business Experience
Contact the College of Business
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Perez 10 0
56705 BUS 5070 SP3 Special Topics in Business
Going Global - An International Business Experience
Contact the College of Business
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Perez 10 1
55046 BUS 5470 E1 Marketing Management 3 TR
1700 - 2020
403QAD
116
Cudmore 30 12
56403 BUS 5601 HY1 Essentials of Bus Devel 1 3 W
1700 - 2100
403QAD
116
Dutta 15 13
56426 COM 3085 E2 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: International Marketing Communication
3 MW
1700 - 2020
420CRF
610
Strother 5 2
56953 COM 3085 E4 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: New Media and Strategic Communication
3 TR
1700 - 2020
420CRF
525
Petersen 10 2
56911 COM 3085 SA1 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: International Marketing Communication
Includes a study abroad portion- DATES: 05-31-14 to 06-13-14
3 MW
1700 - 2020
420CRF
610
Strother 5 1
56952 COM 3085 SA2 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: International Marketing Communication
Includes a study abroad portion
3 MW
1700 - 2020
420CRF
610
Strother 10 0
56954 COM 3085 SA4 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: New Media & Strategic Communication
Inclueds a study abroad portion
3 TR
1700 - 2020
420CRF
525
Petersen 5 0
56955 COM 3085 SA5 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: New Media & Strat Comm
Includes a study abroad portion
3 TR
1700 - 2020
420CRF
525
Petersen 5 1
57308 COM 3085 SA6 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: New Media and Strategic Communication
Includes a study abroad portion - DATES: 05-31-14 to 06-13-1
3 TR
1700 - 2020
420CRF
525
Petersen 1 1
57309 COM 3085 SA7 Spc Top in Applied Comm
TOPIC: International Marketing Communication
Includes a study abroad portion - DATES 05-21-14 to 06-13-14
3 MW
1700 - 2020
420CRF
610
Strother 1 1
56957 COM 5320 E6 New Media & Strategic Comm 3 TR
1700 - 2020
420CRF
525
Petersen 6 5
56958 COM 5320 SA8 New Media & Strategic Comm
Requires a study abroad portion
DATES: 05-31-14 to 06-13-14
3 TR
1700 - 2020
420CRF
525
Petersen 5 0
56959 COM 5320 SA9 New Media & Strategic Comm
Includes a study abroad portion
DATES: 05-31-14 to 06-13-14
3 TR
1700 - 2020
420CRF
525
Petersen 5 1
56427 COM 5420 E5 Special Topics in Comm
TOPIC: International Marketing Communication
3 MW
1700 - 2020
420CRF
610
Strother 5 2
56408 COM 5420 SA6 Special Topics in Comm
TOPIC: International Marketing Comm
Includes a study abroad portion
3 MW
1700 - 2020
420CRF
610
Strother 10 3
56956 COM 5420 SA7 Special Topics in Comm
TOPIC: International Marketing Communication
Includes a study abroad portion
3 MW
1700 - 2020
420CRF
610
Strother 5 1
56917 HUM 3085 01 Spc Top in Humanities
TOPIC: International Law and Politics
3 MW
1000 - 1320
420CRF
525
Zhang 9 2
56919 HUM 3085 SA1 Spc Top in Humanities
TOPIC: International Law and Politics
Includes a study abroad portion
3 MW
1000 - 1320
420CRF
525
Zhang 9 0
56960 HUM 3085 SA2 Spc Top in Humanities
TOPIC: International Law and Politics
Includes a study abroad portion
3 MW
1000 - 1320
420CRF
525
Zhang 5 1
57310 HUM 3085 SA3 Spc Top in Humanities
TOPIC: International Law and Politics
Includes a study abroad portion DATES: 05-31-14 to 06-13-14
3 MW
1000 - 1320
420CRF
525
Zhang 1 1

2nd 6-Week Term (Jun 16 - Jul 25)

CRN SUBJ CRS SEC TITLE CR DAYS TIME BLDG RM INSTRUCTOR LIMIT ENROLLMENT
57460 AVM 3501 W02 Spec Topics in Aviat Mgmt 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cremer 1 1
56909 AVM 4701 BL1 Airport Management 3 TR
0930 - 1330
402QAD
113
Rankin 20 5
53700 AVS 5204 01 Aviation Safety Analysis 3 TR
1530 - 1915
420CRF
526
Deaton 10 5
56169 AVT 5000 W01 Airspace Safety
ONLINE COURSE for degrees Human Factors in
Aeronautics and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cain 20 1
56299 AVT 5000 W02 Airspace Safety
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cain 0 0
56879 BIO 4550 01G Comp Vertebrate Anatomy 4 TWR
MR
1000 - 1220
1300 - 1650
504LSA
500OLS
122
108
Turingan 15 9
55911 BUS 4504 01 Spc Topics in Management
TOPIC: Forensic Accounting
DATES: TBA
3 S
0800 - 1655
403QAD
118
Bean 20 1
57307 BUS 4790 01X Directed Business Study 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bean 0 1
55913 BUS 5421 E1 Managerial Economics 3 MW
1700 - 2020
403QAD
118
Slotkin 20 7
56890 BUS 5439 E1 Forensic Accounting
DATES: TBA
3 S
0800 - 1655
403QAD
116
Bean 20 13
56405 BUS 5602 HY1 Essentials of Bus Devel 2 3 W
1700 - 2100
403QAD
116
Dutta 15 2
56856 COM 5440 01 Communication Internship 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Strother 0 1
56863 MAE 6999 01 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Archambault 1 0
55348 PSY 5142 01 Org Consult Skills 3 MW
0900 - 1230
710FTC
245
Curry 20 8

8-Week Term (May 12 - Jul 3)

CRN SUBJ CRS SEC TITLE CR DAYS TIME BLDG RM INSTRUCTOR LIMIT ENROLLMENT
56910 AHF 3101 01 Intro to Human Factors 3 TR
1230 - 1515
420CRF
401
Deaton 20 10
56907 AVM 3202 BL1 Airport Design 3 TR
1300 - 1545
420CRF
609
Jones 20 16
56906 AVM 4201 BL1 Aviation Adv Computer Appl 3 MW
1300 - 1545
420CRF
526
Jones 16 16
57401 AVM 4603 01 Aviation Management Seminar 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Winter 1 1
53845 AVT 2001 01 Aeronautics 3 3 TR
1300 - 1645
420CRF
525
Rosser 20 8
56951 AVT 2002 01 Aeronautics 4 3 TR
0900 - 1215
420CRF
407
Rosser 20 2
56394 AVT 4301 01 Aviation Safety 3 MW
1300 - 1645
710FTC
258
Winter 30 11
55869 BIO 4010 01 Biochemistry 1 4 MWF
MW
0900 - 1050
1400 - 1750
500OLS
500OLS
129
250
Polson 12 6
56660 CHE 2102 01 Chem Proc Principles 2 3 TR
1230 - 1500
420CRF
402
Pozo de Fernandez 10 5
55864 CHE 3170 01 Intro to Environmental Eng 3 F
MW
1100 - 1230
1240 - 1420
420CRF
420CRF
230
230
Jennings 20 7
56866 CHE 3260 01 Materials 3 TR
0800 - 1035
420CRF
230
Kishore 50 8
56867 CHE 3265 01 Materials Laboratory 1 F
F
1100 - 1250
1400 - 1800
502OPS
427FRU
144
104
Kishore 16 13
56903 CHE 4122 01 Chemical Process Control 4 MW
MW
F
MW
1030 - 1200
1030 - 1200
1030 - 1200
1345 - 1515
501OEC
501OEC
500OLS
500OLS
228
229
130
130
Whitlow 20 18
54315 CHE 4284 E1 Industrial Safety 3 MW
1730 - 2005
502OPS
140
Pozo de Fernandez 35 35
56865 CHE 4288 01 Petroleum Processing 3 MWF
MWF
0800 - 0950
0800 - 0950
501OEC
501OEC
228
229
Brenner 32 10
54316 CHE 5292 E1 Spc Topics in Chem Engr
TOPIC: Industrial Safety
3 MW
1730 - 2005
502OPS
140
Pozo de Fernandez 15 16
53676 COM 1101 01G Composition and Rhetoric 3 MW
1430 - 1705
420CRF
402
Finnegan 20 21
53677 COM 1102 01G Writing About Literature 3 MW
1430 - 1659
420CRF
527
Lavelle 20 11
57271 COM 1102 HY2 Writing About Literature
This is a Hybrid Course
3 T
R
R
1430 - 1705
1430 - 1705
1430 - 1705
420CRF
TBA
420CRF
527
TBA
527
Crofton 20 8
54399 COM 2012 01 Research Sources and Syst 1 T
1315 - 1515
428EVL
TBA
Petralia 24 7
53678 COM 2223 01G Sci/Tech Comm 3 MW
1400 - 1635
420CRF
620
Irvin 16 16
56931 CSE 1301 02 Intro to Comp Applications 3 TR
TR
1000 - 1235
1000 - 1235
501OEC
501OEC
127
128
Vasquez 32 5
56423 CSE 2010 01 Algorithms & Data Struct 4 MWF
MWF
0830 - 1035
0830 - 1035
501OEC
501OEC
128
127
Ribeiro 15 9
56364 CSE 4020 01 Database Systems 3 TR
1300 - 1535
420CRF
230
Bernhard 20 11
56940 CSE 4083 01 Formal Lang/Auto Th 3 TR
0900 - 1135
502OPS
140
Stansifer 20 6
57326 CSE 4400 06 Independent Study in Comp 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 1 1
56941 CSE 5210 01 Formal Langs & Automata Theory 3 TR
0900 - 1135
502OPS
140
Stansifer 20 6
56365 CSE 5260 01 Database Systems 3 TR
1300 - 1535
420CRF
230
Bernhard 21 20
55972 CSE 5400 10 Topics in CS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
56942 CSE 5660 01 Database Management Sys 3 MWF
1400 - 1605
420CRF
220
Bernhard 20 15
57392 CSE 5800 07 Adv Topics in CS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 1 1
57377 CSE 5800 13 Adv Topics in CS
TOPIC: Advances in Facial Feature Detection, Tracking and
Analysis of Facial Expressions
3 MW
1100 - 1335
420CRF
620
Ribeiro 15 11
57383 CSE 5800 16 Adv Topics in CS
TOPIC: System Security
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Zhang 1 1
55908 CVE 3015 01 Struct Ana and Design 3 TR
1430 - 1705
420CRF
404
Bleakley 20 22
53687 CVE 4000 01 Engr Econ and Planning 3 MW
1430 - 1645
500OLS
129
Monari 60 56
57418 CVE 5039 01 Groundwater Transport 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 5 2
56362 CVE 5072 E1 Const Contr, Law & Specs 3 TR
1700 - 1935
420CRF
401
Fisher 20 6
53696 CVE 5095 01 Spc Proj in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
57248 CYB 5660 01 Secure Software Dev 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 1 0
55982 ECE 2112 E1 Circuit Theory 2 4 R
MW
1300 - 1650
1715 - 1935
501OEC
420CRF
358
210
Murshid 18 14
56458 ECE 2112 E2 Circuit Theory 2 4 W
MW
1300 - 1650
1715 - 1935
