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2 Winter 1998What’s New?Instructional Enhancement InitiativeFall Quarter, the College of Letters and Science launched the Instructional Enhancement Initiative (IEI) to expand student drop-in computer laboratoriesand to provide individual course webpages for all Letters and Science undergraduate students, except those in independent studies orsimilar courses. Each course website is intended to provide online access to supplemental materials for the class, to allow students to communicatewith the instructor and other enrolled students, and to facilitate links to other websites on campus, across the country, and around theworld. The initiative is funded by a course materials fee, the Instructional Enhancement Fee.My<strong>UCLA</strong>http://my.ucla.eduMy<strong>UCLA</strong> (http://my.<strong>UCLA</strong>.edu) went online Fall 1997. This new website gives all students a gateway to personalized information, including aStudy List showing the courses a student is currently enrolled in and providing links to each course’s website, a subscription section to receiveinformation from a customizable selection of online newspapers, journals, or magazines, and links to <strong>UCLA</strong> online resources. Letters and Sciencestudents are also able to view their counseling appointments, add/drop petitions, and honors progress from this site.New Website and Format for Online Schedule of Classeshttp://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/The Winter 1998 online edition of the Schedule of Classes (http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/) debuts a new format that provides detailedcourse information and links to the catalog, departmental homepages, course webpages, library reserves, and bookstore.<strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office Homepagehttp://www.registrar.ucla.eduFrom the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office homepage (http://www.registrar.ucla.edu) you can link to the catalog, Schedule of Classes, Fee Charts, FinalsSchedules, GE Requirements, and <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Directory. It also provides source information on registration and enrollment, residence, academicrecords, grading and academic revisions, and degree services.BruinCardThe new <strong>UCLA</strong> BruinCard is used to electronically confirm student status and eligibility for services. The <strong>UCLA</strong> Registration Card has been discontinued.The BruinCard also functions as a key to residence halls and serves as a library card, special event card, and student alumni membershipcard. You may choose to activate the “Easy Pay” feature of the card to make purchases and the AT&T calling card feature to makephone calls.Cover Design: Bryan Stevens, Design major, <strong>UCLA</strong> School of the Arts and Architecture


Winter 1998 3Table of ContentsCalendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Mandatory Medical Insurance RequirementHoldsEnrollment in Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6URSA (University Records System Access). . . . . . . . . 6Study Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Winter 1998 Fee Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Miscellaneous Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Billing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Billing Statement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Bruin DirectStudent Medical Insurance Plan (MIP)Paying FeesHome BankingAddress ChangeRegistration ConfirmationLate Payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Financial Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Financial Aid Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Student Loan Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Graduate Student Support Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Sponsored Student Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17URSA Telephone Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17URSA Telephone Enrollment Appointments . . . . . . . . 17In-Person Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Wait Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Enrollment in 199 Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Enrollment in Restricted Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Enforced Requisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Impacted Courses: L&S Students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Official Study Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Changes to Official Study List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Enrollment Petitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Drop Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Late Study Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Winter 1998 URSA Enrollment Appointments . . . . . . 20Study List Changes via URSA Telephone. . . . . . . . . . 21URSA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22University Records System Access (URSA). . . . . . . . 22URSA Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22URSA OnLine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24URSA Telephone Command Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25<strong>UCLA</strong> Online. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26Bruin OnLine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26<strong>UCLA</strong> Homepage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27My<strong>UCLA</strong> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27Instructional Enhancement Initiative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27Newgroups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27ORION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27Computer Labs Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28Computer Labs Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30<strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30Establishing Residence for Tuition PurposesIncomplete Grade ProceduresName ChangeOfficial Transcripts: Academic and VerificationVeterans Affairs and Social Security ServicesOther Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31LibrariesOn-Campus HousingParking and Commuter ServicesServices for Students with DisabilitiesTextbooks and Course Materials<strong>UCLA</strong> Career Center<strong>UCLA</strong> BruinCard<strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office Student Services Guide . . . . . . . . . .33Academic Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34Admission and Enrollment Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34Degree Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35Class Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37Special Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38Departmental Courses and Seminars . . . . . . . . . . . . .38Distance Learning at <strong>UCLA</strong> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39Field Studies/Internships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40Professional Schools Seminar Program. . . . . . . . . . . .40Class Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41Online Course Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41Course Listing Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41Schedule Format at a Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41University Buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43Winter 1998 Final Examinations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44Class Listings Winter 1998. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45Tentative Class Listings Spring 1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . .151Academic Counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177L&S Counseling Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177College and Schools Counselors and Advisers . . . . .177Official Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183Official Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183Proposition 187 Injunction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183Nondiscrimination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183Student Conduct: Violation of University Policies . . . .183Disclosure of Student Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184Rape and Other Forms of Sexual Assault . . . . . . . . .184Harassment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185Emergencies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189Enrollment Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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4 Winter 1998CalendarStudents are responsible for observing the following dates and deadlines as published by the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office. Anything submitted or requested as anexception to a published deadline is subject to a PENALTY fee of $10.The calendars below as well as academic calendars to the year 2002 are available on line at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/calendar/Winter 1998 Spring 1998 Summer 1998Filing period for undergraduate applications (file with UC Undergraduate ApplicationProcessing Service, P.O. Box 23460, Oakland CA 94623-0460)Last day to file application for graduate admission or readmission with completecredentials and application fee, with Graduate Admissions/Student and AcademicAffairs, 1255 Murphy Hall, <strong>UCLA</strong>, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1428Last day to file graduate change of major petitions with Graduate Division, 1255 MurphyHall— October 1-31,1997October 1, 1997 January 2, 1998October 1 January 2First day to obtain Student Parking Request forms at Parking and Commuter Services October 1 January 2 May 1Last day to submit Student Parking Request for campus parking permit October 31 February 2Issuing of <strong>UCLA</strong> BruinCard to new and reentering students begins November 3 February 2Schedule of Classes available on the World Wide Web November 3 February 2First day for continuing students to call URSA Telephone at (310) 208-0425 or checkURSA OnLine at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/ for assigned enrollment appointmentsNovember 5 February 5Schedule of Classes goes on sale at <strong>UCLA</strong> Store November 10 February 9Reentering students eligible to enroll begin to receive URSA notification letter at their November 11 February 10mailing addressURSA Telephone enrollment appointments begin November 17 February 17 March 4Last day to file Undergraduate Application for Readmission form at 1113 Murphy Hall(late applicants will pay a $50 late payment fee)Mailing of <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement showing registration fee assessment to student’smailing address (verify your mailing address on record at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/)November 25 February 25December 3 March 4REGISTRATION FEE PAYMENT DEADLINE December 19 March 20LATE Registration Fee Payment In Person With $50 Late Fee December 22-January 9March 23-April 3Financial Aid nonelectronic FFELP checks available January 7 April 1QUARTER BEGINS January 7 April 1$50 late fee waived for students using loan/grant checks to pay registration fees December 22-January 9March 23-April 3Classes are dropped if fee payment is not completed by 5 p.m. January 9 April 3INSTRUCTION BEGINS January 12 April 6Orientation meetings on format for master’s theses and doctoral dissertations (see theTheses and Dissertations Adviser, 330 Powell Library)January 15-17 April 9-11LAST DAY (End of Second Week) January 23 April 17 July 101. To drop impacted courses (L&S undergraduate students)2. To change Study List (add, drop courses) without fee through URSA Telephone by 7p.m.3. To check wait lists for courses through URSA Telephone (wait lists are dropped at 7p.m.)4. To enroll in courses for credit without $50 late Study List fee through URSATelephone by 7 p.m.5. To file advancement to candidacy petition for master’s degree with major department6. To file graduate leaves of absence with Graduate Division, 1255 Murphy Hall7. To file undergraduate request for educational fee reduction with college or school8. For Nursing undergraduates to add/drop without school approval9. To declare bachelor’s degree candidacy for current term (with fee depending on unitscompleted — see “Degree Policies” in the “Academic Policies” section for details)10. For full refund on textbooks with <strong>UCLA</strong> Store receipt (exception made with proof ofdrop or withdrawal up to 8th week)(Session A) July 6(Session B) July 24(Session C) August 14


Winter 1998 Calendar / 5LAST DAY (End of Third Week) January 30 April 241. For Arts and Architecture (SOAA) undergraduate students to ADD courses with $3per course fee through URSA Telephone2. For SOAA undergraduate students to file Late Study List with $50 fee3. For graduate students to ADD courses with $3 per course fee through URSATelephone4. For graduate students to file Late Study List with $50 feeWinter 1998 Spring 1998 Summer 1998Undergraduates approved for reduced educational fee are audited (must be enrolled in10 units or less to be eligible for reduction) as of this dateJanuary 30 April 24LAST DAY (End of Fourth Week) February 6 May 11. For non-SOAA undergraduates to ADD courses with PTE # and $3 per course feethrough URSA Telephone2. For non-SOAA undergraduates to file Late Study List by petition with $50 fee3. For all undergraduates to DROP nonimpacted courses without a transcript notation($3 per transaction fee through URSA Telephone)Course materials fees assessed based on enrollment at end of fourth week (see“Miscellaneous Fees” in the “Registration” sectionLast day to submit final drafts of dissertations to doctoral committee for degrees to beconferred in current termLast day for undergraduates to change grading basis (optional P/NP) with $3 pertransaction fee through URSA TelephoneLast day to submit final drafts of theses to master’s committees for degrees to beconferred in current termLast day for continuing students to file undergraduate scholarship applications for 1998-99Last day to file completed copies of theses for master’s degrees and dissertations fordoctoral degrees to be conferred in current term with the University Theses andDissertations Adviser, 330 Powell LibraryFebruary 6 May 1February 16 May 4February 20 May 15March 2 May 18March 2 —March 16 June 1INSTRUCTION ENDS March 20 June 12Last Day to Withdraw March 20 June 12LAST DAY (End of Tenth Week) March 20 June 121. For L&S undergraduates to drop nonimpacted courses by petition with instructorapproval, $13 per course fee, and transcript notation2. For graduate students to change grading basis (optional S/U) with $3 per course feethrough URSA Telephone3. For graduate students to DROP courses with $3 per course fee through URSATelephoneFinal Examination Week March 23-27 June 15-19QUARTER ENDS March 27 June 19Commencement weekend (by college/school) — June 20-21Summer Session A – six weekSummer Session A – eight weekSummer Session A – ten weekJune 29 - August 7June 29 - August 21June 29 - September 4Summer Session B July 20 -August 28Summer Session CFirst day to obtain GPA for previous term grades through URSA Telephone April 11 July 7August 10 - September18ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE HOLIDAYS January 19 March 30 July 4February 16 May 25 September 1July 3Note: Deadlines are subject to change. For the most current term deadlines, seethe on-line Schedule and calendars at http://www.ucla.edu/student/classes.html


6 Winter 1998RegistrationRegistrationRegistration consists of paying fees and enrolling in classes.• Registration fees and other University charges are paid throughthe <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement (BAR), mailed monthly to your <strong>UCLA</strong>mailing address by the Student Accounting Office• Enrollment in classes is completed through URSA Telephone,(310) 208-0425 (see “URSA” for full details)You must complete both processes by the established deadlines (see“Calendar”) to be officially registered and enrolled for the term.Payments can be mailed, deposited in the Main Cashier’s Drop Slot(1125 Murphy Hall), sent Western Union Quick Collect, or faxed ifpaying with a credit card (see “Billing” for details). Payments submittedafter the published deadline must be made in person at 1125Murphy Hall and are assessed an additional $50 late payment fee.Mandatory Medical InsuranceRequirement<strong>UCLA</strong> requires, as a condition of registration, that all internationalstudents (graduate and undergraduate) on nonimmigrant visas andall graduate students have adequate medical insurance coverageduring all periods of enrollment.The following “insurance” plans are NOT acceptable and do NOT fulfillthe University requirement for adequate medical/health insurance:(1) travel insurance plans of any kind, (2) any plans purchased outsidethe U.S. and/or not issued by a U.S. company, (3) reimbursementarrangements or vouchers, including those from homegovernments and consulates in the U.S.<strong>UCLA</strong> offers students the Medical Insurance Plan (MIP) which fulfillsthe University requirement for adequate medical insurance. Forall graduate and international students, the MIP fee is includedeach term in the amount due on the <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement (BAR).This is the only method by which MIP can be purchased.Students who decide to waive out of MIP because they have adequateprivate medical insurance must complete the Medical InsuranceWaiver Request included each term with the <strong>UCLA</strong> BillingStatement (BAR) and submit the form when they pay their registrationfees. However, students with private insurance who register afterthe second week of classes are not eligible to waive out of MIP.Students who do not purchase the <strong>UCLA</strong> Medical Insurance Planmust have an adequate private medical insurance plan that providesall of the following minimum benefits:(1) A minimum of $100,000 in lifetime benefits.(2) Coverage of at least 75 percent of medical expenses, with a deductibleof $500 or less and a copayment of 20 percent or less.(3) A policy issued in the U.S. by a U.S. carrier.(4) Inclusion of Medical Evacuation and Repatriation benefits forthose on J-1 or J-2 visas.If the private medical insurance plan does not meet all of the aboverequirements, students must purchase MIP.For all other undergraduate students, the MIP fee appears as avoluntary option on the <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement (BAR) and is in additionto the amount due each term. To request MIP, students must selectit by marking that item on the remittance portion of the <strong>UCLA</strong>Billing Statement. The remittance slip must be returned to the <strong>UCLA</strong>Main Cashier by the published registration deadline each term. Thisis the only method by which MIP can be purchased.This serves as notice of the mandatory medical insurance requirement;it is each student’s responsibility to obtain the necessary informationbefore they register. Changes and exceptions requested afterstudents have registered cannot be honored. MIP cancellation requestsmust be made to the Student Health Service (SHS) InsuranceOffice within 10 days from the MIP effective date. For further informationon MIP or adequate medical insurance requirements, call theSHS Insurance Office at (310) 825-1856.HoldsStudents may have “holds” placed on their student record, whichcould affect registration, enrollment, financial aid, and/or release ofacademic transcripts for the following reasons:1. Failure to comply with admission provisions2. Failure to settle financial obligations with the University3. Failure to respond to official noticesEach student who becomes subject to a hold action is given advancenotice and ample time to respond. In most cases, the hold must bereleased from the initiating office before a student may enroll inclasses or receive various campus services. You can obtain holds informationon URSA OnLine at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/ or a readingof your holds on URSA Telephone at (310) 208-0425.Enrollment in ClassesThe “Class Listings” section of this schedule has class times, meetingrooms, instructors, and other information necessary for enrollment.For the most up-to-date listings, see the online Schedule ofClasses. Using the class listings and academic counseling from yourschool or college advisers (see “Counseling”), you can assemble aprogram of courses.You should plan two or three alternate programs in case your firstchoice of courses is not available (use the “Enrollment Worksheet” onthe inside back cover of this schedule to list alternate courses). Donot choose two courses in the same final examination group (see thefinal examination chart in “Class Listings”) or select classes that conflictin meeting times. If conflicts are unavoidable, consult with the instructorof each course at the first class meeting.URSAUniversity Records System Access (URSA) enables all <strong>UCLA</strong> studentsto acquire information from their University academic recordsstored on the student system computer databases. Below is an overviewof URSA features; see the “URSA” section for full details.URSA Telephone EnrollmentURSA Telephone (310-208-0425) allows you to process your classenrollment, to obtain course confirmation (i.e., Study List, includingday/time, location, examination code, instructor name), your exactURSA Telephone enrollment appointment time, <strong>UCLA</strong> grades for anycompleted term, GPA, completed units, and outstanding holds, toconfirm registration fee payment, to update or review selected studentinformation (“degree expected term,” telephone number, residencehall address, privacy release, ethnic-based mailing option, andethnic background), and to change the security code used to accessURSA.Through URSA Telephone’s Student Records Menu, you can enroll inclasses, add, drop, or exchange classes/sections, put yourself on thewait list for a class, add a class using a PTE Authorization Number,change the grading basis for a class (i.e., Passed/Not Passed), obtaina reading of your Study List, check your wait-list position, and obtaininstructor names for all courses. You enroll during your assignedappointment periods, which you also obtain either by calling URSATelephone or using URSA OnLine.


Winter 1998 Registration / 7URSA OnLineUsing URSA OnLine (http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/), you can view andprint out your Study List, undergraduate Degree Progress Report(DPR), URSA Telephone enrollment appointment time, holds information,and registration (fee paid) status. You can also change your mailing,permanent, and/or next of kin’s address and phone number,privacy release designation, and PIN for accessing URSA.List of enrolled courses becomes “official” and all wait lists are eliminated.You should check your Study List through URSA Telephone orURSA OnLine after all enrollment transactions. You are responsiblefor all courses and the grading basis as listed on URSA, and youcannot receive credit for courses not listed. Errors or omissionsshould be corrected before your academic dean’s deadline forchanges by petition. Unapproved withdrawal from or neglect of acourse entered on the Study List results in a failing grade.Study ListsA Study List is the record of the courses you are enrolled in for theterm. At 7 p.m. on Friday of the second week of instruction, your StudyMy<strong>UCLA</strong> (http://my.ucla.edu)Login to My<strong>UCLA</strong> (http://my.ucla) to review your study list andconnect to your course webpages.


8 / Registration Winter 1998Winter 1998 Fee ChartsFees are subject to revision without noticeUp-to-date fee information can be accessed at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/fees/Graduate Students/Quarter Undergraduates/Quarter Dentistry Students/Quarter M.B.A. Students/QuarterResident Nonresident Resident Nonresident Resident Nonresident Resident NonresidentUniversity registrationfee a $ 238.00 $ 238.00 $ 238.00 $ 238.00 $ 238.00 $ 238.00 $ 238.00 $ 238.00Educational fee b 1,029.00 1,029.00 1,029.00 1,029.00 1,029.00 1,029.00 1,029.00 1,029.00UndergraduateStudents Associationfee 18.00 18.00Graduate StudentsAssociation fee 5.50 5.50 5.50 5.50 5.50 5.50Ackerman StudentUnion fee 17.00 17.00 17.00 17.00 17.00 17.00 17.00 17.00Seismic fee forAckerman/Kerckhoff c 38.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 38.00Wooden Center fee 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00Mandatory medicalinsurance fee 163.00 163.00 163.00 163.00 163.00 163.00Course materials fee d 200.00 200.00Nonresident tuition e 2,995.00 2,995.00 2,995.00 2,995.00Mandatory fees $ 1,501.50 $ 4,496.50 $ 1,351.00 $ 4,346.00 $ 1,501.50 $ 4,496.50 $ 1,701.50 $ 4,696.50Professional schoolfee for studentsadmitted fall 1994 f 667.00 667.00 667.00 667.00Course materials fee 30.00 30.00Total mandatory fees $ 2,168.50 $ 5,163.50 $ 2,198.50 $ 5,193.50Professional schoolfee for studentsadmitted fall 1995 g 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,334.00 1,334.00Course materials fee 30.00 30.00Total mandatory fees $ 2,501.50 $ 5,496.50 $ 2,865.50 $ 5,860.50Professional schoolfee for studentsadmitted fall 1996 h 1,334.00 1,334.00 2,000.00 2,000.00Total mandatory fees $ 2,835.50 $ 5,830.50 $ 3,701.50 $ 6,696.50Professional schoolfee for studentsadmitted fall 1997 i 1,667.00 1,667.00 2,000.00 2,000.00Total mandatory fees $ 3,168.50 $ 6,163.50 $ 3,701.50 $ 6,696.50a. Exact per quarter fee is $237.66; $237 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and $238 is charged in Winter and Spring quarters 1998.b. Exact per quarter fee is $1,028.66; $1,028 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and $1,029 is charged in Winter and Spring quarters 1998.c. Exact per quarter fee is $37.66; $37 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and $38 is charged in Winter and Spring quarters 1998.d. Course materials fee: M.B.A. students admitted before Fall Quarter 1996 are assessed a course materials fee of $30 per term.e. Nonresident tuition is $2,994.66 per term: $2,994 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and $2,995 is charged in Winter and Spring quarters 1998. Nonresidenttuition for graduate students advanced to doctoral candidacy is $748.66 per term: $748 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and $749 is charged in Winter andSpring quarters 1998.f. Exact per quarter fee is $666.66; $666 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and $667 is charged in Winter and Spring quarters 1998.g. Exact per quarter fee for M.B.A. students is $1,333.33; $1,333 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and Spring Quarter 1998, $1,334 is charged in Winter Quarter1998.h. Exact per quarter fee for Dentistry students is $1,333.33; $1,333 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and Spring Quarter 1998, $1,334 is charged in WinterQuarter 1998.i. Exact per quarter fee for Dentistry is $1,666.66; $1,666 is charged in Fall Quarter 1997 and $1,667 is charged in Winter and Spring quarters 1998.


10 / Registration Winter 1998Miscellaneous FeesFees are subject to revision without noticeAcceptance of admission fee (applies toward undergraduate registration fees; nonrefundable) $100.00Application fee (includes readmissions and intercampus transfers) 40.00Athletic supplies not returned — charges assessed based on actual replacement costsBAR delinquent collection fee 20.00Breakage — charges assessed by departments based on actual replacement costsBruinCard ReplacementLostDamaged15.005.00Cancellation of Medical Insurance Plan (MIP) 20.00Changes in Study List (per course) 3.00Changes in Study List after published dates (per course) 13.00Course Materials fees (nonrefundable)Materials Use Fee – varies by course (see class listings)Instructional Enhancement Fee (designated L&S courses)Humanities Division courses per unitSocial Sciences Division course per unitPhysical Sciences Division courses per unitLife Sciences Division courses per unitWomen’s Studies courses per unitCredit by examination 5.00Declaration or change of bachelor’s degree candidacy after 160 units13.00(172 units for Engineering students)Duplicate/special order diploma 60.00Failure to empty locker within specified period 5.00“Good Student” Auto Insurance Certification 5.00Housing application 20.00In absentia degree processing fee (undergraduate) 60.00Late filing of Study List 50.00Late payment of registration fees 50.00Late repayment of student short-term loans 10.00Penalty fee (approved exceptions to published deadline) 10.00<strong>Registrar</strong>’s documents, copies or transmissionFax charge (domestic)Fax charge (international)Photocopies (each page)2.502.503.503.502.505.0010.00.25Reinstatement of status after lapse 10.00Removal of I grade (each course) 5.00Rental of academic apparel for CommencementBachelor’s candidates (for purchase only)Master’s candidatesDoctoral candidatesComplete setCap and gown only25.0030.0033.0025.00Returned check collection 10.00Returned registration fee check collection 60.00Service Fee for Cancellation of Registration 10.00Student Health missed appointment 20.00Subject A Placement Examination (undergraduates only) 55.00Transcript of record, academic or enrollment verification (official, each copy) 5.00Transcripts — additional services/feesSame day Processing Service (per request)Special handlingGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLYAcceptance of admission deposit, new M.B.A. students, AGSM (applies toward registration fees;nonrefundable)Acceptance of admission deposit, School of Dentistry (applies toward registration fees;nonrefundable)10.0015.00$ 500.00200.00Candidacy for doctoral degree 50.00Doctoral dissertation copyright fee (optional) 35.00Filing fee for master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation(one half of registration fee)119.00


Winter 1998 11BillingBilling StatementThe <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement, generated by the Billing and Receivables(BAR) System, serves as each <strong>UCLA</strong> student’s bill for registrationfees and other University charges. Students are automaticallyassigned a BAR account and mailed a statement of activity eachmonth. The statements, which include your registration fee assessment,are generated on the dates below and mailed within three tofour days.TermMailing DatesFall Semester — Medicine July 1Fall Semester — Law August 1Fall Quarter September 1Winter Quarter/Spring Semester December 1Spring Quarter March 1New and reentering students have their bills mailed to them accordingto the above schedule if they have filed both the Statement of Intentto Register and the Statement of Legal Residence and theirresidence for tuition is determined.If you receive financial aid, the Financial Aid System automaticallycredits your BAR account with your financial aid to pay your registrationfees and most other outstanding <strong>UCLA</strong> debts (e.g., studenthealth visits, laboratory fees, etc.). You then receive a check for creditbalances on your BAR account (see “Bruin Direct” below for a directdeposit option).Students who choose NOT to process their Federal Family EducationalLoan Program (FFELP) or other bank loans electronically (byrequesting a non-EFT refund check) must wait in line to pick up theirchecks in person at the beginning of each term at Student Loan Services,A227 Murphy Hall. You must indicate on the Payment UpdateForm, available in A129 Murphy Hall, that you wish to pick up yourcheck.All charges (other than registration charges) must be paid in fullby the statement deadline, the 20th of each month (or the precedingworkday if the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday), toavoid assessment of a $20 delinquent fee. If you decide not to attend<strong>UCLA</strong>, make sure you check the readmission policies outlined inthe Academic Policies section in order to protect your student status.Bruin Direct<strong>UCLA</strong> now offers a direct deposit program called Bruin Direct, a furtherenhancement to the BAR system that improves service to studentsreceiving financial aid by offering an additional refund option.<strong>UCLA</strong> students may now select from three processing options tohave credit balances refunded:Default Option. Your refund check is sent to your mailing address(you are automatically assigned this option if you do nothing).Non-EFT Refund Check Option. Your refund check is held for pickup, which requires standing in long lines.Bruin Direct Option. Your refund is deposited directly to your bankaccount.Student Medical Insurance Plan (MIP)<strong>UCLA</strong> requires, as a condition of registration, that all internationalstudents (graduate and undergraduate) on nonimmigrant visas andall graduate students have adequate medical insurance coverageduring all periods of enrollment. <strong>UCLA</strong> offers the Medical InsurancePlan (MIP), which fulfills the requirement. See Mandatory Medical InsuranceRequirement in the Registration section for mandatory requirements.Paying FeesDetach the bottom portion of the <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement and returnyour remittance by U.S. Mail, or deposit it in the Main Cashier's DropSlot, 1125 Murphy Hall. If you pay your fees by mail, allow at leastfive working days for delivery. The University is not responsible formaterials lost or delayed in the mail.A late payment fee of $50 is assessed to all students paying RegFees after the registration fee payment deadline. Missing or incompletepayments or payment documents may result in loss of classes,medical insurance or assessment of late fees. Verify that your feeshave been received and processed before the dropping of classesdeadline by calling URSA.In the envelope provided, return the following items to the <strong>UCLA</strong>Main Cashier, Box 95142, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1432:1. Bottom Portion of <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement2. Payment. Do not send cash. Write your nine-digit <strong>UCLA</strong> studentI.D. number on all checks, money orders, etc. Indicate method ofpayment:a. Check or Money OrderMake payable to REGENTS-UC. A $60 fine is assessed ifany check for registration fee payment is returned by a bank(i.e., stopped payment, insufficient funds, etc.).b. VISA/MasterCard/Discover CardComplete and sign the VISA/MC/Discover section on the<strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement and return the statement by mail orfax it to (310) 206-5667. Credit card fax statements must besigned and completed to be processed. Faxed paymentsmust be received three working days before the publisheddeadline to ensure timely processing. Faxed paymentsreceived after that may not be processed by thedeadline. Incomplete credit card payments are returned.c. Western Union Quick Collect PaymentGo to any Western Union agent location worldwide and completea Quick Collect form for <strong>UCLA</strong>. Provide the amount ofpayment, your name and <strong>UCLA</strong> student I.D. number. Indicatethe payment is for registration fees and the term to which itshould apply. Reference: Main Cashier, Ca. The WesternUnion agent will collect your payment in U.S. currency andenter the transaction into their system. It is transmitted withinminutes and recorded to your BAR account when the fundsare received.3. MIP Waiver Request. Return your BAR remittance document indicatingthat you are waiving out of the medical insurance alongwith the completed MIP Waiver Request, which is included withyour bill. Failure to do so may result in your paying the mandatorymedical insurance fee.Main Cashier's Office (310) 825-2201, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays;Fax (310) 206-5667.Home BankingYou can make BAR payments by using one of the many consumerbill payment services available. Contact your bank for more informationregarding establishing <strong>UCLA</strong> as a payee for your home bankingservices. See the Main Cashier Office/Student Accounting website athttp://www.bafnet.ucla.edu/studentacctg/homepage.htm.Address ChangeIt is extremely important that your <strong>UCLA</strong> Mailing Address is alwaysaccurate. You may change your address any of the following ways:1. On URSA OnLine at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/2. By filling out the Change of Mailing Address portion on the reverseof the <strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement3. In person at the Enrollment and Degree Services Office, 1113Murphy Hall.Registration ConfirmationYou can check URSA OnLine or URSA Telephone to confirm thatyour registration fee payment has been processed by the Main Cash-


12 / Billing Winter 1998ier. If you need a paper proof of payment, you can print a copy of the“Registration Status” screen available through URSA OnLine. Thiscan be presented with the <strong>UCLA</strong> BruinCard as proof of student statusfor the specified term.Late PaymentLate Payment in PersonAnyone who did not pay registration fees by the registration fee deadlinemust pay with a $50 late payment fee between 9 a.m. and 5p.m. weekdays at the Main Cashier’s Office, 1125 Murphy Hall.New and Reentering Students must pay their fees directly at theMain Cashier’s Office once they receive an URSA notification letteror appointment letter from the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office.Late registration is complete when you pay registration fees and enrollin classes.Late Payment after Friday of theSecond WeekIf you enroll in classes and pay registration fees after Friday of thesecond week of classes, you are assessed both the $50 latestudy list fee and the $50 late registration fee. This means it is anextra $100 to register and enroll after Friday of the second week ofclasses.Once fees are paid, complete an Enrollment Petition (undergraduatesobtain petitions from the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office, graduate students fromtheir department).All undergraduate students must obtain the instructor’s signaturefor each course listed and obtain approval from the academic collegeor school.Graduate students (GD college code) must obtain approval fromtheir authorized departmental adviser.Dentistry, Law, and Medicine students must have the written approvalof their respective Student Affairs Office.Graduate, professional, and undergraduate international studentswho enroll and pay registration fees after Friday of the secondweek of classes are not eligible to waive out of the student MedicalInsurance Plan (MIP).File the Enrollment Petition at 1113 Murphy Hall. Late registration iscomplete when you pay registration fees and enroll in classes.RefundsCancellation of RegistrationPrior to the first day of instruction, students may cancel registrationby mailing a written notice to the Enrollment and Degree Services Office,Attn: Cancellation Clerk, 1113 Murphy Hall, Los Angeles, CA90024-1429. Refund is as follows: fees paid by new undergraduatesare refunded except for the nonrefundable $100 acceptance of admissionfee and a $10 service fee; fees paid by new M.B.A. and Dentistrystudents are refunded except for their respective nonrefundableacceptance of admissions fee; for new graduate, continuing, and reenteringstudents, a service fee of $10 is deducted from the amountof fees paid.WithdrawalStudents who withdraw from the University during the course of a termmust file an acceptable Notice of Withdrawal or graduate Leave of Absenceform (see “Graduate Leaves of Absence” below). The form containingcomplete instructions is issued at the office of your academicdean (undergraduates) or in your department (graduate students).Failing to attend classes, neglecting courses, or stopping payment onchecks tendered for registration does not constitute notice of withdrawal.A $60 fine is assessed if any check for registration fee paymentis returned by a bank (i.e., stopped payment, insufficient funds,etc.). If no credit for courses is received, a full refund of the Universityregistration fee for the regular session is granted to all students enteringthe armed forces prior to the end of the sixth week of the term,with no refund thereafter.A percentage of the registration fees paid is refunded according tothe calendar date on which the official Notice of Withdrawal or Leaveof Absence form is submitted to the academic dean.For new graduate, continuing, and reentering students, the scheduleof refunds is applied to the fee paid:100% on or before January 1290% January 13 - 1850% January 19 - 2925% January 30 - February 150% on or after February 16See the refund chart in the “Financial Support” section for new studentswho receive federal financial aid and withdraw in their firstterm.Refund is as follows: a $10 service fee is deducted from all 100 percentrefunds; for new undergraduates, the schedule of refunds is appliedto the fees paid minus the nonrefundable $100 acceptance ofadmission fee and a $10 service fee; fees paid by new M.B.A. andDentistry students are refunded except for their respective nonrefundableAcceptance of Admissions deposit. If you receive a 100 percentrefund and purchased MIP, you are not eligible for any MIPbenefits for that entire term. An additional $20 processing fee is appliedto all MIP cancellation refunds. If you receive less that a 100percent refund and you purchased MIP, your MIP policy remains ineffect for the remainder of the term, and your refund is calculated onthe remainder of your reg fees (i.e., less the MIP payment).All registration fee refunds take two to three weeks to process. Thelength of time is standardized due to the volume of refunds processed.If a sponsored student (on financial aid) pays registration fees withpersonal funds, a refund is initiated automatically through BAR. TheAccounting Office processes a refund in two to three weeks.Students who initially pay registration fees with financial aid, a fee deferral,or a fee waiver, and subsequently cancel or withdraw, do NOTreceive a cash refund.Graduate Leaves of AbsenceContinuing graduate students in good standing (3.0 GPA or above)who have completed at least one term of <strong>UCLA</strong> graduate work may,with the support of their department and the approval of the GraduateDivision, be eligible for leaves of absence.If you are on approved leave of absence, you are not permitted touse faculty time or make use of University facilities for more than 12hours since your last registration. You are not eligible for apprenticepersonnel employment or other services normally available only toregistered students.The Request for Leave of Absence form is obtained at Graduate Admissions/Studentand Academic Affairs, 1255 Murphy Hall. See the“Calendar” regarding the deadline for filing the request.A percentage of the registration fees paid is refunded according tothe calendar date on which the official Request for Leave of Absenceform is submitted to the Graduate Division. See refund chart above.A $10 service fee is deducted from all 100 percent refunds; fees paidby new M.B.A. and Dentistry students are refunded except for theirrespective nonrefundable Acceptance of Admissions deposit. If youreceive a 100 percent refund and purchased MIP, you are not eligiblefor any MIP benefits for that entire term. An additional $20 processingfee is applied to all MIP cancellation refunds. If you receive lessthat a 100 percent refund and you purchased MIP, your MIP policy remainsin effect for the remainder of the term, and your refund is calculatedon the remainder of your reg fees (i.e., less the MIPpayment).You do not need to apply for readmission as the approved leave is forreadmission to a specific term. The <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office sends forms foryou to request registration information when your leave is due to expire.


Winter 1998 13Financial SupportFinancial Aid OfficeA129J Murphy Hall9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays(310) 206-0400http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/fa.htmAt the Financial Aid Office you can• Obtain counseling concerning Financial Aid Application and supportingdocuments• Report any changes in financial situation• Pick up petition and revision forms• Obtain information and applications for Federal Family EducationalLoan Program (FFELP)• Obtain information on Federal Pell and Cal Grants• Obtain information on undergraduate scholarships• Return Financial Aid Notification (FAN)• Pick up Financial Aid ApplicationsFinancial Aid Distribution through BAR<strong>UCLA</strong> uses a central Billing and Receivables (BAR) system to process<strong>UCLA</strong> bills and payments. Each student is assigned an individualstudent account and receives a statement of activity in the maileach month. Your statement lists charges you incur (i.e., registrationfees, health insurance, outstanding debts) and may include anticipatedfinancial aid activity and the amount of funds available for a refund.The Financial Aid System automatically credits your BAR accountwith your financial aid. BAR uses your financial aid as a credit to payyour registration fees and most other outstanding <strong>UCLA</strong> debts (e.g.,student health visits, recreational fees, etc.). BAR does not pay housingcharges. If you live on campus, you must make payment arrangementsdirectly with the housing office.Bank Loans and Electronic ProcessingFederal Family Educational Loan Program (FFELP) loans includeFederal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford loans and the ParentLoan to Undergraduate Student (PLUS) loans. Information regardingthese programs is outlined in the FFELP Guide, which explains howto apply for loans electronically. All loans processed electronically arecredited to your student account and any credit balance can be transferreddirectly to your personal checking or savings account usingBruin Direct (see below). Note: Plus Loans cannon be processedelectronically. Paper checks are mailed to parents for the Plus Loanamount.Bruin DirectBruin Direct is the newest electronic process for the effective deliveryof your financial aid funds. Bruin Direct offers you the option to haveyour refund check electronically transferred directly to your personalchecking or savings account rather than waiting for refund checks tobe generated and mailed to you.With Bruin Direct, the Financial Aid office uses your financial aidfunds to pay your registration fees and any outstanding debts. Anyremaining funds are then forwarded to your personal checking orsavings account for your access.Bruin Direct enrollment information is available in the Student AccountingOffice, B303 Murphy Hall. Note: Bruin DIrect is not availableif you selected a nonelectronic lender or if you have a PLUSloan.Financial Aid Online ServicesAnswers to many financial aid questions can be found through theStudent Affairs homepage and through an option on URSA Telephone(see “URSA”).The Financial Aid website contains valuable information on all aspectsof financial aid. Topics available include a financial aid calendarwith deadline dates, general information about applying for, evaluating,and awarding of financial aid, university and private scholarships,federal and state grants, various loan programs, disbursement ofchecks, and budget adjustments and reevaluations. The website islocated at http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/fa.htm (for more details on webaccess, see “<strong>UCLA</strong> Online”).Scholarships for UndergraduateStudentsThe purpose of the Undergraduate Scholarship Program at <strong>UCLA</strong> isto reward academic excellence and promise and to provide assistanceto students in need. A scholarship is expected to create opportunitiesfor further academic growth and development.Each scholarship is awarded for one academic year. A renewel ofscholarship application must be submitted yearly. Students must alsoapply for financial aid by submitting a Free Application for FederalStudent Aid (FAFSA). Students who have been semifinalists in theRegents Scholarship competition are given preference for theseawards.Information about university and outside agency scholarship programsare available to you on the Scholarships website (http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/fa/scholar/index.htm). Additional scholarshipinformation is available online through fastWEB (financial aid searchthrough the web), an interactive scholarship search database at http://www.studentservices.com/fastweb/Scholarship Resource CenterThe Scholarship Resource Center (SRC) is new on campus and supportsundergraduate students in their search for scholarship information.The SRC, located at 233 Sunset Village Commons, is open to all<strong>UCLA</strong> undergraduates, regardless of financial aid eligibility. The centerprovides referrals and serves as an information base for scholarships,fellowships, and endowments. The SRC works in conjunctionwith the Division of Honors and Undergraduate Programs, the FinancialAid Office, and the <strong>UCLA</strong> community.Special features of the SRC include counseling for students in theapplication process, a small library of current scholarship books, aproofreading service for scholarship applications, computer accessto various scholarship listings, and workshops and general informationsessions. For more information, call (310) 206-2875.Maintaining Satisfactory ProgressFederal regulations require <strong>UCLA</strong> to establish, publish, and applystandards of Satisfactory Academic Progress for financial aid eligibility.Students who fail to meet the standards become ineligible to receivefinancial aid until they are in compliance with these requirements.See Satisfactory Academic Progress Guide, available at theFinancial Aid Office, for a detailed explanation.


14 / Financial Support Winter 1998If your unit load drops below 12 units in any term, your Federal PellGrant and Cal Grant B subsistence checks are reduced or cancelledaccording to the following formula:9-11 units Three fourths of your original award6-8 units One half of your original awardLess than 6 unitsOne fourth of your Pell GrantCal B cancellationIf you have been awarded a Federal Pell Grant as a full-time studentand you fall below full-time status, you are billed for the difference betweenyour original award and the actual amount to which your unitsentitle you. If you are dismissed or drop below half-time status (sixunits for undergraduates and four units for graduate students), yourfinancial aid is cancelled, and you are billed for all awards (includingloans) received.Withdrawal and PaybackStudents who decide not to enroll for one or more terms must notifythe Financial Aid Office, A129J Murphy Hall. If you leave school withoutadvising that office, your aid for the entire year is cancelled.When you officially withdraw, your scholarship, grant, and loan fundrefund/repayment policy prorates based on your last day of class attendance.You are billed for any funds owed to the University and federalstudent aid programs, and your aid is terminated for theremaining part of the school year. If the loan period reflecting youractual attendance is changed, you must reapply for FFELP loans.The schedule of refunds for new students who receive federal financialaid and withdraw during their first academic term is basedon calendar days, beginning with the first day of instruction, as follows:Student Loan ServicesA227 Murphy Hall9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays(310) 825-9865http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/loans.htmServices offered by Student Loan Services include• Distribution of nonelectronic FFELP loans• Processing and distribution of Student Short-Term EducationalLoan Program (9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays)• Debt management sessions and loan exit interviewsLoan Fund DistributionStudents who pick up a nonelectronic loan check must present a validdriver’s license, California DMV I.D. card, or passport, and have nooutstanding financial holds on their records in order to receive thecheck. Current registration fees and all outstanding University debtsare deducted from your loan funds before the balance is distributedto you (see “Bruin DIrect” earlier in this section for a direct depositoption).Unit Requirement for LoansAccording to federal regulations, undergraduate students must beenrolled in at least six units and graduate students in at least fourunits continuously throughout the stated loan period to receive loanfunds. This information is verified before the loan is distributed to you.If you withdraw or carry insufficient units during the stated loanperiod, any remaining loan funds are returned to the lender, anyremaining portion of your loan is cancelled, and you may bebilled for funds you have already received. If this happens, youmust reapply for a new FFELP loan that reflects your new loan period.For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office, A129JMurphy Hall.DaysQuarterRefundSemesterRefund0 100% 100%1 to 7 90% 100%8 to 14 80% 90%15 to 21 70% 80%22 to 28 60% 80%29 to 35 50% 70%36 to 42 40% 60%43 to 49 0% 60%50 to 56 0% 50%57 to 63 0% 40%64 or more 0% 0%For detailed withdrawal information, refer to A Guide to Refund-Repaymentavailable from the Financial Aid Office.Federal Family Educational LoanProgram (FFELP)FFELP loans come from banks and are issued each term based on astudent’s application date. Electronic fund transfer (EFT) FFELPloans are distributed via the BAR system. Non-EFT FFELP loanchecks are available at the beginning of each term at Student LoanServices, A227 Murphy Hall. Listings of available non-EFT checksare posted daily in the glass case at A227 Murphy Hall. Non-EFTFFELP loan checks are held for pick up for 30 days, then returned tothe lender.Notify Student Loan Services and your FFELP lender in writing within10 days if you• Drop below half-time status, withdraw from <strong>UCLA</strong>, or transfer toanother school• Change your address or telephone number, graduation date,name, and/or Social Security number (also notify <strong>Registrar</strong>’sOffice, either via URSA OnLine at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/ or inperson at 1113 Murphy Hall)Debt Management Session for First-Time <strong>UCLA</strong> BorrowersAccording to federal regulations, first-time loan recipients must attenda debt management session prior to receiving loan funds. If youare a first-time borrower at <strong>UCLA</strong>, you must attend a debt managementsession before your loan funds are distributed to you or creditedto your BAR account. Call (310) 825-9864 for the schedule and locationof the debt management sessions.


Winter 1998 Financial Support / 15Leaving <strong>UCLA</strong>? Schedule an ExitInterviewIf you have ever received a loan from the Financial Aid Office and areabout to graduate, transfer, withdraw, or take a leave of absence from<strong>UCLA</strong>, you are required to complete an exit interview with the StudentLoan Services, A227 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-9865.During this interview you have an opportunity to discuss the conditionsof your loan obligations and learn your rights and responsibilitiesas a borrower. Failure to complete an exit interview results in a“hold” being placed on all University services, including official transcripts.Student Short-Term Educational LoansInterest-free short-term loans are available in Student Loan Servicesto all registered students with sound credit histories with the office.Three types are currently available:Emergency. To meet very short-term emergencies; loan amountdoes not exceed $100.Living Expenses. To meet specific and nonrecurring financial obligations.Employment verification is required.Financial Aid Advance. To fill the gap between the Financial Aid Officeaward of loans and/or grants and the actual receipt of them. Loanand grant checks are collateral for this type of loan, and the studentborrower authorizes Student Loan Services to endorse financial aidchecks to pay for the loan.To apply, you must be currently registered (or using the loan to register)and present a driver’s license, California DMV I.D. card, or passport.The loan must be repaid on time or a $10 late fee is assessed,the defaulted loan may be subject to further collection actions, andyour future loan eligibility may be jeopardized. Past-due short-termloans must be paid with cash, money order, or cashier’s check in orderfor you to receive University services.Graduate Student SupportOffice1228 Murphy Hall(310) 825-1025http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/Merit-Based AwardsMerit-based awards funded by the Graduate Division take the form ofstipend, fee, and/or nonresident tuition awards. Prior to receivingthese awards, you must return a signed contract and necessary supportingdocumentation to Graduate Student Support, 1228 MurphyHall.Fee RemissionsAs a result of employment in an eligible academic apprentice personneltitle, graduate students may receive certain fee remissions. Eligibilityis determined by the following criteria:1. Appointment(s) must be at least 25 percent time, not to exceed50 percent time, and only under eligible title codes (see your departmentfor specific details).2. Work at least 25 percent time during the term.3. Register and enroll in a minimum of eight units no later than thethird week of instruction; Graduate Student Researchers(GSRs) enrolled in 12 units may qualify for a second fee remission.4. Previous quarter’s GPA must be 3.0 or better.All eligible academic apprentice personnel receive partial fee remissionsfrom the Office of the President; eligible GSRs receive an additionalfee remission from the campus.Fee DeferralsAcademic apprentice personnel can obtain a Fee Deferral from thedepartment for part or all of the University fees. It is your responsibilityto pay back the deferral, with a fee award credited to your BAR accountor with personal funds, by the payback deadline; failure to meetthis deadline results in your being liable for a late fee.Mandatory Insurance ProgramPremiumsThe mandatory insurance premium is paid for all eligible academicapprentice personnel. Do not waive out of health insurance if youwant the premium paid as part of your employment, as a waive outcannot be reversed during the term. Conversely, do not use a FeeDeferral that includes the amount of health insurance if you want towaive out of health insurance. A Fee Deferral supersedes the waiveout option, and you are then be liable for the health insurance premium.Extramural SupportThe Graduate and Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES) databasecontains information on over 300 awards for graduate study, dissertationresearch, travel grants, and postdoctoral research. GRAPESis available online at http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/grpinst.html (see “UC-LA Online” for details on accessing the web) or contact the SpecialFellowships Office, 1252 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-3521.


16 / Financial Support Winter 1998Sponsored Student InformationWhere to Obtain Information on Fee Deferrals or Fee WaiversType of Aid Authorized Issuing Offices LocationAir Force, Army, and Navy (except Army and Navy ROTC) Student Accounting Office B303 Murphy HallArmy ROTC Military Science 132 Men’s GymAthletic Grant-in-Aid Athletic Department Morgan CenterCalifornia Grant A and Grant B Financial Aid Office A Level Murphy HallCalifornia Scholarship Commission—Graduate Graduate Student Support 1228 Murphy HallChancellor’s or Regents Fellowship—Nonresident Graduate Student Support 1228 Murphy HallChild of Deceased Fireman or Lawman <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallContractual Credential Candidate—Nonresident <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallDepartmental Sponsorship (includes any traineeship paidthrough the department)Respective DepartmentsVariousEducation Abroad Student (from <strong>UCLA</strong> to Abroad Program) <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallEducation Abroad Student (from University Abroad) Education Abroad Office 28 Haines HallFaculty Dependent—Nonresident <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallGraduate Students Studying Out of State Graduate Student Support 1228 Murphy HallInternational Students on Nonimmigrant Visas with Letter fromSponsor (unless TA or departmental sponsorship)Student Accounting OfficeB303 Murphy HallMilitary Dependent—Nonresident <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallNavy ROTC—Five-Term Naval Science 123 Men’s GymNDEA and NSF Fellowship Holders Graduate Student Support 1228 Murphy HallNonacademic University Employee—Full Time (see StaffPersonnel Policy 260)Campus Human Resources200 <strong>UCLA</strong> Wilshire CenterOutside Agencies (private industries, clubs, and organizations) Student Accounting Office B303 Murphy HallResident Reclassifications <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallScholarships Financial Aid Office A Level Murphy HallState Rehabilitation Service Office for Students with Disabilities A255 Murphy HallTA, Associate or Acting Instructor—Nonresident (students mustpay if waiver is denied)TA, Associate or Acting Instructor, Research Assistant orPostgraduateRespective DepartmentsRespective DepartmentsVariousVariousUndergraduate Nonresident Tuition (less than 10 units) <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallUndergraduate Reduced Educational Fee (less than 10 units) <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy HallVeterans, Veteran’s Dependent <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office 1113 Murphy Hall


Winter 1998 17EnrollmentURSA Telephone EnrollmentBy using URSA Telephone (310-208-0425), you can enroll in classes,add, drop, or exchange classes/sections, sign on to a class wait list,add a class using a PTE Authorization Number, change the gradingbasis for a class (i.e., Passed/Not Passed), obtain a reading of yourStudy List, check your position, and get instructor names for allcourses. You enroll during your assigned appointment periods, whichyou also obtain from URSA Telephone or URSA OnLine.URSA Telephone operates Monday through Saturday from 5 a.m. tomidnight, including holidays. See “URSA” for detailed instructions onusing URSA Telephone.Current Enrollment InformationAccess the most current Schedule of Classes information and enrollment/wait-liststatistics from the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office website. Thesefiles are updated daily to reflect changes in class listings and enrollmentfigures.All students may review printouts (printed weekly during appointmentperiods and daily during the first two weeks of classes) of closed,cancelled, and wait-list sections, time/room changes, and addedclasses since publication of the Schedule of Classes at the formsarea counter next to 1104 Murphy Hall. Students can also check listingsposted at their department.Enrollment WorksheetRefer to the Enrollment Worksheet on the inside back cover of thisschedule. Read the directions carefully and fill out the worksheet beforecalling URSA Telephone.URSA Telephone EnrollmentAppointmentsBased on your class level, your undergraduate enrollment appointment,or pass, is assigned within the time and dates shown on theURSA Telephone enrollment appointment chart at the end of thissection. URSA OnLine also provides appointment days and times.If you are a current-term degree candidate , you must redeclarecandidacy for a later term to receive enrollment appointment times.Graduate Student Enrollment:One-Pass SystemLaw, Medicine, and Dentistry students enroll as instructed by theirrespective Student Affairs Office.All other graduate students eligible to enroll for the next term arerandomly assigned one appointment time or “pass.” You can callURSA Telephone from the beginning of your specified appointmentday and time through 7 p.m. on Friday of the second week ofclasses. Do NOT wait until the deadline day to enroll, as phone linesmay be busy. You should be enrolled in courses with unit creditby the deadline to avoid the $50 late filing of study list fee and toavoid having to obtain instructor signatures and college/school approvalon an Enrollment Petition.Undergraduate Student Enrollment:Two-Pass SystemThe two-pass system has been created to provide you and <strong>UCLA</strong>’s23,000 other undergraduates a more equal opportunity to obtain thecourses you need for your premajor and major, to meet general education(GE) requirements, or to graduate.Undergraduates, including those in priority groups, enroll on URSATelephone during the telephone enrollment appointments obtainedthrough URSA OnLine or URSA Telephone. Spaces used in eachsection are carefully monitored during each priority group pass. Agroup may not exceed 30 percent of the spaces in any section, andall groups may not exceed 50 percent of the spaces in any section.This is based on the recommendations of a joint student/faculty taskforce appointed in 1989 by the Committee on Educational Policy.Groups receiving priority enrollment include students in academicdifficulty, Regents and Alumni Scholars, recruited scholarship recipients,L&S Honors Programs participants, athletes in NCAA sports,and students served by the Office for Students with Disabilities.Call only as specified, or you infringe on the appointment time of otherstudents. If you request the Enrollment function before your appointmenttime, you are informed of your correct appointment dayand time and returned to the Student Records Menu.Each undergraduate eligible to enroll for the next term is given tworandomly assigned appointments based on the following hierarchy:1. Students in priority groups2. Seniors with 160 or more units3. New and reentering students eligible for advance payment and/or enrollment4. Seniors with less than 160 units5. Juniors with less than 135 units6. Sophomores with less than 90 units7. Freshmen with less than 45 unitsChanges in the appointment sequence are made only to correct anappointment based on an incorrect class level. To request an appointmentchange, go to 1113 Murphy Hall with a photo I.D. prior tothe assigned appointment.Priority PassIf you are in a priority group and do not enroll during your prioritypass appointment period, you must wait until your first pass appointmentto enroll. If you do not process your enrollment during your assignedfirst pass appointment period, you must wait until your secondpass appointment to enroll.First PassDuring your first pass, you may only enroll in 10 units. This givesyou and all other undergraduates a better chance to obtain at leasttwo courses you need toward graduation.Second PassDuring your second pass, you can add courses up to the maximumunits allowed by your college or school. You can call from the beginningof your specified appointment day and time through 7p.m. on Friday of the second week of classes. This is when waitlists are eliminated and your study list of enrolled courses becomesofficial. You should be enrolled in courses with unit creditby that date to avoid the $50 late filing of study list fee and to avoidhaving to obtain instructor signatures and college/school approval onan Enrollment Petition (for more details, see “Study List” below).After Second Pass Appointments BeginAfter second pass appointments begin, undergraduates may1. Use PTE Authorization # (see “Enrollment in Restricted Classes”below) to enroll through URSA Telephone or submit approvedPTE forms for restricted or closed classes.2. Submit approved petitions for special studies 199 courses.


18 / Enrollment Winter 19983. Request enrollment in Passed/Not Passed (P/NP) courses overyour eligible limit of units; you are informed by URSA Telephoneif this applies to you.4. Submit approval for an excess unit Study List (more than 18units for Letters and Science/Engineering; more than 17 for Artsand Architecture/Theater, Film, and Television).In-Person EnrollmentAny enrollment transactions you cannot complete by URSA Telephonemay be processed at 1113 Murphy Hall.1. At any timea. Graduate students may submit approved Permission to Enrollforms for restricted or closed classes.b. Undergraduates may submit approved major change formswhich may affect enrollment in courses restricted to particularmajors.b. School of Arts and Architect Students may have their enrollmentprocessed at 1100 Dickson Hall.2. After second pass appointments begin, undergraduates maya. Use PTE Authorization # (see “Enrollment in RestrictedClasses” below) to enroll through URSA Telephone or submitapproved PTE forms for restricted or closed classes.b. Submit approved petitions for special studies 199 courses.c. Request enrollment in Passed/Not Passed (P/NP) coursesover your eligible limit of units; you are informed by URSATelephone if this applies to you.d. Submit approval for an excess unit Study List (more than 18units for Letters and Science/Engineering; more than 17 forArts and Architecture/Theater, Film, and Television).Wait ListsWait lists are maintained by the computer through Friday of the secondweek of classes unless a department deletes them earlier. Thismay happen on the first day of classes for some sections, especiallylaboratories. Check the notes under the course listing in the Scheduleof Classes. Do not assume that you will be added to a class(e.g., number six on the wait list) or that you will be dropped from aclass (e.g., number 100 on the wait list). You must drop yourself ifyou do not want the class before the official study list deadline.If you have a wait-list position within 10 percent of the enrollment capacity(e.g., when you are number five for a class of 50), you have agood chance of being enrolled. Many students wait until after the firstmeeting to drop a class, so wait-list positions usually change on thefirst and second days of classes. Generally, you move forward on await list as students who are enrolled in the class or on the wait listahead of you drop the course. Sometimes departments increase theenrollment capacity of the class which automatically enrolls additionalstudents from the wait list. Check your wait list status on URSA beforeFriday of the second week of classes.It is possible to move backward on wait lists. This happens when aclass becomes overenrolled through the use of PTE Authorizationnumbers (PTE #s) or Permission to Enroll (PTE) forms. For example,if you are number one on the wait list for a course that has an enrollmentcapacity of 100 and is not overenrolled, your position is 101/100. Now assume four students with PTE #s enroll in the course.Your position is now 105/100. In reality, your wait-list position has notchanged; you are still number one on the wait list, but four peoplehave been added to the enrolled list. You cannot be enrolled until fivepeople drop the course and the enrolled number is less than the enrollmentcapacity.Enrollment in 199 CoursesYou cannot enroll in 199 courses though URSA Telephone. To enroll,use the following procedure:1. Department provides you with Petition for Enrollment in SpecialStudies 199 Course.2. You complete Section I of the petition and obtain the signature ofthe instructor and the instructor’s department chair.3. The department retains the green copy of the petition; you receivethe remainder of the petition (white and yellow copies).4. You present the approved petition for enrollment processing at1113 Murphy Hall during published dates.5. After processing the petition, Enrollment and Degree Servicesretains the original (white) portion and gives the yellow portionto you.6. All petitions filed with Enrollment and Degree Services are returnedto designated departmental personnel during the seventhweek of the term, or as received if course is added after publisheddeadlines.7. When you complete the course, the instructor completes SectionII, “Grade Report Form,” in addition to recording the finalgrade on the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s “Course Report.”8. The department office retains all completed 199 petitions “for anappropriate period of time.”Enrollment in RestrictedClassesYou have the option of enrolling in a class (department consent,closed, consent of instructor, etc.) by using either the nine-digitcourse I.D. number and a five-digit PTE Authorization Number (PTE#) through URSA or an approved Permission to Enroll (PTE) form. APTE # or approved form is issued at the discretion of the instructor ordepartment offering the class and authorizes assured enrollmentwhen processed through URSA Telephone or in person. Inquire atthe respective departmental office regarding any internal departmentprocedures for receiving a PTE # or approved form.PTE #s or approved PTE forms may be issued in the following instances:1. The department/instructor offering the class may authorize selectiveenrollment if the enrollment capacity is filled. This is atthe instructor’s discretion and may only be approved based oncriteria established by the instructor and/or department.2. As an exception to published restrictions (consent of instructor,department consent, specified majors, class levels — freshmenonly, juniors or above) in the Schedule of Classes.3. Closed classes (enrollment capacity reached). When the enrollmentcapacity is reached, you may choose to be on a waitinglist. The computer moves you into the class as enrolled peopledrop out or if the department increases the enrollment capacity.If the instructor/department gives you a PTE #, call URSA Telephoneto enroll in the class. The nine-digit course I.D. number is needed forthis transaction.If you receive an approved PTE form:1. LIST ONE CLASS PER FORM and include term, your nameand student I.D. number, nine-digit course I.D. number, departmentand catalog number, section number, units (if variable),and grading basis. Authorized approval signature is monitoredby the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s staff before processing. Approval is nontransferable,and alteration of a form, misrepresentation, or forgery iscause for disciplinary action by the Dean of Students.2. SUBMIT the white portion of the form for processing at 1113Murphy Hall; the department/instructor issuing the approvedform keeps the yellow copy.


Winter 1998 Enrollment / 193. RECEIVE the white portion of the processed form as your receipt,along with a printout of your Study List.Enforced RequisitesUndergraduate students are prevented from enrolling in lower divisionL&S courses with enforced requisites (as listed in the <strong>UCLA</strong>General Catalog) if those requisites have not been met. Some courseswith requisites may be in warning status, which allows enrollmentbut informs you that the course requisite has not been met. In theClass Listings section of the Schedule of Classes print edition, courseswith enforced requisites are notated with a Y in the ENF REQ column,located after the course title. They are also noted on the onlineSchedule. Consult the <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog for specific requisitesof individual courses.If you have transfer or AP credit which was not evaluated as equivalentto a specific requisite, consult the department offering the coursefor review of the transfer or AP credit as shown on your DegreeProgress Report. Decisions by the department concerning meetingrequired requisites are final.Impacted Courses: L&SStudentsThe College of Letters and Science designates certain lower divisioncourses as “impacted,” which refers to a few L&S courses that1. Meet once a week and are difficult to complete if a student hasnot attended by the end of the second week of classes2. Have high enrollment demand that deny qualified students enrollmentbecause of limited resources3. Have high instructor/student ratios, and/or4. Involve large commitments of other resources.Each impacted course is clearly indicated in the class listings in themidsection of this booklet by a Y in the IM (Impacted) column and anaccompanying note.You cannot drop an impacted course after the second week of a termfor other than exceptionally extenuating circumstances which mustbe approved by the L&S Executive Committee on referral by collegecounseling units. Exceptionally extenuating circumstances do not includecircumstances of short duration where other alternatives exist,including but not limited to a late drop of other (nonimpacted) coursesor taking an Incomplete in the impacted course (see “Drop Procedures”below).Official Study ListsA Study List is a record of all courses you are enrolled in for the term.A registered student’s Study List of enrolled courses becomes officialat 7 p.m. on Friday of the second week of classes. Each student is responsiblefor all courses and grading basis as listed on URSA Telephoneand/or URSA OnLine and cannot receive credit for coursesnot listed. Errors or omissions should be corrected before your academicdean’s deadline for changes by petition.Changes to Official Study ListUndergraduate StudentsMost undergraduates can add courses with a PTE # and drop courseswith a fee on URSA Telephone through the end of the fourth weekof classes (refer to Study List Changes chart later in this section). Youcan also make grading basis changes on URSA Telephone throughthe end of the sixth week of classes. Your BAR account is chargedthe appropriate fee per transaction. For all other changes, an EnrollmentPetition (available for purchase in the school supplies section atany <strong>UCLA</strong> Store) is necessary and must be filed within the publisheddeadlines (see “Calendar”) for a requested action (e.g., late registration,late study list, late add/drop/change grading basis, change unitsof variable-unit course).Student athletes must check with their L&S counselor before attemptingany add or drop after fourth week.Graduate StudentsGraduate students can add, drop, or change grading basis or variable-unitcourses with a fee on URSA Telephone through the end ofthe last day of instruction. If a course you are adding is closed or restricted,you must input a valid PTE Authorization number. Your BARaccount will be charged the appropriate fee per transaction.Enrollment PetitionsRequired approvals, which vary by college/school/division, are outlinedon the Enrollment Petition form. No petition is accepted for processingenrollment without all required approval signatures. Suchapprovals must be CURRENT (i.e., an approval dated prior to a publisheddeadline is not acceptable two weeks after the deadline). EnrollmentPetitions may be purchased at <strong>UCLA</strong> Stores. See thepetition for processing locations.Changes requested after published deadlines (see “Calendar”) areconsidered only under extraordinary circumstances by each college/school, and supportive information may be required prior to approval.Drop ProceduresDropping a course may reduce your study list below minimums requiredfor full-time status, financial aid, the minimum progress requirement,and eligibility for residence halls and other services thatrequire a specific enrollment status. The drop forms remind youabout these requirements and consequences that may be triggered ifthe particular petition is processed. However, it is your responsibilityto satisfy these other requirements.Dropping an Impacted Course:L&S Students OnlyImpacted courses may be dropped after the second-week deadlineonly under extraordinary circumstances. Each impacted course is indicatedby a “Y” under the IM (Impacted) column in the class listingsin the midsection of this Schedule. The majority of courses, however,are “nonimpacted.”You have only two weeks to drop an impacted course without a notationon your transcript. After the end of second week, should youneed to request a drop of an impacted course, consult your instructorfirst. The instructor of an impacted course is committed toassisting you and may advise another academic option other thandropping the impacted course (e.g., taking an Incomplete if appropriateor dropping another course which is not impacted).If dropping is advised due to exceptional or extreme circumstances(e.g., a severe illness of long duration), pick up a Dropping an ImpactedCourse form from your College Counseling unit (honors studentsat Honors Programs, A311 Murphy Hall; AAP students at AAPCounseling, 1209 Campbell Hall; athletes at the Morgan Center; allother L&S students at L&S Counseling, A316 Murphy Hall). You mustexplain your situation fully on the form, following its instructions carefully,and obtain a signature from the instructor. Impacted coursedrop requests are considered by a faculty subcommittee of the L&SExecutive Committee. If approved, the dropped course appears onyour transcript with a notation indicating the date and week of theterm in which the drop was filed with the college.


20 / Enrollment Winter 1998Dropping Nonimpacted CoursesNonimpacted courses constitute the vast majority of courses andmay be dropped on or before Friday of second week through URSATelephone with no fee or transcript notation. These courses may bedropped during third and fourth week on URSA Telephone with notranscript notation and a $3 per course fee. Drops after Friday offourth week may be effected by obtaining a Late Drop of Non-ImpactedCourse form from your L&S College Counseling unit. The courseinstructor (or designee) must sign and verify that you have not takenthe final exam (or completed the course in any way). Students in otherschools should consult their school office for proper procedures.Transcript Notation for Late DropsProcessed drops of nonimpacted courses after Friday of fourth weekis recorded on your permanent undergraduate transcript. The entryrecords the week the course was dropped.FirstAppointmentLate Study ListsAny registered student who is not officially enrolled in courses forcredit as of Friday of the second week of instruction must file a LateStudy List. Use an Enrollment Petition for this process.There is a $50 late fee for filing a Study List after Friday of the secondweek of instruction. This is charged in addition to the late paymentfee (see “Late Payment in Person” in the “Billing” section).1. Obtain the appropriate form (undergraduate students from academicdean; graduate students from department adviser) andcomplete as instructed.2. File approved form at the processing locations noted on the EnrollmentPetition form. You are given a receipt of the approved/processed Study List and are responsible for all courses andgrading basis as recorded. Your BAR account is charged the $50late fee.Winter 1998 URSA Enrollment AppointmentsEnrollment appointments are assigned by class level. Call URSA Telephone at (310) 208-0425 or check URSA OnLine at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/beginning November 5, 1997, to find out your exact enrollment appointment times. If you are a current-term degree candiate, youmust redeclare candidacy for a later term to receive enrollment appointment times.LastAppointmentTimeTimePriority PassAll priority students November 17 6:00 a.m. November 18 11:00 p.m.Priority Pass Ends: November 19, 1997, 11:00 p.m.First PassGraduating seniorsNovember 20 6:00 a.m. November 20 8:30 p.m.(160+ units)New Students November 20 9:00 p.m. November 20 10:30 p.m.Reentering students November 20 11:00 p.m. November 20 11:00 p.m.SeniorsNovember 21 6:00 a.m. November 24 8:00 a.m.(135-159.9 units)JuniorsNovember 24 8:30 a.m. November 26 1:00 p.m.(90-134.9 units)SophomoresNovember 26 1:30 p.m. November 28 1:00 p.m.(45-89.9 units)Continuing freshmen November 28 1:30 p.m. November 29 11:00 p.m.First Pass Ends: December 1, 1997, 11:00 p.m.Second PassGraduating seniors December 2 6:00 a.m. December 3 8:00 a.m.New Students December 3 8:30 a.m. December 3 1:00 p.m.Reentering students December 3 1:30 p.m. December 3 3:30 p.m.Seniors December 3 4:00 p.m. December 5 6:00 p.m.Juniors December 5 6:30 p.m. December 17 8:00 a.m.Sophomores December 17 8:30 a.m. December 19 10:30 p.m.Continuing freshmen December 19 11:00 a.m December 20 11:00 p.m.Second Pass Ends: January 23, 1998, 7:00 p.m.Graduate PassJoint students November 20 8:00 a.m. November 20 8:00 a.m.Other graduate students November 20 6:30 a.m. November 26 11:00 p.m.Graduate Pass Ends: January 23, 1998, 7:00 p.m.


Winter 1998 Enrollment / 21Study List Changes via URSA Telephone(310) 208-0425DO NOT purchase a blue enrollment petition when URSA Telephone enrollment processing is available.Use the following guidelines for Study List changes.UndergraduateStudentsGraduateStudentsAddDropChangeGradingBasisChangeVariableUnitsNoFee Weeks 1-2 Weeks 1-2 Weeks 1-2 Weeks 1-2FeeWeeks 3-4(with PTE#) aWeeks 3-4 bWeeks 3-6 Weeks 3-4NoFee Weeks 1-2 Weeks 1-2 Weeks 1-2 Weeks 1-2FeeWeeks 3-10 cWeeks 3-10 Weeks 3-10 Weeks 3-10a. The official add deadline for undergraduates in the School of Arts and Architecture is Friday of third week.b. L&S students may not drop impacted courses through URSA after Friday of second week. Students in the Schools of Arts and Architecture,Theater, Film, and Television, Engineering and Applied Sciences, and Nursing need approval from their school for any dropafter the fourth week.c. Official graduate add deadline is Friday of third week. Enrollments after this date are assessed at a higher fee and are not countedtoward departmental budget allocations.FeesFees for URSA adds/drops/changes are automatically charged to a student’s BAR account on a per transaction basis.Blue Enrollment PetitionsUndergraduates: Required for (1) adds with instructor’s signature, (2) late study lists, (3) late adds/drops/credit changes,(4) late drop of impacted courses, and (5) retroactive changes. Items 3-5 may require a separate petition process with theschool/college. A blue enrollment petition is only given to the student if the request is granted. Blue enrollment petitions arealso required for Nursing students seeking to add, drop, or change variable units after Friday of second week.Graduate Students: Required for late registration ($100 fee) and late study lists ($50 fee). Departmental signatures arerequired for late registration but not for late study lists. Retroactive petitions require signatures of the department andinstructor(s) as well as a supportive memorandum from the department. These are submitted to Graduate Division, 1255Murphy Hall, for consideration.Late Drop Transcript NotationStudents who drop a class after the fourth-week deadline receive a late drop notation on their transcript, with the followingformat:COGNITIVE PSYCH PSYCH 120 4.0 B+SHAKESPEARE ENGL 90 4.0COURSE DROPPED WEEK 8


22 Winter 1998URSAUniversity Records SystemAccessThe University Records System Access (URSA) enables all <strong>UCLA</strong>students to acquire information from their University academicrecords stored on the student systems computer databases. URSA isaccessed two ways:1. By telephone, through URSA Telephone, (310) 208-0425, activeMonday through Saturday, 5 a.m. to midnight2. By computer, via URSA OnLine, http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/, activeMonday through Saturday, 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.See the URSA Telephone chart later in this section for a quick overviewof its features; more detailed explanation follows below. URSAOnLine was released in August 1996 and presently offers many ofthe same features of URSA Telephone except, most notably, enrollmentprocessing and access to grades, which are planned for futurerelease. URSA OnLine does allow current and former (within the past10 years) <strong>UCLA</strong> students to view and print undergraduate DegreeProgress Reports (DPRs), a feature which is not available throughURSA Telephone. All URSA OnLine features and sample menuscreens are detailed following the URSA Telephone section.SecurityURSA Telephone and URSA OnLine are interactive systems with securityfeatures to insure that only you have access to your information.Access is based on your nine-digit <strong>UCLA</strong> student I.D. numberand a four-digit security code (provided initially on admission).The first time you access URSA Telephone or OnLine, you are askedto change your assigned security code (personal identification numberor PIN) to a four-digit number of your own choosing. At any time,you may change this to a different pin through URSA Online. It is extremelyimportant that your security code remains confidential. DONOT GIVE YOUR SECURITY CODE TO ANYONE. If you tamperwith another student’s enrollment or personal data, you are subjectto disciplinary action, up to and including suspension ofyour student status. If you believe the privacy of your security codehas been compromised, or if you misplace your code, go to 1113Murphy Hall for assistance. Have your BruinCard with you. Your securitycode is not given over the telephone unless an authorization torelease your security code is on file with the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office.URSA Telephone(310) 208-0425URSA Telephone allows you, via a touch-tone telephone, access tostudent records and financial aid information and enables you tochange the security code used to access URSA. Through the StudentRecords options, you can process your class enrollment, obtaincourse confirmation (i.e., a reading of your Study List, includingday/time, location, exam code, instructor name), your exact URSATelephone enrollment appointment time, <strong>UCLA</strong> grades for any completedterm, GPA, completed units, and outstanding holds (i.e., restrictionsfrom receiving services), confirm registration fee payment,and update or review selected student information (e.g., degree expectedterm, telephone number, residence hall address, privacy release,ethnic-based mailing option, and ethnic background). URSATelephone is operational Monday through Saturday from 5 a.m. tomidnight, including holidays. If you call and get the message, “URSAis not operational at this time; call back later,” it means that the file is“down.” The “down” period should be only a few minutes and no morethan one hour.Access for enrollment processing is controlled by an appointmentstructure (see “Enrollment”). You can determine your appointmenttimes through URSA Telephone or URSA OnLine. If you request theEnrollment function before your appointment time, you are informedof your correct appointment day and time and then returned to theStudent Records Menu. Because you share your appointment beginningtime with at least one other student, it is possible for the line tobe busy when you call. If so, hang up and call back in a few minutes.You may call as often as you wish once your appointment period beginsfor each pass.You may access the system for grades, GPA, units, and holds informationfor up to 10 years after your graduation or your last term of attendance.If you have outstanding holds, you are informed at thebeginning of your call.When the system requests that you enter information, you are givenapproximately 10 seconds to make an entry and three attempts tomake a correct entry, after which you are disconnected. Once youare familiar with the system, you can enter information before it finishesthe instructions. However, it is recommended that you NOT dothis until you are thoroughly familiar with the URSA Telephone systemand all the messages.A time limit is announced at the beginning of each call. If you exceedthe limit, you are disconnected. If you are in the middle of processinga transaction when your time is up, the system allows you to completeit before disconnecting you.URSA Telephone Main MenuAfter you pass the system security check (see Security above),URSA Telephone informs you that you are in a part of the programcalled the URSA Main Menu, which allows you to select the followingoptions:1# Student Records Menu. Includes class enrollment processing,enrollment appointment times, grades, holds, fees, and updatingand review of selected student data (including privacy releaseinformation).2# Financial Aid Information. Up-to-date information regarding thestatus of your financial aid application, the tracking of documentsthat you submitted, the progress of your financial aid award, andthe amounts of your disbursements7# Change Security Code. Enables change of assigned securitycodeSee the “URSA Telephone Command Guide” later in this section for aquick reference to the commands detailed below.1# Student Records MenuThe Student Records Menu offers the following options:1# Class EnrollmentClass Enrollment Processing and Information includes adding, dropping,or exchanging classes/sections, putting yourself on the wait listfor a class, requesting or changing the optional grading basis for acourse, having courses on your Study List read to you (including day/time, location, exam code), checking your wait-list position, and havinginstructor names spelled. From the Class Enrollment Menu youcan select the type of transaction you want to process. You may stopany transaction (add, drop, or exchange) when the system promptsyou for the course I.D. number by entering nine zeros and the # button(i.e., 000000000#).Before calling URSA Telephone, prepare for enrolling by first fillingout the Enrollment Worksheet on the inside back cover of this schedule.You will not have time to find or recheck I.D. numbers while onthe phone, as you only have 10 seconds before the system promptsyou for input.


Winter 1998 URSA / 231# Add a Section/Class. By pressing 1 and the # button, you canadd a class, including a class with variable units, to your StudyList. For compound classes, you must begin the enrollmentprocess with the secondary (i.e., laboratory or discussion)section of the class — called the ENROLLMENT section(see “Course Listing Format” in the “Class Listings” section).This increases the importance of secondary sections; cancellationof a section means you lose the entire class. Be sure to recheckyour courses a few days before classes begin by usingfunction 6# for a reading of your Study List and course informationor checking URSA OnLine (http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/) assections may be cancelled by departments.If you attempt to ADD a course that is full and has a wait list, youare informed of the status of the class (i.e., the enrollment capacityis full and there is a wait list of XX students). You will begiven options to place yourself on the wait list or to check othersections. Listen carefully to the instructions.2# Drop a Class. Use this function (2#) only if you are certain youwant to drop a class. Use function 3# to switch sections in whichyou are already enrolled/wait listed.When you request the drop function, URSA Telephone warnsyou about the consequences and allows you to either stop theDROP action or continue. Enter the nine-digit I.D. number of theenrollment section to drop the course.3# Exchange Classes/Sections. Use this function (3#) if you wishto conditionally drop a class or switch sections within a class.For example, if you are enrolled in Course A but want to be inCourse B, this function allows you to check if Course B is openwhile still holding your space in Course A. If Course B is open,you are dropped from A and enrolled in B. If Course B is notopen, you remain enrolled in A.There are only two types of exchanges permitted:1. You may exchange a lecture section for another lecturesection2. You may exchange a quiz/discussion/laboratory sectiononly for another that is listed for the same lecture sectionon your Study ListURSA Telephone prompts you as to what exchanges are allowed,so listen carefully.If the system notifies you that the course I.D. numbers you haveentered cannot be processed and why, you are given an optionto repeat your request for another section or to stop the transaction.Check the course listing in the Schedule of Classes andmake sure you have entered the appropriate nine-digit I.D. numbers.If the exchange is successful, the original class or section isdropped and the new one takes its place. If the new class iscompound, URSA Telephone either prompts you for appropriateI.D. numbers or automatically enrolls you in required sections.If the transaction is not successful, you are not droppedfrom the previous class or section, and your Study List remainsthe same as it was before the attempted switch. Listen carefullyto the instructions.4# Change Optional Grading Basis. Use this function (4#) and inputthe nine-digit course I.D. number for the enrollment sectionto switch from a letter grade basis to one of the following optionalgrading bases:P/NP (Passed/Not Passed) if you are an undergraduate studentenrolled in at least 12 unitsS/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory) if you are a graduate studentWhen you change the grading basis, it is automatically changedfor all parts of the class. Note that there are some classes forwhich the grading basis cannot be changed because the classcan only be taken for mandatory P/NP, mandatory letter grade,etc.NOTE: Undergraduates may change grading basis on URSATelephone through Friday of the sixth week of classes and graduatestudents may change grading basis through the last day ofinstruction. No enrollment petition is needed unless college/school approval is required. Your Billing and Receivables (BAR)account is charged the appropriate fee per transaction.5# Change Variable-Unit Course Limit. Use this function (5#) andinput the nine-digit course I.D. number for the enrollment sectionto change the number of units for a variable-unit class inwhich you are already enrolled.6# Study List and Course Information Submenu.This function (6#) reads your current Study List and the class informationmenu. Options include1# Short ReadingDepartment/Subject Area NameCatalog Course NumberClass TypeSection NumberStatus — Enroll, Wait ListTotal Units — Enrolled, Wait Listed2# Detailed VersionSRS Nine-digit Course NumberDepartment/Subject Area NameCatalog Course NumberClass TypeSection NumberWorkload UnitsGrading BasisWait-list Position (if on Wait List) Status — Enroll, Wait List,Permission ListTotal Units — Enrolled, Wait Listed3# Your Wait-list Position in a Section. To inquire, input the nine-digitcourse I.D. number of the enrollment section; the system then informsyou of your position (identifying the section number) and tellsyou the enrollment capacity of the section (see “Wait Lists” in “Enrollment”).4# Spell Instructor Names. To inquire, input the nine-digit course I.D.number of the enrollment section for any class on your Study List;the system then spells the last name of the instructor or states that theinstructor is a teaching assistant or “The Staff.”5# Meeting Time and Place of a Class. To inquire, input the nine-digitcourse I.D. number of the enrollment section and receive the followinginformation:Subject AreaCatalog Course NumberClass TypeSection NumberDays/Start TimeBuilding/RoomExamination Code7# Use PTE Authorization Number. Use this function to enroll in aclass using the nine-digit course I.D. number and a five-digitPTE Authorization Number (PTE #) given to you by the instructor/departmentof a class that has restricted or closed enrollment.You may ADD a class with a PTE #, MOVE from wait-list toenrolled status, or EXCHANGE a class or secondary section.NOTE: If you are given a PTE #, you can do all processingthrough URSA Telephone and do not need the paper PermissionTo Enroll form.* END CALL. It is important to press the star (*) button on the telephonekeypad before hanging up, as the telephone line is then immediatelyavailable to someone else. The system gives you a sign-offmessage and then disconnects you.2# Enrollment Appointment TimesYou can obtain a reading of your enrollment appointment times (firstpass/second pass/priority) for a specified term using this option (see“URSA Appointments” in the “Enrollment” section). You can also receiveyour exact enrollment appointment time via URSA OnLine.3# GradesYou can obtain readings of the following:1# Term grades and courses and confirmation of any grade changes(including the replacement of an Incomplete grade in theterm in which the work was completed)2# Term and cumulative grade-point average (GPA)3# Term unit total (i.e., term units attempted and passed on a gradedA+ to F basis, plus term Passed/Not Passed — P/NP — orSatisfactory/Unsatisfactory — S/U — units4# Cumulative unit total (i.e., total graded units plus total P/NP orS/U units and transfer units)


24 / URSA Winter 19985# Allows you to choose another term to access its grades, GPA,and term and cumulative unit totalsThe information on URSA Telephone is the same as that available tothe <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office staff. Grade changes and the replacement ofIncomplete grades are updated to the database daily. If grades arenot available on the telephone, they have not been received from theinstructor or are still being processed. All grades for a recent termshould be accessible no later than two weeks after the last day of finalexaminations.As needed, you may obtain a free printout of your grades for the mostrecent graded term at Academic Record Services, 1134 Murphy Hall,by presenting your valid BruinCard. Letters and Science undergraduatesadmitted since Fall Quarter 1988 may request a DegreeProgress printout at any time at A316 Murphy Hall. This report providesa detailed evaluation of transfer credit, courses and grades foreach completed term, degree requirements completed, and requirementsstill outstanding (you can view and print out your undergraduateDegree Progress Report via URSA OnLine.4# HoldsYou can obtain a reading of outstanding holds. Holds affect your eligibilityfor fee assessment, enrollment, grades, transcripts, diploma,and all campus services. To have a hold removed and reinstate restrictedservices, contact the issuer of the hold. Holds information isalso available via URSA OnLine.5# FeesYou can verify that your registration fees were received or declarenonattendance for a term.1# Use this function to verify that your registration fees were receivedand to confirm the date they were processed. Fee paymentinformation is also available via URSA OnLine.2# Use this function if you are not planning to attend <strong>UCLA</strong> for aterm (not including summer session) and your registrationfees have not been paid. If you use this function, see readmissioninformation under the “Academic Policy” section of thisschedule.6# Update or Review Selected Student DataYou can update or review your degree expected term (undergraduatesonly) or allow or discontinue ethnic based mailings, and specify(one time only) your ethnic background.1# Use this function to enter or change your Degree ExpectedTerm (the term in which you expect to graduate). You canchange this term freely until you have completed 160 units (172units for Engineering students). Once you have reached the unitlimit, your BAR account is charged a late fee of $13 each timeyou change your degree expected term.You can only enter the current term through Friday of secondweek. If you are a current-term candidate over the unit limit, youcan only change your degree expected term in person at 1113Murphy Hall.5# Use this function to be included or excluded in Ethnic BasedMailings which use your ethnicity as one of the selection criteria.Such mailings are generally approved for providing you withinformation regarding graduate school recruitment or other opportunities.6# Use this function to specify your Ethnic Background. This informationis used to monitor the University's compliance with federaland state civil rights laws. Once entered, this informationcannot be changed through URSA Telephone.2# Financial Aid InformationThe Financial Aid Information option assists students calling for statusinquiries. You can get up-to-date information regarding the statusof your financial aid application, the tracking of documents that yousubmitted, the progress of your financial aid award, and the amountsof your disbursements.7# Change Security CodeYou can use this option to change the four-digit security code whichallows you access to URSA Telephone or URSA OnLine. Whenchanging your security code, you should select one that you can easilyremember but is difficult for someone else to guess. You can alsochange your PIN via URSA OnLine.If you forget your security code, you can obtain this information inperson at 1113 Murphy Hall with proper identification. You cannot receivethis information over the telephone unless an authorization torelease your security code is on file in the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office. This authorizationmust contain your signature and a copy of some photoidentification. Authorizations may be faxed to (310) 206-4520.URSA OnLinehttp://www.ursa.ucla.edu/URSA OnLine allows students access to their student records Mondaythrough Saturday 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eventually all functions nowperformed on URSA Telephone will be available on URSA OnLine.If you are a current or former (within the last 10 years) <strong>UCLA</strong> student,URSA online provides access to the following information:Academic• Degree Progress Report (DPR) or Grade ReportBilling and Receivable (BAR)• Current month account information• Refund activity• Summer Sessions Account InformationFinancial and Fellowship Award Information• Financial aid summary• Award information• Document trackingPersonal Information• Address information• Privacy options• Security code changeRegistration and Enrollment• Holds• Registration Status• Study list• URSA Telephone appointmentsWhenever you use URSA OnLine and you have completed yourtransactions, be sure to logoff and exit your web browser entirelyto ensure the security of your records.On a phased basis, new features will be added enabling you to viewand print your DPR with modeling (i.e., prototyping a new major usingcourses completed), student background information, grades fora term, and real-time class enrollment capacity information. Theseadditional features will be released in the forthcoming months. Youwill be notified on URSA Telephone, Bruin OnLine, and in the DailyBruin when they are available.


