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Current Semester Luther Courses

Biology
CRN30176
ListingBIOL 100-L01
CourseBiology I
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
Time1130-1245
DaysTR

An examination of biological molecules, cell structure, and fundamental cellular processes, bioenergetics, genetics, evolution, and animal and plant physiology.*Notes: Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are strongly recommended as background preparation. This course is designed for biology majors, pre-professional students, secondary education science students, and those wanting two semesters of biology. Students seeking a single semester introductory course are advised to take Biology 140 or 150.* For Engl/Science students only. Must also register in ENGL 100 L01 & CHEM 104-003. An examination of biological molecules, cell structure and fundamental cellular processes, bioenergetics, genetics, evolution, and animal and plant physiology. ***Prerequisite: Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are strongly recommended*** *Note: This course is designed for biology majors, pre-professional students, secondary education science students, and those wanting two semesters of biology. Students seeking a single semester introductory course are advised to take Biology 140 or 150*

CRN30177
ListingBIOL 100-L97
CourseLAB
InstructorLaura Ambrose
Time1430-1715
DaysT

For students registered in BIOL 100-L01 only Meets on alternate weeks starting on Sept 10/19

CRN30188
ListingBIOL 140-L01
CourseHuman biology for Non-Majors
InstructorLaura Ambrose
Time1300-1415
DaysTR

An introductory level course covering the principles of biology with examples taken from humans. * Note: This course is designed to apply the study of biological principles to humans. Biology majors cannot take this course for credit. Students cannot receive credit for both BIOL 140 and 150. Students who have credit for either BIOL 100 or BIOL 101 cannot subsequently receive credit for either of BIOL 140 or BIOL 150.* Plus one lab section L02, L03, L04 or L05

CRN30189
ListingBIOL 140-L02
CourseLAB
InstructorTBA
Time1430-1715
DaysM

Meets on alternate weeks starting on Sept 12/22

CRN30190
ListingBIOL 140-L03
CourseLAB
InstructorTBA
Time1430-1715
DaysT

Meets on alternate weeks starting Sept 13/22

CRN30191
ListingBiol 140-L04
CourseLAB
InstructorTBA
Time1430-1715
DaysM

Meets on alternate weeks starting Sept 19/22

CRN30192
ListingBIOL 140-L05
CourseLAB
InstructorTBA
Time0830-1115
DaysT

Meets on alternate weeks starting Sept 13/22.

CRN30193
ListingBIOL 150-L01
CourseBiological Principles for Non-majors
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
Time1000-1115
DaysMW

This course is a survey of basic modern biological principles. Topics will include: origin of life, basic cell structure and function, evolution, an outline of organism diversity, ecological principles, and selected functions of multicellular organisms. *Note: Designed for students who do not intend to be biology majors and who are not in pre-professional programs. Students cannot receive credit for both BIOL 140 and 150. Students who have credit for BIOL 100 or BIOL 101 cannot subsequently receive credit for either of BIOL 140 or BIOL 150.* Plus one lab section L02-L03.

CRN30194
ListingBIOL 150-L02
CourseLAB
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
Time0930-1115
DaysR

Meets on alternate weeks.

CRN30195
ListingBIOL 150-L03
CourseLAB
Instructor
Time1430-1715
DaysR

Meets on alternate weeks.

CRN30251
ListingBIOL 901-L01
CourseResearch
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
TimeTBA
DaysTBA

Graduate Level. Original research, required of all master's and doctoral candidates.

CRN33292
ListingBIOL 224-L01
CourseIntroduction to Medical Microbiology
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
Time1730-1845
DaysTR

The intent of this course is to provide a basic introduction to pathogens and the concept of diseases. This course covers bacteria, viruses and eukaryotes, with emphasis on emergent diseases and urgent challenges for public health. ***Prerequisite: BIOL 100 and BIOL 101*** *Note: Students who have received credit for BIOL 303 may not subsequently receive credit for BIOL 224.*

CRN33293
ListingBIOL 224-L02
CourseLAB
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
Time1430-1715
DaysW
English
CRN31407
ListingENGL 100-L01
CourseCritical Reading and Writing I
InstructorScott Wilson
Time1430-1545
DaysMW

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so* For Engl/Science students only. Must also register in BIOL 100-L01 & CHEM 104-003.