501OEC
420CRF
358
210
Murshid 18 5
55036 ECE 2551 01 Soft/Hardware Design 3 TR
T
1000 - 1220
1700 - 2050
501OEC
501OEC
137
327
Otero 18 19
56963 ECE 3111 01 Electronics 4 TR
R
1000 - 1220
1700 - 1945
420CRF
501OEC
403
357
Earles 17 10
57373 ECE 3111 02 Electronics 4 TR
1230 - 1450
420CRF
403
Earles 17 8
54333 ECE 3222 01 Signals and Systems 3 MW
1200 - 1420
420CRF
403
Kepuska 51 41
56459 ECE 3551 01 Microcomputer Systems 1 4 TR
R
1540 - 1700
1700 - 1945
420CRF
501OEC
402
327
Kepuska 18 13
57004 ECE 3551 02 Microcomputer Systems 1 4 F
TR
0800 - 1045
1540 - 1700
501OEC
420CRF
327
402
Kepuska 18 4
55451 ECE 4221 01 Communication Systems 3 MW
1400 - 1640
420CRF
404
Earles 20 12
56750 ECE 4231 01 Control Systems 3 TR
1430 - 1650
424LNK
255
Deal 20 12
54070 ECE 4333 01 Lightwave Laboratory 3 MW
0930 - 1250
404QAD
119
Grossman 20 21
56961 ECE 4333 02 Lightwave Laboratory 3 MW
1430 - 1750
404QAD
119
Grossman 20 20
57290 ECE 5350 E1 Optical Electronics 3 TR
1701 - 1920
420CRF
402
Murshid 10 6
57344 ECE 5370 01 Spc Top in Photonics
TOPIC: Single Photon-Gen & Det
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Earles 8 9
56899 ECE 5525 01 Speech Processing 3 TR
1700 - 1920
424LNK
256
Kepuska 20 16
56950 ECE 5570 01 Spc Top in Comp Engr
TOPIC: Data Mining on Limited Devices
3 TR
1400 - 1620
424LNK
256
Peter 25 12
57432 ECE 5570 A01 Spc Top in Comp Engr
TOPIC: Data Mining on Limited Devices
0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 1 0
56949 ECE 5570 E1 Spc Top in Comp Engr
TOPIC: Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks
3 M
1700 - 2140
420CRF
220
Otero 20 17
56673 EDS 4060 01 Ed Strategies for ESOL 3 MW
1500 - 1750
420CRF
403
Parla-Palumbo 5 0
56674 EDS 5060 01 ESOL Teaching Strategies 3 MW
1500 - 1750
420CRF
403
Parla-Palumbo 10 7
55705 ESL 0344 01 Intensive Reading 3 MTWR
1430 - 1545
420CRF
407
Caza 10 2
53747 ESL 0402 01 Advanced Oral Comm 3 MTWR
1600 - 1715
420CRF
407
Caza 5 7
55368 ESL 0403 01 Advanced Listening Comp 3 MTWR
1600 - 1715
420CRF
407
Caza 10 4
55706 ESL 0404 01 Advanced Reading 3 MTWR
1430 - 1545
420CRF
407
Caza 10 1
55704 ESL 0405 01 Advanced Writing 3 TR
1300 - 1535
420CRF
620
Parla-Palumbo 5 5
53742 HUM 2051 01G Civ 1: Ancient-Medieval 3 MW
1400 - 1635
420CRF
525
Jones 24 13
53710 HUM 2051 02G Civ 1: Ancient-Medieval 3 TR
0800 - 1035
420CRF
220
Younkin 24 19
57443 HUM 2051 A02 Civ 1: Ancient-Medieval 0 TR
0800 - 1035
420CRF
220
Younkin 0 1
53697 HUM 2052 01G Civ 2: Renaissance-Modern 3 TR
0800 - 1035
420CRF
210
Broderick 24 4
53711 HUM 2052 02G Civ 2: Renaissance-Modern 3 TR
1400 - 1635
420CRF
610
Ruane 20 19
56368 HUM 2085 01 Critical Approaches
TOPIC: Film and Television Adaptation
3 TR
1400 - 1635
420CRF
220
Perdigao 19 7
57370 HUM 2085 A01 Critical Approaches
TOPIC: Film and Television Adaptation
0 TR
1400 - 1635
420CRF
220
Perdigao 0 1
57444 HUM 3343 AE1 WWII History in Film 0 MW
1730 - 2000
420CRF
230
Perdigao 0 1
56367 HUM 3343 E1 WWII History in Film 3 MW
1730 - 2000
420CRF
230
Ruane 20 20
54703 LNG 1301 01 Elementary Spanish 1 3 MW
1000 - 1235
420CRF
610
Montoya 20 19
57166 LNG 1301 02 Elementary Spanish 1 3 TR
0900 - 1130
420CRF
525
Crabb 22 16
57219 LNG 1302 01 Elementary Spanish 2 3 TR
0900 - 1135
420CRF
527
Montoya 22 9
55846 LNG 1601 01 Elementary Italian 1 3 TR
1100 - 1335
420CRF
610
Baika 20 11
56375 MAE 2081 01 Appld Mech: Statics 3 MW
1230 - 1505
424LNK
255
Jensen 20 18
53688 MAE 2082 01 Appld Mech: Dynamics 3 MW
1100 - 1335
420CRF
404
Sharaf-Eldeen 25 20
56376 MAE 3024 01 Computer-aided Eng 3 MW
MW
W
W
1400 - 1635
1400 - 1635
1400 - 1635
1400 - 1635
501OEC
501OEC
501OEC
501OEC
229
228
128
127
Rusovici 30 21
57293 MAE 3064 01 Fluid Mechanics Lab 1 TR
0900 - 1205
427FRU
119
Subramanian 16 13
56253 MAE 3064 E1 Fluid Mechanics Lab 1 TR
1700 - 2005
427FRU
119
Subramanian 10 17
53723 MAE 3083 01 Mech of Materials 3 TR
1400 - 1635
502OPS
144
Fleming 19 4
57291 MAE 3091 01 Theory of Machines 3 TR
0900 - 1135
420CRF
404
Yang 25 20
56933 MAE 3161 01 Fluid Mechanics 3 MW
0930 - 1205
502OPS
144
Micklow 25 14
56934 MAE 3162 01 Compressible Flow 3 MW
0930 - 1205
502OPS
140
Subramanian 25 13
55412 MAE 3191 01 Engr Thermodynamics 1 3 TR
1100 - 1335
500OLS
130
Wang 28 9
56935 MAE 3241 01 Aerodynamics & Flt Mech 3 MW
1230 - 1515
420CRF
401
Go 25 11
55298 MAE 4024 E1 Mech Vibrations 3 MW
1700 - 1935
502OPS
144
Morkos 35 25
56973 MAE 4074 01 Heat Transfer Laboratory 1 F
F
0900 - 1200
1300 - 1600
538LAB
538LAB
102
102
Hefazi 20 8
53703 MAE 4171 01 Princ of Heat Transfer 3 TR
1400 - 1635
501OEC
137
Zhang 25 17
56938 MAE 4242 01 Aircraft Stab & Control 3 MW
1100 - 1335
500OLS
130
Kaplinger 25 12
56936 MAE 4261 01 Air-Breathing Engines 3 TR
1100 - 1334
502OPS
144
Archambault 25 13
56242 MTH 0111 01 Intermediate Algebra 3 M
0800 - 0950
420CRF
401
Onyejekwe 16 7
53743 MTH 1000 01G Precalculus 4 TR
F
MW
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
420CRF
401
401
401
Gibbins 43 21
53686 MTH 1001 01G Calculus 1 4 TR
F
MW
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
420CRF
402
402
402
Kovats 26 30
56828 MTH 1001 HS1 Calculus 1 4 TR
F
MW
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
420CRF
402
402
402
Kovats 0 0
54338 MTH 1002 01G Calculus 2 4 MW
F
TR
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
424LNK
230
230
256
Jones 18 19
54463 MTH 1002 02G Calculus 2 4 MW
F
TR
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
420CRF
230
230
230
Jones 19 20
57428 MTH 1002 HS1 Calculus 2 4 MW
F
TR
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
424LNK
230
230
256
Jones 0 1
56243 MTH 1701 01 College Algebra 3 M
1000 - 1150
420CRF
403
Onyejekwe 18 6
53682 MTH 2001 01G Calculus 3 4 MW
F
TR
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
420CRF
220
220
220
Kiguradze 36 32
53683 MTH 2201 01G Diff Equat/Linear Algebra
8 Week Term
4 MW
F
TR
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1055
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
420CRF
210
210
210
Tenali 30 19
53684 MTH 2202 01G Linear Alg for Diff Equat
8 Week Term
1 MW
F
TR
0930 - 1215
0930 - 1045
1100 - 1215
420CRF
420CRF
420CRF
210
210
210
Tenali 10 0
53685 MTH 2401 01 Probability/Statistics 3 MW
1330 - 1605
402QAD
113
Dshalalow 36 20
56424 MTH 4101 01 Introductory Analysis 3 MW
1000 - 1235
402QAD
113
Perera 20 5
56425 MTH 5101 01 Introductory Analysis 3 MW
1000 - 1235
402QAD
113
Perera 15 11
57442 MTH 5401 AE1 App Statistical Analysis 0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
56948 MTH 5401 E1 App Statistical Analysis 3 MW
1700 - 1945
420CRF
401
Nezamoddini-Kachouie 24 17
53689 OCN 5990 01 Oceanography Seminar 0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Maul 5 0
54405 ORP 6095 01 Candidacy Preparation OR 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Arrasmith 1 0
55762 ORP 6095 03 Candidacy Preparation OR 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Otero 1 0
56756 ORP 6095 04 Candidacy Preparation OR 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Subasi 1 0
53744 PSY 1411 01 Intro to Psychology 3 TR
0900 - 1130
710FTC
244
Taylor 18 18
57218 PSY 1411 HS1 Intro to Psychology 3 TR
0900 - 1130
710FTC
244
Taylor 1 1
57343 PSY 2446 01 Sport Psychology 3 TR
0900 - 1130
710FTC
258
Savage 20 11
54176 PSY 4413 01G Undergraduate Research 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jones 10 0
57375 PSY 4413 02 Undergraduate Research 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Edkins 0 1
53738 PSY 5108 01 Health Psychology 3 TR
0930 - 1205
710FTC
245
Van Sickle 20 13
54448 PSY 5540 01 P/C Interaction Therapy
DATES: June 14,15, 28, 29
2 SU
SU
0800 - 1655
0800 - 1655
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Chavez 7 7
53727 PSY 5553 01 Cognitive Behavior Models 3 MW
1030 - 1259
710FTC
229
Harrell 28 23
56916 WRI 0100 01 English Writing Review 3 TR
1300 - 1535
420CRF
620
Parla-Palumbo 18 8

9-Week Term (May 12 - Jul 11)

CRN SUBJ CRS SEC TITLE CR DAYS TIME BLDG RM INSTRUCTOR LIMIT ENROLLMENT
56864 CHM 1101 01 General Chemistry 1 4 TR
MWF
0800 - 1050
1330 - 1525
502OPS
501OEC
107
137
Novak 24 13
54489 CHM 1102 01 General Chemistry 2 4 TR
MWF
0800 - 1050
1330 - 1525
502OPS
502OPS
118
144
Olson 24 12
54490 PHY 1001 01G Physics 1 4 MTWR
1330 - 1515
502OPS
140
Perlman 45 27
56436 PHY 1999 01 Physical Concepts 4 MTWR
1330 - 1515
502OPS
140
Perlman 5 1
54492 PHY 2002 01 Physics 2 4 MTWR
1330 - 1515
420CRF
210
Sawyer 50 42
54493 PHY 2003 E1 Modern Physics 3 TR
1800 - 2050
502OPS
140
Baarmand 50 14
54494 PHY 2091 01G Physics Laboratory 1 1 TR
0800 - 1050
502OPS
135
Gering 18 17
57390 PHY 2091 03 Physics Laboratory 1 1 TR
1530 - 1820
502OPS
135
Gering 18 15
54497 PHY 2092 01 Physics Laboratory 2 1 TR
1100 - 1350
502OPS
132
Gering 16 11
56800 PHY 2092 02 Physics Laboratory 2 1 TR
0800 - 1050
502OPS
132
Gering 16 7
57433 PHY 4030 01 Subatomic Physics 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hohlmann 1 1