Winter 1998 URSA / 25URSA TELEPHONE COMMAND GUIDEMAIN MENU(310) 208-04251#Student RecordsMenu2#Financial AidInformation7#Change SecurityCode1#Class 1#Enrollment ClassEnrollment2#EnrollmentAppointmentTimes3#Grades 3#Grades4#Holds 4#Holds5#Fees 5#Fees6#Update or ReviewStudent Data1#Add a Section/Class1#Term Grade andGrade ChangeConfirmation1#Fees1#Enter DegreeExpected Term2#Drop a Class1#Short Readingof Study List2#GPA2#DeclareNonattendancefor a Term5#Request orDiscontinue EthnicBased Mailings3#Exchange Class/Section4#Change OptionalGrading Basis2#DetailedReading of3#Wait ListPosition3#Term Unit Total4#Cumulative Unit6#Specify EthnicBackground5#Change Variable Unit4#SpellInstructors5#Change ToAnother Term6#Study List & CourseInfo Submenu5#Meeting Time &Place of aClass7#Use PTE*End Call


26 Winter 1998<strong>UCLA</strong> OnlineBruin OnLineBruin OnLine is a collection of computer services that gives <strong>UCLA</strong>students, staff, and faculty access to campus network communicationand information services and to resources on the World WideWeb and the Internet. With Bruin OnLine, using either your homecomputer and a modem or a “hard wired” campus workstation, youare able to• communicate with others using electronic mail (e-mail)• search the <strong>UCLA</strong> Library's online information system, ORION,and see whether a book is checked out or on the shelf• browse the campus Calendar of Events for cultural and sportingevents• check the availability and enrollment for a class in the Scheduleof Classes• access your student records via URSA OnLine (http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/), including your Study List and your undergraduateDegree Progress Report (see “URSA” for more onURSA OnLine)• look up someone's phone number or e-mail address in the campusdirectory• participate in worldwide discussions on a range of special interesttopics using News• read AP wire service stories on Clarinews• visit the Louvre in Paris and download color digitized images offamous paintings• create and publish personal webpages• get the local weather conditions and forecast for anywhere in theU.S. and view animated satellite weather maps• listen to digitized music and view videos of concertsBruin OnLine services are similar to those provided by commercialInternet service providers such as Netcom, Earthlink, or Prodigy inthat it includes dial-up access to the <strong>UCLA</strong> campus backbone network(and the Internet) using SLIP or PPP protocols at speeds up to28.8 kbps. An e-mail account and web space are also provided.Who can use Bruin OnLine?Bruin OnLine is available to all <strong>UCLA</strong> students, staff, and faculty.How do I access Bruin OnLine services?Bruin OnLine services can be accessed from any of the following:• Your own IBM-compatible or Macintosh-compatible computer athome using a modem• Your own computer in your residence hall room using a networkadapter• A student lab computer in many of the school or divisional studentlabs on campus (see http://www.ucla.edu/campus/computing/labs/)• A computer in one of the computer commons maintained by OAC(sites currently located in 4328 and 4909 Math Sciences Annexand A1-228 CHS, and planned for 2035 Public Policy)• A computer in Powell computer commons (CLICC), 145 Powell• Your own laptop or notebook computer with ethernet adapterconnected to ports in the college library reading rooms or stacks,in 4328 Math Sciences Annex, or in a general assignment classroomIf I want to buy a computer, what kind do I need?To use Bruin OnLine from your home or residence hall, we recommendthe following configurations for Mac and IBM-compatible PCs:Macintosh• Apple Macintosh computer or compatible• 12MB RAM (24MB of RAM strongly recommended)• 68020 processor or better required• CD-ROM drive• Hard disk drive (with approximately 20MB of free disk space)• Color monitor recommended (256 colors or more highly recommended)• Modem — 14.4K minimum speed is recommended (modemscapable of 28.8K must support true v.34, not just V.FAST orV.FC). If the modem is external, a cable capable of hardwarehandshaking is necessary. A modem is not needed for residencehall use.• To connect from your room in the residence Halls, you will need anetwork card which can be purchased at the Student TechnologyCenter in Delta Terrace.• Apple system software 7.1 or higher (7.5.3 is strongly recommended)An older version of the BOL software is available on high density diskettesfor Macs without a CD-ROM drive. It requires 8MB RAM and13MB free disk space and will run on MAC OS 7.0 or higher. Individualclient updaters are available on the BOL webpages.IBM-compatible PC• 486-family or Pentium processor• 12MB RAM strongly recommended• CD-ROM drive• Hard disk drive (with approximately 12MB of free disk space)• Color monitor (256 colors or more highly recommended)• Modem — 14.4K minimum speed is recommended (modemscapable of 28.8K must support true v.34, not just V.FAST orV.FC). If the modem is external, a cable capable of hardwarehandshaking is necessary. A modem is not needed for residencehall use.• To connect from your room in the residence Halls, you will need anetwork card which can be purchased at the Student TechnologyCenter in Delta Terrace.• Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0An older version of the BOL software is available on high density diskettesfor Windows 3.1 or 3.1.1. It requires 8MB RAM and 8MB freehard disk space and runs on 386-family machines and up. Individualclient updaters are available on the BOL webpages.If you are a graduate student, you may also wish to contact your departmentto find out if they have additional recommendations.How do I get started?To use Bruin OnLine from home, BOL software from the <strong>UCLA</strong> Storeis recommended. If you will be using it from your residence hall room,you also need to purchase a network adapter, which can be purchasedfrom the Student Technology Center. Installation instructionscome with the software. Additional instructions and tutorials are onlineand can be accessed using Bruin OnLine itself. Instructions forusing Bruin OnLine in OAC student labs are available in the labs.Can persons with disabilities access BruinOnLine?The Disabilities and Computing Program (DCP) of OAC's MicrocomputerSupport Office has developed specifically adapted configurationsof the Bruin OnLine software. Contact the DCP at (310) 206-7133 for more information.For more information on Bruin OnLine, contact OAC TechnicalSupport Group at (310) 825-7452, e-mail consult@ucla.edu, dropby 4302 Math Science Annex, or check the BOL websites at http://www.ucla.edu/bruinonline/and http://www.ben2.ucla.edu/


Winter 1998 <strong>UCLA</strong> Online / 27<strong>UCLA</strong> HomepageThe <strong>UCLA</strong> homepage (http://www.ucla.edu) offers access to a widevariety of campus resources and information. Its main menu links tosites for Admissions and Student Services, Academic Programs,Health Sciences, Athletics, Campus Resources, Research, InternationalPrograms, Continuing Education, Alumni and Friends, and Libraries,Museums, and the Arts. In addition, the homepage links tothe campus calendars, directory and map, campus news, and the<strong>UCLA</strong> Store. The “Explore” site provides a virtual tour of the campus.New sites and features are frequently added to its extensive contentpages.My<strong>UCLA</strong> (http://my.ucla.edu)My<strong>UCLA</strong> provides an online gateway to a range of personalized studentinformation. Students access the site by entering their UniversityI.D. number and individual passcode, which, for first time users, isbased on the last four digits of their social security number. (Foreignstudents can get a passcode by following the instructions on theMy<strong>UCLA</strong> homepage.) Features of the My<strong>UCLA</strong> site include• A personalized study list showing the courses a student is currentlyenrolled in and providing links to each course’s website.• A notifications section where important announcements can beposted.• A subscriptions section where students can access informationfrom a customizable selection of online newspapers, journals, ormagazines.• A variety of links to <strong>UCLA</strong> online resources, including URSAOnLine.• A general academic information section.Letters and Science students are able to obtain additional servicesincluding the ability to view their counseling appointments, add/droppetitions, and honors progress.Instructional EnhancementInitiativeThe instructional Enhancement Initiative, which was launched by theCollege of Letters and Science in Fall 1997, is designed to1. Provide all Letters and Science undergraduate courses, exceptindependent studies and other similar courses, with an individualcourse website for faculty, teaching assistants, and enrolledstudents. The sites facilitate the distribution of supplementarycourse materials, lecture notes, homework assignments, researchlinks, and electronic communication, including virtual officehours and class bulletin boards for interactive question andanswer sessions. Instructors decide which of these online capabilitiesare best suited to their course websites.2. Provide enhanced computer laboratories with expanded hoursof access for student useStudents enrolled in most Letters and Science courses are assessedthe Instructional Enhancement Fee (see “Miscellaneous Fees” in the“Registration” section). Fee assessment through the BAR billingstatement is based on actual enrollment at the end of the fourth weekof the quarter.NewsgroupsNewsgroups, also called Usenet News or Net news, are accessiblethrough most web browsers and act like a “bulletin board” for messagesfrom all over the world. Some newsgroups are business ornews orientated, like those discussing science and computers, forexample, while others offer conversation about sports, collecting, or aparticular TV show. Some, particularly those whose name beginswith “alt” for alternative, border on the strange.<strong>UCLA</strong> has many newsgroups that can only be accessed from campusaccounts. Bruin OnLine has its own newsgroups, for example,that post announcements about their service and where studentsask questions and offer advice about computer software and hardware(ucla.bol.announce, ucla.bol.general, and ucla.bol.webpages).Other newsgroups at <strong>UCLA</strong> help computer users with specific platformquestions (ucla.pc and ucla.mac), while still others post announcementsand offer forums for students to ask all sorts ofquestions or even advertise (e.g., ucla.general, ucla.announce, ucla.rumor,and ucla.forsale, to name just a few). Some classes havetheir own newsgroups as well.The worldwide and <strong>UCLA</strong> newsgroups are valuable resources; keepthem in mind the next time you have a question or problem.ORIONYou can find information about the <strong>UCLA</strong> library collections on ORION,the online information system. Most <strong>UCLA</strong> libraries also maintainrecords of circulation transactions on ORION. You can search ORIONfrom terminals in all <strong>UCLA</strong> libraries. If you have access to a personalcomputer with a modem, you can access ORION with your Bruin On-Line account I.D. at http://www.library.ucla.edu/catalog/orion.htmlFor a small fee, you may request photocopies of journal articles andbook chapters through ORION Express. You can obtain sign-upforms and further information about this service at the URL CirculationDepartment, Louise Darling Biomedical Library, Law Library,Management Library, and all locations of the Science and EngineeringLibrary (i.e., at the SEL/Chemistry, SEL/Engineering and MathematicalSciences, SEL/Geology-Geophysics, or SEL/Physics collections).The following databases are available on the ORION Main Menu onterminals in all <strong>UCLA</strong> libraries:1. Library — <strong>UCLA</strong> LibraryCollections and services of the <strong>UCLA</strong> Library2. Info<strong>UCLA</strong> — Info<strong>UCLA</strong> Campuswide Informationonline campus information3. MELVYL — MELVYLThe University of California’s MELVYL Library System4. Reserves — College Library ReservesMaterials on Course Reserve in the College Library5. Chicano — Chicano Studies Research LibraryBooks and journals related to Chicano and Latino cultures6. Ethno — Ethnomusicology ArchiveMusic recordings from cultures worldwide7. Film-TV — Film and Television ArchiveCollections of films and television and news programs8. HAPI — Hispanic American Periodical IndexIndex to articles and book reviews from and about Latin America9. IML — Instructional Media Library/LabCollection of film and video and slide tape and laserdisc programs10. ISSR — ISSR Data ArchivesCollection of statistical databases for the social sciences


Winter 1998 <strong>UCLA</strong> Online / 28Computer Labs MapSocial Sciences Computing Labs. 2149 Bunche, 2035 PublicPolicy, 37 Haines. Hours: 2149 Bunche, always open. 2035 PublicPolicy, Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 5p.m. Sat/Sun 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. 37 Haines, Monday through Friday, 8a.m. to 4 p.m. Scheduled classes may limit access. No fees forstudents enrolled in Social Sciences courses. Others may purchasean I.D. for $15 for the quarter or $5 for the day. Lab I.D.s are issuedin 2035 Public Policy. PCs (no Mac). MS Office (Word, Excel,Powerpoint, Access), statistical analysis, econometric and GIS/mapping applications, Internet access (Bruin OnLine applications:Orion/Melvyl, telnet/ftp, Eudora, Netscape). Printing: 10¢ per pagefor BW, 50¢ per page for color. Dot-matrix text-only available at nocharge. Phone: (310) 206-2821. Online information available athttp://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ssc/labs/. E-mail contact ishelp@ssc.ucla.Computer LabLocationsCLICCLocations Office of Residential and hours as of October, Lab 1997. and The most current online informationLife Labs can be found at http://www.ucla.edu/campus/computing/Classroomslabs.4 510THEAccess to labs varies. Departmental labs may require enrollment inANDERSONSCHOOLeither the major or a class. General purpose labs merely require aBruin OnLine I.D., which is available free of charge to <strong>UCLA</strong> students,faculty and staff. Kiosks to set up your I.D. are available atseveral lab locations.1. Academic Advancement Program (AAP) Computer DANCE Lab.BUILDINGB118 Campbell Hall (basement level, south end). Mondaythrough Thursday, 9 a.m. to ATHLETIC 10 FIELD p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdayand DRAKESunday, noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, 1 p.m. to TOWELL 10 p.m.TRACKOpen to all STADIUM AAP Students. $15 per quarter. PCs (no macs). MSWOODEN CENTEROffice 97, telnet (for e-mail), Netscape & UNDERGROUND 3.0. Limited printing.PARKINGClasses are offered on general computing skills, focusing onMEN’SPARKINGGYMword processing. Schedules for free classes 4 are posted on thelab door. Other workshops (html, internet, etc.) are offered on anad hoc basis. Phone: (310) 825-1908. Online information availableat http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/aap. E-mail contact isBRUIN WALKLOS ANGELESMORGAN BRUIN BEARbrucek@ucla.eduTENNISPAULEYCENTERSTATUECENTERPAVILION2. Chemical Computations with Computers Lab (C3 Lab). 6096Young Hall. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. WEST to 5 p.m. ACKERMAN Saturday/CENTERUNIONSunday, 1p.m. to 5 p.m. Open to students taking courses in thedepartment. Fees: none. Hardware: Macs and PCs. Chemistryand biochemistry calculations and visualizations. THE No printing.No e-mail accounts. Limited access to the internet. Phone:<strong>UCLA</strong>(310)825-1853. Online information SPAULDING available PARKING 6STOREat http://web.chem.ucla.edu/~mouser/cic/.FIELDMETEREDPARKING3. College Library Instructional Computing Commons (CLICC)CIRCLE DRIVE SOUTHENGINEERING IVLab. 145 Powell Library. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 11p.m., Friday, 8 a.m.to 6 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., andPARKING 8Sunday, 1 p.m.-10 p.m. Open to anyone with a Bruin OnLine I.D.(students, faculty, staff). Kiosk available to set up a BOLid. NoPARKING 9usage charges. Hardware: 52 Pentium (mostly P133, someP166), 42 Mac 8500s. General purpose for Humanities and SocialSciences students. Bruin OnLine applications (Eudora,FACILITIESMACDONALDPine, Netscape, etc.); MS MANAGEMENT Office (Word, POLICE Excel, RESEARCH PowerPoint);LABORATORIESgraphics (Photoshop, Illustrator, Pagemill, Pagemaker). Humanitiesand Social Sciences applications. Printing: 15¢ per page forBW, 40¢ for color laser. Users must set up a printing account atSTEAMLEWISthe front counter. Printing is charged through the BARFbilling PUBLICCENTERHEALTHsystem. Four scanners and 25 zip drives stations can be reserved.Phone: (310) 206-0271. Online information available atPARKING 14http://www.clicc.ucla.edu. E-mail contact is lkemp@ucla.eduREED INSTITUTE3. CLICC Classrooms. 320, 320B, 307 Powell Library. Monday100NPIthrough Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. OpenSTEINto Humanities and Social Sciences students with passes. Passesare available at the lab counter or in the classroomsEYEPARKING 1INSTITUTEwithproof of enrollment in a humanities or social sciences class.Available for drop-inUEBERROTHONLY when classes are not in session.BUILDINGSchedules are posted inVISITORtheSlab and 300 classrooms CHS daily. FacultyCENTERand TAs may reserve time for classes or office hours. No usagecharges. 49 Pentium (mostly P133, some P166), 32 Mac 8500s.LE CONTE AVENUELE CONTE AVENUEGeneral purpose for Humanities and Social Sciences students.WESTWOOD BLVD.Bruin OnLine applications (Eudora, pine, Netscape, etc.); MSOffice (Word, Excel, PowerPoint); graphics (Photoshop, Illustrator,Pagemill, Pagemaker). Humanities and Social Sciences applications.Printing: 15¢ per page for BW, 40¢ for color laser. Usersmust set up a printing account at the front counter. PrintingCIRCLE DRIVE WESTGA YLEY A VENUECSB ICSB IICIRCLE DRIVE NORTHSUNSET BL VD.CIRCLE DRIVE SOUTH200<strong>UCLA</strong> MEDICALPLAZAWESTWOOD PLAZAPLAZABUILDINGSUNSET BL VD.UNIVERSITYELEMENTARYSCHOOLJANSS STEPSKERCKHOFFHALLBOELTER HALLis charged through the BAR billing system. Reservations availableto Humanities and Social Sciences students with passes.Zip drives at some stations. Phone: (310) 206-0271. Online informationavailable at http://www.clicc.ucla.edu. E-mail contactis lkemp@ucla.eduPARKING 34. Disabilities and Computing Program. 1329 Social Law School.SciencesHours are by appointment. Open to students with permanentLabMELNITZ HALLand temporary disabilities. No fees. Macs, PCs and laptops.Bruin AAP OnLine access for students who have difficulty 12 using thegraphical Lab BOL due to print disability. Access to the internet.Printing not available. Provides liaison with other labs to offeradditional 1 facilities for studentsMACGOWANwithHALLdisabilities. Phone: (310)206-7133, TDD (310) 206-5155. Online information available atX-Station Labhttp://www.dcp.ucla.edu. UNIVERSITY E-mail contact is burke@ucla.eduRESEARCHFRANKLIN D. MURPHY<strong>UCLA</strong>LIBRARYSCULPTURE GARDENGUEST5. Humanities Computing e-Labs. 87 and 88 Kinsey. 13 MondayHOUSEPUB.through Friday, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. (additional hours will be addedPOL.NORTHthroughout the quarter, and will be posted). BLDG.CAMPUSOpen to HumanitiesSTUDENTBUNCHE HALLstudents with proof of enrollment in a Humanities class or majorCENTERDisabilitiesand a Bruin OnLine I.D. Humanities lab passes are available Labduring drop-in hours and also at the CLICC lab. No usage fees.5LU VALLE87 Kinsey: ROLFE Mac lab. 88 Kinsey: PC lab. Humanities instructional 6CAMPBELLHALLCOMMONSsoftware, MS Office, HALL internet access, Bruin OnLine applications.PERLOFF HALLSTOREPrinting: 15¢ per page for black and white, 40¢ for color. Onlineinformation available at http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/hcf/lab.html.E-mail contact HALLis kforero@humnet.ucla.eduHAINESROYCELAWHALL6. Life Sciences Instructional Computing Botany Lab. 103 Botany.Monday through Friday, PLAZA 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday/Sunday,DICKSONTBA. Open to anyone currently taking a DODD class HALL in METERED Life Sciences.PARKINGNo fees. Windows DICKSON NT workstations. Internet access, word processing,spreadsheets, Life Sciences applications, multimediaPLAZAPORTOLA PLAZAKINSEYapplications. No printing. Phone: (310) 206-4615. E-mail contactHALLDICKSONis dulaney@ucla.eduPOWELLPLAZAMURPHY HALLLIBRARY7. Mathematical Sciences Math Program Lab. 2817 Boelter Hall.Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 6BRUIN WALKp.m. Weekends, 10 a.m. SCHOEN- to 6 p.m. Open to students in PIC orBERG HALLmath classes requiring KNUDSEN computer usage and to Math majors. NoMOOREHALLHALL fees (students PLASMA must set up a math network FACULTY account to Humanities access internet,telnet, and Bruin OnLine e-mail.). X-terminals and e-Labs PCs.PHYSICSCENTERCAREER7Math applications. Printing not available. Phone: (310) 825-CENTERINVERTEDFOUNTAIN7267. Online information available at http://www.math.ucla.edu/~piclas/handoutsFRANZ HALLBruin OnLine8. Office of Academic Computing Commons Commons (Bruin OnLine andCommons). 4328 & 4909 MSA, A1-228 CHS. X-Station Always Lab open.GEOLOGYOpen to all students with a Bruin OnLine account. Kiosk availableto set up a BOLid.2 13SCHLICHTERNo fees. Hardware: Mac and WindowsHALLNT workstations. Bruin OnLine applications, access to the SP/2YOUNG HALLPARKING 2cluster via telnet or X-Win. Printing not available. No word processingor similar applications. Phone: (310) 825-7452. Onlineinformation available at http://www.ucla.edu/bruinonline/commons.E-mail contact is consult@ucla.eduC3 Lab38. Office of Academic Computing X-Station Labs. 4903 MSA,A1-242 CHS, MOLECULAR2023 PPB. 8 a.m. to midnight (4903 MSA:); alwaysopen (A1-242 CHS: and 2023 PPB). Open to anyone withBIOLOGYMath Programa SP/2 LIFE cluster SCIENCES I.D. Primary Services: Access to the SP/2 Clusterand SEAS Labsvia X-stations. For more information and to sign up for an account,go to 4302 MSA.BOTANYE-mail contact is consult@ucla.edu 9 119. Office of Residential Life Labs. Sunset Village Commons, DykstraHall, Rieber Hall, Sproul Hall, Hedrick Hall. Sunset VillageDENTISTRY HEALTHSCIENCESCommons open Sunday through Thursday Life Sciences 10 a.m.to 1:30 a.m.,STOREand Friday through Saturday, 10 a.m. Instructional to 6 p.m.; Lab Dykstra, Rieber,MATHIASSproul, and Hedrick BOTANICAL are always open. Open to residents of OncampusHousing. All residents must attend 8 an Acceptable UseGARDENDAVIESWorkshop to get a lab account. Details available in the SunsetCENTERVillage Commons. No fees. Printing fees (see below). Hardware:Primarily PCs, two multimedia Macs are available in the SunsetCommons lab. Primary Services: General use, word processing,internet access, telnet available, Bruin OnLine e-mail. Printing:each resident gets 150 pages of free printing. Each additional2 13100 pages costs $5. Phone: (310) 206-2651. Online informationavailable at http://www.orl.ucla.edu/labs.htm. Bruin OnLineE-mail contact islab@orl.ucla.edu Commons and X-Station LabR OPARKINGY C E D R IV EMATHEMATICAL SCIENCESBOMBSHELTERCENTER FORTHE HEALTHSCIENCESCHILDREN SHEALTHSCIENCESPARKINGSUNSET BL VD.DICKSONAR TCENTERC IR C L E D RHERSHEYHALLHILGARD A VENUEIV EE A STWESTHOLMEHILGARD A VENUEMANNINGHILGARDWYTONHILGARD A VENUE


Winter 1998 <strong>UCLA</strong> Online / 29Computer Lab LocationsLocations and hours as of October 1997. The most current online informationcan be found at http://www.ucla.edu/campus/computing/labs.Access to labs varies. Departmental labs may require enrollment in eitherthe major or a class. General purpose labs merely require a Bruin OnLineI.D., which is available free of charge to <strong>UCLA</strong> students, faculty, and staff.Kiosks to set up an I.D. are available at several lab locations.1. Academic Advancement Program (AAP) Computer Lab, B118Campbell Hall (basement level, south end), (310) 825-1908. Hours:Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.,Saturday and Sunday noon to 6 p.m. Usage fee: $15 per quarter.Open to all AAP students. PCs (no Macs). MS Office 97, Telnet (for e-mail), Netscape 3.0. Limited printing. Classes are offered on generalcomputing skills, with focus on word processing. Schedules for freeclasses are posted on lab door. Other workshops (html, Internet, etc.)are offered on an ad hoc basis. Online information available at http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/aap. E-mail contact: brucek@ucla.edu.2. Bruin OnLine Commons (Office of Academic Computing Commons),4328 and 4909 Math Sciences, A1-228 CHS, (310) 825-7452.Hours: always open. Usage fee: none. Open to all students with BruinOnLine accounts. Kiosk available to set up a BOLid. Mac and WindowsNT workstations. Bruin OnLine applications (Eudora, Pine,Netscape, etc.), access to SP/2 cluster via Telnet or X-Win. No wordprocessing or similar applications. No printing. Online informationavailable at http://www.ucla.edu/bruinonline/commons. E-mail contact:consult@ucla.edu.3. Chemical Computations with Computers (C3) Lab, 6096 YoungHall, (310) 825-1853. Hours: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,Saturday and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. Usage fee: none. Open to studentstaking courses in the department. Macs and PCs. Chemistry and biochemistrycalculations and visualizations. Limited Internet access. Noe-mail accounts. No printing. Online information available at http://web.chem.ucla.edu/~mouser/cic/.4. College Library Instructional Computing Commons (CLICC) Lab,145 Powell Library, (310) 206-0271. Hours: Monday through Thursday8 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5p.m., Sunday 1 to 10 p.m. Usage fee: none. Open to anyone with aBruin OnLine I.D. (students, faculty, staff). Kiosk available to set up aBOLid. 52 Pentiums (mostly P133, some P166), 42 Mac 8500s. Generalpurpose for humanities and social sciences students. BruinOnLine applications (Eudora, Pine, Netscape, etc.), MS Office (Word,Excel, PowerPoint), graphics (Photoshop, Illustrator, Pagemill, Pagemaker),humanities and social sciences applications. Printing: 15¢per page for black and white, 40¢ per page for color laser. Users mustset up a printing account at front counter. Printing is charged throughBAR billing system. Four scanners and 25 zip drive stations can bereserved. Online information available at http://www.clicc.ucla.edu. E-mail contact: lkemp@ucla.edu.5. CLICC Classrooms, 307, 320, and 320B Powell Library, (310) 206-0271. Hours: Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday 8a.m. to 6 p.m. Usage fee: none. Open to humanities and social sciencesstudents with passes, which are available at lab counter or inthe classrooms with proof of enrollment in a humanities or social sciencescourse. Available for drop-in ONLY when classes are not insession. Schedules are posted in lab and classrooms daily. Facultyand TAs may reserve time for classes or office hours. 49 Pentiums(mostly P133, some P166), 32 Mac 8500s. General purpose forhumanities and social sciences students. Bruin OnLine applications(Eudora, Pine Netscape, etc.), MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint),graphics (Photoshop, Illustrator, Pagemill, Pagemaker), humanitiesand social sciences applications. Printing: 15¢ per page for black andwhite, 40¢ per page for color laser. Users must set up a printingaccount at front counter. Printing is charged through BAR billing system.Reservations available to humanities and social sciences studentswith passes. Zip drives at some stations. Online informationavailable at http://www.clicc.ucla.edu. E-mail contact:lkemp@ucla.edu.6. Disabilities and Computing Program, 1329 Law, (310) 206-7133,TDD (310) 206-5155. Hours: by appointment. Usage fee: none. Opento students with permanent and temporary disabilities. Macs, PCs,and laptops. Bruin OnLine access for students who have difficultyusing the graphical BOL due to print disability. Access to Internet. Noprinting. Provides liaison with other labs to offer additional facilities forstudents with disabilities. Online information available at http://www.dcp.ucla.edu. E-mail contact: burke@ucla.edu.7. Humanities Computing e-Labs, 87 and 88 Kinsey Hall, (310) 206-1414. Hours: Monday through Friday 2 to 8 p.m. (additional hours tobe added and posted throughout the quarter). Usage fee: none.Open to humanities students with proof of enrollment in a humanitiescourse or major and a Bruin OnLine I.D. Lab passes are availableduring drop-in hours and at CLICC Lab. Mac lab in 87 Kinsey Hall,PC lab in 88 Kinsey Hall. Humanities instructional software, BruinOnLine applications (Eudora, Pine, Netscape, etc.), MS Office, Internetaccess. Printing: 15¢ per page for black and white, 40¢ per pagefor color. Online information available at http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/hcf/lab.html. E-mail contact: kforero@humnet.ucla.edu.8. Life Sciences Instructional Computing Botany Lab, 103 Botany,(310) 206-4615. Hours: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdayand Sunday to be announced. Usage fee: none. Open to anyonecurrently taking a life sciences course. Windows NTworkstations. Internet access, word processing, spreadsheets, lifesciences and multimedia applications. No printing. Online informationavailable at http://www.lsic.ucla.edu. E-mail contact:dulaney@ucla.edu.9. Mathematical Sciences Math Program Lab, 2817 Boelter Hall,(310) 825-7267. Hours: Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.,Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Usage fee: none (students must set up a mathematics networkaccount to access Internet, Telnet, and Bruin OnLine e-mail). Open tostudents in mathematics or program in computing courses requiringcomputer usage and to mathematics majors. PCs and X-terminals.Mathematics applications. No printing. Online information available athttp://www.math.ucla.edu/~piclas/handouts. E-mail contact: pichla@pic.ucla.eduor pic-las@pic.ucla.edu.10. Office of Residential Life Labs, Covel Commons and Dykstra,Hedrick, Rieber, and Sproul Halls, (310) 206-2651. Hours: CovelCommons Sunday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., Friday andSaturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Dykstra, Hedrick, Rieber, and SproulHalls always open. Usage fee: none. Open to residents of on-campushousing. All residents must attend an Acceptable Use Workshop toobtain a lab account (details available in Covel Commons Lab). PrimarilyPCs; two multimedia Macs available in Covel Commons Lab.General use, word processing, Internet access, Telnet, Bruin OnLinee-mail. Printing: each resident receives 150 pages of free printing;each additional 100 pages costs $5. Online information available athttp://www.orl.ucla.edu/labs.htm. E-mail contact: lab@orl.ucla.edu.11. School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) Labs, 3426,4405, 4442, and 6270 Boelter Hall, 33-128 Engineering IV, (310) 206-6864. Hours: posted on lab doors. Usage fee: none. Open only toengineering students and SEAS departmental majors. PCs and X-stations. Engineering applications, Internet access, e-mail, Telnet.Laser printing: 75¢ per page. E-mail accounts (not Bruin OnLine).Online information available at http://www.seas.ucla.edu/seasnet/.12. Social Sciences Computing Labs, 2149 Bunche Hall, 37 HainesHall, 2035 Public Policy Building, (310) 206-2821. Hours: 2149Bunche Hall always open; 37 Haines Hall Monday through Friday 8a.m. to 4 p.m.; 2035 Public Policy Building Monday through Thursday9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday noonto 4 p.m. Usage fee: none for students in social sciences courses;others may purchase an I.D. for $15 quarterly or $5 daily (lab I.D.sissued in 2035 Public Policy Building). PCs (no Macs). Bruin OnLineapplications (Orion/Melvyl, Telnet/FTP, Eudora, Netscape), MS Office(Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), statistical analysis, econometric,and GIS/mapping applications. Printing: 10¢ per page for black andwhite, 50¢ per page for color; dot-matrix text-only available at nocharge. Online information available at http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ssc/labs/. E-mail contact: help@ssc.ucla.edu.13. X-Station Labs (Office of Academic Computing), A1-242 CHS, 4903Math Sciences, 2023 Public Policy Building, (310) 825-7452. Hours:A1-242 CHS and 2023 Public Policy Building always open; 4903Math Sciences 8 a.m. to midnight daily. Open to anyone with an SP/2cluster I.D. (go to 4302 Math Sciences for more information and tosign up for an account). Access to SP/2 cluster via X-stations. E-mailcontact: consult@ucla.edu.


30 Winter 1998Student Services<strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office ServicesEstablishing Residence for TuitionPurposesDetailed information concerning the criteria for establishing residencefor tuition purposes is included in the Appendix of the current <strong>UCLA</strong>General Catalog and in the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office Frequently Asked Questionsat http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/. Inquiries regarding residencerequirements must be directed to the Residence Deputy, 1113 MurphyHall, (310) 825-3447. No other university personnel are authorizedto supply information relative to residence requirementsfor tuition purposes.Petition for Resident Classification is obtained and filed at 1113Murphy Hall prior to the late registration period for the term in whichyou are eligible for classification from nonresident to resident status.Documentation of residence will be requested at that time.Incomplete Grade ProceduresIf you receive an Incomplete grade in a course and will be completingthe requirements to remove it, do not reenroll in the course. Have thedepartment send a <strong>UCLA</strong> Report of Academic Revision to the instructor.Once the grade is received by the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office, a confirmationis issued to the department and/or instructor and a $5 fee isthen charged to your BAR account. NOTE: Fees are subject tochange at any time.The petition and grade assigned must be on file in the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Officeby the end of your next registered term to prevent the I gradefrom lapsing to an F, NP, or U. The <strong>UCLA</strong> Report of Academic Revisioncan also be used to remove Incompletes that have lapsed.You may confirm that a grade has been received by calling URSATelephone at (310) 208-0425. Be sure to check the term duringwhich the I grade was removed. If the grade is not recorded, checkwith your individual instructor to insure that the form with a final gradeand proper date of completion assigned has been forwarded to the<strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office.Name ChangeIf you wish to change your name on official University records or toidentify capitalization, punctuation, or accent marks (for your diploma)which cannot be accommodated in computer files, obtain andfile (no fee) the <strong>UCLA</strong> Correction or Change of Name form at AcademicRecord Services, 1134 Murphy Hall. Forms are available inthe Murphy Hall North Lobby. A new BruinCard must be obtained at123 Kerckhoff Hall; there is a $15 replacement fee.Official Transcripts:Academic and VerificationTwo versions of your official <strong>UCLA</strong> student record are available fromAcademic Record Services, 1134 Murphy Hall. These are the academictranscript and the verification transcript. Each version, as describedbelow, has been designed to meet specific needs.Academic Record Services provides transcripts for regular and SummerSessions. For <strong>UCLA</strong> Extension courses, order from <strong>UCLA</strong> Extension,P.O. Box 24901, Los Angeles, CA 90024.Transcripts are regularly $5 per copy and can be ordered in person orby sending your requests to <strong>UCLA</strong> <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office, Attn: Transcripts,1105 Murphy Hall, Box 951429, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1429. Forms for requesting transcripts in person are available in theMurphy Hall North Lobby.All requests should include the name under which you were registeredand your dates of attendance at <strong>UCLA</strong>, your date of birth, yoursocial security number, your complete address and telephone number,number of copies needed, detailed mailing instructions includingany special handling, and your full signature.Transcripts can be faxed with payment of an additional fee: $5 for domesticand $10 for international faxes. For continuing students, feescan be billed to your BAR account. For all others, you may be billedor you may submit payment in the form of a check or money orderpayable to “Regents-UC.”Transcript requests are not processed if you have outstanding obligationsto the University. Fees are subject to change at any time. Transcriptordering information is also available by calling (310) 825-3801.Academic TranscriptThe academic transcript is your complete academic record, includinga listing of courses you have taken, your grades, your grade-point average(GPA), and your earned <strong>UCLA</strong> degrees.Grades for completed terms are processed immediately following theconclusion of final examinations. Complete academic transcripts areavailable approximately 30 working days after the last day of theterm. For graduating students, academic transcripts with the graduationdate included are available approximately seven weeks after theend of the term. If you require earlier proof of graduation, contactyour degree auditor in 1113 Murphy Hall. A fee may be charged forthis service.The minimum period required for processing and issuing academictranscripts for both registered and former students is three workingdays. Same-day processing service is available for an additional $10charge. To arrange for same-day processing service, contact an AcademicRecords Services specialist, 1134 Murphy Hall, or call (310)825-3801.Academic transcripts that are faxed are generally considered unofficialand may not remain confidential.Verification TranscriptThe verification transcript is intended for registration (fee payment),enrollment status, degrees, and “good student” auto insurance certificationforms completed by the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office. Verification transcriptsconfirm student status after registration fees have been paidfor the term. Verification of student workload is based on actual enrolledunits and does not consider wait-listed units or list courses fora term.Verification of degree can be issued after your degree has been postedto your student record approximately seven weeks after the termends. If you require verification before your degree is posted, contactyour degree auditor in 1113 Murphy Hall.The fee for a verification transcript is waived if requested for loan orstudent aid verifications (proof of request required). Most enrollmentverifications for loans and creditors, however, are processed for theUniversity by the National Student Loan Clearinghouse. Approved bythe U.S. Department of Education, the clearinghouse is a national organizationwhich facilitates and expedites student enrollment verificationsfor creditors and other student service-related agencies. As anagent of educational institutions, the clearinghouse abides by all provisionsof the Family Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act(FERPA).Veterans Affairs and Social SecurityServicesThe Veterans Affairs coordinator, 1113 Murphy Hall, provides informationfor veterans and eligible dependents about VA educationalbenefits and tutorial assistance; issues fee waivers to dependents ofCalifornia veterans who are deceased or disabled because of service-connectedinjuries and who meet the income restrictions in Edu-


Winter 1998 Student Services / 31cation Code Section 10652; and certifies student status for recipientsof Social Security benefits.Other Student ServicesLibrariesThe University Library at <strong>UCLA</strong> is among the top five ranked librariesin the U.S. It is comprised of a campus-wide network of libraries servingprograms of study and research in many fields. Its principal componentsare the University Research Library, the College Library, andeleven subject libraries. Lower-use materials, for which there is notadequate shelving space on campus, are located in the Southern regionalLibrary Facility.The total collections of the <strong>UCLA</strong> Library numbers more than 6.7 millionvolumes. More than 90,000 serial titles are received quarterly.While continuing to develop and manage collections of printed andtraditional non-print materials, the <strong>UCLA</strong> Library makes digital resourcesavailable for campus use (see the Library's home page, http://www.library.ucla.edu).The MELVYL Library System, available onworkstations in the library via telnet (melvyl.ucop.edu) and on theWorld Wide Web (http://www.melvyl.ucop.edu), provides access to libraryholdings of all nine UC campuses and to 25 periodical databases,several of which include article abstracts and/or full-text, coveringall disciplines. ORION is <strong>UCLA</strong> Library's online information systemthat contains up-to-the-minute records about library materials andaccess to other campus databases such as Chicano Studies ResearchLibrary, Ethnomusicology Archives and the Instructional MediaLibrary.The <strong>UCLA</strong> Library also oversees the undergraduate College Libraryelectronic reserves catalog (http://www.library.ucla.edu/welcome/services/fac-ta/reserve.html)on Orion and several 24-hour online servicessuch as the ability to renew items, place holds on materials, orview personal records of borrowed library items including due dates.This last feature is especially helpful since the library stopped sendingoverdue notices on October 1, 1997. Access to ORION andMELVYL is available in libraries, from most workstations connectedto the <strong>UCLA</strong> campus network, and via dial access from home or officemicrocomputers.On-Campus HousingAll applications for on-campus housing require a $25 nonrefundableapplication fee. To be eligible, students must apply by the publisheddeadlines. Randomly assigned numbers determine the order inwhich they are offered assignment to on-campus housing.If there are more applicants than spaces available, some applicantsmay not be offered an assignment prior to the beginning of the termfor which they are applying. Students should contact the <strong>UCLA</strong> HousingAssignment Office at (310) 825-4271 if they have any questionsregarding the application process.Parking and Commuter ServicesCommuter ServicesThe Commuter Assistance-Ridesharing (CAR) Office (310-794-RIDE) can help students learn about transportation options availablefrom their neighborhoods. There are several commuting alternativesfor students to get to and from campus without driving their cars. Tosave time and money, many students form or join existing <strong>UCLA</strong> carpoolsor vanpools. Currently there are more than 130 vanpoolscommuting from nearly 80 communities throughout Southern California.Both full-time and part-time riding opportunities are available tostudents. As an additional incentive to rideshare, registered two- andthree-person student carpools are given top priority to receive parking(see Parking Permits).These alternatives and other commuting options, including an extensivenetwork of public transit service providers, are described in the<strong>UCLA</strong> Commuter Guide, available online at http://www.transportation.ucla.edu/or in person from Parking and Commuter Services onthe corner of Strathmore Place and Westwood Plaza (Parking Structure8, Level 2) weekdays from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. For further information,call (310) 794-RIDE.Parking PermitsDue to the limited availability of parking at <strong>UCLA</strong>, it is offered to studentswho demonstrate the greatest need. Student parking permitsare currently assigned through a need-based point system whichtakes into consideration class standing, commute distance, previousattendance, employment, dependent children, and professionalschool obligations. Students are strongly encouraged to apply ontime and follow all application and payment guidelines in order to increasetheir chances of receiving a permit.When assigning parking permits to students, <strong>UCLA</strong> Parking andCommuter Services gives the highest priority to carpools. Carpoolpermits are guaranteed to all qualified two- and three-person studentcarpool groups that apply on time. In addition, student carpools areparked in centrally located campus parking areas and share a discountedpermit fee. Students interested in forming a carpool whoneed help finding other students who live near them should call (310)794-RIDE and ask for a free RideGuide. All members of a proposedstudent carpool must apply in person as a group.Most student permits are assigned for the academic year and can bepaid for annually or quarterly. Renewal forms for students payingquarterly are automatically mailed before the Winter and SpringQuarter payment due dates. Students who are not offered a parkingassignment during a given term or who wish to change their parkingarea need to reapply the following term.Student Parking Request forms, along with important quarterly duedates and helpful information on how to apply for a parking permit,are available by calling (310) 825-9871 or in person weekdays from7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Parking and Commuter Services on the cornerof Strathmore Place and Westwood Plaza (Parking Structure 8, Level2).Students with permanent disabilities who have disabled persons’placards or DMV-issued disabled persons’ license plates may applyto the Office for Students with Disabilities (310-825-1501) for parkingassignments and on-campus transportation assistance.Parking permits and access cards to campus lots and structures arenot transferable and may be purchased only from <strong>UCLA</strong> Parking andCommuter Services. Resale is prohibited and subjects both buyerand seller to disciplinary action.Services for Students with DisabilitiesThe Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD), A255 Murphy Hall(voice 310-825-1501, TDD 310-206-6083, fax 310-825-9656), providesa wide range of academic support services to regularly enrolledstudents with documented permanent or temporary disabilitiesin compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 andthe Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Free support services includereaders, note takers, sign language interpreters, Learning DisabilitiesProgram, special parking, registration assistance, fee defermentsauthorized by the California Department of Rehabilitation, oncampustransportation, campus orientation and accessibility, proctorand test-taking arrangements, tutorial referral, housing assistance,support groups, workshops, special materials, adaptive equipment,and referral to the Disabilities and Computing Program. Accommodationsare varied and specifically designed to meet the documenteddisability-related needs of each student. All contact and assistanceare handled confidentially. The OSD website is located at http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/osd/.Disabilities and Computing ProgramThe Disabilities and Computing Program (DCP) offers consulting andtraining on adapted computer equipment to assist students with disabilitiesin their academic work. Special equipment includes readingmachines, voice recognition, large print software, and more. For furtherinformation, call voice (310) 206-7133 or TDD (310) 206-5155 orvisit the website at http://www.dcp.ucla.edu/.


32 / Student Services Winter 1998Textbooks and Course MaterialsTextbooks and course readers for most classes are available in the<strong>UCLA</strong> Store – Ackerman Union, located on the A-level of AckermanUnion. For store hours, refund policies, and textbook information, call(310) 206-0790. For information on book buyback, call (310) 206-0785.Law, management, urban planning, social welfare, public policy, architecture,art, urban design, theater, film, and television textbooksare available at the <strong>UCLA</strong> Store – Lu Valle Commons. All on-campus<strong>UCLA</strong> Extension textbooks are also stocked there. Call (310)825-7238 for more information.Textbooks for medicine, dentistry, nursing, public health, and thehealth sciences are available at the <strong>UCLA</strong> Store – Health Sciences.For more information, call (310) 825-7721.The best times to shop are on weekends, or before 10 a.m. and after5 p.m. on weekdays. Save your cash register receipts, since theyare required for returns or refunds. See the “Calendar” for refunddeadlines.To find out which textbooks are required for a specific class, or toprint out a complete list of books for all your classes, go to the <strong>UCLA</strong>Store website, at http://www.uclastore.ucla.edu/, and click on the“textbooks” icon. You will need the nine-digit course I.D. number fromthe Schedule of Classes. Computer Store price lists and the <strong>UCLA</strong>BookZone database (for reference books, study aids, and so forth)are also available online.Grade cards, blue books, scantron forms, and enrollment petitionforms are available in the Ackerman, LuValle, and Health Scienceslocations of the <strong>UCLA</strong> store.<strong>UCLA</strong> Career CenterThe <strong>UCLA</strong> Career Center offers many services and resources to helpstudents explore a broad array of academic and nonacademic careerpossibilities, make career decisions, obtain employment and internshipleads, and develop skills for conducting a successful job search.Services include career counseling and consulting, career resourceslibrary, graduate school planning and preparation assistance, careerfairs, internship and job listings, and the Campus Interview Program.In addition, workshops are offered on a variety of topics, including careerexploration, majors and careers, graduate and professionalschool preparation, résumé and curriculum vita writing, interviewingskills and practice, job search strategies, and networking.Convenient computerized resources offer 24-hour access to BRUIN-TRAKS listings of hundreds of current full-time, part-time, seasonal,and internship positions in numerous types of organizations and areaccessible via the Career Center's homepage. Students may alsopost their résumés online to enhance their job search.Cyberlink, the center's on-premise computer laboratory, makes itpossible to tap into internship and employment opportunities, résumébanks, and other career-related web resources during regular officehours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays (Tuesdays until 7 p.m.).For further information, visit or phone the <strong>UCLA</strong> Career Center at(310) 206-1915 or see the website at http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/career.<strong>UCLA</strong> BruinCardThe <strong>UCLA</strong> BruinCard is a mandatory student identification card thatis used to electronically confirm student status and eligibility for services.The paper Reg Card formerly used by students to obtain campusservices was discontinued at the end of Fall 1997. Cards areissued without charge to new or reentering students from the beginningto the end of their first academic term. Supportive photo identification,such as driver’s license or passport, is required.The primary benefit of the BruinCard is convenience. It is a versatilecard that serves the following functions:• Confirmation of student status• I.D. card for faculty, staff, and students• Residence halls access card• Library card• Recreation card• Debit card (if activated) for purchases at all campus stores andrestaurants• AT&T calling card (if this feature is elected)• Time-management card for departments using the Kronos system.Students with holds from an office with which the students have anoutstanding obligation (financial, academic, or administrative) maynot receive services until the hold is released by the initiating office.For details on outstanding holds and inititiating offices, check withURSA Telephone (310) 208-0425 or URSA OnLine.The BruinCard centers are located in 123 Kerckhoff and 100A SproulHall, (310) 825-2336.


Winter 1998 33<strong>Registrar</strong>’s OfficeStudent Services Guide<strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Access URSA OnLine at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/ and URSA Telephone at (310) 208-0425.Also see the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office Frequently Asked Questions at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/reg_FAQ.htmStudent Service Telephone LocationAddress, phone, and e-mail updatesURSA OnLineAppointments to See Associate <strong>Registrar</strong>, <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office1105 Murphy HallCancellation of Registration1113 Murphy HallClass Level Corrections1113 Murphy HallDegree Auditor: Ask to SeeLetters and Science Degree Auditors (310) 825-2754 1113 Murphy HallMaster’s/Doctoral (310) 825-2754 1113 Murphy HallArts and Architecture (310) 206-3564 1100 Dickson Art CenterEngineering (310) 825-2036 6426 Boelter HallNursing (310) 825-7181 2-200 Factor BuildingTheater, Film, and Television (310) 206-8441 103 East Melnitz BuildingDegree Progress Report (DPR), View and PrintURSA OnLineDiploma (for Awarded Degree) (310)825-8883 1113 Murphy HallDuplicate/Special Order Diploma Request (310)825-8883 1113 Murphy HallEnrollment in ClassesURSA TelephoneProcess Restricted Courses, 199s, Enrollment Petitions(310) 825-1091 1113 Murphy HallProcedure QuestionsFee Reduction1113 Murphy HallApproved Part-Time Undergraduates, Nonresident TuitionReclassificationsFee Refunds1113 Murphy HallWithdrawal, Dismissal, Cancellation, Leave of AbsenceGrade Changes1113 Murphy HallAll Questions about Procedures (310) 825-4067Grades, current and past termsURSA TelephoneGrades: Request Term Printout1113, 1134 Murphy HallHolds, Information on Releasing ofURSA OnLine, URSA TelephoneIncomplete Grade Procedures1113 Murphy HallAll Questions about Procedure for Removal (310) 825-4067Name Change1134 Murphy HallPrivacy Release (Disclosure of Student Records)URSA OnLine, 1113 Murphy HallReadmission (310) 825-1091 1113 Murphy HallObtain and File Undergraduate ApplicationRegistration Payment1113 Murphy HallResidence Deputy (310) 825-3447 1113 Murphy HallNonresident Tuition, Exceptions to TuitionSocial Security Number: Correct/Change1134 Murphy HallStudy List, Changes toSee “Study Lists” in “Enrollment”Transcripts, Official (310) 825-3801 1134 Murphy Hall (Forms Available inMurphy Hall North Lobby)Verification of1134 Murphy HallStudent Attendance, Degrees, Address, Loan Forms,(310) 206-0482“Good Student” Auto Insurance CertificationVerification of Reg Fee Payment Print from URSA OnLineFor Use on Campus1113, 1134 Murphy HallVeterans Affairs1113 Murphy HallWaiver of FeesLate Registration Fee Payment, Enrollment Petition1113 Murphy Hall


34 Winter 1998Academic PoliciesAdmission andEnrollment PoliciesAdmission ApplicationsAn application for admission must have been submitted and acceptedin accordance with the schedule specified in the “Calendar” sectionin order to enable a new student to register at the University.Preliminary information about registering is mailed to new studentsby their respective Admissions Office (Undergraduate, Graduate,Law, Medicine, or Dentistry).Undergraduate ReadmissionContinuing Student: One-Term AbsenceIf, after completing a term (Fall, Winter, Spring), you do not registerfor the following term, you may return to the University the next subsequentterm as a continuing student and be eligible to register andenroll in advance.If, during your one-term absence, you plan to attend another institution(including <strong>UCLA</strong> Extension), you should discuss your planswith your college/school counselor before enrolling elsewhere. On returningto the University, you must have an official transcript mailedfrom the institution directly to the <strong>UCLA</strong> Undergraduate AdmissionsOffice. Once you have requested a transcript, you must complete aTransfer Credit Evaluation Request form at the Undergraduate AdmissionsOffice, 1147 Murphy Hall, to have your coursework evaluated.Reentering StudentIf you plan to return to the University after an absence of more thanone term, you must complete an Undergraduate Application for Readmissionform and file it with the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office in accordancewith published deadlines. (See “Calendar” section.) There is a nonrefundablefee of $40.You must submit official transcripts from all institutions (including<strong>UCLA</strong> Extension) with your readmission application. Courseworkwill be evaluated when official transcripts are received. The paperrecords of nonregistered students, including transcripts submittedfor transfer credit, are retained by the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office for fiveacademic years after your last registered term. You must resubmit officialtranscripts of all work completed outside of <strong>UCLA</strong> if yourrecords have been destroyed.Graduate Registration andReadmissionContinuous Registration PolicyGraduate students are required to be either registered and enrolledor on an official leave of absence every term until their degrees areawarded. An exception to this policy exists for certain graduate studentswho may be eligible to pay the filing fee (see “Filing Fee forGraduate Students” later in this section). Failure to register or be onan official leave of absence for any term (Fall, Winter, Spring) constituteswithdrawal from the University. If you fail to register or take anofficial leave of absence, you will be required to apply for readmissionand are held to any changes in degree program requirements.Graduate students may request an Application for Graduate Admissionform from their department or program. A nonrefundable fee of$40 must accompany the application when filed in accordance withpublished deadlines. (See “Calendar” section.)Filing Fee for Graduate StudentsYou may be eligible to pay the filing fee (half the quarterly registrationfee) in lieu of full registration fees for the term in which you expect tocomplete final degree requirements (master’s comprehensive examination,doctoral final oral examination, filing master’s thesis, or filingdoctoral dissertation) and receive your degree.Doctoral students are not eligible to pay the filing fee unless registeredthe immediately preceding term.Students who pay the filing fee are not eligible for University servicesbeyond a maximum of 12 hours of faculty and staff time required tocomplete the requirements listed above and are not considered in thesame status as registered students.Reduced Nonresident Tuition for StudentsAdvanced to Doctoral CandidacyEffective Fall 1997, nonresident graduate doctoral students who haveadvanced to candidacy are eligible for a 75 percent reduction in theirannual nonresident tuition fee. The reduced nonresident tuition beginswith the first academic term following the advancement to candidacyterm. Students are eligible for this reduced nonresident tuitionfor a maximum of three years (includes nonregistered time periods.General Regulations for Graduate StudentsFor full details on policies outlined above, consult your departmentaladvisers, Graduate Admissions/Student and Academic Affairs, andthe <strong>UCLA</strong> General CatalogSB1914 Concurrent EnrollmentUndergraduate students enrolled in any campus of the CaliforniaCommunity Colleges, the California State University, or the Universityof California may enroll without formal admission in a maximum ofone course per academic term at a campus of either of the other systemson a space-available basis at the discretion of the appropriatecampus authorities on both campuses. Enrollment in precollegiatecourses is excluded.You are qualified to cross enroll if you have met all the following requirements:1. Completed at least one term at <strong>UCLA</strong> as a matriculated student2. Enrolled for a minimum of six units for the current term3. Earned a grade-point average of 2.0 (C) for work completed4. Paid appropriate tuition and fees at <strong>UCLA</strong> for the current term5. Completed appropriate academic preparation as determined bythe host campus6. Are a California residentObtain an SB1914 Concurrent Enrollment application from your collegeor school. By respective college/school Academic Senate Regulation,concurrent enrollment is not permitted except in extraordinarycircumstances and no credit will be given for such courses unless theapproval of your <strong>UCLA</strong> college or school has been obtained by petitionprior to enrollment. A $10 administration fee is charged for eachacademic term such enrollment is requested.Visitor StatusUndergraduate students enrolled at one campus of the University ofCalifornia may have the opportunity to attend another UC campus forone quarter/semester on Visitor Status. <strong>UCLA</strong> students interested inthe program should obtain an application from Enrollment and DegreeServices, 1113 Murphy Hall. Be sure to observe the deadlinesstated on the application. All applications are reviewed by your collegeor school. Letters and Science students should consult the Col-


Winter 1998 Academic Policies / 35lege Counseling Service, A316 Murphy Hall; students in Arts andArchitecture should contact the Student Services Office, 1100 Dickson;Theater, Film, and Television students should consult the StudentServices Office, 103 East Melnitz Building; Engineeringstudents should see the Student Services Office, 6426 Boelter Hall.Reduced Fee ProgramsFee assessment for reduction in fees is based on total units enrolledas of Friday of the third week of classes.Certain qualified undergraduate resident students, when properlyapproved by the dean of their college/school for enrollment in 10units or less, may be eligible for a one-half reduction in the educationalfee. File a Request for Fee Reduction with the academicdean’s office by Friday of the second week of instruction. Exceptfor these qualified and approved part-time students, there is no reductionin the University registration, educational, student union, orUndergraduate Students Association fee. Full-time University employeesmay apply for a reduction of the registration and educationalfees at their Campus Human Resources office. If you receive thepart-time fee reduction from your academic dean, you may notalso use the UC employee reduction; you must use one or theother.Undergraduate nonresident students with college/school approval forenrollment in 10 units or less pay only half the nonresident tuition fee.File a Request for Fee Reduction with the academic dean’s office byFriday of the second week of classes for the applicable term.For graduate students there is no reduction in the University registration,educational, nonresident tuition, student union, or Graduate StudentsAssociation fee for less than full-time programs.Course Materials FeesThe College of Letters and Science and certain professional schoolsare authorized to assess course materials fees for particular courses.Depending on the academic unit, schools either assess these fees atthe start of the quarter or, based on actual enrollment at the end ofthe fourth week of classes. Students are responsible for ensuring thatall Study List errors and omissions are corrected prior to this time. Allstudents in a course with an approved course materials fee are assessedthe fee, regardless of major. The fee is nonrefundable onceassessed. Students who are approved for a “Late Add” enrollment ina course after the fourth week of classes are required to pay thecourse materials fee, which is billed through the BAR statement, forthe entire quarter.Fee Waiver RequestsLate registration, processing, and penalty fees are waivable on requestin writing to the office assessing the fees only if they were incurredthrough the fault of the University or because a studentsuffered sudden and debilitating injury or accident.Degree PoliciesUndergraduate DegreesIn order to qualify for a bachelor’s degree (i.e., graduate) in anyschool or college at <strong>UCLA</strong>, you must earn at least a C (2.0) averagein all courses taken at any University of California campus. In additionto the grade-point average requirement, you must also satisfy (1)University requirements, (2) college or school requirements, and (3)department requirements. For specific details, refer to your <strong>UCLA</strong>General Catalog.Degree ChecksAnytime prior to graduation you may request a review of your degreeprogress. Official degree checks detail those requirements remainingto be satisfied for the completion of your bachelor’s degree. The degreecheck process varies depending on your college or school.College of Letters and Science. For students who entered <strong>UCLA</strong> inFall Quarter 1988 and thereafter, a Degree Progress Report (DPR)serves as your degree check. The DPR is a computer-generated assessmentof all requirements for your degree and the courses youhave taken to fulfill them. You can view and print your DPR throughURSA OnLine or order one at a college counseling office (AcademicAdvancement Program, 1209 Campbell; Honors Programs, A311 Murphy;Letters and Science Counseling, A316 Murphy). Once you receiveyour DPR, study it carefully. If you have questions, review it withyour departmental undergraduate adviser and/or college counselor, asappropriate.For students who entered <strong>UCLA</strong> prior to Fall Quarter 1988, the degreecheck is a summary of all requirements for your degree and thecourses you have taken to fulfill them. You may initiate the degreecheck by asking your departmental undergraduate adviser to prepareone. Your adviser fills in the parts pertaining to the lower division andupper division requirements within your major. You then take the formto your college counseling office (Academic Advancement Program,1209 Campbell; Honors Programs, A311 Murphy; Letters and ScienceCounseling, A316 Murphy). During this appointment, the counselorcompletes the degree check by filling in college and University requirements,including the upper division requirements.School of the Arts and Architecture. Degree Progress Reports arenow available via URSA OnLine as well as on request from the Office ofStudent Services, 1100 Dickson Art Center. Students who entered<strong>UCLA</strong>/SOAA prior to fall 1994 will be issued a handwritten degree checkon request and one quarter prior to graduation. DPRs are not valid forstudents who entered <strong>UCLA</strong>/SOAA prior to fall 1994.If you have questions regarding your degree requirements, or wheneveryou print out a DPR via URSA OnLine, please make an appointmentwith an adviser in the Office of Student Services. Questionsregarding major requirements should be referred to your departmentalcounselor.School of Engineering and Applied Science. All students at ahigh sophomore level and above must submit a “satisfied” AcademicProgram Proposal to the Office of Academic and Student Affairs,6426 Boelter Hall. All Engineering students may pick up a GraduationEvaluation Report at 6426 Boelter Hall. The report outlines each categoryrequirement for an engineering degree and the courses youhave completed for each category. You may also schedule an appointmentat the Office of Academic and Student Affairs to have anofficial degree check completed one term prior to your graduationterm.School of Nursing. If you have questions regarding your progresstoward graduation, go to the Student Affairs Office, 2-200 FactorBuilding, for assistance.School of Theater, Film, and Television. Students entering asfreshmen receive a written degree check upon achieving juniorstanding. Students entering as juniors receive a degree check uponentry. Students may initiate or request an updated degree check bymaking an appointment with their departmental counselor in the StudentServices Office, 103 East Melnitz Building.Transfer CreditIf you plan to take courses at a college or university other than <strong>UCLA</strong>,you should first check the Articulation Agreements to determine howthe courses will transfer, or consult a counselor if no ArticulationAgreement exists. Articulation Agreements are lists of transferablecourses from some institutions other than <strong>UCLA</strong>. To discuss ArticulationAgreements, consult your college or school.When you have completed the course(s), you must have the other institutionsend a copy of your transcript to the <strong>UCLA</strong> Office of UndergraduateAdmissions and Relations with Schools (UARS), 1147Murphy Hall, Box 951436, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1436. You mustalso go to UARS to submit a Transcript Locator Card (also known asa Transfer Credit Evaluation Request) to initiate a credit evaluation. Ifyou are a transfer student (one who attended another college or universityprior to attending <strong>UCLA</strong>), discuss transfer credit with your collegeor school counselor and/or your departmental adviser.


36 / Academic Policies Winter 1998Declaration of CandidacyIn order to initiate the steps leading to the award of a bachelor’s degree,you must identify the term you expect to complete degree requirementsthrough URSA Telephone (option 6# on the StudentRecords Menu). This must be done by the time you complete 160units (172 units for Engineering students) or a $13 late candidacyfee will be charged to your BAR account. The identified termmust fall within the academic year (four quarters) subsequent to theterm in which you reach or expect to reach the 160- or 172-unit mark.Once you have completed 160/172 or more units, a fee will be assessedeach time you change your “degree expected term” throughURSA Telephone.If you are a current-term or a past-term candidate over the unit limit,you can only change your “degree expected term” in person at 1113Murphy Hall. You must use the <strong>UCLA</strong> Declaration of Candidacy form(available for purchase in the school supplies section at any <strong>UCLA</strong>Store) for this purpose.The last day to declare candidacy for the current term (with fee dependingon units completed) is Friday of the second week. Declarationof candidacy after the second week may result in a degree awarddate for the following term and additional candidacy penalty fees.You may check your degree expected term (as identified by you, thestudent) at any time on URSA Telephone. Your degree expected termalso appears on the URSA OnLine DPR and Study List. If any questionsremain about your degree candidacy status, inquire as follows:Letters and Science at 1113 Murphy Hall; Arts and Architecture/Theater,Film, and Television/Engineering/Nursing at your respectiveschool office. A photo I.D. is required for this service. Declaring candidacyis NOT a guarantee of graduation. Current term candidatesare not assigned enrollment appointments for the followingterm.In Absentia GraduationIf you intend to complete degree requirements as a nonregisteredstudent (take a course through <strong>UCLA</strong> Extension or at another institution,remove an Incomplete grade, etc.), you must file a request tograduate “in absentia” with your degree auditor in 1113 Murphy Hallby the second-week candidacy deadline. Students graduating “in absentia”are assessed the undergraduate in absentia degree servicefee in addition to the declaration of candidacy fee.MinorsL&S students must petition to enter a minor through the department/office administering the program. SOAA, TFTV, and Nursing studentsmust also obtain the approval of their school. Students in the Schoolof Engineering and Applied Science may not be admitted to minors.The last day to obtain the required approval(s) is Friday of the secondweek of your degree expected term. Late entry to a minor may resultin a degree award date for the following term.Satisfactory completion of the requirements for a minor is reflectedon the final transcript and diploma.Final Degree Audits and GraduationDegree auditors in the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office for Letters and Science students(1100 Dickson Art Center for Arts and Architecture students,6426 Boelter Hall for Engineering students, 2-200 Factor Building forNursing students, and 103 East Melnitz Building for Theater, Film,and Television students) are responsible for verifying each candidate’seligibility for a bachelor’s degree. Your degree auditor has informationpertaining to your graduation only if you have declaredcandidacy and completed 160 quarter units (172 units for Engineeringstudents).During your graduating term, be sure to inform your degree auditor ofany changes pertaining to requirements for your degree (e.g., gradechanges, petitions for substitutions or exemptions, transfer credit,etc.). If your graduation eligibility cannot be verified, your degree auditornotifies you of any requirements still outstanding and any otherproblems in completing your degree.Telephone numbers for degree auditors are listed in the “Student ServicesGuide” in the “Student Services” section. Contact your degreeauditor only if you have questions or concerns pertaining to your degreeaudit. Do not call your degree auditor with questions regardingCommencement ceremonies.For information on graduation ceremony procedures, contact yourcollege or school. Your major department may also have informationregarding awards and receptions.If you request through URSA OnLine that no public information, includingyour name, be released, your name will not appear in the programbooklet for Commencement ceremonies. You may check and/orchange your privacy release status at any time on URSA OnLine(during operating hours; see “URSA” section for more details).HonorsHonors at GraduationYour college or school awards honors according to your overall GPAat graduation; these honors are reflected on official transcripts andyour diploma. To be eligible you must have completed at least 90(98 for the School of Nursing) University of California units for aletter grade. The levels of honors are summa cum laude, magnacum laude, and cum laude. The minimum GPA requirements for the1997-98 academic year are as follows:• School of the Arts and Architecture: 3.856 for summa cumlaude, 3.767 for magna cum laude, 3.621 for cum laude• College of Letters and Science/School of Nursing: 3.821 forsumma cum laude, 3.719 for magna cum laude, 3.549 for cumlaude• School of Engineering and Applied Science: Contact theOffice of Academic and Student Affairs, 6426 Boelter Hall, forspecific information• School of Theater, Film, and Television: 3.931 for summa cumlaude, 3.866 for magna cum laude, 3.777 for cum laudeTo inquire about these requirements (which are subject to yearlychange) and other eligibility restrictions, contact your college orschool.Departmental HonorsSome departments in the College of Letters and Science award honorsto graduates of their programs which are reflected on official transcriptsand the diploma. To inquire about the availability of thesehonors, consult your department office.Tips For Graduating Seniors1. Make sure that your degree expected term is correct. You canverify your degree expected term via URSA Telephone (option 6#on the Student Records Menu). Your degree expected term alsoappears on the URSA OnLine Degree Progress Report (DPR)and Study List. If your degree expected term is incorrect, changeit via URSA Telephone or by filing a <strong>UCLA</strong> Declaration of Candidacyform (available for purchase in the school supplies sectionat any <strong>UCLA</strong> Store) at 1113 Murphy Hall. This must be donebefore Friday of the second week of your last quarter.2. Check your URSA OnLine Degree Progress Report/GradeReport during your final term to make sure that it reflects the correctmajor(s), minor(s), and specialization(s). If any information isin error, contact the appropriate office or your degree auditor.3. If you are finishing your degree requirements without beingenrolled at <strong>UCLA</strong> in your final term (e.g., removing Incompletegrades, adding or dropping courses, attending another institution,etc.), you must file a request to graduate “in absentia” at1113 Murphy Hall. This must be done before Friday of the secondweek of your degree expected term.4. If you are completing course work at another institution, including<strong>UCLA</strong> Extension, your official transcripts (with grades) must bereceived by your degree auditor in the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office no laterthan three weeks after the end of your degree expected term.


Winter 1998 Academic Policies / 375. Students completing their work in Spring Quarter through theEducation Abroad Program should declare for Summer graduation.Make sure that you have checked with your Honors counselorand your major department regarding any necessary petitionsbefore you go abroad.6. Students must satisfy all outstanding requirements before graduating.Any petitions to amend your records must be filed no laterthan the last day of your degree expected term.7. In your final term, be sure to keep the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office informedof changes in your mailing address. An address change can beinitiated on URSA OnLine, at 1113 Murphy Hall, or on yourmonthly BAR statement. If you are planning to move at the end ofyour degree expected term and will not have access to URSAOnLine, you should file an address change, identifying a futuremailing address and effective date, before leaving.8. Upon degree conferral, your undergraduate record is closed. Youmay not graduate in one term and then retroactively add majors,minors, or specializations or add and drop courses, and so forth.9. The name on your records is the name that appears on yourdiploma. Submit name changes to Academic Record Services,1134 Murphy Hall, by the last day of your degree expected termin order to be reflected on your diploma. Inform the <strong>Registrar</strong>’sOffice of any special accents or punctuation in your name thatyou would like to have reflected on your diploma.Master’s DegreesIf you expect to complete your master’s degree requirements, youshould submit an Advancement to Candidacy form to your departmentno later than the Friday of the second week of classes. See the“Calendar” section for deadline dates.After you complete all course requirements and the comprehensiveexamination or the thesis, the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office reviews your coursesand grades in order to confirm the awarding of your degree. Once theprocess is completed (approximately six weeks after the end of theterm), your degree is recorded on your record and appears on any officialtranscript that you order.In your final term, keep the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office informed of changes inyour address. An address change can be initiated on URSA OnLine,at 1113 Murphy Hall, or on your monthly BAR statement.Transcripts/DiplomasFor graduating students, academic transcripts with the graduationdate included are available approximately seven weeks after the endof the term. If you require earlier proof of graduation, contact your degreeauditor in 1113 Murphy Hall and request a certificate of completion.The first certificate of completion is free of charge. A $5 fee ischarged to your BAR account for each additional copy. An additional$21 processing fee may be assessed if1. The request for a certificate is made before grades are postedfor the term, and2. The auditor must take special action to verify a grade or grades,expedite a transfer credit evaluation, or obtain other documentationnecessary to clear you for the degreeDiplomas for both undergraduate and graduate students are availableapproximately three to four months after the degree award date.Information about obtaining your diploma in person (no fee) or bymail (with fee) is sent to your mailing address approximately sevenweeks after the end of your final term. To expedite receipt of your diploma,you are encouraged to return the diploma mailer form and remitthe mailing fee. A diploma hot line with current recorded diplomainformation (310-825-8883) is available seven days a week, 24 hoursa day. The <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office retains diplomas for five years fromgraduation date.Name changes should be submitted to Academic Record Services,1134 Murphy Hall, by the last day of your degree expected term in orderto be reflected on your diploma. Students submitting namechanges after that date must request a replacement diploma at 1113Murphy Hall. The special order diploma fee is assessed.If your original diploma is destroyed, a duplicate may be ordered bycontacting the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office, Diploma Reorder, 1113 MurphyHall. There is a fee for the replacement diploma, and it will bear a reissuedate and the signatures of the current officials of the state andUniversity.Class LevelsYour class level is based on completed and any in-progress units. Ifyou are an undergraduate student, your level determines the URSATelephone enrollment appointment you are assigned (obtainablethrough URSA OnLine or URSA Telephone). If you believe the appointmentyou are assigned reflects an incorrect classification, inquireat 1113 Murphy Hall concerning your level.Class levels at <strong>UCLA</strong> are determined on the basis of the chartsbelow:Undergraduate LevelsCLASS DESIGNATIONFreshman (UFR) 0-44.9Sophomore (USO) 45-89.9Junior (UJR) 90-134.9Senior (USR)Second Bachelor’s (UB2) —Certificate/Credential (UCT) —Limited (UGL) —Special (UGS) —Unclassified (Summer only)(UNC)CLASS DESIGNATIONMaster’s (M.A./M.S.) (GMT)UNITS COMPLETED135 or more—Graduate LevelsProfessional Master’s (GPM) —Doctorate 1 (GD1)Doctorate 2 (GD2)Certificate/Credential (GCT) —Unclassified (Summer only)(GNC)UNITS COMPLETEDMaster’s degreeobjectiveNot advanced tocandidacyAdvanced tocandidacy—Postdoctorate (GPX) —No Degree Objective (GDS) —Professional School (PF) —Professional School (PF1)Professional School (PF2)Professional School (PF3)First year(Law, 0-29.9 units)Second year(Law, 30-55.9 units)Third year(Law, 56 or more units)


38 Winter 1998Special ProgramsDepartmental Courses andSeminarsAll courses carry four units of academic credit unless otherwise noted.For further information, contact the appropriate department.Afro-American StudiesM102. Culture, Media, and Los Angeles. (6 units) (Same as AsianAmerican Studies M197H and Honors Collegium M102.) P/NP or lettergrading. T. GabrielAsian American StudiesM197H. Culture, Media, and Los Angeles. (6 units) (Same as Afro-American Studies M102 and Honors Collegium M102.) T. GabrielCommunication StudiesM135. Narrative in Mass Communication. (6 units) (Same as HonorsCollegium M135.) P/NP or letter grading. S. MelzerEarth and Space Sciences120. Rubey Colloquium: Major Advances in Earth Science. M.Reid139. Engineering and Environmental Geology. P. MerifieldEducation91E. Perspectives of the American College. M. Bonous-Hammarth,J. Trent125A. Education of Exceptional Individuals. R. ReinEuropean StudiesM101. State, Nation, and Nationalism in Modern and ContemporaryEurope. (Same as Honors Collegium M115.) P/NP or lettergrading. R. BrubakerFilm and Television98T. Reel Violence: Understanding Social Meanings of Violencein American Film. Seminar, three hours; outside study, nine hours.Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement. Freshmen/sophomorespreferred. Consideration of processes used to make sense ofviolence in American films from last 30 years. Exploration of meaningsmade of film violence; students conduct research into social relationstoward mediated violence. B. CookHistory98T. Women and Gender in the Middle East. Seminar, three hours;outside study, nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement.Freshmen/sophomores preferred. General introduction toliterature and historiography on women and gender in the MiddleEast. In addition to secondary scholarly sources, use of primary materials— women’s memoirs, travel writings, oral histories, poetry,short stories, art — to examine traditional view of roles of women andmen, explore change in women’s lives, and analyze how women challengetraditional ideals. J. Rostam-KolayiHonors Collegium5. Geometry of Relativity. Lecture, three hours; discussion, onehour. No special mathematical knowledge required. Systematic examinationof relationship between physics and geometry in Einstein’srelativity theories. P/NP or letter grading. S. Venkateswaran12. Thinking About Rights. Seminar, three hours; outside study,nine hours. Examination of character of rights, who is capable of exercisingor should exercise rights, and scope and content of rights asthey have been debated and fought over in theoretical writings andpolitical arenas for three centuries. P/NP or letter grading. C. Pateman13. Realism in Times of Crisis: French and Italian Cinema of the1930s and 1940s. (Not the same as course 13 prior to Fall Quarter1997.) Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, sevenhours. Examination of French and Italian cinema in period aroundWorld War II, time marked by social tensions and political unrest. Investigationof French realism, Italian neorealism, and French abstractcinema as they reveal two different European cultures during a criticalhistorical era. P/NP or letter grading. M. Cottino-Jones14. History, Science, and Society. (Not the same as course 14 priorto Winter Quarter 1998.) Seminar, three hours; outside study, ninehours. Examination of interaction of science and society and effects ofthis interaction on history, development of societies, evolution of revolutionaryideas as modeled in Galileo, Darwin, and others, and selectedcontemporary issues such as genetic engineering and war againstinfectious diseases. P/NP or letter grading. J. Miller32. Creativity and Culture: Making Things New in the Arts, Humanities,Social Sciences, and Sciences. (6 units) Seminar, threehours; writing laboratory, two hours. Study of creative acts of artists,writers, social scientists, and scientists in relation to their societies,cultures, disciplines, conventions, and art forms. P/NP or letter grading.R. Creese35. Scientific Method: Critical Inquiry into Question of ExtraterrestrialLife. Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; outsidestudy, nine hours. Course does not presume to answer question ofwhether or not there is intelligent life in the universe but rather usesthis question as a pedagogic tool to introduce central ideas, techniques,and limitations of the scientific method — what questionswould need to be asked, what scientific knowledge would be needed,and what obstacles would have to be overcome just to address thisquestion. P/NP or letter grading. W. Newman43. Male Identity and Sexuality in Ancient Rome. Seminar, threehours; outside study, nine hours. Investigation of Roman cultural constructionsof male identity and sexuality in context of political and socialchange in an emergent imperial ideology in the 1st century C.E.;examination of male “virtus,” sexual stereotypes, and dynamics of sexand power in imperial politics. P/NP or letter grading. R. Gurval47. Literature of Colonization and Colonization of Literature.Seminar, three hours; outside study, nine hours. Examination of variousfacets of interaction between Western and non-Western culturessince period of high imperialism beginning in the mid-19th century,with focus on the novel as prism through which to observe culturalmeeting and interchange and their consequences. P/NP or lettergrading. T. Huters65. Carnival and Festivity. Seminar, four hours; outside study, eighthours. Examination of Carnival and related customs occurring fromChristmas to Ash Wednesday in Europe and the Americas. Explorationof perspectives from ethnography, folklore, theories of dance, history,religion, anthropology, and literary studies. P/NP or lettergrading. P. Tokofsky66. Substance Abuse and the Brain. Seminar, three hours; outsidestudy, nine hours. Study of a broad range of information about substanceabuse, including molecular mechanisms of addiction, brain reinforcementfor drug use, genetic predisposition, and mechanisms oftolerance and withdrawal, as well as study of associated clinical, psychosocial,and political issues. P/NP or letter grading. N. Maidment68. History of Social Thought. Lecture, three hours; discussion, onehour. Study of significant forms of social theory and social changefrom the English Revolution to beginning of the 20th century, includingreadings from Hobbes, Rousseau, Smith, Tocqueville, Marx, andFreud. P/NP or letter grading. J. Prager


Winter 1998 Special Programs / 3983. Politics and Rhetoric of Literature. (6 units) Seminar, fourhours; writing laboratory, two hours. Examination of relationshipamong politics, rhetoric, and literature in study of literature from classicaltimes to the present, broadening into general discussions of developmentof political discourse in Western thought, particularlyconflict between self and state, between ideology and the practicalbusiness of living. P/NP or letter grading. G.J. Wilson97. Issues in American Foreign Policy: Methodology of Assessment.Lecture/debate, three hours; discussion, one hour. Explorationin debate format of wide range of views on contemporary foreign policyissues to train students how to discern the ideological origins ofpolicy arguments. Examination of material in major foreign policy journals.P/NP or letter grading. S. SpiegelM102. Culture, Media, and Los Angeles. (6 units) (Same as Afro-American Studies M102 and Asian American Studies M197H.) Lecture,four hours; screenings, two hours. Designed for juniors/seniors.Role of media in society and its influence on contemporary culturalenvironment, specifically in Los Angeles; issues of representation asthey pertain to race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. P/NP or lettergrading. T. Gabriel109. Language, Meaning, and the Making of Poetry. Seminar,three hours; workshop, one hour; outside study, eight hours. In wordsof the august professor, “Semiological warfare against the purveyorsof semantic entropy.” In context of and comparison with contemporaryspeech, study of history of philosophic and poetic discourse on languageand its potentials, including social and political implications. P/NP or letter grading. L. Ballerini113. Geographical Encounter and Exploration. Seminar, fourhours; outside study, eight hours. Examination of coming together ofvarious societies, whether preliterate or literate: the encounter. Explorationof both European and non-European travels, with emphasis onnew thinking in fields of history and geography. P/NP or letter grading.N. ThrowerM115. State, Nation, and Nationalism in Modern and ContemporaryEurope. (Formerly numbered 45.) (Same as European StudiesM101.) Seminar, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Examinationof state, nation, and nationalism in Europe in theoretical, comparative,and historical perspective. P/NP or letter grading. R. BrubakerM116. Art Alive: Art and Performance in the Museum. (Same asTheater M193.) Offered in collaboration with the Los Angeles CountyMuseum of Art (LACMA). Interpretation of art in the collection throughacting, dialogues, movement, and music. Research into history andart history and production of a creative performance piece required.P/NP or letter grading. S. CarusoM135. Narrative in Mass Communication. (6 units) (Same as CommunicationStudies M135.) Seminar, four hours; outside study, 10hours. Examination of narrative as a primary function of mass media,beginning with social, psychological, cultural, and rhetorical functionsof storytelling and basic elements of narrative, then applying these tostudy of film, television, and print media. P/NP or letter grading. S.MelzerJapanese188. Personalities in Japanese Civilization. H. PlutschowLatin American Studies99. Introduction to Latin American Problems: Development Issuesin Mexico. Analysis of relationship between revolution and nationaldevelopment through a multidisciplinary perspective. StaffLaw98T. Progressive Social Movements and Free Speech. Seminar,three hours; outside study, nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction ofSubject A requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Explorationof how modern understanding of free speech developed by focusingon interplay between speech by progressive social movements, attemptsat suppression and interests asserted by the government, andprotection afforded or denied by judiciary. M. AlexandriLibrary and Information Science110. Information Resources and Libraries. Not open to freshmen.Z. ErcegovacMicrobiology and Molecular Genetics98T. Genetic Engineering into the 21st Century. Seminar, threehours; outside study, nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction of SubjectA requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Basic introductionto modern world of genetic engineering. Exploration of concepts ofcloning, current technologies, and ethical dilemmas facing contemporaryscience. B. Zeiler195. Proseminar. (2 units) Instructor consent. StaffPhilosophy9. Principles of Critical Reasoning. R. JensenPhysics98T. Physics in Your Apartment. Seminar, three hours; outsidestudy, nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement.Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Survey of basic concepts of physics,including mechanics, materials, electromagnetism, and optics.Emphasis on hands-on exploration of physics in everyday life. Studentslearn how to scientifically observe, inquire, and interpret physicalphenomena around them. A. GopalSociology88B. Lower Division Seminar. D. McFarland98T. Nonracialism and Democratization in South Africa. Seminar,three hours; outside study, nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction ofSubject A requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Explorationof development of nonracialism in contributing to successful South Africandemocratization. Investigation of how racial boundaries weredefined and redefined in political struggle and how new “South Africanist”nationalism is emerging through cross-racial organization andalliances. A. EmeryTheaterM193. Art Alive: Art and Performance in the Museum. (Same asHonors Collegium M116.) Offered in collaboration with the Los AngelesCounty Museum of Art (LACMA). Interpretation of art in the collectionthrough acting, dialogues, movement, and music. Research intohistory and art history and production of a creative performance piecerequired. P/NP or letter grading. S. CarusoDistance Learning at <strong>UCLA</strong>Over the past several years, <strong>UCLA</strong> students and faculty have had theopportunity to participate in a number of distance learning courseswith other UC campuses.Each distance learning course is a unique experience involving theexpertise of the instructor, the richness of the subject area, and theadded feature of interaction and true collaboration between studentsfrom one or more locations. These elements provide a truly innovativelearning experience based on sound pedagogy and the effective useof state-of-the-art educational technologies such as two-way videoand audio. Instruction is supported by electronic communication suchas e-mail and web resources, site visits by instructors teaching fromother campuses, and desktop video conferencing for collaborationswith instructors and fellow students from other campuses.Distance learning classrooms are located in 62-073 Center for theHealth Sciences (CHS) and 285 Powell Library. A 40-seat classroomenvironment has been created at the CHS classroom. Powell Libraryoffers a comfortable meeting room for small classes or researchprojects. Instructors and students have the flexibility of media classroomsand real-time interaction with remote sites via the UC VideoconferencingNetwork. <strong>UCLA</strong> students can see and be seen by anumber of remote class sites at once while instruction is providedfrom <strong>UCLA</strong> or other campuses.Students wanting additional information should contact DaytraHansel, Distance Learning Specialist, at (310) 206-7449 or via e-mailat hansel@ucla.eduEducation91B. Child Care: Research, Practice, and Policy. Co-taught between<strong>UCLA</strong> and UCR. L. Stone (<strong>UCLA</strong>), M. Starr (UCR)


40 / Special Programs Winter 1998History233A. Seminar: Russian/Soviet History. Co-taught between <strong>UCLA</strong>and UCR. S. Frank (<strong>UCLA</strong>), G. Michels (UCR)Law267. Indian Law. Co-taught between <strong>UCLA</strong> and UCB. C. Goldberg-Ambrose (<strong>UCLA</strong>)Sociology208A. Social Network Methods. Co-taught between <strong>UCLA</strong>, UCR,and UCSB. P. Bonacich (<strong>UCLA</strong>), B. Hanneman (UCR), N. Friedkin(UCSB), E. Johnsen (UCSB)Field Studies/Internships<strong>UCLA</strong> has an extensive field studies department which provides opportunitiesfor students to link hands-on experience with classroomeducation. Many courses and programs are offered which requirefieldwork in the form of internships, community service, research, orcooperative learning programs. Interested students should visit 80Powell Library (310-825-7867) to set up fieldwork for the courses listedbelow.Communication Studies185. Field Studies in Communication. (2 to 4 units) Limited to juniors/seniors.P/NP grading. M. GregoryDevelopmental Disabilities Immersion Program(DDIP): PsychologyM180A. Contemporary Issues in Mental Retardation. (Same asPsychiatry M180A.) Department consent; limited to Immersion Programstudents. G. GalbraithM181A. Research in Contemporary Problems in Mental Retardation.(Same as Psychiatry M181A.) Department consent; limited toImmersion Program students. In Progress grading. A. Fluharty193. Fieldwork in Psychology. Department consent. P/NP grading.T. MooreEnglish Composition120A/199I. Language Study for Teachers: Elementary School. (4units, 2 units) Department consent. D. Durkin130A/199I. Composition for Teachers: Elementary School. (4units, 2 units) Instructor consent. S. PophamFilm and Television192. Film and Television Internship. (4 to 8 units) Limited to juniors/seniors. D. MannIndependent Field Studies199I. Offered in Afro-American studies, Chicana and Chicano studies,community health sciences, English, history, political science, sociology,and other fields.MedicineM190A. Health Outreach Issues and Interventions for At-RiskPopulations: Prefield Course. (Same as Psychiatry M192A.) Limitedto juniors/seniors; application required; instructor consent. P/NPor letter grading. M. Anderson, T. Kennon, M. Wilkes, B. ZimaM190B. Field Studies Seminar: Health Outreach Issues and Interventions.(2 or 4 units) (Same as Psychiatry M192B.) Requisite:course M190A. Limited to juniors/seniors; application required. P/NPor letter grading. M. Anderson, T. Kennon, M. Wilkes, B. ZimaSociology160. Intergroup Conflict and Prejudice. J. RabowProfessional SchoolsSeminar ProgramProfessional schools seminars are available to all students; however,freshmen and sophomores are preferred. Students receive four unitsof academic credit; enrollment is limited to 15-20 students. For furtherinformation, contact the Professional Schools Seminar Program Office,80 Powell Library, (310) 825-5467.Dentistry98B. Phobias and Experience of Anxiety: Perspectives on Psychologyof Fear. Seminar, three hours; outside study, nine hours.Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement. Phobias representhow people are distressed and disabled by intense fear. Examinationof structure and process of irrational fears of animals, people, andplaces. Discussion of courage and fear reduction strategies. K. MazeyPediatrics98. Ethics, Art, and Science of Medicine. Seminar, three hours;outside study, nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement.Exploration, in a series of seminars modeled on the Socraticmethod, of philosophical and medical literature pertaining tointerrelationship of ethics, conduct, and medicine. Actual case historiesencountered by instructor exemplify dilemmas in question. R.GabrielPsychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences98B. Madness in the Enlightenment: Care and Cure of Mental Illnessin the Age of Reason. Seminar, four hours; outside study, eighthours. Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement. Explorationof writings of physicians and reformers of the Enlightenment whostudied the mentally ill, treated them, and recorded their theories,findings, and recommendations between ca. 1750 and 1850. Topicsinclude impact of “Enlightened” thought on aspects as diverse as hospitalarchitecture, patient management, and legal concepts of insanity.Consideration of seminar theme in context of social, intellectual, andcultural history of the time; comparative study includes Great Britain,France, Germany, Italy, and the U.S. D. Weiner98P. Recovery from Madness. Seminar, four hours; outside study,eight hours. Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement. Onepercent of world’s population suffers from schizophrenia, the mostdisabling of mental disorders. Recent advances in diagnosis, treatment,and rehabilitation have opened pathways to recover from thisbrain disorder. Students share the experience of schizophrenia andtrace biobehavioral stepping stones to overcoming symptoms anddisability through readings, videos, and live interactions with personswho have recovered from this illness. R. Liberman98R. Two Centuries of Psychiatric Thought. Seminar, three hours;outside study, nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement.Examination of key historical events, controversies, andpersonalities, some well-known and others forgotten. Participation inongoing psychiatric history projects that show promise of actually influencingcontemporary neuroscience and conquest of mental illness.A. SattinRadiation Oncology98. Radiation and Medicine. Seminar, three hours; outside study,nine hours. Preparation: satisfaction of Subject A requirement. Biomedicalresearch is transforming medicine from an art to an appliedscience. In radiological sciences, this transformation is affected by introductionof new technologies — computed tomography, magneticresonance, imaging, ultrasonics, positron emission tomography, imageprocessing, etc. — that have increased the usefulness of variousradiations for medical diagnosis and therapy. Introduction to thesenew technologies, to research that drives them, and to analysis of attendantbenefits, costs, and risks. P/NP or letter grading. A. NormanUrban Planning98. Buildings, Open Spaces, and People: Introduction to SitePlanning. Seminar, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Preparation:satisfaction of Subject A requirement, some graphics background.Seminar/studio examining residential and small commercialdevelopment in the city. Analysis of constraints and opportunities ofan existing multiacre site and proceeding to actual hands-on designproposals by student teams. P. Kamnitzer


Winter 1998 41Class ListingsOnline Course Listingshttp:www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/The information in this Schedule of Classes is as current as possibleat publication, but listings are subject to last-minute changes. Accessthe most current Schedule of Classes information and enrollment/wait-liststatus at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/.Many departments also post changes in their offerings at their counselingoffices. Lists of closed, cancelled, and wait-list sections, time/room changes, and added classes are updated nightly online and areavailable in print weekly at the forms area counter next to 1104 MurphyHall during telephone appointment periods.Departments and counselors with access to the Student RecordsSystem (SRS) computer files may be able to provide you with realtimecourse information and the status of classes available duringcounseling sessions.URSA OnLine offers options to view and print your Study List at http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/, and URSA Telephone provides current informationon meeting day/time, location, and exam code information — usethe Study List and Course Information submenu.Course Listing FormatIn the class listing midsection, departments are listed alphabetically,followed by their associated subdepartments or programs in alphabeticalorder. Under each department, course information is presentedin separate columns across the page.CATALOG NUMBERCourses are listed in numerical sequence by course number withineach department or subdepartment. Courses numbered 1-99 are undergraduatelower division, 100-199 are undergraduate upper division,200-299 and 500-599 are graduate level, 300-399 areprofessional teacher training, and 400-499 are other professionalcourses.Concurrently scheduled courses (identified by a capital C before thecourse number) are pairs of courses, usually within a single departmentor program, for which credit is given at both the undergraduateand graduate level. A capital M before the course number indicatesmultiple-listed courses, offered in more than one department andidentified under the course title (e.g., Chemistry M267 — Same asBiol Ch M267).COURSE TITLEThis is the 19-character abbreviation of the course that appears onyour transcript. See the <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog for the full title anddescription of the course.ENF REQ — ENFORCED REQUISITESIndicates courses (by Yes/No) in which undergraduates are preventedfrom enrolling on URSA Telephone if certain requisites have notbeen met (see “Enforced Requisites” in the “Enrollment” section).IM — IMPACTED COURSE (L&S students only)Indicates courses (by Yes if course impacted; blank if not) which L&Sundergraduates are prevented from dropping after the second weekof a term for other than exceptionally extenuating circumstances (see“Impacted Courses” in the “Enrollment” section).ID NUMBERThis is the nine-digit SRS computer identification number which mustbe used for enrolling in a section. Numbers are printed only for theENROLLMENT SECTION of the course. This section controls whetheror not you are officially enrolled in the course. URSA Telephoneprompts you to input the ID NUMBER for the appropriate section forenrollment and tell you if there are multiple parts required (e.g., lectureand discussion). Listen carefully to the instructions. The enrollmentsection is generally the part of the course with the smallestenrollment capacity (discussion, laboratory, quiz, recitation) and isalso called a SECONDARY section. Generally, a lecture, seminar, ortutorial is called a PRIMARY section.CLS TYP — CLASS TYPEClass type may also be called activity type. This column indicates theteaching format of the course, which is defined as follows:1. LEC (Lecture) — Lectures are presented by the instructor with littleor no student participation.2. Several formats involve substantial class participation, and studentsare often involved in the instructional process:DIS (Discussion) REC (Recitation)QIZ (Quiz) LIS (Listening)DEM (Demonstration) SEM (Seminar)3. LAB (Laboratory) — Students carry out experiments with facultysupervision and learn the proper use of equipment and facilities.4. Two formats provide the opportunity for students to develop technicalor creative skills:STD (Studio) ACT (Activity)5. CLI (Clinic) — Students learn professional skills by actual practiceinvolving patients or clients.6. FLD (Fieldwork) — Students participate in field trips in nonclassroomsettings.7. TV (Televised Instruction) — All course material has been prerecorded.8. TUT (Tutorial) — Students meet individually with faculty to reviewwork which each student conducts independently.Schedule Format at a GlanceCOURSE’S NUMBER IN THE<strong>UCLA</strong> GENERAL CATALOGINDICATES REQUISITES AREENFORCED DURING ENROLLMENTI.D. NUMBER USED TOENROLL VIA URSASECTION NUMBERDAY(S) OF WEEK THECLASS MEETSLOCATION OF CLASS MEETINGENROLLMENT CAPACITYCREDIT TYPECATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSABBREVIATED TITLEOF THE COURSETEACHING FORMAT OFINDICATES IF COURSE COURSEIS IMPACTEDTIME OF CLASSMEETINGMATERIALS USE FEENAME OF COURSEINSTRUCTORFINAL EXAM CODEUNIT VALUE OR VALUERANGE OF COURSE


42 / Class Listings Winter 1998SEC — SECTION NUMBERA course may have multiple class types which must be taken together(e.g., lecture and discussion; lecture and laboratory). These classtypes are linked by the software and are identified by the sequenceprinted and numbering schemes described below:1. Primary (lecture, seminar) sections are numbered sequentially(1-99). If a course has secondary sections belonging to a specificprimary section (i.e., a compound class), they are numbered withthe corresponding primary section number followed by a letter (Ato Z). For example, for Chem 11A lecture section 1, you mustchoose from discussion sections 1A to 1Z. The class is listed as:11A GENERAL CHEMISTRY ----------- LEC 1142-081-201 DIS 1A142-081-202 DIS 1B----------- LEC 2142-081-221 DIS 2A142-081-222 DIS 2B2. Any section type which may be associated with several othersection types is indicated by the section number prefixed with acapital M. Combinations includea. A course with secondary (discussion, laboratory, quiz) sectionsassociated with any of several primary sections (e.g.,Chinese 2).b. A course with multiple primary (lecture) sections and multiplesecondary (both laboratory and discussion required) sections,with the laboratory section associated with any of theprimary sections, such as Physics 6. These courses mayhave text which identifies the section type (lecture, laboratory,discussion), which is the ENROLLMENT SECTION.FEE — MATERIALS USE FEEThis fee is assessed in addition to your term fees for each course inwhich you are enrolled as of the fourth week of classes and appearson your BAR statement. For multiple-part class series (e.g., lecture,lab, discussion), the fee is listed with the primary section only. It coversthe price of materials and supplies used in the course.DAYSDays of the week are abbreviated as follows:M — MondayT — TuesdayW — WednesdayR — ThursdayF — FridayS — SaturdayU — SundayTBA — To be arranged (time was not available at publication;contact the instructor or department)UNSCHED — No regular meeting time (consult the instructor)TIMECourses begin and end at the time listed. Minimum class meetingtime is 50 minutes. Sometimes sections have more than one meetingtime, which are listed on separate lines.BUILDING/ROOMThis is the meeting location of the section, with the building name abbreviationlisted first and then the room number. Multiple meeting locationsare listed on separate lines.LS 2142 — Life Sciences 2142MS 4000A — Math Sciences 4000APUB POL 1343 — Public Policy Building 1343See the “Campus Map” and the alphabetical Buildings list later in thissection for building names and locations.INSTRUCTORThe faculty member responsible for the course is listed with lastname and first initial. If “The Staff” is listed, the instructor was not assignedas of publication date. URSA Telephone spells out instructors’names.ENRL CAP — ENROLLMENT CAPACITYThis indicates the number of students allowed to enroll in the section,subject to departmental change. When you attempt to enroll and thecapacity is full, you are informed of the wait-list size and your possiblewait-list position.XC — EXAMINATION CODEThe code number indicates the examination period for the course final,which is generally based on the meeting time of the lecture section(see “Final Examinations” later in this section). Examination codeinformation is available through URSA Telephone. Be sure to checkyour examination codes prior to finals week.Do not enroll in courses with meeting time conflicts as this also createsan examination time conflict. You must discuss any conflict withboth instructors and may have to change sections to avoid the conflictor drop the course. It is entirely within the discretion of facultymembers to establish ground rules for attendance, missed examinations,and late term papers (or any other means of evaluation for thecourse).CR TP — CREDIT TYPEThe following grading detail codes are used:1. G — Letter grade only2. PN — Passed/Not Passed3. SU — Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory4. T1, T2, T3, T4 — A two-, three-, or four-term course (In Progress)in which no credit is granted until the completion of the series.5. TP — A multiterm course with a final grade of Passed or NotPassed.6. TS — A multiterm course with a final grade of Satisfactory orUnsatisfactory.UNITSUnit value is the workload credit given for the course, which is generallythe same as credit toward a degree, except that some courses(e.g., English A, AP, 2P, 3P) may have less degree credit and/or nocredit toward a degree (check the course description in the <strong>UCLA</strong>General Catalog). The unit value of a multiple-part class series islisted with the primary section.RESTRICT — RESTRICTIONSCourse restrictions print on the line following the section entrywhen enrollment is restricted to certain designations of students:1. Department Consent or Instructor Consent. A PTE # or anapproved PTE form is required. NOTE: Consent of departmentor instructor is no longer listed in the course description in the<strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog. Such a restriction is subject to changeby individual instructors and is only noted in the Schedule ofClasses.2. Level. Only students as indicated by the class level may enroll.(If the restriction is satisfied, a PTE # or an approved PTE form isnot required when the section capacity has available spaces.)Levels are indicated as follows:FR — Freshmen onlySO — Sophomores and aboveJR — Juniors and aboveSR — Seniors and aboveGR — Graduate students onlySee “Class Levels” in the “Academic Policies” section for unitbreakdown for each level.3. College and/or Major. Only students with the noted college and/or major(s) may enroll. (If the restriction is satisfied, a PTE # oran approved PTE form is not required when the section capacityhas available spaces.) Thus, if a restriction reads “MATH/APP,ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON,” the course is restricted to thespecified majors.