CRN31408
ListingENGL 100-L02
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorScott Wilson
Time1000-1115
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so.* Must also register in PHIL 150-L02 Justice/Journalism Bundle

CRN31409
ListingENGL 100-L03
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorKathryn MacLennan
Time1430-1545
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*

CRN31410
ListingENGL 100-L04
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorNoel Chevalier
Time1030-1120
DaysMWF

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so.* For Pre-Nursing Students Only. Must also register in STAT 100-L01 & PSYC 101-L02

CRN31411
ListingENGL 100-L05
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorTBA
Time1130-1220
DaysMWF

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*

CRN31412
ListingENGL 100-L06
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorDorothy Lane
Time1130-1245
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so.* For Business Students Only.

CRN31413
ListingENGL 100-L07
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorTBA
Time1000-1115
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*

CRN31414
ListingENGL 100-L08
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorTBA
Time1430-1545
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*

CRN31415
ListingENGL 100-L09
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorTBA
Time1030-1120
DaysMWF

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*

CRN31416
ListingENGL 100-L10
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorTBA
Time1530-1620
DaysMWF

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*

CRN31417
ListingENGL 100-L11
CourseCritical Reading and Witing I
InstructorTBA
Time1900-2145
DaysT

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*

CRN31442
ListingENGL 110-L01
CourseCritical Reading and Writing II
InstructorBenjamin Salloum
Time1130-1220
DaysMWF

A study of a special topic in literature, which may include non-literary texts, in conjunction with a continuation of the writing program begun in ENGL 100. ***Prerequisite: ENGL 100.*** *Note: Every section of ENGL 110 has a different focus. Please consult the Department's Supplementary Calendar or the list of current course offerings on the Departmental website.* *Note: Students who fail ENGL 110 twice should contact their faculty or their federated college immediately.*

CRN31453
ListingENGL 251-L01
CourseExpository Persuasive Writing
InstructorMichael Horacki
Time1000-1115
DaysTR

The theory and practice of expository and persuasive writing. Each student will be expected to write several papers in a variety of modes of writing. *** Prerequisite: A combined average of at least 60% in any two English courses numbered 100 or higher, and completion of at least 30 credit hours. ***

CRN31459
ListingENGL 304AI
CourseWilliam Blake
InstructorNoel Chevalier
Time1230-1320
DaysMWF

This course will combine detailed study of selected poetry and prose of William Blake with a study of various critical approaches to that work. It will look at Blake in the context of poststructuralism, contemporary textual theory, and new historicism. ***Prerequisite: ENGL 100 and either ENGL 110 or completion of 48 credit hours.***

Geography
CRN31811
ListingGES 100-L01
CourseWorld Regional Geography
InstructorLouis Awanyo
Time1000-1115
DaysTR

An introduction to the human and natural environments from a geographical perspective. The fundamental themes, of human and physical geography are examined by focusing upon global issues and regional patterns. *Note: Students may receive credit for only one of GES 100 and GEOG 100.*

CRN31823
ListingGES 316-L01
CourseThird World Geography
InstructorLouis Awanyo
Time1300-1415
DaysTR

The so-called "Third World" is examined from a spatial perspective. Topics of investigation include imperialism, population growth, political boundaries, and economic transition. ***Prerequisite: 30 credit hours including one of GES 100 or GES 120, or permission of the Department Head.*** *Note: Students may receive credit for only one of GES 316 and GEOG 316.*

History
CRN31861
ListingHIST 150-L01
CourseToday's World: Historical Perspectives
InstructorMarc Patenaude
Time1130-1220
DaysMWF

This course explores the influence of the past on the world in which we live. Topics addressed will be taken from today’s headlines and will reflect a wide variety of periods and geographical areas. Topics may include terrorism, environmentalism, war, demonstrations, popular culture, the welfare state, global crises.

CRN31867
ListingHIST 270-L98
CourseEurope 1400-1648
InstructorClay Burlingham
TimeTBA
DaysTBA

This course examines the Italian Renaissance in art, culture and thought; overseas explorations; Protestant and Catholic Reformations; rise of the nation state; the Thirty Years War; the Scientific Revolution. *** Prerequisite: One 100 level HIST or completion of 15 credit hours ***

CRN31868
ListingHIST 272-L01
CourseGender and Body in Early Modern Europe
InstructorYvonne Petry
Time1130-1245
DaysTR

This course examines the social history of Europe from the 15th to the 18th centuries through a focus on issues related to gender, sexuality and the body. It includes topics such as: gender definitions, marriage and family, sexuality and morality, and clothing and fashion. *** Prerequisite: One 100-level HIST course or completion of 15 credit hours ***

CRN33407
ListingHIST 270-L02
CourseEurope 1400-1648
InstructorYvonne Petry
Time1130-1245
DaysTR