53726 PSY 5116 01 Cog/Affect Bases Behavior 3 TR
0830 - 1050
710FTC
229
Webbe 25 23

11-Week Term (May 12 - Jul 25)

CRN SUBJ CRS SEC TITLE CR DAYS TIME BLDG RM INSTRUCTOR LIMIT ENROLLMENT
55956 AHF 5402 W01 Situational Awareness
ONLINE COURSE for degrees Human Factors in
Aeronautics and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilt 27 23
56297 AHF 5402 W02 Situational Awareness
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilt 5 3
57198 AHF 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rice 5 3
53758 AHF 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 5 0
56724 AHF 5999 W01 Thesis
ONLINE COURSE for degrees Human Factors in
Aeronautics and Aviation Safety
3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Deaton 5 1
54638 AVF 1000 01G Private Pilot Certificate 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53759 AVF 1001 01G Flight 1 2 MTWR
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53760 AVF 1001 03G Flight 1 2 MTWR
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53761 AVF 1001 05G Flight 1 2 MTWR
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53762 AVF 1001 07G Flight 1 2 MTWR
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53765 AVF 1001 13G Flight 1 2 MTWR
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53766 AVF 1001 15G Flight 1 2 MTWR
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53767 AVF 1001 17G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53768 AVF 1001 19G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54538 AVF 1001 25G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
54539 AVF 1001 27G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54540 AVF 1001 29G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
54541 AVF 1001 31G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54542 AVF 1001 37G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54543 AVF 1001 39G Flight 1 2 MTWR
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53769 AVF 1002 01G Flight 2 2 MTWR
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53770 AVF 1002 03G Flight 2 2 MTWR
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53771 AVF 1002 05G Flight 2 2 MTWR
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53772 AVF 1002 07G Flight 2 2 MTWR
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53775 AVF 1002 13G Flight 2 2 MTWR
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
53776 AVF 1002 15G Flight 2 2 MTWR
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53777 AVF 1002 17G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53778 AVF 1002 19G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54544 AVF 1002 25G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54545 AVF 1002 27G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54546 AVF 1002 29G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54547 AVF 1002 31G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54548 AVF 1002 37G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54549 AVF 1002 39G Flight 2 2 MTWR
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54550 AVF 1003 01G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54551 AVF 1003 03G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54552 AVF 1003 05G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54553 AVF 1003 07G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54554 AVF 1003 13G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54555 AVF 1003 15G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54562 AVF 1003 17G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54563 AVF 1003 19G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54564 AVF 1003 25G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54565 AVF 1003 27G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54566 AVF 1003 29G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54567 AVF 1003 31G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54568 AVF 1003 37G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54569 AVF 1003 39G Commercial Pilot Stage 1 2 MTWR
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53779 AVF 2001 01G Flight 3 2 MTWR
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53780 AVF 2001 03G Flight 3 2 MTWR
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53781 AVF 2001 05G Flight 3 2 MTWR
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53782 AVF 2001 07G Flight 3 2 MTWR
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53785 AVF 2001 13G Flight 3 2 MTWR
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53786 AVF 2001 15G Flight 3 2 MTWR
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
53787 AVF 2001 17G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 2
53788 AVF 2001 19G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54570 AVF 2001 25G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54571 AVF 2001 27G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1230 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54572 AVF 2001 29G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54573 AVF 2001 31G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54574 AVF 2001 37G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54575 AVF 2001 39G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54576 AVF 2001 41G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54577 AVF 2001 43G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54578 AVF 2001 45G Flight 3 2 MTWR
1700 - 2045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53790 AVF 2002 01G Flight 4 2 MTWR
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53792 AVF 2002 05G Flight 4 2 MTWR
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53796 AVF 2002 13G Flight 4 2 MTWR
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53798 AVF 2002 17G Flight 4 2 MTWR
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54579 AVF 2002 25G Flight 4 2 MTWR
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54580 AVF 2002 29G Flight 4 2 MTWR
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54581 AVF 2002 37G Flight 4 2 MTWR
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54582 AVF 2002 41G Flight 4 2 MTWR
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
56264 AVF 2008 01G Helo Commercial Pilot 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 2 0
54583 AVF 2102 03G Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MTWR
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54584 AVF 2102 07G Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MTWR
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54585 AVF 2102 15G Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MTWR
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54586 AVF 2102 19G Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MTWR
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54587 AVF 2102 31G Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MTWR
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
54588 AVF 2102 39G Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MTWR
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
54589 AVF 2102 43G Flight 4 CP-AMEL 2 MTWR
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54594 AVF 2103 01G CP-ASEL Add-on to CP-AMEL 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 1
53800 AVF 3001 01G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
0600 - 0945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53802 AVF 3001 05G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
0700 - 1045
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53806 AVF 3001 13G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
0900 - 1245
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53808 AVF 3001 17G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
1000 - 1345
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54590 AVF 3001 25G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
1200 - 1545
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54591 AVF 3001 29G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
1300 - 1645
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54592 AVF 3001 37G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
1500 - 1845
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54593 AVF 3001 41G Flt Instructor-Airplane 2 MTWR
1600 - 1945