Winter 1998 Class Listings / 43University BuildingsBelow is an alphabetical list of building abbreviations found in theclass listings.ASHE Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness CenterAUAckerman Student UnionBOELTER Boelter HallBOTANY BotanyBRADLEY Bradley International CenterBRIBrain Research InstituteBUNCHE Bunche HallCAMPBEL Campbell HallCOLLINS Collins Center for Executive EducationCORNELL Cornell HallCOVEL Covel Commons (formerly Sunset Village Commons)DANCE Dance BuildingDENT Dentistry, School ofDICKSON Dickson Art CenterDODD Dodd HallENGR I Engineering IENGR IV Engineering IVENTRPNR Entrepreneurs HallFACTOR Factor Health Sciences BuildingFERNALD Fernald CenterFIELD FieldFOWLER Fowler Museum of Cultural HistoryFRANZ Franz HallGEOLOGY Geology BuildingGOLD Gold HallGSEIS Education and Information Studies BuildingHAINES Haines HallJLNRC Jerry Lewis Neuromuscular Research CenterJSEI Jules Stein Eye InstituteKHKerckhoff HallKINSEY Kinsey HallKNUDSEN Knudsen HallKORN Korn Convocation HallLAW Law BuildingLSLife SciencesMACDNLD MacDonald Research LaboratoriesMACGOWAN Macgowan HallMBIMolecular Biology InstituteMDCC Davies Children's CenterMELNITZ Melnitz HallMGMen's GymnasiumMOL SCI Molecular Sciences BuildingMOORE Moore HallMP 100 Medical Plaza 100MP 200 Medical Plaza 200MP 300 Medical Plaza 300MSMathematical SciencesMURPHY Murphy Hall (Administration)NO FAC No facilityNPI&H Neuropsychiatric Institute and HospitalOFF CAM Off campusPERLOFF Perloff HallPL PH Plant PhysiologyPOWELL Powell LibraryPUB HLT Public Health, School ofPUB POL Public Policy BuildingRES LIB Research LibraryRNRC Reed Neurological Research CenterROLFE Rolfe HallROSNFLD Rosenfeld LibraryROYCE Royce HallSHSchoenberg HallSLICHTER Slichter HallSPROUL Sproul HallSunset Village Commons (see Covel Commons)UES University Elementary SchoolURL University Research LibraryWARREN Warren HallWGYOUNG Young HallWOODEN Wooden Recreation and Sports CenterSummer Sessions<strong>UCLA</strong>Enrollment for Summer Sessions begins in March!Summer Sessions ContactInformation1147 Murphy Hall9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays(310) 794-8333Fax: (310) 794-8160E-mail: summer@ucla.eduhttp://www.saonet.ucla.edu/summer1998 Summer Sessions DatesSession A – June 29 to August 7Session B – July 20 to August 28Session C – August 4 to September 12URSA Telephone Registration<strong>UCLA</strong> students can register for all threesummer sessions using URSA Telephone(310-208-0425) starting March 4,1998.Spring 1998 Schedule ofClassesSummer Sessions classes for 1998 willbe listed in a special section of the springquarter Schedule of Classes (available atthe <strong>UCLA</strong> Store). This will include thecourse I.D. numbers and may be used toenroll via URSA TelephoneClass Listings on the WorldWide Web and OrionSummer Sessions classes for 1998 willbe listed in a special section of the springquarter Schedule of Classes (available atthe <strong>UCLA</strong> Store). This will include thecourse I.D. numbers and may be used toenroll via URSA TelephoneIntensive Foreign LanguageCoursesEach summer, several foreign languagesare taught in an intensive format allowingcompletion of the one-year languagerequirement during a single summer.Overseas ProgramsFull-credit academic programs are beingoffered this summer in England, France,Germany, Greece, Hawaii, Italy, Japan,and Spain. Some also include visits toneighboring countries. For furtherinformation, call Dr. John Accomando at(310) 794-8307)EnrollmentSummer enrollment is on a first-come,first-served basis. Some courses, suchas laboratory courses, have limitedenrollment, so enroll early.


44 / Class Listings Winter 1998Winter 1998 Final Examination Chart8-11 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.3-6 p.m. 6:30-9:30 p.m.Saturday, March 21 26 27 28 29Sunday, March 22 31 32 33 34Monday, March 23 9 4 6 21Tuesday, March 24 3 7 11 22Wednesday, March 25 2 5 14 23Thursday, March 26 15 8 12 24Friday, March 27 13 1 16 25Final ExaminationsFinal examinations, unless otherwise announced by the instructor,are held in the same room as class meetings. Examination codes arelisted following each course in this booklet, in the Study List selectionson URSA Telephone and URSA OnLine (see “URSA” section),on the web and ORION (see “<strong>UCLA</strong> Online” section), and on all computerizedEnrollment Summary reports.An instructor’s method of evaluation must be announced at the beginningof the course. Final written examinations may not exceedthree hours’ duration and are given only at the times and places establishedand published by the department chair and the <strong>Registrar</strong>’sOffice (Senate Regulation A-332A). No student shall be excusedfrom assigned final examinations except as provided in the followingparagraphs.Policy on Alternate Examination DatesIn compliance with Section 92640(a) of the California EducationCode, the University must accommodate requests for alternate examinationdates at a time when that activity would not violate a student’sreligious creed. This requirement does not apply in the eventthat administering the test or examination at an alternate time wouldimpose an undue hardship which could not reasonably be avoided.Accommodation for alternate examination dates are worked out directlyand on an individual basis between the student and the facultymember involved.1. In general, students should make such requests of the instructorduring the first two weeks of any given academic term, or assoon as possible after a particular examination date is announcedby the instructor.2. Students unable to reach a satisfactory arrangement with theirinstructor should contact the Campus Ombuds Office, 1172 CareerCenter, or the Office of the Dean of Students, 1206 MurphyHall, for assistance.3. Instructors who have questions or who wish to verify the natureof the religious event or practice involved should contact theCampus Ombuds Office or the Office of the Dean of Students forassistance.This policy has been reviewed and approved by the Academic SenateUndergraduate Council. Faculty members should remember thatwhile it is fully in their discretion to make arrangements with individualstudents for alternate examination times, including final examinations,faculty members must conduct the scheduled final examinationfor the class as a whole at the times and places established by thedepartment chair and the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office.1 Friday, March 27, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.2 Wednesday, March 25, 8-11 a.m.3 Tuesday, March 24, 8-11 p.m.4 Monday, March 23, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m5 Wednesday, March 25, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m6 Monday March 23, 3-6 p.m.7 Tuesday, March 24, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m8 Thursday, March 26, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.9 Monday, March 23, 8-11 a.m.11 Tuesday, March 24, 3-6 p.m.12 Thursday, March 26, 3-6 p.m.13 Friday, March 27, 8-11 a.m.14 Wednesday, March 25, 3-6 p.m.15 Thursday, March 26, 8-11 a.m.16 Friday, March 27, 3-6 p.m.20 To be arranged by instructor, if required21 Monday, March 23, 6:30-9:30 p.m.22 Tuesday, March 24, 6:30-9:30 p.m.23 Wednesday, March 25, 6:30-9:30 p.m.24 Thursday, March 26, 6:30-9:30 p.m.25 Friday, March 27, 6:30-9:30 p.m.26 Saturday, March 21, 8-11 a.m.27 Saturday, March 21, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.28 Saturday, March 21, 3-6 p.m.29 Saturday, March 21, 6:30-9:30 p.m.30 Consult instructor for method of evaluation31 Sunday, March 22, 8-11 a.m.32 Sunday, March 22, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.33 Sunday, March 22, 3-6 p.m.34 Sunday, March 22, 6:30-9:30 p.m.


WINTER 1998 ANTHROPOLOGY / 45Winter 1998 Class ListingsThe Schedule of Classes is online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule and has updates posted nightly.CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSAEROSPACE STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Classes are open to all university students, not just those in ROTC. Prerequisites may be waived by permission from the instructor.Z LEADERSHIP LAB N 102-005-200 LAB 1 T 2:00- 2:50P FOWLER A103B KIMBLE, K.A. 100 30 0.01B THE AIR FORCE TODAY N 102-046-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 1:50P MG 133 WILCOXSON, D.L. 20 30 2.020B THE AIR FORCE WAY N 102-105-200 LEC 1 T 12:00-12:50P MG 133 TERRELL, D.L. 15 30 2.0130B AIR FRCE MGT&LDRSHP N 102-399-200 SEM 1 T 11:00- 1:50P MG 201 KIMBLE, K.A. 15 30 4.0140B PREP-ACTIVE DUTY N 102-443-200 SEM 1 T 8:00-10:50A MG 201 WILCOXSON, D.L. 10 30 4.0AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Center for Afro-American Studies, 160 Haines Hall.C101 TPCS-AFRO-AMER STDS N 104-305-200 SEM 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3150 VONBLUM, W.P. 15 30 4.0Afro-American C101, seminar 1: Paul Robeson104-305-201 SEM 2 T 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3106 SILOS, M. 10 03 4.0Afro-American C101, seminar 2: Tuskegee to the Bell Curve: Race and the Politics of Knowledge104-305-202 SEM 3 MW 10:00-11:50A DODD 170 SHARPE, J.A. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEAfro-American C101, seminar 3: Tuskegee to the Bell Curve: Race and the Politics of KnowledgeM103B AFR AM-MNSTRL-MUSCL N 104-311-200 LEC 1 F 12:00- 2:50P MACGOWN 1330 ROBINSON, B.J. 5 07 G 4.0SAME AS : THEATER M103BM145 ELLINGTONIA N 104-465-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P SH 1439 BURRELL, K.E. 45 16 4.0SAME AS : ETHNOMU M111RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEM166 BLACK ENGLISH N 104-685-200 LEC 1 MW 9:30-10:45A HAINES 18 SIDNELL, J.P. 40 02 G 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M145M200A ADV HIST AFRO AMRCN N 504-010-200 SEM 1 TBA THE STAFF 5 20 4.0SAME AS : HIST M200VM200E STDS-AFRO-AMER LIT N 504-014-200 LEC 1 M 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3112 YARBOROUGH, R.A. 6 30 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M262RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC201 TPCS-AFRO-AMER STDS N 504-016-200 SEM 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3150 VONBLUM, W.P. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSAfro-American C201, seminar 1: Paul Robeson504-016-201 SEM 2 T 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3106 SILOS, M. 5 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSAfro-American C201, seminar 2: Tuskegee to the Bell Curve: Race and the Politics of KnowledgeAMERICAN INDIAN STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the American Indian Studies Center, 3220 Campbell Hall.10 AMERICN INDIAN STDS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 2 GOLDBERG/CHAMPAGNE 90 14 4.0105-030-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2135 30 0.0105-030-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1264 30 0.0105-030-203 DIS 1C R 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 365 30 0.0197 AMERICN INDIAN STDS N 105-870-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:20P BUNCHE 3156 NABOKOV, P. 20 06 4.0American Indian Studies 197: American Indian FolkloreM200A ADV HIST-AMRCN INDN N 505-010-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3169 ARNOLD, D. 5 30 4.0SAME AS : HIST M200WRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTAmerican Indian M200A: Advanced American Indian HistoriographyM200B CULT VWS-NATV AMRCN N 505-015-200 SEM 1 W 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3112 LINCOLN, K.R. 6 02 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M266RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM228 TRIBAL LEGAL SYSTMS N 505-168-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 6:00P LAW GOLDBERG, C.E. 10 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 505-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED GOLDBERG, C.E. 5 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSANTHROPOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.7 HUMAN EVOLUTION N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A HAINES 39 MANSON, J.H. 425 03 4.0111-103-201 DIS 1A M 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-202 DIS 1B M 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-203 DIS 1C M 11:00-11:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-204 DIS 1D T 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-205 DIS 1E T 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-206 DIS 1F T 10:00-10:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-207 DIS 1G T 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


46 / ANTHROPOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS111-103-208 DIS 1H W 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 350 MANSON, J.H. 17 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT111-103-209 DIS 1I T 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-210 DIS 1J W 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-211 DIS 1K W 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-212 DIS 1L W 11:00-11:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-213 DIS 1M W 12:00-12:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-214 DIS 1N R 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-215 DIS 1O R 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-216 DIS 1P R 10:00-10:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-217 DIS 1Q R 11:00-11:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-218 DIS 1R R 12:00-12:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-219 DIS 1S R 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-220 DIS 1T R 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-221 DIS 1U R 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-222 DIS 1V F 11:00-11:50A HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-223 DIS 1W F 12:00-12:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-224 DIS 1X F 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 350 17 0.0111-103-225 DIS 1Y F 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 350 17 0.09 CULTURE AND SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A FOWLER A103B HOLLAN, D.W. 204 12 4.0111-110-201 DIS 1A M 10:00-10:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-110-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-110-203 DIS 1C T 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-110-204 DIS 1D T 11:00-11:50A HAINES 312 16 0.0111-110-205 DIS 1E T 12:00-12:50P HAINES 312 16 0.0111-110-206 DIS 1F R 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 312 16 0.0111-110-207 DIS 1G R 11:00-11:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-110-208 DIS 1H T 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 312 HOLLAN, D.W. 16 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT111-110-209 DIS 1I R 12:00-12:50P HAINES 312 16 0.0111-110-210 DIS 1J R 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 312 16 0.0111-110-211 DIS 1K F 11:00-11:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-110-212 DIS 1L F 12:00-12:50P HAINES 312 16 0.0111-110-213 DIS 1M F 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 312 16 0.012 HMN EVLTN-COMP ANLY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A HAINES 39 KENNEDY, G.E. 208 04 4.0111-128-201 DIS 1A M 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-202 DIS 1B M 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-203 DIS 1C M 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-204 DIS 1D T 11:00-11:50A HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-205 DIS 1E T 12:00-12:50P HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-206 DIS 1F T 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-207 DIS 1G W 10:00-10:50A HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-208 DIS 1H M 12:00-12:50P HAINES 350 KENNEDY, G.E. 16 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT111-128-209 DIS 1I W 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-210 DIS 1J W 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-211 DIS 1K F 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-212 DIS 1L F 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 350 16 0.0111-128-213 DIS 1M F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 350 16 0.033 CULTURE&COMMUNICATN N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P FOWLER A103B DURANTI, A. 208 13 4.0111-160-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 312 16 0.0111-160-202 DIS 1B T 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 312 16 0.0111-160-203 DIS 1C T 10:00-10:50A HAINES 312 16 0.0111-160-204 DIS 1D W 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 312 16 0.0111-160-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 312 16 0.0111-160-206 DIS 1F R 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-160-207 DIS 1G R 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-160-208 DIS 1H T 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 360A DURANTI, A. 16 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT111-160-209 DIS 1I R 10:00-10:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-160-210 DIS 1J R 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-160-211 DIS 1K F 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-160-212 DIS 1L F 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0111-160-213 DIS 1M F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 360A 16 0.0114R ANC CIV-ANDEAN S AM N 111-436-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P FOWLER A139 DONNAN, C.B. 65 14 4.0M115A HIST ARCHEOL-WORLD N 111-421-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:15P FOWLER A139 POSNANSKY, M. 40 04 4.0SAME AS : HIST M103AC115R STRATEGY OF ARCHEOL N 111-440-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P FOWLER A204 STANISH, C.S. 12 08 G 4.0117P INTENSV LAB-ARCHLGY N 111-445-200 LAB 1 W 2:00- 4:50P FOWLER A312 BEAUDRY-CORBETT, M 8 30 4.0Anthropology 117P: Ceramic Analysis121B AUSTRALOPITHECINES N 111-460-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:15P FOWLER A139 COFFING-QUIN, K.E. 65 07 4.0128A PRIM BEH NONHUM-HUM N 111-508-200 LEC 1 MW 9:30-10:45A FOWLER A139 PERRY, S.D. 65 02 4.0130 STUDY OF CULTURE N 111-516-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A FOWLER A139 TAMANOI, M. 65 11 4.0M134 CLTR CNSTRCT-GENDER N 111-550-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P FOWLER A139 HAMMOND, P.B. 50 13 4.0SAME AS : LGBS M134M140 LANGUAGE IN CULTURE Y 111-579-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 18 GOODWIN, M.H. 65 14 4.0SAME AS : LING M146142A MICROETHNOG-COMNCTN Y 111-584-200 LEC 1 MW 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 360A SIDNELL, J.P. 15 05 4.0M145 BLACK ENGLISH N 111-597-200 LEC 1 MW 9:30-10:45A HAINES 18 SIDNELL, J.P. 65 02 G 4.0SAME AS : AFRO-AM M166150 STUDY-SOCIAL SYSTMS N 111-634-200 LEC 1 MW 12:30- 1:45P FOWLER A139 YAN, Y. 65 05 4.0M154Q GENDR SYSTMS-GLOBAL N 111-663-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 118 HALE, S. 50 12 4.0SAME AS : WOMEN M154QM168 HLTH-CULTRE&SOCIETY N 111-727-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P FOWLER A139 GARRO, L.C. 65 16 4.0SAME AS : NURSING M158Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ART / 47CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSC169R NATIVE AMER REMAINS N 111-724-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-11:50A HAINES 360A THORNTON, R. 15 02 4.0171 SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA N 111-732-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A FOWLER A139 SIMONS, A. 65 12 4.0172B CHANGE-NATV N AMRCN Y 111-737-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P FOWLER A139 THORNTON, R. 65 15 G 4.0M196A URBAN POVERTY RSRCH N 111-844-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 360A VIGIL, J.D. 10 16 4.0SAME AS : SOCIOL M196ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT197HA BEGINNING SEMINAR N 111-846-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 312 JOHNSON, A.W. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT197HD WRITING FOR ANTHRO N 111-387-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 312 LEVINE, N. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT197K SLCTD TOPICS-ANTHRO N 111-839-200 SEM 1 W 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 312 HAMMOND, P.B. 12 06 2.0- 4.0Anthropology 197K: Masculinities: The Cultural Construction of Gender and Sexuality200B PRACTICE OF ANTHRO N 511-002-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 6:50P HAINES 312 SILK, J.B. 15 30 TS 2.0RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSM201B GRAD CORE SEM-ARCHL N 511-005-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P FOWLER A204 CARTER, E.F. 8 30 6.0SAME AS : ARCHEOL M201BRESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS203B SOCIOCULTURL ANTHRO N 511-020-200 SEM 1 F 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 312 LEVINE, N. 15 20 4.0204 COR SEM-LING ANTHRO N 511-031-200 SEM 1 F 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 360A DURANTI, A. 15 07 4.0RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSM212S SPECL TOPCS-ARCHEOL N 511-051-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P FOWLER A312 BEAUDRY-CORBETT, M 5 30 6.0SAME AS : ARCHEOL M205RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSAnthropology M212S: Ceramic AnalysisC215R STRATEGY OF ARCHEOL N 511-073-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P FOWLER A204 STANISH, C.S. 6 08 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS220 CURR PROB-BIOL ANTH N 511-083-200 SEM 1 T 11:00- 1:50P HAINES 360A COFFING-QUIN, K.E. 20 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSAnthropology 220: Darwin’s CornerstonesM229B REPROD&FAMILY&PARNT N 511-100-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 5:50P DODD 67 BLURTONJONES, N.G. 12 08 4.0SAME AS : EDUC M281B, PSYCTRY M279BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM234Q PSYCHOLOGCAL ANTHRO N 511-149-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 312 EDGERTON, R.B. 12 16 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M272RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM234T ANTHRO-HUMAN BODY N 511-147-200 SEM 1 F 9:00-11:50A HAINES 312 BROWNER, C. 12 03 G 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M282RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM236P CRS-CLT-SCLZTN&CHLD N 511-155-200 LEC 1 R 9:00-11:50A HAINES 312 WEISNER, T.S. 12 12 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M214RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS242 ETHNGRPHY-COMMUNCTN N 511-169-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 360A GOODWIN, M.H. 20 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250 SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY N 511-195-200 LEC 1 W 10:00-12:50P HAINES 312 FISKE, A.P. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSAnthropology 250: Forms of ExplanationC269R NATIVE AMER REMAINS N 511-291-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-11:50A HAINES 360A THORNTON, R. 5 02 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS271 CONTMP PROBS-AFRICA N 511-368-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 360A HALE, S. 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS285P ANTHRO&ARCHEOL THRY N 511-450-200 SEM 1 F 1:00- 3:50P FOWLER A204 LESURE, R.G. 20 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSARCHAEOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Archaeology Program, A-148 Fowler Building.For more information on the Department of Archaeology, you may e-mail hgirey@ucla.eduM201B GRAD CORE SEM-ARCHL N 515-031-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P FOWLER A204 CARTER, E.F. 10 30 6.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M201BRESTRICT: ARCHAEOLOGY MAJORSM205 SPECL TOPCS-ARCHEOL N 515-051-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P FOWLER A312 BEAUDRY-CORBETT, M 5 30 6.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M212SRESTRICT: ARCHAEOLOGY MAJORSArcheology M205: Ceramic AnalysisARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGNPlease consult the administrative office in the Department of Architecture and Urban Design for the latest version of the schedule of classes. An updated schedule is also available on ourhomepage.194A HIST-ARCH&URBN DSGN N 114-860-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:45A PERLOFF REESE, C.M. 50 30 G 4.0ART1A DRAWING N 119-001-200 STU 1 TR 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 8245 DRUCKER, B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS1B SCULPTURE N 119-002-200 STU 1 MW 8:00-11:50A DICKSON 1356 ISERMANN, J.A. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS119-002-201 STU 2 TR 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 1356 RUBINS, N.J. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS11A PAINTING N 119-016-200 STU 1 TR 8:00-11:50A DICKSON 8275 SUGGS, D.D. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS119-016-201 STU 2 TR 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 8275 SUGGS, D.D. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS11B PHOTOGRAPHY N 119-017-200 STU 1 TR 8:00-11:50A DICKSON 1229H 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


48 / ART HISTORY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS11D NEW GENRES N 119-019-200 STU 1 TR 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 3239 MC CARTHY, P.D. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS11E CERAMICS N 119-020-200 STU 1 MW 8:00-11:50A DICKSON 1441 15 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS119-020-201 STU 2 MW 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 1441 15 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS32 SURVEY-CRIT THOUGHT N 119-112-200 DIS 1 F 1:00- 3:50P DICKSON 4230 CRANSTON, M. 35 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS100 ISSUES-CONTEMP ART N 119-300-200 DIS 1 F 9:00-11:50A DICKSON 4257 CARSON, J.C. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE130 ADVANCED DRAWING N 119-624-200 STU 1 MW 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 8245 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE133 ADVANCED PAINTING N 119-634-200 STU 1 MW 8:00-11:50A DICKSON 7265 HERMAN, R.R. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE119-634-201 STU 2 TR 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 7209 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE137 ADVANCED NEW GENRES N 119-641-200 STU 1 TR 8:00-11:50A DICKSON 3213 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE145 ADVANCED SCULPTURE N 119-654-200 STU 1 MW 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 1356 ISERMANN, J.A. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE147 ADVANCED PHOTOGRPHY N 119-657-200 STU 1 MW 8:00-11:50A DICKSON 1229H BERNARD, C. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE119-657-201 STU 2 MW 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 1229H FISHER, M.H. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE148 ADVANCED CERAMICS N 119-650-200 STU 1 TR 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 1441 SAXE, A.A. 15 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE150 SENIOR STUDIO N 119-665-200 STU 1 TR 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 1229H WELLING, J. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & SENIORS AND ABOVE119-665-201 STU 2 MW 1:00- 4:50P DICKSON 3213 BALDESSARI, J.A. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: ART MAJORS & SENIORS AND ABOVE197 HONORS COURSE N 119-891-200 TUT 1 TBA KELLY, M. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT271 PAINTING N 519-365-200 STU 1 TBA HERMAN, R.R. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT519-365-201 STU 2 TBA DRUCKER, B. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT519-365-202 STU 3 TBA HALLEY, P. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT519-365-203 STU 4 TBA HALLEY, P. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT273 GRADUATE SCULPTURE N 519-375-200 STU 1 TBA RUBINS, N.J. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT274 PHOTOGRAPHY N 519-380-200 STU 1 TBA WELLING, J. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT519-380-201 STU 2 TBA WEINSTOCK, J.B. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT275 NEW GENRE N 519-385-200 STU 1 TBA BURDEN, C.L. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT519-385-201 STU 2 TBA MC CARTHY, P.D. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT276 GRAD GROUP CRITIQUE N 519-390-200 DIS 1 TBA PITTMAN, L.G. 10 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT519-390-201 DIS 2 TBA RAY, C.R. 10 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT277 GRADUATE CERAMICS N 519-395-200 STU 1 TBA SAXE, A.A. 10 30 G 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT280 GRAD SEMINAR IN ART N 519-411-200 SEM 1 TBA KELLY, M. 10 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 519-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED KELLY, M. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTART HISTORYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.51 MEDIEVAL ART N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P DICKSON 2160E ZEITLER, B. 225 13 0.0118-255-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P DODD 220 15 4.0118-255-202 DIS 1B T 2:00- 2:50P DODD 220 15 4.0118-255-203 DIS 1C T 3:00- 3:50P DODD 220 15 4.0118-255-204 DIS 1D W 8:00- 8:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-255-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-255-206 DIS 1F W 10:00-10:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-255-207 DIS 1G R 1:00- 1:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-208 DIS 1H R 2:00- 2:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-209 DIS 1I R 3:00- 3:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-210 DIS 1J F 12:00-12:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-211 DIS 1K F 1:00- 1:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-212 DIS 1L F 8:00- 8:50A DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-213 DIS 1M F 9:00- 9:50A DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-214 DIS 1N F 10:00-10:50A DODD 275 15 4.0118-255-215 DIS 1O F 11:00-11:50A DODD 275 15 4.056B INTR TO CHINESE ART N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P DICKSON 2160E THE STAFF 270 14 0.0118-282-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-282-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 4:50P DODD 220 15 4.0118-282-203 DIS 1C T 5:00- 5:50P DODD 220 15 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES / 49CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS118-282-204 DIS 1D W 11:00-11:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-205 DIS 1E W 12:00-12:50P DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-206 DIS 1F W 1:00- 1:50P DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-207 DIS 1G W 8:00- 8:50A DODD 275 15 4.0118-282-208 DIS 1H W 9:00- 9:50A DODD 275 15 4.0118-282-209 DIS 1I W 10:00-10:50A DODD 220 15 4.0118-282-210 DIS 1J R 4:00- 4:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-282-211 DIS 1K R 2:00- 2:50P DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-212 DIS 1L R 5:00- 5:50P DODD 275 15 4.0118-282-213 DIS 1M F 8:00- 8:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-214 DIS 1N F 9:00- 9:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-215 DIS 1O F 10:00-10:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-216 DIS 1P F 11:00-11:50A DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-217 DIS 1Q F 12:00-12:50P DODD 52 15 4.0118-282-218 DIS 1R F 1:00- 1:50P DODD 52 15 4.0M102H LATE ROMAN ART N 118-519-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A DODD 161 DOWNEY, S.B. 15 03 4.0SAME AS : CLASSIC M153HC103A MUSEUM STUDIES N 118-318-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P DODD 275 PREZIOSI, D.A. 15 15 4.0T 3:30- 5:50P DODD 161106B ITAL-QUATTROCENTO N 118-531-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P DODD 161 WOODS-MARSDEN, J.C 65 14 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT110A EUROP ART-19TH CENT N 118-542-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A DODD 161 BOIME, A.I. 85 30 4.0110D CONTEMPORARY ART N 118-545-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A DODD 275 KWON, M. 35 12 4.0C112B AMRCN ART 1860-1900 N 118-556-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P DODD 161 WHITING, C.M. 65 05 4.0C115C ADV JAPANESE ART N 118-569-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A DODD 275 MCCALLUM, D.F. 34 30 4.0C117A PRE-CLMBIAN ART-MEX N 118-583-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P DODD 275 KLEIN, C.F. 34 13 4.0118E ADV NON-WESTERN ART N 118-592-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P DODD 161 CAMERON, E.L. 75 09 4.0127 UNDERGRAD SEMINAR N 118-635-200 SEM 1 R 3:00- 5:50P DODD 52 BOIME, A.I. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT118-635-201 SEM 2 W 12:00- 2:50P DODD 275 KOMOROFF, L. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT118-635-202 SEM 3 T 4:00- 5:50P DODD 52 ZEITLER, B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT118-635-203 SEM 4 R 3:00- 4:50P DODD 220 THE STAFF 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT197 HONORS COURSE N 118-870-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED BOIME, A.I. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT200 THEORIES&METHODLGYS N 518-001-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P DODD 221A PREZIOSI, D.A. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS201 HISTORIOG ART HIST N 518-008-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 6:50P DODD 52 WOODS-MARSDEN, J.C 8 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS518-008-201 SEM 2 UNSCHED DODD DOWNEY, S.B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS202 TOPICS-THEORY&CRIT N 518-017-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 3:50P DODD 52 BIERMAN, I.A. 7 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC203A MUSEUM STUDIES N 518-025-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P DODD 275 PREZIOSI, D.A. 5 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC212B AMRCN ART 1860-1900 N 518-097-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P DODD 161 WHITING, C.M. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS213 ADV STD-ISLAMIC ART N 518-105-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 3:50P DODD 52 BIERMAN, I.A. 8 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS217 PRIMITIVISM AND ART N 518-136-000 LEC 1 T 2:00- 3:50P DODD 52 KLEIN, C.F. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC218A PRE-CLMBIAN ART-MEX N 518-147-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P DODD 275 KLEIN, C.F. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS221 TOPCS-CLASSICAL ART N 518-168-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 2:50P DODD 52 DOWNEY, S.B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS230 ITALIAN RENAISSANCE N 518-240-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 6:50P DODD 52 WOODS-MARSDEN, J.C 7 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM241B SEM-MODERN EUROPEAN N 518-329-200 SEM 1 TBA SILVERMAN, D.L. 5 30 T2 4.0SAME AS : HIST M230BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT253 MODERN ART N 518-424-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P DODD 221A KWON, M. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT255 AMERICAN ART N 518-440-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 4:50P DODD 220 WHITING, C.M. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS260A INDIAN ART N 518-481-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 3:50P DODD 221A BROWN, R.L. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS260B CHINESE ART N 518-482-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 4:50P DODD 220 THE STAFF 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS260C JAPANESE ART N 518-483-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 4:50P DODD 275 MCCALLUM, D.F. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 518-960-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED BROWN, R.L. 15 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: ART HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS & GRADUATE STUDENTSARTS AND ARCHITECTURE100 TOPICS IN THE ARTS N 122-300-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 3:50P DICKSON 207 WINTER, R.S. 16 15 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTASIAN AMERICAN STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Asian American Studies Center, 3232 Campbell Hall.100A INTRO ASIA-AM STUDY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A LS 2147 SHRAKE, E.K. 160 12 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


50 / ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS121-448-201 DIS 1A M 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2174 18 0.0121-448-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2174 18 0.0121-448-203 DIS 1C T 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1270 18 0.0121-448-204 DIS 1D W 10:00-10:50A 17 0.0121-448-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3156 18 0.0121-448-206 DIS 1F R 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 289 18 0.0121-448-207 DIS 1G F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 146 18 0.0121-448-208 DIS 1H F 11:00-11:50A HAINES 146 18 0.0121-448-209 DIS 1I F 1:00- 1:50P CAMPBEL 2226 17 0.0107 VIDEO ETHNOGRAPHY N 121-689-200 LEC 1 R 12:00- 2:50P NAKAMURA, R.A. 15 16 G 4.0M112B ASIA AM LIT-1980 ON N 121-698-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 329 LOUIE, D.W. 20 07 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M102B115 ASIAN AMERICN WOMEN N 121-700-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A ROLFE 3134 MATSUMOTO, V.J. 30 12 4.0M117 ASIA AMRC&MNTL HLTH N 121-702-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BOELTER 3400 TAKEUCHI, D. 60 14 4.0SAME AS : PSYCH M107M129A ASIAN PCFC ISLANDRS N 121-713-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 31235 KAGAWA SINGER, M. 20 30 G 4.0SAME AS : COM HLT M140130A PILPNO AMRCN EXPRNC N 121-714-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1246 THE STAFF 100 07 4.0130E CHINESE AMERCN HIST N 121-718-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P PUB POL 1234 LEE, E.L. 100 16 4.0M132A KOREAN AMERICAN LIT N 121-720-200 SEM 1 TR 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 2160 SHIH, S. 15 13 4.0SAME AS : COM LIT M168M132B CHIN IMGRNT LIT&FLM N 121-722-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P BUNCHE 3211 SHIH, S. 15 15 4.0SAME AS : CHINESE M153, COM LIT M171197A TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD N 121-853-200 LEC 1 T 12:30- 3:20P ICHIOKA, Y. 35 15 4.0Asian American 197A: Japanese American Internment197C TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD N 121-857-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2156 AINA, I. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTAsian American 197C: Leadership DevelopmentM197C TOPICS-ASIAN AM LIT N 121-852-200 SEM 1 W 12:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1329 LEE, R.C. 25 06 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M197CAsian American M197C, seminar 1: Passing Mimicry and Masquerade in Asian American Literature121-852-201 SEM 2 T 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3112 LING, J. 8 15 4.0Asian American M197C, seminar 2: Asian American Short Stories197E TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD N 121-861-200 LEC 1 W 6:00- 9:50P PUB POL 2284 MC CARTHY, N. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEAsian American 197E: Asian American Theater197F TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD N 121-862-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-12:50P RONY, F.T. 18 02 4.0200B ISS-ASIAN AM COMNTS N 521-013-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P LING, J. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSAsian American 200B: Asian American Communities and Transnational Cultures297B TPCS-ASIAN AM STDS N 521-581-200 SEM 1 T 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 131 AGBAYANI-SIEWERT,P 6 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSAsian American 297B: Social Policy for Asian Americans297E TPCS-ASIAN AM STDS N 521-584-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-11:50A ZHOU, M. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 521-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED THE STAFF 3 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSATMOSPHERIC SCIENCESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For more information on the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, you may access the department homepage at http://www.atmos.ucla.edu via the Internet.2 AIR POLLUTION N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P WGYOUNG CS50 CASSMASSI, J.C. 360 16 4.0125-010-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-203 DIS 1C M 2:00- 2:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-204 DIS 1D T 10:00-10:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-205 DIS 1E T 1:00- 1:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-206 DIS 1F W 11:00-11:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-207 DIS 1G W 3:00- 3:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-208 DIS 1H R 10:00-10:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-209 DIS 1I R 2:00- 2:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-210 DIS 1J F 12:00-12:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-211 DIS 1K F 1:00- 1:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-010-213 DIS 1L F 2:00- 2:50P MS 7101 30 0.03 INTR-ATMOS ENVIRMNT N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A MOORE 100 LEW, J.K. 300 12 4.0125-015-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 3:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-202 DIS 1B M 1:00- 1:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-203 DIS 1C W 12:00-12:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-204 DIS 1D T 2:00- 2:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-206 DIS 1F W 2:00- 2:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-207 DIS 1G R 9:00- 9:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-208 DIS 1H R 1:00- 1:50P MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-209 DIS 1I F 9:00- 9:50A MS 7101 30 0.0125-015-210 DIS 1J F 11:00-11:50A MS 7101 30 0.010 INTRO-EARTH SYSTEM N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 7124A TURCO, R.P. 30 03 4.0125-032-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 3:50P MS 7124A 15 0.0125-032-202 DIS 1B F 9:00- 9:50A MS 7124A 15 0.0104B DYNAMIC METEOROLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 7121 YANAI, M. 20 04 G 4.0125-315-201 DIS 1A W 12:00-12:50P MS 7121 YANAI, M. 20 0.0C142 INTRO-ATMOSPHRC SCI Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P MS 7124A FOVELL, R.G. 15 15 G 4.0125-558-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P MS 7124A FOVELL, R.G. 15 0.0143 PHYSCAL OCEANOGRPHY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:20P MS 7121 HALPERN, D. 15 16 G 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 BIOLOGY / 51CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS125-560-201 DIS 1A R 4:30- 5:20P MS 7121 HALPERN, D. 15 0.0C152 PHYSCS-CLDS&PRCPTTN N 125-605-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 7121 LEW, J.K. 15 03 G 4.0198 OPRATNL METEOROLOGY N 125-970-200 LAB 1 UNSCHED WAKIMOTO, R.M. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES MAJORSC200B INTRO-ATMOSPHRC SCI N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P MS 7124A FOVELL, R.G. 15 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS525-009-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P MS 7124A FOVELL, R.G. 15 0.0201B ATMSPHRC WAVE MOTNS N 525-012-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 2:20P MS 7121 ARAKAWA, A. 20 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC203B PHYSCS-CLDS&PRCPTTN N 525-017-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 7121 LEW, J.K. 15 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS205B SOLAR-TERRSTRL PHYS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:20A MS 7124A LYONS, L.R. 10 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS525-028-201 DIS 1A R 11:30-12:20P MS LYONS, L.R. 10 0.0212A NUM MTD-GEO FL DYNM N 525-065-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P MS 7121 MECHOSO, C.R. 20 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS221 GEOPHYS TURBULENCE N 525-117-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:20P MS 7124A MCWILLIAMS, J.C. 20 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS240A RADAR METEOROLOGY N 525-211-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS WAKIMOTO, R.M. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS270 SEM-ATMOSPHERIC SCI N 525-389-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 4:50P MS 7124 PAULSON, S.E. 70 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS271 SEM-ATMO DYNAMICS N 525-395-200 SEM 1 F 3:30- 4:20P MS 7124 NEELIN, J.D. 50 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM272B SEM-CLIMATE DYNAMCS N 525-401-200 SEM 1 TBA NEELIN, J.D. 20 30 2.0- 4.0SAME AS : E&S SCI M270B, GEOG M270BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS274 SEM-ATMOSPHERC CHEM N 525-410-200 SEM 1 W 12:00-12:50P MS 7150 TURCO, R.P. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM275B SEM-SPACE PHYSICS N 525-416-200 SEM 1 F 3:30- 4:50P GEOLOGY 6704 MCWILLIAMS, J.C. 10 30 SU 2.0SAME AS : E&S SCI M288BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS283 SP TPC-ATMO PHYSICS N 525-455-200 LEC 1 WF 11:00-12:20P MS 7124A LIOU, K. 15 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 525-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED LEW, J.K. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSBIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRYCM133 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 129-498-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BMEDPHY CM133, CHEM CM133, CHM ENG CM133, MCD BIO CM133, MIC&IMM CM133, MICROB CM133CM169 CELL&SGNLNG&DIFRNTN Y 129-711-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI COLICELLI, J.J. 30 04 G 6.0SAME AS : MCD BIO CM169195 CRNT RSCH-BIOL CHEM N 129-870-200 DIS 1 TBA HLTHSCI GLITZ, D.G. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT201A BIOLOGICL CHEMISTRY N 529-006-200 LEC 1 TBA HOWARD, B.D. 20 20 T1 5.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS220B RSRCH LAB ROTATIONS N 529-098-200 LAB 1 TBA EDWARDS, P.A. 20 30 SU 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSCM233 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 529-160-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BMEDPHY CM233, CHEM CM233, CHM ENG CM233, MCD BIO CM233, MIC&IMM CM233, MICROB CM233RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS251B TRNSCRPTNL REGULATN N 529-304-200 SEM 1 F 1:00- 1:50P MBI CAREY, M.F. 20 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM266B SEM-MOLEC EMBRYOLGY N 529-404-200 SEM 1 F 4:30- 5:50P MBI 159 ZIPURSKY, S.L. 30 30 SU 2.0SAME AS : MCD BIO M266BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSCM267 CELL&SGNLNG&DIFRNTN Y 529-411-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI COLICELLI, J.J. 175 04 G 6.0SAME AS : CHEM M267, MCD BIO CM223RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 529-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ROME, L.H. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSBIOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.PREREQUISITES FOR BIOLOGY CLASSES WILL BE ENFORCED. Students are urged to check the Biology Department central display case (main foyer, Life Sciences Building) for any class/schedule changes and organizational meetings for seminars.2 PRIN-MODERN BIOLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P DODD 147 ANYONGE, W.N. 320 07 0.0131-019-201 LAB 1A T 8:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-202 LAB 1B T 10:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-203 LAB 1C T 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-204 LAB 1D T 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-205 LAB 1E T 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-206 LAB 1F W 8:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-207 LAB 1G W 10:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-208 LAB 1H W 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-209 LAB 1I W 3:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-210 LAB 1J R 8:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-211 LAB 1K R 10:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-212 LAB 1L R 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-213 LAB 1M R 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-214 LAB 1N R 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-215 LAB 1O F 8:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0131-019-216 LAB 1P F 10:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2343 20 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


52 / BIOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSPosition on the wait list does NOT guarantee enrollment in Biology 5L. Enrollment from the wait list is by permission to enroll (given in labs ONLY). An evening midterm will take place onMonday, February 9, 1998, 5:00-7:00 p.m.5L ORGAN&ENVIR BIO LAB Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1260 KERFELD, C.A. 120 02 0.0131-059-201 LAB 1A T 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.0131-059-202 LAB 1B T 11:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.0131-059-203 LAB 1C T 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.0131-059-204 LAB 1D W 11:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.0RESTRICT: FRESHMEN ONLY131-059-205 LAB 1E W 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.0131-059-206 LAB 1F R 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.0131-059-207 LAB 1G R 11:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.0131-059-208 LAB 1H R 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 2370 15 4.010 PLANTS&CIVILIZATION N 131-078-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P MOORE 100 GIBSON, A.C. 370 30 4.013 EVOLUTION OF LIFE N 131-094-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 3400 HESPENHEIDE, H.A. 120 06 4.0F 1:00- 2:50P MS 5200For the first telephone pass, Biology 110 is restricted to Biology and Pre-Biology majors and Cell & Molecular Biology majors. Other majors may enroll on the second pass.110 VERTEBRATE MORPHOLG Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 MWF 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 1260 VAN VALKENBURGH, B 100 04 0.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Biology 110For Biology 110, there is a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 131-390-201 LAB 1A M 1:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2337 20 6.0Y 131-390-202 LAB 1B T 1:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2337 20 6.0Y 131-390-203 LAB 1C W 1:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2337 20 6.0Y 131-390-204 LAB 1D R 1:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2337 20 6.0Y 131-390-205 LAB 1E F 1:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2337 20 6.0116 CONSERVATN BIOLOGY Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P LS 2147 WAYNE/RUNDEL 153 15 4.0131-423-201 DIS 1A W 8:00- 9:50A BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-202 DIS 1B W 10:00-11:50A BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-203 DIS 1C W 12:00- 1:50P BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-204 DIS 1D W 2:00- 3:50P BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-205 DIS 1E R 8:00- 9:50A BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-206 DIS 1F R 10:00-11:50A BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-207 DIS 1G R 12:00- 1:50P BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-208 DIS 1H F 8:00- 9:50A BOTANY 133 17 0.0131-423-209 DIS 1I F 10:00-11:50A BOTANY 133 17 0.0121 MOLECL BIOL&EVOLUTN Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P KNUDSEN 1200B BRUNK, C.F. 100 15 4.0131-451-201 DIS 1A W 8:00- 8:50A GEOLOGY 6704 25 0.0131-451-202 DIS 1B W 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 6704 25 0.0131-451-203 DIS 1C F 11:00-11:50A MS 3915G 25 0.0131-451-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P MS 3915G 25 0.0129 ANIMAL BEHAVIOR Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A FRANZ 1260 LANGEN, T.A. 120 03 4.0131-495-201 DIS 1A M 1:00- 2:50P BOTANY 133 20 0.0131-495-202 DIS 1B M 3:00- 4:50P BOTANY 133 20 0.0131-495-203 DIS 1C T 8:00- 9:50A BOTANY 133 20 0.0131-495-204 DIS 1D T 10:00-11:50A BOTANY 133 20 0.0131-495-205 DIS 1E T 12:00- 1:50P BOTANY 133 20 0.0131-495-206 DIS 1F T 2:00- 3:50P BOTANY 133 20 0.0162 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 25 TR 11:00-12:15P BOTANY 325 ZEIGER, E. 72 13 0.0For Biology 162, there is a materials fee of $25 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.131-675-201 LAB 1A T 1:30- 4:50P LS 2305 24 6.0131-675-202 LAB 1B R 1:30- 4:50P LS 2305 24 6.0131-675-203 LAB 1C F 8:00-10:50A LS 2305 24 6.0166 ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 MWF 1:00- 1:50P DODD 147 GORDON, M.S. 240 06 0.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Biology 166For Biology 166, there is a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 131-700-201 LAB 1A M 2:30- 7:20P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-202 LAB 1B T 8:00-12:50P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-203 LAB 1C T 2:00- 6:50P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-204 LAB 1D W 8:00-12:50P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-205 LAB 1E W 2:30- 7:20P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-206 LAB 1F R 8:00-12:15P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-207 LAB 1G R 2:00- 6:50P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-208 LAB 1H F 8:00-12:50P LS 3206 15 6.0Y 131-700-209 LAB 1I M 2:30- 7:20P LS 3218 15 6.0Y 131-700-210 LAB 1J T 8:00-12:50P LS 3218 15 6.0Y 131-700-211 LAB 1K T 2:00- 6:50P LS 3218 15 6.0Y 131-700-212 LAB 1L W 8:00-12:50P LS 3218 15 6.0Y 131-700-213 LAB 1M W 2:30- 7:20P LS 3218 15 6.0Y 131-700-214 LAB 1N R 8:00-12:50P LS 3218 15 6.0Y 131-700-215 LAB 1O R 2:00- 6:50P LS 3218 15 6.0Y 131-700-216 LAB 1P F 8:00-12:50P LS 3218 15 6.0190A HONORS RSRCH BIOL N 131-830-200 TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15 30 T1 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT190B HONORS RSRCH BIOL N 131-831-200 TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15 30 T2 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT190C HONORS RSRCH BIOL N 131-832-200 TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT190D HONORS RSRCH BIOL N 131-834-200 TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT192 TEACHING PRACTICUM N 131-840-200 TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15 30 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT200B ECOLOGY&BEHAVIOR N 531-009-200 LEC 1 MW 5:00- 6:50P LS 5301 NONACS, P.N. 45 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD216 QUANT-BEHAVR&ECOLGY N 531-064-200 LEC 1 TBA GIBSON, R.M. 10 20 4.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRADOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 BIOSTATISTICS / 53CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS262 SEM-VERTEBRA PALEON N 531-353-200 SEM 1 TBA VAN VALKENBURGH, B 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD263 POPULATION GENETICS N 531-356-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:00P LS 3113 TAYLOR, C.E. 10 30 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD268 SEM-POPULATION BIOL N 531-377-200 SEM 1 W 7:00- 8:50P LS 2226 CODY, M.L. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD274 SEM-BEHAVRL ECOLOGY N 531-408-200 SEM 1 TBA GIBSON, R.M. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD282 SEM-ICHTHYOLOGY N 531-457-200 SEM 1 TBA BUTH, D.G. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 531-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED NOBEL, P.S. 100 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD496 TCHG BIOL-HIGHER ED N 531-792-200 LEC 1 TBA NONACS, P.N. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTBIOMATHEMATICS108 INTRO-MDLNG-NEURBIO N 133-348-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI AV122 NEWTON, C.M. 10 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM153B INTR-COMPTATNL STAT N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5127 JENNRICH, R.I. 5 05 4.0SAME AS : BIOSTAT M153B, STATS M153B133-607-201 DIS 1A T 12:00-12:50P MS 5127 5 0.0160 MEDICAL&BIOL RESRCH N 133-624-200 LEC 1 TR 5:30- 7:30P HLTHSCI 13041 DOREY, F.J. 70 30 4.0203 STOCHASTIC MOD-BIOL Y 533-024-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI AV139 THE STAFF 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS207 MODELS IN GENETICS N 533-055-200 LEC 1 WF 9:00-10:50A HLTHSCI AV122 SINSHEIMER, J.S. 10 02 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS208B MDLNG-NEUROBIO-BIOL N 533-063-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI AV122 NEWTON, C.M. 10 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS220 KINTC STDY STT MDLS N 533-121-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI AV122 LANDAW, E.M. 10 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM230 COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY N 533-180-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A HLTHSCI AV139 HUANG, S.C. 10 30 4.0SAME AS : BMEDPHY M230RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSBIOMEDICAL PHYSICSFor more information on the Department of Biomedical Physics, you may e-mail lbrookes@mail.rad.ucla.edu or access the department homepage at http://www.rad.ucla.edu/bmp via theInternet.CM133 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 134-498-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM133, CHEM CM133, CHM ENG CM133, MCD BIO CM133, MIC&IMM CM133, MICROB CM133202A NUCLEAR MEDICINE N 534-012-201 CLI 1 TBA HLTHSCI DAHLBOM, M. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS202B DIAGNOSTIC RADIOL N 534-013-201 CLI 1 TBA HLTHSCI KIMME-SMITH, C. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS202C RADIATION THERAPY N 534-014-201 CLI 1 TBA HLTHSCI THE STAFF 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS204 INTRO RADIATN BIOL N 534-024-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:20P HLTHSCI MCBRIDE, W.H. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS208A LAB-MEDICAL IMAGING N 534-048-200 LAB 1 TR 3:15- 5:50P HLTHSCI SINHA, U. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS214 MED IMAGE PROCESSNG N 534-084-200 LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI MCNITT-GRAY, M. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS216 FUNDMNTLS-DOSIMETRY N 534-096-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:20A HLTHSCI SMATHERS, J.B. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS217 STATS AND DATA ANLY N 534-102-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:20A HLTHSCI SAYRE, J. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS220A BIOPHYSICS N 534-120-200 LAB 1 TBA HLTHSCI THE STAFF 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS220D RAD BIO&EXP RADIATN N 534-123-200 LAB 1 TBA HLTHSCI MCBRIDE, W.H. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS534-123-201 LAB 2 TBA DOUGHERTY, G.J. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS223 RADIATION BIOLOGY Y 534-138-200 SEM 1 M 4:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI B3143 RAINES, M.A. 10 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICSM230 COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY N 534-180-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A HLTHSCI AV139 HUANG, S.C. 10 30 4.0SAME AS : BIOMATH M230RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICSCM233 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 534-198-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM233, CHEM CM233, CHM ENG CM233, MCD BIO CM233, MIC&IMM CM233, MICROB CM233RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICSM248 BIOLOGICAL IMAGING N 534-288-200 LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI CHERRY, S.R. 5 30 G 4.0SAME AS : M PHARM M248RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICS260B SEM-BIOMED PHYSICS N 534-361-200 SEM 1 W 12:00-12:50P HLTHSCI HOFFMAN, E.F. 10 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICSM266 ADVANCED MRI N 534-396-200 LEC 1 TBA COHEN, M.S. 10 30 G 2.0SAME AS : NEUROSC M267, PSYCTRY M266RESTRICT: BIOMEDICAL PHYSICS, MEDICAL PHYSICSBIOSTATISTICS100B INTRO-BIOSTATISTICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00- 1:50P HLTHSCI SCHENKER, N. 120 05 4.0RESTRICT: ALL PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENTS ONLY135-301-201 LAB 1A W 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI A1241 15 0.0135-301-202 LAB 1B W 2:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI A1241 15 0.0135-301-203 LAB 1C W 4:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI A1241 15 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


54 / CHEMICAL ENGINEERING WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS135-301-204 LAB 1D F 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI A1241 15 0.0135-301-205 LAB 1E F 2:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI A1241 15 0.0135-301-206 LAB 1F F 4:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI A1241 15 0.0135-301-207 LAB 1G F 9:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI A1241 15 0.0110B BASIC BIOSTATISTICS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 61269 LI, G. 30 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS135-361-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 61269 30 0.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS135-361-205 LAB M1 T 3:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI A1241 30 0.0M153B INTR-COMPTATNL STAT N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5127 JENNRICH, R.I. 5 05 4.0SAME AS : BIOMATH M153B, STATS M153B135-619-201 DIS 1A T 12:00-12:50P MS 5127 5 0.0200B BIOSTATISTICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 51279 40 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS535-002-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A HLTHSCI 51279 40 0.0535-002-204 LAB M1 T 12:00-12:50P HLTHSCI A1241 THE STAFF 20 0.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS535-002-205 LAB M2 R 8:00- 8:50A HLTHSCI A1241 THE STAFF 20 0.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS201 APPLIED REGRESSION N 535-006-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:30P HLTHSCI 71257 GORNBEIN, J.A. 30 14 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM206B STATS-PSYCTRC RSRCH N 535-034-200 SEM 1 W 10:00-11:30A NPI&H C8872 BELIN, T.R. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M286B230 STATISTICL GRAPHICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A HLTHSCI 51279 WEISS, R.E. 20 01 4.0RESTRICT: ALL PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENTS ONLY----------- DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61235 20 0.0535-180-202 LAB M1 0 0.0233 STATSTCL MTHDS-AIDS Y 535-198-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 41235 TAYLOR, J.M. 20 16 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS245 ADV SEM-BIOSTATISTC N 535-270-200 SEM 1 MWF 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 51279 ELASHOFF, R.M. 45 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM250B LINR STATSTCL MDLS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P HLTHSCI 51279 CUMBERLAND, W.G. 30 05 4.0SAME AS : MATH M279BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS535-301-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P HLTHSCI 51279 30 0.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS255 ADV TOPCS&PROBABLTY N ----------- LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 51279 DABROWSKA, D.M. 30 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS535-330-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 61243 30 0.0275 ADV SURVIVL ANALYSS N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P HLTHSCI AV122 DABROWSKA, D.M. 30 04 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS535-450-201 DIS 1A TBA HLTHSCI 30 0.0285 ADV TPC-RCNT DVLPMT N 535-510-201 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A HLTHSCI 61262 ELASHOFF, R.M. 20 12 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS535-510-200 LEC 2 WF 9:00-10:50A HLTHSCI SINSHEIMER, J.S. 20 02 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS289 DOCTORAL CONSULTING N 535-534-200 SEM 1 GJERTSON, D.W. 20 20 SU 2.0RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS MAJORS402B BIOSTATSTCL CNSLTNG N ----------- DIS 1 R 2:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 51279 SAYRE, J. 25 16 SU 4.0RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS, PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS535-605-201 LAB 1A MTWRF 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI A1237 SAYRE, J. 25 0.0RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS, PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS403B CMPT MGMT-HLTH DATA N 535-611-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 41268 40 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS535-611-201 LAB 1A TBA HLTHSCI 40 0.0CHEMICAL ENGINEERINGFor more information on the Department of Chemical Engineering, consult the SEAS homepage at http://www.seas.ucla.edu via the Internet.101B HEAT TRANSFER N ----------- LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2444 DEEM, W. 70 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-321-201 REC 1A F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5249 70 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS102 CHML ENGR THRMDNMCS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 2200 NOBE, K. 70 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-340-201 REC 1A F 2:00- 2:50P KNUDSEN 1240B 70 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS104A CHEMICAL ENGR LAB 1 N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 4413 THE STAFF 20 14 G 6.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-380-201 LAB 1A TR 8:00-11:50A BOELTER 4413 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS104B CHEMICAL ENGR LAB 2 N ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 4413 FREDERKING, T.H. 20 05 G 6.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-381-201 LAB 1A MW 8:00-11:50A BOELTER 4413 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTSM105A INT-ENGR THERMODYNC N ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2444 FREDERKING, T.H. 60 09 G 4.0SAME AS : MECH&AE M105ARESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-420-201 REC 1A F 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5440 60 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS----------- LEC 2 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5249 ABDOU, M.A. 5 14 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-420-211 REC 2A F 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 220 BANERJEE, D. 5 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY / 55CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS107 PRCS DYNAMICS&CNTRL N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 141 LIAO, J.C. 70 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-432-201 REC 1A F 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 2444 70 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS108A PROCESS ECON&ANLY N ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 141 ZIAKA, Z. 70 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS174-436-201 REC 1A F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2444 70 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS113 AIR POLLUTION ENGR N 174-457-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5436 FRIEDLANDER, S.K. 30 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTSC118 ENVIRNMNTL ASSESSMT N 174-472-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5436 COHEN, Y. 20 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTSC125 BIOSEPARATN&BIOPRCS N 174-500-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5264 MONBOUQUETTE, H.G. 30 16 G 4.0CM133 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 174-534-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM133, BMEDPHY CM133, CHEM CM133, MCD BIO CM133, MIC&IMM CM133, MICROB CM133C218 ENVIRNMNTL ASSESSMT N 574-018-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5436 COHEN, Y. 30 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC225 BIOSEPARATN&BIOPRCS N 574-120-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5264 MONBOUQUETTE, H.G. 10 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSCM233 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 574-160-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM233, BMEDPHY CM233, CHEM CM233, MCD BIO CM233, MIC&IMM CM233, MICROB CM233RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298A RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-601-200 SEM 1 TBA CHRISTOFIDES, P.D. 10 20 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298C RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-603-200 SEM 1 F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5514 COHEN, Y. 10 03 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298D RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-604-200 SEM 1 F 4:00- 4:50P FRANZ 1354 DEEM, W. 10 20 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298F RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-606-200 SEM 1 F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5514 FREDERKING, T.H. 10 03 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298G RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-607-200 SEM 1 F 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5252 MONBOUQUETTE, H.G. 10 07 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298H RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-608-200 SEM 1 F 3:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5514 HICKS, R.F. 10 20 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298J RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-609-200 SEM 1 F 9:00- 9:50A MS 7608 LIAO, J.C. 10 03 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298M RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-613-200 SEM 1 F 3:00- 4:50P HAINES 144 MANOUSIOUTHAKIS, V 10 20 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298N RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-614-200 SEM 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P FRANZ 1354 NOBE, K. 10 16 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298S RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-619-200 SEM 1 F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5514 FRIEDLANDER, S.K. 10 07 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298V RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-622-200 SEM 1 TBA MANOUSIOUTHAKIS, V 10 20 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298Z RESEARCH SEMINARS N 574-626-200 SEM 1 F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 144 SENKAN, S.M. 10 03 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS299 DEPARTMENTL SEMINAR N 574-630-200 SEM 1 F 1:30- 2:50P BOELTER 2760 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 574-940-201 TUT 1 UNSCHED 10 20 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS574-940-202 TUT 2 UNSCHED 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS574-940-203 TUT 3 UNSCHED 10 20 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS574-940-204 TUT 4 UNSCHED 10 20 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSCHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For Chemistry 10A, you are required to take AND pass the Chemistry Diagnostic Exam. You may PREENROLL in Chemistry 10A, but final enrollment is contingent on how you do on theDiagnostic Exam.If you received a 4 or 5 on the AP Chemistry Exam, you are still REQUIRED to take and pass the Chemistry Diagnostic Exam. If you do not take the Chemistry Diagnostic Exam, your enrollmentin Chemistry 10A will be dropped.The exam will be given on Thursday, November 13, 1997. Please stop by 1039 Young Hall for time and room number. You will need to bring a #2 pencil and a calculator to the exam.10A GENRL CHEM-LIFE SCI N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG CS50 KAESZ, H.D. 350 07 4.0EXAM SCORES ARE VALID FOR ONE ACADEMIC YEAR ONLY! PLEASE REMEMBER THAT IF YOU ARE REPEATING THE COURSE AND HAVE NOT TAKEN THE EXAM IN THE PAST YEAR,YOUR ENROLLMENT IN CHEMISTRY 10A WILL BE CANCELLED.142-076-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2200 24 0.0142-076-202 DIS 1B T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5420 23 0.0142-076-203 DIS 1C T 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 4216 24 0.0142-076-204 DIS 1D W 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-076-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5420 24 0.0142-076-206 DIS 1F W 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5273 23 0.0142-076-207 DIS 1G W 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 4216 24 0.0142-076-208 DIS 1H R 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915D 23 0.0142-076-209 DIS 1I R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5217 24 0.0142-076-210 DIS 1J R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5217 23 0.0142-076-211 DIS 1K R 4:00- 4:50P MS 5225 23 0.0142-076-212 DIS 1L F 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2200 23 0.0142-076-213 DIS 1M F 9:00- 9:50A MS 5225 23 0.0142-076-214 DIS 1N F 10:00-10:50A MS 5225 23 0.0142-076-215 DIS 1O F 12:00-12:50P MS 5225 23 0.0FOR CHEMISTRY 10BL, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF EACH LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned and YOU will haveOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


56 / CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSto drop the class.Chemistry 10B meets the first five weeks and 10C the second five weeks of the quarter. You must enroll in both 10B and 10C. When enrolling, you will need to use the override commandto enroll in both courses because of the time conflict.10B GENRL CHEM-LIFE SCI Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG CS76 THE STAFF 235 01 2.0Chemistry 10B will have a MANDATORY final on Saturday, February 14, at 9 a.m.142-077-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 4283 26 0.0142-077-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 4283 26 0.0142-077-203 DIS 1C T 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5273 26 0.0142-077-204 DIS 1D W 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5249 26 0.0142-077-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5252 26 0.0142-077-206 DIS 1F R 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5272 26 0.0142-077-207 DIS 1G F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5252 26 0.0142-077-208 DIS 1H F 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5272 26 0.0142-077-209 DIS 1I F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 4413 27 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG CS50 GARRELL, R.L. 350 02 2.0Chemistry 10B will have a MANDATORY final on Saturday, February 14, at 9 a.m.142-077-221 DIS 2A M 12:00-12:50P MS 3915G 24 0.0142-077-222 DIS 2B M 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915H 23 0.0142-077-223 DIS 2C M 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 3069 24 0.0142-077-224 DIS 2D T 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-077-225 DIS 2E T 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915A 24 0.0142-077-226 DIS 2F T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5118 23 0.0142-077-227 DIS 2G W 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915A 24 0.0142-077-228 DIS 2H W 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5420 23 0.0142-077-229 DIS 2I W 3:00- 3:50P MS 5118 24 0.0142-077-230 DIS 2J R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5420 23 0.0142-077-231 DIS 2K R 11:00-11:50A DODD 167 23 0.0142-077-232 DIS 2L R 1:00- 1:50P DANCE 105 23 0.0142-077-233 DIS 2M F 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915A 23 0.0142-077-234 DIS 2N F 12:00-12:50P MS 3915A 23 0.0142-077-235 DIS 2O F 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 10BL10BL GEN&ORGN LAB-LF SCI Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 35 T 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG CS50 PANG, J.W. 180 30 2.0For Chemistry 10BL, there is a materials fee of $35 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-078-201 LAB 1A T 11:30- 2:30P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-202 LAB 1B T 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-203 LAB 1C T 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-204 LAB 1D W 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-205 LAB 1E R 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-206 LAB 1F R 11:30- 2:30P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-207 LAB 1G R 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-208 LAB 1H R 6:30- 9:30P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0Y 142-078-209 LAB 1I F 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1337 20 0.0FOR CHEMISTRY 10BL, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF EACH LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned and YOU will haveto drop the class.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 10BLY ----------- LEC 2 $ 35 R 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG CS50 PANG, J.W. 180 30 2.0For Chemistry 10BL, there is a materials fee of $35 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-078-221 LAB 2A T 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-222 LAB 2B T 11:30- 2:20P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-223 LAB 2C T 3:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-224 LAB 2D T 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-225 LAB 2E W 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-226 LAB 2F R 11:30- 2:20P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-227 LAB 2G R 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-228 LAB 2H R 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.0Y 142-078-229 LAB 2I F 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1336 20 0.010C ORGNC CHEM-LIFE SCI Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG CS76 THE STAFF 235 01 2.0142-079-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 4283 26 0.0142-079-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 4283 26 0.0142-079-203 DIS 1C T 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5273 26 0.0142-079-204 DIS 1D W 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5249 26 0.0142-079-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5252 26 0.0142-079-206 DIS 1F R 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5272 26 0.0142-079-207 DIS 1G F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5252 26 0.0142-079-208 DIS 1H F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5272 26 0.0142-079-209 DIS 1I F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 4413 27 0.0Chemistry 10C meets the second five of the quarter. Class begins on Monday, February 16, 1998.----------- LEC 2 MWF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG CS50 GARCIA-GARIBAY, M. 350 02 2.0142-079-221 DIS 2A M 12:00-12:50P MS 3915G 24 0.0142-079-222 DIS 2B M 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915H 23 0.0142-079-223 DIS 2C M 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 3069 24 0.0142-079-224 DIS 2D T 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-079-225 DIS 2E T 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915A 24 0.0142-079-226 DIS 2F T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5118 23 0.0142-079-227 DIS 2G W 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915A 24 0.0142-079-228 DIS 2H W 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5420 23 0.0142-079-229 DIS 2I W 3:00- 3:50P MS 5118 24 0.0142-079-230 DIS 2J R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5420 23 0.0142-079-231 DIS 2K R 11:00-11:50A DODD 167 23 0.0142-079-232 DIS 2L R 1:00- 1:50P DANCE 105 23 0.0142-079-233 DIS 2M F 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915A 23 0.0142-079-234 DIS 2N F 12:00-12:50P MS 3915A 23 0.0142-079-235 DIS 2O F 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.010D ORGNC CHEM-LIFE SCI Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG CS24 HARDINGER, S.A. 235 02 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY / 57CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS142-080-201 DIS 1A M 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 3069 27 0.0142-080-202 DIS 1B M 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-080-203 DIS 1C T 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-080-204 DIS 1D T 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-080-205 DIS 1E W 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-080-206 DIS 1F W 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-080-207 DIS 1G R 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-080-208 DIS 1H F 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-080-209 DIS 1I F 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0FOR CHEMISTRY 10DL, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF EACH LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned and YOU will haveto drop the class.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 10DL10DL GEN&ORGN LAB-LF SCI Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 30 M 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG CS76 HARDINGER, S.A. 120 30 3.0For Chemistry 10DL, there is a materials fee of $30 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-082-201 LAB 1A TR 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 1379 20 0.0Y 142-082-202 LAB 1B TR 11:30- 2:20P WGYOUNG 1379 20 0.0Y 142-082-203 LAB 1C TR 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1379 20 0.0Y 142-082-204 LAB 1D TR 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1379 20 0.0Y 142-082-205 LAB 1E WF 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1379 20 0.010E INTRMEDT ORGNC CHEM Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:20P WGYOUNG CS50 HOUK, K.N. 235 09 4.0142-083-201 DIS 1A T 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 3069 27 0.0142-083-202 DIS 1B T 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-083-203 DIS 1C T 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-083-204 DIS 1D W 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-083-205 DIS 1E W 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-083-206 DIS 1F R 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-083-207 DIS 1G R 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-083-208 DIS 1H F 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0142-083-209 DIS 1I F 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0FOR CHEMISTRY 11BL, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF EACH LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned and YOU will haveto drop the class.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLFor Chemistry 11BL, there is a materials fee of $25 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.THIS IS THE LAST QUARTER CHEMISTRY 11BL WILL BE OFFERED...EVER!!!!!!!!!!11BL GENRL CHEMISTRY LAB Y Y 142-093-201 LAB 1 $ 25 T 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0Y 142-093-202 LAB 2 $ 25 T 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-203 LAB 3 $ 25 T 5:30- 9:30P WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-204 LAB 4 $ 25 W 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-205 LAB 5 $ 25 W 5:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-206 LAB 6 $ 25 R 8:00-11:00A WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-207 LAB 7 $ 25 R 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-208 LAB 8 $ 25 R 5:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-209 LAB 9 $ 25 F 1:00- 5:00P WGYOUNG 1049 HENARY, M.M. 24 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11BLY 142-093-220 TVI M1 TBA POWELL 216 0.0THIS IS THE LAST QUARTER CHEMISTRY 11C WILL BE OFFERED..EVER!!!!!!!!!!11C GENERAL CHEMISTRY Y 142-097-200 LEC 1 WF 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG CS76 KANER, R.B. 235 05 3.0FOR CHEMISTRY 11CL, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF YOUR LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. IF YOU ARE NOT PRESENT, YOUR SPACE WILL BE REASSIGNED ANDYOU WILL HAVE TO DROP THE COURSE.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 11CL11CL GENRL CHEMISTRY LAB Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 15 M 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG CS24 PANG, J.W. 110 30 3.0For Chemistry 11CL, there is a materials fee of $15 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-103-201 LAB 1A TR 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2002 22 0.0Y 142-103-202 LAB 1B TR 11:30- 2:20P WGYOUNG 2002 22 0.0Y 142-103-203 LAB 1C TR 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2002 22 0.0Y 142-103-204 LAB 1D TR 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 2002 22 0.0Y 142-103-205 LAB 1E WF 10:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2002 0 0.0Y 142-103-206 LAB 1F WF 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 2002 22 0.0For Chemistry 20A, you are required to take AND pass the Chemistry Diagnostic Exam. You may PREENROLL in Chemistry 20A, but final enrollment is contingent on how you do on theDiagnostic Exam.If you received a 4 or 5 on the AP Chemistry Exam, you are still REQUIRED to take and pass the Chemistry Diagnostic Exam. If you do not take the Chemistry Diagnostic Exam, your enrollmentin Chemistry 20A will be dropped.The exam will be given on Thursday, November 13, 1997. Please stop by 1039 Young Hall for time and room number. You will need to bring a #2 pencil and a calculator to the exam.20A CHEMICAL STRUCTURE N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG CS24 HEATH, J.R. 235 03 4.0EXAM SCORES ARE VALID FOR ONE ACADEMIC YEAR ONLY! PLEASE REMEMBER THAT IF YOU ARE REPEATING THE COURSE AND HAVE NOT TAKEN THE EXAM IN THE PAST YEAR,YOUR ENROLLMENT IN CHEMISTRY 20A WILL BE CANCELLED.142-140-201 DIS 1A M 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5273 26 0.0142-140-202 DIS 1B M 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 4216 26 0.0142-140-203 DIS 1C T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5252 26 0.0142-140-204 DIS 1D T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2150 26 0.0142-140-205 DIS 1E W 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 2200 26 0.0142-140-206 DIS 1F R 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2200 26 0.0142-140-207 DIS 1G R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5422 26 0.0142-140-208 DIS 1H F 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 4216 26 0.0142-140-209 DIS 1I F 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 2018 27 0.020B ENERGETICS&CHANGE Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG CS50 LIU, A.J. 350 04 4.0142-141-201 DIS 1A M 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-202 DIS 1B M 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


58 / CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS142-141-203 DIS 1C M 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-204 DIS 1D T 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-141-205 DIS 1E T 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-141-206 DIS 1F T 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-141-207 DIS 1G W 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-141-208 DIS 1H W 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-141-209 DIS 1I W 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-210 DIS 1J R 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-141-211 DIS 1K R 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2018 24 0.0142-141-212 DIS 1L R 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 2018 24 0.0142-141-213 DIS 1M F 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2018 24 0.0142-141-214 DIS 1N F 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 4216 24 0.0142-141-215 DIS 1O F 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2018 24 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG CS50 KNOBLER, C.M. 350 06 4.0142-141-221 DIS 2A M 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 2018 24 0.0142-141-222 DIS 2B T 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 4216 24 0.0142-141-223 DIS 2C T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5117 24 0.0142-141-224 DIS 2D T 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 4216 24 0.0142-141-225 DIS 2E T 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 4216 24 0.0142-141-226 DIS 2F W 9:00- 9:50A MS 5203 23 0.0142-141-227 DIS 2G W 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-228 DIS 2H W 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-229 DIS 2I R 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-230 DIS 2J R 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-231 DIS 2K R 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-232 DIS 2L F 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2018 23 0.0142-141-233 DIS 2M F 9:00- 9:50A MS 5148 23 0.0142-141-234 DIS 2N F 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-235 DIS 2O F 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0142-141-240 LEC 3 MWF 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 2200 BAUR, M.E. 100 08 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT142-141-241 DIS 3A T 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2200 25 0.0142-141-242 DIS 3B W 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 3069 25 0.0142-141-243 DIS 3C R 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 3069 25 0.0142-141-244 DIS 3D F 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3069 25 0.0FOR CHEMISTRY 20L, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF EACH LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned and YOU will haveto drop the class.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 20LFor Chemistry 20L, there is a materials fee of $35 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.20L GENRL CHEMISTRY LAB Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 35 M 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG CS76 RUSSELL, A.A. 220 30 2.0Y 142-142-201 LAB 1A T 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-202 LAB 1B T 11:30- 2:20P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-203 LAB 1C T 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-204 LAB 1D T 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-205 LAB 1E W 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-206 LAB 1F W 5:30- 8:20P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-207 LAB 1G R 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-208 LAB 1H R 11:30- 2:30P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-209 LAB 1I R 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-210 LAB 1J R 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0Y 142-142-211 LAB 1K F 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1340 20 0.0FOR CHEMISTRY 20L, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF EACH LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned and YOU will haveto drop the class.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 20LFor Chemistry 20L, there is a materials fee of $35 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-142-220 LEC 2 $ 35 M 4:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG CS24 RUSSELL, A.A. 220 30 2.0Y 142-142-221 LAB 2A T 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-222 LAB 2B T 11:30- 2:20P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-223 LAB 2C T 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-224 LAB 2D T 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-225 LAB 2E W 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-226 LAB 2F W 5:30- 8:20P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-227 LAB 2G R 8:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-228 LAB 2H R 11:30- 2:20P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-229 LAB 2I R 3:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-230 LAB 2J R 6:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0Y 142-142-231 LAB 2K F 2:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1343 20 0.0110A PHYS-THERMODYNAMICS Y Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2200 TOLBERT, S.H. 60 05 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 110AY 142-350-201 DIS 1A T 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2200 60 0.0Y ----------- LEC 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2200 KIVELSON, D. 60 06 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 110AY 142-350-211 DIS 2A T 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2200 60 0.0110B STTSTC MCHNCS&KNTCS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2018 KIANG, C. 25 04 4.0142-357-201 DIS 1A R 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2018 25 0.0113A PHYS-QUANTM MECHNCS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 4216 CARTER, E.A. 35 02 4.0142-381-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 4216 35 0.0For Chemistry 114, there will be a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.114 PHYSICAL CHEM LAB Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 TR 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2018 FELKER, P.M. 0 30 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 114Y 142-410-201 LAB 1D TR 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1110 0 0.0For Chemistry 114H, there will be a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.114H PHYS CHEM LAB-HONOR Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 TR 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2018 FELKER, P.M. 0 30 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 114HY 142-413-201 LAB 1A TBA WGYOUNG 0 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY / 59CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSY ----------- TUT 1BT TR 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1110 0 0.0C115B QUANTUM CHEMISTRY N ----------- LEC 1 MWRF 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 3069 SCHWARTZ, B.J. 30 04 4.0142-416-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 3069 30 0.0C123B CLASS&STAT THERMDYN N 142-456-200 LEC 1 MWRF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2018 GELBART, W.M. 15 03 4.0132A ORGANIC CHEMISTRY N Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG CS50 GARCIA-GARIBAY, M. 350 05 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 132ANOTE: THIS IS THE LAST QUARTER CHEMISTRY 132A WILL BE OFFERED.Y 142-492-201 DIS 1A M 10:00-10:50A MS 3915G 24 0.0Y 142-492-202 DIS 1B M 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5419 24 0.0Y 142-492-203 DIS 1C M 2:00- 2:50P MS 3915G 24 0.0Y 142-492-204 DIS 1D T 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915D 24 0.0Y 142-492-205 DIS 1E T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5217 24 0.0Y 142-492-206 DIS 1F T 4:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 3069 23 0.0Y 142-492-207 DIS 1G W 8:00- 8:50A FRANZ 2288 23 0.0Y 142-492-208 DIS 1H W 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 2288 23 0.0Y 142-492-209 DIS 1I W 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 4216 23 0.0Y 142-492-210 DIS 1J R 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5252 23 0.0Y 142-492-211 DIS 1K R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 1221A 23 0.0Y 142-492-212 DIS 1L R 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 2258A 23 0.0Y 142-492-213 DIS 1M F 8:00- 8:50A FRANZ 2288 23 0.0Y 142-492-214 DIS 1N F 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 2288 23 0.0Y 142-492-215 DIS 1O F 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 2288 23 0.0Y ----------- LEC 2 MWF 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG CS24 LUCEIGH, B.A. 235 07 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 132ANOTE: THIS IS THE LAST QUARTER CHEMISTRY 132A WILL BE OFFERED.Y 142-492-221 DIS 2A T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5203 27 0.0Y 142-492-222 DIS 2B T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5422 26 0.0Y 142-492-223 DIS 2C W 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG 2200 26 0.0Y 142-492-224 DIS 2D W 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 3069 26 0.0Y 142-492-225 DIS 2E R 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5280 26 0.0Y 142-492-226 DIS 2F R 1:00- 1:50P DODD 154 26 0.0Y 142-492-227 DIS 2G F 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 1221A 26 0.0Y 142-492-228 DIS 2H F 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 2288 26 0.0Y 142-492-229 DIS 2I F 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 1221A 26 0.0132B ORGANIC CHEMISTRY N Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A WGYOUNG CS50 THE STAFF 350 01 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 132BY 142-494-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 4645 24 0.0Y 142-494-202 DIS 1B M 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 4645 23 0.0Y 142-494-203 DIS 1C M 2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 4645 24 0.0Y 142-494-204 DIS 1D T 8:00- 8:50A GEOLOGY 4645 23 0.0Y 142-494-205 DIS 1E T 11:00-11:50A DODD 167 24 0.0Y 142-494-206 DIS 1F T 12:00-12:50P HAINES 131 23 0.0Y 142-494-207 DIS 1G W 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 4645 24 0.0Y 142-494-208 DIS 1H W 10:00-10:50A LS 2142 23 0.0Y 142-494-209 DIS 1I W 3:00- 3:50P LS 2142 24 0.0Y 142-494-210 DIS 1J R 8:00- 8:50A GEOLOGY 4645 23 0.0Y 142-494-211 DIS 1K R 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 4645 23 0.0Y 142-494-212 DIS 1L R 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 184 23 0.0Y 142-494-213 DIS 1M F 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 230 23 0.0Y 142-494-214 DIS 1N F 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 4283 23 0.0Y 142-494-215 DIS 1O F 2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 4645 23 0.0Y 142-494-230 LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG CS24 LUCEIGH, B.A. 235 05 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 132BY 142-494-221 DIS 2A M 1:00- 1:50P LS 2142 27 0.0Y 142-494-222 DIS 2B M 2:00- 2:50P LS 2142 26 0.0Y 142-494-223 DIS 2C T 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5252 26 0.0Y 142-494-224 DIS 2D T 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 1221A 26 0.0Y 142-494-225 DIS 2E W 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5264 26 0.0Y 142-494-226 DIS 2F W 9:00- 9:50A LS 2142 26 0.0Y 142-494-227 DIS 2G R 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5420 26 0.0Y 142-494-228 DIS 2H F 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5252 26 0.0Y 142-494-229 DIS 2I F 10:00-10:50A LS 2142 27 0.0132BL ORGANIC CHEM LAB Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 M 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG CS50 MOUSER, J.K. 384 30 2.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 132BLFOR CHEMISTRY 132BL, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF EACH LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. If YOU are not present, your space will be reassigned and YOU will haveto drop the course.YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BRING LAB NOTEBOOK, GOGGLES AND LAB COAT TO YOUR FIRST LAB MEETING.For Chemistry 132BL, there is a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-496-201 LAB 1A T 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-202 LAB 1B T 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0Y 142-496-203 LAB 1C T 12:30- 4:20P WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-204 LAB 1D T 12:30- 4:20P WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0Y 142-496-205 LAB 1E T 5:00- 8:50P WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-206 LAB 1F T 5:00- 8:50P WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0Y 142-496-207 LAB 1G W 11:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-208 LAB 1H W 11:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0Y 142-496-209 LAB 1I W 4:30- 8:20P WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-210 LAB 1J W 4:30- 8:20P WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0Y 142-496-211 LAB 1K R 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-212 LAB 1L R 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0Y 142-496-213 LAB 1M R 12:30- 4:20P WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-214 LAB 1N R 12:30- 4:30P WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0Y 142-496-215 LAB 1O F 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1096 24 0.0Y 142-496-216 LAB 1P F 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1111 24 0.0FOR CHEMISTRY 132CL, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF YOUR LAB SECTION IS MANDATORY. IF YOU ARE NOT PRESENT, YOUR SPACE WILL BE REASSIGNED ANDOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