This course examines the Italian Renaissance in art, culture and thought; overseas explorations; Protestant and Catholic Reformations; rise of the nation state; the Thirty Years War; the Scientific Revolution. *** Prerequisite: One 100 level HIST or completion of 15 credit hours *** 3.000 Credit hours

Interdisciplinary Studies
CRN31898
ListingIDS 100-L01
CourseInterdisciplinary Studies
InstructorNoel Chevalier
Time1000-1115
DaysTR

This course will examine historical incidents as a way of exploring creative interactions of Western culture with other cultures. The course will emphasize the positive aspects of diversity and pluralism. The inquiry will be organized so that students are able to use multiple perspectives, and develop critical, discerning thought.

Mathematics
CRN32306
ListingMATH 103-L01
CourseApplied Calculus I
InstructorIqbal Husain
Time1130-1245
DaysTR

Differentiation of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Optimization, curve sketching, and integration by substitution. ***Prerequisite: Precalculus 30 or Mathematics B30 with a grade of at least 65% or AMTH 092 with a grade of at least 80%, or Math102*** *Note: Although Math 103 leads to Math 112, students who require three or more calculus-based courses should take Math 110 instead of Math 103. Students will only receive credit for one of MATH 103 or 110*

CRN32307
ListingMATH 103-L10
CourseLAB
InstructorIqbal Husain
Time1430-1520
DaysR
CRN32323
ListingMATH 110-L01
CourseCalculus I
InstructorFotini Lapropulu
Time1000-1115
DaysTR

An introductory class in the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions. Topics include limits, optimization, curve sketching, and areas. ***Prerequisite: Precalculus 30 with at least 75%, or Calculus 30 or Mathematics B30 and C30 with a grade of at least 65% in each or Math 102*** *Note: Students can receive credit for only one of MATH 103 or 110* ENGL/SCI students only

CRN32326
ListingMATH 110-L10
CourseLAB
InstructorFotini Lapropulu
Time1030-1120
DaysF
CRN32334
ListingMATH 122-L01
CourseLinear Algebra I
InstructorFotini Lapropulu
Time1000-1115
DaysMW

A course intended to introduce students to elementary linear algebra, particularly at a computational and applied level. Topics include matrices and systems of equations, inversion, determinants, vectors, inner products, eigenvectors and eigenvalues. *** Prerequisite: Precalculus 30, Mathematics B30 and C30, or Math 102.***

CRN32335
ListingMATH 122-L10
CourseLAB
InstructorFotini Lapropulu
Time1230-1320
DaysW
CRN32348
ListingMATH 261-L01
CourseMethods Numerical Analysis
InstructorIqbal Husain
Time1000-1115
DaysMW

Topics will include number systems and errors, solutions of polynomial and other nonlinear equations, interpolation, numerical differentiation and integration, and the cubic spline. ***Prerequisite: MATH 111, MATH 122, and CS 110.*** *Note: Students will receive credit for only one of CS 261, CS 345 or MATH 261.*

CRN32349
ListingMATH 261-L10
CourseLAB
InstructorIqbal Husain
Time1430-1520
DaysM
CRN32354
ListingMATH 381-L01
CourseDifferential Equations II
InstructorFotini Lapropulu
Time1300-1415
DaysTR

Series solutions of linear equations, systems of linear first-order equations, Fourier series, boundary-value problems, integral transforms, and numerical methods. ***Prerequisite: MATH 217.***

Music & Music History
CRN32398
ListingMU 100-L01
CourseIntroduction to Music
InstructorBarbara Reul
Time1130-1220
DaysMWF

What would life be without music? This broad survey course explores the changing role of music within society across time and disciplines, with emphasis on developing critical listening skills. * Note: Not available for credit in BMus or BMusEd programs.*

CRN32446
ListingMUHI 202-L01
CourseMusic History Survey Pre-Classical to Contemporary
InstructorBarbara Reul
Time0930-1020
DaysMWF

This course traces the development of important musical styles, genres and forms from the second half of the 18th century to the late 20th century by placing representative composers and selected musical works into their appropriate socio-cultural and historical contexts. Emphasis is on developing basic listening, writing and research skills. ***Prerequisite: Music reading ability*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 202 and MUHI 202.