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54595 AVF 3002 01G Flt Instructor-Instrument 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54596 AVF 3004 01G Complex Inst Flt Training 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53814 AVF 3005 01G Technically Adv Instrument 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53815 AVF 3006 01G High Performance Airplane 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53816 AVF 3008 01G Aerobatic Flight 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53817 AVF 3009 01G Intermediate Aerobatic 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53818 AVF 3010 01G International Operations 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53819 AVF 3012 01G Conventional Gear 1 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53821 AVF 4001 03G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53823 AVF 4001 07G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54598 AVF 4001 15G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54599 AVF 4001 19G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54600 AVF 4001 27G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54601 AVF 4001 31G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54602 AVF 4001 39G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
1530 - 1915
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54603 AVF 4001 43G Multiengine Pilot 2 MTWR
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53826 AVF 4002 03G Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MTWR
0630 - 1015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53828 AVF 4002 07G Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MTWR
0730 - 1115
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54604 AVF 4002 15G Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MTWR
0930 - 1315
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54605 AVF 4002 19G Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MTWR
1030 - 1415
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54606 AVF 4002 27G Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MTWR
1230 - 1615
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54607 AVF 4002 31G Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MTWR
1330 - 1715
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
54608 AVF 4002 43G Flt Inst Multiengine 2 MTWR
1630 - 2015
990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53830 AVF 4003 01G Air Taxi Flight Training 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
53832 AVF 4006 01G Adv Multiengine Crew Ops 2 TBA
TBA 990AVI
100
Ferry 0 0
56312 AVF 4090 02 Sp Topics in Flgt Trn
TOPIC:Commercial Pilot Certification - ASEL
0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ferry 1 0
56740 AVM 5199 01 Adv Av Mgt Internship 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rankin 8 3
57327 AVM 5501 01 Studies/Topics in Aviation Mgt 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rankin 1 0
56725 AVS 5208 W01 Adv Av Safety Research
ONLINE COURSE for degrees Human Factors
in Aeronautics and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 1 1
56829 AVS 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cusick 1 0
57289 AVS 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Winter 3 3
56082 AVS 5999 02G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilt 5 0
56904 AVS 6999 01 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallo 5 2
55958 AVT 5302 W01 Avt Accident Invest
ONLINE COURSE for degree's Human Factors in
Aeronautics and Aviation Safety
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Winter 30 26
57325 AVT 5302 W02 Avt Accident Invest
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Winter 3 3
53847 BEH 5250 02 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 4 0
55011 BEH 5250 04 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 4 0
55716 BEH 5250 05 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 4 0
53848 BEH 5250 OR1 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Blakely 4 0
55045 BEH 5250 OR2 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 4 1
53850 BEH 5250 OR3 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Neff 5 0
56737 BEH 5250 OR4 Pract Training in ABA 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gregory 4 0
56420 BEH 5251 01 Int Practical Training in BA 3 T
1400 - 1535
710FTC
258
Wilder 4 2
56880 BEH 5251 02 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sigurdsson 4 1
57335 BEH 5251 03 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 4 4
57336 BEH 5251 04 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 4 3
57337 BEH 5251 05 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 4 3
57338 BEH 5251 OR1 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Blakely 4 4
57339 BEH 5251 OR2 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 4 2
57340 BEH 5251 OR3 Practical Training in BA 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 4 3
57259 BEH 5450 01 Pract Training in OBM 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 5 3
57334 BEH 5450 02 Pract Training in OBM 4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sigurdsson 5 3
55905 BEH 5490 01 Capstone in OBM 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 4 1
57255 BEH 5490 02 Capstone in OBM 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
56805 BEH 5504 OR1 Seminar in Clin Beh 1 TBA
TBA OGC
TBA
Blakely 15 7
57384 BEH 5899 01 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 5 1
57385 BEH 5899 02 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 5 0
56307 BEH 5899 03 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 0
57386 BEH 5899 04 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 1
57387 BEH 5899 05 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pritchard 5 0
57388 BEH 5899 06 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kelley 5 0
57389 BEH 5899 07 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chong 5 0
53853 BEH 5900 01G Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 10 3
53854 BEH 5900 02G Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 10 2
53855 BEH 5900 03G Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 10 0
53856 BEH 5900 04G Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Webbe 10 0
55409 BEH 5900 05G Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 10 3
56881 BEH 5900 06G Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sigurdsson 10 3
54529 BEH 5900 OR1 Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Blakely 10 0
56777 BEH 5900 OR2 Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pritchard 10 1
54531 BEH 5900 OR3 Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 10 0
54532 BEH 5900 OR4 Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 10 0
55907 BEH 5900 OR5 Thesis Preparation 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gregory 10 0
57434 BEH 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sigurdsson 5 0
53858 BEH 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Blakely 5 0
54353 BEH 5999 03G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 3
54354 BEH 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 2
54355 BEH 5999 05G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 5 2
56240 BEH 5999 07G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 5 1
56732 BEH 5999 08G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kelley 1 0
57245 BEH 6800 01 Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chong 5 1
55448 BEH 6800 01G Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 1 1
56735 BEH 6800 02G Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 1 0
56882 BEH 6800 03G Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kelley 2 0
56883 BEH 6800 04G Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pritchard 2 0
56884 BEH 6800 05G Supervised Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 2 0
57425 BEH 6899 01 Final Semester Dissertation 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 1 0
57246 BEH 6999 01 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chong 5 0
55744 BEH 6999 01G Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wilder 5 1
57430 BEH 6999 02 Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pritchard 5 1
55790 BEH 6999 03G Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 1 0
55819 BEH 6999 04G Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Harvey 5 0
56361 BEH 6999 05G Dissertation in Beh Analysis 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Betz 2 0
55051 BIO 2801 W01 Biometry
ONLINE COURSE
4 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 15 7
56874 BIO 2955 01 Field Bio & Eco - Coral Reefs
Puerto Rico - DATES: May 4 - 18, 2014
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 12 15
56260 BIO 3601 01 Fisheries Science
Fisheries Sciences - DATES: June 9 - July 2, 2014
3 MWF
M
0800 - 0850
0900 - 1150
504LSA
504LSA
122
122
Shenker 11 10
56876 BIO 4904 01 Field Biology/Galapagos
Galapagos - DATES: May 27 - June 9, 2014
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 11 13
55818 BIO 4990 01 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
55871 BIO 4990 02 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 0
55872 BIO 4990 03 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 0
55873 BIO 4990 05 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 0