60 / CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSYOU WILL HAVE TO DROP THE COURSE THROUGH URSA.132CL ORGANIC CHEM LAB N Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 M 2:00- 2:50A WGYOUNG 2200 MOUSER, J.K. 100 30 2.0For Chemistry 132CL, there is a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BRING LAB NOTEBOOK, GOGGLES AND LAB COAT TO YOUR FIRST LAB MEETING.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 132CLY 142-499-201 LAB 1A T 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 6086 16 0.0Y 142-499-202 LAB 1B T 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6072 12 0.0Y 142-499-203 LAB 1C W 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6086 16 0.0Y 142-499-204 LAB 1D W 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6072 12 0.0Y 142-499-205 LAB 1E R 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 6086 16 0.0Y 142-499-206 LAB 1F R 8:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 6072 12 0.0Y 142-499-207 LAB 1G R 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6086 16 0.0Y 142-499-208 LAB 1H F 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6072 12 0.0CM133 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 142-506-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM133, BMEDPHY CM133, CHM ENG CM133, MCD BIO CM133, MIC&IMM CM133, MICROB CM133153A STRCTR&ENZMS&MTBLSM Y Y ----------- LEC 1 MTWF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG CS50 BATES, M.A. 350 03 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 153AY 142-637-201 DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2150 24 0.0Y 142-637-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 2150 24 0.0Y 142-637-203 DIS 1C T 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2150 24 0.0Y 142-637-204 DIS 1D T 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 2150 24 0.0Y 142-637-205 DIS 1E W 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 2150 24 0.0Y 142-637-206 DIS 1F W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y 142-637-207 DIS 1G W 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 1221A 23 0.0Y 142-637-208 DIS 1H W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y 142-637-209 DIS 1I R 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y 142-637-210 DIS 1J R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y 142-637-211 DIS 1K F 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y 142-637-212 DIS 1L F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2173 23 0.0Y 142-637-213 DIS 1M F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y 142-637-214 DIS 1N F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y 142-637-215 DIS 1O F 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2150 23 0.0Y ----------- LEC 2 MTWF 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG CS24 CLARKE, S.G. 235 04 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 153AY 142-637-221 DIS 2A M 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2168 27 0.0Y 142-637-222 DIS 2B M 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2174 26 0.0Y 142-637-223 DIS 2C T 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 2174 26 0.0Y 142-637-224 DIS 2D T 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2174 26 0.0Y 142-637-225 DIS 2E W 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 2174 26 0.0Y 142-637-226 DIS 2F W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3150 26 0.0Y 142-637-227 DIS 2G W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2174 26 0.0Y 142-637-228 DIS 2H F 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 2174 26 0.0Y 142-637-229 DIS 2I F 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2174 26 0.0153B DNA&RNA&PROTN SYNTH Y Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG CS24 MEYER, D.I. 200 06 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 153BY 142-638-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3150 50 0.0Y 142-638-202 DIS 1B W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3153 50 0.0Y 142-638-203 DIS 1C R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3150 50 0.0Y 142-638-204 DIS 1D F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3150 50 0.0153C METABOLISM&REGULATN N Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG CS76 GOBER, J.W. 200 07 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 153CY 142-639-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3123 50 0.0Y 142-639-202 DIS 1B W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2156 50 0.0Y 142-639-203 DIS 1C R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3123 50 0.0Y 142-639-204 DIS 1D F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3123 50 0.0153CH METBLSM&REGLTN-HNRS N 142-642-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2200 WEST, C.A. 20 04 G 4.0142-642-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2200 10 0.0142-642-202 DIS 1B R 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 2200 10 0.0For Chemistry 153L, many lectures will include a short exam; therefore, attendance at lectures is important.FOR CHEMISTRY 153L, ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST FIFTEEN MINUTES OF EACH LAB MEETING IS MANDATORY. If you are not present, your space will be reassigned and YOU willhave to drop the course.153L BIOCHMICAL MTHDS I Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 TR 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG CS50 GILBERT, D. 350 30 4.0YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BRING GOGGLES, LAB COAT AND LAB MANUAL TO YOUR FIRST LAB MEETING. LAB MANUALS CAN BE PURCHASED AT 20/20 COURSE READER MATERIALAT 1141 WESTWOOD BLVD.For Chemistry 153L, there is a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 153LY 142-641-201 LAB 1A T 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1089 50 0.0Y 142-641-202 LAB 1B T 5:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1089 50 0.0Y 142-641-203 LAB 1C W 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1089 50 0.0Y 142-641-204 LAB 1D W 5:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1089 50 0.0Y 142-641-205 LAB 1E R 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1089 50 0.0Y 142-641-206 LAB 1F R 5:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 1089 50 0.0Y 142-641-207 LAB 1G F 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1089 50 0.0154 BIOCHMICAL MTHDS II N Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 TR 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG CS24 WHITELEGGE, J.P. 0 30 G 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Chemistry 154For Chemistry 154, there will be a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-640-201 LAB 1A TR 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6085 0 0.0Y 142-640-202 LAB 1B TR 5:30- 9:20P WGYOUNG 6085 0 0.0Y 142-640-203 LAB 1C WF 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6085 0 0.0156 PHYSICAL BIOCHEM N ----------- LEC 1 MWRF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG CS76 LAVELLE, L. 200 03 4.0142-650-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG CS76 200 0.0174 INORG&METALORG LAB Y Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 TR 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2200 HAWTHORNE, M.F. 0 13 4.0For Chemistry 174, there will be a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.Y 142-744-201 LAB 1A WF 1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 6071 0 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 CHICANA AND CHICANO STUDIES / 61CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS206 CHEMISTRY OF BIO N 542-036-200 SEM 1 W 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2018 THE STAFF 30 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC215B QUANTUM CHEM-MTHODS N 542-092-200 LEC 1 MWRF 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 3069 SCHWARTZ, B.J. 20 04 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS218 PHYS CHEM STDT SEM N 542-108-200 SEM 1 R 12:00-12:50P MOL SCI 3440 NEUHAUSER, D. 50 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC223B CLASS&STAT THERMDYN N 542-145-200 LEC 1 MWRF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2018 GELBART, W.M. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM227 BACTERIA AND PHAGE N 542-164-200 LEC 1 MWRF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2200 GOBER, J.W. 15 02 G 4.0SAME AS : MCD BIO CM207, MIC&IMM M227, MICROB M227RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSFor Chemistry 228, graduate students beyond their first year should enroll on an S/U basis.228 CHEMICL PHYSICS SEM N 542-170-200 SEM 1 M 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 BAUGH, D.A. 150 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM230B STRCTURL MOLEC BIOL N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2018 YEATES, T.O. 25 05 4.0SAME AS : MCD BIO M230BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS542-182-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2018 THE STAFF 25 0.0CM233 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 542-205-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM233, BMEDPHY CM233, CHM ENG CM233, MCD BIO CM233, MIC&IMM CM233, MICROB CM233RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS236 SPCTRSCP MTH-ORG CH N 542-224-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 2200 FOOTE, C.S. 45 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSFor Chemistry 241A, Professor Chapman will be teaching a Special Topics Technical Writing Course.241A SPCL TPCS-ORGC CHEM N 542-254-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00- 9:50A MOL SCI 3440 CHAPMAN, O.L. 20 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSChemistry 241B: Topics in Medicinal Chemistry241B SPCL TPCS-ORGC CHEM N 542-255-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MOL SCI 3440 JUNG, M.E. 15 03 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSChemistry 10C meets the second five of the quarter. Class begins on Monday, February 16, 1998.247 ORGANIC COLLOQUIUM N 542-295-200 SEM 1 R 4:00- 5:50P MOL SCI 3440 SIGMAN, D.S. 150 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSFor Chemistry 248, graduate students beyond their first year should enroll on an S/U basis.248 ORGANIC CHEM SEM N 542-309-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 4:50P MOL SCI 3440 MERLIC, C.A. 150 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS249B PROB-ADV ORGNC CHEM N 542-314-200 LEC 1 W 7:00- 8:50P MOL SCI 3440 MYLES, D.C. 150 23 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS258 BIOCHEM STUDENT SEM N 542-395-200 SEM 1 R 6:00- 7:50P MOL SCI 3440 CLARKE, C.F. 100 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM263 METABOLISM&REGULATN N 542-428-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 3069 WEISS, R.L. 0 03 4.0SAME AS : BIOL CH M263RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM267 CELL&SGNLNG&DIFRNTN N 542-458-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI COLICELLI, J.J. 20 04 G 6.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM267, MCD BIO CM223RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS276B CHRCTZTN-INRG CMPND N 542-515-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 4216 ZINK, J.I. 40 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSFor Chemistry 278, graduate students beyond their first year should enroll on an S/U basis.278 INORGANIC CHEM SEM N 542-526-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 5:50P MOL SCI 3440 KAESZ, H.D. 150 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS279 BIOINORGANIC CHEM Y 542-530-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A WGYOUNG 3069 VALENTINE, J.S. 40 12 4.0RESTRICT: CHEM,BIOCHEM,GEOCHEM,MOL BIO GRADS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 542-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED JERGENSON, P.L. 300 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSCHICANA AND CHICANO STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Chicana and Chicano Studies Program, 7349 Bunche Hall.10B CHICANOS-US SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 1209B VALENZUELA, A. 140 03 4.0144-031-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 289 20 0.0144-031-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5422 20 0.0144-031-203 DIS 1C W 2:00- 2:50P WGYOUNG 2018 20 0.0144-031-204 DIS 1D W 11:00-11:50A 20 0.0144-031-205 DIS 1E W 12:00-12:50P 20 0.0144-031-206 DIS 1F W 1:00- 1:50P MS 5217 20 0.0144-031-207 DIS 1G W 5:00- 5:50P KINSEY 365 VALENZUELA, A. 20 0.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT101 THEORETICL CONCEPTS N 144-306-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P DODD 170 PAREDES, R.A. 50 05 4.0M105B RECENT CHICANO LIT N 144-451-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P DODD 146 PEREZ-TORRES, R. 30 09 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M105BM116 CHICANO MUSIC IN US N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1200 LOZA, S.J. 15 13 4.0SAME AS : ETHNOMU M116144-472-201 DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A SH 1440 5 0.0144-472-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A SH 1440 5 0.0144-472-203 DIS 1C F 12:00-12:50P SH 1440 5 0.0122 PLANNING ISS-LATINO N 144-486-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3178 VALENZUELA, A. 35 14 G 4.0131 BARRIO POPULAR CLTR N 144-513-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 2232 GASPAR DE ALBA, A. 50 13 G 4.0M133 CHICANA LESBIAN LIT N 144-519-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 4660 GASPAR DE ALBA, A. 40 16 G 4.0SAME AS : LGBS M133, WOMEN M133M145B CHICANO LIT-1960 ON Y 144-556-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P HAINES 118 CALDERON, H.V. 5 16 4.0SAME AS : SPAN M145BM159B HIST-CHICANO PEOPLE N 144-711-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 2270 GOMEZ-QUINONES, J. 10 12 4.0SAME AS : HIST M159BOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


62 / CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSM166 MEXCN MURAL-MURALSM N 144-725-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 5:50P OFF CAM BACA, J.F. 10 07 G 4.0SAME AS : WLD ART M166M167 PUBLIC ART N 144-728-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BACA, J.F. 50 03 4.0SAME AS : WLD ART M167M197B TOPICS-CHICANO LIT N 144-879-200 SEM 1 W 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3114 SALDIVAR-HULL, S. 5 02 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M197BChicano M197B: Labor and Literature in the 20th Century197C TOPICS-CHICANO STDS N 144-882-200 SEM 1 TR 5:00- 6:50P ROLFE 3126 PONS, M.C. 35 20 4.0Chicano 197C: Latin American Background for Chicano CultureCIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERINGFor more information on the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, consult the SEAS homepage at http://www.seas.ucla.edu via the Internet.15 COMPUTNG-CIVIL ENGR N 147-044-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5440 20 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS147-044-210 LEC 2 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5272 20 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS106A PRBLM SLV-ENGR ECON N 147-336-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2760 TU, C.K. 65 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS108 INT-MCHN-DFMBL SLDS N ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:20P KINSEY 169 THE STAFF 100 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS147-348-201 REC 1A F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2760 50 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS147-348-202 REC 1B F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5440 50 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS121 FNDTNS&ERTH STRCTRS N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2444 STEWART, J.P. 55 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: CIVIL ENGINEERING MAJORS147-426-201 DIS 1A R 12:00- 1:50P MS 5225 28 0.0147-426-202 DIS 1B T 11:00-12:50P BOELTER 5422 27 0.0130 ELEM STRUCTRAL MECH Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A MS 7608 DONG, S.B. 75 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: CIVIL ENGINEERING MAJORS147-521-201 REC 1A F 2:00- 3:50P BOTANY 325 75 0.0130L EXPRMT STRCTRL MECH N 147-523-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00-11:50A ENGR I 2011 THE STAFF 0 01 G 4.0135B INTRMD STRUCTR ANLY N 147-542-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2760 FELTON, L.P. 65 05 G 4.0142 DSN-REINF CNCR STRC N 147-569-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P MS 5200 WALLACE, J.W. 55 09 G 4.0F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 2444147 DSGN&CNST-TALL BLDG N 147-589-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A SLICHTR 2834 HART, G.C. 0 03 G 4.0151 INTR-WATR RESR ENGR Y 147-605-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 169 THE STAFF 90 03 G 4.0154 ENVIRO AQUATIC CHEM Y 147-618-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5272 THE STAFF 25 09 G 4.0156B WATR QUAL CNTRL LAB N ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5419 LAU, S. 0 05 G 4.0147-624-201 LAB 1A MW 1:00- 3:50P ENGR I 4130 0 0.0147-624-202 LAB 1B TR 1:00- 3:50P ENGR I 4130 0 0.0157C WASTEWTR TRTMT PLNT N 147-633-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5440 MAU, R.E. 50 16 G 4.0160 ENVIR MNTR&DATA ANL Y 147-642-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5264 SUN, N. 30 11 G 4.0164 HAZRDOUS WASTE SITE Y 147-658-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2444 HARMON, T.C. 70 01 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS222 SOIL DYNAMICS N 547-110-200 LEC 1 TBA VUCETIC, M. 10 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS228L ADV SOIL MECH LAB N 547-142-200 LAB 1 TR 2:00- 5:50P KINSEY 289 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM230 ELASTICITY N 547-150-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P CAMPBEL 2226 THE STAFF 10 07 G 4.0SAME AS : MECH&AE M256BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS235B FIN ELMNT ANLY-STRU N 547-176-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5419 JU, J. 30 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM237A DYNAMICS-STRUCTURES N 547-185-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P MS 5217 THE STAFF 20 09 4.0SAME AS : MECH&AE M269ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS242 ADV RENFRCD CNCR DS N 547-210-200 LEC 1 WF 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 4283 SELNA, L.G. 15 01 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS246 STRCT RESP-GRND MOT N 547-230-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 94 THE STAFF 10 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS249 STRCTR ENGR&MECHNCS N 547-245-200 LEC 1 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 247 50 15 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250A SURFACE WATER HYDRO N 547-250-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5252 DRACUP, J.A. 20 14 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250B GROUNDWATER HYDROL N 547-251-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5422 SUN, N. 25 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS254C CHEM-AIR POLLUTION Y 547-273-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P MS 5225 FAUST, B.C. 15 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS255A WTR&WASTEWTR TRTMNT N 547-278-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5419 ELIMELECH, M. 35 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS258A MEMBRN-AQUATC SSTMS N 547-290-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HAINES 82 ELIMELECH, M. 10 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS259A TPCS-ENVIRNMNT ENGR N 547-296-200 LEC 1 T 11:00-11:50A DODD 67 THE STAFF 10 13 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS263A ENVRNMNTL TRANSPORT N 547-316-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P DODD 154 STOLZENBACH, K.D. 10 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS296 ADV TPCS-CIVIL ENGR N 547-568-201 SEM 1 UNSCHED DRACUP, J.A. 15 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS547-568-202 SEM 2 ELIMELECH, M. 15 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS547-568-203 SEM 3 FAUST, B.C. 15 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


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64 / COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS154-013-205 DIS 1E M 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-206 DIS 1F M 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-207 DIS 1G M 4:00- 4:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-208 DIS 1H T 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 365 20 0.0154-013-209 DIS 1I F 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-210 DIS 1J W 8:00- 8:50A KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-211 DIS 1K W 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-212 DIS 1L W 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-213 DIS 1M W 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-214 DIS 1N W 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-215 DIS 1O W 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-216 DIS 1P W 4:00- 4:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-217 DIS 1Q R 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 365 20 0.0154-013-218 DIS 1R F 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-219 DIS 1S F 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.0154-013-220 DIS 1T F 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 346 20 0.015A MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE N 154-090-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG CS24 ASHOUR-ABDALLA, M. 100 16 4.0115 DYAD COMM&INTPR REL N 154-410-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3164 KETELAAR, T.V. 40 30 4.0M125 TALK&SOCL INSTITTNS N 154-449-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 5:20P HAINES 2 CLAYMAN, S.E. 20 16 4.0SAME AS : SOCIOL CM125RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORSM135 MASS COMMUNICATION N 154-480-200 SEM 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE A152 MELZER, S.E. 7 15 6.0SAME AS : HNRS M135RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT140 THRY-PERSUASVE COMM N 154-498-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1222 ROSENTHAL, P.I. 100 05 4.0M144B CONVRSTNL STRCTRS 2 N 154-577-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 110 SCHEGLOFF, E.A. 5 14 4.0SAME AS : SOCIOL CM124B170 LEGAL COMMUNICATION N 154-735-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2214 ROSENTHAL, P.I. 75 08 4.0Communication Studies 170: Legal Communication175 CRITCSM&PUBLIC ARTS N 154-765-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A FRANZ 2258A VONBLUM, W.P. 140 02 4.0185 FLD STD-COMMUNICATN N 154-793-200 LEC 1 T 5:00- 6:50P KINSEY 169 GREGORY, M.S. 80 30 PN 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE197G EMOTION&COMMUNICATN N 154-806-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2178 KETELAAR, T.V. 25 06 4.0RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORSCommunication Studies 197G: Emotion and Communication197R POLITICS&NEWS MEDIA N 154-815-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P DODD 146 PLATE, T. 60 15 4.0Communication Studies 197R: Politics and the News MediaCOMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES100 INTRO-COMM HLTH SCI N 040-301-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI GALAL, O.M. 75 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: PUBLIC HEALTH (789 MAJOR CODE ONLY)132 HLTH&DSEAS&SRV-L AM N 040-492-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 41235 TAUB, B. 20 15 4.0M140 ASIAN PCFC ISLANDRS N 040-540-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 31235 KAGAWA SINGER, M. 25 30 G 4.0SAME AS : ASIA AM M129A211A PROG PLAN&RSCH&EVAL N 840-067-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI SORENSON, S.B. 75 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES MAJORS218 QUESTNNR DSGN&ADMIN N 840-108-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 31235 BOURQUE, L.B. 20 01 G 4.0RESTRICT: 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S.B. 20 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT283 AGING&HLTH BEHAVIOR N 840-502-200 DIS 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 61262 FRANK, J.C. 20 08 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS286 SEM-BEHAV SCIEN&HLT N 840-516-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 61269 UPCHURCH, D.M. 24 09 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM287 POLITICS-HLTH POLCY N 840-523-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 61269 WALLACE, S.P. 30 16 G 4.0SAME AS : HLT SER M287RESTRICT: ALL PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENTS ONLY292 COM&MEDIA-HLT PROMO N 840-553-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 71257 GLIK, D.C. 20 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS293 SOCL&BHVR RSCH-AIDS N 840-559-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 51279 MORISKY, D. 15 15 G 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS296 RSRCH TPCS-COMM HLT N 840-577-200 DIS 1 W 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 41235 MORISKY, D. 15 06 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT431 RSRCH-WOMENS HEALTH N 840-663-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 31235 UPCHURCH, D.M. 30 06 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS434A MTRNL&CHLD HLT-DVLP N 840-668-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 51279 NEUMANN, C.G. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: EPIDEMIOLOGY,PUBLIC HEALTHM436A CHILD HEALTH N 840-671-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 31235 HALFON, N. 20 08 G 4.0SAME AS : HLT SER M449ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 COMPUTER SCIENCE / 65CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS441 PLAN&EVAL-INTL HLTH N 840-683-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI GALAL, O.M. 15 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: ALL PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENTS ONLY443 ASSMNT-FMLY NUTRITN N 840-686-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 61262 HARRISON, G.G. 30 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS448 NUTRTN PLCYS&PRGRMS N 840-696-200 LEC 1 F 9:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 41235 BAER, M.T. 15 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS474 SLF CRE&HLP-CMTY HL N 840-754-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 61243 GOLDSTEIN, M.S. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS482 PRCTCM-COMUNTY HLTH N 840-765-200 DIS 1 F 9:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61235 PRELIP, M.L. 20 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT483 HLTH PROMO&EDUCATN Y 840-766-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 61243 KAR, S.B. 25 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTCOMPARATIVE LITERATUREAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.C105 COMIC VISION N 152-330-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:15P PUB POL 2319 BAND, A.J. 15 07 4.0M168 KOREAN AMERICAN LIT N 152-708-200 SEM 1 TR 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 2160 SHIH, S. 20 13 4.0SAME AS : ASIA AM M132AM171 CHIN IMGRNT LIT&FLM N 152-726-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P BUNCHE 3211 SHIH, S. 20 15 4.0SAME AS : ASIA AM M132B, CHINESE M153For Comparative Literature M174, film screenings will be announced.M174 FILM&LIT-SPAN-SPKNG N 152-744-200 LEC 1 T 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 3150 MONLEON, J.B. 20 13 4.0R 11:00-12:15P MS 5203SAME AS : SPAN M161C205 COMIC VISION N 556-031-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:15P PUB POL 2319 BAND, A.J. 10 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS284 THEORIES-TRANSLATN N 556-431-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 5:50P HAINES 110 KRISTAL, E. 15 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS290 CNTMP THRYS OF CRIT N 556-499-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P DODD 154 SALDIVAR-HULL, S. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSComparative Literature 290: Feminisms of the Americas291 PROB-THEORY OF LIT N 556-504-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2292 PACKER, B.L. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSComparative Literature 291: Cross-Cultural Fertilization and the Transcendentalists375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 556-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED MANNERS, M.M. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPARATIVE LITERATURE MAJORS495 PREP TEACH LIT&CMPO N 556-775-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED MANNERS, M.M. 15 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: COMPARATIVE LITERATURE MAJORSCOMPUTER SCIENCEFor more information on the Department of Computer Science, consult the SEAS homepage at http://www.seas.ucla.edu via the Internet.31 INTRO TO COM SCI 1 N ----------- LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 141 THE STAFF 70 28 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATES187-093-201 DIS 1A F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5264 35 0.0187-093-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5419 35 0.032 INTRO TO COM SCI 2 Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 141 LICHTEN, L. 70 28 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATES187-096-201 DIS 1A F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5419 35 0.0187-096-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5264 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MW 4:00- 5:50P DODD 121 THE STAFF 70 28 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATES187-096-211 DIS 2A F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5264 35 0.0187-096-212 DIS 2B F 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5264 35 0.0----------- LEC 3 MW 2:00- 3:50P KNUDSEN 1240B THE STAFF 70 28 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATES187-096-221 DIS 3A F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5436 35 0.0187-096-222 DIS 3B F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5436 35 0.0----------- LEC 4 TR 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 141 LICHTEN, L. 70 28 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATES187-096-231 DIS 4A F 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5264 35 0.0187-096-232 DIS 4B F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5273 35 0.051A LOGC DSGN-DGTL SSTM Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOTANY 325 AVIZIENIS, A. 55 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI AND EL ENGR UNDERGRADUATES187-154-201 REC 1A F 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 141 55 0.0RESTRICT: COM SCI AND EL ENGR UNDERGRADUATES----------- LEC 2 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5440 POTKONJAK, M. 55 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI AND EL ENGR UNDERGRADUATES187-154-211 REC 2A F 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5249 55 0.0RESTRICT: COM SCI AND EL ENGR UNDERGRADUATES----------- LEC 3 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5440 AVIZIENIS, A. 55 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI AND EL ENGR UNDERGRADUATES187-154-221 REC 3A F 4:00- 5:50P MS 6229 55 0.0RESTRICT: COM SCI AND EL ENGR UNDERGRADUATES111 OPERATNG SSTMS PRIN Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P KNUDSEN 1240B THE STAFF 65 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-336-201 LAB 1A F 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 141 65 0.0----------- LEC 2 TR 4:00- 5:50P KNUDSEN 1240B THE STAFF 65 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-336-211 LAB 2A F 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 141 65 0.0112 COM SYS MDLG FNDMTL N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 141 CARLYLE, J.W. 65 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-338-201 LAB 1A F 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ 2258A 65 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


66 / COMPUTER SCIENCE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS118 CMPTR NTWRK FNDMNTL N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5249 ZHANG, L. 60 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-350-201 REC 1A F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5419 25 0.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-350-202 REC 1B F 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5419 25 0.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS130 SOFTWARE ENGINEERNG Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P MS 6229 THE STAFF 50 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-500-201 LAB 1A F 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2760 50 0.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS131 PROGRAMMING LANGS Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN 1240B THE STAFF 70 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS187-510-201 LAB 1A F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5273 35 0.0187-510-202 LAB 1B F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5273 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MW 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1246 THE STAFF 70 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS187-510-211 LAB 2A F 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5436 35 0.0187-510-212 LAB 2B F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5272 35 0.0132 COMPILER CONSTRCTN Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P GEOLOGY 3656 THE STAFF 50 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS187-545-201 LAB 1A F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5440 50 0.0133 PARALL&DSTRBTD CMPT Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 2444 BAGRODIA, R. 40 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: CS,EE,CYBER,CS&L,MATH-COMP JR&SR187-549-201 DIS 1A F 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2444 40 0.0RESTRICT: CS,EE,CYBER,CS&L,MATH-COMP JR&SR151B COMPUTR SYSTMS ARCH Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P MS 5233 25 09 G 4.0187-650-201 DIS 1A F 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5252 25 0.0151C DESGN-DIGITL SYSTMS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 2760 ERCEGOVAC, M.D. 50 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-651-201 LAB 1A F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5249 50 0.0152A DIGITAL DESIGN LAB N 187-686-200 LAB 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 3815 15 26 G 2.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-686-210 LAB 2 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 3815 15 26 G 2.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-686-220 LAB 3 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 3815 15 26 G 2.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS152B CMPT DSN&INTRFC LAB Y 187-688-200 LAB 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 3815 15 27 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-688-210 LAB 2 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 3815 15 27 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-688-220 LAB 3 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 3815 15 27 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS161 ARTIFICL INTELLIGNC Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5249 SHAMS, S. 60 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS187-696-201 LAB 1A F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5272 30 0.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS187-696-202 LAB 1B F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5420 30 0.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS163 NTRL LANG PROCESSNG N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2760 DYER, M.G. 40 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS187-699-201 LAB 1A F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5249 40 0.0170A SCIENTIFIC COMPUTNG N 187-703-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5272 PARKER, D.S. 20 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS171L REAL-TIME SSTMS LAB N 187-708-200 LAB 1 W 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5264 20 09 G 2.0- 4.0M 1:00- 4:50P BOELTER 3704174 ELEMNTS-CMPTR GRAPH Y 187-719-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P GEOLOGY 4660 THE STAFF 50 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS180 ALGORITHMS&COMPLXTY Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 141 KOUTSOUPIAS, E. 70 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS187-780-201 DIS 1A F 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5436 35 0.0187-780-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5436 35 0.0181 FORML LANGS&AUTOMTA Y ----------- LEC 1 TBA KAHNG, A.B. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS187-787-201 REC 1A F 8:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN 1200B 65 0.0RESTRICT: COM SCI,COM SCI&LING,JUNIORS&SENIORS190 COM SCI DSGN PROJCT N 187-828-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5272 KLINGER, A. 25 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE JUNIORS AND SENIORS201 COMPUTR SCIENCE SEM N 587-005-200 SEM 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 3400 SANADIDI, M.Y. 150 16 SU 2.0212A QUEUEING SSTMS THRY N 587-071-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5436 THE STAFF 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS218 ADV COMPUTER NTWRKS N 587-111-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5264 GERLA, M. 30 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS233A PARALLEL PROGRAMMNG N 587-200-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P MS 3915D BAGRODIA, R. 20 07 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS240A DATA&KNOWLEDGE BASE N 587-238-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P MS 5203 ZANIOLO, C. 25 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS241B PCTRL&MLTMEDIA DTBS N 587-244-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P MS 3915A CARDENAS, A.F. 20 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS245A INTELGNT INFO SSTMS N 587-270-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5422 CHU, W.W. 25 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS253B FAULT-TOLRNT CMPTNG N 587-321-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5436 RENNELS, D.A. 25 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS256A ADV SCALABL ARCHTCT N 587-336-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5273 TAMIR, Y. 25 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCES / 67CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS259 COMPTR SCI-SYS DSGN N 587-357-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5514 POTKONJAK, M. 25 15 2.0-12.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS261A PRBLM SOLVNG&SEARCH N 587-368-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5419 KORF, R.E. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS267B ARTIFCL NEURL SSTMS N 587-401-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5273 VIDAL, J.J. 25 09 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS268 MACHINE PERCEPTION N 587-405-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5419 SHAMS, S. 25 11 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS271B DSTRIBUTD PARAM SYS N 587-427-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A MS 5203 KARPLUS, W.J. 25 03 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS281A CMPUTBLTY&CMPLEXITY N 587-490-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5264 GREIBACH, S.A. 25 05 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS288S THEORETICAL COM SCI N 587-538-200 SEM 1 F 12:00- 1:50P MS 7608 GREIBACH, S.A. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS289A CUR TPCS CMPTR THRY N 587-545-200 LEC 1 TBA KOUTSOUPIAS, E. 10 30 2.0-12.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS298 RSRCH SEM-CMPTR SCI N 587-581-201 SEM 1 F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 4413 TAMIR, Y. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-202 SEM 2 KAHNG, A.B. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-203 SEM 3 GERLA, M. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-204 SEM 4 PARKER, D.S. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-205 SEM 5 CARDENAS, A.F. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-206 SEM 6 DYER, M.G. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-207 SEM 7 ZHANG, L. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-208 SEM 8 ZANIOLO, C. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-209 SEM 9 DISTEFANO, J.J. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS587-581-210 SEM 10 KORF, R.E. 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 587-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED MUNTZ, R.R. 40 20 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADSCYBERNETICSAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.195H HONORS THESIS N 177-980-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED THE STAFF 10 30 PN 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTDENTISTRY98B PSYCHOLOGY OF FEAR N 175-284-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-11:50A MAZEY, K.A. 20 11 G 4.0Oral Biology201A ORL BIO-ONTOGENESIS N 576-023-200 LEC 1 T 5:15- 6:15P DENT BERNARD, G.W. 20 30 3.0R 12:00-12:50P DENTRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS201B HOMEOSTASIS-ORL SYS N 576-022-200 LEC 1 W 12:00-12:50P DENT JUNGE, D. 20 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM204 MCHNSMS&RELIEF-PAIN N 576-040-200 LEC 1 TBA SPIGELMAN, I. 5 20 G 2.0SAME AS : NEUROSC M233RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS205 RSCH DSGN&DATA ANLY N 576-043-200 LEC 1 TBA DENT CHIAPPELLI, F. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS206 TPCS-ORAL IMMUNOLGY N 576-044-200 DIS 1 F 12:00-12:50P DENT MIYASAKI, K.T. 20 30 G 1.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS226B CRANFACL GRTH&DVLPT N 576-157-200 LEC 1 T 10:00-11:50A DENT RUDOLPH, D. 20 30 T2 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS260 ORAL BIOLOGY SEM N 576-360-200 SEM 1 M 5:15- 6:15P DENT WOLINSKY, L.E. 20 30 SU 2.0T 12:00-12:50P DENTRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSDESIGNConsult the Design counselor, 1300 Dickson Hall, regarding the new program.197 HONORS COURSE N 116-896-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ALLEN, R. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 516-960-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ALLEN, R. 25 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTEARTH AND SPACE SCIENCESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.1 INTRO TO EARTH SCI N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG CS76 BIRD, G.P. 120 04 4.0178-006-201 LAB 1A T 9:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 3657 20 0.0178-006-202 LAB 1B T 11:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 3657 20 0.0178-006-203 LAB 1C W 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3657 20 0.0178-006-204 LAB 1D W 3:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 3657 20 0.0178-006-205 LAB 1E R 9:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 3657 20 0.0178-006-206 LAB 1F R 11:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 3657 20 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


68 / EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS2 EARTH HISTORY Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 3645 KENNEDY, M.A. 40 03 4.0178-012-201 LAB 1A T 9:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 5644 20 0.0178-012-202 LAB 1B T 1:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 5644 20 0.05 ENVIRON GEOLOGY-L A N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 3656 JACKSON, D.D. 60 05 4.0178-027-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3645 20 0.0178-027-202 DIS 1B W 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3645 20 0.0178-027-203 DIS 1C R 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3645 20 0.08 EARTHQUAKES N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A GEOLOGY 3656 SCHUBERT, G. 66 12 4.0178-048-201 DIS 1A W 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 5655 22 0.0178-048-202 DIS 1B W 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 5655 22 0.0178-048-203 DIS 1C W 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 5655 22 0.09 ORGN&EVLTN-SLR SYSM N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P GEOLOGY 3656 RUSSELL, C.T. 66 13 4.0178-054-201 DIS 1A R 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 5655 22 0.0178-054-202 DIS 1B R 2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 5655 22 0.0178-054-203 DIS 1C R 3:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 5655 22 0.016 MJR EVNTS-HIST LIFE N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 1260 BELASKY, P. 120 05 4.0178-097-201 LAB 1A T 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3820 20 0.0178-097-202 LAB 1B T 3:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 3820 20 0.0178-097-203 LAB 1C W 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3820 20 0.0178-097-204 LAB 1D W 3:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 3820 20 0.0178-097-205 LAB 1E R 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3820 20 0.0178-097-206 LAB 1F R 3:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 3820 20 0.051B OPTCL MNRLGY-PETROG Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 4641 DOLLASE, W.A. 30 02 4.0178-155-201 LAB 1A TR 9:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 4641 15 0.0178-155-202 LAB 1B TR 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 4641 15 0.0100 PRINC-EARTH SCIENCE N 178-301-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P GEOLOGY 3820 HOUSTON, H.B. 40 13 4.0111 STRATGRAPC&FLD GEOL N 178-365-200 LEC 1 F 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 3645 INGERSOLL, R.V. 50 07 6.0----------- LAB 1A F 2:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 3645 50 0.0----------- FLD 1AA OFF CAM INGERSOLL, R.V. 50 0.0111G FIELD GEOLOGY N 178-368-200 LEC 1 F 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 3645 INGERSOLL, R.V. 10 07 2.0- 4.0----------- LAB 1A F 2:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 3645 10 0.0----------- FLD 1AA OFF CAM INGERSOLL, R.V. 10 0.0116 PALEONTOLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BOELTER 2444 RUNNEGAR, B.N. 80 14 4.0178-403-201 LAB 1A W 9:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 5644 20 0.0178-403-202 LAB 1B W 2:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 5644 20 0.0178-403-203 LAB 1C R 9:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 5644 20 0.0178-403-204 LAB 1D R 2:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 5644 20 0.0120 RUBEY COLLOQUIUM N 178-427-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY REID, M.R. 40 20 4.0139 ENGR&ENVIRNMTL GEOL N 178-536-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P GEOLOGY 3645 MERIFIELD, P.M. 45 13 4.0152 PHYSCS OF THE EARTH N 178-612-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A GEOLOGY 5655 ANDERSON, O.L. 45 12 4.0200C PLASMAS N 578-007-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY KIVELSON, M.G. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS208 GEOTHERMICS N 578-038-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY ANDERSON, O.L. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM224A ELASTODYNAMICS N 578-143-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY VIDALE, J.E. 10 20 G 4.0SAME AS : MECH&AE M257ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS235B CURRNT RSCH-GEOCHEM N 578-211-200 DIS 1 W 4:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 4645 LATOURRETTE, T. 40 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS245A STRESS&DEFORMATION N 578-272-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY OERTEL, G.F. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS248 ADV STRUCTURAL GEOL N 578-290-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY YIN, A. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS252 SEM-GEOCHEMISTRY N 578-312-200 SEM 1 TBA GEOLOGY WASSON, J.T. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS261 MAGNETOSPH PLAS PHY N 578-366-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY MCPHERRON, R.L. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM270B SEM-CLIMATE DYNAMCS N 578-422-200 SEM 1 TBA THE STAFF 5 30 2.0- 4.0SAME AS : ATMOSCI M272B, GEOG M270BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS282 SEMINAR-GEOPHYS N 578-492-200 SEM 1 TBA GEOLOGY DAVIS, P.M. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS287B SEISMLGY&EARTH INTR N 578-525-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 1810 VIDALE, J.E. 15 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM288B SEM-SPACE PHYSICS N 578-533-200 SEM 1 F 3:30- 4:50P GEOLOGY 6704 MCWILLIAMS, J.C. 25 30 SU 2.0SAME AS : ATMOSCI M275BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS289 SEM-FLUID DYNAMICS N 578-539-200 SEM 1 TBA GEOLOGY TACKLEY, P.J. 20 20 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS295B CURNT RSRCH-E&S SCI N 578-574-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 3656 SCHUBERT, G. 60 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS297 ADV TECH-GEOL RSRCH N ----------- LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY AXEN, G.J. 15 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS578-580-201 LAB 1A TBA GEOLOGY AXEN, G.J. 15 0.0298 ADVANCED TOPICS N 578-590-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY DAVIDSON, J.P. 10 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS578-590-201 LEC 2 TBA GEOLOGY KEILIS-BOROK, V. 10 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 578-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED NEWMAN, W.I. 25 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GEOCHEM,GEOL,GEOPHYS GRAD STUDENTSEAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES / 69CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSFor more information on East Asian, consult the department homepage at http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/EALC/homepage.html via the Internet.ChineseStudents who can speak some Mandarin, can read and write some characters, and intend to enroll in Chinese 1-3r in 1996-1997 must take the Elementary Level Placement Test (a 60-minute written exam followed by a 5-minute interview).IF YOU CANNOT READ CHINESE CHARACTERS, DO NOT TAKE THE TEST.Students who pass the Elementary Level Placement Test will have fulfilled the one-year foreign language requirement. Those who do not pass will be placed in Chinese 1, 1A, 2, 2A, 3, 3ror according to their scores.There are no official sign-ups for the test; just show up at the correct time and place and bring your <strong>UCLA</strong> ID and Registration cards. The placement test will be given January 5, 1998, 4-6 p.m. in Public Policy 1246.Students who did not take elementary Chinese courses (1, 1A, 2, 2A, 3, 3R) at <strong>UCLA</strong> but wish to enroll in intermediate Chinese (4-6R) should take the Intermediate Level Test (a 60-minutewritten exam followed by a 5-minute oral interview.Students who pass the test will meet two years of the foreign language requirement. Those who do not pass the test will be placed in Chinese 4, 4A, 5, 5A, 6, 6R according to their scores.The Second Year Placement Test will be given January 5, 1998, 4-6 p.m., in Public Policy 1337.ENROLLMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHINESE 2, 2A or 5, 5A: Enrollment is by INSTRUCTOR’S CONSENT ONLY. Instructor’s Consent will be given out for Chinese 2, 2A and 5, 5A the lastweek of Fall Quarter.2 ELEM MODERN CHINESE N 146-006-211 DIS 1A MWF 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 3118 20 0.0146-006-212 DIS 1B MWF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2292 20 0.0146-006-213 DIS 1C MWF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3118 20 0.0146-006-214 DIS 1D MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 3915A 20 0.0146-006-215 DIS 1E MWF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3118 20 0.0146-006-216 DIS 1F MF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2173 20 0.0W 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1222146-006-217 DIS 1G MWF 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5514 20 0.0146-006-218 DIS 1H MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 2106 20 0.0146-006-219 DIS 1I MWF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3120 20 0.0146-006-220 DIS 1J MWF 12:00-12:50P DANCE 122 20 0.0146-006-201 LEC M1 TR 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 1200 WANG, Y. 90 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT146-006-202 LEC M2 TR 11:00-11:50A DODD 161 WANG, Y. 90 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT2A ADV ELEM MOD CHINES N 146-007-211 DIS 1A MWF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3115 20 0.0146-007-212 DIS 1B MF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2150 20 0.0W 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2214146-007-213 DIS 1C MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3115 20 0.0146-007-214 DIS 1D MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5137 20 0.0146-007-215 DIS 1E MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5203 20 0.0146-007-216 DIS 1F MWF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3120 20 0.0146-007-201 LEC M1 TR 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5440 THE STAFF 60 12 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT146-007-202 LEC M2 TR 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 3400 THE STAFF 60 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT5 INTRMED MOD CHINESE Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-10:50A KNUDSEN 1240B LIAO, R. 80 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT146-015-211 DIS 1A M 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 230 20 0.0WF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 1221A146-015-212 DIS 1B MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3119 20 0.0146-015-213 DIS 1C TBA 20 0.0146-015-214 DIS 1D MWF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3119 20 0.0146-015-215 DIS 1E MWF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3119 20 0.05A ADV INTRM MOD CHNSE Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3143 LIAO, R. 40 15 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT146-016-201 DIS 1A MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 7608 20 0.0146-016-202 DIS 1B MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5138 20 0.06R RD&WRT-INT MOD CHIN Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 230 LIAO, R. 40 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT146-020-201 DIS 1A MWF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3115 20 0.0146-020-202 DIS 1B MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 3915D 20 0.0100B ADVD MODERN CHINESE N ----------- LEC 1 TWRF 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2238 THE STAFF 40 06 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT146-301-201 DIS 1A WF 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3118 20 0.0101B READ-MOD EXPOS CHIN N 146-307-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2168 LIAO, R. 20 30 4.0R 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 2168RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT110B INTR-CLASCL CHINESE N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P GEOLOGY 4660 STRASSBERG, R.E. 40 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT146-361-201 DIS 1A R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2150 15 0.0146-361-202 DIS 1B R 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2178 15 0.0146-361-203 DIS 1C R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3153 15 0.0146-361-204 DIS 1D R 3:00- 3:50P DODD 154 15 0.0140B CLSC LIT-T’ANG&SUNG N 146-544-200 DIS 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P KINSEY 96 STRASSBERG, R.E. 25 15 G 4.0150A LYRICAL TRADITIONS N 146-603-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 230 SCHABERG, D.C. 30 02 G 4.0152 CNTMP CHIN LIT&CLTR N 146-613-200 DIS 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P BUNCHE 2156 HUTERS, T.D. 30 16 0.0M153 CHIN IMGRNT LIT&FLM N 146-618-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P BUNCHE 3211 SHIH, S. 15 15 4.0SAME AS : ASIA AM M132B, COM LIT M171175 INTR-CHINESE THOUGT N 146-750-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 230 SCHABERG, D.C. 30 04 4.0212 HAN TO 6 DYNASTIES N 546-072-200 DIS 1 R 3:00- 5:30P BUNCHE 3169 FULLER, M. 15 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS230B MODERN CHINESE LIT N 546-181-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P MS 7608 HUTERS, T.D. 10 08 T2 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSEast Asian Languages and Cultures265A TOPCS-BUDDHIST STDS N 579-325-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3119 BUSWELL, R.E. 10 15 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


70 / EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 579-920-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED BUSWELL, R.E. 50 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: EAST ASIAN LANG GRADUATE STUDENTS495C TEACHING CHINESE N 579-790-200 TUT 1 M 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2278 WANG, Y. 15 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSJapaneseENROLLMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR JAPANESE 2 OR 5: To enroll in Japanese 2 or 5 using telephone enrollment, you must enroll in a discussion section first and then choose a lecturesection.If you want to exchange a lecture of Japanese 2 for another lecture of Japanese 2 (or Japanese 5 lecture for another Japanese 5 lecture), you must choose EXCHANGE SECONDARY SEC-TIONS when prompted to do so by the touchtone enrollment system.2 ELEM MOD JAPANESE N 363-006-211 DIS 1A MWF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3120 20 0.0363-006-212 DIS 1B MWF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3119 20 0.0363-006-213 DIS 1C MWF 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2178 20 0.0363-006-214 DIS 1D TBA 20 0.0363-006-215 DIS 1E MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5147 20 0.0363-006-216 DIS 1F TBA 20 0.0363-006-217 DIS 1G MWF 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2168 20 0.0363-006-218 DIS 1H MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 5233 20 0.0363-006-219 DIS 1I MWF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3115 20 0.0363-006-220 DIS 1J MWF 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3115 20 0.0363-006-221 DIS 1K MWF 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3120 20 0.0363-006-222 DIS 1L MWF 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3119 20 0.0363-006-201 LEC M1 TR 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2160 IWASAKI, S. 50 13 4.0363-006-202 LEC M2 TR 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG CS24 IWASAKI, S. 100 14 4.0363-006-203 LEC M3 TR 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG CS24 IWASAKI, S. 100 15 4.05 INTRMD MOD JAPANESE Y 363-015-211 DIS 1A MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3118 20 0.0363-015-212 DIS 1B MWF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3118 20 0.0363-015-213 DIS 1C MWF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 2134 20 0.0363-015-214 DIS 1D MWF 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1278 20 0.0363-015-215 DIS 1E MWF 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2292 20 0.0363-015-201 LEC M1 TR 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3175 DOUGLAS, M.O. 50 15 4.0363-015-202 LEC M2 TR 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 118 DOUGLAS, M.O. 50 15 4.0100B ADV MODERN JAPANESE N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-11:50A DODD 146 DOUGLAS, M.O. 60 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT363-301-201 DIS 1A MWF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2292 15 0.0363-301-202 DIS 1B MWF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2292 15 0.0363-301-203 DIS 1C MWF 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2292 15 0.0363-301-204 DIS 1D TBA 15 0.0101B ADV RDNGS-MDRN JPNS N 363-307-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 127 LIPPIT, S.M. 30 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTCM123 STRUCTUR-JAPANESE 2 N 363-438-200 LEC 1 TBA IWASAKI, S. 20 14 4.0SAME AS : LING M176B140B JAPANESE LIT-MEDEVL N 363-542-200 DIS 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P ROLFE 3115 PLUTSCHOW, H.E. 20 15 G 4.0C149 KAMBUN&OTHR LIT STL N 363-594-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 3170 PLUTSCHOW, H.E. 30 12 G 4.0154 POSTWAR CULTURE&LIT N 363-624-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 122 LIPPIT, S.M. 40 15 4.0C160 JAPANESE BUDDHISM N 363-660-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P GEOLOGY 3656 BODIFORD, W.M. 40 14 G 4.0188 PERSNLTYS-JAPAN CIV N 363-824-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE A152 PLUTSCHOW, H.E. 20 05 G 4.0C195 AESTHTCS&HERMNEUTCS Y 363-871-201 LEC 1 W 12:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3211 MARRA, M.F. 35 06 4.0197A SEM-CLASSICAL JAPAN N 363-883-200 SEM 1 F 8:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2156 MARRA, M.F. 25 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLYC197B SEM-MODERN JAPAN N 363-884-200 SEM 1 W 8:00-10:50A ROLFE 3106 BOURDAGHS, M.K. 12 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE201A JAPANSE ACADMC TXTS N 763-005-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 144 BOURDAGHS, M.K. 10 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC223 STRUCTUR-JAPANESE 2 N 763-138-200 LEC 1 TBA IWASAKI, S. 20 14 4.0TBARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS224A JPNS DISCOURSE LING N 763-144-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3118 AKATSUKA, N. 10 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS226 FUNCTNL LINGUISTICS N 763-158-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3114 10 16 4.0235A MDRN JAPANESE FICTN N 763-210-200 SEM 1 R 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3119 BOURDAGHS, M.K. 20 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC249 KAMBUN&OTHR LIT STL N 763-290-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 3170 PLUTSCHOW, H.E. 10 12 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC260 JAPANESE BUDDHISM N 763-360-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P GEOLOGY 3656 BODIFORD, W.M. 10 14 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC295 AESTHTCS&HERMNEUTCS N 763-571-200 LEC 1 W 12:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3211 MARRA, M.F. 10 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSKorean2 ELEM MODERN KOREAN N ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2238 SOHN, S. 60 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT364-006-201 DIS 1A MWF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3119 20 0.0364-006-202 DIS 1B MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3120 20 0.0364-006-203 DIS 1C MWF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3118 20 0.02A ELEM KORN-KORN SPKR Y 364-008-211 DIS 1A MWF 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2168 20 0.0364-008-212 DIS 1B MW 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5420 20 0.0364-008-213 DIS 1C TBA 20 0.0364-008-214 DIS 1D MWF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3115 20 0.0364-008-215 DIS 1E MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915A 20 0.0364-008-201 LEC M1 TR 11:00-11:50A LS 2142 THE STAFF 50 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT364-008-202 LEC M2 TR 12:00-12:50P MS 5200 THE STAFF 50 14 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ECONOMICS / 71CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS5 INTRMED MDRN KOREAN Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-10:50A HAINES 122 PARK, Y. 40 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT364-015-201 DIS 1A MW 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 4660 20 0.0F 10:00-10:50A MS 3915D364-015-202 DIS 1B MF 11:00-11:50A HAINES 20 20 0.0W 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 14115B INTRMD WRT-KRN SPKR Y 364-046-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3115 PARK, Y. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT364-046-201 LEC 2 TR 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3115 PARK, Y. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT20B KOREAN CONVERSATION Y 364-061-201 DIS 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3120 YOON, J.E. 20 30 3.0364-061-202 DIS 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 2134 YOON, J.E. 20 30 3.0364-061-203 DIS 3 MWF 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 230 YOON, J.E. 20 30 3.0100B ADV MODERN KOREAN N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 1:50P DODD 167 PARK, Y. 60 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT364-301-201 DIS 1A MF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3169 20 0.0W 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 141364-301-202 DIS 1B TBA 20 0.0364-301-203 DIS 1C MWF 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 4645 20 0.0101B ADV RDNG-MOD KOREAN N 364-307-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A ROLFE 3119 JUNG, H.J. 20 12 4.0102B ADV KOREAN CONVRSTN Y 364-313-200 DIS 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2178 THE STAFF 25 05 3.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT364-313-201 DIS 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2325 THE STAFF 25 06 3.0130A MODERN KOREAN LIT N 364-481-200 LEC 1 T 12:30- 3:15P ROLFE 3120 LEE, P.H. 15 15 G 4.0175 TRDTNL KOREAN THGHT N 364-751-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P DODD 78 DUNCAN, J. 50 14 G 4.0177 MODERN KOREAN THGHT N 364-758-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 6 LEE, 40 13 G 4.0235A MODERN KOREAN LIT N 764-210-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3106 LEE, P.H. 10 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS295A TRDTNL KOREAN CULTR N 764-572-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P HAINES 20 DUNCAN, J. 10 15 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSECONOMICSAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.1 PRIN OF ECONOMICS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P ROLFE 1200 LUK, F. 297 14 0.0180-004-201 QIZ 1A M 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 1221A 27 4.0180-004-202 QIZ 1B M 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3150 27 4.0180-004-203 QIZ 1C T 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2160 27 4.0180-004-204 QIZ 1D T 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3123 27 4.0180-004-205 QIZ 1E T 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-004-206 QIZ 1F W 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3170 27 4.0180-004-207 QIZ 1G W 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1337 27 4.0180-004-208 QIZ 1H R 5:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 2156 27 4.0180-004-209 QIZ 1I R 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3150 27 4.0180-004-210 QIZ 1J F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 1221A 27 4.0180-004-211 QIZ 1K F 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2178 27 4.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P DODD 147 SPROUL, M.F. 297 05 0.0180-004-221 QIZ 2A M 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 1221A 27 4.0180-004-222 QIZ 2B M 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-004-223 QIZ 2C M 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-004-224 QIZ 2D T 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3105 27 4.0180-004-225 QIZ 2E T 5:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-004-226 QIZ 2F W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3143 27 4.0180-004-227 QIZ 2G W 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1337 27 4.0180-004-228 QIZ 2H W 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 1221A 27 4.0180-004-229 QIZ 2I R 5:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 1221A 27 4.0180-004-230 QIZ 2J F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-004-231 QIZ 2K F 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3156 27 4.02 PRIN OF ECONOMICS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A DODD 147 SWANSON, J.B. 297 11 0.0180-008-201 QIZ 1A M 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-008-202 QIZ 1B M 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 1221A 27 4.0180-008-203 QIZ 1C T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2156 27 4.0180-008-204 QIZ 1D T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-008-205 QIZ 1E W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-008-206 QIZ 1F R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-008-207 QIZ 1G R 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1337 27 4.0180-008-208 QIZ 1H F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3156 27 4.0180-008-209 QIZ 1I F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-008-210 QIZ 1J W 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3150 27 4.0180-008-211 QIZ 1K W 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0----------- LEC 2 TR 12:30- 1:45P FOWLER A103B MCDEVITT, E.P. 297 14 0.0180-008-221 QIZ 2A M 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3164 27 4.0180-008-222 QIZ 2B M 11:00-11:50A MS 3915G 27 4.0180-008-223 QIZ 2C T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3143 27 4.0180-008-224 QIZ 2D R 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2156 27 4.0180-008-225 QIZ 2E T 3:00- 3:50P MS 5137 27 4.0180-008-226 QIZ 2F W 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2242 27 4.0180-008-227 QIZ 2G W 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2242 27 4.0180-008-228 QIZ 2H R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3211 27 4.0180-008-229 QIZ 2I R 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 1221A 27 4.0180-008-230 QIZ 2J F 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3164 27 4.0180-008-231 QIZ 2K R 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3156 27 4.011 MICROECONOMC THEORY Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2209A ROSENTHAL, J. 160 03 4.0180-052-201 DIS 1A M 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3143 20 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


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Other business economics majors may enroll during the second enrollment pass.104 MANAGERIAL ECONOMIC Y 180-406-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P BUNCHE 3175 CAI, H. 40 15 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR BUSINESS/ECON180-406-201 LEC 2 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 2250 RILEY, J.G. 40 12 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR BUSINESS/ECON107 HIST OF ECON THEORY Y 180-421-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P PUB POL 1234 MURPHY, G.G. 80 15 4.0180-421-201 LEC 2 TR 8:00- 9:15A PUB POL 1246 ALLEN, W.R. 100 11 4.0112 POLICIES-ECON DEV Y 180-457-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P HAINES 2 LAL, D.K. 100 15 4.0120 URBAN&REGIONAL ECON Y 180-475-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P PERLOFF 1102 HIRSCH, W.Z. 120 13 4.0130 PUBLIC FINANCE Y 180-502-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 2209A SIGMAN, H.A. 125 12 4.0180-502-201 LEC 2 TR 12:30- 1:45P BUNCHE 1209B YELOWITZ, A.S. 125 14 4.0M136 ECON MDL-POL CNFLCT N 180-554-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2173 HIRSHLEIFER, J. 8 09 4.0SAME AS : POL SCI M106RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT143 APLIED REGRESN ANLY Y 180-587-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P PUB POL 1246 CAMERON, T.A. 70 14 4.0Economics 143 lab sections will be available for students at times and rooms to be announced.145 TPCS-MATHMATCL ECON Y 180-610-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P DODD 170 SHAPLEY, L.S. 50 07 4.0147A INTRO-ECONOMETRICS N 180-637-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A HAINES 220 ZIVOT, E. 75 04 4.0160 MONEY AND BANKING Y 180-673-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P BUNCHE 2209A LUK, F. 125 16 4.0180-673-201 LEC 2 W 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 1209B BAIM, D. 125 09 4.0Economics 173 is limited to SENIOR business economics majors on the first telephone enrollment pass. Other business economics majors may enroll during the second enrollment pass.173 CENTRALIZED MARKETS Y 180-748-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 329 WILLIAMS, D.L. 50 14 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR BUSINESS/ECONEconomics 174 is limited to SENIOR business economics majors on the first telephone enrollment pass. Other business economics majors may enroll during the second enrollment pass.174 ORGNZTN OF THE FIRM Y 180-751-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:15A DODD 146 GALLES, G.M. 50 01 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR BUSINESS/ECON183 DEV-ECON INSTITU-US N 180-799-200 LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A PUB POL 1246 SOKOLOFF, K.L. 80 01 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


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580-005-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A DODD 146 ZAME, W.R. 70 20 4.0F 10:00-11:50A DODD 146RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS202B BUSINESS CYCLES N 580-010-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A DODD 146 HANSEN, G.D. 70 20 4.0F 12:00- 1:50P DODD 146RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS203B SINGLE EQUATN MODLS N 580-022-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P DODD 146 DWYER, M.J. 70 20 4.0F 2:00- 3:50P DODD 146RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS204H APPLIC OF ECON THRY N 580-039-200 LEC 1 TBA SIGMAN, H.A. 10 20 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTSM204M PHARMCTCL ECON&PLCY N 580-047-200 SEM 1 R 4:30- 6:50P HLTHSCI COMANOR, W.S. 10 16 T2 1.0SAME AS : HLT SER M204BRESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS205 ECONOMIC MODELING N 580-043-200 LEC 1 F 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3106 AOKI, M. 16 03 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS211B UNCRTNTY&INFO&GAMES N 580-071-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:20P BUNCHE 2249 CAI, H. 24 06 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS213B GNRL EQLBRM&GM THRY N 580-091-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P BUNCHE 2249 ZAME, W.R. 24 15 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS218B SEM-ECONOMIC THEORY N 580-110-200 SEM 1 TBA LEVINE, D.K. 40 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS219B ECON THRY&MATH ECON N 580-113-200 LEC 1 R 3:30- 4:50P BUNCHE 2249 OSTROY, J.M. 40 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS221B MONETARY ECON II N 580-126-200 LEC 1 W 5:00- 7:50P PUB POL 2278 HANSEN, G.D. 24 30 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS222D TOPCS-MONETARY ECON N 580-134-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2168 FARMER, R.E. 24 12 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS228B SEM-MONETARY ECON N 580-167-200 SEM 1 T 12:30- 1:45P BUNCHE 3157 FARMER, R.E. 20 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS229B WKSHP-MONETARY ECON N 580-173-200 LEC 1 M 3:30- 4:50P BUNCHE 2160 FARMER, R.E. 40 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS231B SYSTEM MODELS N 580-188-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2249 DWYER, M.J. 24 03 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS232C TOPICS-ECONOMETRICS N 580-195-200 LEC 1 TR 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SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS269B WORKSHOP-LABOR ECON N 580-421-200 LEC 1 T 3:30- 4:50P BUNCHE 9383 CURRIE, J. 50 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS271B IND ORG&PRC PLC&REG N 580-428-200 LEC 1 F 10:30-12:50P BUNCHE 2249 KLEIN, B. 24 03 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS279B WRKSHP-BUSINESS ORG N 580-479-200 LEC 1 M 1:30- 2:50P BUNCHE 9383 HUBBARD, T.N. 40 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS281B INTERNATNL FINANCE N 580-488-200 LEC 1 T 5:00- 7:50P BUNCHE 2249 VEGH, C.A. 24 20 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS285B WRKSHP-INTRNTL ECON N 580-511-200 LEC 1 W 3:30- 4:50P BUNCHE 2160 LAMBERTINI, L. 40 09 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS286A ECON DEVELOPMENT N 580-515-200 LEC 1 F 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 2173 LAL, D.K. 16 30 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS288B INTRNTL&DEVELP ECON N 580-527-200 SEM 1 R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2265 VEGH, C.A. 24 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTSEDUCATIONFor more information on the Department of Education, consult the department homepage at http://www.gse.ucla.edu/intro.htmo via the Internet.91B CHILD CARE N 183-241-200 LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 20 13 4.091E PRSPCTVS-US COLLEGE N 183-244-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A MOORE 3140 BONOUS-HAMMARTH, M 30 03 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


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583-240-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P MOORE 2120 ENDER, P. 45 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS583-240-201 LEC 2 T 12:00- 3:50P MOORE 2120 WEBB, N.M. 45 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS231D ADV QUANT MDLS-RSCH Y 583-259-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P MOORE 2120 SELTZER, M.H. 30 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS233A PROFESSIONL WRITING N 583-267-200 LEC 1 R 12:00- 3:50P MOORE 3030 DURKIN, D. 20 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS245 COST-BENEFT ANLY-ED N 583-326-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 5:50P MS 5225 JAMISON, D.T. 25 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250B TOPCL ISS-HIGHER ED N 583-348-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-12:50P MOORE 2120 TRENT, J.W. 20 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS251E SEL ISS-PHIL-EDUC N 583-370-200 SEM 1 T 12:00- 3:50P MOORE 3140 HARDING, S. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS252B SEM EDUC&SOC CHANGE N 583-379-200 SEM 1 R 6:00- 9:50P MOORE 1048 RUST, V.D. 20 24 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS253B SEM AFRICAN EDUC N 583-389-200 SEM 1 W 6:00- 9:50P MOORE 2016 EYANGO, V.M. 20 23 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS253C SEM ASIAN EDUCATION N 583-391-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 4:50P MOORE 1003 THE STAFF 20 05 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS253G SEM-ASIAN AMERCN&ED N 583-403-200 SEM 1 R 11:00- 2:50P MOORE 2120 NAKANISHI, D.T. 20 14 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING / 75CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS254 SEM-HISTORY OF EDUC N 583-408-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 5:50P MOORE 2016 JACOBY, R. 20 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS256B SPECL TOPIC DEVELOP N 583-421-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 5:50P HAINES 130 FESHBACH, N.D. 20 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS261F DVLPMT-COLLEGE STDT N 583-456-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-12:50P MOORE 2016 ASTIN, H.S. 20 11 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS272 ED POLICY&PRACTICE N 583-505-200 DIS 1 WS 6:00- 9:50P MOORE KRATZER, C.C. 20 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM281B REPROD&FAMILY&PARNT N 583-553-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 5:50P DODD 67 BLURTONJONES, N.G. 5 08 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M229B, PSYCTRY M279BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS282 STUDENTS AT RISK N 583-555-200 SEM 1 T 12:00- 3:50P MOORE 3320 GUTRZ/ROSE/ARTILES 10 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSEducation 282: Reconsidering At-Risk288 RESEARCH APPRENTICE N 583-565-201 DIS 1 M 4:00- 7:50P MOORE 2016 ARTILES, A.J. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-202 DIS 2 T 2:00- 3:50P MOORE CATTERALL, J.S. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-203 DIS 3 M 4:00- 5:50P MOORE 3021 DORR, A. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-204 DIS 4 F 12:00- 1:30P MOORE 2016 GRAHAM, S.H. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-205 DIS 5 W 9:00-10:50A MOORE 1026 GUTIERREZ, K.D. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-206 DIS 6 TBA HODAPP, R.M. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-207 DIS 7 W 1:00- 2:50P HOWES, C. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-208 DIS 8 M 2:00- 3:50P MOORE 3132 IMBENS-BAILEY, A. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-209 DIS 9 R 12:00- 1:50P MOORE 2016 KAFAI, Y.B. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-210 DIS 10 R 10:00- 2:50P MOORE 3132 KASARI, C.L. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-211 DIS 11 R 3:30- 5:30P MOORE 3320 MCDONOUGH, P.M. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-212 DIS 12 F 1:00- 3:50P MOORE 3030 MCLAREN, P.L. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-213 DIS 13 W 3:00- 5:50P MOORE 3140 MUTHEN, B. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-214 DIS 14 M 12:00- 3:50P MOORE 2052 OAKES, J.L. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-215 DIS 15 R 8:00-11:50A MOORE 2016 RUST, V.D. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-216 DIS 16 R 6:00- 9:50P MOORE 2120 SOLORZANO, D.G. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-217 DIS 17 TBA STIPEK, D.J. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-218 DIS 18 TBA TORRES, C.A. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-219 DIS 19 M 3:00- 6:50P MOORE 3140 WELLS, A.S. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT583-565-220 DIS 20 TBA WILMS, W.W. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT299B RSRCH PRACTICM EDUC N 583-590-200 CLI 1 T 6:00- 9:50P MOORE 2016 RUST, V.D. 25 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS583-590-201 CLI 2 M 9:00-12:50P MOORE 2137 FRANKE, M.L. 25 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS583-590-202 CLI 3 M 12:00- 3:50P MOORE 1048 HODAPP, R.M. 25 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS583-590-203 CLI 4 W 9:00-12:50P MOORE 3030 ASTIN/EL-KHAWAS 25 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS583-590-204 CLI 5 TBA JAMISON/ROSE/SELT 25 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 583-595-200 FLD 1 TBA WEBB, N.M. 12 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS410B HIGHER ED AND K-12 N 583-603-200 LEC 1 S 9:00- 4:50P MOORE TUCKER,E./TRENT,J. 25 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGFor more information on the Department of Electrical Engineering, consult the SEAS homepage at http://www.seas.ucla.edu via the Internet.5C INTRO TO UNIX AND C N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2760 LAM, C. 54 08 G 4.0RESTRICT: EL ENGR,COM SCI&ENGR,MATERIALS ENGR190-015-201 REC 1A M 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 3760 18 0.0RESTRICT: EL ENGR,COM SCI&ENGR,MATERIALS ENGR190-015-202 REC 1B T 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 3760 18 0.0RESTRICT: EL ENGR,COM SCI&ENGR,MATERIALS ENGR190-015-203 REC 1C T 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 3760 18 0.0RESTRICT: EL ENGR,COM SCI&ENGR,MATERIALS ENGR100 ELCTRCL&ELCTRNC CIR N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A KNUDSEN 1240B WERTER, M.J. 62 01 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CYBERNETICS190-397-201 REC 1A M 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 4283 18 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CYBERNETICSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


76 / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS190-397-202 REC 1B T 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5514 12 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CYBERNETICS190-397-203 REC 1C W 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 4283 12 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CYBERNETICS190-397-204 REC 1D F 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 4283 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CYBERNETICS101 ENGR ELECTROMAGNTCS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5249 CASTANEDA, J.A. 60 01 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS190-408-201 REC 1A M 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5280 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS190-408-202 REC 1B W 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 4283 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS190-408-203 REC 1C F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5273 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS102 SYSTEMS AND SIGNALS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A BOELTER 3400 BROVKO, O. 100 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-412-201 REC 1A M 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5280 25 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-412-202 REC 1B T 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5272 25 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-412-203 REC 1C R 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5272 25 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-412-204 REC 1D F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5272 25 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS103 APPLD NUMERICL COMP N ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:30A MS 5200 MOSHIRVAZIRI, K. 80 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-416-201 REC 1A M 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 3760 16 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-416-202 REC 1B T 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 3760 16 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-416-203 REC 1C T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 3760 16 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-416-204 REC 1D R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 3760 16 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS190-416-205 REC 1E R 2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 3760 16 0.0RESTRICT: UG ENGR, ECON/SYS, CYBER, MATH/SYS110 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 3400 WERTER, M.J. 120 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-448-201 REC 1A M 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-448-202 REC 1B T 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-448-203 REC 1C W 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-448-204 REC 1D F 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM110L CIRCUIT MSRMNTS LAB N 190-460-200 LAB 1 T 8:00-11:50A ENGR IV 54137 WERTER, M.J. 20 11 G 2.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-460-210 LAB 2 T 12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 54137 MESGHALI, F. 20 15 G 2.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-460-220 LAB 3 W 12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 54137 BABAIE, H. 20 06 G 2.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-460-230 LAB 4 R 12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 54137 BABAIE, H. 20 16 G 2.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM113 DIGITAL SIGNL PROCS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A BOELTER 2444 THE STAFF 45 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-471-201 REC 1A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5225 15 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-471-202 REC 1B R 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5273 15 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-471-203 REC 1C F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 4283 15 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM114 SPEECH&IMAGE PRCSNG N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 2760 ALWAN, A.A. 54 04 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-480-201 DIS 1A M 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5419 18 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-480-202 DIS 1B W 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5280 18 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-480-203 DIS 1C F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5419 18 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM115A ANALG ELCTRN CRCT 1 N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P KINSEY 169 DANESHRAD, B. 90 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-492-201 REC 1A M 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-492-202 REC 1B W 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-492-203 REC 1C F 5:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM115AL ANALOG ELCTRN LAB 1 N 190-493-200 LAB 1 F 8:00-11:50A ENGR IV 54137 BABAIE, H. 20 03 G 2.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-493-210 LAB 2 F 12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 54137 MESGHALI, F. 20 07 G 2.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM115BL ANALOG ELCTRN LAB 2 N 190-495-200 LAB 1 M 12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 56116 BABAIE, H. 20 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEMOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING / 77CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS115C DGTL ELCTRNC CIRCTS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 4:00- 5:20P BOELTER 5249 MAYER, D.C. 60 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-496-201 REC 1A M 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5273 20 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-496-202 REC 1B M 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 4283 20 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-496-203 REC 1C W 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5252 20 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM115D DSGN-ELCTRNC CIRCTS Y 190-498-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P BOELTER 5280 ABIDI, A.A. 30 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM116B DIGITAL VLSI DESIGN Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5280 SRIVASTAVA, M.B. 30 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: EL ENGR, COM SCI AND ENGR, COM SCI190-532-201 DIS 1A F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0121A PHYS PRIN-SEMICNDCT N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A KNUDSEN 1200B YABLONOVITCH, E. 90 04 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-574-201 REC 1A T 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-574-202 REC 1B W 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-574-203 REC 1C R 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM121B PRIN-SEMICON DEVICE N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 141 PAN, D. 86 06 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-576-201 REC 1A T 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5280 22 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-576-202 REC 1B R 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5436 40 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-576-203 REC 1C F 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5272 24 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM123B FUNDMNT-SOLID ST II N 190-587-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5280 FETTERMAN, H.R. 30 04 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM131A PROBABILITY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5249 YAO, K. 60 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-625-201 REC 1A M 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5252 20 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-625-202 REC 1B W 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5252 20 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-625-203 REC 1C F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5252 20 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM132A COMMUNICATN SYSTEMS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5249 WESEL, R.D. 66 11 G 5.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-630-201 REC 1A W 5:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5252 18 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-630-202 REC 1B R 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5514 22 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-630-203 REC 1C R 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5422 26 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM132B DATA CMNCTN&TELECOM N ----------- LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 2444 POTTIE, G.J. 50 13 G 5.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-631-201 REC 1A T 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5280 34 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-631-202 REC 1B F 5:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5272 16 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM142 LNEAR SYS-STATE SPC Y 190-680-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5273 LEVAN, N. 24 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM163A INTRO MICROWV CRCTS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 4283 GULICK, J.J. 20 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-785-201 REC 1A M 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 5280 20 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM163C ACTIV MICROWV CRCTS N 190-788-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:30P BOELTER 5252 SHIH, Y. 15 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM164AL MICROWV MSRMNTS LAB Y ----------- LEC 1 T 10:00-11:50A ENGR IV 64132 ITOH, T. 12 13 G 2.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-795-201 LAB 1A F 12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 64132 6 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-795-202 LAB 1B R 12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 64132 6 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM173 PHOTONIC DEVICES N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 4283 LIU, J. 20 08 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-845-201 REC 1A M 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5514 10 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM190-845-202 REC 1B T 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5514 10 0.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEM173L PHOTONCS&CMNCTN LAB Y 190-847-200 LAB 1 T 1:00- 4:50P DANCE 103 STAFSUDD, O.M. 6 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UNDERGRAD ENGR, EE GRAD, OR CHEMM208B ANALYTICAL MTHDS 2 N 594-017-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 289 LEVAN, N. 16 13 4.0SAME AS : MECH&AE M291BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS211B DIGITL IMAGE PRCSNG N 594-031-200 LEC 1 MW 2:30- 3:50P BOELTER 5420 NA, H.R. 20 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS212B MULTI SYS&FILTR BNK N 594-037-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:20A BOELTER 5420 WILLSON, A.N. 20 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS214A DIGITL SPEECH PRCSS N 594-050-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 4283 ALWAN, A.A. 14 14 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


78 / ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS215C RF CIRCUITS&SYSTEMS N 594-065-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P KNUDSEN 1200B RAZAVI, B. 55 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS221B PHYCS-SEMICONDUCT 2 N 594-120-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 4283 WOO, J.C. 17 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS222 INTGRTD CRCT FBRCTN N 594-122-200 LEC 1 TBA CHANG, M.F. 14 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS230C ALGO&PRCS-COM&RADAR N 594-174-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A MS 3915D YAO, K. 20 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS231A CHNNL&SOURCE CODING N 594-178-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5420 WESEL, R.D. 30 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS232B TELCOM SWCH&QUE SYS N 594-185-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 4283 THE STAFF 21 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS236A LINEAR PROGRAMMING N 594-209-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5272 JACOBSEN, S.E. 20 01 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS240B LINEAR OPTIMAL CNTL N 594-237-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 4413 PAGANINI, F.G. 20 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS241B KALMAN FILTERING N 594-243-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 94 BALAKRISHNAN, A.V. 12 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS242 NONLINEAR CONTROL N 594-248-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5272 KANELLAKOPOULOS, I 20 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250B MEMS SYSTEM DESIGN N 594-301-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:30P BOELTER 5419 30 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS260B ADV ENGR ELECTRODYN N 594-355-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 289 RAHMAT-SAMII, Y. 12 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS261 MCRWV&MLMTR WV CRCT N 594-358-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A MS 5225 ITOH, T. 12 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS271 CLSSCL LASER THEORY N 594-379-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-10:50A MOORE 1003 JOSHI, C.J. 12 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS273 NONLINEAR OPTICS N 594-397-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5272 WU, M.C. 20 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS285A PLASMA WAVES&INSTAB N 594-413-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 94 MORI, W.B. 9 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298 SEM IN ENGINEERING N 594-940-201 SEM 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5264 FOSSUM, E.R. 14 13 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS594-940-202 SEM 2 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5273 JAIN, R. 10 16 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS594-940-203 SEM 3 TBA JALALI, B. 10 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 594-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED 50 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE95 ETHCL&PRFSNL ISSUES N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2444 ONEILL, R.R. 50 15 4.0ENGLISHEnglish CompositionENGLISH COMPOSITION POLICY FOR ATTENDANCE AND LATE ENROLLMENT (ALL CLASSES): The department will cancel your enrollment in any English Composition class if you do notattend any of the first-week classes.After the first week of classes, students may enroll in English Composition classes only with permission to enroll obtained from the instructor.Enrollment in English 2 is limited to students who have been held for English 2 by results of the Subject A Placement Test.2 UNIVERSITY WRITING Y 194-036-201 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A FRANZ 2288 GADDA, G.E. 20 30 4.0194-036-202 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 4645 MYERS, M. 20 30 4.0194-036-203 LEC 3 MWF 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3143 MANO, S. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTLecture 3 is an intensive section of English 2.194-036-204 LEC 4 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5420 LISLE, B.J. 20 30 4.0194-036-205 LEC 5 MW 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 1221A GADDA, G.E. 20 30 4.0194-036-206 LEC 6 MW 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3157 MYERS, M. 20 30 4.0194-036-207 LEC 7 TR 2:00- 3:50P LISLE, B.J. 20 30 4.0Nonattendance in the first week will result in cancellation of enrollment. See policy statement at head of section.Students must satisfy the UC Subject A requirement before enrolling in English 3 and all subsequent English Composition courses. The Winter Quarter Subject A examination will be givenon Tuesday, January 20, 1998, 6-8 p.m.The English 3 Proficiency Examination will be given at the same time. See the catalog for more detailed information about Subject A requirements and English 3 Proficiency Examination.For further information, call (310) 206-1145.3 ENGL COMP-RHET&LANG Y 194-099-201 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:15A PUB POL 2333 MAASIK, S. 25 30 4.0194-099-202 LEC 2 MW 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 2178 CHICHESTER, T.L. 25 30 4.0194-099-203 LEC 3 TR 8:00- 9:15A PUB POL 2333 MAASIK, S. 25 30 4.0194-099-204 LEC 4 TR 9:30-10:45A MAASIK, S. 25 30 4.0194-099-205 LEC 5 MW 10:00-11:50A POPHAM, S.A. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTLecture 5 is an intensive section of English 3.194-099-206 LEC 6 MW 9:30-10:45A MACH, S.P. 25 30 4.0194-099-207 LEC 7 MW 9:30-10:45A MCCORMICK, A.H. 25 30 4.0194-099-208 LEC 8 MW 9:30-10:45A CREASY, W.C. 25 30 4.0194-099-209 LEC 9 MW 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 2333 MASCARO, J. 25 30 4.0194-099-210 LEC 10 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 2284 MERRILL, C. 25 30 4.0194-099-211 LEC 11 TR 9:30-10:45A ROLFE 2134 IRACE, K.O. 25 30 4.0194-099-212 LEC 12 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 2333 MAASIK, S. 25 30 4.0194-099-213 LEC 13 MW 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 3143 KING, S.D. 25 30 4.0194-099-214 LEC 14 MW 11:00-12:15P PUB POL 2333 CHICHESTER, T.L. 25 30 4.0194-099-215 LEC 15 MW 11:00-12:15P CREASY, W.C. 25 30 4.0194-099-216 LEC 16 MW 11:00-12:15P MCCORMICK, A.H. 25 30 4.0194-099-217 LEC 17 MW 11:00-12:15P MACH, S.P. 25 30 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


80 / ENGLISH WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS196-113-206 LEC 6 MW 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3153 BATTEN, C.L. 25 06 4.0196-113-207 LEC 7 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1256 BATTEN, C.L. 25 07 4.0196-113-208 LEC 8 MW 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2178 BATTEN, C.L. 25 08 4.0196-113-209 LEC 9 MW 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3135 BATTEN, C.L. 25 09 4.0196-113-210 LEC 10 TR 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3153 BATTEN, C.L. 25 11 4.0196-113-211 LEC 11 T 9:00-11:50A DICKEY, S.J. 25 11 4.0196-113-212 LEC 12 TR 9:00-10:50A BATTEN, C.L. 25 12 4.0196-113-213 LEC 13 TR 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3123 BATTEN, C.L. 25 30 4.0196-113-214 LEC 14 TR 11:00-12:50P MOORE 1003 BATTEN, C.L. 25 13 4.0196-113-215 LEC 15 TR 12:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1329 BATTEN, C.L. 25 30 4.0196-113-216 LEC 16 TR 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2178 BATTEN, C.L. 25 30 4.0196-113-217 LEC 17 TR 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3135 BATTEN, C.L. 25 30 4.0196-113-218 LEC 18 TR 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3117 BATTEN, C.L. 25 16 4.0196-113-219 LEC 19 TR 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3135 BATTEN, C.L. 25 16 4.04H CRITCL READ&WRITING Y 196-120-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1343 GIESE, J.C. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT10A ENGL LIT TO 1660 Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P LS 2147 JAGER, E. 200 14 5.0196-127-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3134 25 0.0196-127-202 DIS 1B F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1337 25 0.0196-127-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3178 25 0.0196-127-204 DIS 1D F 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3117 25 0.0196-127-205 DIS 1E F 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3134 25 0.0196-127-206 DIS 1F F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1337 25 0.0196-127-207 DIS 1G F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3178 25 0.0196-127-208 DIS 1H F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3117 25 0.010B ENGL LIT 1660-1832 Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A DICKSON 2160E BATTEN, C.L. 300 02 5.0196-134-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A 25 0.0196-134-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A 25 0.0196-134-203 DIS 1C F 10:00-10:50A 25 0.0196-134-204 DIS 1D F 10:00-10:50A 25 0.0196-134-205 DIS 1E F 10:00-10:50A 25 0.0196-134-206 DIS 1F F 11:00-11:50A 25 0.0196-134-207 DIS 1G F 11:00-11:50A 25 0.0196-134-208 DIS 1H F 11:00-11:50A 25 0.0196-134-209 DIS 1I F 11:00-11:50A 25 0.0196-134-210 DIS 1J F 11:00-11:50A 25 0.0196-134-211 DIS 1K F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1256 25 0.0196-134-212 DIS 1L F 12:00-12:50P 25 0.010C ENGL LIT 1832-PRES Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A FOWLER A103B BERST, C.A. 150 03 5.0196-141-201 DIS 1A F 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2333 25 0.0196-141-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2319 25 0.0196-141-203 DIS 1C F 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2325 25 0.0196-141-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2333 25 0.0196-141-205 DIS 1E F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2319 25 0.0196-141-206 DIS 1F F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2325 25 0.080 MAJOR AMER AUTHORS N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 39 CUNNINGHAM, J.C. 300 07 4.0RESTRICT: NON-ENGLISH MAJORS196-220-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1256 30 0.0196-220-202 DIS 1B F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1329 30 0.0196-220-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3153 30 0.0196-220-204 DIS 1D F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2333 30 0.0196-220-205 DIS 1E F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2319 30 0.0196-220-206 DIS 1F F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1256 30 0.0196-220-207 DIS 1G F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1329 30 0.0196-220-208 DIS 1H F 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3153 30 0.0196-220-209 DIS 1I F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2333 30 0.0196-220-210 DIS 1J F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2319 30 0.085 THE AMERICAN NOVEL N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P HAINES 39 SARRIS, G.M. 360 30 4.0RESTRICT: NON-ENGLISH MAJORS196-227-201 DIS 1A F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2317 30 0.0196-227-202 DIS 1B F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2278 30 0.0196-227-203 DIS 1C F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1343 30 0.0196-227-204 DIS 1D F 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2284 30 0.0196-227-205 DIS 1E F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2317 30 0.0196-227-206 DIS 1F F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2278 30 0.0196-227-207 DIS 1G F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1343 30 0.0196-227-208 DIS 1H F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2284 30 0.0196-227-209 DIS 1I F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1329 30 0.0196-227-210 DIS 1J F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2278 30 0.0196-227-211 DIS 1K F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1343 30 0.0196-227-212 DIS 1L F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2284 30 0.095B INTRO TO DRAMA N 196-236-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P KNUDSEN 1240B MYHILL, N. 100 15 4.0RESTRICT: NON-ENGLISH MAJORS95C INTRO TO FICTION N 196-237-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1246 RETMAN, S.H. 100 05 4.0RESTRICT: NON-ENGLISH MAJORS196-237-201 LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A DODD 161 CUNNINGHAM, J.C. 100 04 4.0RESTRICT: NON-ENGLISH MAJORSFor English 100 and 110W, see English Composition listings, immediately preceding the English Department.M102B ASIA AM LIT-1980 ON N 196-325-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 329 LOUIE, D.W. 30 07 4.0SAME AS : ASIA AM M112BM104B AFR-AM-HRLM REN-60S N 196-338-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5440 SMITH, V. 40 14 4.0SAME AS : AFRO-AM M104BM105B RECENT CHICANO LIT N 196-352-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P DODD 146 PEREZ-TORRES, R. 40 09 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M105BOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ENGLISH / 81CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSM107A AMRCN WOMEN WRITERS N 196-361-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P DODD 175 ROWE, K.E. 40 15 4.0SAME AS : WOMEN M107AM107B BRITISH WOMN WRITRS N 196-362-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HAINES 329 ROSEN, J.A. 40 13 4.0SAME AS : WOMEN M107B108B ENGL BIBLE AS LIT N 196-369-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 329 GALLAGHER, L. 60 15 4.0110 STDY-INDIVL AUTHORS N 196-383-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P HAINES 329 BURWICK, F.L. 60 05 4.0English 110: William BlakeM111F CELTIC FOLKLORE N 196-410-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2160 NAGY, J.F. 40 03 4.0SAME AS : FLKLORE M127114 WRLD LITS IN ENGLSH N 196-424-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A DODD 170 SHARPE, J.A. 40 03 4.0English 114: Caribbean Literature117 DETECTIVE FICTION N 196-433-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2232 HUTTER, A.D. 55 16 4.0118 FILM & LITERATURE N 196-435-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2232 DECKER, J.L. 40 30 4.0English 118: Screen MemoriesFor English Composition 120 and 130 series, see English Composition listings, immediately preceding the English Department.121 HIST OF ENGL LANG N 196-450-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3178 MINKOVA, D. 30 05 4.0Enrollment in English 133 and 134 is by instructor consent only on the basis of writing submissions. Information is available in the main English Department office at 2225 Rolfe Hall.133 CREATV WRIT-POETRY N 196-483-200 LEC 1 R 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3112 MULLEN, H.R. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT196-483-201 LEC 2 T 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3114 HARJO, J. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT134 CREAT WRIT-SHT STRY N 196-491-200 LEC 1 M 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2106 ALLEN, P.G. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT196-491-201 LEC 2 W 12:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1270 SEE, C. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTEnglish 140A through 179, and 190, are limited to English or American Literature and Culture majors on the FIRST TELEPHONE ENROLLMENT PASS ONLY. Restrictions are lifted at thebeginning of the second pass.140A CRITICISM-HIST&THRY Y 196-508-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P HAINES 329 MURPHY, T.S. 60 16 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE141A CHAUCER-CBURY TALES Y 196-514-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2242 CONDREN, E.I. 45 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-514-201 LEC 2 TR 12:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1337 JAURRETCHE, C.M. 45 14 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE141B CHACR-TROLUS&CRSYDE Y 196-516-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 2242 KOLVE, V.A. 45 03 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE142A SHAKES-POEM&ER PLAY Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P FRANZ 2258A ALLEN, M.J. 80 05 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-519-201 DIS 1A F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1264 20 0.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-519-202 DIS 1B F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1270 20 0.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-519-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1264 20 0.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-519-204 DIS 1D F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1270 20 0.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-519-211 LEC 2 TR 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 1337 ROWE, K.E. 45 13 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-519-212 LEC 3 TR 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 230 SANDERS, E.R. 40 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE142B SHAKESP-LATER PLAYS Y 196-521-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 6 WATSON, R.N. 45 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-521-201 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A HAINES 6 MCEACHERN, C. 45 03 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-521-202 LEC 3 TR 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2242 LITTLE, A.L. 45 16 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-521-203 LEC 4 TR 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2238 HUTTER, A.D. 45 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE143 MILTON Y 196-525-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P HAINES 6 STALEY, O.D. 45 05 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-525-201 LEC 2 TR 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 4216 POST, J.F. 45 14 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE196-525-202 LEC 3 TR 10:00-11:50A DODD 175 SANDERS, E.R. 45 30 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE150B LATER MEDIEVAL LIT Y 196-550-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A DODD 78 CONDREN, E.I. 50 03 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE152B THE DRAMA 1576-1642 Y 196-555-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P DODD 78 BRAUNMULLER, A.R. 50 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE154 RESTOR & EAR 18TH C Y 196-561-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A DODD 78 NOVAK, M.E. 50 13 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE156 THE DRAMA 1660-1842 Y 196-569-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 2232 BATTEN, C.L. 50 03 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE160 EARLIER ROMANTC LIT N 196-580-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P DODD 167 SHEATS, P.D. 60 05 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE164 THE NOVEL 1832-1900 N 196-589-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5440 ROSEN, J.A. 60 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE166 20TH C BRIT FICTION N 196-594-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 247 NORTH, M.A. 60 14 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE168 THE DRAMA-1945-NOW N 196-600-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P DODD 167 SMITH, P.J. 60 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE171A AMER LIT 1832-1865 N 196-646-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 3656 PACKER, B.L. 60 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE171B AMER LIT 1866-1912 N 196-647-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1222 FOSTER, L.D. 60 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE172A AMER LIT 1912-1945 N 196-652-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A DODD 175 WATSON, D.C. 60 03 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


82 / ENGLISH WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS172B AMER LIT SINCE 1945 N 196-653-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P DODD 175 SARBANES, J.M. 60 09 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE173A AMER FCTN TO 1900 N 196-658-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P DODD 175 MOTT, C.M. 60 30 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE173B AMER FCTN 1900-1945 N 196-659-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P DODD 175 MCGURL, M.J. 60 16 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE173C AMER FCTN SNCE 1945 N 196-660-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P DODD 175 HAYLES, N.K. 60 05 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE174B AMER PTRY 1900-1945 N 196-665-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2250 BEDIENT, C.B. 60 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE174C AMER PTRY SNCE 1945 N 196-666-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2760 YENSER, S.I. 60 14 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTURE175 AMRCN NONFCTN PROSE N 196-670-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P DODD 175 GIESE, J.C. 60 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 175: American Autobiography177 SPECL TPCS-AMER LIT N 196-682-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 247 WATSON, D.C. 60 13 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 177, lecture 1: Wars of World War II196-682-201 LEC 2 MW 4:00- 5:50P DODD 167 GARFIELD, D.M. 60 09 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 177, lecture 2: Language Wars: The Controversy between English "Literacy" and Vernacular in American Literature178 PERSPEC-AMER CLTURE Y 196-627-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5440 MODDELMOG, W.E. 60 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 178, lecture 1: The Language of Rights196-627-201 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A HAINES 329 LEHAN, R.D. 60 03 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 178, lecture 2: F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway: In Their Time--A Cultural HistoryEnglish 180 through 189 are limited to SENIOR English or American Literature and Culture majors on the FIRST TELEPHONE ENROLLMENT PASS ONLY. Restrictions are lifted at the beginningof the second pass.Seminar descriptions are available in the rack outside 2222 Rolfe Hall.180X SPECIALIZD STDS-LIT N 196-700-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3114 DECKER, J.L. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH OR AM LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 180X: New Journalism and Media Culture181 RENAISSANCE LIT N 196-710-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3120 ALLEN, M.J. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 181, seminar 1: Shakespeare196-710-201 SEM 2 T 3:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1256 DICKEY, S.J. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 181, seminar 2: Shakespeare: Sources and Pretexts182 17TH CENTURY LIT N 196-720-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2173 GROSE, C.W. 15 11 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 182: The Metaphysical Poets184 ROMANTIC LITERATURE N 196-740-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A CAMPBEL 2226 SHEATS, P.D. 15 12 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 184: Wordsworth and Coleridge186 20TH CENT BRIT LIT N 196-760-199 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2174 KOLB, G.J. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 186, seminar 1: James Joyce196-760-201 SEM 2 W 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3114 TENNYSON, G.B. 15 06 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 186, seminar 2: Three Inklings: Lewis, Barfield, and Williams196-760-202 SEM 3 W 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3119 BERST, C.A. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 186, seminar 3: George Bernard Shaw196-760-203 SEM 4 T 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2174 SMITH, P.J. 15 11 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORSEnglish 186, seminar 4: British/Feminist/Post-Modern188 19TH CENT AMER LIT N 196-780-200 SEM 1 W 9:00-11:50A DODD 67 MODDELMOG, W.E. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 188: Race, Narrative, and the Law189 20TH CENT AMER LIT N 196-790-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1264 ALLMENDINGER, B. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 189, seminar 1: Contemporary Western Literature196-790-201 SEM 2 R 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3114 MCGURL, M.J. 15 16 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 189, seminar 2: Fiction and Social Class196-790-202 SEM 3 T 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 2106 GOODWIN, J.E. 14 30 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 189, seminar 3: The Blues, Jazz, and American Writing196-790-203 SEM 4 R 12:00- 2:50P HAINES 146 MURPHY, T.S. 15 16 4.0RESTRICT: SENIOR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 189, seminar 4: Word Golf: The Contemporary American Experimental Novel190 LIT AND SOCIETY N 196-804-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P DODD 167 BEHDAD, A. 60 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 190, lecture 1: The Novel and Colonial Encounters196-804-201 LEC 2 MW 4:00- 5:50P HAINES 329 MYERS, M. 40 09 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish 190, lecture 2: Multicultural Children’s LiteratureM197B TOPICS-CHICANO LIT N 196-851-200 SEM 1 W 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3114 SALDIVAR-HULL, S. 10 02 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M197BRESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish M197B: Labor and Literature in the 20th CenturyM197C TOPICS-ASIAN AM LIT N 196-852-200 SEM 1 W 12:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1329 LEE, R.C. 8 06 4.0SAME AS : ASIA AM M197CRESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING / 83CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSEnglish M197C, seminar 1: Passing Mimicry and Masquerade in Asian American Literature196-852-201 SEM 2 T 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3112 LING, J. 8 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LIT AND CULTUREEnglish M197C, seminar 2: Asian American Short Stories201B MODRN LITERARY CRIT N 596-019-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1270 REINHARD, K. 20 15 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS211 OLD ENGLISH N 596-061-200 LEC 1 M 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3112 MINKOVA, D. 12 08 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS216A OLD IRISH N 596-111-200 LEC 1 F 11:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3123 NAGY, J.F. 10 07 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS230 WORKSHOP-CREAT WRIT N 596-245-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3112 MULLEN, H.R. 15 11 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS245 CHAUCER N 596-328-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3114 KOLVE, V.A. 12 09 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS248 EARLIER 17C LIT N 596-353-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3114 GALLAGHER, L. 12 11 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS250 RESTORATION&18C LIT N 596-368-200 LEC 1 W 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3112 NOVAK, M.E. 12 30 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS251 ROMANTIC WRITERS N 596-383-200 LEC 1 M 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3112 MANIQUIS, R.M. 12 05 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS252 VICTORIAN LIT N 596-398-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3112 BRISTOW, J.E. 12 09 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS254 AMER LIT TO 1900 N 596-413-200 LEC 1 T 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3112 BANTA, M. 12 30 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS255 CONTEMP AMERICN LIT N 596-418-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3112 BEDIENT, C.B. 12 16 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS258 STUDIES-THE NOVEL N 596-443-200 LEC 1 M 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3114 PEREZ-TORRES, R. 12 05 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS259 STUDIES IN CRITICSM N 596-448-200 LEC 1 R 12:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3112 MELLOR, A.K. 12 30 4.0RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTSM262 STDS-AFRO-AMER LIT N 596-467-200 LEC 1 M 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3112 YARBOROUGH, R.A. 6 30 4.0SAME AS : AFRO-AM M200ERESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM266 CULT VWS-NATV AMRCN N 596-489-200 SEM 1 W 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3112 LINCOLN, K.R. 6 02 4.0SAME AS : AM IND M200BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTENVIRONMENTAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.1B GLOBAL ENVIRONMNT 2 Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:30- 9:20A SUNSET AU VANCE, R.R. 140 01 G 5.0184-002-201 DIS 1A W 9:30-11:20A SPROUL 101C 20 0.0184-002-202 DIS 1B W 2:30- 4:20P SPROUL 101C 20 0.0184-002-203 DIS 1C R 8:30-10:20A SPROUL 101C 20 0.0184-002-204 DIS 1D R 10:30-12:20P SPROUL 101C 20 0.0184-002-205 DIS 1E R 2:30- 4:20P SPROUL 101C 20 0.0184-002-206 DIS 1F F 9:30-11:20A SPROUL 101C 20 0.0184-002-207 DIS 1G F 2:30- 4:20P SPROUL 101C 20 0.0ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES203 SEM-ECOTOXICOLOGY N 842-018-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 16059 COLLINS, M.D. 15 15 SU 2.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON HLTH SCI, PUBLIC HLTH MAJORS210 PUB HLT&ENVR MCRBLG N 842-060-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:30A HLTHSCI 41268 BARESI, L. 25 01 4.0RESTRICT: ENV HLT,ENV SCI&ENGR,PUBLIC HEALTH231 ENVRM DCSN SYS ANLY N 842-186-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61262 DAVOS, C.A. 30 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS235 QUANT MTHDS-ENVIRON N 842-210-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A TBA DUKE, L.D. 25 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: ENV HLT,ENV SCI&ENGR,PUBLIC HEALTH240 FNDMNTLS-TOXICOLOGY N 842-240-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 41268 COLLINS, M.D. 50 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS251 INTRO-OCCUPATNL MED N 842-308-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 61262 HARBER, P.I. 35 15 G 3.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS254 HLTH HAZARDS-INDSTR N ----------- LEC 1 W 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61243 QUE HEE, S.S. 12 02 4.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON HLTH SCI, PUBLIC HLTH MAJORS842-325-201 FLD 1A F 8:00-12:50P HLTHSCI HINDS, W.C. 12 0.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON HLTH SCI, PUBLIC HLTH MAJORS259 OCUPATIONL ERGNOMCS N 842-352-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 61269 LIU, W.C. 15 09 G 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS410A INSTR MTHDS-ENV SCI N 842-619-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 41235 QUE HEE, S.S. 32 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON HLTH SCI, PUBLIC HLTH MAJORS410B INSTRMN LAB-ENV SCI N 842-621-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 61079 QUE HEE, S.S. 15 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON HLTH SCI, PUBLIC HLTH MAJORS461 WATER QUALITY&HLTH N 842-722-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P HLTHSCI 61243 VALENTINE, J. 20 05 4.0RESTRICT: ENV SCI&ENGR,ENV HLT,EPIDEM,PUB HLTENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING400B ENV SCI&ENGR PRB CR N 599-611-201 DIS 1 TBA AMBROSE, R.F. 30 30 T2 8.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON SCIENCE AND ENGR MAJORS599-611-202 DIS 2 TBA DUKE, L.D. 30 30 T2 8.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON SCIENCE AND ENGR MAJORS599-611-203 DIS 3 TBA WINER, A.M. 30 20 T2 8.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON SCIENCE AND ENGR MAJORS410B ENV SCI&ENGR WRKSHP N 599-626-200 DIS 1 R 12:00-12:50P HLTHSCI 61243 SUFFET, I.H. 15 16 SU 2.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON SCIENCE AND ENGR MAJORSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