Nonprofit Sector Leadership & Innovation
CRN32483
ListingNSLI 100-L01
CourseFoundaitons of the Nonprofit Sector
InstructorCaroline Graves
TimeTBA
DaysTBA

An introduction to the nonprofit and voluntary sector in Canada and the organizations that comprise it. The course examines the history, size, scope, and roles of the sector in society, relationships with government and other sectors and accountability in the context of governing and managing a private not-for-profit corporation. * Note: Formerly numbered IDS 290AA and NSLI 200. Students may receive credit for only one of NSLI 200, IDS 290AA or NSLI 200.*

CRN32484
ListingNSLI 260-L01
CourseNonprofit Governance
InstructorCaroline Graves
TimeTBA
DaysTBA

The course emphasizes theoretical and practical considerations in the governance of nonprofit organizations. It focuses on what boards, the volunteers who serve on them do, and how they do it to maximize nonprofit governance and organizational effectiveness. Emphasis on competencies of highly effective boards, CEOs, board chairs, and leadership volunteers. ***Prerequisite: NSLI 100, or 12 credit hours, or permission of the Department.*** *Note: NSLI 100 may be taken concurrently.* *Note: Formerly numbered NSLI 360. Students may receive credit for only one of NSLI 360 or NSLI 260.*

Philosophy
CRN32492
ListingPHIL 100-L01
CourseIntroduction to Philosophy
InstructorTBA
Time0930-1020
DaysMWF

This introduction to philosophy will explore how philosophy can provide answers to some of the more profound questions we face, such as questions concerning knowledge, truth, mind and body, personal identity, free will, morality, politics, reasoning and the existence of God. * Note: Topics will vary with sections of this course *

CRN32496
ListingPHIL 150-L01
CourseCritical Thinking
InstructorRoger Petry
Time1130-1245
DaysTR

An introduction to the systematic study of reasoning, this course will teach the theory and practice of good reasoning. It will provide students with reasoning skills that are useful in whichever discipline and career they may pursue. Justice/Journalism Bundle. Must also register in ENGL 100-L02

CRN32503
ListingPHIL 242-L01
CoursePhilosophy of Religion
InstructorRoger Petry
Time1300-1415
DaysMW

An analysis of religious claims concerning the existence of God, religious experience, faith, revelation, and immortality. Modern and contemporary works will receive major attention. *** Prerequisite: PHIL 100 or completion of 15 credit hours ***

Psychology
CRN32625
ListingPSYC 101-L01
CourseIntoduction to Psychology: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Focus
InstructorSarah Zanette
Time1430-1545
DaysMW

An introduction to the study of adjustment, disorders, development, personality and the social environment of the person. For Pre-Nursing students only. Must also register in Stat 100-L02 & ENGL 100-L04

CRN32639
ListingPSYC 220-L01
CourseSocial Psychology
InstructorTBA
Time1300-1415
DaysTR

The study of human behaviour in its social context dealing with the impressions we form of others and emphasizing the influence of group membership and interactions upon important psychological processes. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102***

CRN32642
ListingPSYC 230-L01
CoursePersonality Psychology
InstructorTBA
Time1330-1420
DaysMWF

A survey of theory and research related to individual differences in thinking, feeling, and behaving. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.***

CRN32653
ListingPSYC 321-L97
CourseForensic Psychology
InstructorTBA
TimeTBA
DaysTBA

An overview of the field of forensic psychology – the intersection of psychology and the law. Topics include: psychology of police investigations, deception, eyewitness testimony, child victims and witnesses, juries, mental illness in court, sentencing and parole, domestic violence, sexual offenders, psychopathy, risk assessment, and special offender populations. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 60 credit hours including PSYC 101 and PSYC 102. Declared Justice Studies majors may enroll with completion of 60 credit hours including PSYC 101 or PSYC 102.*** *Note: Students may receive credit for one of PSYC 321 or PSYC 320 as a forensic course.* *Note: This course will initially be restricted to PSYC majors. Non-majors will be eligible to register at a later point if space remains.*

CRN32655
ListingPSYC 333-L01
CourseAbnormal Psychology
InstructorTBA
Time1230-1320
DaysMWF

The course focuses on the psychological study of mental disorders such as depression, anxiety disorders and schizophrenia. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 60 credit hours including PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.*** *Note: This course will initially be restricted to PSYC majors. Non-majors will be eligible to register at a later point if space remains.*

CRN32658
ListingPSYC 388AB-L01
CoursePositive Psychology
InstructorTBA
Time1330-1420
DaysMWF

This course will include historical and philosophical foundations of positive psychology while reviewing related disciplines and discussing their contributions to the field. Some areas of focus will be: well-being, virtues, values, strengths, self-actualization, love and friendships, resilience, positive affect, optimism and hope, gratitude, lifespan, and organizations. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC 102.*** *Note: This course will initially be restricted to PSYC majors. Non-majors will be eligible to register at a later point if space remains.*