55874 BIO 4990 06 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
55875 BIO 4990 07 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
55876 BIO 4990 08 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 0
55877 BIO 4990 09 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 0
55878 BIO 4990 10 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 5 0
55879 BIO 4990 11 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
55880 BIO 4990 12 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 0
55882 BIO 4990 14 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 0
55883 BIO 4990 15 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
55884 BIO 4990 16 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
55885 BIO 4990 17 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
55886 BIO 4990 19 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
56380 BIO 4990 20 Biology Forum 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
53864 BIO 4991 01 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
55889 BIO 4991 02 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 1
55890 BIO 4991 03 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 1
55891 BIO 4991 05 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 0
55892 BIO 4991 06 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
55893 BIO 4991 07 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
55894 BIO 4991 08 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 0
55895 BIO 4991 09 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 0
55896 BIO 4991 10 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 5 0
55897 BIO 4991 11 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
55898 BIO 4991 12 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 0
55900 BIO 4991 14 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 0
55901 BIO 4991 15 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
55902 BIO 4991 16 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
55904 BIO 4991 17 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
55906 BIO 4991 19 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
56381 BIO 4991 20 Undergrad Research 1 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
53865 BIO 4992 01 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
55937 BIO 4992 02 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 1
55938 BIO 4992 03 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 1
55939 BIO 4992 05 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 0
55940 BIO 4992 06 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
55941 BIO 4992 07 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
55942 BIO 4992 08 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 0
55943 BIO 4992 09 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 0
55944 BIO 4992 10 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 5 0
55945 BIO 4992 11 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
55946 BIO 4992 12 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 1
55948 BIO 4992 14 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 0
55949 BIO 4992 15 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
55950 BIO 4992 16 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
55951 BIO 4992 17 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
55952 BIO 4992 19 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
56382 BIO 4992 20 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
57397 BIO 4992 HS2 Undergrad Research 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 0 1
53866 BIO 4993 01 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
53867 BIO 4993 02 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 0
55058 BIO 4993 03 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 0
53869 BIO 4993 05 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 0
53870 BIO 4993 06 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
53871 BIO 4993 07 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
53872 BIO 4993 08 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 0
53873 BIO 4993 09 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 0
53874 BIO 4993 10 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 5 0
53875 BIO 4993 11 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
53876 BIO 4993 12 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 0
53878 BIO 4993 14 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 0
53879 BIO 4993 15 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
53880 BIO 4993 16 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
55059 BIO 4993 17 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
55060 BIO 4993 19 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
56383 BIO 4993 20 Undergrad Research 3 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
56875 BIO 5022 01 Coral Reef Ecology
Puerto Rico - DATES: May 4 - 18, 2014
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 12 2
56878 BIO 5065 01 Nat His of Ind Riv Lagoon 3 T
M
0700 - 1850
1200 - 1315
TBA
500OLS
TBA
107
Turner 8 3
56386 BIO 5522 01 Bioinformatics 3 TR
1000 - 1150
500OLS
120
Carroll 8 8
55424 BIO 5522 W01 Bioinformatics
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 8 8
53884 BIO 5537 01 Applied Biotech 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 0 1
57422 BIO 5899 02 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 1 1
57445 BIO 5899 14 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 1 0
56877 BIO 5904 01 Field Biology/Galapagos
Galapagos - DATES: May 27 - June 9, 2014
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 11 5
53886 BIO 5991 01 Biological Research Seminar 1 R
1530 - 1650
500OLS
130
Fiedler 10 0
53887 BIO 5995 01 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 0 0
53888 BIO 5995 02 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 0 6
54936 BIO 5995 03 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 0 1
53890 BIO 5995 05 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 0 0
53891 BIO 5995 06 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 0 0
53892 BIO 5995 07 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 0 0
53893 BIO 5995 08 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 0 0
53894 BIO 5995 09 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 0 0
53895 BIO 5995 10 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Polson 0 0
53896 BIO 5995 11 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 0 0
53897 BIO 5995 12 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 0 1
53899 BIO 5995 14 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 0 0
53900 BIO 5995 15 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 0 0
53901 BIO 5995 16 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 0 0
53902 BIO 5995 17 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 0 1
55064 BIO 5995 19 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 0 1
56387 BIO 5995 20 Biological Research 3-9 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 0 0
53905 BIO 5997 01G Industrial Internship 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
53906 BIO 5998 01G Biological Research Rotation 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 0
53907 BIO 5999 01G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
53908 BIO 5999 02G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 1
55065 BIO 5999 03G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 0
53910 BIO 5999 05G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 1
53911 BIO 5999 06G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
53912 BIO 5999 07G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 0
53945 BIO 5999 08G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 0
53946 BIO 5999 09G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Moore 5 0
53948 BIO 5999 11G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
53949 BIO 5999 12G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 1
53951 BIO 5999 14G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 1
53952 BIO 5999 15G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
53953 BIO 5999 16G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turner 5 0
53954 BIO 5999 17G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
55067 BIO 5999 19G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 5 0
56388 BIO 5999 20G Thesis in Biological Sciences 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Palmer 5 0
53959 BIO 6999 01G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Aronson 5 0
53960 BIO 6999 02G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bush 5 1
53961 BIO 6999 03G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carroll 5 1
53963 BIO 6999 05G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grace 5 2
53964 BIO 6999 06G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grimwade 5 0
