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Spring 2008 Course Schedule

CHC 150  CHC Seminar 2: Peopling of NewYork                 3 cr

Section 001           T, F 9:45-11:00               922 HE                  Prof. Pavlovskaya       
#0401                         For CHC Class 2011

 

CHC 150             CHC Seminar 2: Peopling of New York                         3 cr

Section 002           M/TH 1:10-2:25               409 HW                 Prof. Friedlander
#0402                         For CHC Class 2011  

 

CHC 150             CHC Seminar 2: Peopling of New York                        3 cr

Section 003           M 1:10-3:45                     1441 HW                        Prof.  Foner
#0403                         For CHC Class 2011

 

CHC 150             CHC Seminar 2: Peopling of New York                        3 cr

Section 004           M, W 4:10-5:25                                                      Prof.  Gardner
#0404                         For CHC Class 2011   C107 HN

 

CHC 150             CHC Seminar 2: Peopling of New York                         3 cr

Section 005           TH 1:10-3:45                   1441 HW                        Prof. Chin
#4110                         For CHC Class 2011

 

CHC 250             CHC Seminar 4: Shaping the Future of New York City       3 cr

Section 001           M, TH, 1:10-2:25                                                   Prof. Chernick
#0405                                    For CHC Class 2010                1143 HW

 

CHC 250             CHC Seminar 4: Shaping the Future of New York City       3 cr

Section 002           T, 2:10-4:40                                         Prof. Ramasubramanian 
#0406                                    For CHC Class 2010                 922 HE

 

CHC 250             CHC Seminar 4: Shaping the Future of New York City       3 cr

Section 003           T/TH 4:10-5:25                                   Prof. Glassman
#4290
                                    For CHC Class 2010                509 HW

 

CHC 250             CHC Seminar 4: Shaping the Future of New York City       3 cr

Section 004           M/TH 2:45-4:00                                  Prof. Glassman                    
#4495                             For CHC Class 2010                 509A HW

 

CHC 250             CHC Seminar 4: Shaping the Future of New York City       3 cr

Section 005                For CHC Class 2010 

 

ANTHC 101        Introduction to Cultural Anthropology                  Prof. Creed

Section 900           M, W, 11:10-12:00 511 HW; TH 11:10-12   
#0080                    511 HW                3 cr

           

BIO 160         Honors Principles of Biology II             4.5 cr             Prof. Persell

Section 900           M 8:10-9:00 (recitation)                       C114HN
#0336                  
M 9:10-12:10pm     (lab)                      812 HN
                             T, TH 12:10-1:30 PM (lecture)              C114 HN
Prerequisite: Grade of B or better in BIO 100 and permission of instructor.

 

BIO 160          Honors Principles of Biology II            4.5 cr              Prof. Persell

Section 901           M 8:10-9:00 (recitation)                       C114HN
#0337                  
M 9:10-12:10pm     (lab)                      815 HN
                             T, TH 12:10-1:30 PM (lecture)              C114 HN
Prerequisite: Grade of B or better in BIO 100 and permission of instructor

 

BIO 250.00                   Current Topics in Biology                             Prof. Brazill

Section 900                   M, TH 9:45-11:00
#4165                            926 HN

 

COMP LIT 381.71 Stories of Hysteria                                 3 cr             Prof. Ender

Section 900                   T, F, 2:10-3:25                        509 HW
#4932

ENG 220             Introduction to Literature                3 cr             Prof. Haragos

Section 900           T, F 11:10 - 12:25  pm              922 HE
#0905                                    Prerequisite: ENG 120

 

ENG 220             Introduction to Literature                 3 cr             Prof. Foster

Section 901            T, W, F 10:10-11:00 am            C101 HN             
#0906
                            Prerequisite: ENG 120 

 

ENG 389.77        Samuel Coleridge             3 cr                                Prof. Lattin

Section 900                   T, F 2:10-3:25                         1137 HW               #3940

 

ENG 398.60        Decoding Popular Culture                   Prof. Goldstein

Section 900           F, 3:45-6:15                                                           3 cr
#4567                            Juniors and Seniors Only       HW 1242

 

HIST 152             U.S. From the Civil War to the Present             Prof. Rosenberg

Section 900           M, TH 2:45-4:00                                        3 cr
#1331                                                                          922 HE

 

ITAL 276             Dante‚Äôs Divine Comedy              3 cr                  Prof. Di Scipio

Section 900                  M/W 4:10-5:25                                    1344 HW                #3867

 

MATH 150          Calculus with Analytic Geometry I       4 cr     Prof. Bendersky

Section 900           M, Th, 12:10-2:00            920 HE         #1530
Prerequisite:  C or above in Math 125 or appropriate score on placement exam.     

 

MEDP 399.75     The Critical Perspective                   3 cr             Prof. Levitas

Section 900           W 10:10-1:00                  504HN              #1662         
Prerequisite:  Departmental Permission Required; Juniors and Seniors (and possibly some sophomores) only.


MEDIA 299.51    Truth and Consequences                           3 cr   Prof. Pool-Eckert

Section 900           TH 11:10-2:00       504HN           #4225         
Prerequisite:  ENG 120 or the equivalent and Departmental Permission; no freshmen

 

MUSHL 217        History of Jazz                                3 cr             Prof. Keberle

Section 900           T/F 12:45-2:00       406 HN           #4389

 

POLSC 110           American Government                 3 cr             Prof. Lemieux

Section 900           M, TH 12:10-1:00 (615 HW), TH 11:10-12:00 (921 HE)       #1971

 

POLSC 112                   Introduction to Political Theory                    3 cr   Staff

Section 900           T, F 2:10-3:25
#1976                    921 HE

 

POLSC 115      Introduction to International Relations          3 cr    Prof. Dwyer

Section 900           M/TH 11:10-12:25           1729W

 

POLSC 316                   Political Science 316:  Political Theory of Human Rights

Section 900           M, TH 1:10-2:25  1137 HW                          3 cr             Prof. Chuman
#4291                                                                            C103 HN

                  

POLSC 379        War and Strategy                3 cr               Prof. Roberts

Section 900                   M, TH 1:10-2:25
#4269                           1731 HW

                                

PSYCH 170                   Human Sexuality                    3 cr             Prof. Ryan

Section 900           M, Th 4:10-5:25;             1441 HW   
#2158
                   Prerequisite: PSYCH 100
(PSYCH 170 also cross-listed as WOMST 170.00 Section 900 #2629   )

 

PSYCH 223               Abnormal Psychology                 3 cr   Prof. Bhoopsingh

Section 900           M, TH 9:45-11:00            922 HE
#2171
                   Prerequisite6 Credits in Psychology

 

URBS 403.05       Religion and Public Policy               3 cr        Prof. Viteritti

Section 900                   T 12:00-2:30                  35 West 67th Street     
Open only to juniors and seniors
Note:  This course is cross listed as POLSC 317.80

 

WOMST 300.54  Becoming Equal:  Women and Global Public Policy Since the 1960s

Section 900            T 4:10-6:40            35 West 67th Street                   Prof. Chesler
#4331
                             Open only to juniors and seniors

 

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