CRN32666
ListingPSYC 415AE-L01
CourseSocial-Emotional Develpment & Applications
InstructorSarah Zanette
Time1130-1245
DaysTR

This course examines theory and research on social and emotional development from birth through adolescence and the relative influence of various contextual factors, such as peers, out-of-home care, and media. Implications for problematic outcomes in families, daycares, and schools, and for prevention and intervention practices, will be discussed. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 210 and completion of 60 credit hours.*** *Note: This course will initially be restricted to PSYC majors. Non-majors will be eligible to register at a later point if space remains.*

CRN32701
ListingPSYC 901-L01
CourseThesis Research
InstructorKaila Bruer
TimeTBA
DaysTBA

Graduate Level.

Religious Studies
CRN32740
ListingRLST 100-L01
CourseIntroduction to Religious Studies
InstructorTBA
Time1130-1220
DaysMWF

An introduction to the academic study of religion; a survey of the thought and practices of major world religions; the impact of religion on society and culture.

CRN32747
ListingRLST 275-L01
CourseWOmen in World Religions
InstructorBrenda Anderson
Time1130-1415
DaysW

This course surveys the role and religious experiences of women in various world religions. Lecture material will cover the accumulated traditional teachings on women and the feminine in each religion, with attention to specific historical developments. Contemporary scholars and issues will be highlighted with an emphasis on feminist methodologies. ***Prerequisites: Completion of 12 credit hours or RLST 100 or WGST 100.***

CRN32750
ListingRLST 390AM-L01
CourseWomen in Islam
InstructorBrenda Anderson
Time1430-1715
DaysR

This course will examine the diverse experiences of Muslim women, with specific reference to scripture, historical contexts and selected contemporary concerns. Emphasis will be placed on the debates between traditionalists and modernists and liberals, fundamentalists and feminists. ***Prerequisites: Completion of 24 credit hours or a 200 level RLST course.***

Sociology
CRN32771
ListingSOC 211-L01
CourseDiversity & Intersectionality
InstructorTBA
Time0930-1020
DaysMWF

This course introduces sociological approaches to diversity, equity and inclusion. It explores social policy and practices focusing on the complex intersections of race, gender, glass, age, disability, citizenship, and other factors. Course discussion topics include: Indigenous communities, human rights, inequality, newcomer experiences, active citizenship, and complex identity issues. *** Prerequisite: Completion of 12 credit hours or or SOC 100 or permission of Department Head. * Note: SOC 100 is required for all majors in Sociology *

Statistics
CRN32865
ListingSTAT 100-L01
CourseElementary Statistics for Apps
InstructorVijayaparvathy Agasthian
Time0830-0945
DaysTR

An introduction to statistical methods; descriptive statistics; the normal distribution; basic techniques of statistical inference; confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for population means and proportions; simple linear regression; and one-way analysis of variance. ***Prerequisite: Foundations of Math 20 or Precalculus 20 or Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 30 or MATH A30 or AMTH 091 or MATH 101*** *Note: STAT 100 and STAT 200 are designed to provide a year-long introduction to statistical methodology with a view towards applications and are not intended for majors in statistics, actuarial science, or any other program requiring a detailed knowledge of statistics. Students who receive credit for STAT 100 may not receive credit for STAT 160* For Pre-Nursing students only. Must also register in ENGL 100-L04 & PSYC 101-L02

CRN32866
ListingSTAT 200-L01
CourseIntermediate Statistics for Applications
InstructorVijayaparvathy Agasthian
Time0830-0945
DaysMW

A continuation of STAT 100; inference for two categorical variables; basic multiple linear regression; two-way analysis of variance; introduction to nonparametric methods; statistical process control; introduction to survey design. ***Prerequisite: STAT 100*** *Note: STAT 100 and STAT 200 are designed to provide a year-long introduction to statistical methodology with a view towards applications and are not intended for majors in statistics, actuarial science, or any other program requiring a detailed knowledge of statistics. Students who receive credit for STAT 200 may not receive credit for STAT 160*

Women's & Gender Studies
CRN33114
ListingWGST 100-L01
CourseIntroduciton to Womens and Gender Studies
InstructorJeffrey Walters
Time0930-1020
DaysMWF

This course will examine the historical development of feminism and women's studies. Women's representation in academic practice will be analyzed using examples from humanities, the arts, and social sciences. Strategies for change and for the empowerment of women will be considered.