55068 BIO 6999 07G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Leonard 5 1
53966 BIO 6999 08G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lin 5 1
53969 BIO 6999 11G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pruett 5 0
55069 BIO 6999 12G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shenker 5 1
55070 BIO 6999 14G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tankersley 5 1
55071 BIO 6999 15G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Turingan 5 0
55072 BIO 6999 17G Dissertation in Biological Sci 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
van Woesik 5 0
57341 BME 5998 01 Grad Project Biomedical 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fenn 5 1
56754 BME 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sharaf-Eldeen 1 0
56763 BME 5999 02 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 1 0
56891 BUS 5117 E1 Commercial Exp 2 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Perez 0 8
57287 BUS 5499 01 Internship 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Walton 0 2
57379 CHE 5899 05G Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Whitlow 0 1
55791 CHE 5998 01 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Brenner 3 1
55962 CHE 5998 02 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 3 0
55963 CHE 5998 03 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pozo de Fernandez 3 0
55964 CHE 5998 04 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tomadakis 3 0
55965 CHE 5998 05 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Whitlow 3 0
56869 CHE 5998 06 Graduate Project in CHE 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kishore 3 0
53977 CHE 5999 01G Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 5 0
53978 CHE 5999 02G Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Brenner 5 1
53979 CHE 5999 03G Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pozo de Fernandez 5 0
53981 CHE 5999 04G Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tomadakis 5 0
53982 CHE 5999 05G Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Whitlow 5 0
54974 CHE 5999 06G Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Xu 1 0
56870 CHE 5999 07G Thesis in Chem Engr 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kishore 3 0
56371 CHE 6990 07 Research in Chem Eng 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 1 0
55034 CHE 6999 01G Dissertation in Chem Eng 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jennings 1 0
53984 CHM 4800 01 Undergraduate Research 1
TOPIC: Experiment Design
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 1 0
53985 CHM 5095 01 Chemical Research Projects 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 2 0
56807 CHM 5899 01 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 0 0
53987 CHM 5901 01 Chemistry Thesis Seminar 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wehmschulte 0 0
53988 CHM 5999 01G Thesis in Chemistry 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 0 2
53989 CHM 6095 01G Chemical Research 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 5 9
53990 CHM 6999 01G Dissertation in Chemistry 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Babich 4 5
55936 CIS 5000 W01 Fund of Info Sys
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cirillo 22 16
56410 CIS 5100 E1 Data Structures & Program 3 M
M
1700 - 2100
1700 - 2100
501OEC
501OEC
128
127
Johnson 22 9
55927 CIS 5100 W01 Data Structures & Program
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kasza 22 9
55928 CIS 5200 W01 Advanced Programming
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Johnson 0 14
57261 CIS 5200 W02 Advanced Programming 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Holbert 25 10
55933 CIS 5210 W01 Int of Database Sys
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rosson 22 6
56894 CIS 5220 E1 Computer Organization 3 W
1700 - 2100
420CRF
524
Baggs 22 6
55929 CIS 5220 W01 Computer Organization
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
VanSuetendael 22 10
56895 CIS 5230 W01 Operating Systems 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shaykhian 22 18
56413 CIS 5400 W01 Topics in Comput Info Sys
ONLINE COURSE
TOPIC: Mobile Apps Programming
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rukieh 22 10
56937 CIS 5410 W01 Comp Networks for Info Spec 1 3 F
TBA TBA
TBA
Engler 22 8
55935 CIS 5530 W01 Systems Administration
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Resnick 25 7
56896 CIS 5750 E1 Wireless Info Systems 3 T
1700 - 2100
420CRF
524
Rukieh 22 13
55924 CIS 5890 E1 Ind Study in CIS 1-3 F
1300 - 1659
420CRF
524
Baggs 5 0
56415 CIS 5898 E1 Project in CIS 3 R
1300 - 1659
420CRF
524
Parenteau 22 2
56416 CIS 5898 W01 Project in CIS
ONLINE COURSE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Johnson 22 4
56417 CIS 5999 E1 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baggs 2 0
54951 COM 4090 01 Communication Internship 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Petersen 1 0
54991 COM 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 1 0
57396 CSE 5401 07 Independent Study in CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 1 1
56318 CSE 5401 13 Independent Study in CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 1 1
53993 CSE 5501 01G CS Internship 0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 12 7
56820 CSE 5800 01 Adv Topics in CS
TOPIC: Spatial Database
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 0 0
56802 CSE 5800 18 Adv Topics in CS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 0
56821 CSE 5800 E01 Adv Topics in CS
TOPIC: Non SQL Database System
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 0 0
56792 CSE 5801 10 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 5 0
56329 CSE 5801 13 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 0
57408 CSE 5801 14 Independent Research CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 1 1
57394 CSE 5802 03 Research Projects in CS 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 1 1
53994 CSE 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 5 0
53995 CSE 5999 02G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 0
53996 CSE 5999 03G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 5 0
56923 CSE 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 5 0
53997 CSE 5999 05G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 0
53998 CSE 5999 06G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 5 0
53999 CSE 5999 07G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 1
54000 CSE 5999 08G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaner 5 0
54001 CSE 5999 09G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 0
54002 CSE 5999 10G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 5 0
54003 CSE 5999 11G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 0
54004 CSE 5999 12G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallagher 5 0
54005 CSE 5999 13G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 1
54008 CSE 5999 14G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 5 0
54009 CSE 5999 15G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 5 0
54010 CSE 5999 16G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tilley 5 0
54012 CSE 5999 17G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 1 0
54013 CSE 6990 01G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 5 0
54014 CSE 6990 02G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 0
54015 CSE 6990 03G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 5 1
54016 CSE 6990 04G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 5 0
54017 CSE 6990 05G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 0
54018 CSE 6990 06G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 5 0
54019 CSE 6990 07G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 0
54020 CSE 6990 08G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaner 5 0
54021 CSE 6990 09G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 0
54022 CSE 6990 10G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 5 1
54023 CSE 6990 11G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 0
54024 CSE 6990 12G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallagher 5 0
54025 CSE 6990 13G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 0
54026 CSE 6990 14G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 5 1
54027 CSE 6990 15G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 5 0
54028 CSE 6990 16G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tilley 5 0
54030 CSE 6990 17G Research in CS 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
54036 CSE 6999 01G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Shoaff 5 0
54037 CSE 6999 02G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Allen III 5 3