84 / EPIDEMIOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS412 EFFECTIV TECH WRTNG N 599-632-200 LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI WINER, A.M. 10 20 SU 2.0RESTRICT: ENVIRON SCIENCE AND ENGR MAJORSEPIDEMIOLOGY100 PRINCP-EPIDEMIOLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI KRAUS, J.F. 120 30 4.0RESTRICT: ALL PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENTS ONLY044-300-201 DIS 1A TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 30 0.0044-300-202 DIS 1B TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 41268 20 0.0044-300-203 DIS 1C TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61235 30 0.0044-300-204 DIS 1D TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 51279 20 0.0044-300-205 DIS 1E TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61243 20 0.0201A EPIDEMLOGC MTHDS I N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A HLTHSCI MORGENSTERN, H. 70 12 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT844-006-201 DIS 1A TR 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 0 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT844-006-202 DIS 1B TR 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61262 0 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT844-006-203 DIS 1C TR 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 71257 0 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT221 INFECTS DISEAS-WRLD N 844-128-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 71257 LAYNE, S.P. 30 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM228 THE BIOLOGY OF HIV N 844-168-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61269 FERBAS, K.G. 20 03 G 4.0SAME AS : MIC&IMM M275RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS247 INJURIES IN ELDERLY N 844-282-200 LEC 1 F 9:00-10:50A HLTHSCI 71257 MALMGREN, R.M. 30 03 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS248 PSYCHIATRIC EPIDEM Y 844-288-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 71257 COCHRAN, S.D. 35 08 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS252 EPDM-ASLT&HMCD&SUCD N 844-312-200 LEC 1 W 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 41268 KRAUS, J.F. 25 02 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS261 OCCUPATNL EPIDEMLGY N 844-366-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 61262 RITZ, B.R. 30 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS291 SEMINAR-METHODOLOGY N 844-546-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 71257 VISSCHER, B.R. 30 05 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS292 ADV SEM-EPIDEMIOLGY N 844-552-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 41235 RITZ, B.R. 20 08 SU 2.0RESTRICT: EPIDEMIOLOGY, PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS410A MGMT-EPDMIOLOGC DTA N 844-620-200 LEC 1 W 8:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 71257 COULSON, A.H. 25 02 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS411 RSCH RESRC-EPIDMLGY N 844-622-200 LEC 1 W 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 42081E COULSON, A.H. 25 02 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS412 PB HLT SURVEILLANCE Y 844-624-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 71257 COULSON, A.H. 35 06 G 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS419 EPIDEM ANALYSIS-SAS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 31235 HURWITZ, E.L. 35 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS844-638-201 LAB 1A TBA HURWITZ, E.L. 35 0.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSETHNOMUSICOLOGYFor more information on the Department of Ethnomusicology, e-mail abradley@arts.ucla.edu (for undergrads) or maryc@arts.ucla.edu (for grads).10B WORLD MUSIC THEORY N 208-031-200 LEC 1 MTWR 9:00-10:50A SH 1440 CHIHARA, P.S. 20 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS20B MUSIC-NR EAST&AFRIC N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P SH 1200 RACY, A.J. 100 15 4.0208-061-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P SH 1440 30 0.0208-061-202 DIS 1B F 2:00- 2:50P SH 1440 30 0.0208-061-203 DIS 1C M 2:00- 2:50P SH 1439 40 0.091A through 91Z - Ethnomusicology Performance Organizations: Open to all students, regardless of major. Some restrictions may apply.91B MUSIC OF BALI N 208-251-200 ACT 1 T 7:00- 9:50P SH 1659 WENTEN, I.N. 20 22 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91C MUSIC&DANCE-BALKANS N 208-252-200 ACT 1 T 7:00- 9:50P SH 1846 RICE, T. 15 22 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91D MUSIC OF CHINA N 208-253-200 ACT 1 LI, C. 15 20 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91E MUSIC&DANCE-GHANA N 208-254-200 ACT 1 R 4:00- 6:50P SH 1659 LADZEKPO, K. 20 16 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91F MUSIC OF INDIA N 208-255-200 ACT 1 THE STAFF 20 20 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91G MUSIC OF JAPAN N 208-256-200 ACT 1 TBA YUGE, I. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-256-201 ACT 2 TBA YUGE, I. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91J MUSIC OF KOREA N 208-259-200 ACT 1 TBA KIM, D.D. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-259-201 ACT 2 KIM, D.D. 20 20 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91K MUSIC OF MEXICO N 208-260-200 ACT 1 M 7:00- 9:50P SH 1343 CANO, N. 20 21 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91N MUSIC OF NEAR EAST N 208-263-200 ACT 1 R 7:00- 9:50P SH 1846 RACY, A.J. 20 24 2.0R 7:00- 9:50P SH 1659RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT91P MUSIC-AFRCN AMERCNS N 208-265-200 ACT 1 R 3:00- 5:50P SH 1344 ROBERSON, J.E. 50 16 2.091Z OPEN ENSEMBLE N 208-275-200 ACT 1 W 7:00- 9:50P SH 1659 AGUABELLA, F.U. 10 23 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTEthnomusicology 91Z, activity 1: Afro-Cuban EnsembleOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ETHNOMUSICOLOGY / 85CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS208-275-201 ACT 2 WEIR, M.A. 20 20 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTEthnomusicology 91Z, activity 2: Vocal JazzM111 ELLINGTONIA N 208-366-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P SH 1439 BURRELL, K.E. 10 16 4.0SAME AS : AFRO-AM M145RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEM116 CHICANO MUSIC IN US N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1200 LOZA, S.J. 110 13 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M116208-396-201 DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A SH 1440 40 0.0208-396-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A SH 1440 35 0.0208-396-203 DIS 1C F 12:00-12:50P SH 1440 35 0.0120B DEVELOPMENT OF JAZZ N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A SH 1100 WILSON, G. 500 12 4.0208-421-201 DIS 1A M 8:00- 8:50A SH 1439 42 0.0208-421-202 DIS 1B M 9:00- 9:50A SH 1439 42 0.0208-421-203 DIS 1C M 10:00-10:50A SH 1439 42 0.0208-421-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P SH 1420 40 0.0208-421-205 DIS 1E M 11:00-11:50A SH 1420 40 0.0208-421-206 DIS 1F M 12:00-12:50P SH 1420 40 0.0208-421-207 DIS 1G M 8:00- 8:50A SH 1344 42 0.0208-421-208 DIS 1H M 9:00- 9:50A SH 1344 42 0.0208-421-209 DIS 1I M 10:00-10:50A SH 1344 42 0.0208-421-210 DIS 1J F 8:00- 8:50A SH 1440 44 0.0208-421-211 DIS 1K F 8:00- 8:50A SH 1439 44 0.0208-421-212 DIS 1L F 1:00- 1:50P SH 1420 40 0.0M129B JAZZ THEORY&IMPROV Y 208-475-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P SH 1325 RANIER, T.J. 10 30 G 2.0SAME AS : MUSIC M129BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT136A MUSIC OF AFRICA N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A SH 1344 DJEDJE, J.C. 40 12 4.0208-516-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A SH 1440 40 0.0171 ADV JAZZ PERFRMANCE N 208-726-201 LAB 1 MIRANDA, R. 3 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-202 LAB 2 TBA BURRELL, K.E. 3 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-203 LAB 3 TBA FOSTER, G. 3 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-204 LAB 4 TBA BRASHEAR, O.J. 3 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-205 LAB 5 BOHANON, G.R. 5 20 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-206 LAB 6 CHILDS, W.E. 3 20 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-207 LAB 7 PRICE, R. 3 20 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-208 LAB 8 MORRISON, B. 3 20 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT208-726-209 LAB 9 WEIR, M.A. 3 20 G 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT172A PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P SH 1439 KENDALL, R.A. 40 04 4.0208-732-201 DIS 1A F 12:00-12:50P SH 1344 40 0.0208-732-201 DIS 1A F 12:00-12:50P SH 1344 40 30 0.0174 AESTHETICS OF MUSIC N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P SH 1200 SAVAGE, R. 120 04 4.0208-744-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A SH 1440 40 0.0208-744-202 DIS 1B F 12:00-12:50P SH 1439 40 0.0208-744-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P SH 1439 40 0.0M177 JAZZ COMBO N 208-762-201 ACT 1 T 3:00- 4:50P SH 1535 WEIR, M.A. 10 30 G 2.0SAME AS : MUSIC M177RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-762-202 ACT 2 R 6:00- 7:50P SH 1535 BURRELL, K.E. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-762-203 ACT 3 T 6:00- 7:50P SH 1344 BURRELL, K.E. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-762-204 ACT 4 T 5:00- 6:50P SH 1535 LAND, H. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-762-205 ACT 5 T 5:00- 6:50P SH 1345 HIGGINS, B. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-762-200 ACT 6 T 7:00- 8:50P SH 1535 LOZA, S.J. 10 22 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208-762-207 ACT 7 R 3:00- 4:50P SH 1535 BOHANON, G.R. 15 16 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM180 ANLY-TRADITNL MUSIC N 208-780-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1354 KEYES, C.L. 10 13 4.0SAME AS : FLKLORE M180181 ANTHROPOLOGY-MUSIC N 208-786-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P SH 1354 PETROVIC, A. 20 06 4.0RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS200 RSRCH MTHDS&BIBLIOG N 608-001-200 LEC 1 M 3:00- 5:50P SH B544 KENDALL, R.A. 10 08 6.0RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS & GRADUATE STUDENTS207 SEM-N AMER INDN MUS N 608-042-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 5:50P SH B544 BROWNER, T.C. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS279 SEM-SYSTMTC MUSCLGY N 608-474-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P SH B544 SAVAGE, R. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS281A SEM-FLD&LAB-ETHNMUS N ----------- SEM 1 R 3:00- 5:50P SH B544 RICE, T. 15 30 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS608-486-201 LAB 1A UNSCHED SH RICE, T. 15 0.0282 SEMINAR IN ANALYSIS N 608-492-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P SH 1846 BROWNER, T.C. 20 30 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


86 / EUROPEAN STUDIES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS290 SEM-ETHNOMUSICOLOGY N 608-540-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 5:50P SH 1846 DJEDJE, J.C. 10 30 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS292A TOPICS-ETHNOMUSCLGY N 608-552-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 5:50P SH 1846 REES, H.M. 15 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 608-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED RICE, T. 30 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS & ETHNOMUSICOLOGY AND MUSIC MAJORSEUROPEAN STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.M101 NATN&NTNLSM-MOD EUR N 200-307-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1323 BRUBAKER, W.R. 10 15 4.0SAME AS : HNRS M115FILM AND TELEVISION98T VIOLENCE-AMRCN FILM N 206-293-200 SEM 1 W 10:00-12:50P MACGOWN 2310B COOK, B.J. 16 02 G 4.0Film and Television 106B: German Cinema106B HIST EUROPE MTN PIC N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 4:50P MELNITZ 1409 WOLLEN, P. 160 30 0.0206-337-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-337-202 DIS 1B M 10:00-10:50A MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-337-203 DIS 1C R 9:00- 9:50A MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-337-204 DIS 1D R 10:00-10:50A MACGOWN 2310B 20 6.0206-337-205 DIS 1E F 9:00- 9:50A MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-337-206 DIS 1F F 10:00-10:50A MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-337-207 DIS 1G W 12:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-337-208 DIS 1H W 1:00- 1:50P MACGOWN 2310B 20 6.0108 HIST-DOCUMNTRY FILM N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:00-12:50P MELNITZ 1409 GOLDOVSKAYA, M. 200 12 0.0206-348-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A MELNITZ 2589 25 6.0206-348-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A MELNITZ 2589 25 6.0206-348-203 DIS 1C T 11:00-11:50A MELNITZ 2589 25 6.0206-348-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2589 25 6.0206-348-205 DIS 1E F 1:00- 1:50P MELNITZ 2589 25 6.0206-348-206 DIS 1F F 2:00- 2:50P MELNITZ 2589 25 6.0206-348-207 DIS 1G R 2:00- 2:50P MACGOWN 2310B 25 6.0206-348-208 DIS 1H R 1:00- 1:50P MELNITZ 2589 25 6.0Film and Television 114: Musical114 FILM GENRES N ----------- LEC 1 MW 9:00-12:50P MELNITZ 1409 LEVY, 80 02 0.0206-384-201 DIS 1A M 1:00- 1:50P MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-384-202 DIS 1B M 2:00- 2:50P MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-384-203 DIS 1C W 1:00- 1:50P MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0206-384-204 DIS 1D W 2:00- 2:50P MELNITZ 2589 20 6.0127 ISSUES-FILM&TELECST N 206-462-200 LEC 1 W 4:00- 6:50P MELNITZ 2534 TRACHINGER, R. 56 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT130A SCREENWRTNG FNDMTLS N 206-480-200 LEC 1 F 10:00-10:50A FRANZ 1178 ACKERMAN, H.L. 300 30 2.0130B SCRNWRT FNDMT WKSHP N 206-481-200 DIS 1 M 2:00- 4:50P MELNITZ 2410 CARUSO, D. 32 30 4.0135 ADV SCRNWRTNG WKSHP N 206-510-200 STU 1 W 3:00- 5:50P MELNITZ 2410 RUSSIN, R.U. 20 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT150 CINEMATOGRAPHY N 206-601-200 LEC 1 F 9:00-11:50A MELNITZ 1439A MCDONALD, W. 20 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT151 FILM&TV IMAGE LAB N 206-607-200 LEC 1 F 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2534 STARKIE, B.S. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT152 FILM&TV SND RECRDNG N 206-612-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P MELNITZ 1422 BROWNLEE, S.M. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT154 FILM EDITING N 206-624-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ WAGMISTER, C. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT164 DIRECTING THE ACTOR N 206-685-200 LAB 1 TR 9:00-10:50A MELNITZ SALVI, D.N. 25 12 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT175B UNDRGRD FILM PRDCTN N 206-751-201 LAB 2 T 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2534 GONZALEZ, A.P. 15 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-751-203 LAB 3 T 2:00- 4:50P MELNITZ 2586 SMITH, B.E. 15 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT176A ADV UNDRGRAD PRDCTN N ----------- DIS 1 TBA GOLDOVSKAYA, M. 20 30 G 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-759-201 LAB 1A TBA GOLDOVSKAYA, M. 20 0.0177 FILM&TV ACTNG WKSHP N 206-762-200 LAB 1 TR 9:00-10:50A MELNITZ 1462A SALVI, D.N. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-762-201 LAB 2 TR 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ 1462A SALVI, D.N. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-762-202 LAB 3 TBA STEIN, H.D. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT178 FILM&TV PRODCTN LAB N 206-769-200 LAB 1 UNSCHED ANTCZAK, J. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-769-201 LAB 2 UNSCHED GAZDAG, G. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-769-202 LAB 3 UNSCHED SCHREIBMAN, M.A. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-769-203 LAB 4 UNSCHED THE STAFF 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-769-204 LAB 5 UNSCHED GONZALEZ, A.P. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-769-205 LAB 6 UNSCHED WAGMISTER, C. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-769-206 LAB 7 UNSCHED NAKAMURA, R.A. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 FILM AND TELEVISION / 87CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS206-769-207 LAB 8 UNSCHED SMITH, B.J. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-769-208 LAB 9 UNSCHED MANOVICH, L.Z. 15 30 G 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT181C ANIMATION WORKSHOP N ----------- STU 1 TR 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2487 MCLAUGHLIN, D. 25 30 4.0/ 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT206-788-201 LAB 1A F 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ 2487 25 0.0/ 0.0187A RMOT MULTI-CAM PROD N 206-825-200 LEC 1 R 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2589 TRACHINGER, R. 15 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: MOTION PICTURE/TELEVISION MAJORS192 FILM&TV INTERNSHIP N 206-852-200 FLD 1 T 5:00- 6:50P MELNITZ 2410 MANN, D.R. 30 30 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS203 SEM-FILM&OTHER ARTS N 606-018-200 SEM 1 M 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2410 KALINAK, 20 30 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT209D SEM-ANIMATED FILM N 606-057-200 SEM 1 W 1:00- 6:50P MELNITZ 2487 MCLAUGHLIN, D. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTFilm and Television 209D: Seminar in the Animated Film: New Technologies211B SEM-HISTORIOGRAPHY N 606-067-200 SEM 1 F 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ NORIEGA, C.A. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT217 SEM-TELEVISION HIST N 606-102-200 SEM 1 F 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ 2410 VIANELLO, R. 15 07 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT218 CULTR&MEDIA&SOCIETY N 606-108-200 DIS 1 T 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ 2410 GABRIEL, T.H. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT219 SEM-FILM&SOCIETY N 606-114-200 SEM 1 R 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 20 14 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT222 SEM-FILM GENRES N 606-132-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ DIKA, V. 20 05 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT224 COMPUTER-FILM STUDY N 606-144-200 LEC 1 F 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 1446A MAMBER, S.D. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT243 MOVING DIGITL IMAGE N 606-258-200 LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P POWELL 320 KRASNIEWICZ, L. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT245 CREATV AUTHORNG-WWW N 606-270-200 LEC 1 TBA WAGMISTER, C. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT248 DIGTL MEDIA WORKGRP N 606-288-200 DIS 1 R 7:00- 9:50P MELNITZ 2544 KURTZ, 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT277 SEM-NARRATIVE STDS N 606-462-200 SEM 1 T 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2410 MAMBER, S.D. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT289B BUSNSS PRAC-FILM&TV N 606-535-200 DIS 1 R 7:00-10:50P MELNITZ 2534 RIFKIN, A.F. 100 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT289C BUSNSS PRAC-FILM&TV N 606-536-200 DIS 1 R 7:00- 9:50P MELNITZ THE STAFF 100 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTFILM&TV 289C: The International Financing and Distribution of Independent Films.291B MGMT-ENTRTNMT INDUS N 606-547-200 DIS 1 T 7:00-10:50P BUNCHE 3161 SHERAK, 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT292A NTWK TV MGMT&DECSNS N 606-552-200 LEC 1 W 7:00- 9:50P MELNITZ THE STAFF 58 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT298A SPECIAL STUDIES N 606-588-200 DIS 1 W 7:00-10:50P MELNITZ 2534 GERBER, W.N. 35 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-588-201 DIS 2 W 7:00- 9:50P MELNITZ THE STAFF 58 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT298B SPECIAL STUDIES N 606-589-200 DIS 1 TBA THE STAFF 20 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 606-600-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ROSEN, R. 60 30 SU 1.0- 4.0402B ADV FICTION WRKSHOP N 606-609-200 LAB 1 W 4:00- 6:50P MELNITZ 2544 GAZDAG, G. 15 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT403B ADV DOCUMNTRY WKSHP N 606-613-200 LEC 1 T 9:30-11:50A MELNITZ 2586 GOLDOVSKAYA, M. 15 11 4.0- 8.0R 4:00- 5:50P MELNITZ 2534RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT404B ABSTRC&EXPRMT MEDIA N 606-615-200 TUT 1 W 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 2534 YONEMOTO, B.N. 20 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT410B FILM PRODUCTN WKSHP N 606-626-200 LEC 1 TBA MELNITZ GAZDAG, G. 20 30 G 12.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-626-201 LEC 2 TBA MELNITZ ANTCZAK, J. 20 30 G 12.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-626-202 LEC 3 T 1:00- 4:50P MELNITZ 2534 GONZALEZ, A.P. 20 30 G 12.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT418 CINEMATOG&DIRECTING N 606-636-200 LEC 1 TBA ANTCZAK, J. 20 30 G 12.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT423A DRCTN-ACTRS-FILM&TV N 606-646-200 LAB 1 TR 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ 1462A SALVI, D.N. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT431 FILM&TV SCREENWRTNG N 606-662-200 LEC 1 W 6:00- 8:50P MACGOWN 2310C CARUSO, D. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT434 ADV SCREENWRITING N 606-668-200 DIS 1 T 4:00- 6:50P MACGOWN 2310B HUNTER, L.R. 12 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-668-201 DIS 2 R 4:00- 6:50P MACGOWN 2310B HUNTER, L.R. 20 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-668-202 DIS 3 M 7:00- 9:50P MACGOWN 2310B WALTER, R. 20 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-668-203 DIS 4 R 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3143 ACKERMAN, H.L. 20 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-668-204 DIS 5 W 7:00- 9:50P PYNE, D. 20 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-668-205 DIS 6 M 4:30- 6:30P MACGOWN 2310B HOUSTON, V.H. 20 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT452A FILM&TV SND RECRDNG N 606-703-200 LEC 1 T 7:30- 9:20P MELNITZ 2586 BROWNLEE, S.M. 20 30 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


88 / FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSU 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2586RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT454B ADV FILM EDITING N 606-709-200 LEC 1 R 7:00-10:50P MELNITZ 2586 MARKS, R/MARKS, B 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-709-201 LEC 2 W 2:00- 6:50P MELNITZ 2586 MARKS, B. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT466A ADV PRO VIDEO WKSHP N 606-734-200 LEC 1 TBA MELNITZ STEIN, H.D. 10 30 G 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT476 VIDEO I N 606-752-200 DIS 1 MW 9:00-12:50P MELNITZ 1423A THE STAFF 10 30 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT482A ADV ANIMATN WRKSHP N 606-764-200 STU 1 TBA EDWARDS, 25 30 4.0/ 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-764-201 STU 2 TBA LETTERA, V.M. 25 30 4.0/ 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT482B ADV ANIMATN WRKSHP N 606-765-200 STU 1 MF 10:00-12:50P MELNITZ 2487 MERCER, C.L. 25 30 4.0/ 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT486 PREP-MFA IN PRODCTN N 606-769-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED NO FAC GAZDAG, G. 5 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-769-201 TUT 2 UNSCHED NO FAC ANTCZAK, J. 5 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-769-202 TUT 3 UNSCHED NO FAC SCHREIBMAN, M.A. 5 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-769-203 TUT 4 UNSCHED NO FAC GONZALEZ, A.P. 5 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-769-204 TUT 5 UNSCHED NO FAC THE STAFF 5 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT487 POST-PRODUCTION LAB N 606-774-200 LAB 1 UNSCHED NO FAC ANTCZAK, J. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-774-201 LAB 2 UNSCHED NO FAC SCHREIBMAN, M.A. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-774-202 LAB 3 UNSCHED NO FAC GONZALEZ, A.P. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-774-203 LAB 4 UNSCHED NO FAC WAGMISTER, C. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-774-204 LAB 5 UNSCHED NO FAC GAZDAG, G. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-774-205 LAB 6 UNSCHED NO FAC GOLDOVSKAYA, M. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT606-774-206 LAB 7 UNSCHED NO FAC STARKIE, B.S. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT488B ADV INTERACT ANIMTN N 606-777-200 LEC 1 TR 7:00- 9:50P MELNITZ 2487 BOYL, B.L. 15 30 G 4.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT489A CMPTR ANMTN-FLM&VID N 606-778-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 3:50P MELNITZ 2487 MERCER, C.L. 25 30 G 4.0- 8.0498 PRFSN INTRN-FILM&TV N 606-796-200 TUT 1 T 5:00- 6:50P MACGOWN 2310C MANN, D.R. 30 30 4.0-12.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSFOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Folklore and Mythology Program, 1041 Public Policy.15 INTR-AMER FLKLR STD N ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P HAINES 220 KIM, S. 120 05 4.0203-045-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1337 40 0.0203-045-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2250 40 0.0203-045-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2250 40 0.0M149 FLK LIT-HISPANC WLD N 203-686-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2134 ARORA, S.L. 10 15 4.0SAME AS : SPAN M149C175 FOOD CUSTOMS&SMBLSM N 203-784-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1023 JONES, M.O. 10 16 4.0190 TPCS-FLKLR&MYTHOLGY N 203-860-200 LEC 1 R 11:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3150 COSENTINO, D.J. 30 14 4.0Folklore 190: Vodou and Santeria200B FIELDWORK N 603-008-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1023 JONES, M.O. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC275 FOOD CUSTOMS&SMBLSM N 603-440-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1023 JONES, M.O. 5 16 4.0375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 603-590-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED COSENTINO, D.J. 15 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FOLKLORE GRADUATE STUDENTS400B DIRCTD PROFSNL ACTS N 603-606-200 LEC 1 UNSCHED COSENTINO, D.J. 15 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSFRENCHAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Enrollment in French 1 through 6 is contingent upon proper placement, as determined by the results of the departmental placement exam to be given on November 18, 1997, from 4-6 p.m.,in Dodd 175.1) Students with one or more years of high school French MUST present a placement exam score on the first day of class.2) Students who have taken the AP exam and received a score of 3 or higher need not take the departmental placement exam, but should consult the <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog for creditequivalencies.3) Students who have never had high school French may preenroll in French 1 without taking the placement exam, but should consult the <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog for credit equivalencies.4) Transfer students who have had French at another college should check their degree progress report for credit equivalencies granted upon admission (see counselors at A316 MurphyHall or call 825-1687).For those who miss the placement exam on November 18, it will be offered again ONCE on January 12, 1998, 4-6 p.m., in Haines 118. After that date, the next exam will be offered forSpring 1998 enrollment.1 ELEMENTARY FRENCH N 205-008-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 127 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 21 4.0205-008-202 LEC 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2181 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 21 4.0205-008-203 LEC 3 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2181 CHANDLER, P. 23 21 4.0205-008-204 LEC 4 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3117 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 21 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 GEOGRAPHY / 89CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS2 ELEMENTARY FRENCH Y 205-021-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 130 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 22 4.0205-021-202 LEC 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2278 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 22 4.0205-021-203 LEC 3 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3117 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 22 4.0205-021-204 LEC 4 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A MS 5217 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 22 4.0205-021-205 LEC 5 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1329 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 22 4.0205-021-206 LEC 6 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2181 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 22 4.02G ELEM FR-GRD STD Y 205-025-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A DODD 78 DUFRESNE, N.I. 50 30 SU 3.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS3 ELEMENTARY FRENCH Y 205-036-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 131 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 23 4.0205-036-202 LEC 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 131 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 23 4.0205-036-203 LEC 3 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A HAINES 131 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 23 4.0205-036-204 LEC 4 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A DODD 162 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 23 4.0205-036-205 LEC 5 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1256 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 23 4.0205-036-206 LEC 6 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P DODD 154 DUFRESNE, N.I. 23 23 4.04 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Y 205-050-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1343 DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 02 4.0205-050-202 LEC 2 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 03 4.0205-050-203 LEC 3 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2181 DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 04 4.0205-050-204 LEC 4 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P DANCE 105 DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 05 4.05 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Y 205-057-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A DANCE 122 DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 02 4.0205-057-202 LEC 2 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 03 4.0205-057-203 LEC 3 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A HAINES 131 DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 04 4.06 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Y 205-064-201 LEC 1 MTWF 10:00-10:50A DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 03 4.0205-064-202 LEC 2 MTWF 11:00-11:50A DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 04 4.010B FRENCH CONVERSATION Y 205-085-200 DIS 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 289 DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 04 2.010C FRENCH CONVERSATION Y 205-092-200 DIS 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P HAINES 130 DUFRESNE, N.I. 20 05 2.012 INTRO-STDY OF FR LT Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-10:50A HAINES 122 WEIL, K. 40 03 4.0205-099-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2284 20 0.0205-099-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2284 20 0.014 INTRO-FRENCH CVLZTN N ----------- LEC 1 MW 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2232 STEFANOVSKA, M. 60 02 4.0205-125-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2232 30 0.0205-125-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2232 30 0.015 THRY&CORRECTN-DICTN Y 205-127-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 127 JANSMA, K. 20 06 4.0100 WRITTEN EXPRESSION N 205-300-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A HAINES 127 THE STAFF 25 04 4.0101 INTERMED EXPOSITION N 205-311-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A HAINES 130 JANSMA, K. 25 04 4.0102 ADVANCED EXPOSITION N 205-330-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 127 JANSMA, K. 25 07 4.0108A ADV PRCTCL TRANSLTN N 205-365-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P HAINES 82 DUFRESNE, N.I. 14 05 4.0114C LIT-19TH&20TH CNTRY N 205-390-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 130 KAO, S.M. 30 14 4.0119C NATURALISM&SYMBOLSM N 205-468-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 127 WERNER, S.D. 25 12 4.0124 THE SHORT STORY N 205-530-200 LEC 1 MW 9:30-10:45A HAINES 127 COLEMAN, P.J. 25 02 4.0132 CONTEMPORARY FRANCE N 205-555-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:15P HAINES 130 WEIL, K. 25 07 4.0French 150: La violence au moyen age150 STUDIES-MEDIEVL LIT N 205-646-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 127 HAIDU, P. 25 14 4.0French 158: Representation in Theater158 STDS-HIST OF IDEAS N 205-681-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 130 KAO, S.M. 25 12 4.0French 165: The Cultural and Literary Art of French Cuisine (taught in English)165 FRENCH LIT-TRANSLTN N 205-712-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:15P PUB POL 1337 LOSELLE, A.N. 42 05 4.0203 CNTMPORARY THEORIES N 605-013-200 LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1270 STEFANOVSKA, M. 15 05 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS215A MDVL LIT-LYRC TYPES N 605-043-200 LEC 1 T 4:00- 6:50P HAINES 131 HAIDU, P. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS217A 17TH CNTURY-THEATER N 605-077-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3106 MELZER, S. 10 06 4.0218A EARLY ENLIGHTENMENT N 605-098-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 131 WERNER, S.D. 15 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS255A NINETEENTH CENTURY N 605-332-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 6:50P HAINES 131 GANS, E.L. 15 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 605-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED DUFRESNE, N.I. 40 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FRENCH,COM LIT,ROMANCE GRAD STUDENTSGEOGRAPHYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.1 PHYSICAL ENVIRONMNT N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A FRANZ 2258A TRIMBLE, S.W. 88 12 0.0207-005-201 LAB 1A W 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A162 22 4.0207-005-202 LAB 1B T 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A162 22 4.0207-005-203 LAB 1C W 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE A162 22 4.0207-005-204 LAB 1D R 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A162 22 4.02 BIOGEOG-CHNGNG WRLD N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P WGYOUNG CS76 SAVAGE, M. 176 15 0.0207-046-201 LAB 1A T 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE A170 22 4.0207-046-202 LAB 1B F 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE A170 22 4.0207-046-203 LAB 1C R 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE A170 22 4.0207-046-204 LAB 1D R 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE A170 22 4.0207-046-205 LAB 1E T 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE A170 22 4.0207-046-206 LAB 1F W 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE A170 22 4.0207-046-207 LAB 1G F 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE A170 22 4.0207-046-208 LAB 1H F 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE A170 22 4.03 CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2209A CHACKO, E. 120 04 0.0207-065-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE A162 20 4.0207-065-202 DIS 1B M 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE A162 20 4.0207-065-203 DIS 1C R 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE A162 20 4.0207-065-204 DIS 1D T 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE A162 20 4.0207-065-205 DIS 1E R 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE A162 20 4.0207-065-206 DIS 1F M 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A162 20 4.04 REGNL DEV&WRLD ECON N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P PUB POL 1234 DRAYSE, M.H. 88 13 0.0207-077-201 LAB 1A M 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE A155 22 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


90 / GERMANIC LANGUAGES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS207-077-202 LAB 1B F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE A155 22 4.0207-077-203 LAB 1C W 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE A155 22 4.0207-077-204 LAB 1D R 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE A155 22 4.05 PEOPLE&EARTH ECOSYS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P DODD 147 MULDAVIN, J.S. 240 14 0.0207-086-201 LAB 1A W 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-202 LAB 1B R 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-203 LAB 1C W 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-204 LAB 1D W 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-205 LAB 1E M 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-206 LAB 1F W 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-207 LAB 1G M 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-208 LAB 1H R 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-209 LAB 1I F 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-210 LAB 1J F 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-211 LAB 1K M 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE A155 20 4.0207-086-212 LAB 1L F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE A155 20 4.0107 SOIL&WATER CONSRVTN Y 207-341-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE A163 TRIMBLE, S.W. 90 15 4.0111 FOREST ECOSYSTEMS Y 207-369-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2221E SAVAGE, M. 115 06 4.0M115 ENVIRONMENTALISM N 207-394-200 DIS 1 0 20 4.0- 6.0SAME AS : URB PLN CM189123 BIORESOURCE MNGMNT Y 207-464-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2221E MATTONI, R. 115 04 4.0124 ENVRMNTL IMPCT ANLY N 207-470-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE A163 RAPHAEL, M.N. 90 12 4.0126 GEOGRPHY-EXTINCTION N 207-483-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE A163 WALTER, H. 90 05 4.0131 ENVIRONMENTL CHANGE N 207-517-200 LEC 1 W 6:00- 8:50P BUNCHE 2221E MACDONALD, G.M. 115 23 4.0133 CULT GEOG-MODRN WLD N 207-525-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BUNCHE A163 CARNEY, J.A. 90 14 4.0144 ETHNICITY-US CITY N 207-556-200 LEC 1 MW 6:00- 7:15P BUNCHE A163 ELLIS, J.M. 90 20 4.0148 ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY Y 207-580-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BUNCHE 2221E RIGBY, D.L. 115 14 4.0152 CITIES OF EUROPE N 207-594-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 2221E AGNEW, J.A. 115 13 4.0155 INDUS LOC&RGNL DVLP Y 207-599-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 2221E SCOTT, A.J. 115 12 4.0159A PROBLEMS-GEOGRAPHY N 207-606-200 DIS 1 T 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE A170 MULDAVIN, J.S. 50 15 4.0159B PROBLEMS-GEOGRAPHY N 207-607-200 DIS 1 W 10:00-12:50P BUNCHE 1250 ELLIS, J.M. 30 02 4.0168 GEOG INFO SYSTEMS Y 207-671-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE A170 SMITH, L. 49 07 4.0169 EARTH FROM ABOVE Y 207-675-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A170 SMITH, L 49 05 4.0171 QUANTITATIVE ANALYS Y 207-690-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2221E REIBEL, M. 115 03 4.0182B BRAZIL N 207-755-200 LEC 1 T 6:00- 8:50P BUNCHE 2221E BENNETT JR, C.F. 115 22 4.0187 MIDDLE EAST N 207-775-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE A163 HALE, G.A. 90 03 4.0200 HIST&PRDGMS-GEOMRPH N 607-014-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 1250 ORME, A.R. 25 15 4.0208 ADV BIOGEOG-PLANTS N 607-073-200 LEC 1 M 6:00- 8:50P BUNCHE A162 SAVAGE, M. 25 21 4.0229 SEM-PEOPLE&ENVIRMNT N 607-192-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 1250 FEDDEMA, J.J. 25 16 4.0232 ADV CULTURAL GEOG N 607-206-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 6:50P BUNCHE A162 CARNEY, J.A. 22 16 4.0233 SEM-CULTURAL GEOG N 607-213-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE A155 ENTRIKIN, J.N. 36 15 4.0M270B SEM-CLIMATE DYNAMCS N 607-369-200 SEM 1 TBA THE STAFF 20 30 2.0- 4.0SAME AS : ATMOSCI M272B, E&S SCI M270B292 RGNL GEOG-SLCTD RGN N 607-536-200 LEC 1 W 6:00- 8:50P BUNCHE A162 WALTER, H. 10 30 4.0298B HIST OF MODERN GEOG N 607-552-200 LEC 1 R 6:00- 8:50P BUNCHE 1250 CURRY, M.R. 25 24 4.0375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 607-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED MC DONALD, G.S. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0GERMANIC LANGUAGESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Students who have taken German elsewhere (without receiving any university credit at <strong>UCLA</strong>) and wish to take German 1 through 6 must take a placement exam to be given on Monday,November 10, 1997, 4-6 p.m. in Public Policy Building 1234.The Placement Exam will be offered again ONCE on January 5, 1998, 4-6 p.m. in Haines 18.Afrikaans105B INTERMEDT AFRIKAANS N 214-351-200 DIS 1 MTWR 10:00-10:50A KIRSNER, R.S. 25 03 4.0Dutch131 INTRO-MOD DUTCH LIT N 216-486-200 DIS 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P ROLFE 2126 KIRSNER, R.S. 30 15 4.0GermanZ GERMAN LAB N 215-002-200 LAB 1 TBA ITTZES, Z. 300 30 0.0The Language Laboratory, 190 Powell Library, is open Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.German Z is open to all students. One hour of German Z is required per week of each student in German 1, 2, and 3.1 ELEMENTARY GERMAN N 215-005-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3153 ITTZES, Z. 25 21 4.0215-005-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A DANCE 105 ITTZES, Z. 25 21 4.02 ELEMENTARY GERMAN Y 215-010-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 96 ITTZES, Z. 25 21 4.0215-010-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 96 ITTZES, Z. 25 21 4.0215-010-203 DIS 3 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 96 ITTZES, Z. 25 21 4.0215-010-204 DIS 4 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 96 ITTZES, Z. 25 21 4.02G ELEM GERMAN-GRADS N 215-012-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5118 STEVENS, C.M. 25 05 SU 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS3 ELEMENTARY GERMAN Y 215-015-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1264 ITTZES, Z. 25 21 4.04 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Y 215-020-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1256 ITTZES, Z. 25 22 4.0215-020-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A ITTZES, Z. 25 22 4.05 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Y 215-025-201 DIS 1 MTRF 10:00-10:50A ITTZES, Z. 25 22 4.06 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Y 215-030-201 DIS 1 MTRF 11:00-11:50A ITTZES, Z. 25 22 4.0100B CIV&CUL 1700-1919 N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A DICKSON 2160E TOKOFSKY, P.I. 60 04 4.0215-311-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3178 20 0.0215-311-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A 20 0.0215-311-203 DIS 1C T 11:00-11:50A 20 0.0106 INTRO-MODERN LIT N 215-359-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 2156 NEHRING, W. 25 12 4.0108B CONVRSTN&COMPOSTN 2 N 215-370-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P PUB POL 1270 LANDA, L.B. 25 14 4.0118 NIETZSCHE&WST TRDTN N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P KOWALIK, J.A. 100 13 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 HISTORY / 91CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS215-408-201 DIS 1A M 10:00-10:50A 25 0.0215-408-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A 25 0.0215-408-203 DIS 1C W 10:00-10:50A 25 0.0215-408-204 DIS 1D W 11:00-11:50A 25 0.0121C NEW GERMN FILM-CLTR N ----------- LEC 1 M 2:00- 2:50P DODD 178 LANDA, J.B. 25 08 4.0T 2:00- 3:50P215-464-201 DIS 1A R 2:00- 3:15P DANCE 105 LANDA, J.B. 25 0.0123 GOETHE N 215-467-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1270 BAHR, E. 25 04 4.0127 ADV STDY-CONTEM LIT N 215-499-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 130 KUHN, A.K. 25 13 4.0129 LANGUAGE&LINGUISTIC N 215-510-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P DODD 154 STEVENS, C.M. 25 06 G 4.0202A MIDDLE HIGH GERMAN N 615-030-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 146 SCHULTZ, J.A. 15 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS208 ROMANTICISM N 615-084-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P DODD 67 NEHRING, W. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS263 THEORIES-LITERATURE N 615-358-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 5:50P FRANZ 1354 KUHN, A.K. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 615-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ITTZES, Z. 15 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS495B COLLEGE TCHNG-PROBS N 615-797-200 TUT 1 TBA ITTZES, Z. 15 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSHungarian101B ELEMENTRY HUNGARIAN N 217-306-200 DIS 1 TR 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 2150 SIMON, J.S. 15 13 4.0Yiddish102A ACCEL ELEM YIDDISH N 219-310-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 5:00- 5:50P CAMPBEL 2226 LIBERMAN-REICH, S. 15 09 6.0GERONTOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.M104D PUBLIC POLICY&AGING N 224-327-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1284 VILLA, V.M. 10 15 4.0SAME AS : SOC WEL M104DHEALTH SERVICESYou may access the departmental section of the online <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog 1995-97 edition by clicking on the department name above. Please understand that the catalog is archival andis not updated between editions (see Catalog Supplements200B HLT SSTMS ORG&FINAN N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI VALDEZ, R.O. 60 07 4.0RESTRICT: HEALTH SERVICES, PUBLIC HEALTH846-002-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61269 60 0.0M204B PHARMCTCL ECON&PLCY N 846-026-200 SEM 1 R 4:30- 6:50P HLTHSCI COMANOR, W.S. 10 16 T2 1.0SAME AS : ECON M204MRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS232 GOVT HLT SERV&TRND N 846-192-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 31235 SHONICK, W. 15 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS236 MICECNM THR-HL SECT N 846-216-200 LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 61269 SCHWEITZER, S.O. 45 01 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS237B HLTH SRVC RSCH MTHD N 846-223-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 6:30P HLTHSCI 51279 RICE, T.H. 40 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: HEALTH SERVICES MAJORS240 INTNL HLTH CARE ISS N 846-240-200 LEC 1 M 3:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 61235 ROEMER, M.I. 20 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM241 WOMEN&HEALTH&AGING N 846-246-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 71257 DIAMOND, T. 13 16 2.0/ 4.0SAME AS : SOC WEL M290DRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS249F QLTY ASSMT&ASSURNCE N 846-295-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 6:00P OFF CAM BROOK, R.H. 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: HEALTH SERVICES MAJORS249H CURRNT RSRCH ISSUES N 846-297-200 DIS 1 R 12:00- 1:30P HLTHSCI 41235 RICE, T.H. 15 16 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM249J MENTL HLTH SERVICES N 846-299-200 LEC 1 T 5:00- 7:50P HLTHSCI 61269 VALDEZ, R.O. 20 20 G 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M251RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS249L ETHICAL ISSUES Y 846-301-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 41235 ROEMER, R.J. 30 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM287 POLITICS-HLTH POLCY N 846-523-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 61269 WALLACE, S.P. 20 16 G 4.0SAME AS : COM HLT M287RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS422 EVAL-HEALTH SERVICE N 846-646-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61269 ANDERSEN, R.M. 25 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT436 FNCL MGMT-HLTH SRVC N 846-672-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 61235 LUCK, J. 30 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS438 LOCAL HEALTH ADMIN N 846-676-200 LEC 1 R 5:00- 7:50P HLTHSCI 61262 ALKON, E. 15 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM449A CHILD HEALTH N 846-697-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 31235 HALFON, N. 5 08 G 4.0SAME AS : COM HLT M436ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSHISTORYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.1A WESTERN CIVILIZATN N ----------- LEC 1 MW 9:00- 9:50A FOWLER A103B GEARY, P. 320 02 0.0221-004-201 DIS 1A M 12:00- 1:50P FRANZ 2288 20 4.0221-004-202 DIS 1B M 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3153 20 4.0221-004-203 DIS 1C M 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3150 20 4.0221-004-204 DIS 1D T 4:00- 5:50P DODD 167 20 4.0221-004-205 DIS 1E T 4:00- 5:50P MS 5148 20 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


92 / HISTORY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS221-004-206 DIS 1F T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 230 20 4.0221-004-207 DIS 1G W 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5280 20 4.0221-004-208 DIS 1H W 3:00- 4:50P DODD 178 20 4.0221-004-209 DIS 1I W 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3117 20 4.0221-004-210 DIS 1J W 4:00- 5:50P HAINES 130 20 4.0221-004-211 DIS 1K W 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3134 20 4.0221-004-212 DIS 1L R 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1323 20 4.0221-004-213 DIS 1M R 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2317 20 4.0221-004-214 DIS 1N R 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 2181 20 4.0221-004-215 DIS 1O R 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3143 20 4.0221-004-216 DIS 1P F 9:00-10:50A PUB POL 1270 20 4.01B WESTERN CIVILIZATN N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:00- 3:50P FOWLER A103B MCCLENDON, M. 320 16 0.0221-006-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2135 20 4.0221-006-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 1221A 20 4.0221-006-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 5:50P DODD 178 20 4.0221-006-204 DIS 1D W 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3105 20 4.0221-006-205 DIS 1E W 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 1221A 20 4.0221-006-206 DIS 1F W 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1284 20 4.0221-006-207 DIS 1G W 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1323 20 4.0221-006-208 DIS 1H W 4:00- 5:50P DODD 154 20 4.0221-006-209 DIS 1I W 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3178 20 4.0221-006-210 DIS 1J R 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3120 20 4.0221-006-211 DIS 1K R 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2135 20 4.0221-006-212 DIS 1L R 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3105 20 4.0221-006-213 DIS 1M F 8:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1329 20 4.0221-006-214 DIS 1N F 8:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2325 20 4.0221-006-215 DIS 1O F 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A152 20 4.0221-006-216 DIS 1P F 12:00- 1:50P HAINES 110 20 4.02A POWER&ETHICS&TCHNLG N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P PUB POL 2214 STEELE, B.D. 80 14 0.0221-001-201 DIS 1A T 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2168 20 4.0221-001-202 DIS 1B R 3:30- 5:20P BUNCHE 3153 20 4.0221-001-203 DIS 1C W 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1329 20 4.0221-001-204 DIS 1D R 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3123 20 4.03B INTRO HIST SCIENCE N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P PUB POL 1222 PORTER, T.M. 80 13 0.0221-017-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 130 20 4.0221-017-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 5:50P HAINES 130 20 4.0221-017-203 DIS 1C W 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3170 20 4.0221-017-204 DIS 1D R 4:00- 5:50P HAINES 110 20 4.03C INTRO HIST SCIENCE N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:15P DODD 146 FINKELSTEIN, G.W. 80 07 0.0221-018-201 DIS 1A M 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 2168 20 4.0221-018-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE A152 20 4.0221-018-203 DIS 1C W 8:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1337 20 4.0221-018-204 DIS 1D W 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3150 20 4.04 INTRO-HIST RELIG N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P DICKSON 2160E BARTCHY, S.S. 320 15 0.0221-020-201 DIS 1A T 3:30- 5:20P ROLFE 2126 20 4.0221-020-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3134 20 4.0221-020-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3150 20 4.0221-020-204 DIS 1D T 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3143 20 4.0221-020-205 DIS 1E W 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3117 20 4.0221-020-206 DIS 1F W 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3175 20 4.0221-020-207 DIS 1G W 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1256 20 4.0221-020-208 DIS 1H W 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1264 20 4.0221-020-209 DIS 1I R 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3117 20 4.0221-020-210 DIS 1J R 3:30- 5:20P PUB POL 2333 20 4.0221-020-211 DIS 1K R 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3178 20 4.0221-020-212 DIS 1L R 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3164 20 4.0221-020-213 DIS 1M R 4:00- 5:50P DODD 162 20 4.0221-020-214 DIS 1N F 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3114 20 4.0221-020-215 DIS 1O F 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2160 20 4.0221-020-216 DIS 1P F 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3150 20 4.08B LATIN AM UNDRDVLPMT N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 1200 SOUSA, L.M. 240 03 0.0221-046-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1329 20 4.0221-046-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 96 20 4.0221-046-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3153 20 4.0221-046-204 DIS 1D W 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3178 20 4.0221-046-205 DIS 1E W 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2333 20 4.0221-046-206 DIS 1F W 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2319 20 4.0221-046-207 DIS 1G R 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3120 20 4.0221-046-208 DIS 1H R 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1343 20 4.0221-046-209 DIS 1I R 4:00- 5:50P DODD 178 20 4.0221-046-210 DIS 1J R 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3156 20 4.0221-046-211 DIS 1K F 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3150 20 4.0221-046-212 DIS 1L F 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2160 20 4.010A INT-CIVLZATN-AFRICA N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 2209A EHRET, C. 160 13 0.0221-056-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2250 20 4.0221-056-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3178 20 4.0221-056-203 DIS 1C W 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2160 20 4.0221-056-204 DIS 1D W 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3175 20 4.0221-056-205 DIS 1E W 4:00- 5:50P DODD 162 20 4.0221-056-206 DIS 1F R 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1323 20 4.0221-056-207 DIS 1G F 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3164 20 4.0221-056-208 DIS 1H F 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3164 20 4.013B US&COLONL ORGNS-19C N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-11:50A MOORE 100 DUBOIS, E.C. 160 13 0.0221-068-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2317 20 4.0221-068-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 5:50P MS 5217 20 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 HISTORY / 93CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS221-068-203 DIS 1C W 8:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2242 20 4.0221-068-204 DIS 1D W 3:00- 4:50P DODD 78 20 4.0221-068-205 DIS 1E W 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3153 20 4.0221-068-206 DIS 1F W 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2284 20 4.0221-068-207 DIS 1G W 4:00- 5:50P HAINES 131 20 4.0221-068-208 DIS 1H F 8:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2284 20 4.0History 6ABC and 7AB have been replaced by a new American History survey, 13ABC.13C US&COLONL ORGNS-20C N ----------- LEC 1 MW 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2209A REIFF, J.L. 160 02 0.0221-069-201 DIS 1A M 10:00-11:50A ROLFE 3114 20 4.0221-069-202 DIS 1B M 3:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3120 20 4.0221-069-203 DIS 1C M 3:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3119 20 4.0221-069-204 DIS 1D W 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3164 20 4.0221-069-205 DIS 1E W 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3105 20 4.0221-069-206 DIS 1F R 8:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2160 20 4.0221-069-207 DIS 1G R 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3150 20 4.0221-069-208 DIS 1H R 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1329 20 4.021 WRLD HIST 1200-1800 N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1234 SYMCOX, G.W. 80 05 4.0221-086-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 4:50P DODD 178 20 0.0221-086-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3156 20 0.0221-086-203 DIS 1C R 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2284 20 0.0221-086-204 DIS 1D F 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3178 20 0.098T WOMN&GENDR-MID EAST N 221-274-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3169 ROSTAM-KOLAYI, J. 16 08 G 4.099 INT-HISTRCL PRCTICE N 221-273-201 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1278 JACOBY, R. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 1: Popular Culture and Unpopular Intellectuals221-273-202 SEM 2 T 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3169 MATSUMOTO, V.J. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 2: Courtship in History221-273-203 SEM 3 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2150 REIFF, J.L. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 3: Envisioning Southern California221-273-204 SEM 4 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3157 WEISS, R. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 4: The Legacy of the New Deal221-273-205 SEM 5 W 10:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2174 KOMISARUK, C. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 5: Latin American History221-273-206 SEM 6 T 2:00- 4:50P MS 7608 KOMISARUK, C. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 6: Latin American History221-273-207 SEM 7 R 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 3127 GRIFFIN, M.H. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 7: History of Christianity221-273-208 SEM 8 T 11:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3165 KURASHIGE, S. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 8: American History221-273-209 SEM 9 T 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE A152 SCHANTZ, E. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 9: Latin American History221-273-210 SEM 10 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1270 SCHANTZ, E. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 10: Latin American History221-273-211 SEM 11 T 10:00-12:50P BUNCHE 1265 COVINGTON, E. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 11: European History221-273-212 SEM 12 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2292 BOOKER, C.M. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 12: Medieval History221-273-214 SEM 14 R 2:00- 4:50P CAMPBEL 2226 SHEPPARD, E. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 14: European History221-273-215 SEM 15 R 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE A152 KURASHIGE, S. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 15: American History221-273-216 SEM 16 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE A152 COVINGTON, E. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 16: European History221-273-217 SEM 17 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2173 SHEPPARD, E. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 17: Jewish History221-273-218 SEM 18 W 2:00- 4:50P DODD 67 GRIFFIN, M.H. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 18: History of Christianity221-273-219 SEM 19 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2325 BOOKER, C.M. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 19: Medieval History221-273-221 SEM 21 W 10:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2150 WAUGH, J. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 21: The Historical Legacy of Abraham Lincoln221-273-222 SEM 22 W 1:00- 3:50P MS 7608 MEYER, M.L. 15 30 4.0History 99, seminar 22: American Indian Lives in the 20th CenturyM103A HIST ARCHEOL-WORLD N 221-304-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:15P FOWLER A139 POSNANSKY, M. 40 04 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M115A106B MID EAST 1300-1700 N 221-320-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A DODD 170 MORONY, M.G. 50 12 4.0108A HIST OF THE ARABS N 221-339-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 18 MARSOT, A. 100 13 4.0110A ISLAMC IRAN TO 1800 N 221-346-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P DICKSON 3273 BERBERIAN, H. 50 14 4.0111B HIST OF THE TURKS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A BUNCHE 1209B SHAW, S.J. 180 11 4.0221-351-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3164 20 0.0221-351-202 DIS 1B T 1:00- 1:50P DODD 154 20 0.0221-351-203 DIS 1C T 3:00- 3:50P DODD 162 20 0.0221-351-204 DIS 1D W 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2317 20 0.0221-351-205 DIS 1E W 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 110 20 0.0221-351-206 DIS 1F R 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2325 20 0.0221-351-207 DIS 1G R 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3115 20 0.0221-351-208 DIS 1H F 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1256 20 0.0221-351-209 DIS 1I F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3156 20 0.0114 MIDDLE EASTERN HIST N 221-364-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3175 AL-QATTAN, N. 50 03 4.0116A HIST ANCIENT GREECE N 221-371-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 1209B CHAMBERS, M.H. 150 12 4.0117B HISTORY OF ROME N 221-377-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 1209B LOVANO, M. 180 13 4.0121A EUROPE 400-1000 N 221-388-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A DODD 167 HUMMER, H. 60 03 4.0123B BYZANTINE HISTORY N 221-400-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3175 KREKIC, B. 50 04 4.0125B MOD EUROP-1600-1715 N 221-413-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2250 POTTER, M.D. 60 02 4.0125F MOD EUROP-1939-NOW N 221-417-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P PUB POL 1246 WOHL, R.A. 100 16 4.0127B WAR&DIPLOMACY-EUROP N 221-430-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 118 ROGGER, H.J. 130 14 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


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ECON-1790-1910 N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P DODD 170 YEAGER, M.A. 60 13 4.0221-603-201 DIS 1A T 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3170 20 0.0221-603-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3170 20 0.0221-603-203 DIS 1C R 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1284 20 0.0150B INTELLECTL HIST US N 221-612-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A DODD 121 COREY, M.F. 150 12 4.0151A CONSTITUTNL HIST US N 221-623-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P DODD 147 EDWARDS, L. 300 13 4.0152A AMER DIPLOMATIC HIS N 221-627-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A DODD 167 DAVIS, A. 60 12 4.0154A US URBAN HISTORY N 221-635-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P PUB POL 1234 GOLD, C.S. 100 14 4.0156D SOC HIST-AMER WOMEN N 221-647-200 LEC 1 TR 2:30- 3:45P KINSEY 169 SNEIDER, A. 100 15 4.0157B N AMER IND 1830-NOW N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 220 MEYER, M.L. 60 13 4.0221-650-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 110 20 0.0221-650-202 DIS 1B W 1:00- 1:50P CAMPBEL 2226 20 0.0221-650-203 DIS 1C R 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3115 20 0.0M159B HIST-CHICANO PEOPLE N 221-659-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A 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B.A. 120 12 4.0221-756-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3120 20 0.0221-756-202 DIS 1B T 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1337 20 0.0221-756-203 DIS 1C W 1:00- 1:50P DANCE 122 20 0.0221-756-204 DIS 1D W 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1270 20 0.0221-756-205 DIS 1E R 11:00-11:50A DANCE 103 20 0.0221-756-206 DIS 1F R 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3120 20 0.0187C JAPAN-MODERN N 221-779-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P DODD 121 SILVERBERG, M.R. 150 14 4.0189A CONTEMP SOUTH ASIA N 221-774-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P PUB POL 2250 LAL, V. 50 13 4.0190B SOEAST ASIA 1815 ON N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P DODD 121 ROBINSON, G. 120 15 4.0221-787-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5127 20 0.0221-787-202 DIS 1B T 5:00- 5:50P MS 5127 20 0.0221-787-203 DIS 1C W 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5419 20 0.0221-787-204 DIS 1D W 1:00- 1:50P MOORE 1003 20 0.0221-787-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5203 20 0.0221-787-206 DIS 1F R 10:00-10:50A MS 5203 20 0.0190C PHILIPPINE HISTORY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 2 SALMAN, M. 60 13 4.0221-785-201 DIS 1A W 9:00- 9:50A MS 5217 20 0.0221-785-202 DIS 1B W 3:00- 3:50P MS 5203 20 0.0221-785-203 DIS 1C R 9:00- 9:50A MS 6201 20 0.0190D VIETNAM PAST&PRESNT N 221-784-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PERLOFF 1102 SARDESAI, D.R. 140 12 4.0M191B JWSH HIS-MD AGE-PRS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 1234 MYERS, D.N. 60 12 4.0SAME AS : JEWISH M191B221-789-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5147 20 0.0221-789-202 DIS 1B T 5:00- 5:50P MS 5147 20 0.0221-789-203 DIS 1C R 4:00- 4:50P KINSEY 230 20 0.0191E THIRD REICH & JEWS N 221-792-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P DODD 161 FRIEDLANDER, S.P. 100 15 4.0M192A JWSH INTEL HIS-MED N 221-796-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2160 HARTMAN, D. 20 16 4.0SAME AS : JEWISH M192A193D RELIGION-ANCT NR EA N 221-802-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 6 BUCCELLATI, G. 50 14 4.0194B RLG ENV-ERL CHRSTNS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P DODD 121 BARTCHY, S.S. 120 13 4.0221-814-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5138 20 0.0221-814-202 DIS 1B T 5:00- 5:50P MS 5138 20 0.0221-814-203 DIS 1C 20 0.0221-814-204 DIS 1D 20 0.0221-814-205 DIS 1E 20 0.0221-814-206 DIS 1F 20 0.0195C MODERN PHYSICAL SCI N 221-808-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P BUNCHE 3153 KIRSCH, S.L. 30 15 4.0197A UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-824-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3161 BERNHARDT, K. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 197A: Women and the Family in Late Traditional and Modern China197B UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-825-200 SEM 1 T 1:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3106 BEREND, I.T. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197B: Right-Wing Ideologies in 20th-Century Central and Eastern Europe197C UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-826-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3114 CHAMBERS, M.H. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 197C: Plutarch and History197D UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-827-200 SEM 1 R 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3165 BURNS, R.I. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197D: Society Transformed by Law: 13th-Century Spain and Europe and Their CodesOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 HISTORY / 95CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS197E UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-828-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3161 GOMEZ-QUINONES, J. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197E: Mexican-African Relations, Past and Present197F UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-829-200 SEM 1 W 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 5288 MELDRUM, M. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197F: Sex, Lies, and Scientists: History of the Scientific Construction of Gender and Sexuality197G UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-830-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3173 HOVANNISIAN, R.G. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 197G: The Armenian Genocide in Comparative Perspective197H UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-831-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2174 WAUGH, S.L. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197H: English Peasants in the Middle Ages197I UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-832-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3165 LOEWENBERG, P.J. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197I: The Bauhaus: Weimar, Dessau, Berlin, 1919-1933, as a Creative Community197J UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-833-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3161 MORONY, M.G. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 197J: What They Wore197K UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-834-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2319 MOYA, J. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197K: Anarchism in Fin-de-Siecle Europe197M UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-836-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3161 OOMS, H. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197M: Tokugawa Intellectual History II: Cultural Nativism197N UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-837-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P CAMPBEL 2226 REILL, P.H. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197N: European Romanticism197P UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-839-200 SEM 1 T 4:00- 6:50P DODD 162 SABEAN, D. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197P: Male Fantasies: Europe and the Moderne197Q UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-840-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3157 SPIEGEL, F.Z. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197Q: Religion and Psychoanalysis197R UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-841-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3173 TERRACIANO, K.B. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 197R: The Native Community in Mexico197T UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-843-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1329 EDWARDS, L. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197T: Inequality and Power in U.S. History, 1800-1850197U UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-844-201 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3118 LOVANO, M. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 197U: The Age of Augustus197V UNDERGRAD SEMINARS N 221-845-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 146 FRIEDLANDER, S.P. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197V: Recent Debates in the Historiography of the Holocaust197W UNDERGRAD SEMINAR N 221-846-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P HAINES 110 YEAGER, M.A. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY & JUNIORS AND ABOVEHistory 197W: American Business Cultures: An Economic and Historical Perspective200D ADV HIST EUROPE N 621-005-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3165 SYMCOX, G.W. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 200D: Historiography of the RenaissanceM200W ADV HIST-AMRCN INDN N 621-024-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3169 ARNOLD, D. 5 30 4.0SAME AS : AM IND M200ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory M200W: Advanced American Indian Historiography201C TOPICS-MEDIEVAL N 621-031-200 SEM 1 R 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3165 BURNS, R.I. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201C, seminar 1: Society Transformed by Law: 13th-Century Spain and Europe and Their Codes621-031-201 SEM 2 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2174 WAUGH, S.L. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201C, seminar 2: English Peasants in the Middle Ages201E TOPICS-MODRN EUROPE N 621-033-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3165 LOEWENBERG, P.J. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201E, seminar 1: The Bauhaus: Weimar, Dessau, Berlin, 1919-1933, as a Creative Community621-033-201 SEM 2 T 1:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3106 BEREND, I.T. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201E, seminar 2: Right-Wing Ideologies in 20th-Century Central and Eastern Europe201H TOPICS-U S N 621-036-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3161 GOMEZ-QUINONES, J. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201H, seminar 1: Mexican-African Relations, Past and Present621-036-201 SEM 2 R 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3106 WANG, J.A. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201H, seminar 2: Modern American Politics, the State, and Organizational Society621-036-202 SEM 3 T 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3127 HINES, T.S. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 201H, seminar 3: History of Los Angeles201I TOPICS-LAT AMERICA N 621-037-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3173 TERRACIANO, K.B. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 201I, seminar 1: The Native Community in Mexico621-037-201 SEM 2 T 11:00- 1:50P ROLFE 2106 SUMMERHILL, W.R. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 201I, seminar 2: Slavery and Abolition in Latin America201J TOPICS-NEAR EAST N 621-038-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3173 HOVANNISIAN, R.G. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201J, seminar 1: The Armenian Genocide in Comparative PerspectiveOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


96 / HONORS COLLEGIUM WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS621-038-201 SEM 2 R 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3123 MORONY, M.G. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201J, seminar 2: What They Wore201L TOPICS-CHINA N 621-040-200 SEM 1 W 10:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3161 VON GLAHN, R. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201L, seminar 1: Religious Cultures of China621-040-201 SEM 2 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3161 BERNHARDT, K. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201L, seminar 2: Women and the Family in Late Traditional and Modern China201M TOPICS-JAPAN N 621-041-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3161 OOMS, H. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201M, seminar 1: Tokugawa Intellectual History II: Cultural Nativism621-041-201 SEM 2 M 12:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 1265 SILVERBERG, M.R. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201M, seminar 2: Showa Memories: From Modern to Post-Modern201N TOPICS-AFRICA N 621-042-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3131 KEA, R. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201N: West Africa and the Atlantic and Saharan Slave Trade201O TOPICS-SCIENCE TECH N 621-043-200 SEM 1 W 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 5288 MELDRUM, M. 5 30 4.0History 197F: Sex, Lies, and Scientists: History of the Scientific Construction of Gender and Sexuality201Q TOPICS-THRY OF HIST N 621-045-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2319 MOYA, J.C. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201Q: Anarchism in Fin-de-Siecle Europe201R TOPICS-JEWISH HIST N 621-046-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 146 FRIEDLANDER, S.P. 5 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 201R: Recent Debates in the Historiography of the HolocaustM203A SOCL THRY&CMPR HIST N 621-076-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2173 BRENNER, R.P. 5 30 4.0SAME AS : POL SCI M291A, SOCIOL M296A204B SEM-NR&MID EST HIST N 621-079-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3161 GELVIN, J.L. 10 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 204B: Historiography of the Modern Middle EastM230B SEM-MODERN EUROPEAN N 621-176-200 SEM 1 TBA SILVERMAN, D.L. 5 30 T2 4.0SAME AS : ART HIS M241BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT231A MOD EUR INTEL&CULT N 621-201-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 6:50P BUNCHE 3169 WOHL, R.A. 10 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 231A: European Cultural and Intellectual History233A SEM-RUSSN&SOVT HIST N 621-205-200 SEM 1 W 1:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 62073 FRANK, S. 10 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 233A: Imperial Russia242 EUROPEAN HISTORY N 621-426-200 DIS 1 R 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2325 SABEAN, D. 30 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT246B US HIST-1790-1900 N 621-258-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1343 LAMOREAUX, N.R. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS247A SEM-EARLY AMER HIST N 621-264-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2174 BLOCH, R.H. 16 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS254B US SOCIAL&INTELLECT N 621-306-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3173 SALMAN, M. 10 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS258A SEM-WORK CLASS HIST N 621-319-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3127 LASLETT, J.H. 10 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHistory 258A: History of Los Angeles: 19th and 20th Centuries263B SEM-HIST AMER WEST N 621-340-200 SEM 1 M 11:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3161 ARON, S.A. 10 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHistory 263B: The American WestM268A SEM-RCNT LAT-AM HIS N 621-385-200 SEM 1 T 4:00- 6:50P BUNCHE 11382 WILKIE, J.W. 10 30 T1 4.0SAME AS : LAT AM M268ARESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTSHONORS COLLEGIUMAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.You may access the departmental section of the latest edition of the online <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog by clicking on the department name above.5 GEOMETRY-RELATIVITY N ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:30A BUNCHE 3211 VENKATESWARAN, S.V 40 03 4.0222-040-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2319 20 0.0222-040-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3164 20 0.012 THINKNG ABOUT RGHTS N 222-077-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2278 PATEMAN, C. 15 15 4.013 FRENCH&ITAL CINEMA N 222-080-200 SEM 1 T 1:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2242 COTTINO-JONES, M. 40 15 4.0R 1:00- 2:50P PUB POL 224214 HISTORY&SCI&SOCIETY N 222-081-200 SEM 1 TF 2:00- 3:50P MILLER, J.H. 20 15 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT32 CREATIVITY&CULTURE N 222-138-200 SEM 1 T 10:00-12:50P MS 5225 CREESE, R.A. 20 13 6.0R 10:00-11:50A MS 5225RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT35 EXTRATERRESTRL LIFE N 222-145-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 3656 NEWMAN, W.I. 40 03 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT43 THE TRAIL OF LIGHT N 222-164-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P KINSEY 364 GURVAL, R.A. 30 16 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT47 LIT OF COLONIZATION N 222-177-200 SEM 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P PUB POL 2325 HUTERS, T.D. 20 15 4.065 CARNIVAL&FESTIVITY N 222-224-200 SEM 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1284 TOKOFSKY, P.I. 20 07 4.066 SUBSTNC ABUSE&BRAIN N 222-226-200 SEM 1 MF 1:00- 2:50P LS 4127 MAIDMENT, N.T. 40 06 4.068 HIST-SOCIAL THOUGHT N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P PUB POL 1337 PRAGER, J. 35 16 4.0222-230-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A DODD 67 18 0.0222-230-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3153 17 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 ITALIAN / 97CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS83 POLTCS&RHETORIC-LIT N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3165 WILSON, G.J. 25 12 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT222-264-201 DIS 1A R 3:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3131 WILSON, G.J. 25 0.097 ISS-AMRC FORGN PLCY N ----------- LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P SPIEGEL, S.L. 64 15 4.0222-295-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2238 24 0.0222-295-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 4:50P KINSEY 365 20 0.0222-295-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5203 20 0.0109 MAKING OF POETRY N ----------- SEM 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BUNCHE 2160 BALLERINI, L. 35 14 4.0222-354-201 DIS 1A W 1:00- 1:50P DODD 67 18 0.0222-354-202 DIS 1B W 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2181 17 0.0113 GEOG ENCNTR&EXPLRTN N 222-374-200 SEM 1 R 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE A170 THROWER, N.J. 50 16 4.0M115 NATN&NTNLSM-MOD EUR N 222-390-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1323 BRUBAKER, W.R. 10 15 4.0SAME AS : EUR STD M101M135 MASS COMMUNICATION N 222-510-200 SEM 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE A152 MELZER, S.E. 10 15 6.0SAME AS : COM STD M135RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTHUMANITIES1C WRD LIT-ENLTNMT-20C N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2209A MANNERS, M.M. 160 05 4.0223-019-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3105 20 0.0223-019-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2150 20 0.0223-019-203 DIS 1C T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3173 20 0.0223-019-204 DIS 1D T 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3169 20 0.0223-019-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 289 20 0.0223-019-206 DIS 1F R 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2150 20 0.0223-019-207 DIS 1G R 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3173 20 0.0223-019-208 DIS 1H R 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3169 20 0.02B SRV-LIT-LAT MDL-17C N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-11:50A HAINES 18 RE, L. 90 04 5.0223-024-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 110 18 0.0F 11:00-11:50A DODD 67223-024-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3143 18 0.0F 11:00-11:50A HAINES 110223-024-203 DIS 1C T 10:00-10:50A DODD 67 18 0.0F 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3112223-024-204 DIS 1D T 11:00-11:50A DANCE 103 18 0.0F 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3114223-024-205 DIS 1E T 12:00-12:50P DODD 67 18 0.0F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 31232D GREAT BOOKS-WORLD N ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-10:50A HAINES 2 MANNERS, M.M. 108 03 4.0223-030-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 289 18 0.0F 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 346223-030-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A CAMPBEL 2226 18 0.0F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 110223-030-203 DIS 1C T 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3118 18 0.0F 10:00-10:50A DANCE 122223-030-204 DIS 1D T 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 184 18 0.0F 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3114223-030-205 DIS 1E T 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2173 18 0.0F 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 289223-030-206 DIS 1F T 1:00- 1:50P MOORE 1003 18 0.0F 10:00-10:50A DANCE 103INDO-EUROPEAN STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Indo-European Studies Program, 7349 Bunche Hall.280A SEM-INDO-EUROP LING N 627-491-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P KINSEY 115D ANTTILA, R.A. 10 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSINTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.100A ECON DVLP&CLTR CHNG N 230-300-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE A170 MULDAVIN, J.S. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: DEVELOPMENT STUDIES MAJORSM100B PLTCL ECON-DEVLPMNT N 230-301-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2278 LEDDY, G.S. 20 09 4.0SAME AS : POL SCI M197G, SOCIOL M180ITALIANAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Students who have taken Italian elsewhere (without receiving any university credit at <strong>UCLA</strong>) and wish to take Italian 1 through 25 must take a placement exam to be given on Monday,January 12, 1998, 2-4 p.m., room to be announced.To reserve a space for the exam, call Professor Tognozzi at 794-8910.Z ITALIAN LAB N 237-002-201 LAB 1 W 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 230 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-202 LAB 2 R 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3105 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-203 LAB 3 F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 127 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-204 LAB 4 F 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3105 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-205 LAB 5 R 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3288 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-206 LAB 6 R 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3105 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-207 LAB 7 R 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2325 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-208 LAB 8 W 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2168 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-209 LAB 9 F 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3105 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-210 LAB 10 R 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3118 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 30 0.0237-002-211 LAB 11 F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3143 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 07 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


98 / LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSStudents enrolled in Italian 1 are required to enroll in one section of Italian Z, lab 1-3.1 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN N 237-003-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3105 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.0237-003-202 LEC 2 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2278 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.0237-003-203 LEC 3 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P DODD 162 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.0Students enrolled in Italian 2 are required to enroll in one section of Italian Z, lab 4-7.2 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN Y 237-009-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2278 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.0237-009-202 LEC 2 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3105 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.0237-009-203 LEC 3 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3105 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.0Students enrolled in Italian 3 are required to enroll in one section of Italian Z, lab 8-9.3 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN Y 237-015-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1343 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.0Students enrolled in Italian 4 are required to enroll in one section of Italian Z, lab 10-11.4 INTERMED ITALIAN Y 237-021-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1343 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 25 27 4.05 INTERMED ITALIAN Y 237-024-201 LEC 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE A152 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 20 27 4.025 ADVANCED ITALIAN Y 237-075-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3165 CODEBO, M. 15 27 4.042B ITALY THRU THE AGES N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P MS 4000A BALLERINI, L. 180 14 4.0237-093-201 DIS 1A W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE A152 20 0.0237-093-202 DIS 1B W 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1337 20 0.0237-093-203 DIS 1C W 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2168 20 0.0237-093-204 DIS 1D W 12:00-12:50P HAINES 131 20 0.0237-093-205 DIS 1E W 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3105 20 0.0237-093-206 DIS 1F F 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3288 20 0.0237-093-207 DIS 1G F 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3123 20 0.0237-093-208 DIS 1H F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE A152 20 0.0237-093-209 DIS 1I F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3157 20 0.050A LIT-MID AGES&RENSNC N 237-153-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P DICKSON 3273 BETTI, F. 70 13 4.0100 COMPOSITION & STYLE Y 237-300-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3169 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 14 04 4.0102C ITAL CULTURAL EXPER N 237-324-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P DODD 78 CODEBO, M. 50 05 4.0103A INTRO-LIT&ANALYSIS Y 237-328-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 2242 TUTTLE, E.F. 30 12 4.0116B RENSNCE-POWR&IMGNTN Y 237-403-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P ROLFE 3118 BETTI, F. 20 14 4.0131 READING & RECITING N 237-483-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 130 PELLEGRINI, M.G. 20 06 4.0150 MODRN FICTN-TRNSLTN N 237-592-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P ROLFE 3134 HARRISON, T.J. 40 15 4.0205A BRIEF HIST-LIT CRIT N 637-064-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 131 HARRISON, T.J. 15 06 4.0RESTRICT: ITALIAN OR ROMANCE GRAD STUDENTSItalian 205A: Critical Theory from Plato to the 20th Century216A MACHIAVELLI N 637-188-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2278 CIAVOLELLA, M. 15 16 4.0Italian 216A: Machiavelli and Renaissance Political Thought260B WOMEN IN ITAL CULTR N 637-401-200 LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3105 RE, L. 15 05 4.0RESTRICT: ITALIAN OR ROMANCE GRAD STUDENTS & WOMEN’S STUDIES MAJORS298 VRBL TPCS-ITAL STDS N 637-580-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 146 TUTTLE, E.F. 15 15 4.0Italian 298: Comparative Romance Historical Phonology375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 637-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED TOGNOZZI, E.A. 15 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: ITALIAN OR ROMANCE GRAD STUDENTS495A TCHG ITAL-CLGE LEVL N 637-765-200 TUT 1 M 1:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3127 TOGNOZZI, E.A. 10 05 2.0- 4.0LATIN AMERICAN STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Latin American Studies Program, 10347 Bunche Hall.99 INTRO-LATN AMER PRB N 243-296-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:20P DODD 170 THE STAFF 50 16 4.0197 TPCS-LAT AMRCN STDS N 243-870-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3178 RODRIGUEZ, L.A. 15 08 4.0Latin American 197: The Military in Latin America250B SEM-LAT AMER STDS N 643-301-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3178 RODRIGUEZ, L.A. 15 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSLatin American 250B: The Military in Latin AmericaM268A SEM-RCNT LAT-AM HIS N 643-343-200 SEM 1 T 4:00- 6:50P BUNCHE 11382 WILKIE, J.W. 5 30 T1 4.0SAME AS : HIST M268ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSLAWUndergraduate Law98T PROGRSV SOCL MVMNTS N 245-232-200 SEM 1 MW 10:30-11:50A BUNCHE 3165 ALEXANDRI, M. 12 03 G 4.0LESBIAN, GAY, AND BISEXUAL STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.M14 LSBN&GAY&BISEX STDY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 2 LITTLETON/SCHULTZ 70 12 4.0SAME AS : WOMEN M14244-042-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2178 17 0.0244-042-202 DIS 1B T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2168 18 0.0244-042-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 3105 17 0.0244-042-204 DIS 1D R 12:00-12:50P HAINES 131 18 0.0M133 CHICANA LESBIAN LIT N 244-498-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 4660 GASPAR DE ALBA, A. 10 16 G 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M133, WOMEN M133M134 CLTR CNSTRCT-GENDER N 244-504-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P FOWLER A139 HAMMOND, P.B. 10 13 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M134LGBS 197: Treating Homosexuality in the U.S.197 TOPICS-LGBS STUDIES N 244-878-200 LEC 1 T 7:00- 9:50P ROLFE 3106 ROSARIO, V.A. 10 22 4.0LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCEYou may access the departmental section of the latest edition of the online <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog by clicking on the department name above.110 INFO RESR&LIBRARIES N 251-330-200 DIS 1 MW 11:00-12:50P GSEIS 111 ERCEGOVAC, Z. 40 30 4.0208 CULTRL INFO SOURCES N ----------- LEC 1 M 9:00-10:50A GSEIS 111 GILLILAND-SWETLAND 18 30 G 4.0Library and Information Science 208: Development of Cultural Information Sources Using Digital MultimediaOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 LIFE SCIENCES / 99CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS651-030-201 LAB 1A T 9:00-10:50A GSEIS 118 GILLILAND-SWETLAND 18 0.0213 INFO STORAGE&RETRVL N 651-071-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 4:50P GSEIS 245 LEAZER, G.H. 10 08 G 4.0220 INFORMATION ACCESS N 651-120-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P GSEIS 111 BATES, M.J. 30 30 G 4.0651-120-201 LEC 2 T 6:00- 8:50P GSEIS 111 WANG, 30 30 G 4.0242 INFO RETRIEVAL SYST N 651-250-200 LEC 1 M 5:00- 7:50P GSEIS 111 HAY, V.A. 30 30 G 4.0243 HUMN-CMPTR INTERACT N 651-256-200 LEC 1 R 9:00-11:50A GSEIS 118 BORGMAN, C.L. 18 12 G 4.0272 SEM-LIBRY&INFO SCI N 651-367-200 SEM 1 R 3:00- 4:50P GSEIS 111 LIEVROUW, L.A. 25 30 SU 1.0- 2.0283 LEGAL RSRCH&BIBLIOG N 651-573-200 LEC 1 T 5:00- 7:50P GSEIS 121 SAUNDERS, M.J. 30 20 G 4.0287 ISSUES-LIB&INFO SCI N 651-586-200 SEM 1 R 5:00- 7:50P GSEIS 245 MAACK, M.N. 20 20 G 2.0- 4.0Library and Information Science 287: Portfolio Design and Professional Development289 INFO SRVC-CLTR DVRS N 651-575-200 LEC 1 W 8:30-11:50A GSEIS 245 CHU, C. 20 02 4.0290 RESEARCH METHODOLGY N 651-576-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 5:50P GSEIS 121 CHU, C. 30 09 4.0405 AUTOMATN-LIB PROCES N 651-629-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P GSEIS 111 BORGMAN, C.L. 35 15 G 4.0410 DESCRPTVE CATALOGNG N 651-636-200 LEC 1 M 11:00-12:50P GSEIS 121 LEAZER, G.H. 30 30 4.0441 THRY&PRAC-INFO PROS N 651-693-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A GSEIS 111 WALTER, V. 30 30 G 4.0651-693-201 LEC 2 W 5:00- 7:50P GSEIS 111 WALTER, V. 30 20 G 4.0466 STORYTELLING N 651-729-200 LEC 1 M 5:00- 7:50P GSEIS 121 SIERRA, J. 30 20 SU 4.0473 GOVERNMENT INFO N 651-747-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P GSEIS 121 RICHARDSON, J.V. 30 13 4.0486 PRESERV LIB MATERLS N 651-755-200 LEC 1 F 9:00- 2:50P GSEIS 121 OGDEN, S. 30 30 G 4.0498 INTERNSHIP N ----------- FLD 1 TBA BOTELLO, K.S. 30 30 0.0RESTRICT: LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE651-775-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 4:50P GSEIS 121 BOTELLO, K.S. 30 SU 4.0LIFE SCIENCESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Life Sciences 1 is part of the Life Sciences Core Curriculum, and is NOT open for credit for students with credit for former courses Biology 5 or 6. There are no prerequisites for Life Sciences1.There will be two midterm exams for both lecture sections on the following evenings at 5:00 p.m.: Monday, February 2, and Monday, February 23, 1998.For Life Sciences 1, there is a materials fee of $10.00 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.1 EVOLUTN&ECOL&BIODIV N ----------- LEC 1 $ 10 MWF 10:00-10:50A MOORE 100 ZIMMR-FAUST/JACKSN 300 21 G 4.0252-003-201 DEM 1A T 8:00- 9:50A LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-202 DEM 1B T 10:00-11:50A LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-203 DEM 1C T 12:00- 1:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-204 DEM 1D T 2:00- 3:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-205 DEM 1E T 4:00- 5:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-206 DEM 1F W 8:00- 9:50A LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-207 DEM 1G W 11:00-12:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-208 DEM 1H W 12:00- 1:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-209 DEM 1I W 2:00- 3:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-210 DEM 1J R 8:00- 9:50A LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-211 DEM 1K R 10:00-11:50A LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-212 DEM 1L R 12:00- 1:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-213 DEM 1M R 2:00- 3:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-214 DEM 1N R 4:00- 5:50P LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-215 DEM 1O F 11:00-12:50P LS 2109 20 0.0----------- LEC 2 $ 10 MWF 12:00-12:50P MOORE 100 ZIMMR-FAUST/JACKSN 300 21 G 4.0252-003-221 DEM 2A T 9:00-10:50A LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-222 DEM 2B T 11:00-12:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-223 DEM 2C T 1:00- 2:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-224 DEM 2D T 3:00- 4:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-225 DEM 2E T 5:00- 6:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-226 DEM 2F W 9:00-10:50A LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-227 DEM 2G W 10:00-11:50A LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-228 DEM 2H W 1:00- 2:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-229 DEM 2I W 3:00- 4:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-230 DEM 2J R 9:00-10:50A LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-231 DEM 2K R 11:00-12:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-232 DEM 2L R 1:00- 2:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-233 DEM 2M R 3:00- 4:50P LS 2125 20 0.0252-003-234 DEM 2N F 8:00- 9:50A LS 2109 20 0.0252-003-235 DEM 2O F 9:00-10:50A LS 2125 20 0.0Life Sciences 2 is part of the Life Sciences Core Curriculum. There are no prerequisites for Life Sciences 2.For lecture 1, there will be two midterm exams on the following Thursday evenings at 5:00 p.m.: February 5 and February 26, 1998.2 CELLS&TISSUES&ORGNS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MOORE 100 ARNOLD,A/COOPER,R 300 22 G 4.0252-006-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-202 DIS 1B T 9:30-10:50A MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-203 DIS 1C T 11:00-12:20P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-204 DIS 1D T 12:30- 1:50P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-205 DIS 1E T 2:00- 3:20P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-206 DIS 1F T 3:30- 4:50P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-207 DIS 1G W 10:00-11:20A GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-006-208 DIS 1H W 11:30-12:50P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-006-209 DIS 1I W 1:00- 2:20P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-006-210 DIS 1J W 2:30- 3:50P MS 3915H 20 0.0252-006-211 DIS 1K W 4:00- 5:20P MS 3915H 20 0.0252-006-212 DIS 1L R 8:00- 9:20A FRANZ 2288 20 0.0252-006-213 DIS 1M R 12:30- 1:50P FRANZ 2288 20 0.0252-006-214 DIS 1N R 2:00- 3:20P FRANZ 2288 20 0.0252-006-215 DIS 1O R 3:30- 4:50P FRANZ 2288 20 0.0For lecture 2, there will be two midterm exams on the following Tuesday evenings at 5:00 p.m.: February 3 and February 24, 1998.----------- LEC 2 TR 9:30-10:45A DODD 147 SIMMONS,D/PHELAN,J 300 22 G 4.0252-006-221 DIS 2A W 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-222 DIS 2B W 9:30-10:50A MS 3915G 20 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