54038 CSE 6999 03G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Crawford 5 0
54040 CSE 6999 04G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bernhard 5 0
54041 CSE 6999 05G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Carvalho 5 0
54042 CSE 6999 06G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Chan 5 0
54044 CSE 6999 08G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaner 5 0
54046 CSE 6999 09G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mayron 5 0
54047 CSE 6999 10G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Menezes 5 0
54048 CSE 6999 11G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 1
54049 CSE 6999 12G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gallagher 5 1
54050 CSE 6999 13G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ribeiro 5 1
54051 CSE 6999 14G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Silaghi 5 1
54053 CSE 6999 15G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Stansifer 5 0
54054 CSE 6999 16G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tilley 5 0
54055 CSE 6999 17G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
56944 CVE 4090 01 Sel Top in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 0 0
56945 CVE 4090 02 Sel Top in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 0 0
57288 CVE 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bleakley 5 1
54057 CVE 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kalajian 5 0
54058 CVE 5999 02G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pinelli 5 0
54059 CVE 5999 03G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Heck 1 0
54060 CVE 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cosentino 5 1
54061 CVE 5999 05G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 5 0
57313 CVE 6991 01 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Suksawang 2 2
56348 CVE 6991 02 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pinelli 0 0
57359 CVE 6991 03 Res in Civil Engr 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fabregas Ariza 5 1
57263 CVE 6999 01 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kalajian 5 1
54062 CVE 6999 01G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Cosentino 5 2
57264 CVE 6999 02 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Heck 5 1
54063 CVE 6999 02G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pinelli 1 1
54064 CVE 6999 04G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Pandit 5 0
54065 CWE 1001 01G Cooperative Education 1
Must be accepted as a Co-Op.
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 50 23
54066 CWE 2001 01G Cooperative Education 2
Must have completed CWE 1001.
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 50 4
54067 CWE 3001 01G Cooperative Education 3
Must have completed CWE 1001 & 2001
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 50 3
55737 CWE 3003 01G Engineering Coop Ed 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 50 0
54068 CWE 4001 01G Cooperative Education 4
Must have completed CWE 1001, 2001 & 3001
1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 50 0
54069 CWE 5000 01G Graduate Coop Education
Must be accepted as a Graduate Co-Op.
0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 50 19
57395 CYB 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ford 5 0
57156 ECE 4241 E1 System Design 1 3 MW
1800 - 1945
500OLS
130
Grossman 70 14
54072 ECE 5899 11G Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lail 0 1
54073 ECE 5961 01G Internship in ECE 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kozaitis 1 0
54075 ECE 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Anagnostopoulos 5 0
54081 ECE 5999 03G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Earles 5 1
56897 ECE 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grossman 5 1
54334 ECE 5999 05G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hadjilogiou 5 0
54085 ECE 5999 06G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ham 5 0
57391 ECE 5999 07 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kepuska 5 1
54092 ECE 5999 08G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kostanic 5 0
54098 ECE 5999 09G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kozaitis 5 0
54103 ECE 5999 10G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Murshid 5 0
54106 ECE 5999 11G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lail 5 0
57265 ECE 5999 15 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Otero 5 2
57329 ECE 5999 16 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mu 5 0
57439 ECE 5999 21 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Oluseyi 1 0
54335 ECE 6999 01G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Anagnostopoulos 5 0
54111 ECE 6999 03G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Earles 3 0
54124 ECE 6999 04G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Grossman 5 0
54113 ECE 6999 06G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Ham 5 0
54115 ECE 6999 07G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kepuska 5 1
54117 ECE 6999 08G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kostanic 15 0
54119 ECE 6999 09G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kozaitis 5 1
54120 ECE 6999 10G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Murshid 5 0
54336 ECE 6999 11G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lail 5 3
54125 ECE 6999 14G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hadjilogiou 5 0
57262 ECE 6999 15 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Otero 5 1
57330 ECE 6999 16 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mu 5 0
57441 EDS 5067 AE1 Measurement and Eval 0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
55829 EDS 5067 E1 Measurement and Eval 3 TR
1700 - 1900
439SHP
107
Marcinkowski 17 4
55830 EDS 5081 01 Research 1 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baksay 5 0
54255 EDS 5081 02 Research 1 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hamed 5 1
55831 EDS 5081 03 Research 1 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lindeman 5 0
54256 EDS 5081 04 Research 1 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Marcinkowski 5 0
57222 EDS 5081 05 Research 1 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fowler 5 0
55832 EDS 5250 01 Case Study Science Ed 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baksay 5 0
54258 EDS 5250 02 Case Study Science Ed 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hamed 5 0
55833 EDS 5250 03 Case Study Science Ed 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lindeman 5 0
54260 EDS 5250 04 Case Study Science Ed 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Marcinkowski 5 0
57223 EDS 5250 05 Case Study Science Ed 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fowler 5 1
55861 EDS 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baksay 5 0
54261 EDS 5999 02G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hamed 5 0
54262 EDS 5999 03G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lindeman 5 0
54263 EDS 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Marcinkowski 5 0
57224 EDS 5999 05 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fowler 5 0
55862 EDS 6095 01 Res in Science Education 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baksay 5 0
54264 EDS 6095 02 Res in Science Education 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hamed 5 0
54265 EDS 6095 03 Res in Science Education 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lindeman 5 0
54266 EDS 6095 04 Res in Science Education 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Marcinkowski 5 0
57225 EDS 6095 05 Res in Science Education 1-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fowler 5 0
55863 EDS 6999 01G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Baksay 5 0
54267 EDS 6999 02G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hamed 8 5
54268 EDS 6999 03G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lindeman 5 0
54269 EDS 6999 04G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Marcinkowski 5 3
57226 EDS 6999 05 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fowler 5 1
56886 ENM 5100 01 Quality Engineering 3 T
1000 - 1345
424LNK
255
Peter 10 15
56738 ENM 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Otero 1 0
54276 ENS 4901 01 Spc Top in Enviro Sci 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Splitt 5 0
54277 ENS 4901 02 Spc Top in Enviro Sci 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lazarus 5 0
55428 ENS 4901 03 Spc Top in Enviro Sci 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bostater 5 0
54946 ENS 4903 01 Spc Top in Enviro Sci 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lazarus 5 0
54278 ENS 4911 01G Enviro Field Projects 1 1 MTWR
0800 - 1659
424LNK
325
Johnson 20 10