100 / LIFE SCIENCES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS252-006-223 DIS 2C W 11:00-12:20P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-224 DIS 2D W 12:30- 1:50P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-225 DIS 2E W 2:00- 3:20P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-226 DIS 2F W 3:30- 4:50P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-227 DIS 2G R 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-228 DIS 2H R 11:00-12:20P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-229 DIS 2I R 12:30- 1:50P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-230 DIS 2J R 2:00- 3:20P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-231 DIS 2K R 3:30- 4:50P MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-232 DIS 2L F 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-233 DIS 2M F 9:30-10:50A MS 3915G 20 0.0252-006-234 DIS 2N F 10:00-11:20A LS 4127 20 0.0252-006-235 DIS 2O F 11:30-12:50P LS 4127 20 0.0Life Sciences 3 is part of the Life Sciences Core Curriculum and is NOT open for credit to students with credit for former courses Biology 9 or 100A.The prerequisites for Life Sciences 3 are Life Sci 2 and Chemistry 10C (Chemistry 10D may be taken concurrently); or Chemistry 11B and Chemistry 132A (may be taken concurrently); orChemistry 20B (Chemistry 30 may be taken concurrently).For lecture 1, there will be two midterm exams on the following Thursday evenings at 5:00 p.m.: February 5 and February 26, 1998.3 INTRO-MOLECULAR BIO Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P WGYOUNG CS50 LAKE,J/WEATHERWAX 300 23 G 4.0252-009-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 3:20P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-202 DIS 1B T 3:30- 4:50P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-203 DIS 1C W 8:00- 9:20A LS 4127 20 0.0252-009-204 DIS 1D W 9:30-10:50A LS 4127 20 0.0252-009-205 DIS 1E W 11:00-12:20P LS 4127 20 0.0252-009-206 DIS 1F W 2:30- 3:50P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-207 DIS 1G W 4:00- 5:20P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-208 DIS 1H R 8:00- 9:20A GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-209 DIS 1I R 9:30-10:50A GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-210 DIS 1J R 11:00-12:20P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-211 DIS 1K R 2:00- 3:20P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-212 DIS 1L R 3:30- 4:50P GEOLOGY 6704 20 0.0252-009-213 DIS 1M F 8:00- 9:20A SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-214 DIS 1N F 9:30-10:50A SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-215 DIS 1O F 11:00-12:20P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 9:00- 9:50A DODD 147 BOHMAN, R.E. 300 23 G 4.0252-009-221 DIS 2A T 8:00- 9:20A SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-222 DIS 2B T 9:30-10:50A SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-223 DIS 2C T 11:00-12:20P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-224 DIS 2D T 12:30- 1:50P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-225 DIS 2E T 2:00- 3:20P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-226 DIS 2F T 3:30- 4:50P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-227 DIS 2G W 12:30- 1:50P LS 4127 20 0.0252-009-228 DIS 2H W 2:00- 3:20P LS 4127 20 0.0252-009-229 DIS 2I W 3:30- 4:50P LS 4127 20 0.0252-009-230 DIS 2J R 8:00- 9:20A SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-231 DIS 2K R 9:30-10:50A SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-232 DIS 2L R 11:00-12:20P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-233 DIS 2M R 12:30- 1:50P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-234 DIS 2N R 2:00- 3:20P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0252-009-235 DIS 2O R 3:30- 4:50P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0Life Sciences 3H is for HONORS CREDIT. This is the only Life Sciences course offered this academic year for honors credit. The week one discussion section assignment is to read the firstarticle in the APS reader, THE MANIPULATION OF GENES.THIS ASSIGNMENT MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO THE FIRST DISCUSSION SECTION.IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Life Sciences 3H3H MOLECULAR BIOL-HNRS N Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:00- 5:20P LS 2142 GOLDBERG, R.B. 60 16 G 4.0Y 252-010-201 DIS 1A W 12:00- 1:50P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0Y 252-010-202 DIS 1B W 2:00- 3:50P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0Y 252-010-203 DIS 1C W 4:00- 5:50P SLICHTR 2834 20 0.0Life Sciences 4 is part of the Life Sciences Core Curriculum and is NOT open for credit to students with credit for former course Biology 108. The prerequisite for Life Sciences 4 is LifeSciences 3 or former course Biology 9.For lecture 1, there will be two midterm exams scheduled on the following Wednesday evenings at 5:00 p.m.: February 4 and February 25, 1998.4 GENETICS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A DODD 147 JOHNSON, L.M. 300 24 G 4.0252-012-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-202 DIS 1B T 9:30-10:50A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-203 DIS 1C T 11:00-12:20P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-204 DIS 1D T 12:30- 1:50P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-205 DIS 1E T 2:00- 3:20P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-206 DIS 1F T 3:30- 4:50P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-207 DIS 1G W 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-208 DIS 1H W 11:00-12:20P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-209 DIS 1I W 12:30- 1:50P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-210 DIS 1J F 11:00-12:20P MS 3915H 30 0.0For lecture 2, there will be two midterm exams scheduled on the following Wednesday evenings at 5:00 p.m.: February 4 and February 25, 1998.----------- LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A DODD 147 JOHNSON, L.M. 300 24 G 4.0252-012-221 DIS 2A W 9:30-10:50A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-222 DIS 2B R 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-223 DIS 2C R 9:30-10:50A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-224 DIS 2D R 11:00-12:20P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-225 DIS 2E R 12:30- 1:50P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-226 DIS 2F R 2:00- 3:20P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-227 DIS 2G R 3:30- 4:50P MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-228 DIS 2H F 8:00- 9:20A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-229 DIS 2I F 9:30-10:50A MS 3915H 30 0.0252-012-230 DIS 2J F 12:30- 1:50P MS 3915H 30 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 LINGUISTICS / 101CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSLINGUISTICSAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.African Languages1B ELEMENTARY SWAHILI Y 254-002-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3126 MATONDO, M.D. 25 06 4.02B INTERMEDIATE SWAHIL Y 254-005-200 LEC 1 TBA HINNEBUSCH, T.J. 15 30 4.07B ELEMENTARY ZULU Y 254-020-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 96 VILAKAZI, G.S. 25 06 4.08B INTERMEDIATE ZULU Y 254-023-200 LEC 1 TBA VILAKAZI, G.S. 15 30 4.041B ELEMENTARY HAUSA Y 254-124-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 82 GIMBA, A.M. 20 06 4.042B INTERMEDIATE HAUSA Y 254-127-200 LEC 1 TBA SCHUH, R.G. 15 30 4.097 STDS-AFRICAN LANG N 254-290-200 SEM 1 TBA SCHUH, R.G. 10 30 1.0- 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT103B ADVANCED SWAHILI N 254-350-200 LEC 1 TBA HINNEBUSCH, T.J. 10 30 4.0109B ADVANCED ZULU N 254-425-200 LEC 1 M 12:00- 1:50P CAMPBEL 2226 VILAKAZI, G.S. 15 30 4.0W 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 146143B ADVANCED HAUSA N 254-680-200 LEC 1 TBA SCHUH, R.G. 10 30 4.0Indigenous Languages of the Americas18B ELEMENTARY QUECHUA Y 255-022-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2181 DAZA, J.L. 20 06 4.0119B ADVANCED QUECHUA N 255-337-200 LEC 1 TBA DAZA, J.L. 10 30 4.0Linguistics1 INTR-STUDY-LANGUAGE N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 39 HYAMS, N.M. 360 12 4.0253-002-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1256 30 0.0253-002-202 DIS 1B R 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1264 30 0.0253-002-203 DIS 1C R 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2317 30 0.0253-002-204 DIS 1D TBA 30 0.0253-002-205 DIS 1E R 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2317 30 0.0253-002-206 DIS 1F TBA 30 0.0253-002-207 DIS 1G R 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1329 30 0.0253-002-208 DIS 1H R 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2242 30 0.0253-002-209 DIS 1I F 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2333 30 0.0253-002-210 DIS 1J F 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2319 30 0.0253-002-211 DIS 1K F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2333 30 0.0253-002-212 DIS 1L F 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3211 30 0.0253-002-213 DIS 1M R 2:00- 2:50P DANCE 103 HYAMS, N.M. 20 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT10 STRCTR-ENGLSH WORDS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P KINSEY 169 STOCKWELL, R.P. 120 13 4.0253-061-201 DIS 1A R 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1256 30 0.0253-061-202 DIS 1B R 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1343 30 0.0253-061-203 DIS 1C R 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 2018 30 0.0253-061-204 DIS 1D R 4:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2238 30 0.020 INTRO TO LINGUISTCS N ----------- LEC 1 T 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 2018 THE STAFF 80 15 4.0R 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1222253-090-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A DODD 178 20 0.0253-090-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A DODD 178 20 0.0253-090-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3112 20 0.0253-090-204 DIS 1D F 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3112 20 0.0103 INTRO-GEN PHONETICS N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P LS 2142 KEATING, P.A. 40 04 4.0253-334-201 DIS 1A W 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2106 10 0.0253-334-202 DIS 1B W 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3131 10 0.0253-334-203 DIS 1C R 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3106 10 0.0253-334-204 DIS 1D R 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3106 10 0.0C111 INTONATION Y 253-386-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3126 JUN, S. 30 15 G 4.0114 AMERICN INDIAN LING N 253-395-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A ROLFE 3126 MUNRO, P.L. 40 02 4.0120A PHONOLOGY I N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3164 HAYES, B.P. 40 15 4.0253-420-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3112 20 0.0253-420-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2325 20 0.0125 SEMANTICS N 253-453-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A ROLFE 3126 KEENAN, E.L. 40 12 4.0C130 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMNT N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3126 CURTISS, S.R. 30 13 G 4.0253-471-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3165 15 0.0253-471-202 DIS 1B F 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3165 15 0.0M146 LANGUAGE IN CULTURE Y 253-521-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 18 GOODWIN, M.H. 20 14 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M140160 FIELD METHODS N 253-556-200 DIS 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3123 MUNRO, P.L. 10 07 6.0165B SYNTAX II N 253-675-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3126 THE STAFF 40 04 4.0M176B STRUCTUR-JAPANESE 2 N 253-748-200 LEC 1 TBA IWASAKI, S. 20 20 4.0SAME AS : JAPANSE CM123C185A NTRL LANG PRCSNG I N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3164 STABLER, E.P. 20 04 4.0253-781-201 DIS 1A W 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 184 10 0.0253-781-202 DIS 1B W 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2106 10 0.0195 SENIOR ESSAY N 253-793-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED SCHUH, R.G. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT200B SYNTACTIC THEORY I N 653-011-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A CAMPBEL 2101K SPORTICHE, D.L. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS201 PHONOLGCL THEORY II N 653-024-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3126 STERIADE, D. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS202 LANGUAGE CHANGE N 653-046-200 LEC 1 T 11:00- 1:50P MS 5217 STOCKWELL, R.P. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS207 FORMAL SEMANTICS N 653-126-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3123 SZABOLCSI, A. 15 13 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADSC209A NTRL LANG PRCSNG I N 653-131-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3164 STABLER, E.P. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


102 / MANAGEMENT WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS210A FIELD METHODS I N 653-134-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P CAMPBEL 2101K KOOPMAN, H. 20 30 6.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADSC211 INTONATION N 653-139-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3126 JUN, S. 10 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS218 MATHEMATICL LING II N 653-151-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 2181 KEENAN, E.L. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADSC233 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMNT N 653-254-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3126 CURTISS, S.R. 10 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS252 TPC-SYNTAX&SEMANTCS N 653-389-201 SEM 2 MW 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3117 MAHAJAN, G. 20 30 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS254 TPCS IN LINGUISTICS N 653-405-200 SEM 1 TR 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3164 SCHUTZE, C.T. 20 30 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS260B SEM-PHONETICS N 653-434-200 SEM 1 M 4:00- 5:50P CAMPBEL 2101K JUN, S. 15 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS261B SEM IN PHONOLOGY N 653-439-200 SEM 1 T 4:00- 5:50P DODD 67 STERIADE, D. 15 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS262B SEM-SYNTAX&SEMANTCS N 653-458-200 SEM 1 F 2:00- 3:50P CAMPBEL 2226 SZABOLCSI, A. 15 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS275 LINGUISTIC COLLOQUM N 653-512-200 DIS 1 F 11:00- 1:50P DICKSON 3273 STOWELL, T.A. 10 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS276 LING COLLOQUIUM N 653-518-200 DIS 1 F 11:00- 1:50P DICKSON 3273 STOWELL, T.A. 50 30 SU 0.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 653-620-200 TUT 1 TBA STOWELL, T.A. 50 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS403 PRACTICAL PHONETICS N 653-704-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P LS 2142 KEATING, P.A. 10 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS411B RESEARCH ORIENTATN N 653-712-200 LEC 1 W 4:00- 5:30P BUNCHE 3123 STOWELL, T.A. 25 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADS422 PHONETIC DATA ANLY N 653-725-200 LAB 1 TBA KEATING, P.A. 20 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: LING,TESL,AP LING,ROM LING GRADSMANAGEMENTFor further information on the Anderson School, you may e-mail otha.stubblefield@anderson.ucla.edu or access the department homepage at http://www.anderson.ucla.edu via the Internet.1A ELEMENTARY ACCOUNTN N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P KORN C314 RAVETCH, D.S. 360 16 4.0RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE260-024-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3134 30 0.0260-024-202 DIS 1B W 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 122 30 0.0260-024-203 DIS 1C M 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 3105 30 0.0260-024-204 DIS 1D T 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 122 30 0.0260-024-205 DIS 1E M 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3105 30 0.0260-024-206 DIS 1F T 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 3105 30 0.0260-024-207 DIS 1G W 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 365 30 0.0260-024-208 DIS 1H M 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2126 30 0.0260-024-209 DIS 1I T 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3117 30 0.0260-024-210 DIS 1J R 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 122 30 0.0260-024-211 DIS 1K M 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 122 30 0.0260-024-212 DIS 1L M 12:00-12:50P MS 3915H 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 TR 10:00-11:50A KORN C314 GARDNER, J.A. 360 13 4.0RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE260-024-221 DIS 2A M 9:00- 9:50A MS 3915G 30 0.0260-024-222 DIS 2B TBA 30 0.0260-024-223 DIS 2C M 11:00-11:50A MS 3915H 30 0.0260-024-224 DIS 2D R 3:00- 3:50P MS 3915D 30 0.0260-024-225 DIS 2E T 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3105 30 0.0260-024-226 DIS 2F R 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3134 30 0.0260-024-227 DIS 2G M 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 122 30 0.0260-024-228 DIS 2H R 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2134 30 0.0260-024-229 DIS 2I R 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3126 30 0.0260-024-230 DIS 2J TBA 30 0.0260-024-231 DIS 2K M 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2126 30 0.0260-024-232 DIS 2L W 1:00- 1:50P MS 5127 30 0.01B ELEMENTARY ACCOUNTN Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P KORN C314 RAVETCH, D.S. 360 15 4.0RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE260-026-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 365 30 0.0260-026-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A LS 4127 30 0.0260-026-203 DIS 1C R 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 365 30 0.0260-026-204 DIS 1D M 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 3126 30 0.0260-026-205 DIS 1E M 1:00- 1:50P MS 5127 30 0.0260-026-206 DIS 1F W 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5419 30 0.0260-026-207 DIS 1G W 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 230 30 0.0260-026-208 DIS 1H M 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 6 30 0.0260-026-209 DIS 1I W 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3175 30 0.0260-026-210 DIS 1J W 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 6 30 0.0260-026-211 DIS 1K M 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3134 30 0.0260-026-212 DIS 1L M 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 2135 30 0.0107 BUSINESS COMMUNCTNS N 260-318-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A DANCE 105 DOYLE, S. 24 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEManagement 107 is limited to students admitted to the minor in accounting.108 BUSINESS LAW N 260-320-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P FREIXES, G. 75 15 4.0RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE260-320-201 LEC 2 TR 3:00- 4:50P FREIXES, G. 75 20 4.0RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE260-320-202 LEC 3 MW 10:00-11:50A GUERIN, J. 75 03 4.0RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVEOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MANAGEMENT / 103CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS120A INTRMED ACCNTING I N 260-491-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P LITT, D.S. 75 15 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-491-201 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 2270 SUSSMAN, E.H. 75 03 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-491-202 LEC 3 MW 3:00- 4:50P DICKSON 3273 SUSSMAN, E.H. 75 20 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-491-203 LEC 4 TR 1:00- 2:50P LITT, D.S. 0 15 4.0260-491-204 LEC 5 MW 10:00-11:50A PUB POL SUSSMAN, E.H. 0 03 4.0260-491-205 LEC 6 MW 3:00- 4:40P SUSSMAN, E.H. 0 08 4.0120B INTRMED ACCNTING II N 260-492-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN 1200B DAUBERMAN, M.E. 75 11 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-492-201 LEC 2 TR 10:00-11:50A LITT, D.S. 75 13 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-492-202 LEC 3 TR 8:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN DAUBERMAN, M.E. 0 11 4.0260-492-203 LEC 4 TR 10:00-11:50A LITT, D.S. 0 13 4.0122 COST ACCOUNTING N 260-509-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A DICKSON 3273 YOON, S. 75 01 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-509-201 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A DICKSON 3273 YOON, S. 75 03 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-509-202 LEC 3 MW 8:00- 9:50A DICKSON YOON, S. 0 01 4.0260-509-203 LEC 4 MW 10:00-11:50A DICKSON YOON, S. 0 03 4.0123 AUDITING Y 260-518-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P GARDNER, J.A. 75 16 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-518-201 LEC 2 TR 3:00- 4:50P GARDNER, J.A. 0 16 4.0124 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING Y 260-528-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P DICKSON 3273 FARRELL, J.B. 75 06 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-528-201 LEC 2 TR 8:00- 9:50A DODD 175 HOLL, E.F. 75 11 4.0260-528-202 LEC 3 MW 1:00- 2:50P DICKSON FARRELL, J.B. 0 06 4.0260-528-203 LEC 4 TR 8:00- 9:50A DODD HOLL, E.F. 0 11 4.0127A TAX PRINCIPLES&PLCY Y 260-539-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P GARDNER, J.A. 75 15 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-539-201 LEC 2 TR 1:00- 2:50P GARDNER, J.A. 0 15 4.0127B CORP&PARTNERSHP TAX Y 260-540-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P KLEIN, G.L. 75 06 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-540-201 LEC 2 MW 1:00- 2:50P KLEIN, G.L. 0 06 4.0130A BASIC MANAGR FINANC N 260-548-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P DICKSON 3273 LEVY, M. 75 30 4.0RESTRICT: MATH/APP, ECON BUSINESS, BUS-ECON260-548-201 LEC 2 TR 2:00- 3:15P DICKSON LEVY, M. 0 15 4.0Management 197, lecture 1: Evaluation of Financial Statement Information197 SPECIAL TOPICS-MGMT N 260-850-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P DANCE 105 FARRELL, J.B. 18 30 4.0Out-of-department doctoral students who wish to enroll in 200-299 courses may request a PTE number at the first class meeting.All other out-of-department students who meet the course prerequisites listed in the <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalogue should contact the Anderson Enrollment Manager, Otha Stubblefield, in B201Gold Hall.Please note that out-of-department students (except doctoral students) will be assessed a nonrefundable course materials fee of $50 per course for Anderson School courses. No accessto Anderson School Computing Labs will be available.201A BUSINESS FORECASTNG N 660-007-200 DIS 1 MW 9:00-10:20A CORNELL D307 LEAMER, E.E. 25 02 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS210C NTWK FLO&INTGR PROG N 660-052-200 DIS 1 W 2:00- 4:50P GOLD B312 AHMADI, R.H. 25 09 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE211A NONLINEAR MATH PROG N 660-055-200 DIS 1 TR 4:00- 5:20P GOLD B312 GRAVES, G.W. 10 16 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE212A DECISION SCI MDLS 1 N 660-058-200 LEC 1 MW 10:30-11:50A GOLD B312 ERLENKOTTER, D. 25 03 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE213C INTRO-MULTIVAR ANLY N 660-071-200 DIS 1 TR 9:00-10:20A GOLD B312 MORRISON, D.G. 25 12 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS218Y ISSUES-DECISION SCI N 660-094-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOFFRION, A.M. 10 30 T2 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT220A INTRM FNNC ACCTG I N 660-100-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:20P CORNELL D307 SUSSMAN, E.H. 46 06 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS220B INTRM FNNC ACCTG II N 660-102-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P GOLD B313 HUGHES, P.J. 45 15 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS222 COST ACCOUNTING N 660-109-200 LEC 1 MW 2:30- 3:50P CORNELL D307 HANSEN, S.C. 46 07 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS660-109-201 LEC 2 TR 2:30- 3:50P GOLD B313 HANSEN, S.C. 46 20 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS227A TAXATN PRNCPLS&PLCY N 660-154-200 LEC 1 MW 10:30-11:50A CORNELL D301 KLEIN, G.L. 65 03 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS227B TAXATN&BUSNS PLANNG N 660-156-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:20A CORNELL D301 KLEIN, G.L. 65 02 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS229Y ACCOUNTING WORKSHOP N 660-167-200 DIS 1 F 10:30-11:50A ENTRPNR C303 ABOODY, D. 25 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT230 THEORY OF FINANCE Y 660-169-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A GOLD B301 LEVY, M. 35 11 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS231D TAKEOVERS&RESTRUCTR N 660-189-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A CORNELL D307 KAHL, M. 40 11 4.0RESTRICT: FEMBA660-189-201 LEC 2 R 2:00- 4:50P CORNELL D307 WESTON, J.F. 40 16 4.0RESTRICT: FEMBA231E FINNC-EMERG ENTRPRS N 660-190-200 LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P COLLINS A301 COCKRUM, W.M. 70 20 4.0RESTRICT: FEMBA660-190-201 LEC 2 M 4:00- 6:50P COLLINS A301 COCKRUM, W.M. 72 20 4.0RESTRICT: FEMBA232D OPTION MARKETS N 660-198-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-11:50A CORNELL D310 LEDOIT, O. 35 02 4.0RESTRICT: FEMBA233B FINANCIAL INST N 660-203-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:20A CORNELL D310 WEIL, L. 35 12 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


104 / MANAGEMENT WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS234B MGMT-MULTINATL CORP N 660-208-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P CORNELL D310 CHOWDHRY, B. 35 16 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS239A EXCHGS UNDR UNCRNTY N 660-223-200 LEC 1 MW 2:30- 3:50P CORNELL D301 SANTA-CLARA, P. 35 07 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS239Y FINANCE WORKSHOP N 660-228-200 DIS 1 F 3:30- 4:50P GOLD B313 LEDOIT, O. 35 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT243Y OPRTN&TECH MGMT SEM N 660-267-200 SEM 1 F 3:00- 4:50P GOLD B312 AHMADI, R.H. 25 30 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT244Y RSCH-OPER&TECH MGMT N 660-273-200 LEC 1 TBA CORBETT, C.J. 25 30 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT247B MGMT IN ARTST DECIS N 660-285-200 LEC 1 W 7:00- 9:50P CORNELL D310 THE STAFF 24 23 4.0RESTRICT: ALL ANDERSON STUDENTS251 MNGNG HUMAN RESRCS N 660-298-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 4:50P CORNELL D313 FLAMHOLTZ, E.G. 35 08 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS258 INDUSTRIAL RELATION N 660-325-200 DIS 1 TBA PORTER, D.M. 15 30 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT259A INDIV&GRPS-HMN SSTM N 660-327-200 LEC 1 TBA CULBERT, S.A. 0 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT260B MARKTNG STRTGY&PLAN N 660-341-200 LEC 1 R 9:00-11:50A ENTRPNR C315 HANSSENS, D.M. 40 12 G 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS261A MGMT-DSTRBTN CHANNL N 660-345-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P CORNELL D307 SCOTT, C.A. 40 22 4.0RESTRICT: FEMBA263A CONSUMER BEHAVIOR N 660-353-200 DIS 1 MW 10:30-11:50A CORNELL D313 DROLET, A.L. 35 03 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS264A MKTG RSCH-DSGN&EVAL N 660-357-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:20A ENTRPNR C303 COOPER, L.G. 25 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS660-357-201 LEC 2 MW 1:00- 2:20P CORNELL D301 COOPER, L.G. 35 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS264B ADV MARKETING RSRCH N 660-360-200 DIS 1 R 1:30- 4:20P CORNELL D313 SIDDARTH, S. 35 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS266A PRODUCT MANAGEMENT N 660-371-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P ENTRPNR C315 SINHA, A.R. 35 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS269C QUANT RSRCH-MRKTNG N 660-384-200 DIS 1 M 9:00-11:50A CORNELL D312 BELL, D.R. 10 30 4.0269Y WORKSHOP-MARKETING N 660-389-200 DIS 1 TBA AAKER, J.L. 0 30 T2 1.0RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS271A INFO SYSTEMS TECH N 660-395-200 LEC 1 M 6:00- 8:50P CORNELL D301 LIENTZ, B.P. 45 21 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE271B NETWORKS-INFO SSTMS N 660-396-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:20P CORNELL D307 LIENTZ, B.P. 46 09 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE271C EMRGNT TECH-INFOSYS N 660-397-200 LEC 1 W 1:30- 4:20P ENTRPNR C315 FRAND, J.L. 35 06 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS274A TOPICS-INFO SYSTEMS N 660-400-200 DIS 1 M 6:00- 8:50P CORNELL D307 GREENBERGER, M. 24 21 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS274Y CRNT RSCH-INFO SYST N 660-405-200 DIS 1 R 4:00- 6:50P CORNELL D310 SWANSON, E.B. 30 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT285B MNGRL INTPRSNL COMM N 660-482-200 DIS 1 M 2:00- 4:50P ENTRPNR C303 PEI, M.C. 45 08 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS290 ORGANIZATION THEORY N 660-510-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P CORNELL D313 GOODMAN, R.A. 35 15 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS295B SMALL BUSINESS MGMT N 660-532-200 DIS 1 R 9:00-11:50A CORNELL D307 CARSRUD, A.L. 40 12 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSEnrollment in Management 296A is limited to second-year MBA students.296A INTNATL BUS MGMT N 660-534-200 DIS 1 TR 10:00-11:50A CORNELL D301 DE LA TORRE, J. 60 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT297B INTNATL BUS POLICY N 660-539-200 DIS 1 T 6:00- 8:50P CORNELL D313 SPICH, R.S. 46 22 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS298A TOPICS IN MGMT THRY N 660-544-200 DIS 1 R 2:00- 4:50P ENTRPNR MCKELVEY, W.W. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS298D SPEC TOPICS MANGMNT N 660-547-200 DIS 1 TR 10:30-11:50A CORNELL D310 BIKHCHANDANI, S. 35 13 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 1: Competition Market and Power660-547-201 DIS 2 T 6:00- 8:50P PUB POL DARBY, M.R. 35 22 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 2: Science, Technology, and Industrial Policy660-547-202 DIS 3 M 9:00-11:50A ENTRPNR C301 THE STAFF 40 01 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 289D, discussion 3: Managing Entrepreneurial Organizations660-547-203 DIS 4 W 2:00- 4:50P CORNELL D313 GOODMAN, R.A. 40 09 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 4: Technology and Strategy660-547-204 DIS 5 T 1:00- 3:50P ENTRPNR C303 BRENNER, L.A. 24 15 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 5: Managerial Decision-Making660-547-205 DIS 6 M 1:00- 3:50P ENTRPNR C315 GUERIN, J. 66 05 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 6: Business Law660-547-206 DIS 7 M 4:00- 6:50P CORNELL D310 SIGOLOFF, S.C. 46 08 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: ALL ANDERSON STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 7: Crisis Management660-547-207 DIS 8 R 2:00- 4:50P ENTRPNR C303 PORTER, D.M. 24 16 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 8: Managing Change in Organizations660-547-209 DIS 10 T 2:00- 4:50P ENTRPNR C315 YAMAWAKI, H. 35 15 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSManagement 298D, discussion 10: Entering the Japanese MarketOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING / 105CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS298Y MGMT STRATGY&POLICY N 660-549-200 DIS 1 F 3:00- 4:50P CORNELL D307 SAKAKIBARA, M. 30 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 660-590-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED HUGHES, P.J. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTManagement 408, 410, and 411 are required MBA courses. Enrollment is restricted to MBA students only; however, a very limited number of spaces may be available to interested Ph.D.students.Interested <strong>UCLA</strong> Ph.D. students may petition the Enrollment Manager, Otha Stubblefield, in B201 Gold Hall beginning th e FIRST DAY OF CLASSES for PTE numbers for these classes.Management 404 and 407 are elective courses and are handled as 200-level courses.404 INFORMATION SYSTEMS N 660-629-200 LEC 1 T 6:00- 8:50P CORNELL D310 MITCHELL, V.L. 46 22 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS407 MNAGERIAL MDL BLDNG N 660-649-200 LEC 1 MW 10:30-11:50A CORNELL D307 HERMAN, A.D. 46 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS660-649-201 LEC 2 MW 1:00- 2:20P CORNELL D310 HERMAN, A.D. 46 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTS408 MANAGERIAL FINANCE N 660-658-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P GOLD B313 BRENNAN, M.J. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-658-201 LEC 2 MW 3:00- 4:50P GOLD B313 SCHWARTZ, E.S. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-658-202 LEC 3 MW 1:00- 2:50P GOLD B301 FRANKS, J.R. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-658-203 LEC 4 MW 10:00-11:50A GOLD B313 BRENNAN, M.J. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-658-204 LEC 5 MW 10:00-11:50A GOLD B301 SCHWARTZ, E.S. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT410 OPRATNS&TCHNLG MGMT Y 660-669-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P CORNELL D301 CORBETT, C.J. 65 20 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-669-201 LEC 2 TR 10:00-11:50A CORNELL D313 RAJARAM, K. 65 20 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-669-202 LEC 3 TR 8:00- 9:50A ENTRPNR C301 CORBETT, C.J. 65 20 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-669-203 LEC 4 TR 10:00-11:50A GOLD B313 YOST, S.W. 65 20 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-669-204 LEC 5 TR 3:00- 4:50P CORNELL D301 RAJARAM, K. 65 20 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT411 ELEMNTS OF MARKETNG N 660-679-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A ENTRPNR C315 AAKER, J.L. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-679-201 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A ENTRPNR C315 AAKER, J.L. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-679-202 LEC 3 MW 8:00- 9:50A CORNELL D313 SIDDARTH, S. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-679-203 LEC 4 MW 3:00- 4:50P ENTRPNR C301 ZHANG, S. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT660-679-204 LEC 5 MW 1:00- 2:50P ENTRPNR C301 ZHANG, S. 65 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT413A PRSNL COMPTNG-MNGRS N 660-683-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P ENTRPNR C301 GEIS, G.T. 45 15 4.0RESTRICT: FULL-TIME MBA, MGMT MS/PHD STUDENTSMATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERINGFor more information on the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, consult the SEAS homepage at http://www.seas.ucla.edu via the Internet.14 SCIENCE-ENGR MATERL Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5249 LAN, E.H. 60 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI191-053-201 REC 1A F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 4413 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI191-053-202 REC 1B F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 4413 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI191-053-203 REC 1C F 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 4413 20 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI111 INTR-MTRLS CHRCTR B N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 4413 JOHNSON, S.E. 20 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI191-441-201 LAB 1A T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5514 JOHNSON, S.E. 10 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI191-441-202 LAB 1B R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5514 JOHNSON, S.E. 10 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI120 PHYSICS-MATERIALS Y 191-479-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5252 DUNN, B.S. 25 15 G 4.0122 ELCTRNC MTRLS PRCSS N 191-485-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 4283 GOORSKY, M.S. 25 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI131 DFSN&DFSN-CNTR REAC N 191-521-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 4283 TU, K. 25 13 G 4.0131L CONTROLLED REAC LAB N 191-522-200 LAB 1 F 1:00- 4:50P ENGR I 2025 TU, K. 15 07 G 2.0191-522-210 LAB 2 F 8:00-11:50A ENGR I 2025 TU, K. 12 03 G 2.0143A MECH BEHV-MATERIALS N 191-588-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5419 PRZYSTUPA, M.A. 35 14 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI150 INTRO TO POLYMERS N 191-690-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5252 YANG, Y. 25 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI161 PRCSNG-CERMCS&GLASS N 191-756-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5436 BESCHER, E.P. 25 14 G 4.0191L CMPTR MTHDS&INSTRMN N 191-940-200 LEC 1 F 1:00- 4:50P KINSEY 94 15 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGR, CHEMISTRY/MAT SCI201 PRINC-MATERIALS SCI N 595-006-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P MS 5217 ARDELL, A.J. 25 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS243A FRACTR-STRUCT MATRL Y 595-289-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5419 THE STAFF 25 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS246B STRUCTR&PROP-GLASS N 595-305-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P MS 6201 BESCHER, E.P. 25 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250A COMPOSITE MATERIALS N 595-350-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5436 YANG, J. 25 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


106 / MATHEMATICS WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS296 SEM-MATERIALS SCI N 595-576-201 SEM 1 M 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 6549 ARDELL, A.J. 0 01 SU 2.0595-576-202 SEM 2 M 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 6549 BUNSHAH, R.F. 0 01 SU 2.0595-576-203 SEM 3 M 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 6549 DUNN, B.S. 0 05 SU 2.0595-576-204 SEM 4 R 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 6549 GOORSKY, M.S. 0 16 SU 2.0595-576-205 SEM 5 R 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 6549 ONO, K. 0 12 SU 2.0595-576-206 SEM 6 F 9:00-10:50A BOELTER 6549 MACKENZIE, J.D. 0 03 SU 2.0595-576-207 SEM 7 T 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 6549 SINES, G.H. 0 15 SU 2.0595-576-208 SEM 8 W 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 6549 TU, K. 0 06 SU 2.0595-576-209 SEM 9 T 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 6549 YANG, J. 0 13 SU 2.0MATHEMATICSAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For more information on the Department of Mathematics, you may e-mail schedule@math.ucla.edu.Computing, Program inAfter the first week of classes, students may enroll in PIC courses only with permission to enroll obtained from the instructor.PIC 1 students are asked to bring a 3 1/2" high-density floppy disk (which may be purchased from the Students’ Store) to their first discussion period.1 COMPUTERS&COMPUTING N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1178 LIN, M.C. 240 02 4.0157-005-201 LAB 1A T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-202 LAB 1B W 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-203 LAB 1C T 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-204 LAB 1D F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-205 LAB 1E R 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-206 LAB 1F R 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-207 LAB 1G R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-208 LAB 1H W 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-209 LAB 1I F 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-210 LAB 1J T 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-211 LAB 1K W 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 2817 20 0.0157-005-212 LAB 1L W 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 2817 20 0.03 INTRO FORTRAN PRGRM N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5118 LIN, M.C. 35 07 5.0157-015-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P LS 2142 35 0.010A INTR TO PROGRAMMING N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 220 COOPER, R. 120 33 5.0157-050-201 DIS 1A TR 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3156 30 0.0157-050-202 DIS 1B TR 9:00- 9:50A MS 6229 30 0.0157-050-203 DIS 1C TR 12:00-12:50P MS 5118 30 0.0157-050-204 DIS 1D TR 12:00-12:50P MS 3915A 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 3400 STRONG, D. 120 33 5.0157-050-211 DIS 2A TR 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 329 30 0.0157-050-212 DIS 2B TR 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2178 30 0.0157-050-213 DIS 2C TR 11:00-11:50A MS 5137 30 0.0157-050-214 DIS 2D TR 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2232 30 0.0----------- LEC 3 MWF 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 3400 STRONG, D. 120 33 5.0157-050-221 DIS 3A TR 11:00-11:50A MS 3915A 30 0.0157-050-222 DIS 3B TR 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3143 30 0.0157-050-223 DIS 3C TR 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 230 30 0.0157-050-224 DIS 3D TR 1:00- 1:50P MS 5127 30 0.010B INTRMDT PROGRAMMING Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5200 SHINNERL, J.R. 120 33 5.0157-051-201 DIS 1A TR 9:00- 9:50A MS 3915D 30 0.0157-051-202 DIS 1B TR 9:00- 9:50A MS 5148 30 0.0157-051-203 DIS 1C TR 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 2258A 30 0.0157-051-204 DIS 1D TR 2:00- 2:50P MS 5137 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5200 SHINNERL, J.R. 120 33 5.0157-051-211 DIS 2A TR 9:00- 9:50A MS 6627 30 0.0157-051-212 DIS 2B TR 10:00-10:50A MS 5148 30 0.0157-051-213 DIS 2C TR 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 4645 30 0.0157-051-214 DIS 2D TR 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3211 30 0.010C ADVNCED PROGRAMMING Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 6229 FALCONE, A.J. 60 06 5.0157-052-201 DIS 1A TR 12:00-12:50P MS 6627 30 0.0157-052-202 DIS 1B TR 1:00- 1:50P MS 6201 30 0.015 LISP&SYMBOLC CMPTTN Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 3915A PEDERSEN, P.C. 35 02 5.0157-075-201 DIS 1A TR 9:00- 9:50A MS 3915A 35 0.020 PRGRM INTERNET-JAVA Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 247 PEDERSEN, P.C. 60 06 5.0157-101-201 DIS 1A TR 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 4645 30 0.0157-101-202 DIS 1B TR 2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 5272 30 0.060 DATA STRCTR&ALGRTHM Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5147 HERNEK, D. 35 04 4.0157-190-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A MS 5147 35 0.0197 ADV TPCS-PROGRAMMNG N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5147 FALCONE, A.J. 30 07 4.0PIC 197: The Internet from the Ground Up157-890-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P MS 5147 30 0.0375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 557-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED SCHONMANN, R. 10 20 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSMathematicsSTUDENTS ENROLLING IN MATH 1 MUST ATTEND THE FIRST LECTURE ON MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1998. Enrollment is contingent on taking and passing the Mathematics DiagnosticTest, to be given on Wednesday, November 12, 1997, 4-6 p.m., in WGYoung CS50.STUDENTS ENROLLING IN MATH 3A or 31A MUST ATTEND THE FIRST LECTURE ON MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1998. Enrollment is contingent on taking and passing the MathematicsDiagnostic Test, or passing Math with a grade of C- or better.The Mathematics Diagnostic Test will be given on Wednesday, November 12, 1997, 4-6 p.m., in WGYoung CS50.ADVANCED PLACEMENT CREDIT: Students with a score of 4 or 5 on the AP Calculus AB exam will receive 4.0 units of credit and Mathematics 31A equivalency. Students with a score of4 or 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam will receive 8.0 units ofcredit and Mathematics 31A and 31B equivalency. If you received a score of 3 on the AP Calculus AB or BC exam, you should consult with the Student Services Office in 6356 Math Sciencesprior to enrolling in a calculus at <strong>UCLA</strong>.Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MATHEMATICS / 107CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSFor Math 1, the Mathematics Diagnostic Test is required. Please see notes under Mathematics listing.1 PRECALCULUS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 169 MOJICA, Y.M. 120 02 4.0Mathematics 1 no longer satisfies the quantitative reasoning requirement.262-022-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5280 30 0.0262-022-202 DIS 1B T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5225 30 0.0262-022-203 DIS 1C R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5280 30 0.0262-022-204 DIS 1D R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5225 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 1240B MOJICA, Y.M. 90 06 4.0262-022-211 DIS 2A T 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 184 30 0.0262-022-212 DIS 2B R 1:00- 1:50P MS 6229 30 0.0262-022-213 DIS 2C R 2:00- 2:50P MS 5233 30 0.02 FINITE MATHEMATICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 1200 FEDKIW, R. 300 07 4.0262-052-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P MS 3915D 30 0.0262-052-202 DIS 1B T 2:00- 2:50P MS 6201 30 0.0262-052-203 DIS 1C T 2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 4645 30 0.0262-052-204 DIS 1D T 3:00- 3:50P MS 3915D 30 0.0262-052-205 DIS 1E T 3:00- 3:50P MS 5118 30 0.0262-052-206 DIS 1F R 2:00- 2:50P MS 3915D 30 0.0262-052-207 DIS 1G R 2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 4645 30 0.0262-052-208 DIS 1H R 2:00- 2:50P MS 6201 30 0.0262-052-209 DIS 1I R 3:00- 3:50P MS 5117 30 0.0262-052-210 DIS 1J R 3:00- 3:50P MS 5118 30 0.0For Math 3A, the Mathematics Diagnostic Test is required. Please see notes under Mathematics listing.Weekly quizzes are scheduled for 5-6 p.m. on Thursdays beginning January 22, 1998, in Moore 100.3A CALC LIFE SCI STDT Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A KNUDSEN 1220B COHEN, D. 125 01 4.0262-074-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5127 25 0.0262-074-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 8:50A MS 6229 25 0.0262-074-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5127 25 0.0262-074-204 DIS 1D R 8:00- 8:50A MS 6229 25 0.0262-074-205 DIS 1E R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5203 25 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 1200 GARNETT, J.B. 125 06 4.0262-074-211 DIS 2A T 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 230 25 0.0262-074-212 DIS 2B T 2:00- 2:50P MS 5127 25 0.0262-074-213 DIS 2C R 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 2258A 25 0.0262-074-214 DIS 2D R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5128 25 0.0262-074-215 DIS 2E R 2:00- 2:50P MS 5128 25 0.03B CALC LIFE SCI STDT Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A MS 4000A KEEL, M.R. 150 27 4.0262-083-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5148 30 0.0262-083-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 8:50A MS 6201 30 0.0262-083-203 DIS 1C T 8:00- 8:50A MS 6627 30 0.0262-083-204 DIS 1D R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5148 30 0.0262-083-205 DIS 1E R 8:00- 8:50A MS 6201 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 4000A KEEL, M.R. 150 27 4.0262-083-211 DIS 2A T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5128 30 0.0262-083-212 DIS 2B T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5137 30 0.0262-083-213 DIS 2C T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5127 30 0.0262-083-214 DIS 2D R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5233 30 0.0262-083-215 DIS 2E R 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5436 30 0.0----------- LEC 3 MWF 1:00- 1:50P LS 2147 DE SAPIO, R. 180 06 4.0262-083-221 DIS 3A T 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1264 30 0.0262-083-222 DIS 3B T 12:00-12:50P MS 6229 30 0.0262-083-223 DIS 3C T 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5422 30 0.0262-083-224 DIS 3D R 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5422 30 0.0262-083-225 DIS 3E R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5117 30 0.0262-083-226 DIS 3F R 11:00-11:50A MS 5148 30 0.03C CALC LIFE SCI STDT Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG CS76 PORT, S.C. 210 06 4.0262-089-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5148 30 0.0262-089-202 DIS 1B T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5233 30 0.0262-089-203 DIS 1C T 1:00- 1:50A MS 3915A 30 0.0262-089-204 DIS 1D R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5148 30 0.0262-089-205 DIS 1E R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5233 30 0.0262-089-206 DIS 1F R 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915A 30 0.0262-089-207 DIS 1G R 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2200 30 0.0For Math 31A, the Mathematics Diagnostic Test is required. Please see notes under Mathematics listing.31A CALC&ANALYTIC GEOM Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 4000A COHEN, D. 180 03 4.0262-181-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A MS 5127 30 0.0262-181-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A MS 6229 30 0.0262-181-203 DIS 1C T 10:00-10:50A MS 3915A 30 0.0262-181-204 DIS 1D R 10:00-10:50A MS 5127 30 0.0262-181-205 DIS 1E R 10:00-10:50A MS 6229 30 0.0262-181-206 DIS 1F R 10:00-10:50A MS 3915A 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 3:00- 3:50P LS 2147 CHAYES, L. 180 08 4.0262-181-211 DIS 2A T 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 365 30 0.0262-181-212 DIS 2B T 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5272 30 0.0262-181-213 DIS 2C T 3:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 4645 30 0.0262-181-214 DIS 2D R 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 365 30 0.0262-181-215 DIS 2E R 3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5272 30 0.0262-181-216 DIS 2F R 3:00- 3:50P MS 6229 30 0.0There will be two midterm exams for all lectures of Math 31B scheduled on the following Thursday evenings from 5-6:30 p.m.: February 12 and March 5.31B CALC&ANALYTIC GEOM Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A BOELTER 3400 SHAH, N. 150 32 4.0262-187-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5128 30 0.0262-187-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5137 30 0.0262-187-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5128 30 0.0262-187-204 DIS 1D R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5137 30 0.0262-187-205 DIS 1E R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5225 30 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


108 / MATHEMATICS WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS----------- LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A LS 2147 MESS, G. 180 32 4.0262-187-211 DIS 2A T 10:00-10:50A MS 5128 30 0.0262-187-212 DIS 2B T 10:00-10:50A MS 5137 30 0.0262-187-213 DIS 2C T 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3211 30 0.0262-187-214 DIS 2D R 10:00-10:50A MS 3915G 30 0.0262-187-215 DIS 2E R 10:00-10:50A MS 6201 30 0.0262-187-216 DIS 2F R 10:00-10:50A MS 5233 30 0.0----------- LEC 3 MWF 2:00- 2:50P LS 2147 MOOERS 180 32 4.0262-187-221 DIS 3A T 2:00- 2:50P MS 5117 30 0.0262-187-222 DIS 3B T 2:00- 2:50P MS 5118 30 0.0262-187-223 DIS 3C T 2:00- 2:50P MS 3915A 30 0.0262-187-224 DIS 3D R 2:00- 2:50P MS 3915A 30 0.0262-187-225 DIS 3E R 2:00- 2:50P MS 5147 30 0.0262-187-226 DIS 3F R 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2160 30 0.0----------- LEC 4 MWF 3:00- 3:50P MS 4000A BROWN, R.F. 150 32 4.0262-187-231 DIS 4A T 3:00- 3:50P MS 5128 30 0.0262-187-232 DIS 4B T 3:00- 3:50P MS 5138 30 0.0262-187-233 DIS 4C R 3:00- 3:50P MS 5128 30 0.0262-187-234 DIS 4D R 3:00- 3:50P MS 5138 30 0.0262-187-235 DIS 4E R 3:00- 3:50P MS 5127 30 0.031C INFINITE SERIES Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A MS 5200 TAO, T.C. 120 01 4.0262-188-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5117 30 0.0262-188-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5147 30 0.0262-188-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5117 30 0.0262-188-204 DIS 1D R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5147 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P DODD 121 SHLYAKHTENKO, D.Y. 150 05 4.0262-188-215 DIS 2A T 12:00-12:50P DODD 167 30 0.0262-188-211 DIS 2B T 11:00-11:50A MS 6201 30 0.0262-188-212 DIS 2C T 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 2258A 30 0.0262-188-213 DIS 2D R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5138 30 0.0262-188-214 DIS 2E R 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5280 30 0.0----------- LEC 3 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 4000A WHITE, J.H. 150 06 4.0262-188-221 DIS 3A T 12:00-12:50P MS 5128 30 0.0262-188-222 DIS 3B T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5118 30 0.0262-188-223 DIS 3C T 1:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 2018 30 0.0262-188-224 DIS 3D R 12:00-12:50P MS 5127 30 0.0262-188-225 DIS 3E R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5147 30 0.031CH INFINITE SERIES-HNR N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5128 DE SAPIO, R. 35 04 4.0262-195-201 DIS 1A R 11:00-11:50A MS 5117 35 0.031E CALCULUS-ECON STDTS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 3400 MOUNTFORD, T.S. 150 07 4.0262-200-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P MS 6229 30 0.0262-200-202 DIS 1B T 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 365 30 0.0262-200-203 DIS 1C T 3:00- 3:50P DODD 178 30 0.0262-200-204 DIS 1D R 2:00- 2:50P MS 5118 30 0.0262-200-205 DIS 1E R 3:00- 3:50P MS 3915A 30 0.032A CALC OF SEVRL VAR Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A HAINES 220 CESI, F. 150 03 4.0262-206-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5118 30 0.0262-206-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A MS 5118 30 0.0262-206-203 DIS 1C R 10:00-10:50A MS 6627 30 0.0262-206-204 DIS 1D R 10:00-10:50A MS 5117 30 0.0262-206-205 DIS 1E R 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 184 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P LS 2147 ROTHSCHILD, B.L. 150 05 4.0262-206-211 DIS 2A T 11:00-11:50A MS 5233 30 0.0262-206-212 DIS 2B T 12:00-12:50P MS 6201 30 0.0262-206-213 DIS 2C R 11:00-11:50A MS 5118 30 0.0262-206-214 DIS 2D R 11:00-11:50A MS 6229 30 0.0262-206-215 DIS 2E R 12:00-12:50P MS 5117 30 0.032AH CALC-SEVRL VAR-HNR Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 5147 GREENE, R.E. 35 06 4.0262-205-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5147 35 0.032AL CALCULUS COMPTR LAB Y 262-203-200 LAB 1 T 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2817 GIESEKER, D. 25 30 1.0262-203-201 LAB 2 R 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2817 GIESEKER, D. 25 30 1.032B CALC OF SEVRL VAR Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 220 THE STAFF 150 01 4.0262-211-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5118 30 0.0262-211-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5138 30 0.0262-211-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5118 30 0.0262-211-204 DIS 1D R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5138 30 0.0262-211-205 DIS 1E R 8:00- 8:50A MS 5233 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5200 URBAN, E.J. 90 05 4.0262-211-211 DIS 2A T 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5273 30 0.0262-211-212 DIS 2B R 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2200 30 0.0262-211-213 DIS 2C T 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 2258A 30 0.032BL CALCULUS COMPTR LAB Y 262-202-200 LAB 1 T 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 2817 GIESEKER, D. 25 30 1.033A MATRICES&DFFRNTL EQ Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5200 LI, B. 120 04 4.0262-215-201 DIS 1A TR 11:00-11:50A MS 5127 30 0.0262-215-202 DIS 1B TR 11:00-11:50A MS 5138 30 0.0262-215-203 DIS 1C TR 11:00-11:50A MS 5128 30 0.0262-215-204 DIS 1D TR 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 2258A 30 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 4000A MIECH, R.J. 150 05 4.0262-215-211 DIS 2A TR 12:00-12:50P MS 5137 30 0.0262-215-212 DIS 2B TR 12:00-12:50P MS 5233 30 0.0262-215-213 DIS 2C TR 12:00-12:50P MS 5147 30 0.0262-215-214 DIS 2D TR 12:00-12:50P MS 5148 30 0.0262-215-215 DIS 2E TR 12:00-12:50P DODD 146 30 0.033AL ALGBRA&DFRNTL EQ LB Y 262-219-200 LAB 1 M 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 2817 GIESEKER, D. 25 30 G 1.0Mathematics 38A and 38B may NOT be used to fulfill Letters and Science general education requirements.Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MATHEMATICS / 109CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS38B MATH-ELEMNTRY TCHRS Y 262-231-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:45A PUB POL 2319 KRIEGLER, S.S. 30 12 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT262-231-210 LEC 2 TR 11:00-12:45P PUB POL 2319 KRIEGLER, S.S. 30 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT61 DISCRETE STRUCTURES Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A KNUDSEN 1240B XU, F. 90 03 4.0262-268-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A MS 5138 30 0.0262-268-202 DIS 1B R 10:00-10:50A MS 5147 30 0.0262-268-203 DIS 1C R 11:00-11:50A MS 5147 30 0.0110B ALGEBRA Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5148 SCHACHER, M.M. 30 04 4.0262-348-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A MS 5148 30 0.0110BH ALGEBRA-HONORS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5233 ROGAWSKI, J.D. 25 07 4.0262-354-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P MS 5233 25 0.0113 COMBINATORICS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 6627 CHEN, X. 35 03 4.0262-382-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A MS 6627 35 0.0115A LINEAR ALGEBRA N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5117 ENDERTON, H.B. 35 02 4.0262-398-201 DIS 1A R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5117 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5128 MERKURJEV, A.S. 35 03 4.0262-398-211 DIS 2A R 10:00-10:50A MS 5128 35 0.0----------- LEC 3 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5117 MESS, G. 35 05 4.0262-398-221 DIS 3A T 12:00-12:50P MS 5117 35 0.0----------- LEC 4 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5128 SHLYAKHTENKO, D.Y. 35 07 4.0262-398-231 DIS 4A T 2:00- 2:50P MS 5128 35 0.0117 ALGEBRA-APPLICATNS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5118 MUNOZ-GARCIA, E. 35 02 4.0262-400-201 DIS 1A R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5118 35 0.0120B DIFFERENTIAL GEOM Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 6201 WHITE, J.H. 30 04 4.0262-408-201 DIS 1A R 11:00-11:50A MS 6201 30 0.0123 FNDATNS OF GEOMETRY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5117 ROTHSCHILD, B.L. 35 07 4.0262-420-201 DIS 1A R 2:00- 2:50P MS 5117 35 0.0131A ANALYSIS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 6627 CHAYES, L. 35 06 4.0262-447-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 6627 35 0.0131B ANALYSIS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5233 HJORTH, G. 30 02 4.0262-457-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5233 30 0.0131BH ANALYSIS-HONORS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 6201 ESKIN, G. 30 05 4.0262-458-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P MS 6201 30 0.0132 CMPLX ANLY-APLICTNS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5138 MOSCHOVAKIS, Y.N. 35 02 4.0262-469-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5138 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5128 THE STAFF 35 05 4.0262-469-211 DIS 2A R 12:00-12:50P MS 5128 35 0.0135A ORDNRY DFRNTL EQTNS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5147 VARADARAJAN, V.S. 35 02 4.0262-480-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A MS 5147 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5138 RALSTON JR, J.V. 35 03 4.0262-480-211 DIS 2A R 10:00-10:50A MS 5138 35 0.0135B ORDNRY DFRNTL EQTNS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5127 GAMELIN, T.W. 35 02 4.0262-481-201 DIS 1A R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5127 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5127 ROBERTS, P.H. 35 07 4.0262-481-211 DIS 2A R 2:00- 2:50P MS 5127 35 0.0Math 141A and 141B have been renumbered to Math 151A and 151B.142 MATHEMTCL MODELING Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 5118 ENGQUIST, B.E. 35 06 4.0262-513-201 DIS 1A R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5118 35 0.0149 MATH-CMPTR GRAPHICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5233 BAKER, K.A. 30 04 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT262-538-201 DIS 1A R 11:00-11:50A MS 5233 30 0.0Math 144 has been renumbered to Math 164.Math 147 has been renumbered to Math 167.Math 150B has been renumbered to Math 170B.151A APPLD NUMRICL MTHDS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5137 FATTORINI, H.O. 35 02 G 4.0262-564-201 DIS 1A R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5137 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5117 JONSSON, E.A. 35 04 G 4.0262-564-211 DIS 2A T 11:00-11:50A MS 5117 35 0.0151B APPLD NUMRICL MTHDS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5118 GROSSMAN, N. 35 04 G 4.0262-565-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A MS 5118 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 5117 THE STAFF 35 06 G 4.0262-565-211 DIS 2A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5117 35 0.0153 NUMC MTHDS FOR PDES Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 6201 KREISS, H. 25 03 G 4.0262-561-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A MS 6201 25 0.0164 LINEAR PROGRAMMING Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915D CHEN, X. 35 06 4.0262-628-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 6229 35 0.0167 GAME THEORY Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 6229 THE STAFF 35 05 4.0262-646-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P MS 6229 35 0.0170B PROBABILITY THEORY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5233 SHAH, N. 25 03 4.0262-661-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A MS 5233 25 0.0205B NUMBER THEORY N 662-014-200 LEC 1 MWF 3:00- 3:50P MS 6201 ELMAN, R.S. 25 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS210B ALGEBRA N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 6229 SCHACHER, M.M. 40 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-026-201 DIS 1A R 2:00- 2:50P MS 6229 40 0.0214A INTR-ALGEBRAIC GEOM N 662-042-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5148 GIESEKER, D. 30 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS215A COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA N 662-047-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5233 BLASIUS, D.M. 25 05 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS216 TPCS-ALGEBRAIC GEOM N 662-049-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5127 GREEN, M.L. 35 04 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM217 GEOMETRY & PHYSICS N 662-050-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:30P MS 5147 D’HOKER, E. 15 08 SU 4.0SAME AS : PHYSICS M236Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


110 / MATHEMATICS WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS220B MATH LOGIC&SET THRY Y 662-052-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 7608 MARTIN, D.A. 20 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS225B INTR-ALGEBRC TOPLGY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 5137 EDWARDS, R.D. 35 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-118-201 DIS 1A R 1:00- 1:50P MS 5137 35 0.0226A DIFFERENT GEOMETRY N 662-120-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5138 PETERSEN, P. 35 04 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS229B LIE GRPS&LIE ALGEBR N 662-135-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5127 VARADARAJAN, V.S. 35 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS238B DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS N 662-184-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 5137 PEREZ-MARCO, R. 35 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS245B REAL ANALYSIS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 6229 TAKESAKI, M. 40 02 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-192-201 DIS 1A T 3:00- 3:50P MS 6229 40 0.0246B COMPLEX ANALYSIS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 5137 GREENE, R.E. 40 04 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-197-201 DIS 1A R 3:00- 3:50P MS 5137 40 0.0247A CLSSCL FOURIER ANLY N 662-201-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 6201 GARNETT, J.B. 30 02 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS251B TOPC-PARTL DIFF EQN N 662-244-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:30P MS 5127 CHANG, S.A. 30 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS259B OPER ALG-HILB SPACE N 662-285-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 6201 EFFROS, E.G. 30 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS266B APPL PART DIF EQUAT N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:45- 3:00P MS 5138 CAFLISCH, R.E. 35 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-327-201 DIS 1A F 2:00- 2:50P MS 5138 35 0.0266D APPLD DFFRNTL EQTNS N 662-329-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P MS 5148 KREISS, H. 30 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS269B ADV NUMERICAL ANLY Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:15P MS 5138 ENGQUIST, B.E. 35 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-353-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P MS 5138 35 0.0270B MATH-SCNTFC CMPUTNG Y 662-365-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:15P MS 5138 GU, M. 35 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS270D MATH-SCNTFC CMPUTNG Y 662-359-200 LEC 1 MW 2:30- 3:45P MS 5138 OSHER, S.J. 35 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS274B PERTURBATION METHDS N 662-371-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P MS 5138 SHE, Z. 35 14 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS275A PROBABILITY THEORY N 662-377-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5148 MOUNTFORD, T.S. 30 05 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS276B STATISTICAL THEORY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5118 WONG, W.H. 35 03 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-390-201 DIS 1A R 10:00-10:50A MS 5118 35 0.0277 DATA ANALYSIS N 662-419-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 6201 LI, K.C. 25 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS278E EVAL&SURVY ANALYSIS Y 662-420-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 6704 BERK, R.A. 15 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM278H EVENT HISTORY ANLY N 662-433-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 144 MASON, W.M. 5 16 4.0SAME AS : SOCIOL M286RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM279B LINR STATSTCL MDLS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P HLTHSCI 51279 CUMBERLAND, W.G. 5 05 4.0SAME AS : BIOSTAT M250BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS662-429-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P HLTHSCI 51279 5 0.0285B SEM-NUMBER THEORY N 662-442-200 SEM 1 TBA MS HIDA, H. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS285D SEMINAR IN LOGIC N 662-448-200 SEM 1 TBA MS HJORTH, G. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS285G SEMINAR IN ANALYSIS N 662-457-200 SEM 1 TBA MS RALSTON JR, J.V. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS285H SEM-DIFFRNTL EQUATN N 662-460-200 SEM 1 TBA MS COOPER, R. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS285J SEM-APPLIED MATH N 662-466-200 SEM 1 TBA MS TADMOR, E.A. 20 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS290 SEM-CURRENT LIT N 662-488-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 4:50P MS 5117 DE LEEUW, J. 0 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS330 MATH&SCI INSTRUCTN N 262-930-200 SEM 1 TBA MOJICA, Y.M. 20 15 SU 1.0- 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT370A TEACHING OF MATH N 262-971-200 LEC 1 W 4:00- 8:50P MS 3974 CURTIS JR, P.C. 30 09 4.0375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 662-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED SCHONMANN, R. 100 20 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSStatistics50 ELEMENTRY STATISTIC N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A LS 2147 YLVISAKER, N.D. 120 01 4.0263-250-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915A 35 0.0263-250-202 DIS 1B T 8:00- 8:50A MS 5233 35 0.0263-250-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A MS 3915A 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 9:00- 9:50A LS 2147 ZHOU, Z. 120 02 4.0263-250-211 DIS 2A T 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5436 35 0.0263-250-212 DIS 2B T 9:00- 9:50A MS 6201 35 0.0263-250-213 DIS 2C R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5147 35 0.0----------- LEC 3 MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 1200 COCHRAN, S.D. 120 04 4.0263-250-221 DIS 3A T 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3150 35 0.0263-250-222 DIS 3B R 10:00-10:50A MS 5137 35 0.0263-250-223 DIS 3C R 11:00-11:50A MS 6627 35 0.0----------- LEC 4 MWF 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 3400 GOULD, R.L. 120 05 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING / 111CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS263-250-231 DIS 4A T 11:00-11:50A MS 6627 35 0.0263-250-232 DIS 4B T 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5272 35 0.0263-250-233 DIS 4C R 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5264 35 0.0----------- LEC 5 MWF 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 1209B THE STAFF 120 06 4.0263-250-241 DIS 5A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5137 35 0.0263-250-242 DIS 5B R 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5273 35 0.0263-250-243 DIS 5C R 2:00- 2:50P LS 2142 35 0.0----------- LEC 6 MWF 3:00- 3:50P MS 5200 120 08 4.0263-250-251 DIS 6A T 3:00- 3:50P MS 5147 35 0.0263-250-252 DIS 6B T 3:00- 3:50P MS 5127 35 0.0263-250-253 DIS 6C R 3:00- 3:50P MS 5147 35 0.0152B STATISTICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5147 REINERT, G.D. 35 03 4.0263-555-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A MS 5147 35 0.0M153B INTR-COMPTATNL STAT N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 5127 JENNRICH, R.I. 30 05 4.0SAME AS : BIOMATH M153B, BIOSTAT M153B263-560-201 DIS 1A T 12:00-12:50P MS 5127 30 0.0154A STATISTICS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P MS 5128 ZHOU, Z. 35 06 4.0263-564-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P MS 5128 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5117 THE STAFF 35 03 4.0263-564-211 DIS 2A T 10:00-10:50A MS 5117 35 0.0----------- LEC 3 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 6229 LI, K.C. 35 04 4.0263-564-221 DIS 3A T 11:00-11:50A MS 6229 35 0.0154B STATISTICS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MS 5128 WOLF, M. 35 02 4.0263-565-201 DIS 1A R 9:00- 9:50A MS 5128 35 0.0MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERINGFor more information on the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, consult the SEAS homepage at http://www.seas.ucla.edu via the Internet.20 FORTRAN PROGRAMMING Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:30P BOELTER 2760 PAUL, M.R. 40 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-060-201 LAB 1A T 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5436 PAUL, M.R. 40 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS102 MECH-PRTCL&RIGD BOD N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5249 GUPTA, V. 60 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-312-201 REC 1A M 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5436 SHIH, J. 35 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-312-202 REC 1B W 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5436 SHIH, J. 35 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS103 ELEM FLUID MECHANIC N ----------- LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2760 KELLY, R.E. 50 16 G 4.0210-318-201 REC 1A F 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5280 ULMANELLA, U. 25 0.0210-318-202 REC 1B T 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5264 ULMANELLA, U. 25 0.0M105A INT-ENGR THERMODYNC N ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2444 FREDERKING, T.H. 10 09 G 4.0SAME AS : CHM ENG M105ARESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-330-201 REC 1A F 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5440 10 0.0----------- LEC 2 TR 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5249 ABDOU, M.A. 50 14 G 4.0210-330-211 REC 2A F 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 220 BANERJEE, D. 50 0.0105D TRANSPORT PHENOMENA Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5440 ISSACCI, F. 50 01 G 4.0210-333-201 REC 1A F 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5280 RAMANUJAPU, N.K. 25 0.0210-333-202 REC 1B R 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5264 RAMANUJAPU, N.K. 25 0.0132A MASS TRANSFER Y 210-492-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 4283 MILLS, A.F. 20 11 G 4.0133AL PWR CNVRSN THRMODYN Y 210-499-200 LAB 1 MW 2:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5422 CATTON, I. 20 07 G 4.0150A INTRMD FLUID MCHNCS Y 210-600-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5440 MEECHAM, W.C. 50 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS154A PRELM DSGN-AIRCRAFT N 210-624-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5273 BENDIKSEN, O.O. 25 03 G 4.0156B INTRO TO ELASTICITY Y 210-637-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5419 THE STAFF 25 15 G 4.0157 BASIC MECH ENGR LAB Y 210-642-200 LAB 1 MW 2:00- 5:50P ENGR IV 43116 SMITH, O.I. 0 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-642-210 LAB 2 TR 2:00- 5:50P ENGR IV 43116 CHARWAT, A.F. 0 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS161B INTRO TO SPACE TECH N 210-667-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5264 AARON, K.M. 30 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS161D SPACE TCH HDWR DSGN N ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 4413 MEYER, R.X. 15 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-669-201 LAB 1A M 5:00- 6:50P BOELTER 4413 15 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS162B MECHANCL PRDCT DSGN Y 210-673-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 5:50P ENGR IV 44116 SHAH, R. 20 08 G 4.0210-673-210 LEC 2 T 2:00- 5:50P ENGR IV 44116 SHAH, R. 20 15 G 4.0162M SENR MECH ENGR DSGN Y 210-677-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 5:50P ENGR IV 44116 YANG, D.C. 0 09 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS166C DSGN-COMPOSIT STRUC N 210-698-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5252 THE STAFF 20 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS169A INTRO MECH VIBRATNS Y 210-714-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2760 CHATTERJEE, A.K. 60 01 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS171A DYNAM SYS CNTRL I N ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2444 SPEYER, J.L. 50 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-726-201 REC 1A F 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5440 MUTUEL, L. 50 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS172 CNTRL SSTM DSGN LAB Y 210-732-200 LAB 1 MW 2:00- 5:50P ENGR IV 33146 M’CLOSKEY, R.T. 0 07 G 4.0191A COMPLEX ANALYSIS N 210-846-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5249 POMRANING, G.C. 40 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS192A MATHEMATICS OF ENGR N ----------- LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 3400 POMRANING, G.C. 100 09 G 4.0210-852-201 REC 1A F 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2444 KORKMAZ, Y. 50 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


112 / MEDICINE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS210-852-202 REC 1B F 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2444 KORKMAZ, Y. 50 0.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS194 INTRO-CAD/CAM SSTMS Y 210-864-200 LAB 1 F 1:00- 4:50P ENGR IV 38138 CHANG, C.J. 25 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS210-864-201 LAB 2 MW 10:00-11:50A ENGR IV 38138 CHANG, C.J. 25 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: UG SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS231A CONVCT HEAT TRANSFR Y 610-186-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BOELTER 5252 MILLS, A.F. 15 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS231C BOILING&CNDENSATION N 610-188-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 289 DHIR, V.K. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS239B TRANSPORT PHENOMENA N 610-235-200 SEM 1 W 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 94 KARAGOZIAN, A.R. 15 09 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS239H FUSN PHYS&ENGR&TECH N 610-239-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 94 ABDOU, M.A. 15 09 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250B VISC&TURBULENT FLOW N 610-301-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5252 KIM, J.J. 20 01 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS252C FLUID MECH-COMBUSTN N 610-314-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P MS 5225 KARAGOZIAN, A.R. 20 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS254A SPCL TPCS-AERODYNAM N 610-324-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5273 ZHONG, X. 15 11 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS255A ADVANCED DYNAMICS N 610-330-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 96 MINGORI, D.L. 20 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM256B ELASTICITY N 610-337-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P MS 5217 CARMAN, G.P. 15 07 G 4.0SAME AS : C&EE M230RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM257A ELASTODYNAMICS N 610-342-200 LEC 1 TBA GEOLOGY MAL, A.K. 20 20 G 4.0SAME AS : E&S SCI M224ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS260 CRNT TPCS-MECH ENGR N 610-360-201 SEM 1 M 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2150 CARMAN, G.P. 15 05 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-202 SEM 2 W 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 2319 CATTON, I. 15 02 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-203 SEM 3 M 12:00- 1:50P HAINES 110 CHEN, G. 15 05 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-204 SEM 4 T 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 94 GIBSON, J.S. 15 13 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-205 SEM 5 R 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 94 GUPTA, V. 15 14 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-206 SEM 6 M 12:00- 1:50P SLICHTR 2834 HAHN, H.T. 15 05 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-207 SEM 7 M 10:00-11:50A HAINES 110 HO, C. 15 01 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-208 SEM 8 W 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5420 KIM, J.J. 15 09 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-209 SEM 9 M 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 94 SPEYER, J.L. 15 08 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-360-210 SEM 10 TBA ZHONG, X. 15 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS261B FINITE ELEMNTS MTHD N 610-367-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5273 ATLURI, S.N. 15 01 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM269A DYNAMICS-STRUCTURES N 610-414-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5264 FRIEDMANN, P.P. 30 09 4.0SAME AS : C&EE M237ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS270B LINEAR OPTIML CNTRL N 610-421-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 4413 GIBSON, J.S. 15 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS280L MEMS LABORATORY Y ----------- LEC 1 M 1:00- 1:50P MS 5217 KIM, C. 20 05 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-481-201 LAB 1A MW 2:00- 4:50P ENGR IV 18132 KIM, C. 20 0.0281 MICROSCIENCES Y 610-486-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5272 HO, C. 20 07 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS293 QUALITY-DSGN&MNFCTR N 610-558-200 LEC 1 TBA CHANG, C.J. 15 20 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS296B THRMOCHM PRCS-MTRLS N 610-577-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P MOORE 1003 LAVINE, A.G. 15 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298 SEM-ENGINEERING N 610-588-201 SEM 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5273 THE STAFF 15 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS610-588-202 SEM 2 TR 10:00-11:50A DANCE 122 THE STAFF 15 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 610-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED DHIR, V.K. 25 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSMEDICINEYou may access the departmental section of the latest edition of the online <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog by clicking on the department name above.M190A AT-RISK POPULATIONS N ----------- LEC 1 0 30 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M192A264-840-201 DIS 1A 0 0.0M190B HLTH OUTREACH ISSUE N ----------- DIS 1 0 30 2.0/ 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M192B264-841-201 FLD 1A 0 0.0MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGYCM133 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 272-498-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM133, BMEDPHY CM133, CHEM CM133, CHM ENG CM133, MCD BIO CM133, MICROB CM133Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS / 113CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSM227 BACTERIA AND PHAGE N 672-162-200 LEC 1 MWRF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2200 GOBER, J.W. 30 02 G 4.0SAME AS : CHEM M227, MCD BIO CM207, MICROB M227RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM229 HOST/PATHGN INTERAC N ----------- LEC 1 MTWR 10:00-10:50A HLTHSCI JOHNSON, P.J. 36 03 G 6.0SAME AS : MCD BIO M229, MICROB M229RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS672-174-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-11:30A HLTHSCI 43130 JOHNSON, P.J. 18 0.0672-174-202 DIS 1B F 1:00- 2:30P HLTHSCI 43130 JOHNSON, P.J. 18 0.0CM233 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 672-198-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 10 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM233, BMEDPHY CM233, CHEM CM233, CHM ENG CM233, MCD BIO CM233, MICROB CM233RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM262A IMMUNOBIOLGY-CANCER N 672-373-200 SEM 1 T 4:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 43130 BONAVIDA, B. 30 30 2.0SAME AS : MICROB M262ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM275 THE BIOLOGY OF HIV N 672-450-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 61269 GIORGI, J.V. 10 03 G 4.0SAME AS : EPIDEM M228RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSMICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICSAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 6 will have an evening midterm on Wednesday, February 4, 1997, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.Students taking Microbiology 6 may attend any of the discussions sections, regardless of the section in which they are enrolled.6 INTRO MICROBIOLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 1178 ROBINSON, R.W. 270 05 4.0270-015-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A BOTANY 325 110 0.0270-015-202 DIS 1B W 3:00- 3:50P BOTANY 325 110 0.0270-015-203 DIS 1C F 11:00-11:50A BOTANY 325 110 0.07 DEVELOPMNTS-BIOTECH N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1260 100 07 4.0270-019-201 DEM 1A TBA 34 0.0270-019-202 DEM 1B TBA 33 0.0270-019-203 DEM 1C TBA 33 0.098T GENETIC ENGR-21ST C N 270-290-200 SEM 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P GEOLOGY 6704 ZEILER, B.N. 18 14 G 4.0Courses 102 and 102L are restricted on first pass to Microbiology and Molecular Genetics majors. All other majors may enroll on second pass. Prerequisites for 102 and 102L are Biology100A and 108 or Life Sciences 3 and 4.Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 102 will have two evening midterms.102 INTRO VIROLOGY Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A WITTE, O.N. 300 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: PRE-MICROB/MOL GEN, MICROB/MOL GEN270-320-201 DIS 1A M 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 4660 50 0.0270-320-202 DIS 1B M 3:00- 3:50P LS 2142 50 0.0270-320-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 4:50P GEOLOGY 3656 50 0.0270-320-204 DIS 1D T 9:00- 9:50A 50 0.0270-320-205 DIS 1E W 1:00- 1:50P LS 2142 50 0.0270-320-206 DIS 1F W 2:00- 2:50P LS 2142 50 0.0Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 102L will have 2 evening exams: a midterm on Tuesday, February 17, 5-6:30 p.m., and a final on Friday, March 20, 5-7 p.m.Attendance at your first lab meeting is mandatory. If you do not attend, your space will be reassigned and you will have to drop the course through URSA.For Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 102L, there is a $45 materials fee.102L VIROLOGY LAB Y Y ----------- DIS 1 $ 45 M 1:00- 1:50P MS 5200 BERK, A.J. 110 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: PRE-MICROB/MOL GEN, MICROB/MOL GENY 270-321-201 LAB 1A TR 10:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 3340 22 0.0Y 270-321-202 LAB 1B TR 10:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 3370 22 0.0Y 270-321-203 LAB 1C TR 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3340 22 0.0Y 270-321-204 LAB 1D TR 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3370 22 0.0Y 270-321-205 LAB 1E TR 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 3340 22 0.0Y ----------- DIS 2 $ 45 M 2:00- 2:50P MS 5200 BERK, A.J. 110 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: PRE-MICROB/MOL GEN, MICROB/MOL GENY 270-321-211 LAB 2A TR 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 3370 22 0.0Y 270-321-212 LAB 2B WF 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3340 22 0.0Y 270-321-213 LAB 2C WF 12:00- 1:50P WGYOUNG 3370 22 0.0Y 270-321-214 LAB 2D WF 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 3340 22 0.0Y 270-321-215 LAB 2E WF 2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 3370 22 0.0CM133 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 270-505-200 LEC 1 T 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0W 4:00- 5:50P BOTANY 325SAME AS : BIOL CH CM133, BMEDPHY CM133, CHEM CM133, CHM ENG CM133, MCD BIO CM133, MIC&IMM CM133There will be 2 evening midterms for Microbiology and Molecular Genetics C159: Monday, February 2, 5:00-7:00 p.m.; Friday, February 13, 5:00-7:00 p.m.C159 ADV MOLEC GENETICS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A FOWLER A103B SIMONS, R.W. 224 04 G 5.0270-640-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 3656 28 0.0270-640-202 DIS 1B T 10:00-10:50A BOTANY 325 28 0.0270-640-203 DIS 1C T 9:00- 9:50A LS 4127 28 0.0270-640-204 DIS 1D F 9:00- 9:50A LS 4127 28 0.0270-640-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 3656 28 0.0270-640-206 DIS 1F T 12:00-12:50P LS 4127 28 0.0270-640-207 DIS 1G R 9:00- 9:50A BOTANY 325 28 0.0270-640-208 DIS 1H R 10:00-10:50A BOTANY 325 28 0.0270-640-209 DIS 1I TBA MILLER, J.H. 20 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTDiscussion 1I will be an honors section. The instructor will provide details on the first day of class.Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 195 is an honors seminar restricted to students who are participating in the departmental honors program.195 PROSEMINAR N 270-860-200 SEM 1 TBA THE STAFF 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM227 BACTERIA AND PHAGE N 670-212-200 LEC 1 MWRF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2200 GOBER, J.W. 5 02 G 4.0SAME AS : CHEM M227, MCD BIO CM207, MIC&IMM M227RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


114 / MILITARY SCIENCE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSM229 HOST/PATHGN INTERAC N ----------- LEC 1 MTWR 10:00-10:50A HLTHSCI JOHNSON, P.J. 4 03 G 6.0SAME AS : MCD BIO M229, MIC&IMM M229RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS670-236-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-11:30A HLTHSCI 43130 2 0.0670-236-202 DIS 1B F 1:00- 2:30P HLTHSCI 43130 2 0.0CM233 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 670-286-200 LEC 1 T 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0W 4:00- 5:50P BOTANY 325SAME AS : BIOL CH CM233, BMEDPHY CM233, CHEM CM233, CHM ENG CM233, MCD BIO CM233, MIC&IMM CM233RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS242 MICROB MOLEC GENETC N 670-315-200 SEM 1 TBA MOL SCI SIMONS, R.W. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250 MICROBIAL METABOLIS N 670-328-200 SEM 1 TBA GUNSALUS, R.P. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC259 ADV MOLEC GENETICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A FOWLER A103B SIMONS, R.W. 10 04 G 5.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS670-380-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 3656 SIMONS, R.W. 10 0.0M262A IMMUNOBIOLGY-CANCER N 670-388-200 SEM 1 T 4:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 43130 BONAVIDA, B. 10 30 2.0SAME AS : MIC&IMM M262ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS290 MOLECULAR GENETICS N 670-575-200 SEM 1 TBA GUNSALUS, R.P. 20 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 670-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED FOX, C.F. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSMILITARY SCIENCEAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.11 US DFNS ESTBLSHMT 1 N 277-020-200 LEC 1 T 10:00-11:50A MG 133 POJTINGER, D.A. 40 30 2.0277-020-201 LEC 2 W 3:00- 4:50P MG 133 POJTINGER, D.A. 40 30 2.021 PSYCH OF LDRSHP I N 277-073-200 LEC 1 T 8:00- 9:50A MG 133 KIMBALL, C.F. 40 30 2.0277-073-201 LEC 2 W 1:00- 2:50P MG 133 KIMBALL, C.F. 40 30 2.0112 PSYCH OF LDRSHP II N 277-332-200 LEC 1 M 8:00- 9:50A MG 133 BEARD, J.D. 40 30 3.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT277-332-201 LEC 2 R 1:00- 2:50P MG 133 BEARD, J.D. 40 30 3.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT126 MIL PRFSNLSM&ETHICS N 277-420-200 LEC 1 M 10:00-11:50A MG 133 SALLEY, R.J. 40 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT277-420-201 LEC 2 R 3:00- 4:50P MG 133 SALLEY, R.J. 40 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMOLECULAR AND MEDICAL PHARMACOLOGYFor more information on the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, you may e-mail gradinfo@pharm.medsch.ucla.edu or access the department homepage at http://nuc.ucla.eduvia the Internet.110A DRGS-MCHN&USE&MSUSE Y 280-361-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 23105A JENDEN, D.J. 40 13 G 4.0200 INTRO-LAB RSRCH N 680-005-200 LAB 1 TBA HLTHSCI CHO, A.K. 10 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS211B PRIN-PHARMACOLOGY N 680-071-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A HLTHSCI 22096 IGNARRO, L.J. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORSM248 BIOLOGICAL IMAGING N 680-288-200 LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI CHERRY, S.R. 5 30 G 4.0SAME AS : BMEDPHY M248RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS251 SEM-PHARMACOLOGY N 680-306-200 SEM 1 W 12:00-12:50P HLTHSCI 23105A CHERRY, S.R. 30 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS291 SPECIAL TOPICS N 680-584-200 LEC 1 TR 8:30-10:20A HLTHSCI CHOW, S.A. 10 30 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS298 TOPIC-MOL&MED PHARM N 680-588-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 22096 KAUFMAN, D.L. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS OR ACCESS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 680-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORSMOLECULAR BIOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Molecular Biology Program, 168 MBI.297 MOLEC&CELL LIFE SCI N 679-590-201 SEM 1 TBA THE STAFF 18 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS679-590-202 SEM 2 TBA THE STAFF 18 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS679-590-203 SEM 3 TBA THE STAFF 18 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298 SEM-CURRENT TOPICS N 679-595-201 SEM 1 TBA THE STAFF 18 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS679-595-202 SEM 2 TBA THE STAFF 18 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS679-595-203 SEM 3 TBA THE STAFF 18 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSMOLECULAR, CELL, AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.40 AIDS&SEXUAL TRANSMT N 269-120-200 LEC 1 MWF 3:00- 4:50P MOORE 100 BOHMAN, R.E. 500 08 4.0CM133 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 269-498-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM133, BMEDPHY CM133, CHEM CM133, CHM ENG CM133, MIC&IMM CM133, MICROB CM133138 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOL Y Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG CS76 PICKUP, A.T. 180 02 G 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MUSIC / 115CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: MCD Biology 138Y 269-528-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 3:50P FRANZ 2288 15 0.0Y 269-528-202 DIS 1B M 4:00- 4:50P FRANZ 2288 15 0.0Y 269-528-203 DIS 1C T 8:30- 9:20A FRANZ 2288 15 0.0Y 269-528-204 DIS 1D T 12:30- 1:20P FRANZ 2288 15 0.0Y 269-528-205 DIS 1E T 1:30- 2:20P LS 4127 15 0.0Y 269-528-206 DIS 1F T 2:30- 3:20P LS 4127 15 0.0Y 269-528-207 DIS 1G T 3:30- 4:20P LS 4127 15 0.0Y 269-528-208 DIS 1H R 8:00- 8:50A LS 4127 15 0.0Y 269-528-209 DIS 1I R 9:00- 9:50A LS 4127 15 0.0Y 269-528-210 DIS 1J R 12:00-12:50P LS 4127 15 0.0Y 269-528-211 DIS 1K R 1:00- 1:50P LS 4127 15 0.0Y 269-528-212 DIS 1L R 2:00- 2:50P LS 4127 15 0.0CM149 BIOLOGY OF AGING N ----------- LEC 1 0 00 G 4.0SAME AS : GRNTLGY M149269-594-201 DIS 1A 0 0.0269-594-202 DIS 1B 0 0.0For MCD Biology 155, there is a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.155 MOLEC GENETIC MTHDS Y ----------- LEC 1 $ 45 MWF 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 2018 MERRIAM, J.R. 24 08 G 4.0269-630-201 LAB 1A TR 9:00-11:50A HAINES 82 12 0.0269-630-202 LAB 1B WF 9:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 12 0.0CM169 CELL&SGNLNG&DIFRNTN Y 269-715-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI COLICELLI, J.J. 20 04 G 6.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM169C174C DNA RPLCT&CELL CYCL Y 269-746-200 LEC 1 T 3:30- 4:45P WGYOUNG 4216 RAY, D.S. 45 15 G 2.0M175B MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCI Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1260 PAYNE, G.S. 30 15 5.0SAME AS : NEUROSC M101B, PHY SCI M180B, PSYCH M117BFor Molecular, Cell, and Development Biology M175B, there will be two exams on the following evenings from 5 to 7 p.m.: Monday, January 26, and Tuesday, February 17, 1998.269-751-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 6704 6 0.0269-751-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 6704 6 0.0269-751-203 DIS 1C F 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 6704 6 0.0269-751-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 6704 6 0.0176 ANIMAL VIRUS&HOST Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 247 KASAMATSU/NAYAK 75 30 4.0MCD Biology 176 may NOT be taken for credit by students who have credit for Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 102 or Chemistry and Biochemistry 153B.269-756-201 DIS 1A R 2:00- 2:50P BOTANY 133 25 0.0269-756-202 DIS 1B R 3:00- 3:50P BOTANY 133 25 0.0269-756-203 DIS 1C R 4:00- 4:50P BOTANY 133 25 0.0190A HONORS RSCH-MCD BIO N 269-840-200 SEM 1 UNSCHED BANERJEE, U. 15 30 T1 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT190B HONORS RSCH-MCD BIO N 269-841-200 SEM 1 UNSCHED BANERJEE, U. 15 30 T2 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT190C HONORS RSCH-MCD BIO N 269-842-200 SEM 1 UNSCHED BANERJEE, U. 15 30 G 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTCM207 MOL GEN-BACTR&PHAGE N 669-042-200 LEC 1 MWRF 9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 2200 GOBER, J.W. 5 02 G 4.0SAME AS : CHEM M227, MIC&IMM M227, MICROB M227RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRADCM220 MOLECULAR CELL BIOL Y 669-120-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 23105A BOK, P.D. 10 30 G 6.0SAME AS : NEURBIO M209A, PHYSIOL M209ARESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRADCM223 CELL&SGNLNG&DIFRNTN Y 669-139-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI COLICELLI, J.J. 20 04 G 6.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM267, CHEM M267RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRADM229 HOST/PATHGN INTERAC N ----------- LEC 1 MTWR 10:00-10:50A HLTHSCI JOHNSON, P.J. 4 03 G 6.0SAME AS : MIC&IMM M229, MICROB M229RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD669-174-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-11:30A HLTHSCI 43130 2 0.0669-174-202 DIS 1B F 1:00- 2:30P HLTHSCI 43130 2 0.0M230B STRCTURL MOLEC BIOL N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2018 YEATES, T.O. 5 05 4.0SAME AS : CHEM M230BRESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD669-181-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P WGYOUNG 2018 YEATES, T.O. 5 0.0CM233 BIOTECHNOLOGY N 669-198-200 LEC 1 TW 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200 FOX, C.F. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH CM233, BMEDPHY CM233, CHEM CM233, CHM ENG CM233, MIC&IMM CM233, MICROB CM233RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD255 RNA EDITING N 669-330-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 4:50P MACDNLD 6740 SIMPSON, L. 25 30 SU 4.0R 10:00-11:50A MACDNLD 6740RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRADM266B SEM-MOLEC EMBRYOLGY N 669-397-200 SEM 1 F 4:30- 5:50P MBI 159 ZIPURSKY, S.L. 5 30 SU 2.0SAME AS : BIOL CH M266BRESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD276 SEM-MOLEC GENETICS N 669-456-200 SEM 1 TBA SALSER, W.A. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD292 SEM-MOLEC EVOLUTION N 669-552-200 SEM 1 TBA LAKE, J.A. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 669-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED BANERJEE, U. 50 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRAD495 TCH MCD BIO-HGHR ED N 669-790-200 LEC 1 TBA GOMEZ, S.M. 30 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: BIO,MB,MIC,M&I,BIOCH,CHM,MCD GRADMUSICFor more information on the Department of Music, e-mail abradley@arts.ucla.edu (for undergrads) or maryc@arts.ucla.edu (for grads).3A PREP THRY-MUSIC MJR N ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-10:50A SH 1402 HALL, J.L. 40 03 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY281-008-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A SH 1402 20 0.0F 9:00- 9:50A SH B648Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


116 / MUSIC WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS281-008-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A SH 1402 20 0.0F 10:00-10:50A SH B6484B BASIC MUSICIANSHIP N 281-020-200 STU 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A SH B648 SKIPWORTH, G.F. 15 04 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY281-020-201 STU 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P SH B648 SKIPWORTH, G.F. 15 06 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY20B MUSIC THEORY II Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A SH 1420 BOURLAND, R. 30 02 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY281-065-201 DIS 1A TR 9:00-10:50A SH 1420 15 0.0281-065-202 DIS 1B TR 9:00-10:50A SH 1354 15 0.0----------- LEC 2 MW 1:00- 2:50P SH 1420 LEFKOWITZ, D.S. 30 06 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY281-065-211 DIS 2A TR 1:00- 2:50P SH 1420 15 0.0281-065-212 DIS 2B TR 1:00- 2:50P SH 1354 15 0.0Music 60AW-65 Lower Division Lessons--Music Majors ONLY. Eligible students must get a valid PTE number from Alfred Bradley.60AW VIOLIN N 281-093-200 STU 1 KAPLAN, M.S. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT60BW VIOLA N 281-096-200 STU 1 WILSON, E.N. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT60CW CELLO N 281-099-200 STU 1 GOLD, B.R. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT60DW STRING BASS N 281-102-200 STU 1 ZIBITS, P. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT60EW HARP N 281-105-200 STU 1 NEILL, L.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT60FW CLASSICAL GUITAR N 281-108-200 STU 1 YATES, P.F. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT61AW FLUTE N 281-123-200 STU 1 STOKES, S. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-123-201 STU 2 SHOSTAC, D.J. 5 20 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT61BW OBOE N 281-126-200 STU 1 KUSZYK, M.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT61CW CLARINET N 281-129-200 STU 1 GRAY, G.G. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT61DW BASSOON N 281-132-200 STU 1 COKER, C.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT61EW SAXOPHONE N 281-135-200 STU 1 FOSTER, G. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-135-201 STU 2 GRAY, G.G. 10 20 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT62AW TRUMPET N 281-142-200 STU 1 KARON, R.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-142-201 STU 2 PRICE, C.C. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT62BW FRENCH HORN N 281-145-200 STU 1 TODD, R.J. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT62CW TROMBONE N 281-148-200 STU 1 BOOTH, W.C. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT62DW TUBA N 281-151-200 STU 1 JOHNSON, J.T. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT63W PERCUSSION N 281-155-200 STU 1 PETERS, M.T. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT64AW PIANO N 281-161-200 STU 1 PONCE, W. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-161-201 STU 2 MARGULIS, V. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-161-202 STU 3 PONCE, W. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT64BW ORGAN N 281-164-200 STU 1 HARMON, T.F. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT65W VOICE N 281-173-200 STU 1 MUSSARD, T.S. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-173-201 STU 2 TBA GONDEK, J.K. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-173-202 STU 3 ATHERTON, P.L. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC90A <strong>UCLA</strong> CHORALE N 281-254-200 ACT 1 MW 3:00- 5:15P SH 1325 NEUEN, D. 100 30 2.090B COLLEGIATE CHORUS N 281-256-200 ACT 1 TR 3:20- 5:00P SH 1325 NEUEN, D. 100 30 2.090D OPERA WORKSHOP N 281-258-200 ACT 1 TR 3:00- 5:50P SH 1200 VENDICE, W.V. 40 30 2.0TR 3:00- 5:50P SH 1100RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC90E SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA N 281-259-200 ACT 1 TR 3:00- 5:50P SH 1343 ROBERTSON, J. 100 30 2.090F SYMPHONIC BAND N 281-260-200 ACT 1 T 3:00- 4:50P SH 1345 LEE, D.T. 100 30 2.0C90G WIND ENSEMBLE N 281-262-200 ACT 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P SH 1345 LEE, D.T. 80 30 2.090L MUSCL COMEDY WRKSHP N 281-267-200 ACT 1 MW 3:00- 5:50P SH 1200 HALL, J.L. 60 30 2.0MW 3:00- 5:50P SH 1100RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTFor Music 90L, PTE numbers will be given out after the audition.90M MRCHNG&VARSITY BAND N 281-268-200 ACT 1 F 3:00- 4:50P SH 1345 HENDERSON, G. 200 30 2.090N JAZZ ENSEMBLE N 281-269-200 ACT 1 TR 7:00- 8:50P SH 1345 BROWN, G. 30 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-269-201 ACT 2 W 7:00- 9:50P SH 1345 HENDERSON, G. 30 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MUSIC / 117CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS281-269-202 ACT 3 R 5:00- 6:50P SH 1345 THE STAFF 10 20 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT100B CHORAL MUSIC N 281-306-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:20P SH 1325 NEUEN, D. 25 30 G 4.0TBASHRESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS106B ORCHESTRATION II N 281-325-200 DIS 1 TR 9:30-10:50A SH 1439 LEFKOWITZ, D.S. 20 12 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS115B WOODWINDS N 281-361-200 STU 1 TR 2:00- 2:50P SH 1344 HEUSER, F. 20 30 G 1.0W 8:00- 8:50A SH 1343RESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS281-361-201 STU 2 TR 2:00- 2:50P SH 1439 HEUSER, F. 20 30 G 1.0W 8:00- 8:50A SH 1343RESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS115C BRASS N 281-363-200 STU 1 TR 1:00- 1:50P SH 1343 HEUSER, F. 20 30 G 1.0W 8:00- 8:50A SH 1343RESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS281-363-201 STU 2 TR 1:00- 1:50P SH 1345 HEUSER, F. 20 30 G 1.0W 8:00- 8:50A SH 1343RESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS115D PERCUSSION N 281-367-200 STU 1 TR 8:00- 8:50A SH B665A JUDKINS, J. 20 30 G 1.0W 8:00- 8:50A SH B665ARESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS117 INSTRMNTL&CHORL LIT N 281-373-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:20P SH 1345 LEE, D.T. 30 04 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS120B MUSIC THEORY V N 281-384-200 LEC 1 MTWR 9:00-10:50A SH 1421 BEGHIN, T. 25 02 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS281-384-201 LEC 2 MTWR 1:00- 2:50P SH 1421 KROUSE, I. 18 06 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS123B COMPOSITION N 281-392-200 LEC 1 M 10:00-11:50A SH 1151 REALE, P.V. 15 01 4.0W 11:00-11:50A SH 1151RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORSM129B JAZZ THEORY&IMPROV Y 281-427-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P SH 1325 RANIER, T.J. 10 30 G 2.0SAME AS : ETHNOMU M129BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic 160A - 165: Undergraduate Instruction in Performance for the Performance Specialist -- MUSIC MAJORS ONLY. Eligible students must get a valid PTE number from Alfred Bradley.160AW ADVANCED VIOLIN N 281-543-200 STU 1 KAPLAN, M.S. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT160BW ADVANCED VIOLA N 281-547-200 STU 1 TBA SH WILSON, E.N. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT160CW ADVANCED CELLO N 281-551-200 STU 1 GOLD, B.R. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT160DW ADV STRING BASS N 281-555-200 STU 1 ZIBITS, P. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT160EW ADVANCED HARP N 281-559-200 STU 1 TBA SH NEILL, L.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT160FW ADV CLASSICL GUITAR N 281-563-200 STU 1 TBA SH YATES, P.F. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT161AW ADVANCED FLUTE N 281-578-200 STU 1 STOKES, S. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-578-201 STU 2 SHOSTAC, D.J. 5 20 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT161BW ADVANCED OBOE N 281-584-200 STU 1 KUSZYK, M.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT161CW ADVANCED CLARINET N 281-590-200 STU 1 GRAY, G.G. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT161DW ADVANCED BASSOON N 281-596-200 STU 1 TBA SH COKER, C.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT161EW ADVANCED SAXOPHONE N 281-602-200 STU 1 FOSTER, G. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-602-201 STU 2 GRAY, G.G. 5 20 2.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT162AW ADVANCED TRUMPET N 281-614-200 STU 1 KARON, R.A. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-614-201 STU 2 PRICE, C.C. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT162BW ADV FRENCH HORN N 281-617-200 STU 1 TODD, R.J. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT162CW ADVANCED TROMBONE N 281-620-200 STU 1 BOOTH, W.C. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT162DW ADVANCED TUBA N 281-623-200 STU 1 JOHNSON, J.T. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT163W ADVANCED PERCUSSION N 281-632-200 STU 1 PETERS, M.T. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT164AW ADVANCED PIANO N 281-646-200 STU 1 PONCE, W. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-646-201 STU 2 MARGULIS, V. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT164BW ADVANCED ORGAN N 281-652-200 STU 1 HARMON, T.F. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT165W ADVANCED VOICE N 281-665-200 STU 1 MUSSARD, T.S. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-665-201 STU 2 GONDEK, J.K. 5 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT174A LANG OF SONG-GERMAN N 281-746-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-11:50A SH ATHERTON, P.L. 15 04 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


118 / MUSIC WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSC175 CHAMBER ENSEMBLES N 281-757-201 ACT 1 M 3:00- 4:50P SH B131 KAPLAN, M.S. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 1: Strings281-757-202 ACT 2 M 6:00- 7:50P SH 1354 GRAY, G.G. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 2: Woodwinds281-757-203 ACT 3 W 5:00- 6:50P SH 1354 BOOTH, W.C. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 3: Brass281-757-204 ACT 4 M 5:00- 6:50P SH B665A PETERS, M.T. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 4: Percussion281-757-205 ACT 5 F 9:00-10:50A SH 1343 YATES, P.F. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 5: Guitar281-757-206 ACT 6 T 1:00- 2:50P SH 1151 HANSEN, J.I. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C1765, activity 6: Art Song and Accompaniment281-757-207 ACT 7 R 5:00- 6:50P SH 1151 PONCE, W. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 7: Keyboard and Other Instruments281-757-208 ACT 8 MW 5:00- 5:50P SH 1345 LEE, D.T. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 8: Chamber Wind Ensemble281-757-209 ACT 9 F 1:00- 2:50P SH 1325 NEUEN, D. 10 07 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 9: Chamber Choir281-757-210 ACT 10 MARGULIS, V. 10 20 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C175, activity 10: Piano Chamber MusicM177 JAZZ COMBO N 281-790-201 ACT 1 T 3:00- 4:50P SH 1535 WEIR, M.A. 5 30 G 2.0SAME AS : ETHNOMU M177RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-790-202 ACT 2 R 6:00- 7:50P SH 1535 BURRELL, K.E. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-790-203 ACT 3 T 6:00- 7:50P SH 1344 BURRELL, K.E. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-790-204 ACT 4 T 5:00- 6:50P SH 1535 LAND, H. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-790-205 ACT 5 T 5:00- 6:50P SH 1345 HIGGINS, B. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-790-206 ACT 6 T 7:00- 8:50P SH 1535 LOZA, S.J. 10 22 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281-790-207 ACT 7 R 3:00- 4:50P SH 1535 THE STAFF 10 16 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT203 MUSICAL TERMINOLOGY N 681-028-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A SH 1402 HARMON, T.F. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS252B SEM IN COMPOSITION N 681-319-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P SH 1421 KROUSE, I. 20 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS261F PRB PERFORMNC PRACT N 681-380-200 LEC 1 R 10:00-12:50P SH 1402 REALE, P.V. 20 14 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS266B SEM MUSIC 20TH CENT N 681-407-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 5:50P SH 1421 BOURLAND, R. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS370 MUSIC GENERAL EDUC N 281-970-200 SEM 1 TBA SH HEUSER, F. 15 30 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 681-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ROBERTSON, J. 40 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS401 NEW MUSIC FORUM N 681-630-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ROBERTSON, J. 40 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS460A - 475 Graduate Instruction in Performance -- MM and DMA STUDENTS ONLY460A VIOLIN N 681-644-200 STU 1 TBA SH KAPLAN, M.S. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS460B VIOLA N 681-645-200 STU 1 WILSON, E.N. 3 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS460C CELLO N 681-646-200 STU 1 GOLD, B.R. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS460D STRING BASS N 681-647-200 STU 1 TBA ZIBITS, P. 3 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS460F CLASSICAL GUITAR N 681-649-200 STU 1 YATES, P.F. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS461A FLUTE N 681-664-200 STU 1 STOKES, S. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS461C CLARINET N 681-666-200 STU 1 GRAY, G.G. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS461D BASSOON N 681-667-200 STU 1 TBA COKER, C.A. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS & MUSIC MAJORS461E SAXOPHONE N 681-668-200 STU 1 TBA FOSTER, G. 3 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS462A TRUMPET N 681-684-200 STU 1 TBA SH KARON, R.A. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS462B FRENCH HORN N 681-685-200 STU 1 TBA SH TODD, R.J. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS462C TROMBONE N 681-687-200 STU 1 TBA BOOTH, W.C. 3 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 MUSICOLOGY / 119CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS464A PIANO N 681-719-200 STU 1 TBA SH PONCE, W. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS681-719-201 STU 2 TBA SH MARGULIS, V. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS464B ORGAN N 681-736-200 STU 1 TBA SH HARMON, T.F. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS465 VOICE N 681-770-200 STU 1 TBA SH MUSSARD, T.S. 10 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS681-770-201 STU 2 TBA SH GONDEK, J.K. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS470 OPERA STUDIO-GRADS N 681-780-200 LAB 1 TBA SH VENDICE, W.V. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS472 MASTER CLASS-OPERA N 681-782-200 STU 1 VENDICE, W.V. 3 20 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS475 MSTR CLASS-CONDCTNG N 681-787-200 STU 1 TBA SH LEE, D.T. 5 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS681-787-201 STU 2 TBA SH NEUEN, D. 10 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS681-787-202 STU 3 TBA SH ROBERTSON, J. 3 30 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSC480 <strong>UCLA</strong> CHORALE N 681-790-200 ACT 1 MW 3:00- 5:15P SH 1325 NEUEN, D. 20 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSC481 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA N 681-791-200 ACT 1 TR 3:00- 5:50P SH 1343 ROBERTSON, J. 40 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSC482 WIND ENSEMBLE N 681-792-200 ACT 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P SH 1345 LEE, D.T. 40 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSC485 CHAMBER ENSEMBLES N 681-794-201 ACT 1 M 3:00- 4:50P SH B131 KAPLAN, M.S. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 1: Strings681-794-202 ACT 2 M 6:00- 7:50P SH 1354 GRAY, G.G. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, EDUCATION MAJORS & GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 2: Woodwinds681-794-203 ACT 3 W 5:00- 6:50P SH 1354 BOOTH, W.C. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 3: Brass681-794-204 ACT 4 M 5:00- 6:50P SH B665A PETERS, M.T. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 4: Percussion681-794-205 ACT 5 F 9:00-10:50A SH 1343 YATES, P.F. 5 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 5: Guitar681-794-206 ACT 6 TBA SH GONDEK, J.K. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 6: Art Song and Accompaniment681-794-207 ACT 7 R 5:00- 6:50P SH 1151 PONCE, W. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTMusic C485, activity 7: Keyboard and Other Instruments681-794-208 ACT 8 MW 5:00- 5:50P SH 1345 LEE, D.T. 15 09 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 8: Chamber Wind Ensemble681-794-209 ACT 9 F 1:00- 2:50P SH 1325 NEUEN, D. 15 07 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 9: Chamber Choir681-794-210 ACT 10 MARGULIS, V. 10 20 G 2.0RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTSMusic C485, activity 10: Piano Chamber MusicMUSICOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.2A INTRO TO LIT OF MUS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1100 LE GUIN, E.C. 500 13 4.0282-006-201 LAB 1A F 9:00- 9:50A SH 1420 167 0.0282-006-202 LAB 1B F 10:00-10:50A SH 1420 167 0.0282-006-203 LAB 1C F 11:00-11:50A SH 1420 166 0.013 20C MUSIC-WSTRN WLD N 282-039-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A SH 1100 MORRIS, M.B. 500 02 4.026B HIST&ANLY-MUSIC I Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1421 GOLLNER, M.L. 20 13 4.0282-079-201 LAB 1A F 11:00-11:50A SH 1421 20 0.0----------- LEC 2 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1439 MCCLARY, S.K. 20 13 4.0282-079-211 LAB 2A F 11:00-11:50A SH 1439 20 0.0126B HIST&ANLY-MUSIC II N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1344 KNAPP, R.L. 40 13 4.0282-457-201 LAB 1A F 11:00-11:50A SH 1344 20 0.0282-457-202 LAB 1B F 11:00-11:50A SH 1354 20 0.0C127E MUSIC-ROMANTIC N 282-466-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P SH 1818 SAUNDERS, H.S. 15 13 4.0C127F MUSIC-20TH CENTURY N 282-467-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P SH 1818 MORRIS, M.B. 15 04 4.0133 BACH N 282-498-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A SH 1200 BRADSHAW, M.C. 120 12 4.0135B HISTORY OF OPERA N ----------- LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A SH 1200 SAUNDERS, H.S. 120 02 4.0282-511-201 LAB 1A F 9:00- 9:50A SH 1439 60 0.0282-511-202 LAB 1B F 10:00-10:50A SH 1439 60 0.0200B HISTORIOGRAPHY N 682-002-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P SH 1818 WALSER, R.A. 10 08 G 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY & GRADUATE STUDENTS250B SEM-HIST-MUSIC THRY N 682-301-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P SH 1818 GOLLNER, M.L. 10 09 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY & GRADUATE STUDENTS260C HIST MSCLGY-BAROQUE N 682-362-200 SEM 1 F 2:00- 4:50P SH 1818 BRADSHAW, M.C. 10 20 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY & GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


120 / NAVAL SCIENCE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS260E HIST MSCLGY-ROMANTC N 682-364-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P SH 1818 LE GUIN, E.C. 10 16 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY & GRADUATE STUDENTS264 TOPICS-MUSICOLOGY N 682-384-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P SH 1440 PETROVIC, A. 10 15 G 6.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY & GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 682-620-200 TUT 1 TBA MCCLARY, S.K. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: MUSIC, MUSICOLOGY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY & GRADUATE STUDENTSNAVAL SCIENCEAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Z DRILL N 283-002-200 LAB 1 R 12:00- 1:50P MG 122 MARMOLEJO, L. 180 30 0.020B SEAPOWR&MARITM AFRS N 283-117-200 LEC 1 T 12:00- 1:50P MG 122 TINIO, C.P. 30 15 2.0102B NAVAL LDRSHP&MGMT I N 283-316-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A MG 122 WALKER, S.C. 30 13 4.0NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Ancient Near EastM104A ANCIENT EGYPT CIV N 286-300-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P KINSEY 141 POLZ, D.C. 40 14 4.0SAME AS : HIST M104A120B ELEM ANCNT EGYPTIAN N 286-339-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P DANCE 122 RITTER, T. 20 14 4.0140A ELEMENTARY SUMERIAN N 286-495-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P KINSEY 347 ENGLUND, R.K. 10 13 4.0160B INTRO-N EA ARCHAEOL N 286-613-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3164 CARTER, E.F. 40 06 4.0For Ancient Near East 161B, students do not need to know a foreign language.161B ARCHEOL-MESOPOTAMIA N 286-727-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P KINSEY 347 CARTER, E.F. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE260 SEM-AN N EA ARCHAEO N 686-340-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 5:50P KINSEY 347 CARTER, E.F. 10 30 4.0263 SEM-EGYPTN MONUMNTS N 686-370-200 SEM 1 M 7:00- 8:50P KINSEY 382 POLZ, D.C. 10 21 4.0Arabic1B ELEMNTRY LIT ARABIC N 287-015-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00-10:50A DODD 154 COOPERSON, M.D. 25 02 4.0287-015-201 LEC 2 MWF 9:00-10:50A HAINES 130 COOPERSON, M.D. 20 02 4.0102B INTERMED LIT ARABIC N 287-324-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-12:50P HAINES 122 FISHBEIN, M. 35 04 4.0103B ADVANCED ARABIC N 287-343-200 LEC 1 TBA FISHBEIN, M. 15 20 4.0112B ADV SPK EGYPT ARAB N 287-382-200 DIS 1 TR 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3170 COOPERSON, M.D. 30 13 4.0120 ISLAMIC TEXTS N 287-418-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P POONAWALA, I.K. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTArabic 120: Prophet’s Biography as Reflected in the Quran by Darwaza240 ARAB HISTRNS&GEOGRS N 687-210-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 4:50P HAINES 110 POONAWALA, I.K. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSArabic 240: Arab GeographersIkhwan al-Safa and Ibn HawqalArmenian101B ELEM WSTRN ARMENIAN N 288-318-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A DODD 162 MOUMDJIAN, G. 25 01 4.0102B INTRMD WST ARMENIAN N 288-338-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 2325 MOUMDJIAN, G. 25 03 4.0104B ELEM MOD EAST ARMEN Y 288-369-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 184 THE STAFF 10 11 G 4.0106B ADV MOD EAST ARMEN Y 288-375-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1329 COWE, P.S. 25 03 G 4.0230B ELEM CLSCL ARMENIAN N 688-181-200 LEC 1 TBA COWE, P.S. 10 20 G 4.0250A SEMINR-ARMENIAN LIT N 688-300-200 SEM 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P COWE, P.S. 10 15 4.0Hebrew1B ELEMENTARY HEBREW N 290-006-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 365 EZER, N. 20 04 4.0290-006-201 LEC 2 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 365 EZER, N. 20 05 4.0102B INTERMEDIATE HEBREW N 290-397-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A DODD 162 SABAR, Y. 15 03 4.0TR 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 365103B ADVANCED HEBREW N 290-447-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A DODD 154 SABAR, Y. 25 04 4.0220 HISTORY-HEBREW LANG N 690-112-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 144 SCHNIEDEWIND, W.M. 10 15 4.0Iranian1B ELEMENTARY PERSIAN Y 291-002-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00-10:50A KINSEY 365 HAGIGI, L.E. 40 02 4.020B ACCLRT ELEM PERSIAN Y 291-062-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00-10:50A ROLFE 3134 BAUER, H.L. 40 02 6.0102B INTRMEDIATE PERSIAN Y 291-340-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 2:50P KINSEY 365 HAGIGI, L.E. 50 06 4.0103B CLASSICAL PROSE Y 291-352-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 4:30P DANCE 105 ZIAI, H. 20 06 4.0141 CNTM PERSN ANLY PRS N 291-590-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 6:50P HAINES 122 ZIAI, H. 40 30 4.0Jewish Studies150B RABBINIC JUDAISM N 293-603-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2156 DAVIDSON, H.A. 20 05 4.0170 DEAD SEA SCROLLS N 293-730-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A FRANZ 2288 SCHNIEDEWIND, W.M. 20 12 4.0190 SEM-JEWISH STUDIES N 293-860-200 SEM 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P DODD 162 HARTMAN, D. 20 15 4.0M191B JWSH HIS-MD AGE-PRS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 1234 MYERS, D.N. 15 12 4.0SAME AS : HIST M191B293-865-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5147 5 0.0293-865-202 DIS 1B T 5:00- 5:50P MS 5147 5 0.0293-865-203 DIS 1C R 4:00- 4:50P KINSEY 230 5 0.0M192A JWSH INTEL HIS-MED N 293-869-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2160 HARTMAN, D. 20 16 4.0SAME AS : HIST M192ANear Eastern Languages50B INTRO-NR EAST-MEDVL N 285-151-200 LEC 1 M 3:30- 5:50P HAINES 127 FISHBEIN, M. 25 08 G 4.0375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 685-620-200 TUT 1 TBA LOPRIENO, A. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 NURSING / 121CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSSemitics141 ADVANCED AKKADIAN N 295-546-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P FOWLER A311 BUCCELLATI, G. 10 30 4.0Turkic101B ELEMENTARY TURKISH N 296-308-200 LEC 1 TBA JAECKEL, R. 15 20 4.0102B ADVANCED TURKISH N 296-319-200 LEC 1 TBA BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 15 30 4.0111B ELEMENTARY UZBEK N 296-335-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2214 BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 82 06 4.0F 11:00-12:50P HAINES 2112B ADVANCED UZBEK N 296-344-200 LEC 1 TBA BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 15 30 4.0160 TURKISH TRADITION N 296-659-200 LEC 1 WF 10:00-10:50A DICKSON 2160E BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 293 03 4.0165 ISLM LIT-CNTRL ASIA N 296-685-200 LEC 1 TBA BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 20 20 G 4.0210B INTRO TO OTTOMAN N 696-024-200 LEC 1 TBA BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 10 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS225B OLD TRKC-TURK&UYGUR N 696-101-200 LEC 1 TBA BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS240B ADVANCED OTTOMAN N 696-245-200 LEC 1 TBA BODROGLIGETI, A.E. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSNEUROBIOLOGYMedical History107A HIS DEV OF MED SCI N 107-319-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 73240 O’NEILL, Y.V. 15 07 4.0NeurobiologyM203A BASIC NEUROLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 MT 8:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 73105A GRINNELL, A.D. 30 30 T1 4.0F 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 73105ASAME AS : PHYSIOL M203A707-018-201 LAB 1A F 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 63127 GRINNELL, A.D. 30 0.0M204 CELL&MOL DEV NROBIO N 707-024-200 LEC 1 TBA HARTENSTEIN, V. 5 30 4.0SAME AS : NEUROSC M204, PHYSIOL M204, PSYCTRY M204M209A MOLECULAR CELL BIOL N 707-054-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 23105A BOK, P.D. 20 30 G 6.0SAME AS : MCD BIO CM220, PHYSIOL M209A495E PREP-TCHNG-ANAT SCI N 707-798-200 LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 10 30 SU 2.0- 4.0NEUROSCIENCEFor a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Neuroscience Program, 73-364 CHS.M101B MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCI Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1260 PAYNE, G.S. 60 15 5.0SAME AS : MCD BIO M175B, PHY SCI M180B, PSYCH M117BFor Neuroscience M101B, there will be two exams on the following evenings from 5 to 7 p.m.: Monday, January 26, and Tuesday, February 17, 1998.298-310-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 6704 15 0.0298-310-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 6704 15 0.0298-310-203 DIS 1C F 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 6704 15 0.0298-310-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 6704 15 0.0101L NEUROSCIENCE LAB Y ----------- LEC 1 MF 9:00- 9:50A BOTANY 325 GRISHAM, W.E. 48 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS & JUNIORS AND SENIORS298-314-201 LAB 1A T 9:00-11:50A FRANZ A456 16 0.0298-314-202 LAB 1B W 9:00-11:50A FRANZ A456 16 0.0298-314-203 LAB 1C R 9:00-11:50A FRANZ A456 16 0.0M102 CENTRL NERVOUS SSTM Y ----------- LEC 1 M 9:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN 1200B SCHEIBEL, A.B. 65 02 4.0R 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1260SAME AS : PSYCH M117K298-316-201 LAB 1A M 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 63125 SCHEIBEL, A.B. 65 0.0151 NEUROPSYCH DISEASE Y 298-606-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 4645 WASCHEK, J.A. 30 06 G 4.0196H HONORS IN NEUROSCI Y 298-877-200 LEC 1 M 3:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 73365 ARNOLD, A.P. 10 30 G 4.0W 5:00- 5:50P HLTHSCI 73365197A BEHAVIORL&COGNITIVE Y 298-884-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BOTANY 325 TOGA, A.W. 20 16 G 4.0R 4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG 2200M203 MOLECULAR NEUROBIOL N 698-025-200 LEC 1 TR 10:30-11:50A NPI&H 68236 WATSON, J.B. 40 30 G 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M203RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM204 CELL&MOL DEV NROBIO N 698-029-200 LEC 1 TBA HARTENSTEIN, V. 40 30 4.0SAME AS : NEURBIO M204, PHYSIOL M204, PSYCTRY M204RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS210B CURRENT LIT-NEUROSC N 698-061-200 DIS 1 TBA HLTHSCI TOBIN, A.J. 20 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS211B EVAL-RESEARCH LIT N 698-066-200 DIS 1 TBA HLTHSCI WAYNE, N.L. 20 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE MAJORSM233 MCHNSMS&RELIEF-PAIN N 698-176-200 LEC 1 TBA SPIGELMAN, I. 10 20 G 2.0SAME AS : ORL BIO M204RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM267 ADVANCED MRI N 698-378-200 LEC 1 TBA COHEN, M.S. 10 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BMEDPHY M266, PSYCTRY M266RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 698-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED PAYNE, G.S. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS698-620-201 TUT 2 UNSCHED GRISHAM, W.E. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSNURSINGM158 HLTH-CULTRE&SOCIETY N 302-600-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P FOWLER A139 GARRO, L.C. 5 16 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M168192 PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT N ----------- LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P FACTOR FREDRICKSON, J.M. 16 05 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT302-796-201 LAB 1A M 9:00-11:50A FACTOR FREDRICKSON, J.M. 16 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


122 / ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS196 HLTH CR-CLTRL DIVRS N 302-854-200 LEC 1 TBA FACTOR THE STAFF 10 30 4.0C200B BIOBHV-HLTH ASSESMT N 702-003-200 LEC 1 T 8:00- 9:50A FACTOR SARNA, L.P. 125 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS201 HLTH&QUALTY OF LIFE N 702-005-200 LEC 1 T 10:00-11:50A FACTOR PADILLA, G.V. 25 13 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS206B NURSING THEORY DEV N 702-063-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-11:50A FACTOR COMPTON, M.A. 15 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS207 MSRMNT-CLNCL VARBLS N 702-070-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FACTOR DRACUP, K.A. 15 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS211 THEORY-FAMLY NURSNG N 702-104-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FACTOR KEENAN, C.K. 30 16 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTSC211F THEORY-FAMLY NURSNG Y ----------- LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FACTOR KEENAN, C.K. 80 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS702-105-201 FLD 1A TBA OFF CAM KEENAN, C.K. 80 0.0212 HLTH-RLTD FMLY THRY N 702-109-200 LEC 1 T 10:00-11:50A FACTOR WUERKER, A.K. 125 15 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS215 HUMAN RESPNS-CANCER N 702-126-200 LEC 1 T 11:00- 1:50P FACTOR BUSH, N.J. 15 15 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS215F HUMAN RESPNS-CANCER Y ----------- LEC 1 T 11:00- 1:50P FACTOR BUSH, N.J. 30 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS702-127-201 FLD 1A TBA OFF CAM BUSH, N.J. 30 0.0217 HMN RSPNS-CRTCL ILL N 702-137-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 2:50P FACTOR WOO, M.A. 35 15 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTSC217F HMN RSPNS-CRTCL ILL Y ----------- LEC 1 T 1:00- 2:50P FACTOR WOO, M.A. 35 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS702-138-201 DIS 1A T 3:00- 3:50P FACTOR WOO, M.A. 35 0.0218C NURSNG ADMIN THEORY N 702-142-200 LEC 1 W 10:00- 1:50P FACTOR MCNEESE-SMITH, D.K 40 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS219A ACCNTNG&BDGT-HLTHCR N 702-146-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-10:50A FACTOR PRANULIS, M.F. 20 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTSC220 INSTRCT&LEARN-NRSNG N 702-149-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 4:50P FACTOR KONIAK-GRIFFIN, D. 125 09 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTSC223 CHILDHOOD DEVELPMNT N 702-166-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 2:50P FACTOR OPAS, S.R. 50 16 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTSC230 ADV PATHOPHYSIOLOGY Y 702-201-200 LEC 1 W 8:00-11:50A FACTOR VREDEVOE, D.L. 125 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS232 HUMN RSPNS-AGE&ILNS N 702-213-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FACTOR CADOGAN, M. 15 15 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTSC232F HUMN RSPNS-AGE&ILNS N ----------- LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FACTOR CADOGAN, M. 30 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS702-214-201 FLD 1A TBA OFF CAM CADOGAN, M. 30 0.0237A ANTEPARTUM MNGMNT Y 702-247-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FACTOR DAY, M.L. 15 15 G 3.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS238C NURSING OF CHILDREN N 702-258-200 LEC 1 R 8:00-11:50A FACTOR ZAHR, L.K. 20 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS239C ACUITY&CHRONCTY-ILL N 702-262-200 LEC 1 R 8:00-11:50A FACTOR VANSERVELLEN, G. 125 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORSM290A CHILD ABUSE&NEGLECT N 702-540-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 5:50P LAW GOLDSTEIN, R.D. 5 16 2.0SAME AS : COM HLT M245A, EDUC M217G, SOC WEL M290ERESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS299B NURSNG RESEARCH SEM N 702-593-200 SEM 1 TBA FACTOR NYAMATHI, A.M. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 702-600-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED NYAMATHI, A.M. 100 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTSM410B NRSNG-DISABLD CHILD N 702-635-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P MP 300 BETZ, C.L. 25 30 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M472BRESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS418C NURSNG ADMIN PRCTCM N 702-655-200 CLI 1 UNSCHED FACTOR MCNEESE-SMITH, D.K 30 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS437A WOMEN-ANTPRTM CLNCL N 702-735-200 CLI 1 UNSCHED DAY, M.L. 10 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS438C CHLD-CMPLX HLTH PRB N 702-742-200 CLI 1 UNSCHED OFF CAM FREDRICKSON, J.M. 30 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS441 NEURPSYCH SUBSPCLTY N 702-749-200 SEM 1 W 5:00- 6:50P FACTOR VANSERVELLEN, G. 20 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORSORTHOPAEDIC SURGERYYou may access the departmental section of the latest edition of the online <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog by clicking on the department name above.102 GROSS ANAT-HUM BODY N ----------- LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI THE STAFF 0 30 PN 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT305-312-201 LAB 1A TBA HLTHSCI THE STAFF 10 0.0PATHOLOGY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE231B PATHPHYSIOL-DISEASE N 706-127-200 LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI DRAKE, T.A. 10 30 T1 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS234B MOL&CEL FNDTN-DSEAS N 706-151-200 LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI MCBRIDE, J.H. 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS250B PATH GRAD STDNT SEM N 706-301-200 SEM 1 TBA HLTHSCI BERLINER, J.A. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS298B DISEASE MECHANISMS N 706-599-200 LEC 1 TBA HLTHSCI MCBRIDE, J.H. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPEDIATRICS98 ETHCS&ART&SCI-MEDCN N 308-269-200 SEM 1 F 8:00-10:50A MDCC 22426 GABRIEL, R.S. 20 03 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY / 123CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSPHILOSOPHYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.7 INT PHILOSOPHY-MIND N ----------- LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:15P MOORE 100 THAU, M.A. 216 06 4.0312-040-201 DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A WGYOUNG 4216 27 0.0312-040-202 DIS 1B M 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1329 27 0.0312-040-203 DIS 1C T 1:00- 1:50P DODD 178 27 0.0312-040-204 DIS 1D T 2:00- 2:50P DODD 178 27 0.0312-040-205 DIS 1E W 8:00- 8:50A PUB POL 2238 27 0.0312-040-206 DIS 1F W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2238 27 0.0312-040-207 DIS 1G F 1:00- 1:50P DODD 178 27 0.0312-040-208 DIS 1H F 2:00- 2:50P DODD 178 27 0.09 PRNCPL-CRTCL REASNG N ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:15P FOWLER A103B JENSEN, R. 216 05 4.0312-052-201 DIS 1A M 10:00-10:50A DODD 178 27 0.0312-052-202 DIS 1B M 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 6704 27 0.0312-052-203 DIS 1C W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1329 27 0.0312-052-204 DIS 1D W 10:00-10:50A DODD 178 27 0.0312-052-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A DODD 178 27 0.0312-052-206 DIS 1F R 10:00-10:50A 27 0.0312-052-207 DIS 1G F 11:00-11:50A DODD 178 27 0.0312-052-208 DIS 1H F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3153 27 0.021 SKEPTICSM&RATNALTY N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MOORE 100 KALDERON, M.E. 216 04 4.0312-076-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1337 27 0.0312-076-202 DIS 1B M 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1337 27 0.0312-076-203 DIS 1C W 1:00- 1:50P DODD 178 27 0.0312-076-204 DIS 1D W 2:00- 2:50P DODD 178 27 0.0312-076-205 DIS 1E R 10:00-10:50A 27 0.0312-076-206 DIS 1F R 11:00-11:50A 27 0.0312-076-207 DIS 1G F 12:00-12:50P DODD 178 27 0.0312-076-208 DIS 1H F 1:00- 1:50P DODD 162 27 0.022 INTRO-ETHICAL THRY N ----------- LEC 1 MTW 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 1200 SHIFFRIN, S. 216 20 4.0312-079-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A DODD 178 27 0.0312-079-202 DIS 1B T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3211 27 0.0312-079-203 DIS 1C W 11:00-11:50A 27 0.0312-079-204 DIS 1D W 12:00-12:50P 27 0.0312-079-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1337 27 0.0312-079-206 DIS 1F R 10:00-10:50A DODD 178 27 0.0312-079-207 DIS 1G F 9:00- 9:50A DODD 162 27 0.0312-079-208 DIS 1H F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2238 27 0.031 LOGIC-1ST CRSE N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A PERLOFF 1102 SKLENAR, D. 108 03 4.0312-082-201 DIS 1A W 11:00-11:50A 27 0.0312-082-202 DIS 1B W 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2238 27 0.0312-082-203 DIS 1C R 12:00-12:50P MS 5217 27 0.0312-082-204 DIS 1D R 1:00- 1:50P DODD 178 27 0.0100B MDVL&ERLY MDRN PHIL N ----------- LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:15P DODD 121 NORMORE, C.G. 108 06 4.0312-306-201 DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A 18 0.0312-306-202 DIS 1B M 12:00-12:50P DODD 67 18 0.0312-306-203 DIS 1C T 1:00- 1:50P DODD 67 18 0.0312-306-204 DIS 1D T 2:00- 2:50P 18 0.0312-306-205 DIS 1E W 10:00-10:50A 18 0.0312-306-206 DIS 1F W 11:00-11:50A 18 0.0107 TPCS-MEDIEVL PHIL N 312-384-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P DODD 178 ALMOG, J. 40 04 4.0C109 DESCARTES N 312-398-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3156 CARRIERO, J.P. 30 03 4.0117 LT 19&ERLY 20C PHIL N 312-440-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3178 PEARS, D. 40 13 4.0127B PHILOS OF LANGUAGE Y 312-492-200 LEC 1 WF 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3170 KAPLAN, D.B. 40 03 4.0135B PREDICATE LOGIC N 312-537-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P DODD 178 ALMOG, J. 40 13 4.0151A HISTORY OF ETHICS N 312-573-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3164 LAWRENCE, G. 40 13 4.0156 TPCS-POLITCL PHILOS N 312-625-200 LEC 1 MW 2:30- 4:20P BUNCHE 3156 SHIFFRIN, S. 40 07 4.0170 PHILOSOPHY OF MIND N 312-681-200 LEC 1 MW 3:30- 5:20P BUNCHE 3170 THAU, M.A. 40 08 4.0172 PHILOS-LANG&COMNCTN N 312-689-200 LEC 1 WF 1:00- 2:50P DODD 78 KAPLAN, D.B. 40 06 4.0182 ELEMNTS-METAPHYSICS N 312-751-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3156 SKLENAR, D. 40 15 4.0184 TPCS IN METAPHYSICS N 312-772-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A DODD 325 JACOVIDES, M. 30 02 4.0186 TPCS-THRY OF KNOWLG N 312-800-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3156 BURGE, C.T. 40 13 4.0200B SEM-FIRST YR GRADS N 712-011-200 SEM 1 W 12:00- 2:50P DODD 325 HERMAN, B. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTSC209 DESCARTES N 712-120-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3156 CARRIERO, J.P. 10 03 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTS230 LOGIC N 712-249-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 5:50P DODD 399 MARTIN, D.A. 20 08 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTS245 HIST OF ETHICS N 712-303-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 5:50P DODD 325 LAWRENCE, G. 20 08 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTS271 METAPHYSICS&EPSTMLG N 712-433-200 SEM 1 R 3:30- 6:20P DODD 325 BURGE, C.T. 20 16 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTS282 SEMINAR-METAPHYSICS N 712-514-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 2181 PEARS, D. 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTS290 PHILOS OF LANGUAGE N 712-589-200 SEM 1 W 3:00- 5:50P HAINES 127 THE STAFF 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 712-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED HERMAN, B. 25 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: PHILOSOPHY GRADUATE STUDENTSPHYSICS AND ASTRONOMYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


124 / PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSAstronomy2B GALAXIES&COSMOLOGY Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P MS 4000A MALKAN, M.A. 210 13 4.0123-004-201 DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A MS 8145 35 0.0123-004-202 DIS 1B M 2:00- 2:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-004-203 DIS 1C W 12:00-12:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-004-204 DIS 1D W 3:00- 3:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-004-205 DIS 1E F 9:00- 9:50A MS 8145 35 0.0123-004-206 DIS 1F F 10:00-10:50A MS 8145 35 0.03 ASTR-NATURE OF UNIV N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MS 4000A LARKIN, J.E. 210 04 4.0123-006-201 DIS 1A M 1:00- 1:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-202 DIS 1B M 3:00- 3:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-203 DIS 1C T 11:00-11:50A MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-204 DIS 1D R 12:00-12:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-205 DIS 1E F 1:00- 1:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-206 DIS 1F F 2:00- 2:50P MS 8145 35 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 4000A BERN, Z. 210 07 4.0123-006-241 DIS 2A R 9:00- 9:50A MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-242 DIS 2B R 10:00-10:50A MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-243 DIS 2C R 3:00- 3:50P MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-244 DIS 2D W 11:00-11:50A MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-245 DIS 2E F 11:00-11:50A MS 8145 35 0.0123-006-246 DIS 2F F 12:00-12:50P MS 8145 37 0.04 STARS&STELLR SYSTMS Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A KNUDSEN 1240B EDELSON, R. 60 04 4.0123-038-201 DIS 1A T 12:00-12:50P MS 8145 30 0.0123-038-202 DIS 1B R 11:00-11:50A MS 8145 30 0.06 CHANG CNCPT-UNIVERS Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P KNUDSEN 1240B CLINE, D.B. 60 13 4.0123-054-201 DIS 1A W 10:00-10:50A MS 8145 30 0.0123-054-202 DIS 1B W 2:00- 2:50P MS 8145 30 0.081 STARS AND NEBULAE Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P MS 8349 PLAVEC, M.J. 16 07 4.0123-195-201 LAB 1A T 10:00-10:50A MS 8349 16 0.0115 STAT MECH&ASTROPHYS N 123-411-200 LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 8349 TURNER, J.H. 15 05 4.0127 STLR ATM&INTRR&EVOL N 123-451-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P MS 8349 MORRIS, M. 15 13 4.0271 RADIATION N 523-390-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P MS 8349 WRIGHT, E.L. 15 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: ASTR, ASTRPHYS OR PHYSICS GRAD272 STELLAR STRUCT&EVOL N 523-398-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A MS 8349 ULRICH, R 15 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: ASTR, ASTRPHYS OR PHYSICS GRAD277B ASTRO RSRCH PROJECT N 523-437-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED MORRIS, M.R. 15 30 G 6.0RESTRICT: ASTR, ASTRPHYS OR PHYSICS GRAD279 CURRENT ASTRO RSRCH N 523-452-200 SEM 1 T 3:00- 3:50P MS 8145 BECKLIN, E.E. 30 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: ASTR, ASTRPHYS OR PHYSICS GRADM297 RSCH-ASTRPRTCL PHYS N 523-576-200 TUT 1 W 1:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 4134 BECKLIN, E.E. 20 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: ASTR, ASTRPHYS OR PHYSICS GRAD375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 523-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED WRIGHT, E.L. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: ASTR, ASTRPHYS OR PHYSICS GRADPhysicsThe enrollment section for Physics 6A, 6B, and 6C is the discussion section (refer to "Compound Classes" instructions listed under URSA). However, enrollment cannot be completed unlessyou are also able to enroll in a lab section.Wait lists are not possible for Physics 6A, 6B, or 6C because of the 3 part structure (lecture, discussion and lab).6A PHYSIC-LIFE SCI MAJ Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN 1220B JURA, M.B. 150 02 4.0318-034-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5420 50 0.0318-034-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5420 50 0.0318-034-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P MS 3915G 50 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 51 THE STAFF 270 04 4.0318-034-211 DIS 2A F 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 122 45 0.0318-034-212 DIS 2B F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 122 45 0.0318-034-213 DIS 2C F 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 230 45 0.0318-034-214 DIS 2D F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5440 45 0.0318-034-215 DIS 2E F 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 230 45 0.0318-034-216 DIS 2F F 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 230 45 0.0318-034-221 LAB M1 T 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-222 LAB M2 T 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-223 LAB M3 T 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-224 LAB M4 T 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-225 LAB M5 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-226 LAB M6 W 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-227 LAB M7 W 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-228 LAB M8 W 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-229 LAB M9 W 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-230 LAB M10 W 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-231 LAB M11 R 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-232 LAB M12 R 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-233 LAB M13 R 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-234 LAB M14 R 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-235 LAB M15 R 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-236 LAB M16 F 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-237 LAB M17 F 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-238 LAB M18 F 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-239 LAB M19 F 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 130 20 0.0318-034-299 LAB M99 UNSCHED 50 0.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTLab m99 is for students who are repeating the lecture but who have completed the lab.6B PHYSIC-LIFE SCI MAJ Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 51 GEKELMAN, W.N. 150 02 4.0318-036-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 3656 50 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY / 125CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS318-036-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 3656 50 0.0318-036-203 DIS 1C F 1:00- 1:50P MS 5127 50 0.0----------- LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 51 HUFFMAN, A.H. 270 03 4.0318-036-211 DIS 2A F 11:00-11:50A HAINES 6 45 0.0318-036-212 DIS 2B F 12:00-12:50P HAINES 6 45 0.0318-036-213 DIS 2C F 2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 4660 45 0.0318-036-214 DIS 2D F 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 4660 45 0.0318-036-215 DIS 2E F 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 4660 45 0.0318-036-216 DIS 2F F 3:00- 3:50P MS 5127 45 0.0Students enrolling in lecture 3 must enroll in labs M21 through 329. Enrollment in this lecture will be done by PTE only. Preference will be given to those students who have taken the firstcourse in this developmental sequence.----------- LEC 3 MWF 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 51 CORONITI, F. 192 05 4.0318-036-221 DIS 3A F 9:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5422 32 0.0318-036-222 DIS 3B F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5422 32 0.0318-036-223 DIS 3C F 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 4645 32 0.0318-036-224 DIS 3D F 11:00-11:50A MS 3915A 32 0.0318-036-225 DIS 3E F 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5420 32 0.0318-036-226 DIS 3F F 2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 5420 32 0.0Labs M1 through M5 are computer simulated and are held in the Physics computer room. For these labs, you must enroll in lecture 1 or 2 ONLY!318-036-231 LAB M1 T 8:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN 1234 20 0.0318-036-232 LAB M2 T 10:00-11:50A KNUDSEN 1234 20 0.0318-036-233 LAB M3 T 12:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 1234 20 0.0318-036-234 LAB M4 R 12:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 1234 20 0.0318-036-235 LAB M5 R 2:00- 3:50P KNUDSEN 1234 20 0.0Labs M6 through M20 are traditional experiments held in the regular lab. For these labs, you must enroll in lecture 1 or 2 ONLY!318-036-236 LAB M6 T 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-237 LAB M7 T 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-238 LAB M8 T 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-239 LAB M9 T 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-240 LAB M10 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-241 LAB M11 W 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-242 LAB M12 W 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-243 LAB M13 W 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-244 LAB M14 W 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-245 LAB M15 W 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-246 LAB M16 R 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-247 LAB M17 R 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-248 LAB M18 R 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-249 LAB M19 R 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0318-036-250 LAB M20 R 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 120 20 0.0Labs M21 through M32 are special developmental labs which are specifically linked to Physics 6B, lecture 3. Enroll in lecture 3 ONLY.318-036-251 LAB M21 T 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-252 LAB M22 T 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-253 LAB M23 T 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-254 LAB M24 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-255 LAB M25 W 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-256 LAB M26 W 1:00- 2:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-257 LAB M27 W 3:00- 4:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-258 LAB M28 R 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-259 LAB M29 R 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-260 LAB M30 R 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-261 LAB M31 R 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0318-036-262 LAB M32 R 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 166 16 0.0Lab M99 is for students who are repeating the lecture but who have completed the lab.318-036-299 LAB M99 UNSCHED 50 0.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT6C PHYSIC-LIFE SCI MAJ Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 3:00- 3:50P KINSEY 51 HOLCZER, K. 240 08 4.0318-038-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 4660 40 0.0318-038-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 4660 40 0.0318-038-203 DIS 1C F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5422 40 0.0318-038-204 DIS 1D F 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 4645 40 0.0318-038-205 DIS 1E F 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 4645 40 0.0318-038-206 DIS 1F F 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5440 40 0.0318-038-221 LAB M1 T 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-222 LAB M2 T 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-223 LAB M3 T 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-224 LAB M4 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-225 LAB M5 W 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-226 LAB M6 W 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-227 LAB M7 W 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-228 LAB M8 R 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-229 LAB M9 R 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 160 20 0.0318-038-235 LAB M99 UNSCHED 50 0.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT8A MECHANICS Y ----------- LEC 1 MTWF 11:00-11:50A KNUDSEN 1220B HUANG, H. 150 04 4.0318-048-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A DODD 167 50 0.0318-048-202 DIS 1B F 1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 3656 50 0.0318-048-203 DIS 1C F 2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 3656 50 0.0----------- LEC 2 MTWF 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 51 SALTZBERG, 270 07 4.0318-048-211 DIS 2A F 9:00- 9:50A DODD 170 45 0.0318-048-212 DIS 2B F 10:00-10:50A DODD 170 45 0.0318-048-213 DIS 2C F 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 2760 45 0.0318-048-214 DIS 2D F 10:00-10:50A DODD 78 45 0.0318-048-215 DIS 2E F 11:00-11:50A DODD 78 45 0.0318-048-216 DIS 2F F 1:00- 1:50P DODD 170 45 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


126 / PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS8AH MECHANICS-HONORS Y ----------- LEC 1 MTWF 10:00-10:50A KNUDSEN 1200B GHEZ, A.M. 30 03 G 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT318-050-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5422 30 0.08AL LAB-MECHANICS Y 318-047-201 LAB 1 T 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-202 LAB 2 T 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-203 LAB 3 T 3:00- 4:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-204 LAB 4 T 5:00- 6:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-205 LAB 5 W 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-206 LAB 6 W 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-207 LAB 7 W 3:00- 4:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-208 LAB 8 W 5:00- 6:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-209 LAB 9 R 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-210 LAB 10 R 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-211 LAB 11 R 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-212 LAB 12 R 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-213 LAB 13 R 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-047-214 LAB 14 F 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 178 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.08B WAVES&SOUND&HEAT Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P KNUDSEN 1220B WONG, C.W. 150 05 4.0318-051-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 6 45 0.0318-051-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A HAINES 6 45 0.0318-051-203 DIS 1C F 2:00- 2:50P DODD 167 45 0.0318-051-207 DIS 1DH F 1:00- 2:50P KNUDSEN 2115 THE STAFF 15 0.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT8BL LAB-WAVS&SOUND&HEAT Y 318-053-201 LAB 1 T 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 136 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-053-202 LAB 2 T 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 136 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-053-203 LAB 3 T 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 136 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-053-204 LAB 4 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 136 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-053-205 LAB 5 W 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 136 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-053-206 LAB 6 W 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 136 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-053-207 LAB 7 W 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 136 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.08C ELECTRICTY&MAGNETSM Y ----------- LEC 1 MTWF 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 51 DURIAN, D. 150 06 4.0318-054-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3126 50 0.0318-054-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3126 50 0.0318-054-203 DIS 1C F 12:00-12:50P DODD 170 50 0.08CL LAB-ELCTRCTY&MGNTSM Y 318-056-201 LAB 1 T 11:00-12:50P KINSEY 146 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-056-202 LAB 2 T 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 146 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-056-203 LAB 3 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 146 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-056-204 LAB 4 W 9:00-10:50A KINSEY 146 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-056-205 LAB 5 W 11:00-12:50P KINSEY 146 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-056-206 LAB 6 W 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 146 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-056-207 LAB 7 W 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 146 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.08D ELCTR WVS&LT&RLTVTY Y ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A KNUDSEN 1220B MORALES, G. 150 03 4.0318-059-201 DIS 1A F 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 247 50 0.0318-059-202 DIS 1B F 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 247 50 0.0318-059-203 DIS 1C F 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 247 50 0.08DH PHYS-SCI&ENGRS-HNRS Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P KNUDSEN 1200B KIVELSON, S. 25 13 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT318-064-201 DIS 1A F 11:00-11:50A BOELTER 5422 25 0.08DL LAB-ELC WVS&LT&RLTV Y 318-058-201 LAB 1 T 9:00-10:50A KINSEY 97 NEFKENS, B.M. 18 30 G 1.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTPhysics 8DL Lab 1 is for Honors Credit.318-058-202 LAB 2 T 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 97 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-058-203 LAB 3 T 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 97 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-058-204 LAB 4 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 97 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-058-205 LAB 5 W 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 97 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-058-206 LAB 6 W 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 97 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.0318-058-207 LAB 7 W 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 97 THE STAFF 20 30 G 1.010 PHYSICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 1220B NEFKENS, B.M. 140 06 4.0318-065-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 4645 40 0.0318-065-202 DIS 1B F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2160 40 0.0318-065-203 DIS 1C F 12:00-12:50P DODD 167 40 0.0318-065-204 DIS 1DH F 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 289 LAYTON, W.J. 20 0.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT----------- LEC 2 MWF 2:00- 2:50P KNUDSEN 1220B PARK, J. 140 07 4.0318-065-211 DIS 2A F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 2760 40 0.0318-065-212 DIS 2B F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2238 40 0.0318-065-213 DIS 2C F 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 6 40 0.0318-065-241 DIS 2DH F 3:00- 4:50P KINSEY 289 LAYTON, W.J. 20 0.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT98T PHYSICS IN YOUR APT N 318-299-200 SEM 1 MF 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 136 GOPAL, A.D. 16 03 G 4.0W 10:00-10:50A HAINES 146105B ANALYTIC MECHANICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 1200B PELLEGRINI, C. 50 06 4.0318-311-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A KNUDSEN 6107 50 0.0110A ELECTRICITY&MAGNET N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 247 WHITTEN JR, C.A. 50 02 4.0318-338-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 247 50 0.0115A ELEM QUANTUM MECHAN N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 4660 CHAKRAVARTY, S. 50 04 4.0318-370-201 DIS 1A R 8:00- 8:50A KNUDSEN 6107 50 0.0123 ATOMIC STRUCTURE N 318-417-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P FRANZ 2288 JIANG, H. 20 13 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT318-417-201 DIS 1A W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE A152 20 0.0126 ELEM PARTICLE PHYS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P MS 3915D ARISAKA, K. 25 05 4.0318-433-201 DIS 1A F 1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5252 25 0.0131 MATH METHDS-PHYSICS N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A MS 5137 COWLEY, S.C. 40 03 4.0318-460-201 DIS 1A R 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 230 40 0.0132 MATH METHDS-PHYSICS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P MS 5203 CORNWALL, J.M. 30 14 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE / 127CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS318-470-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 3:50P MS 5203 30 0.0150 PARTICLE&LASR BEAMS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A MOORE 1003 ROSENZWEIG, J. 25 30 4.0318-600-201 DIS 1A F 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5280 25 0.0160 NUM ANLY&PRTC SMLTN N ----------- LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 5252 ASHOUR-ABDALLA, M. 20 30 4.0318-653-201 DIS 1A F 11:00-11:50A MS 5225 20 0.0180A NUCLEAR PHYSICS LAB N 318-747-200 LAB 1 T 3:00- 4:50P MS 3915A IGO, G.J. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT180C SOLID STATE LAB N 318-751-200 LAB 1 R 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 110 GRUNER, G. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT180E PLASMA LAB N 318-755-200 LAB 1 W 3:00- 4:50P MS 5148 STENZEL, R.L. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT185 FOUNDATIONS-PHYSICS N 318-812-200 LEC 1 TBA BYERS, N. 20 30 4.0210A ELECTROMAGNETIC THR N 718-011-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A KNUDSEN 6107 COWLEY, S.C. 40 12 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS AND ASTR GRADUATE STUDENTS215B NONEQUIL STAT MECH N 718-037-200 LEC 1 MWF 3:00- 3:50P KNUDSEN 6107 PELLAT, R. 40 30 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS AND ASTR GRADUATE STUDENTS220 CLASSICAL MECHANICS N 718-060-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P KNUDSEN 6107 PUTTERMAN, S.J. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS221B QUANTUM MECHANICS N 718-073-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A KNUDSEN 6107 ABERS, E.S. 40 02 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS AND ASTR GRADUATE STUDENTS222B PLASMA PHYSICS N 718-086-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:30P KNUDSEN 6107 DAWSON, J.M. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS226B ELEM PARTICLE PHYS N 718-109-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P KNUDSEN 2115 PECCEI, R. 30 30 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS230B REL QUANTUM THEORY N 718-210-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P KNUDSEN 6107 TOMBOULIS, E.T. 30 30 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS231A MTHDS-MATH PHYSICS N 718-221-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P KNUDSEN 6107 FRONSDAL, C. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM236 GEOMETRY & PHYSICS N 718-268-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:30P MS 5147 D’HOKER, E. 15 08 SU 4.0SAME AS : MATH M217RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS241B SOLID STATE PHYSICS N 718-286-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P KNUDSEN 2115 RUDNICK, J.A. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS243A SPCL TPC-SLD ST PHY N 718-304-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A KNUDSEN 2115 GRUNER, G. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS261 SEM-THEORETCL PHYSC N 718-355-200 SEM 1 TBA D’HOKER, E. 15 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS269A SEM-NUCLEAR PHYSICS N 718-400-200 SEM 1 TBA HUANG, H.Z. 15 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS269B SEM-EL PARTICLE PHY N 718-402-200 SEM 1 TBA ARISAKA, K. 15 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS269C ACCELERATOR PHYSICS N 718-403-200 SEM 1 TBA CLINE, D.B. 15 20 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS290 RSRCH TUTRL-PLASMA N 718-557-200 TUT 1 TBA KNUDSEN MORALES, G.J. 10 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS291 RSRCH TUTRL-PARTCL N 718-562-200 TUT 1 T 4:00- 5:30P KNUDSEN 6107 TOMBOULIS, E.T. 20 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS292 RSRCH-SPECTROSCOPY N 718-567-200 TUT 1 W 4:00- 5:50P KNUDSEN 6107 HOLCZER, K. 20 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS293 RSRCH-CURRNT TOPICS N 718-569-200 TUT 1 R 4:00- 5:50P KNUDSEN 1220B CORONITI, F. 100 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS718-569-201 TUT 2 M 4:00- 5:50P KNUDSEN 1200B THE STAFF 100 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS294 RSRCH-ACCELRTR PHYS N 718-571-200 TUT 1 TBA PELLEGRINI, C. 20 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTSM297 RSCH-ASTRPRTCL PHYS N 718-578-200 TUT 1 W 1:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 4134 BECKLIN, E.E. 30 30 SU 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS298 RSRCH-EXPR PARTICLE N 718-580-200 TUT 1 W 4:00- 5:50P KNUDSEN 4134 ARISAKA, K. 20 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS299 RSRCH-NUCLEAR PHYS N 718-590-200 TUT 1 TBA IGO, G.J. 20 30 SU 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS370 TEACHING OF PHYSICS N 718-615-200 LEC 1 R 5:00- 8:50P KNUDSEN 2115 LAYTON, W.J. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 718-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED BUCHANAN, C.D. 100 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTSPHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCEAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For more information on the Department of Physiological Science, consult the department homepage at http://www.lifesci.ucla.edu/physic/index.html via the Internet.For even more information on the Department of Physiological Science, you may e-mail alisong@physci.lifesci.ucla.edu (for undergrads) or mcarr@physci.lifesci.ucla.edu (for grads).6 HUMN MACHINE-PHYSIO N 321-018-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A PERLOFF 1102 TALMADGE, R.J. 130 01 4.0RESTRICT: NON-PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS111A FOUNDTNS-PHYSIO SCI Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A FRANZ 1178 GLANZMAN, D.L. 264 03 G 6.0RESTRICT: PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS321-366-201 DIS 1A M 12:00- 1:50P LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-202 DIS 1B M 2:00- 3:50P LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-203 DIS 1C T 9:00-10:50A LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-204 DIS 1D T 11:00-12:50P LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-205 DIS 1E T 1:00- 2:50P LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-206 DIS 1F W 8:00- 9:50A LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-207 DIS 1G W 1:00- 2:50P LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-208 DIS 1H R 8:00- 9:50A LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-209 DIS 1I R 10:00-11:50A LS 2226 22 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


128 / PHYSIOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS321-366-210 DIS 1J R 2:00- 3:50P LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-211 DIS 1K F 10:00-11:50A LS 2226 22 0.0321-366-212 DIS 1L F 1:00- 2:50P LS 2226 22 0.0For Physiological Science 111L, there is a materials fee of $45 per student. Your BAR account will be charged.111L PHYSIOL SCIENCE LAB N 321-377-201 LAB 1 M 1:00- 4:50P LS 4315 COOPER, R.H. 15 30 G 2.0321-377-202 LAB 2 T 8:00-11:50A LS 4315 COOPER, R.H. 15 30 G 2.0321-377-203 LAB 3 W 1:00- 4:50P LS 4315 COOPER, R.H. 15 30 G 2.0321-377-204 LAB 4 R 1:00- 4:50P LS 4315 COOPER, R.H. 15 16 G 2.0C135 DYNMCL SYSTMS MDLNG N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 3656 GARFINKEL, A. 30 07 G 5.0321-510-201 LAB 1A M 4:00- 5:50P LS 4357 15 0.0321-510-202 LAB 1B W 4:00- 5:50P LS 4357 15 0.0136 EXRCS&CRDVSCL FNCTN Y 321-516-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOTANY 325 BARNARD, R.J. 50 15 G 5.0RESTRICT: PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS138 NROMSCL PHYSIO&ADPT Y 321-528-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:20A EDGERTON, V.R. 15 03 4.0C145 NEURL MCHNSMS-MVMNT Y 321-570-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A LS 4127 CHANDLER, S.H. 25 13 G 5.0150 MSCLSKLTL MECHANICS N 321-600-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A GEOLOGY 3656 WHITING, W.C. 40 11 G 5.0RESTRICT: PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORSM180B MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCI Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1260 PAYNE, G.S. 15 15 5.0SAME AS : MCD BIO M175B, NEUROSC M101B, PSYCH M117BRESTRICT: PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORSFor Physiological Science M180B, there will be two exams on the following evenings from 5 to 7 p.m.: Mnoday, January 26, and Tuesday, February 17, 1998.321-784-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0321-784-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0321-784-203 DIS 1C F 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0321-784-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0195A SCNTFC RSRCH&ETHICS Y 321-858-200 LEC 1 M 9:00- 9:50A LS 4127 SIMMONS, D.D. 10 30 PN 2.0RESTRICT: PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS197B VAR TPCS-PHYSIO SCI N 321-871-200 SEM 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY 4660 HEBER, D. 50 30 4.0RESTRICT: PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS & SENIORS ONLYC235 DYNMCL SYSTMS MDLNG N 721-210-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 3656 GARFINKEL, A. 10 07 G 5.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC245 NEURL MCHNSMS-MVMNT N 721-270-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A LS 4127 CHANDLER, S.H. 10 13 G 5.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPHYSIOLOGYFor more information on the Department of Physiology, you may e-mail sheri@physiology.medsch.ucla.edu201A ORGAN SYSTM PHYSIOL N ----------- LEC 1 MTWR 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 73105A TORMEY, J.M. 20 04 T1 6.0F 10:00-10:50A HLTHSCI 73105ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTLabs will meet Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday on a irregular basis. Group assignments will be made.720-019-201 LAB 1A TWR 1:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI TORMEY, J.M. 10 0.0M203A BASIC NEUROLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 MT 8:00- 9:50A HLTHSCI 73105A GRINNELL, A.D. 20 30 T1 4.0F 11:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 73105ASAME AS : NEURBIO M203ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT720-030-201 LAB 1A F 1:00- 2:50P HLTHSCI 63127 GRINNELL, A.D. 20 0.0M204 CELL&MOL DEV NROBIO N 720-033-200 LEC 1 TBA HARTENSTEIN, V. 20 30 4.0SAME AS : NEURBIO M204, NEUROSC M204, PSYCTRY M204RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM209A MOLECULAR CELL BIOL N 720-062-200 LEC 1 MWF 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI BOK, P.D. 20 30 G 6.0SAME AS : MCD BIO CM220, NEURBIO M209ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS220 MTHD-CLL PHYSIOLOGY N 720-128-200 LEC 1 TBA BEZANILLA, F.J. 10 30 6.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPOLICY STUDIESFor more information on the minor in Policy Studies, you may visit http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/psm/psminor.htm at your convenience.10B APPLIED POLICY ANLY N 323-031-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2343 DUKAKIS, M.S. 10 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT102 RATIONL SELF-INTRST N 323-312-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1337 KLEIMAN, M.A. 35 04 G 4.0103 ETHCS&MRLTY&PUB LIF N 323-318-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 5:50P MS 6229 PLATE, T. 60 30 G 4.0120 RACE&INEQL&PUB PLCY N 323-420-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P PUB POL 2242 STOLL, M.A. 30 13 G 4.0204 ECON ANLY-PBLC PLCY N 723-024-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:20P MS 3915A GROGGER, J.T. 25 04 G 4.0RESTRICT: POLICY STUDIES GRADUATE STUDENTS205 BURCRCY-PUBLIC MGMT N 723-030-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2343 DUKAKIS, M.S. 18 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: POLICY STUDIES GRADUATE STUDENTS208 POLCY RESEARCH&ANLY N 723-048-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A DODD 162 CAMERON, T.A. 25 12 G 4.0RESTRICT: POLICY STUDIES GRADUATE STUDENTSM213 MENTAL HEALTH PLCY N 723-078-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P AGBAYANI-SIEWERT,P 10 30 4.0SAME AS : SOC WEL M290KM220 TRANSPRTTN&LAND USE N 723-120-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:20P PUB POL 2238 TAYLOR, B.D. 9 30 G 4.0SAME AS : URB PLN M286RESTRICT: POLICY STUDIES GRADUATE STUDENTSM222 TRNSPRT ECON&FINANC N 723-132-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2317 TAYLOR, B.D. 5 30 G 4.0SAME AS : URB PLN M289M240 URB&REGIONL DVLPMNT N 723-180-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2232 STORPER, M.C. 5 30 G 4.0SAME AS : URB PLN M236APOLITICAL SCIENCEAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Political Science undergraduate class discussion sections will NOT meet prior to the first lecture meeting.6 INTRO-QUANTVE RSCH N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 220 DENARDO, J.D. 108 12 0.0324-055-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3288 12 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 POLITICAL SCIENCE / 129CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS324-055-202 DIS 1B T 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3288 12 4.0324-055-203 DIS 1C T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-055-204 DIS 1D W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-055-205 DIS 1E W 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-055-206 DIS 1F W 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-055-207 DIS 1G R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3288 12 4.0324-055-208 DIS 1H R 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3169 12 4.0324-055-209 DIS 1I R 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1278 12 4.010 INTR-POLITCL THEORY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P DODD 147 WALKER, B.D. 324 15 0.0324-070-201 DIS 1A T 3:30- 4:20P PUB POL 2284 12 4.0324-070-202 DIS 1B T 3:30- 4:20P FRANZ 2288 12 4.0324-070-203 DIS 1C T 3:30- 4:20P PUB POL 2333 12 4.0324-070-204 DIS 1D T 4:30- 5:20P BUNCHE 3169 12 4.0324-070-205 DIS 1E T 4:30- 5:20P PUB POL 2325 12 4.0324-070-206 DIS 1F T 4:30- 5:20P PUB POL 2333 12 4.0324-070-207 DIS 1G W 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-070-208 DIS 1H W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-070-209 DIS 1I W 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3169 12 4.0324-070-210 DIS 1J W 10:00-10:50A HAINES 144 12 4.0324-070-211 DIS 1K W 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3131 12 4.0324-070-212 DIS 1L W 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3288 12 4.0324-070-213 DIS 1M R 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 3288 12 4.0324-070-214 DIS 1N R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-070-215 DIS 1O R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-070-216 DIS 1P R 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-070-217 DIS 1Q R 10:00-10:50A DODD 67 12 4.0324-070-218 DIS 1R R 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-070-219 DIS 1S R 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3165 12 4.0324-070-220 DIS 1T R 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-070-221 DIS 1U R 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3173 12 4.0324-070-222 DIS 1V R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-070-223 DIS 1W R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3173 12 4.0324-070-224 DIS 1X F 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-070-225 DIS 1Y F 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-070-226 DIS 1Z F 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-070-227 DIS 1ZA F 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 1265 12 4.020 WORLD POLITICS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 39 SPIEGEL, S.L. 324 13 0.0324-094-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-094-202 DIS 1B T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3173 12 4.0324-094-203 DIS 1C T 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2292 12 4.0324-094-204 DIS 1D T 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3123 12 4.0324-094-205 DIS 1E T 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2292 12 4.0324-094-206 DIS 1F T 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3123 12 4.0324-094-207 DIS 1G W 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-094-208 DIS 1H W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2174 12 4.0324-094-209 DIS 1I W 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3131 12 4.0324-094-210 DIS 1J W 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2173 12 4.0324-094-211 DIS 1K W 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2173 12 4.0324-094-212 DIS 1L W 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-094-213 DIS 1M W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0324-094-214 DIS 1N W 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3169 12 4.0324-094-215 DIS 1O W 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 20 12 4.0324-094-216 DIS 1P R 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-094-217 DIS 1Q R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3173 12 4.0324-094-218 DIS 1R R 10:00-10:50A BUNCHE 2173 12 4.0324-094-219 DIS 1S R 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3131 12 4.0324-094-220 DIS 1T R 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3123 12 4.0324-094-221 DIS 1U R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3169 12 4.0324-094-222 DIS 1V R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2173 12 4.0324-094-223 DIS 1W R 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2174 12 4.0324-094-224 DIS 1X R 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2106 12 4.0324-094-225 DIS 1Y R 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1278 12 4.0324-094-226 DIS 1Z R 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2106 12 4.0324-094-227 DIS 1ZA R 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 20 12 4.040 INTRO-AMERICN PLTCS N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 39 FRYMER, P. 288 14 0.0324-121-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1256 12 4.0324-121-202 DIS 1B T 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 2317 12 4.0324-121-203 DIS 1C T 3:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2317 12 4.0324-121-204 DIS 1D T 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2150 12 4.0324-121-205 DIS 1E T 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 146 12 4.0324-121-206 DIS 1F W 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 3173 12 4.0324-121-207 DIS 1G W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 3169 12 4.0324-121-208 DIS 1H W 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5514 12 4.0324-121-209 DIS 1I W 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3106 12 4.0324-121-210 DIS 1J W 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3173 12 4.0324-121-211 DIS 1K W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3161 12 4.0324-121-212 DIS 1L W 2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 5514 12 4.0324-121-213 DIS 1M W 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 82 12 4.0324-121-214 DIS 1N R 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2173 12 4.0324-121-215 DIS 1O R 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 2106 12 4.0324-121-216 DIS 1P R 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2292 12 4.0324-121-217 DIS 1Q R 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2173 12 4.0324-121-218 DIS 1R R 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3106 12 4.0324-121-219 DIS 1S R 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1284 12 4.0324-121-220 DIS 1T R 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1329 12 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


130 / POLITICAL SCIENCE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS324-121-221 DIS 1U R 2:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2150 12 4.0324-121-222 DIS 1V R 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 2150 12 4.0324-121-223 DIS 1W R 3:00- 3:50P DODD 162 12 4.0324-121-224 DIS 1X R 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 1265 12 4.0M106 ECON MDL-POL CNFLCT N 324-324-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2173 HIRSHLEIFER, J. 8 09 4.0SAME AS : ECON M136RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT111B EARLY MDRN POL THRY N 324-348-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3170 CAMPBELL, L.B. 40 15 4.0117 JURISPRUDENCE N 324-382-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P KNUDSEN 1220B HENNIG, R.A. 125 15 4.0118 POLITICAL VIOLENCE N 324-386-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A DODD 78 RAPOPORT, D.C. 50 11 4.0119A SPECL STDS POL THRY N 324-390-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE A152 ROCCO, R.A. 20 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTPolitical Science 119A: Culture and the Politics of Change in Latino Communities. For a PTE in 119A, you should have completed Political Science M144A.119B SPECL STDS POL THRY N 324-394-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3175 CAMPBELL, L.B. 50 16 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTPolitical Science 119B: Equality in American Political Thought120 FOREIGN RELATION-US N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P BOELTER 3400 LARSON, D.W. 102 13 4.0324-402-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3119 17 0.0324-402-202 DIS 1B T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2174 17 0.0324-402-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2292 17 0.0324-402-204 DIS 1D R 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE 3157 17 0.0324-402-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1256 17 0.0324-402-206 DIS 1F R 10:00-10:50A HAINES 110 17 0.0122 WORLD ORDER N 324-414-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P HAINES 118 BRINKOETTER, S.W. 120 05 4.0123A INTERNATIONAL LAW N 324-419-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 2156 WILKINSON, D.O. 20 06 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT128B INTNTL RLTNS-RUSSIA N 324-438-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P HAINES 18 VALDEZ, J.C. 100 16 4.0132A INTRNTL REL-MIDEAST N 324-451-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 247 BINDER, L. 70 15 4.0135 INTL RLTNS-CHINA N ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 1246 BAUM, R.D. 102 03 4.0324-468-201 DIS 1A M 12:00-12:50P DANCE 103 17 0.0324-468-202 DIS 1B M 1:00- 1:50P DODD 67 17 0.0324-468-203 DIS 1C M 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3118 17 0.0324-468-204 DIS 1D W 9:00- 9:50A DANCE 103 17 0.0324-468-205 DIS 1E W 12:00-12:50P DODD 67 17 0.0324-468-206 DIS 1F W 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3118 17 0.0139A SPC STDS-INTNTL REL N 324-500-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P DODD 170 PATEMAN, R. 60 08 4.0Political Science 139A: Intelligence and Foreign Policy in Africa139B SPC STDS-INTNTL REL N 324-504-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A BUNCHE 3175 CEDERMAN, L. 55 12 4.0Political Science 139B: Nationalism140A CONGRESS N 324-533-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3175 SNOWISS, L.M. 55 13 4.0140B THE PRESIDENCY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P LS 2147 JAMES, S.C. 102 13 4.0(formerly numbered Political Science 144).324-534-201 DIS 1A T 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1256 17 0.0324-534-202 DIS 1B T 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1278 17 0.0324-534-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3120 17 0.0324-534-204 DIS 1D R 9:00- 9:50A DODD 67 17 0.0324-534-205 DIS 1E R 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1270 17 0.0324-534-206 DIS 1F R 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2292 17 0.0141B PUB OPIN&VTNG BEHAV N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P MS 4000A ZALLER, J.R. 102 15 4.0(formerly Poli Sci 141)324-538-201 DIS 1A T 3:30- 4:20P PUB POL 2325 17 0.0324-538-202 DIS 1B T 4:30- 5:20P PUB POL 2284 17 0.0324-538-203 DIS 1C W 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 110 17 0.0324-538-204 DIS 1D R 11:00-11:50A DODD 67 17 0.0324-538-205 DIS 1E R 12:00-12:50P DODD 67 17 0.0324-538-206 DIS 1F R 1:00- 1:50P DODD 67 17 0.0M141D MASS MEDIA&ELECTNS N ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A HAINES 118 NYBLOM, L.A. 102 03 4.0SAME AS : COM STD M161324-541-201 DIS 1A M 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2173 15 0.0324-541-202 DIS 1B M 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2174 15 0.0324-541-203 DIS 1C M 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2173 15 0.0324-541-204 DIS 1D M 2:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1329 15 0.0324-541-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A BUNCHE 2173 15 0.0324-541-206 DIS 1F W 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 2173 15 0.0142A POLITICAL PARTIES N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 247 PETROCIK, J.R. 60 07 4.0324-545-201 DIS 1A M 4:00- 4:50P CAMPBEL 2226 20 0.0324-545-202 DIS 1B M 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3114 20 0.0324-545-203 DIS 1C W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1256 20 0.0324-545-204 DIS 1D W 11:00-11:50A HAINES 146 17 0.0324-545-205 DIS 1E W 12:00-12:50P CAMPBEL 2226 17 0.0324-545-206 DIS 1F W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3288 17 0.0146B BURCRACY&PUBLC MGMT Y 324-566-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1222 DESVEAUX, J.A. 85 09 4.0146E NTL PLC DVLP&IMPLMT Y 324-573-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3175 DESVEAUX, J.A. 55 05 4.0Political Science 146E: Environmental Politics146F POLTCS&ETHICS&BUSNS Y 324-580-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 4660 LOHMANN, S. 40 07 4.0149 AMRCN GOVT&POLITICS N 324-575-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A KINSEY 169 HENNIG, R.A. 100 12 4.0Political Science 149, lecture 1: The Courts and Social Policy----------- LEC 2 TR 11:00-12:15P FRANZ 1260 ROSECRANCE, B. 102 13 4.0Political Science 149, lecture 2: Fundamental Rights and the Court324-575-211 DIS 2A T 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2319 17 0.0324-575-212 DIS 2B T 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2317 17 0.0324-575-213 DIS 2C R 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 110 17 0.0324-575-214 DIS 2D R 1:00- 1:50P DANCE 103 17 0.0324-575-215 DIS 2E R 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2319 17 0.0324-575-216 DIS 2F R 4:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1278 17 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 POLITICAL SCIENCE / 131CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS324-575-230 LEC 3 TR 9:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 4660 MENES, R. 50 12 4.0Political Science 149, lecture 3: City Politics324-575-240 LEC 4 MW 12:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2270 HAN, L.A. 50 05 4.0Political Science 149, lecture 4: Media Agenda Setting324-575-250 LEC 5 TR 3:30- 5:20P PERLOFF 1102 FRYMER, P. 55 16 4.0Political Science 149, lecture 5: Class and Race in American Political Development151A AFRICA-GOVT&POLITCS N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:15P PUB POL 2214 KELLER, E. 60 04 G 4.0324-593-201 DIS 1A M 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3288 20 0.0324-593-202 DIS 1B M 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 2288 20 0.0324-593-203 DIS 1C W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1270 20 0.0153A W EUROPE GOVT&PLTCS Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 2214 JESSE, N.G. 60 12 4.0324-602-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A CAMPBEL 2226 20 0.0324-602-202 DIS 1B T 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1256 20 0.0324-602-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A BUNCHE A152 20 0.0154A GOV&POL-MIDDL AMER N 324-605-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P KNUDSEN 1220B BURGESS, K. 125 14 4.0Political Science 154A: Mexican Politics156A POST-COMUNST RUSSIA N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2250 ANDERSON, R.D. 60 15 4.0324-617-201 DIS 1A R 12:00-12:50P DANCE 103 20 0.0324-617-202 DIS 1B R 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3119 20 0.0324-617-203 DIS 1C R 4:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1284 20 0.0157 PLTCS IN MIDLE EAST N 324-622-200 LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 2250 RASHID, S. 60 09 4.0160 GOVT&POLITICS-JAPAN Y ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P KNUDSEN 1200B THIES, M.F. 80 07 4.0324-629-201 DIS 1A M 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3165 13 0.0324-629-202 DIS 1B M 5:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3288 13 0.0324-629-203 DIS 1C W 11:00-11:50A HAINES 20 13 0.0324-629-204 DIS 1D W 12:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3165 13 0.0324-629-205 DIS 1E W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3173 13 0.0324-629-206 DIS 1F W 4:00- 4:50P CAMPBEL 2226 13 0.0169 SPEC STDS-COMP PLTC N 324-699-200 LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1222 BURGESS, K. 75 16 4.0Political Science 169: Politics of Globalization194 SLCTD TPCS-POLI SCI N 324-846-201 SEM 1 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-202 SEM 2 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-203 SEM 3 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-204 SEM 4 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-205 SEM 5 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-206 SEM 6 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-207 SEM 7 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-208 SEM 8 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-209 SEM 9 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT324-846-210 SEM 10 UNSCHED 0 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTFor Political Science 195B, permission to enroll will be limted to the students who were enrolled in Political Science 195A in Fall 1997.195B HONORS SEM&THESIS N 324-852-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3157 BAWN, K. 21 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC197A POLITICAL THEORY N 324-863-200 SEM 1 W 6:00- 8:50P BUNCHE 3288 WOLFENSTEIN, E.V. 15 23 4.0Political Science C197A, seminar 1: Platonic Dialectic and Spiritual Liberation324-863-220 SEM 2 T 4:00- 6:50P BUNCHE 3288 ROCCO, R.A. 10 15 4.0Political Science C197A, seminar 2: Theorizing Citizenship and Civil Society in Transnational ContextC197C POLITICS N 324-871-200 SEM 1 R 3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE 3288 SNOWISS, L.M. 12 16 4.0Political Science C197C, seminar 1: Secrecy and Presidential Power: The Iran-Contra Affair Revisited324-871-220 SEM 2 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 1265 GILLIAM, F.D. 15 09 4.0Political Science C197C, seminar 2: Public Policy Issues in Minority CommunitiesM197G PLTCL ECON-DEVLPMNT N 324-886-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2278 LEDDY, G.S. 0 09 4.0SAME AS : INT DEV M100B, SOCIOL M180201B COLLECTIVE CHOICE N 724-006-200 SEM 1 F 10:00-12:50P BUNCHE 3288 SCHWARTZ, T. 15 03 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS202 MATH FOR POLI SCI N 724-012-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A PUB POL 2325 BAWN, K. 30 11 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS204 GAME THEORY-POLITCS N 724-025-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3288 TSEBELIS, G. 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS209 FRML THRY&QUANT MTD N 724-048-200 SEM 1 TR 9:00-10:30A BUNCHE 3288 LONDREGAN, J.B. 15 12 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSPolitical Science 209: Legislative InstitutionsC218 SEL TOPICS POL THRY N 724-101-200 DIS 1 T 4:00- 6:50P BUNCHE 3288 ROCCO, R.A. 10 15 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSPolitical Science C218: Theorizing Citizenship and Civil Society in Transnational Context219 WRKSHP-POLITCL THRY N 724-115-200 DIS 1 F 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3288 PATEMAN, C. 20 07 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSPolitical Science 219: Democratic Theory220 INTRNTL RLATNS THRY N 724-118-200 DIS 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2150 STEIN, A.A. 15 08 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS231 INTRNTL PLTC ECON 1 N 724-206-200 SEM 1 R 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 1265 PENUBARTI, M.N. 15 16 G 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSC239 INTERNTNL RELATIONS N 724-256-200 DIS 1 T 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 1265 ROSECRANCE, R.N. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSPolitical Science C239: Economics and SecurityOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


132 / PSYCHIATRY AND BIOBEHAVIORAL SCIENCES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS247A SOVIET&RUSSN POLTCS N 724-289-200 SEM 1 M 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3288 ANDERSON, R.D. 15 01 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS251 ECON-STRUCTRL ADJST N 724-321-200 DIS 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 4280 LOFCHIE, M.F. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS259 SEL TOPC-COMPAR POL N 724-365-200 DIS 1 W 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3288 TREISMAN, D.S. 15 02 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSPolitical Science 259: Political and Economic Reform in Post-Communist Countries260A AM POL PARTIES&ELEC N 724-372-200 DIS 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1278 ZALLER, J.R. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSC264 POLITICS & SOCIETY N 724-400-200 DIS 1 R 10:00-12:50P BUNCHE 1265 GILLIAM, F.D. 16 14 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS272 POL ENVIRN-FED EXEC N 724-450-200 DIS 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3288 ABERBACH, J.D. 15 08 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS275 AMER PLTCL INSTTTNS N 724-480-200 SEM 1 T 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3288 SINCLAIR, B.L. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: POLITICAL SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTSPolitical Science 275: U.S. CongressM291A SOCL THRY&CMPR HIST N 724-562-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2173 BRENNER, R.P. 5 30 4.0SAME AS : HIST M203A, SOCIOL M296APSYCHIATRY AND BIOBEHAVIORAL SCIENCES98B MADNESS-ENLIGHTNMNT N 326-192-200 SEM 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 42081E WEINER, D.B. 13 13 4.0Psychiatry 98P meets in room 3200 of Medical Plaza 300.98P RECVRY FROM MADNESS N 326-275-200 SEM 1 W 1:00- 3:50P MP 300 LIBERMAN, R.P. 16 06 4.098R PSYCHIATRIC THOUGHT N 326-277-200 SEM 1 T 8:00-10:50A NPI&H C8177 SATTIN, A. 16 11 G 4.0M180A CONT PRB-MNTL RETRD N 326-780-200 LEC 1 TR 5:00- 6:50P SLICHTR 2834 GALBRAITH, G.C. 5 30 4.0SAME AS : PSYCH M180ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM181A RSH PROB-MNTL RETRD N 326-786-200 LAB 1 R 3:00- 4:50P MS 5233 FLUHARTY, A.L. 5 30 T1 4.0SAME AS : PSYCH M181ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT185 URBAN STUDENT EDUC N 326-674-200 LEC 1 T 10:00-12:50P HLTHSCI KENNON, T.L. 30 30 6.0M190 ETHOLGY-PHYSIO BEHV N 326-840-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P NPI&H 68236 SOLTYSIK, S.S. 10 15 4.0SAME AS : PSYCH M119JM192B HLTH OUTREACH ISSUE N ----------- DIS 1 TBA HLTHSCI KENNON, T.L. 5 30 2.0/ 4.0SAME AS : MED M190B326-851-201 FLD 1A TBA OFF CAM KENNON, T.L. 5 0.0M203 MOLECULAR NEUROBIOL N 726-020-200 LEC 1 TR 10:30-11:50A NPI&H 68236 WATSON, J.B. 10 30 G 4.0SAME AS : NEUROSC M203RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM204 CELL&MOL DEV NROBIO N 726-025-200 LEC 1 TBA HARTENSTEIN, V. 25 30 4.0SAME AS : NEURBIO M204, NEUROSC M204, PHYSIOL M204RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT207A 0YPNOSIS SEMINAR N 726-032-200 SEM 1 R 12:00- 1:50P NPI&H C8872 STOLAR, D.S. 25 16 SU 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT208B CLINICAL NEUROPSYCH N 726-045-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 4:30P NPI&H 58261A ASARNOW, R.F. 25 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM214 CRS-CLT-SCLZTN&CHLD N 726-062-200 LEC 1 R 9:00-11:50A HAINES 312 WEISNER, T.S. 5 12 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M236PRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT223B MMPI SEM&CASE CONF N 726-086-200 SEM 1 W 6:00- 7:50P NPI&H C8538 MARTIN, D.J. 25 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT226B CHLDHD PSYCHOPTHLGY N 726-098-200 SEM 1 F 1:30- 2:50P NPI&H 58261A SIGMAN, M.D. 25 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT231 HISPAN MNTL HLT ISS N 726-136-200 LEC 1 R 10:00-11:50A NPI&H C8177 MORALES, A. 25 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM234 AFFECTIVE DISORDERS N 726-165-200 SEM 1 W 2:30- 4:50P FRANZ 2220 HAMMEN, C.L. 5 09 2.0/ 4.0SAME AS : PSYCH M280RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT236B PSYCH INTERN SEMINR N 726-189-200 SEM 1 F 12:00- 1:50P NPI&H 68236 SENA, R.E. 25 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT243B MENTAL RETARDATION N 726-293-200 LEC 1 TBA DYKENS, E.M. 25 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM251 MENTL HLTH SERVICES N 726-387-200 LEC 1 T 5:00- 7:50P HLTHSCI 61269 VALDEZ, R.O. 5 20 G 4.0SAME AS : HLT SER M249JRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT254 FAMLYS&SPECL CHLDRN N 726-412-200 LEC 1 R 10:00-11:50A MP 300 SAMMONS, C. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT257B COMMUNICTN DISORDRS N 726-430-200 LEC 1 TBA BALTAXE, C.A. 25 30 3.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT259 ISS-VULNRBL POPLTNS N 726-434-200 LEC 1 TBA NPI&H TYMCHUK, A.J. 10 30 3.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT261 ADLSCNT PSYCHOPHARM N 726-450-200 SEM 1 M 12:15- 1:15P MP 300 RAO, U. 10 20 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM266 ADVANCED MRI N 726-476-200 LEC 1 TBA COHEN, M.S. 10 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BMEDPHY M266, NEUROSC M267RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM270 NEURAL BASIS-MEMORY N 726-479-200 LEC 1 TBA WOODY, C.D. 10 30 4.0SAME AS : NEUROSC M273RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM272 PSYCHOLOGCAL ANTHRO N 726-483-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 312 EDGERTON, R.B. 5 16 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M234QRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT275B SOCIOBIOLOGY SEMINR N 726-488-200 SEM 1 TBA MCGUIRE, M.T. 25 30 T2 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 PSYCHOLOGY / 133CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSM279B REPROD&FAMILY&PARNT N 726-493-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P DODD 67 BLURTONJONES, N.G. 5 08 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M229B, EDUC M281BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT281 BHVRL THRPY-ED STNG N 726-498-200 LAB 1 TBA NPI&H FORNESS, S.R. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM282 ANTHRO-HUMAN BODY N 726-503-200 SEM 1 F 9:00-11:50A HAINES 312 BROWNER, C. 5 03 G 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M234TRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM286B STATS-PSYCTRC RSRCH N 726-522-200 SEM 1 W 10:00-11:30A NPI&H C8872 BELIN, T.R. 25 30 G 2.0SAME AS : BIOSTAT M206BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM289 INTRVNTN-REDUCE HIV N 726-531-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-11:50A OFF CAM ROTHERAM-BORUS, M. 10 02 G 4.0SAME AS : COM HLT M299RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT291B BEHAVIORAL BIO-RAGE N 726-544-200 SEM 1 T 4:00- 5:50P NPI&H B8267 MCGUIRE, M.T. 14 30 T2 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT295B SEM-SUBSTANCE ABUSE N 726-561-200 SEM 1 M 10:00-11:50A OFF CAM ANGLIN, M.D. 25 01 SU 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT402 JOURNAL CLUB N 726-606-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 2:50P OFF CAM ANGLIN, M.D. 25 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT429 CHILD OUTPATIENT TM N 726-665-200 DIS 1 M 11:30-12:50P NPI&H 68236 YASUDA, P. 25 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM472B NRSNG-DISABLD CHILD N 726-756-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P MP 300 BETZ, C.L. 25 30 4.0SAME AS : NURSING M410BRESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT482 CHLD ANXTY&DEPRESSN N 726-771-200 LAB 1 TBA NPI&H PIACENTINI, J.C. 10 30 G 3.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTPSYCHOLOGYAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.10 INTRODUCTORY PSYCH N 328-056-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P FRANZ 1178 HOLMAN, E.W. 300 08 4.0328-056-201 LEC 2 MW 8:00- 9:50A HAINES 39 WOOLF, N.J. 300 01 4.015 INTRO PSYCHOBIOLOGY N 328-081-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A FRANZ 1178 KNOWLTON, B. 290 12 4.041 PSYCHOLGCL STATSTCS Y 328-135-200 LEC 1 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 1260 COMREY, A.L. 125 06 4.0RESTRICT: PREPSY,PRECOG,PREPSYBIO,LIN&PSY,AFROThe Psychology Department will cancel your enrollment in the class and from the wait list of Psychology 42 if you do not attend the first week of your ASSIGNED lab section.42 RESEARCH METH-PSYCH Y Y ----------- LEC 1 M 1:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1178 FIRSTENBERG, I. 240 30 6.0RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE & PREPSY,PRECOG,PREPSYBIO,LIN&PSY,AFROIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Psychology 42Y 328-138-201 LAB 1A TR 8:00- 9:50A FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-202 LAB 1B TR 10:00-11:50A FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-203 LAB 1C TR 12:00- 1:50P FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-204 LAB 1D TR 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-205 LAB 1E TR 4:00- 5:50P FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-206 LAB 1F WF 8:00- 9:50A FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-207 LAB 1G WF 10:00-11:50A FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-208 LAB 1H WF 12:00- 1:50P FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-209 LAB 1I WF 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-210 LAB 1J WF 4:00- 5:50P FRANZ 2527 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-211 LAB 1K TR 9:00-10:50A FRANZ 1354 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-212 LAB 1L TR 11:00-12:50P FRANZ 1354 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-213 LAB 1M TR 1:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1354 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-214 LAB 1N WF 9:00-10:50A FRANZ 1354 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0Y 328-138-215 LAB 1O WF 11:00-12:50P FRANZ 1354 FIRSTENBERG, I. 12 0.0M107 ASIA AMRC&MNTL HLTH N 328-327-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BOELTER 3400 TAKEUCHI, D. 60 14 4.0SAME AS : ASIA AM M117110 FUND OF LEARNING N Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P FRANZ 1178 BALLEINE, B.W. 300 13 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Psychology 110Psychology 110 discussion sections do not meet during the first week of class.Y 328-336-201 DIS 1A M 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-336-202 DIS 1B M 3:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-336-203 DIS 1C T 8:00- 8:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-336-204 DIS 1D T 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-336-205 DIS 1E W 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-336-206 DIS 1F W 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-336-207 DIS 1G R 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-336-208 DIS 1H R 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-336-209 DIS 1I F 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ A279 25 0.0Y 328-336-210 DIS 1J F 10:00-10:50A FRANZ A279 25 0.0Y 328-336-211 DIS 1K F 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-336-212 DIS 1L F 3:00- 3:50P FRANZ 3534 25 0.0115 BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCI N Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P FRANZ 1178 BUTCHER, L.L. 300 14 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Psychology 115Psychology 115 discussion sections do not meet during the first week of class.Y 328-350-201 DIS 1A T 10:00-10:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-350-202 DIS 1B T 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-350-203 DIS 1C T 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-350-204 DIS 1D T 3:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-350-205 DIS 1E W 10:00-10:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-350-206 DIS 1F W 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-350-207 DIS 1G W 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