54279 ENS 4911 02G Enviro Field Projects 1 1 MTWR
0800 - 1659
424LNK
325
Johnson 20 10
54212 ENS 4912 01G Enviro Field Projects 2 2 MTWR
0800 - 1659
424LNK
325
Johnson 20 10
54215 ENS 4912 02G Enviro Field Projects 2 2 MTWR
0800 - 1659
424LNK
325
Johnson 20 10
55331 ENS 5000 01 Enviro Science Seminar 0 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Windsor 0 0
54216 ENS 5009 01 Internship 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Windsor 5 1
54217 ENS 5009 02 Internship 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Swain 5 0
54218 ENS 5009 03 Internship 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 5 0
54220 ENS 5009 05 Internship 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lindeman 5 0
54222 ENS 5009 09 Internship 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Belanger 5 0
54223 ENS 5009 11 Internship 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bostater 5 0
54224 ENS 5009 12 Internship 0-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Maul 5 0
56806 ENS 5899 09G Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Maul 0 0
54225 ENS 5901 01 Special Topics in ENS 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Windsor 1 0
54226 ENS 5901 02 Special Topics in ENS 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lazarus 5 0
55429 ENS 5901 05 Special Topics in ENS 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bostater 5 0
54227 ENS 5903 01 Special Topics in ENS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Maul 1 0
54228 ENS 5903 02 Special Topics in ENS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lazarus 5 0
55353 ENS 5903 04 Special Topics in ENS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Windsor 2 0
55430 ENS 5903 05 Special Topics in ENS 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bostater 5 0
55022 ENS 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Belanger 5 0
54230 ENS 5999 03G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bostater 5 0
54231 ENS 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Johnson 5 0
54233 ENS 5999 05G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Windsor 5 0
54234 ENS 5999 06G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Trefry 5 0
54368 ENS 5999 07G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Splitt 5 0
54235 ENS 5999 09G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lazarus 5 0
54237 ENS 5999 12G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Maul 5 0
54238 ENS 6999 02G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Belanger 5 0
54239 ENS 6999 03G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Bostater 5 0
54242 ENS 6999 07G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Trefry 5 0
54243 ENS 6999 09G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Lazarus 5 0
54245 ENS 6999 12G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Maul 5 0
55837 EPE 1100 01G Protrack Coop Ed 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 0 2
55838 EPE 2100 01G Protrack Coop Ed 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 0 1
55839 EPE 3100 01G Engr Protrack Coop Ed 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Minta 0 2
56245 HCD 6999 01G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Boy 5 2
56751 ISC 5200 01 PRISM Seminar 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 25 0
57419 MAE 4500 01 Spc Top in Mech Engr 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hefazi 1 0
57400 MAE 5899 01G Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Archambault 0 1
57380 MAE 5899 05 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kirk 2 1
57426 MAE 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kaplinger 1 0
54248 MAE 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Archambault 5 0
54249 MAE 5999 02G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fleming 5 0
54250 MAE 5999 03G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gutierrez 5 0
54251 MAE 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hsu 5 0
54252 MAE 5999 05G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kirk 5 3
54127 MAE 5999 06G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Larochelle 5 1
54128 MAE 5999 07G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Mitra 5 0
54130 MAE 5999 09G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rusovici 5 1
54133 MAE 5999 10G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sepri 5 0
54134 MAE 5999 11G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sharaf-Eldeen 1 0
54136 MAE 5999 12G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Subramanian 5 0
54137 MAE 5999 13G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Yang 5 0
57407 MAE 5999 14G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Go 1 1
54138 MAE 6999 01G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Kirk 1 0
56947 MAE 6999 02 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wang 5 0
54472 MAE 6999 02G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
McCay 1 0
57350 MAE 6999 03 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fleming 1 1
54139 MAE 6999 03G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hsu 5 0
57456 MAE 6999 04 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Larochelle 2 0
55355 MAE 6999 04G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Archambault 5 0
55775 MAE 6999 05G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Rusovici 5 0
54140 MAE 6999 08G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Gutierrez 5 2
54141 MAE 6999 11G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sharaf-Eldeen 5 1
56164 MAE 6999 13G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Yang 2 0
55360 MAE 6999 15G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Larochelle 2 2
57333 MAE 6999 16G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Go 1 1
56795 MTH 5999 01 Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tenali 5 0
57258 MTH 6999 01 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Hutz 1 1
57459 MTH 6999 02 Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Fulton 1 1
54457 MTH 6999 02G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Dshalalow 1 0
54993 MTH 6999 05G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Abdulla 5 0
54986 MTH 6999 06G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Tenali 5 0
55402 MTH 6999 07G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Subasi 5 0
54148 OCE 4591 01 Spc Top in Ocean Engr 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
54149 OCE 4592 01 Spc Topics in Ocean Engr 2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
54150 OCE 4593 01 Spc Topics in Ocean Engr 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wood 0 1
54151 OCE 4911 01G Marine Field Projects 1 1 M
0900 - 0955
424LNK
256
Wood 28 12
54154 OCE 4912 02G Marine Field Projects 2 2 M
1000 - 1055
424LNK
256
Wood 28 12
56409 OCE 4913 03G Marine Field Projects 3 3 M
1100 - 1155
424LNK
256
Wood 30 12
57374 OCE 5899 04 Final Semester Thesis 0-2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Swain 1 2
54155 OCE 5901 01 Spc Topics in Ocean Engr 1 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
54156 OCE 5902 01 Spc Topics in Ocean Engr 2 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
TBA 0 0
54157 OCE 5903 01 Spc Topics in Ocean Engr 3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wood 1 0
57431 OCE 5903 02 Spc Topics in Ocean Engr
TOPIC: Applied Numerical Modeling for OCE
3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Weaver 1 1
54158 OCE 5999 01G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Jachec 5 1
55092 OCE 5999 02G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sahoo 5 0
54161 OCE 5999 04G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Swain 5 0
54162 OCE 5999 05G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Weaver 5 1
54163 OCE 5999 06G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wood 5 0
56304 OCE 5999 07G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Zarillo 0 0
54160 OCE 5999 O3G Thesis 3-6 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Reichard 5 0
56347 OCE 6993 01 Res in Ocean Engineering 1-3 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wood 1 1
54165 OCE 6999 01G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Maul 3 0
54178 OCE 6999 02G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Zarillo 5 0
54179 OCE 6999 03G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Sahoo 0 0
55684 OCE 6999 04G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Swain 3 2
56369 OCE 6999 05G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Wood 5 0
55330 OCE 6999 06G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Reichard 1 0
56370 OCE 6999 07G Dissertation 3-12 TBA
TBA TBA
TBA
Weaver 5 0
54181 OCN 4911 01G Marine Field Projects 1 1 MTWR
0800 - 1659
424LNK
325
Maul 10 3
54182