134 / PSYCHOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSY 328-350-208 DIS 1H W 3:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-350-209 DIS 1I F 8:00- 8:50A FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-350-210 DIS 1J F 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-350-211 DIS 1K F 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-350-212 DIS 1L F 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 3534 25 0.0M117B MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCI Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1260 PAYNE, G.S. 12 15 5.0SAME AS : MCD BIO M175B, NEUROSC M101B, PHY SCI M180BFor Psychology M117B, there will be two exams on the following evenings from 5 to 7 p.m.: Monday, January 26, and Tuesday, February 17, 1998.328-330-201 DIS 1A F 9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0328-330-202 DIS 1B F 10:00-10:50A GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0328-330-203 DIS 1C F 11:00-11:50A GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0328-330-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P GEOLOGY 6704 3 0.0M117K CENTRL NERVOUS SSTM Y ----------- LEC 1 M 9:00- 9:50A KNUDSEN 1200B SCHEIBEL, A.B. 15 02 4.0R 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1260SAME AS : NEUROSC M102328-389-201 LAB 1A M 10:00-11:50A HLTHSCI 63125 SCHEIBEL, A.B. 15 0.0For the first telephone pass, all 119 courses (except 119DH) are restricted to Psychobiology and Neuroscience majors. Pre-psychobiology and Psychology majors may enroll on the secondtelephone pass, space permitting.119D BEHAVIORL PHARMACOL N 328-374-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:30P FRANZ A279 ELLISON, G.D. 25 15 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCHOBIOLOGY,NEUROSCIENCE119DH BHVRL PHARMCLG-HNRS N 328-375-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:30P FRANZ A279 ELLISON, G.D. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT119E STRESS&BODILY DSEAS N 328-376-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A GEOLOGY 4645 GRIJALVA, C.V. 30 12 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCHOBIOLOGY,NEUROSCIENCEM119J ETHOLGY-PHYSIO BEHV N 328-381-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P NPI&H 68236 SOLTYSIK, S.S. 30 15 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M190RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCHOBIOLOGY,NEUROSCIENCE120 COGNITIVE PSYCH N Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A DICKSON 2160E BJORK, R.A. 300 12 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Psychology 120Psychology 120 discussion sections do not meet during the first week of class.Y 328-384-201 DIS 1A M 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-384-202 DIS 1B M 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-384-203 DIS 1C M 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-384-204 DIS 1D T 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-384-205 DIS 1E T 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 3534 25 0.0Y 328-384-206 DIS 1F W 8:00- 8:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-384-207 DIS 1G W 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-384-208 DIS 1H R 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-384-209 DIS 1I R 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 1571 25 0.0Y 328-384-210 DIS 1J F 11:00-11:50A FRANZ A279 25 0.0Y 328-384-211 DIS 1K F 12:00-12:50P FRANZ A279 25 0.0Y 328-384-212 DIS 1L F 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ A279 25 0.0121 LAB-COGNITIVE PSYCH N 328-387-200 LAB 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P FRANZ A258 HOLYOAK, K. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCH,PSYCHOBIO,COG SCI,LING&PSYCH328-387-201 LAB 2 MW 10:00-11:50A FRANZ A258 OLZAK, L.A. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCH,PSYCHOBIO,COG SCI,LING&PSYCH124A SENSATION&PERCEPTN N 328-394-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A FRANZ A279 THOMAS, J.P. 40 12 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE127 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY Y 328-408-200 LEC 1 WF 1:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1178 CRASKE, M. 300 06 4.0328-408-201 LEC 2 TR 9:30-10:45A KNUDSEN 1220B BAKER, B.L. 150 30 4.0129D PERSONALITY N 328-423-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A LS 2147 REISE, S.P. 150 04 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEFor the first telephone pass, Psychology 129E is restricted to senior psychology majors. All other seniors may enroll on the second telephone pass.129E HUMAN SEXUALITY N 328-424-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P FRANZ 1178 ABRAMSON, P.R. 350 15 4.0RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS132 LEARNG DISABILITIES N 328-434-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A KINSEY 51 ADELMAN, H.S. 250 12 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE133A ADOLESCENT DVLPMNT Y 328-452-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P MS 4000A JUVONEN, J.H. 150 16 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE133F PSYCH AND EDUCATION Y 328-463-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:20P KNUDSEN 1220B STIGLER, J.W. 150 08 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEFor enrollment in Psychology 133X and 133Y please consult with the Infant Development Director, Cathy Tsao, in Franz 1615.133X APPLIED DEVLP PSYCH Y 328-443-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:30P FRANZ 3534 TSAO, C.J. 10 30 PN 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT133Y ADV APPLD DEV PSYCH Y 328-444-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:30P FRANZ A279 TSAO, C.J. 10 30 PN 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT135 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY N Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P WGYOUNG CS50 PELHAM, B. 300 15 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Psychology 135Psychology 135 discussion sections do not meet during the first week of class.Y 328-466-201 DIS 1A M 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-202 DIS 1B M 10:00-10:50A FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-203 DIS 1C T 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-204 DIS 1D T 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-205 DIS 1E W 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-206 DIS 1F W 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-207 DIS 1G R 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-208 DIS 1H R 10:00-10:50A FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-209 DIS 1I F 8:00- 8:50A FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-210 DIS 1J F 9:00- 9:50A FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-211 DIS 1K F 1:00- 1:50P FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Y 328-466-212 DIS 1L F 2:00- 2:50P FRANZ 1571 24 0.0Psychology 135, Discussion 1m, will be an honors section. Enrollment procedures for this section will be discussed at the first lecture meeting.Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 PSYCHOLOGY / 135CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSY 328-466-213 DIS 1M TBA FRANZ PELHAM, B. 12 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTStudents enrolling in Psychology 136A must have completed Psychology 135.136A SOCIAL PSYCH LAB N 328-475-200 LAB 1 TR 10:00-12:50P FRANZ 3534 TAYLOR, S.E. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCH, PSYCHOBIOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCI136C SURVEY METHDS-PSYCH Y ----------- LEC 1 M 3:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 4216 SIDANIUS, J. 48 08 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCH, PSYCHOBIOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCI328-476-201 LAB 1A M 6:00- 8:50P TBA 8 0.0328-476-202 LAB 1B T 3:00- 5:50P TBA 8 0.0328-476-203 LAB 1C T 6:00- 8:50P TBA 8 0.0328-476-204 LAB 1D W 6:00- 8:50P TBA 8 0.0328-476-205 LAB 1E R 3:00- 5:50P TBA 8 0.0328-476-206 LAB 1F R 6:00- 8:50P TBA 8 0.0137I INTPRS INFL&SCL PWR N 328-506-200 LEC 1 MW 9:30-10:45A FRANZ A279 RAVEN, B.H. 40 02 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEFor Psychology 170B, students work with autistic children at <strong>UCLA</strong> and in the community.170B FLDWK-BEHAV MODIFCT N 328-610-200 FLD 1 M 3:00- 4:50P FRANZ 2258A WYNN, J.W. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT170C ADV FLDWRK-BHVR MOD N 328-611-200 FLD 1 M 4:00- 5:50P FRANZ 5552 WYNN, J.W. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTFor Psychology 171A, students work with autistic children at <strong>UCLA</strong> and in the community.171A ADV FLDWRK-BHVR MOD N 328-613-200 FLD 1 M 4:00- 5:50P FRANZ 5552 WYNN, J.W. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT171B BEHAVRL INTERVENTNS N 328-614-200 FLD 1 T 5:00- 5:50P FRANZ 5552 WYNN, J.W. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTStudents interested in Psych 174 must be enrolled by Thursday of the first week of class. If you are on a wait list, you must obtain a PTE number (space permitting) from the instructor ofTA by Thursday, after which they will NOT be issued.174 INTRPERS PROC ANALY N ----------- LEC 1 W 3:00- 4:50P FRANZ 2258A GOODMAN, G.M. 63 09 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCH, PSYCHOBIOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCI328-622-201 LAB 1A F 9:30-11:50A FRANZ 2268 9 0.0328-622-202 LAB 1B F 10:00-12:20P FRANZ 3621C 9 0.0328-622-203 LAB 1C F 10:30-12:50P FRANZ 1571 9 0.0328-622-204 LAB 1D F 11:00- 1:20P BUNCHE 2173 9 0.0328-622-205 LAB 1E F 11:30- 1:50P BUNCHE 2174 9 0.0328-622-206 LAB 1F F 12:00- 2:20P FRANZ 2268 9 0.0328-622-207 LAB 1G F 12:30- 2:50P FRANZ 3621C 9 0.0Students enrolling in Psychology 175 must have completed Psychology 10 and 127.175 COMMUNTY PSYCHOLOGY N 328-625-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 118 MYERS, H.F. 150 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEStudents enrolling in 175H must meet department or college honors requirements.175H COMMUNTY PSYCH-HNRS N 328-626-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 118 MYERS, H.F. 15 30 4.0W 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 2288RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT178 HUMAN MOTIVATION N 328-634-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P MOORE 100 WEINER, B. 300 15 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEOnly students in the Developmental Disabilities Immersion Program Concentration are eligible for Psychology M180A.M180A CONT PRB-MNTL RETRD N 328-640-200 LEC 1 TR 5:00- 7:50P FRANZ A279 GALBRAITH, G.C. 50 30 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M180ARESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTOnly students in the Developmental Diasblilties Immersion Program Concentration are eligible for Psychology M181A.M181A RSH PROB-MNTL RETRD N 328-646-200 LAB 1 R 3:00- 4:50P MS 5233 FLUHARTY, A.L. 50 30 T1 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M181ARESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT186A COG SCI-THRY&SIMULT N 328-668-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P FRANZ A258 CHENG, P. 16 06 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE & PSYCH, PSYCHOBIOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCIPsych 187B: Students enrolling in Psychology 187B must have completed Psychology 187A.187B ADVANCED PSYCH&LAW N 328-660-200 LEC 1 WF 1:00- 2:30P BUNCHE 2209A GEISELMAN, R.E. 175 06 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE190A HONORS COURSE N 328-681-200 TUT 1 W 3:00- 4:30P FRANZ 3534 PELHAM, B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT190B HONORS COURSE N 328-682-200 TUT 1 W 3:00- 4:30P FRANZ 3534 PELHAM, B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT190C HONORS COURSE N 328-683-200 TUT 1 W 3:00- 4:30P FRANZ 3534 PELHAM, B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT197 CURRNT ISSUES-PSYCH N 328-779-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P OFF CAM BAKER, B.L. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTPsychology 197, lecture 1: Research Methods in Developmental Psychopathology. Limited to Fernald Interns.328-779-201 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:30A FRANZ 5461 GARNETS, L. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEPsychology 197, lecture 2: Psychology of the Lesbian Experience328-779-202 LEC 3 TR 11:00-12:15P FRANZ A279 FESHBACH, S. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEPsychology 197, lecture 3: Causes, Manifestations, and Control of Human Aggression and Violence328-779-203 LEC 4 T 11:00- 1:50P FRANZ 3621C ABRAMSON, P.R. 15 13 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTPsychology 197, lecture 4: Freud and Popular Culture IIFor Psychology 188, 192, 193, 194 and 199 enrollment procedures, please see the Undergradutate Advising Office, 1531 Franz Hall.200A ANIMAL LEARNG&BEHVR N 728-004-200 LEC 1 MW 12:30- 1:50P FRANZ 6461 FANSELOW, M. 20 05 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS201 LEARNING AND BEHAVR N 728-008-200 DIS 1 F 12:30- 1:50P FRANZ 6461 FANSELOW, M. 15 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS212 RSCH LIT-PHYSL PSYC N 728-073-200 LEC 1 T 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 8461C THE STAFF 15 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS220B RSRCH-SOCIAL PSYCH N 728-121-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FRANZ 5461 COLLINS, B.E. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


136 / RADIATION ONCOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS222B INFLUENCE&SOCL POWR N 728-142-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A FRANZ 5461 RAVEN, B.H. 15 12 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS225 CRTCL PRBLM SOC PSY N 728-156-200 SEM 1 T 9:00-11:50A FRANZ 5461 HARDIN, C.L. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 225, seminar 1: Social Relationships and Cognition226B CRNT LIT-SOCL PSYCH N 728-158-200 DIS 1 R 12:00- 1:20P FRANZ 5461 HARDIN, C.D. 20 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS227 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY N 728-163-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P FRANZ 5461 DUNKEL-SCHETTER, C 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS240B DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH N 728-224-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P FRANZ 2288 AU, T.K. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS241 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH N 728-231-200 DIS 1 T 2:00- 3:15P FRANZ 2288 STIGLER, J.W. 25 30 1.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS244 CRIT PROB-DEVEL PSY N 728-256-200 SEM 1 M 2:30- 5:30P FRANZ 6461 GELMAN, R. 20 08 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 244: Conceptual Change and Cognitive Development250B ADV PSYCHO STATISTI N 728-301-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A FRANZ 2258A WOODWARD, J.A. 50 04 4.0TR 8:00- 8:50A FRANZ A279RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS251A RESEARCH METHODS N 728-306-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED WICKENS, T.D. 45 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS252B DISCRT MULTIVR ANLY N 728-314-200 LEC 1 WR 2:00- 3:20P FRANZ 6461 WICKENS, T.D. 15 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS253 FACTOR ANALYSIS N 728-318-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A FRANZ 3621C COMREY, A.L. 15 12 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS254B CLUSTER ANALYSIS N 728-326-200 LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P FRANZ 6461 HOLMAN, E.W. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS260B PROSEM-COGNITIV PSY N 728-361-200 SEM 1 F 3:00- 4:30P FRANZ 6461 ENGEL, S.A. 25 30 SU 1.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS265 THINKING N 728-390-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:30P FRANZ 3621C HOLYOAK, K. 15 06 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS269 SEM-COGNITIVE PSYCH N 728-416-200 SEM 1 TR 11:00-12:15P FRANZ 6461 HUMMEL, J.E. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 269: Visuo-spatial ReasoningPsychology 270B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.270B FOUNDATN-CLIN PSYCH N 728-422-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-11:50A FRANZ 2220 LOPEZ, S.R. 15 12 4.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 271B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.271B CLNCL PSYCHO MTHDS N 728-427-200 LAB 1 T 1:00- 2:30P FRANZ 2220 LOPEZ, S.R. 15 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 273B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.273B PROF&ETHC-CLNC PSYC N 728-442-200 LEC 1 TBA FRANZ WATERMAN, J.M. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSM280 AFFECTIVE DISORDERS N 728-483-200 SEM 1 W 2:30- 4:50P FRANZ 2220 HAMMEN, C.L. 12 09 2.0/ 4.0SAME AS : PSYCTRY M234RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 289B is limited to first-year graduate students in clinical psychology. The course meets every other week. The first meeting will be Tuesday, January 13.289B CUR ISS-CLNCL PSYCH N 728-535-200 DIS 1 T 12:00-12:50P FRANZ CRASKE, M. 10 30 T2 1.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 728-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED NO FAC WICKENS, T.D. 80 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 401 is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.401 FLDWRK-CLINCL PSYCH N 728-601-200 FLD 1 TBA HAMMEN, C.L. 75 30 1.0-12.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS402 CLINCL RSRCH PRCTCM N 728-607-200 FLD 1 TBA FRANZ REPETTI, R.L. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS728-607-201 FLD 2 TBA FRANZ YEE-BRADBURY, C.M. 10 20 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS403 SPC TPC STDY COURSE N 728-606-200 DIS 1 TBA FRANZ WATERMAN, J.M. 0 20 SU 1.0- 4.0Psychology 410B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.410B CLIN TCHNG&SUPRVISN N 728-661-200 CLI 1 F 1:00- 3:50P FRANZ 1221 WATERMAN, J.M. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS410E CLNCL ASSESS SPRVSN N 728-664-200 CLI 1 R 10:00-11:50A FRANZ 2176 MILLER, E.N. 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS421 RSRCH-SOCIAL PSYCH N 728-681-200 DIS 1 T 11:30-12:50P FRANZ 4537 TAYLOR, S.E. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS728-681-201 DIS 2 T 10:00-11:50A FRANZ 2268 HARDIN, C.D. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS728-681-202 DIS 3 R 5:30- 7:20P FRANZ 7573 HARDIN, C.D. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTUndergraduates interested in Psychology 425 may enroll by PTE.425 HLTH PSYCH LECT SRS N 728-685-200 LEC 1 W 12:00-12:50P FRANZ 5461 KEMENY, M. 25 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSPsychology 451 is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.451 INTERNSHP-CLIN PSYC N 728-700-200 FLD 1 UNSCHED HAMMEN, C.L. 20 30 SU 6.0-12.0RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSRADIATION ONCOLOGY98 RADIATION&MEDICINE N 331-100-200 SEM 1 M 1:30- 4:20P HLTHSCI IV365 NORMAN, A. 17 05 4.0ROMANCE LINGUISTICS AND LITERATUREAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this interdepartmental program, consult the Romance Linguistics and Literature Program, 2326 Murphy Hall.Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES / 137CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS202B HISTORICAL ROMANCE Y 733-007-200 SEM 1 T 1:00- 3:50P ROLFE 4330 PARODI-LEWIN, C. 0 15 4.0SCANDINAVIAN SECTIONAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.2 ELEMENTARY SWEDISH Y 218-006-200 DIS 1 MTWR 10:00-10:50A THE STAFF 15 03 4.05 INTERMED SWEDISH Y 218-015-200 DIS 1 TBA MASSENGALE, J.R. 10 30 4.012 ELEM NORWEGIAN Y 218-036-200 DIS 1 MTWR 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 20 NORSENG, M.K. 10 07 4.050 INTRO TO SCAND LIT N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P LS 2142 TANGHERLINI, T.R. 50 14 4.0Scandinavian 50 (in translation)218-150-201 DIS 1A W 10:00-10:50A BOELTER 5280 17 0.0218-150-202 DIS 1B W 11:00-11:50A 17 0.0218-150-203 DIS 1C W 12:00-12:50P HAINES 146 16 0.0142 SCNDNVN LIT-19 CENT N 218-553-200 DIS 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P HAINES 127 MASSENGALE, J.R. 30 15 4.0C146 KIERKEGRD&EXISTENTL N 218-577-200 DIS 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 122 MASSENGALE, J.R. 30 13 4.0Scandinavian C146 (in translation)C185 SEM-SCANDNAVIAN LIT N 218-815-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 2135 SHIDELER, R.P. 15 09 4.0Scandinavian C185: PoetryC186 WOMEN-SCANDINVN LIT N 218-820-200 DIS 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BUNCHE 2156 NORSENG, M.K. 20 14 4.0187 FILM-BERGMAN&OTHERS N 218-825-200 DIS 1 M 1:00- 4:50P DODD 78 TANGHERLINI, T.R. 20 05 4.0C253 KIERKEGRD&EXISTENTL N 618-319-200 DIS 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 122 MASSENGALE, J.R. 10 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC265 SEM-SCANDNAVIAN LIT N 618-390-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 2135 SHIDELER, R.P. 5 09 4.0Scandinavian C265: Poetry375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 618-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED NORSENG, M.K. 5 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.Czech102E ADVANCED CZECH N 336-321-200 REC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A HAINES 20 HEIM, M.H. 12 03 4.0Polish102E ADVANCED POLISH N 339-319-200 REC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 184 KOROPECKYJ, R. 15 02 4.0Romanian101E ADVANCED ROMANIAN N 340-314-200 REC 1 TBA GALATEANU, G. 20 20 G 5.0RussianThe Language Laboratory, 190 Powell Library, is open Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.to 9:30 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. The Russian Room, 199Kinsey Hall, is also available for additional help.2 ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN N 341-015-201 REC 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A KINSEY 184 KAGAN, O. 20 09 5.0For Russian 2, recitation 2, two additional hours of individual instruction will be scheduled.341-015-202 REC 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 289 KAGAN, O. 20 09 5.0For Russian 3, recitation 1, two additional hours of individual instruction will be scheduled.3 ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN N 341-025-201 REC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A DANCE 105 KAGAN, O. 20 09 5.05 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIA N 341-041-201 REC 1 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 289 KAGAN, O. 20 09 5.011A SELF-PACED PROG-RUS N 341-078-200 TUT 1 TBA KRESIN, S.C. 10 30 2.011B SELF-PACED PROG-RUS N 341-079-200 TUT 1 TBA KRESIN, S.C. 10 30 2.012A SELF-PACED PROG-RUS N 341-089-200 TUT 1 TBA KRESIN, S.C. 10 30 2.012B SELF-PACED PROG-RUS N 341-090-200 TUT 1 TBA KRESIN, S.C. 10 30 2.013A SELF-PACED PROG-RUS N 341-100-200 TUT 1 TBA KRESIN, S.C. 10 30 2.013B SELF-PACED PROG-RUS N 341-101-200 TUT 1 TBA KRESIN, S.C. 10 30 2.015A ACCELERATED RUSSIAN N 341-104-200 REC 1 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P KINSEY 184 KRESIN, S.C. 15 05 8.025 RUSSIAN NOVEL-TRNSL N 341-125-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A DODD 167 GUTKIN, I. 50 04 4.099B RUSSIAN CVLZTN-20 C N 341-299-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 329 HEIM, M.H. 50 02 4.0101B ADVANCED RUSSIAN Y 341-311-200 REC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A KINSEY 289 KRESIN, S.C. 20 09 5.0F 9:00- 9:50A KINSEY 289102B READG-CONTEMP TEXTS N 341-326-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P KINSEY 184 KAGAN, O. 20 06 4.0108B BUSINESS RUSSIAN N 341-352-200 REC 1 TBA KAGAN, O. 20 20 4.0119 GOLDEN AGE&REALISTS N 341-421-200 LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A KINSEY 184 LENHOFF, G.D. 40 04 4.0124E RUSSIAN LIT-TOLSTOY N 341-449-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P KINSEY 184 HODGSON JR, P.C. 30 15 4.0125 RUSS NVL-EURP SETNG N 341-455-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A KINSEY 230 HODGSON JR, P.C. 40 12 4.0130A INTR-RUSSIAN POETRY N 341-483-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 1329 OSPOVAT, A. 25 12 4.0201B ANLY-RUSSIAN TEXTS N 741-007-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P HAINES 82 YOKOYAMA, O.T. 10 15 G 4.0203 PRACTICM IN RUSSIAN N 741-009-200 REC 1 TBA KAGAN, O. 10 30 SU 2.0211A LIT OF MEDIEVL RUS’ N 741-048-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3131 LENHOFF, G.D. 10 30 G 4.0212A THE GOLDEN AGE N 741-051-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P KINSEY 184 OSPOVAT, A. 10 30 4.0220B MORPHOSYNTAX N 741-096-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HAINES 144 YOKOYAMA, O.T. 10 13 4.0293 SEM-20 CEN RUSS LIT N 741-565-200 SEM 1 R 2:00- 4:50P KINSEY 115D VROON, R.W. 10 16 4.0Serbo-Croatian103B ELEM SERBO-CROATIAN N 342-319-200 REC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P HAINES 144 CORIN, A. 10 04 5.0F 11:00-11:50A HAINES 144Slavic202 INT COMP SLAVIC LIN N 734-012-200 LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P HAINES 20 IVANOV, V. 10 06 4.0230B LIT-CLSSCSM-RMNTCSM N 734-181-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 2:50P KINSEY 115D KOROPECKYJ, R. 10 09 4.0F 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 115D241B ADV OLD CHURCH SLAV N 734-247-200 LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 82 CORIN, A. 10 07 4.0375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 734-620-200 TUT 1 W 3:00- 4:50P KINSEY 184 KAGAN, O. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


138 / SOCIAL WELFARE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSSOCIAL WELFAREM104D PUBLIC POLICY&AGING N 345-327-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1284 VILLA, V.M. 20 15 4.0SAME AS : GRNTLGY M104D201A DYNAMC-HUMAN BEHAVR N 745-006-200 DIS 1 R 2:00- 4:50P KINSEY 51 FRANKE, T.M. 100 30 3.0201B DYNAMC-HUMAN BEHAVR N ----------- LEC 1 T 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1222 HASENFELD, Y. 100 30 G 3.0745-007-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 4357B THE STAFF 25 0.0745-007-202 DIS 1B T 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 25 0.0745-007-203 DIS 1C T 4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 3123 THE STAFF 25 0.0745-007-204 DIS 1D T 4:00- 4:50P DANCE 105 THE STAFF 25 0.0202B DYNAMC-HUMAN BEHAVR N 745-012-201 DIS 1 R 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2355 OLIVERI, M.K. 50 30 2.0203B INTEGRATIVE SEM N 745-020-200 SEM 1 R 10:00-11:50A NPI&H 58261B FRIEND, C. 25 30 2.0205A CROSS CLTRL AWARNSS N 745-029-201 DIS 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2355 DE ANDA, D.S. 25 30 SU 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8:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2325 DUNHAM, L.R. 24 30 2.0241B ADV SOCL WORK METHD N 745-247-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A PUB POL 3343B IGLEHART, A.P. 20 30 4.0M241D SOC ADV/DOM VIOLENC N 745-250-200 LEC 1 T 12:00-12:50P LAW MILLS, L.G. 20 30 G 4.0R 12:00- 1:50P LAW245B SOCL WRK PRCTC RSCH N 745-274-200 DIS 1 M 9:00-11:50A PUB POL 3343B KIRK, S.A. 20 30 4.0281B ADV SOC WELF RSRCH N 745-486-200 DIS 1 UNSCHED IGLEHART, A.P. 10 30 T2 2.0745-486-201 DIS 2 UNSCHED AGBAYANI-SIEWERT,P 10 30 T2 2.0745-486-202 DIS 3 UNSCHED KIRK, S. 10 30 T2 2.0745-486-203 DIS 4 TBA HASENFELD, Y. 10 30 T2 2.0285B RSCH-SOCIAL WELFARE N 745-511-200 DIS 1 R 2:00- 4:50P MOON, A. 15 30 4.0745-511-201 DIS 2 T 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3150 BENJAMIN, A.E. 25 30 4.0286B SURVEY-RSRCH MTHODS N 745-518-200 DIS 1 M 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2343 LINDSEY, D. 25 30 4.0Soc Wel 290B Section 1: International Social Welfare.290B SEMINAR-SOCIAL WORK N 745-541-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A DODD 154 BECERRA, R. 25 30 4.0M290D WOMEN&HEALTH&AGING N 745-543-200 LEC 1 R 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similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.1 INTRODUCTORY SOCIOL N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P WGYOUNG CS76 HALLE, D.J. 320 14 4.0347-002-201 DIS 1A M 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 3118 20 0.0347-002-202 DIS 1B M 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 122 20 0.0347-002-203 DIS 1C M 12:00-12:50P HAINES 127 20 0.0347-002-204 DIS 1D W 9:00- 9:50A MOORE 1003 20 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 SOCIOLOGY / 139CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS347-002-205 DIS 1E M 9:00- 9:50A MOORE 1003 20 0.0347-002-206 DIS 1F T 4:00- 4:50P MS 5225 20 0.0347-002-207 DIS 1G R 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3120 20 0.0347-002-208 DIS 1H T 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 122 20 0.0347-002-209 DIS 1I F 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3112 20 0.0347-002-210 DIS 1J F 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 127 20 0.0347-002-211 DIS 1K F 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 2134 20 0.0347-002-212 DIS 1L F 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3134 20 0.0347-002-213 DIS 1M R 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 122 20 0.0347-002-214 DIS 1N M 10:00-10:50A MS 3915H 20 0.0347-002-215 DIS 1O T 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3115 20 0.0347-002-216 DIS 1P M 9:00- 9:50A DODD 178 20 0.0347-002-217 DIS 1Q T 5:00- 5:50P HAINES 122 20 0.02 CHNG SCTY&MKNG HIST N 347-003-210 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P PUB POL 2270 THE STAFF 75 16 4.04 JOBS AND CAREERS N 347-006-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P PUB POL 2270 THE STAFF 75 14 4.088B LOWER DIVISION SEM N 347-261-200 SEM 1 T 11:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2292 MCFARLAND, D.D. 15 13 4.098T DEMOCRTZTN-S AFRICA N 347-299-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2174 EMERY, A.L. 15 09 G 4.0101 DEVELPMT SOC THEORY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P HAINES 220 LAL, B.B. 150 15 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-303-201 DIS 1A M 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 130 25 0.0347-303-202 DIS 1B T 3:30- 4:30P HAINES 6 25 0.0347-303-203 DIS 1C M 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2325 25 0.0347-303-204 DIS 1D W 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3170 25 0.0347-303-205 DIS 1E W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2319 25 0.0347-303-206 DIS 1F R 1:00- 1:50P MOORE 1003 25 0.0102 CONTEMP SOC THEORY N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 118 THOMPSON, K.A. 150 07 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-313-201 DIS 1A T 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 6 25 0.0347-313-202 DIS 1B T 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 127 25 0.0347-313-203 DIS 1C W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2325 25 0.0347-313-204 DIS 1D M 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2238 25 0.0347-313-205 DIS 1E R 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 6 25 0.0347-313-206 DIS 1F W 12:00-12:50P HAINES 127 25 0.0104 INTRO SOC RSCH MTHD N Y ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 220 HYTREK, G.J. 150 14 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY MAJORSIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Sociology 104Y 347-317-201 DIS 1A T 2:00- 2:50P 25 0.0Y 347-317-202 DIS 1B F 1:00- 1:50P MOORE 1003 25 0.0Y 347-317-203 DIS 1C W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2284 25 0.0Y 347-317-204 DIS 1D W 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 122 25 0.0Y 347-317-205 DIS 1E W 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 6 25 0.0Y 347-317-206 DIS 1F M 3:00- 3:50P HAINES 122 25 0.0104H SOC RSCH MTHD-HONOR N 347-319-200 LEC 1 F 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 131 SZELENYI, I. 20 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTAn intensive writing class is offered for Sociology 106. See listings for English Composition 110W.106 FIELD RSRCH METHODS N 347-326-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1264 FERRIS, K.O. 30 15 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT112 INTRO-MATHEMTCL SOC N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A PUB POL 2238 BONACICH, P. 60 11 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY MAJORS347-344-201 DIS 1A 20 0.0347-344-202 DIS 1B 20 0.0347-344-203 DIS 1C 20 0.0116 SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHY N 347-371-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P PUB POL 2214 CAMPBELL, C.D. 75 15 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORThe prerequisite for Sociology CM124B is Sociology CM124A or Communication Studies M144A.CM124B CONVRSTNL STRCTRS 2 N 347-416-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 110 SCHEGLOFF, E.A. 5 14 4.0SAME AS : COM STD M144BRESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORCM125 TALK&SOCL INSTITTNS N 347-428-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 5:20P HAINES 2 CLAYMAN, S.E. 50 16 4.0SAME AS : COM STD M125RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR127 MIND AND SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A PUB POL 1222 TENHOUTEN, W.D. 75 12 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-440-201 DIS 1A 25 0.0347-440-202 DIS 1B 25 0.0347-440-203 DIS 1C 25 0.0132 SOC PSYCH-APPROACH N ----------- LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P HAINES 220 STEIN, J. 150 07 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-475-201 DIS 1A 25 0.0347-475-202 DIS 1B 25 0.0347-475-203 DIS 1C 25 0.0347-475-204 DIS 1D 25 0.0347-475-205 DIS 1E 25 0.0347-475-206 DIS 1F 25 0.0135 GROUP PROCESSES N 347-494-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P HAINES 18 RICHLIN-KLONSKY, J 100 05 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR143 HUMN HEALTH&SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A HAINES 2 HART, M.N. 75 01 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-535-201 DIS 1A 25 0.0347-535-202 DIS 1B 25 0.0347-535-203 DIS 1C 25 0.0147A SOCIOLOGY OF CRIME N ----------- LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:15P DICKSON 3273 IBARRA, P.R. 75 16 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-577-201 DIS 1A T 5:30- 6:30P BUNCHE 2168 25 0.0347-577-202 DIS 1B W 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3150 25 0.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


140 / SOCIOLOGY WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS347-577-203 DIS 1C R 3:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 2178 25 0.0147B SOCIOL-CRIM JUSTICE N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P HAINES 220 BOYD, E.A. 150 16 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-578-201 DIS 1A 25 0.0347-578-202 DIS 1B 25 0.0347-578-203 DIS 1C 25 0.0347-578-204 DIS 1D 25 0.0347-578-205 DIS 1E 25 0.0347-578-206 DIS 1F 25 0.0148 SOCIO-MENTAL ILLNES N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P KINSEY 51 POLLNER, M. 150 13 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-583-201 DIS 1A 25 0.0347-583-202 DIS 1B 25 0.0347-583-203 DIS 1C 25 0.0347-583-204 DIS 1D 25 0.0347-583-205 DIS 1E 25 0.0347-583-206 DIS 1F 25 0.0151 COMPRTV IMMIGRATION N 347-601-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P PUB POL 2270 WALDINGER, R. 75 15 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR154 RACE&ETHNC-INTRNTNL N 347-619-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2270 GRINBERG, L.L. 75 07 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR158 URBAN SOCIOLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P DODD 121 HASSAN, R.U. 75 16 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-649-201 DIS 1A 25 0.0347-649-202 DIS 1B 25 0.0347-649-203 DIS 1C 25 0.0160 INTERGRP CONF&PREJ N Y 347-661-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 3400 RABOW, J. 150 15 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: Sociology 160M163 GENDER AND WORK N 347-685-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1234 ROTH, B. 70 08 4.0SAME AS : WOMEN M163RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR168 ORGANIZATNS&SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A HAINES 18 ALVAREZ, R. 90 11 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-694-201 DIS 1A 30 0.0347-694-202 DIS 1B 30 0.0347-694-203 DIS 1C 30 0.0170 MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 3:30- 4:45P PUB POL 2214 DIAMOND, T. 75 16 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-698-201 DIS 1A T 5:00- 5:50P HAINES 127 25 0.0347-698-202 DIS 1B W 12:00-12:50P BOELTER 5280 25 0.0347-698-203 DIS 1C R 2:00- 2:50P DODD 178 25 0.0173 ECONOMY AND SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P PUB POL 1222 EMIGH, R.J. 50 14 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-704-201 DIS 1A T 5:00- 5:50P HAINES 6 30 0.0347-704-202 DIS 1B R 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 127 30 0.0347-704-203 DIS 1C W 8:00- 8:50A HAINES 6 30 0.0M175 SOCIOL OF EDUCATION N ----------- LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P PUB POL 1234 ALLEN, W.R. 75 06 4.0SAME AS : EDUC M108RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-708-201 DIS 1A M 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 131 25 0.0347-708-202 DIS 1B M 5:00- 5:50P HAINES 131 25 0.0347-708-203 DIS 1C W 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2232 25 0.0M180 PLTCL ECON-DEVLPMNT N 347-720-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2278 LEDDY, G.S. 5 09 4.0SAME AS : INT DEV M100B, POL SCI M197GRESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR182 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY N ----------- LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A PUB POL 1234 MANN, M. 76 03 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-725-201 DIS 1A M 2:00- 2:50P HAINES 122 25 0.0347-725-202 DIS 1B R 3:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG 4216 25 0.0347-725-203 DIS 1C W 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1234 26 0.0185 AMERICAN SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:15A MS 4000A HALLE, D.J. 90 11 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR347-763-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 122 30 0.0347-763-202 DIS 1B W 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 122 30 0.0347-763-203 DIS 1C R 4:00- 4:50P HAINES 6 30 0.0187 POPUL&SOC-MIDLE EST N 347-783-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P DODD 146 HAKAMI, N.F. 80 05 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR188 EAST ASIA PRE WW II N 347-787-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P HAINES 18 GONG, X. 100 15 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR191 SOCIETY&PLTCS-KOREA N 347-794-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P PERLOFF 1102 SHIN, G. 106 06 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIOR195A SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 347-836-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 2238 BEREZIN, M.M. 40 07 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 195A: Cultural Sociology195B SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 347-837-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P HAINES 6 HASSAN, R.U. 44 15 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 195B: Sociology of Islam195C SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 347-838-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P HAINES 2 MILLER, L. 84 06 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 195C: The Military and Society195D SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 347-839-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P KINSEY 372 RABOW, J. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 195D, lecture 1: Social Psychology of TutoringOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 SOCIOLOGY / 141CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSM196A URBAN POVERTY RSRCH N 347-844-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 360A VIGIL, J.D. 10 16 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M196ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT197A UNDRGRADUAT SEMINAR N 347-846-200 SEM 1 M 10:00-12:50P HAINES 146 BAILEY, K.D. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 197A: Social Ecology197B UNDRGRADUAT SEMINAR N 347-847-200 SEM 1 T 10:00-12:50P HAINES 146 BEREND, Z. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 197B: Ideals of Love in Historical Practice197C UNDRGRADUAT SEMINAR N 347-848-200 SEM 1 W 10:00-12:50P HAINES 110 POLLNER, M. 15 02 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 197C: Social Construction of the Self197D UNDRGRADUAT SEMINAR N 347-849-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A HAINES 146 LAL, B.B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY OR JUNIOR OR SENIORSociology 197D: Chicago School of American Sociology, Symbolic Interaction and the Study of Race and Ethnicity in Cities: A Historical Perspective197E UNDRGRADUAT SEMINAR N 347-850-200 SEM 1 R 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1264 EMERSON, R.M. 25 16 4.0Sociology 197E: Special Topics in Field Research202B STUDIES-CLSCL&CNTMP N 747-019-200 LEC 1 F 1:00- 5:00P HAINES 146 BRUBAKER, W.R. 25 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS208A SOCIAL NTWRK METHDS N 747-048-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P HLTHSCI 62073 BONACICH, P. 15 16 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS210B INTMD STAT MTHDS II N 747-059-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A ROLFE 3118 CAMPBELL, C.D. 15 12 T2 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS211B COMPRTV&HSTRCL MTHD N 747-067-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P HAINES 146 ZEITLIN, M. 15 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS216B SURVEY RSRCH METHOD N 747-097-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 6:00P BUNCHE 2178 TREIMAN, D.M. 20 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS217B ETHNOGRAPHIC FLDWRK N 747-105-200 SEM 1 W 9:00-12:00P ROLFE 3123 MILLER, L. 20 30 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS219A ADV STAT METHODS I N 747-115-200 LEC 1 T 11:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2292 MCFARLAND, D.D. 15 13 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS228B CRIT ISS-MACROSOCLG N 747-169-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-12:00P HAINES 20 MANN, M. 15 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS233 FNDTNS-PLTCL SOCLGY N 747-198-200 LEC 1 M 12:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3165 ROY, W.G. 15 05 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS237 COMPRTV SOCIAL ANLY N 747-223-200 SEM 1 R 5:00- 7:50P HAINES 204 EMIGH, R.J. 15 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS239A SOCIAL STRAT&MOBLTY N 747-238-200 LEC 1 M 3:00- 5:50P HAINES 144 MCFARLAND, D.D. 15 08 T1 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC244B CONVRSTNL STRCTRS 2 N 747-267-200 LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAINES 110 SCHEGLOFF, E.A. 15 14 4.0M 11:00- 1:50P HAINES 232RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS245 CLT SOC-CLSCL&CNTMP N 747-273-200 LEC 1 T 4:00- 6:50P HAINES 82 ALEXANDER, J.C. 10 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC258 TALK&SOCL INSTITTNS N 747-349-200 LEC 1 TR 3:30- 5:20P HAINES 2 CLAYMAN, S.E. 10 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS265 PROB ORGANIZTN THRY N 747-390-200 LEC 1 T 5:00- 7:50P PUB POL 2278 ZUCKER, L.G. 15 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS285B SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 747-509-200 SEM 1 R 9:00-11:50A HAINES 20 LAL, B.B. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSociology 285B: Chicago School of American Sociology, Symbolic Interaction and the Study of Race and Ethnicity in Cities: A Historical Perspective.285C SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 747-510-200 SEM 1 F 10:00-12:50P MOORE 1003 POLLNER, M. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSociology 285C:285D SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 747-511-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P HAINES 144 WACQUANT, L. 10 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSociology 285D: The Body In and Out of Social Theory285E SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 747-512-200 SEM 1 TBA ZEITLIN, M. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTSociology 285E: Sociohistorical Analysis285F SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 747-513-200 SEM 1 TBA ZEITLIN, M. 15 20 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTSociology 285F:285G SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 747-514-200 SEM 1 TBA HERITAGE, J. 10 20 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSociology 285G: Doctor/Patient Interaction285H SPCL TPCS-SOCIOLOGY N 747-515-200 SEM 1 M 3:00- 5:50P HAINES 20 BRUBAKER, W.R. 10 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSociology 285H: Nations and Nationalism IIM286 EVENT HISTORY ANLY N 747-516-200 LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P HAINES 144 MASON, W.M. 10 16 4.0SAME AS : MATH M278H288B MNTL HLTH SRVC-AIDS N 747-526-200 LEC 1 F 1:30- 4:20P ROLFE 3106 GRUSKY, O. 10 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS289B SOCIAL PSYCH SEM N 747-531-200 SEM 1 TBA BONACICH, P. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS290B COMMUNTY&INSTTN SEM N 747-538-200 SEM 1 TBA ZHOU, M. 10 20 T2 2.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS293B ETHNO&PHENOM&OBSERV N 747-559-200 LEC 1 F 1:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3127 HERITAGE, J. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS294B RSCH SEM-MACROSOCLG N 747-565-200 SEM 1 UNSCHED ROY, W.G. 10 30 T2 4.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS295B SEM-QUANT SOCIOL N 747-574-200 SEM 1 TBA MCFARLAND, D.D. 10 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSM296A SOCL THRY&CMPR HIST N 747-580-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE 2173 BRENNER, R.P. 5 30 4.0SAME AS : HIST M203A, POL SCI M291AOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


142 / SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS495B SUPERVISED TEACHING N 747-782-200 LEC 1 KOLLOCK, P.E. 15 30 SU 2.0RESTRICT: SOCIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTSSPANISH AND PORTUGUESEAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.PortugueseZ PORTUGUSE LAB N 350-002-200 LAB 1 TBA SCHAFFER, S.C. 10 30 0.0The Language Lab, 190 Powell Library, is open Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.2 ELEMENTARY PORTUGSE Y 350-008-200 DIS 1 MTWR 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1270 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 03 4.0M44 CIV SPAN AM&BRAZIL N ----------- LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P HAINES 2 SCHUESSLER, M.K. 12 08 4.0SAME AS : SPAN M44350-132-201 DIS 1A R 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1278 3 0.0350-132-202 DIS 1B R 3:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 4645 3 0.0350-132-203 DIS 1C F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1337 3 0.0350-132-204 DIS 1D F 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3126 3 0.0100A PHONOLOGY&MORPHOLGY N 350-302-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3131 QUICOLI, A.C. 13 13 4.0102A INTENSVE PORTUGUESE N 350-313-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00-10:20A ROLFE 4330 ARMSTRONG, P. 15 02 4.0350-313-201 LEC 2 MWF 11:00-12:20P ROLFE 4330 ARMSTRONG, P. 15 04 4.0102B INTENSVE PORTUGUESE N 350-314-200 LEC 1 MWF 9:00-10:30A CAMPBEL 2226 SCHAFFER, S.C. 15 02 4.0350-314-201 LEC 2 TBA SCHAFFER, S.C. 15 20 4.0350-314-202 LEC 3 MWF 11:00-12:30P MS 5217 SCHAFFER, S.C. 15 04 4.0M118A PORT&SPAN-PHONOLOGY N 350-409-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3119 PLANN, S.J. 5 13 4.0SAME AS : SPAN M118A130A BRAZIL LIT&IDENTITY N 350-464-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P MS 5203 ARMSTRONG, P. 15 06 4.0C135 20C BRAZILIAN LIT N 350-512-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3127 JOHNSON, J.R. 10 00 4.0M201B LIT THEORY&CRITICSM N 750-009-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P DANCE 122 MONLEON, J.B. 5 15 T2 4.0SAME AS : SPAN M201BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM205A DEVL-PORT&SPAN LANG N 750-032-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P MS 5233 PLANN, S.J. 5 15 4.0SAME AS : SPAN M205ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSC235 20C BRAZILIAN LIT N 750-177-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3127 JOHNSON, J.R. 5 00 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS256A PORTUGUESE LINGSTCS N 750-354-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3115 QUICOLI, A.C. 5 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 750-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED SCHAFFER, S.C. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSpanishEnrollment in Spanish 1 through 25 is contingent upon proper placement, as determined by the results on the departmental placement exam. The next placement test for Spring 1998 willbe given on February 5, 4-6 p.m.NO appointment is required. There will be NO makeup exam.Students with one or more years of high school Spanish who do not present a placement exam score will be disenrolled. Students who never had high school Spanish may enroll in Spanish1 without taking the placement exam.Z SPANISH LAB N 349-001-200 LAB 1 TBA SCHAFFER, S.C. 400 30 0.0The Language Laboratory, 190 Powell Library, is open Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.1 ELEMENTARY SPANISH N 349-002-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 2126 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-002-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2126 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-002-203 DIS 3 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 2126 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-002-204 DIS 4 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 2126 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-002-205 DIS 5 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 2126 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-002-206 DIS 6 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 2126 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.02 ELEMENTARY SPANISH N 349-008-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A PUB POL 1323 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1323 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-203 DIS 3 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 2317 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-204 DIS 4 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1323 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-205 DIS 5 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 2317 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-206 DIS 6 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1323 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-207 DIS 7 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2317 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-208 DIS 8 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1323 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-209 DIS 9 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2317 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-008-210 DIS 10 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1323 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.03 ELEMENTARY SPANISH N 349-010-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 3135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 2135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-203 DIS 3 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-204 DIS 4 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-205 DIS 5 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-206 DIS 6 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 2135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-207 DIS 7 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-208 DIS 8 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 2135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-209 DIS 9 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-210 DIS 10 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 2135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-211 DIS 11 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-010-212 DIS 12 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 2135 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.04 INTERMEDIATE SPAN N 349-012-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A PUB POL 1278 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-012-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1278 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-012-203 DIS 3 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1278 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-012-204 DIS 4 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1278 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-012-205 DIS 5 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1278 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.05 INTERMEDIATE SPAN N 349-014-201 DIS 1 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1284 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-014-202 DIS 2 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1284 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-014-203 DIS 3 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 1284 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 SPEECH / 143CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS349-014-204 DIS 4 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 1284 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-014-205 DIS 5 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1284 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.06 INTERMEDIATE SPAN Y 349-015-201 DIS 1 MWRF 9:00- 9:50A PUB POL 1264 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.0349-015-202 DIS 2 MWRF 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1264 SCHAFFER, S.C. 23 09 4.025 ADV SPANISH COMP Y 349-054-201 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3131 THE STAFF 12 30 4.0349-054-202 LEC 2 MWF 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 2106 THE STAFF 12 30 4.0349-054-203 LEC 3 MWF 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3127 THE STAFF 12 30 4.0349-054-204 LEC 4 MWF 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3127 THE STAFF 12 30 4.0349-054-205 LEC 5 MWF 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3131 THE STAFF 12 30 4.025A COMP-SPANISH SPKRS N 349-056-201 LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A HAINES 110 REGUANT, M. 15 02 4.0349-056-202 LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A CAMPBEL 2226 REGUANT, M. 15 04 4.0M44 CIV SPAN AM&BRAZIL N ----------- LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P HAINES 2 SCHUESSLER, M.K. 100 08 4.0SAME AS : PORTGSE M44349-091-201 DIS 1A R 1:00- 1:50P PUB POL 1278 25 0.0349-091-202 DIS 1B R 3:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY 4645 25 0.0349-091-203 DIS 1C F 10:00-10:50A PUB POL 1337 25 0.0349-091-204 DIS 1D F 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 3126 25 0.060A SPANISH LIT-TRNSLTN N 349-139-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3134 SHERNO, S. 40 06 4.0100B SYNTAX N 349-308-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A HAINES 6 PARODI-LEWIN, C. 30 12 4.0RESTRICT: SPAN,SPAN&LING,PORTUGUESE,LING&SPAN105 SPANISH COMPOSITION N 349-329-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A ROLFE 3127 SHERNO, S. 12 02 4.0M118A PORT&SPAN-PHONOLOGY N 349-382-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3119 PLANN, S.J. 15 13 4.0SAME AS : PORTGSE M118A119A PROSE N 349-388-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3134 CALDERON, H.V. 30 13 4.0RESTRICT: CHICANO,LAT AM,LING/SPAN,PORTGS,SPAN120B HSPNC LIT-1700-1898 N ----------- LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P HAINES 2 BENITEZ, R.A. 80 04 5.0RESTRICT: SPAN,SPAN&LING,PORTUGUESE,LING&SPAN349-396-201 DIS 1A R 10:00-10:50A 20 0.0349-396-202 DIS 1B R 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 3119 20 0.0349-396-203 DIS 1C F 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 3112 20 0.0349-396-204 DIS 1D F 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3114 20 0.0122 MEDIEVAL LIT-PROSE N 349-412-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A DANCE 105 DAGENAIS, J.C. 30 12 4.0125 THE GOLDN AGE-PROSE N 349-424-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A ROLFE 2134 JOHNSON, C.B. 30 30 4.0128 ENLIGHT&RMNTCSM-SPN N 349-435-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 2134 TORRECILLA, J. 30 13 4.0133 20C SPAN POET&DRAMA N 349-454-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P DODD 162 MORRIS, C.B. 30 06 4.0137 LIT-COLONIAL SP AM N 349-473-200 LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P ROLFE 3134 SCHUESSLER, M.K. 30 04 4.0140 MODERNISMO N 349-486-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P KINSEY 230 LUZURIAGA, G. 30 06 4.0M145B CHICANO LIT-1960 ON Y 349-518-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P HAINES 118 CALDERON, H.V. 25 16 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M145BM149 FOLK LIT-HISPAN WLD N 349-527-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2134 ARORA, S.L. 30 15 4.0SAME AS : FLKLORE M149151B WOMEN-LIT-SPAN AMER N 349-535-200 DIS 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P BUNCHE 3123 SCHAFFER, S.C. 20 30 4.0For Spanish M161, film screenings will be announced.M161 FILM&LIT-SPAN-SPKNG N 349-566-200 LEC 1 T 11:00-12:15P BUNCHE 3150 MONLEON, J.B. 10 13 4.0R 11:00-12:15P MS 5203SAME AS : COM LIT M174197 UNDERGRAD SEMINAR N 349-845-200 SEM 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P MS 5117 SKIRIUS, A.J. 8 08 4.0Spanish 197, seminar 1: Contemporary Mexican Literature349-845-201 SEM 2 MWF 1:00- 2:30P ROLFE 4330 REGUANT, M. 10 06 4.0Spanish 197, seminar 2: Catalan Language and CultureM201B LIT THEORY&CRITICSM N 749-009-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P DANCE 122 MONLEON, J.B. 15 15 T2 4.0SAME AS : PORTGSE M201BRESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS204A GNRTV SYNTAX&SMNTCS N 749-028-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P DANCE 122 PARODI-LEWIN, C. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSM205A DEVL-PORT&SPAN LANG N 749-030-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P MS 5233 PLANN, S.J. 15 15 4.0SAME AS : PORTGSE M205ARESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS223 MEDIEVAL PROSE N 749-142-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P CAMPBEL 2226 DAGENAIS, J.C. 15 14 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS226 PROSE OF GOLDEN AGE N 749-165-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P PUB POL 1323 JOHNSON, C.B. 15 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS241A CNTM SPN-AM SHT STR N 749-246-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 94 BERGERO, A.J. 15 05 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS247 CHICANO LITERATURE N 749-281-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3143 HERNANDEZ, G.E. 15 07 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS256A SPANISH LINGUISTICS N 749-339-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3115 QUICOLI, A.C. 15 16 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS271A 19TH C SPANISH LIT N 749-426-200 DIS 1 T 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3115 TORRECILLA, J. 15 15 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS272A 20TH C SPANISH LIT N 749-436-200 DIS 1 M 4:00- 5:50P BUNCHE A152 MORRIS, C.B. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS278B 19C SPAN AMER LIT N 749-470-200 LEC 1 W 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2106 LUZURIAGA, G. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS280B CONTEMP SPAN-AM LIT N 749-487-200 DIS 1 W 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 3105 BERGERO, A.J. 15 09 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 749-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED SCHAFFER, S.C. 100 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSSPEECHAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.1 PRINC ORAL COMMNCTN N 352-004-201 DIS 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A KINSEY 346 BRIDGEWATER, D.A. 20 11 4.0352-004-202 DIS 2 TR 10:00-11:50A KINSEY 346 BRIDGEWATER, D.A. 20 13 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


144 / TESL AND APPLIED LINGUISTICS WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS352-004-203 DIS 3 TR 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 346 GREGORY, M.S. 20 14 4.0352-004-204 DIS 4 TR 2:00- 3:50P KINSEY 346 MILLER, T.E. 20 15 4.0352-004-205 DIS 5 MW 12:00- 1:50P KINSEY 346 KOCHIAN, J.J. 20 05 4.0190B FORENSICS N 352-841-200 LEC 1 T 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 346 MILLER, T.E. 30 15 2.0191 ANALYSIS & BRIEFING N 352-846-200 LEC 1 R 4:00- 5:50P KINSEY 346 MILLER, T.E. 30 16 2.0TESL AND APPLIED LINGUISTICSAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.English as a Second LanguageThe English as a Second Language Placement Exam (ESLPE) will be given on Thursday, January 8, from 2-5 p.m., and again from 7-10 p.m. Register one hour prior to the scheduled startof the exam at 1200 Rolfe Hall.Please not that there may be a fee charged for this exam. Please bring your <strong>UCLA</strong> photo identification and a letter of admission or <strong>UCLA</strong> registration card.YOU ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE THE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE PLACEMENT EXAMINATION DURING YOUR FIRST QUARTER OF STUDY AT <strong>UCLA</strong>. FAILURE TO DO SO WILLRESULT IN A HOLD ON FUTURE ENROLLMENT AND CAMPUS SERVICES.32 ORAL-STRESS&INTONTN Y 197-097-200 LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P ROLFE 2118 BRINTON, D.M. 18 30 4.0197-097-201 LEC 2 MW 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2118 BRINTON, D.M. 18 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT33B ENGL AS A 2ND LANG Y Y 197-100-200 LEC 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2118 BRINTON, D.M. 20 26 4.0F 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2118IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: ESL 33BY 197-100-201 LEC 2 MW 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2118 BRINTON, D.M. 20 26 4.0F 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2118IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: ESL 33B33C ENGL AS A 2ND LANG Y Y 197-101-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2112 BRINTON, D.M. 20 26 4.0F 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 2112IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: ESL 33CY 197-101-201 LEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A ROLFE 2112 BRINTON, D.M. 20 26 4.0F 10:00-10:50A ROLFE 2112IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: ESL 33CY 197-101-202 LEC 3 TR 12:00- 1:50P ROLFE 3127 BRINTON, D.M. 20 26 4.0F 12:00-12:50P ROLFE 3106IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: ESL 33CY 197-101-203 LEC 4 TR 2:00- 4:20P ROLFE 2118 JENSEN, L. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSIMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: ESL 33C34 ADV ORAL COMUN SKLS Y 197-102-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P BRINTON, D.M. 18 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT35 DVLP COMP-ESL STDTS Y Y 197-105-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2112 BRINTON, D.M. 20 30 4.0IMPACTED COURSE for L&S students: ESL 35Y 197-105-201 LEC 2 TR 10:00-11:50A ROLFE 2118 BRINTON, D.M. 20 30 4.0Y 197-105-202 LEC 3 MW 10:00-11:50A BRINTON, D.M. 20 30 4.0Y 197-105-203 LEC 4 TR 2:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2112 BRINTON, D.M. 20 30 4.0Y 197-105-204 LEC 5 MW 12:00- 1:50P ROLFE 2112 BRINTON, D.M. 20 30 4.036 INTER COMP-ESL STDT Y 197-108-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3117 BRINTON, D.M. 20 30 4.037 ENGLISH GRAMMR&SYTL Y 197-112-200 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P PUB POL 2278 HOLTEN, C. 20 30 4.0103 PRONUNCTN-ESL STDNT Y 197-318-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A ROLFE 2112 GOODWIN, J. 18 30 4.0197-318-201 LEC 2 TR 12:00- 1:50P ROLFE 2112 GOODWIN, J. 18 30 4.0109 INTRO-LIT-ESL STDTS Y 197-354-200 LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2118 BRINTON, D.M. 20 30 4.0South and Southeast Asian LanguagesSSEAL placement exams will be given on Saturday, January 17, 1997, 10 a.m.-12 noon. Please note that there may be a fee chargeed for this exam.40B INTRODUCTORY HINDI Y 344-121-200 DIS 1 MW 11:00-12:50P BUNCHE A152 MAHAJAN, G. 20 30 4.0F 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 2112RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT41B INTERMEDIATE HINDI Y 344-124-200 DIS 1 MW 9:00-10:50A MS 5148 MAHAJAN, G. 20 30 4.0F 9:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2112RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT50B INTRO VIETNAMESE Y 344-151-200 DIS 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 2168 VU, B.D. 20 26 4.0F 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2112RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT51B INTERMDT VIETNAMESE Y 344-154-200 DIS 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2112 VU, B.D. 20 26 4.0F 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 2112RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT60B INTRODUCTORY THAI Y 344-181-200 DIS 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2112 MEEPOE, T.A. 20 30 4.0F 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 2118RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT70B INTRO TAGALOG Y 344-211-200 DIS 1 MW 11:00-12:50P MOORE 1003 AZORES, T.M. 20 30 4.0F 11:00-11:50A ROLFE 2118RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT71B INTERMEDIAT TAGALOG Y 344-214-200 DIS 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P ROLFE 3115 AZORES, T.M. 20 30 4.0F 3:00- 3:50P ROLFE 2112RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTTESL and Applied LinguisticsC106 WRITING-LANGUAGE ED N 353-337-200 SEM 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2112 HOLTEN, C. 20 30 4.0201 FNCTNL FNDTNS-GRMMR Y 753-006-200 SEM 1 MW 10:00-11:50A ROLFE 2118 AGHA, A. 20 30 G 4.0C211 WRITING-LANGUAGE ED N 753-066-200 SEM 1 MW 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 2112 HOLTEN, C. 20 30 4.0224 LANGUAGE SOCIALIZTN Y 753-145-200 SEM 1 T 2:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2117 OCHS, E. 20 30 G 4.0229 CUR ISS-LANG ACQSTN Y 753-175-200 SEM 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P PUB POL 1270 SCHUMANN, J.F. 20 30 G 4.0241 LANG ASSESSMNT DATA Y 753-248-200 SEM 1 TBA BACHMAN, L.F. 20 30 G 4.0260 DISCOURSE ANALYSIS Y 753-361-200 SEM 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A ROLFE 3115 GOODWIN, C. 20 30 G 4.0271 COHESN ANLY-ENGLISH Y 753-428-200 SEM 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P ROLFE 2118 CELCE-MURCIA, M. 20 30 G 4.0Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 THEATER / 145CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS278 DISCOURSE LAB N 753-468-200 LAB 1 R 9:00-11:50A ROLFE 2117 OCHS, E. 20 30 4.0375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 753-590-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED JENSEN, L. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0THEATER11 CONTEMP THTR ISSUES N 356-054-200 LEC 1 R 8:00-11:30A MACGOWN 1350 0 12 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT14B INTRO TO DESIGN N ----------- LEC 1 TR 11:45- 1:30P MACGOWN 1350 ARMSTRONG, A.M. 90 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: THEATER, THEATER ARTS MAJORS356-063-201 STU 1A MW 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 1220 8 0.0356-063-202 STU 1B MW 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 1220 10 0.0356-063-203 STU 1C MW 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 1220 10 0.0356-063-204 STU 1D TF 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 8 0.0356-063-205 STU 1E TF 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 10 0.0356-063-206 STU 1F TF 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 10 0.0356-063-207 STU 1G R 3:00- 4:50P MACGOWN 8 0.0F 1:00- 4:50P MACGOWN 1220356-063-208 STU 1H R 3:00- 4:50P MACGOWN 10 0.0F 1:00- 4:50P MACGOWN 1220356-063-209 STU 1I R 3:00- 4:50P MACGOWN 10 0.0F 1:00- 4:50P MACGOWN 122015 INTRO TO DIRECTING Y ----------- LEC 1 T 8:00-11:30A MACGOWN 1350 KEYSTONE, N.L. 80 11 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT356-066-201 STU 1A F 9:00-11:50A MACGOWN 1340 26 0.0356-066-202 STU 1B F 9:00-11:50A MACGOWN 2330 26 0.0356-066-203 STU 1C F 9:00-11:50A MACGOWN 1154 28 0.020 ACTING FUNDAMENTALS N 356-076-200 STU 1 MW 9:00-10:50A MACGOWN 1220 SHAPIRO, M. 20 02 4.0356-076-201 STU 2 TR 9:00-10:50A MACGOWN 1220 SHAPIRO, M. 20 12 4.050 THTR PRDCTN&PRFRMNC N 356-160-200 STU 1 MW 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 1220 IONAZZI, D.A. 3 30 G 2.0356-160-201 STU 2 TR 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 1220 IONAZZI, D.A. 3 30 G 2.0356-160-202 STU 3 F 9:00-11:50A MACGOWN 1220 IONAZZI, D.A. 3 30 G 2.0356-160-203 STU 4 UNSCHED IONAZZI, D.A. 8 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT356-160-204 STU 5 UNSCHED IONAZZI, D.A. 4 30 G 2.0356-160-205 STU 6 UNSCHED IONAZZI, D.A. 8 30 G 2.0356-160-206 STU 7 UNSCHED IONAZZI, D.A. 10 30 G 2.0356-160-207 STU 8 UNSCHED IONAZZI, D.A. 4 30 G 2.0356-160-208 STU 9 UNSCHED THE STAFF 4 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT356-160-209 STU 10 UNSCHED THE STAFF 10 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT356-160-210 STU 11 UNSCHED MCLAIN, M.S. 25 30 G 2.0356-160-211 STU 12 UNSCHED HACKETT, M.J. 10 30 G 2.0101B RISE-SECULAR DRAMA N ----------- LEC 1 MW 9:30-10:50A MELNITZ 2534 KRAJEWSKA-WIECZORE 60 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: THEATER, THEATER ARTS MAJORS356-306-201 DIS 1A T 9:00- 9:50A MACGOWN 1165 10 0.0356-306-202 DIS 1B R 9:00- 9:50A MACGOWN 1165 10 0.0356-306-203 DIS 1C T 10:00-10:50A MACGOWN 1165 10 0.0356-306-204 DIS 1D R 10:00-10:50A MACGOWN 1165 10 0.0356-306-205 DIS 1E F 9:00- 9:50A MACGOWN 1165 10 0.0356-306-206 DIS 1F F 10:00-10:50A MACGOWN 1165 10 0.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT102C CROSS-CULTRL CURNTS N 356-314-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 5:50P MACGOWN SORGENFREI, C. 20 16 G 4.0102E THEA-NON-EUROP WRLD N ----------- LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P MACGOWN 2310C HARTER, P.M. 60 15 4.0Theater 102E: Theater of the Non-European World: Emphasis on China.356-319-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A MACGOWN 1165 20 0.0356-319-203 DIS 1C T 12:00-12:50P MACGOWN 1165 20 0.0RESTRICT: THEATER, WORLD ARTS AND CULTURESM103B AFR AM-MNSTRL-MUSCL N 356-326-200 LEC 1 F 12:00- 2:50P MACGOWN 1330 ROBINSON, B.J. 100 07 G 4.0SAME AS : AFRO-AM M103B103F NATIVE AMERICN THTR N 356-330-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:20P MACGOWN GEIOGAMAH, H.L. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT108 HISTORY&CRITICISM N 356-373-200 LEC 1 TBA MACGOWN THE STAFF 25 00 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT115B ACTNG&VOICE&MVMNT 1 N 356-414-200 STU 1 MW 11:00- 1:50P MACGOWN 2330 CARUSO, S. 30 04 G 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT116B ACTNG&VOICE&MVMNT 2 N 356-422-200 STU 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P MACGOWN 1350 ORTH, T.J. 10 06 G 6.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT118B ADV CREATV DRAMATCS N 356-432-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A MACGOWN HARTER, P.M. 30 13 2.0- 4.0121 ACTING WORKSHOP N 356-453-200 STU 1 UNSCHED 20 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT126B ACTNG&VOICE&MVMNT 3 N 356-475-200 STU 1 TR 4:30- 5:50P MACGOWN THE STAFF 25 16 G 4.0127A ADVANCED ACTING N 356-477-200 STU 1 TR 2:00- 3:30P MORELAND, J.E. 25 15 G 2.0128B ACTING&VOICE&MVMT 2 N 356-501-200 STU 1 MW 3:00- 4:30P MACGOWN 20 30 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT356-501-201 STU 2 TR 3:00- 4:30P MACGOWN ORTH, T.J. 25 16 G 2.0128E ACTING&VOICE&MVMT 2 N 356-404-200 STU 1 MW 9:00-10:30A MACGOWN 1340 HEIM, J. 25 02 G 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT130A FUND PLAYWRITING I N 356-490-200 LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 2310B GARDNER, G.A. 15 05 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT130B FUND PLAYWRITING II N 356-491-200 LEC 1 TBA 0 30 4.0130C WRTG-US MUSICL THTR N 356-492-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWN 1330 GARDNER, G.A. 10 06 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC133B SCRIPT DVLPMT WKSHP N 356-512-200 LAB 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P MACGOWN LEVITOW, R.L. 25 15 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


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STUDENTS442B COSTUME DESIGN N 756-679-200 LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A MACGOWN 2310C ARMSTRONG, A.M. 8 02 G 4.0RESTRICT: THEATER GRADUATE STUDENTS756-679-201 LEC 2 TR 9:00-10:50A MACGOWN RAMICOVA, D. 10 12 G 4.0RESTRICT: THEATER GRADUATE STUDENTSC455B WATERCOLOR RENDERNG N 756-700-200 STU 1 TR 11:00-12:50P MACGOWN THE STAFF 15 13 G 2.0C457B COSTUME CONSTRCTION N 756-724-200 STU 1 S 9:00-10:50A MACGOWN 2204 BRANDT, J. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: THEATER GRADUATE STUDENTS460AW ISSUES IN DIRECTION N 756-708-200 DIS 1 TBA MACGOWN VALENZUELA, J.L. 10 30 G 1.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT463 PROD PROJ-DIRCT-STG N 756-718-200 LEC 1 TBA MACGOWN MCLAIN, M.S. 10 30 8.0/12.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC472 PRODUCTN&PERFMN LAB N 756-739-200 LAB 1 UNSCHED SHAPIRO, M. 50 30 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: THEATER GRADUATE STUDENTS756-739-201 LAB 2 UNSCHED GARDNER, G.A. 50 30 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: THEATER GRADUATE STUDENTS756-739-202 LAB 3 UNSCHED JAMPOLIS, N.P. 3 30 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: THEATER GRADUATE STUDENTS756-739-203 LAB 4 UNSCHED 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B126 KAMNITZER, P. 18 30 G 4.0192 URBN POLCY&PLANNING N 361-816-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:20A PUB POL 2250 BLUMENBERG, E.A. 50 03 4.0193 URBAN POLICY&RESRCH N 361-824-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BUNCHE 2178 BURNS, L.S. 25 12 4.0205 SEM-THESIS&CMP EXAM N 761-037-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2292 BURNS, L.S. 25 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS761-037-201 SEM 2 M 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2325 GRIGSBY, J.E. 30 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS206A URBAN DATA-DEMOGRPH N 761-042-200 LEC 1 MW 10:30-11:50A PUB POL 2238 ESTRADA, L.F. 45 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS208 SEM-ADV RSRCH MTHDS N 761-056-200 SEM 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 3343B HINOJOSA-OJEDA, R. 15 30 SU 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS210B HIST-PLANNING PRCTC N 761-068-200 LEC 1 M 9:00-11:50A DANCE 103 CENZATTI, M. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS217B COMPRHNSV PLAN PROJ N 761-113-200 SEM 1 M 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2317 LOUKAITOU-SIDERISA 21 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS220B QANT AN-URBN PLN II N 761-130-200 LEC 1 TR 10:30-12:20P LIGGETT, R.S. 60 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


148 / WOMEN’S STUDIES WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS223 PRFSSNL DVLPMNT SEM N 761-152-201 SEM 1 R 6:00- 8:50P PUB POL 2355 RICHMAN, N.T. 25 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS761-152-202 SEM 2 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2319 ESTRADA, L.F. 25 30 G 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS229 SPCL TPC-PLNNG MTHD N 761-200-200 LEC 1 T 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 3343B SOJA, E.W. 15 30 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS233 PLTCL ECON-URBANZTN N 761-228-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1343 SOJA, E.W. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS235B URBNZ&RURAL-3RD WLD N 761-247-200 LEC 1 T 9:00-11:50A PUB POL 2355 COMMINS, S.K. 30 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORSM236A URB&REGIONL DVLPMNT N 761-253-200 LEC 1 M 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2232 STORPER, M.C. 35 30 G 4.0SAME AS : PLCY ST M240RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS236C URB&RGN ECON DVLP 3 N 761-258-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P FAIRCHILD, 25 30 4.0239 SPCL TPC-DEVLP PLCY N 761-273-200 SEM 1 M 9:00-11:50A PUB POL 2319 CARRILLO, 25 30 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORSUrban Planning 239, seminar 1: Urban Policy Analysis761-273-201 SEM 2 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1256 WOLFF, G. 25 30 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORSUrban Planning 239, seminar 2: Nothing Grows from the Top Down: The World Bank, the IMF, and Mechanisms for Popular Accountability269 ENVIRNMTL ANLY&PLCY N 761-468-200 SEM 1 T 5:00- 7:50P PUB POL 2355 HECHT, S.B. 20 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS274 PHYSICAL PLANNING N 761-491-200 LEC 1 M 9:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3170 GOLDSTEIN, C.E. 35 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS285 PLNNG DEBATE-GENDER N 761-542-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 4357B LEAVITT, J. 25 30 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORSM286 TRANSPRTTN&LAND USE N 761-546-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:20P PUB POL 2238 TAYLOR, B.D. 35 30 G 4.0SAME AS : PLCY ST M220RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORSM289 TRNSPRT ECON&FINANC N 761-555-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P PUB POL 2317 TAYLOR, B.D. 25 30 G 4.0SAME AS : PLCY ST M222RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 761-600-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED ONG, P.M. 10 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING MAJORS501 COOPERATIVE PROGRAM N 761-805-200 TUT 1 THE STAFF 5 20 SU 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTWOMEN’S STUDIESAll undergraduate courses, except independent studies and other similar courses without webpages, are subject to the Instructional Enhancement Fee. See Course Materials Fees under"Miscellaneous Fees" in the "Registration" section.For a composite schedule of classes relevant to this departmental program, consult the Women’s Studies Program, 240 Kinsey Hall.For more information on the Women’s Studies Program, you may access the department homepage at http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/wsp/home.html.10 FMNST-WOMEN&SOCIETY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P BUNCHE 1209B BRODKIN, K. 160 15 4.0358-031-201 DIS 1A T 4:00- 4:50P DODD 78 20 0.0358-031-202 DIS 1B T 5:00- 5:50P DODD 78 20 0.0358-031-203 DIS 1C W 8:00- 8:50A DODD 178 20 0.0358-031-204 DIS 1D W 9:00- 9:50A DODD 178 20 0.0358-031-205 DIS 1E R 4:00- 4:50P DODD 154 20 0.0358-031-206 DIS 1F R 5:00- 5:50P DODD 154 20 0.0358-031-207 DIS 1G F 11:00-11:50A PUB POL 2242 20 0.0358-031-208 DIS 1H F 12:00-12:50P PUB POL 2242 20 0.0M14 LSBN&GAY&BISEX STDY N ----------- LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 2 LITTLETON/SCHULTZ 30 12 4.0SAME AS : LGBS M14358-042-201 DIS 1A T 11:00-11:50A BUNCHE 2178 7 0.0358-042-202 DIS 1B T 1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 2168 8 0.0358-042-203 DIS 1C R 8:00- 8:50A ROLFE 3105 7 0.0358-042-204 DIS 1D R 12:00-12:50P HAINES 131 8 0.0M107A AMRCN WOMEN WRITERS N 358-341-200 LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P DODD 175 ROWE, K.E. 10 15 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M107ARESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM107B BRITISH WOMN WRITRS N 358-342-200 LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A HAINES 329 ROSEN, J.A. 20 13 4.0SAME AS : ENGL M107B110A FMNST THRY-SOCL SCI Y 358-359-200 LEC 1 WF 1:00- 2:50P HAINES 122 ACKERLY, B.A. 30 06 4.0127 VIOLNCE AGNST WOMEN N 358-420-200 LEC 1 W 2:00- 4:50P ROLFE 2126 BABIOR, S.I. 30 09 4.0128 ROOTS OF PATRIARCHY N 358-423-200 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A LS 2142 DEXTER, M.R. 35 12 4.0M133 CHICANA LESBIAN LIT N 358-345-200 LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P MS 6201 GASPAR DE ALBA, A. 5 16 G 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M133, LGBS M133M154Q GENDR SYSTMS-GLOBAL N 358-602-201 LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A HAINES 118 HALE, S. 10 12 4.0SAME AS : ANTHRO M154QM163 GENDER AND WORK N 358-651-200 LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P PUB POL 1234 ROTH, B. 20 08 4.0SAME AS : SOCIOL M163185A WOMEN&HEALTH&AGING N 358-818-200 LEC 1 R 2:00- 4:50P HLTHSCI 71257 DIAMOND, T. 7 16 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE185D SPCL TPC-WOMNS STDS N 358-832-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:30A FRANZ 5461 GARNETS, L. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVEWomen’s Studies 185D: Social Psychology of the Lesbian Experience185E SPCL TPC-WOMNS STDS N 358-833-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BUNCHE 3178 BRYANT, T.L. 30 03 4.0Women 185E: Women and the Law in Japan185I SPCL TPC-WOMNS STDS N 358-837-200 LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 3123 MAACK, M.N. 20 06 4.0Women’s Studies 185I: Women and the Professions197 SENIOR RESEARCH SEM N 358-861-200 SEM 1 W 9:00-11:50A HAINES 252 MILKMAN, R.M. 15 30 4.0RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENTOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


WINTER 1998 WORLD ARTS AND CULTURES / 149CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSWORLD ARTS AND CULTURES1A FNDMNT-MODERN DANCE N 359-001-200 LAB 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P DANCE 214 LEUNG, A.S. 25 30 2.0359-001-201 LAB 2 S 9:00-11:50A DANCE 214 LEUNG, A.S. 25 30 2.01B FNDMNT-MODERN DANCE N 359-002-200 LAB 1 S 9:00-11:50A DANCE 218 LEUNG, A.S. 25 30 2.0359-002-201 LAB 2 TR 9:30-10:50A DANCE 214 LEUNG, A.S. 25 30 2.01C FNDMNT-MODERN DANCE N 359-003-200 LAB 1 MWF 9:00-10:20A DANCE 200 KINNEY, S. 25 30 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS7B BEGINNING BALLET N 359-022-200 LAB 1 TR 2:30- 3:50P DANCE 218 THE STAFF 20 15 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS23L YOGA N 359-069-200 LAB 1 MW 1:00- 2:30P DANCE 214 BAILEY, S.R. 30 30 PN 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS48 LAB-DANCE PRODUCTN N 359-144-200 LAB 1 UNSCHED REISMAN-JAMPOLIS,J 20 30 PN 1.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS71B DANCE OF INDONESIA N 359-213-200 STU 1 TR 9:00-10:20A DANCE 200 UTAMA, I. 25 12 2.072B DANCE-WEST AFRICA N 359-220-200 STU 1 MW 11:00-12:20P DANCE 218 CAMARA, N. 25 04 2.080B MVMNT AS CLTR BEHVR N 359-281-200 STU 1 MW 3:30- 4:50P DANCE 208 BAILEY, S.R. 80 08 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS101B INTMD MOD DNCE TCHN N 359-308-200 STU 1 MWF 9:00-10:20A DANCE 218 CARPENTER-WHITE, L 20 02 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS359-308-201 STU 2 TR 3:30- 5:20P DANCE 214 BROWN, R.E. 20 16 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTSC102B ADV MDRN DANCE TCHN N 359-314-200 LAB 1 TR 9:00-10:50A DANCE 218 MARTIN, N. 20 12 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS359-314-201 LAB 2 MWF 9:00-10:20A DANCE 214 BROWN, R.E. 25 02 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS103 IMPROVISATION-DANCE N 359-319-200 STU 1 MW 11:00-12:20P DANCE 214 THE STAFF 20 04 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS105 FORM&MOTION-CHOREOG Y 359-330-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P DANCE 218 MARTIN, N. 20 13 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTSC107B ADVANCED BALLET N 359-343-200 LAB 1 MWF 12:30- 1:50P DANCE 218 THE STAFF 20 05 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS110 FLD-WRLD ARTS&CLTRS N 359-360-200 FLD 1 UNSCHED NABOKOV, P. 10 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT115 MAKNG/BREAKNG RULES Y 359-390-200 LEC 1 MW 10:30-12:20P DANCE 200 KINNEY, S. 20 03 3.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTSTOPICS-CHOREOGRAPHY Y 359-390-201 LEC 2 MW 3:00- 4:50P DANCE 214 THE STAFF 20 08 3.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTSC120 MUSIC-DANCE ACCOMP N 359-421-200 LEC 1 MW 5:00- 6:20P DANCE 208 KARAGIANIS, D.S. 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS122 MOVEMENT THEORIES N 359-432-200 LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:20P DANCE 214 THE STAFF 20 13 2.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTSC127 PRODCTN-DANCE&VIDEO N 359-462-200 LAB 1 TR 11:00-12:50P DANCE 152 THE STAFF 5 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS130 RNSNC&BAROQ CRT DNC N 359-480-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P DANCE 216 THOMAS, E.L. 20 15 4.0134 DNCE HIST-CULT&PERF N ----------- LEC 1 MW 12:30- 2:20P DANCE 208 GERE, D.H. 40 05 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS & JUNIORS AND ABOVEWorld Arts 134, lecture 1: History, Anthropology, Interculturality: A Dance Studies Approach359-504-201 DIS 1A M 5:00- 5:50P DANCE 122 20 0.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE359-504-202 DIS 1B T 5:30- 6:20P DANCE 105 20 0.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS & JUNIORS AND ABOVE----------- LEC 2 TR 9:00-10:50A DANCE 208 ALTER, J.B. 40 12 4.0359-504-211 DIS 2A R 5:30- 6:20P DANCE 208 40 0.0144 CSTM&SCNC DSGN-DNCE N 359-564-200 LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P DANCE 103 TOMLINSON, C.D. 20 06 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS146 TEXTILES OF WORLD N 359-576-200 LEC 1 W 9:00-11:50A FOWLER 2450 BARBER, E.J. 20 02 4.0148 ADV LAB-DANCE PRDCT N 359-588-200 LAB 1 UNSCHED REISMAN-JAMPOLIS,J 20 30 PN 1.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS149 DANCE PRFRMC PRCTCM N 359-594-200 LAB 1 UNSCHED LEUNG, A.S. 20 30 PN 1.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS151A FOUNDATION-DANCE ED N 359-606-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 3:20P DANCE 214 LEUNG, A.S. 20 15 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTSC160B GRP DYNAMCS&PROCESS N 359-661-200 LEC 1 WF 8:00- 9:50A DANCE 216 DOSAMANTES-BEAUDRY 20 01 PN 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTM166 MEXCN MURAL-MURALSM N 359-696-200 LEC 1 MW 2:00- 5:50P OFF CAM BACA, J.F. 20 07 G 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M166M167 PUBLIC ART N 359-702-200 LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BACA, J.F. 30 03 4.0SAME AS : CHICANO M167C172B DANCE-WEST AFRICA N 359-732-200 STU 1 TR 11:00-12:20P DANCE 200 CAMARA, N. 20 13 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC174C INTERMEDT FLAMENCO N 359-744-200 STU 1 TR 3:30- 4:50P DANCE 208 DE LEON TORSIELLOL 20 16 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC179 INTERMEDIATE JAZZ N 359-774-200 LAB 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P DANCE 218 PAGE, K.A. 20 15 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC187 INDIGNS DNC-US WEST N 359-822-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P DODD 170 THE STAFF 30 15 G 4.0190A SENIOR COLLOQUIUM N 359-894-200 LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P ROLFE 2134 NABOKOV, P. 40 15 T1 4.0RESTRICT: WORLD ARTS AND CULTURES SENIORS192 PROJECTS IN DANCE N 359-896-200 LAB 1 R 6:30- 9:20P DANCE 208 BROWN, R.E. 10 30 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT359-896-201 LAB 2 MW 12:30- 2:20P DANCE 200 LEUNG, A.S. 10 05 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS359-896-202 LAB 3 TBA MARKS, V.E. 10 20 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTSOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


150 / WINTER 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ IM ID NUMBER TYP SEC FEE DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS196 SENIOR PROJECT N 359-990-200 SEM 1 MW 2:30- 4:50P DANCE 200 LEUNG, A.S. 20 30 2.0/ 4.0RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY & DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS211B ADV CHOREOGRAPHY N 759-067-200 STU 1 TR 3:30- 5:50P DANCE 200 MARKS, V.E. 20 16 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC220 MUSIC-DANCE ACCOMP N 759-120-200 LEC 1 MW 5:00- 6:20P DANCE 208 KARAGIANIS, D.S. 10 09 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY225B LABAN ANALYSIS N 759-151-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A DANCE 216 SIEGEL, J. 20 12 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLYC227 PRODCTN-DANCE&VIDEO N 759-162-200 LAB 1 TR 11:00-12:50P DANCE 152 THE STAFF 5 13 G 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY759-162-201 LAB 2 TR 1:00- 2:50P DANCE 208 BISHOP, J.M. 10 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT232 AESTHETICS OF DANCE N 759-192-200 LEC 1 W 3:00- 5:50P DANCE 103 GERE, D.H. 20 09 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLYWorld Arts 232: Public Writing in the Arts240C PRODUCTION ARTS SEM N 759-242-200 SEM 1 M 1:00- 3:50P DANCE 122 BROOKS, B.A. 20 05 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE, DANCE/MOVEMENT, WORLD ARTS251A ADV STDS-DANCE EDUC N 759-306-200 LEC 1 MW 10:30-12:20P DANCE 152 ALTER, J.B. 15 03 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLYC260B GRP DYNAMCS&PROCESS N 759-361-200 LEC 1 WF 8:00- 9:50A DANCE 216 DOSAMANTES-BEAUDRY 15 01 SU 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT261B SELF AND CULTURE N 759-370-200 LEC 1 W 10:00-11:50A DANCE 103 DOSAMANTES-BEAUDRY 15 02 G 4.0F 10:00-11:50A DANCE 216RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT262B DANCE&MVMNT THERAPY N 759-373-200 SEM 1 W 10:00-11:50A DANCE 122 FAIRWEATHER, P.D. 20 02 G 4.0F 10:00-11:50A DANCE 152RESTRICT: DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY280A ADV DANCE ETHNOLOGY N 759-480-200 LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A DANCE 103 THE STAFF 20 12 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLYC287 DNCE-NATV AMER CLTR N 759-522-200 LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P DODD 170 THE STAFF 20 15 G 4.0RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTSWorld Arts C287: Indigenous Dance Cultures of the U.S. WestC297 SELCTD TOPICS-DANCE N 759-582-200 LEC 1 R 3:00- 5:50P DANCE 103 TOBIN, J.P. 12 16 G 2.0- 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLYWorld Arts C297: Theories of Performance and Performativity375 TCHNG APRNTC PRCTCM N 759-620-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED LEUNG, A.S. 20 30 SU 1.0- 4.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY400 DRCTD PRFSNL ACTVTY N 759-600-200 LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 10 20 SU 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLYC402B ADV MDRN DANCE TCHN N 759-605-200 LAB 1 TR 9:00-10:50A DANCE 218 MARTIN, N. 10 12 2.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY759-605-201 LAB 2 MWF 9:00-10:20A DANCE 214 BROWN, R.E. 10 02 2.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLYC407B ADVANCED BALLET N 759-615-200 LAB 1 MWF 12:30- 1:50P DANCE 218 THE STAFF 10 05 2.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY460B CLNCL INTERN SPRVSN N 759-721-200 LEC 1 W 1:30- 4:50P DANCE 152 FAIRWEATHER, P.D. 20 06 SU 4.0RESTRICT: DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPYC472B DANCE-WEST AFRICA N 759-744-200 STU 1 TR 11:00-12:20P DANCE 200 CAMARA, N. 5 13 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTC474C DANCE OF SPAIN N 759-754-200 STU 1 TR 3:30- 4:50P DANCE 208 DE LEON TORSIELLOL 5 16 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTWorld Arts and Cultures C474C: FlamencoC479 SELCTD DANCE TCHNQS N 759-758-200 LAB 1 TR 1:00- 2:20P DANCE 218 PAGE, K.A. 10 30 2.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTWorld Arts C479: Intermediate Jazz490 CHOREOG&PERFORMANCE N 759-780-200 TUT 1 UNSCHED BROWN, R.E. 20 30 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY759-780-201 TUT 2 UNSCHED LEUNG, A.S. 10 20 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY759-780-202 TUT 3 UNSCHED MARKS, V.E. 10 20 2.0- 8.0RESTRICT: WAC,DANCE,DANCE/MOVEMNT GRADS ONLY498 PRFSNL INTERN-DANCE N 759-794-200 SEM 1 TR 4:00- 6:50P DANCE 122 MITOMA, J.M. 15 16 4.0-12.0RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENTOnline Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule


TENTATIVE SPRING 1998 ART / 151Tentative Spring 1998 Class ListingsThe following section lists the undergraduate courses TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED for the 1998 SpringQuarter.This will allow you to plan your Study Lists for spring. Only primary sections are listed. Revised informationwill be provided in the Spring Schedule of Classes.CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSAEROSPACE STUDIESZ LEADERSHIP LAB LAB 1 T 2:00- 4:50P KIMBLE, K.A. 1001C THE AIR FORCE TODAY LEC 1 T 1:00- 1:50P WILCOXSON, D.L. 2020C THE AIR FORCE WAY LEC 1 T 12:00-12:50P TERRELL, D.L. 15130C AIR FRCE MGT&LDRSHP SEM 1 T 11:00- 1:50P KIMBLE, K.A. 15140C PREP-ACTIVE DUTY SEM 1 T 8:00-10:50A WILCOXSON, D.L. 10AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIESM5 SOCL ORG-BLK CMNTYS LEC 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P NETTLES, K.D. 20SAME AS : SOCIOL M56 BLACK INTLCTL THGHT LEC 1 W 6:00- 8:50P LEMELLE, S. 50 GC101 TPCS-AFRO-AMER STDS SEM 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P VONBLUM, W.P. 30SEM 2 MW 10:00-11:50A SHARPE, J.A. 25SEM 4 M 2:00- 4:50P SILOS, M. 20M102 CULTURE&MEDIA&L A LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P GABRIEL, T.H. 10T 1:00- 4:50P MELNITZ 1409M103E AFR AM-DPRSSN-PRSNT LEC 1 F 12:00- 2:50P ROBINSON, B.J. 5 GSAME AS : THEATER M103EM104C AFR-AM LIT-1960S ON LEC 1 TBA MULLEN, H.R. 30SAME AS : ENGL M104CM158B INTRO AFRO-AMER HIS LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P STEVENSON, B. 40SAME AS : HIST M158BM158E AFRICN-AMER NATNLSM LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HILL, R.A. 30SAME AS : HIST M158EAMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES10 AMERICN INDIAN STDS LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A KROSKRITY, P.V. 100197 AMERICN INDIAN STDS LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:30P REIFEL, N.M. 20ANTHROPOLOGY7 HUMAN EVOLUTION LEC 1 COFFING-QUIN, K.E. 3368 ARCHAEOLOGY-INTRO LEC 1 DONNAN, C.B. 1449 CULTURE AND SOCIETY LEC 1 BRODKIN, K. 14433 CULTURE&COMMUNICATN LEC 1 SIDNELL, J.P. 14498T ARCHEOL-LATIN AMER SEM 1 TR 1:00- 2:15P CONNELL, S.V. 15 G110 WORLD ARCHAEOLOGY LEC 1 STEINBERG, J.M. 65 G114P ANC CIV-WEST MID AM LEC 1 LESURE, R.G. 65115P ARCHAEOLOGY FLD TRN FLD 1 ARNOLD, J.E. 10121P HOMND BHVR&PALEOECO SEM 1 PLUMMER, T.W. 18124 EVOL&BIOL-HUM BEHAV LEC 1 PERRY, S.E. 65129Q PALEOPATHOLOGY LEC 1 KENNEDY, G.E. 45135B PSYCHOLOGICL ANTHRO LEC 1 FISKE, A.P. 65139 FLD MTHD-CLT ANTHRO LEC 1 IYAM, D.U. 65141 ETHNOG-EVRYDAY SPCH LEC 1 GOODWIN, M.H. 65 G151 MARRIAGE&FMLY&KNSHP LEC 1 LEVINE, N. 65158P PASTORAL NOMADS LEC 1 SIMONS, A. 65 G161 DEVELOPMENT ANTHRO LEC 1 THE STAFF 65175S JAPAN LEC 1 BABIOR, S.I. 65175W CHANGE-CONTMP CHINA LEC 1 YAN, Y. 65180 QNTTTV MTHDS-ANTHRO LEC 1 READ, D.W. 30M196B URBAN POVERTY RSRCH LEC 1 VIGIL, J.D. 15SAME AS : SOCIOL M196B197HB FIELD METHODS SEM 1 GARRO, L.C. 20 G197L SLCTD TOPICS-ANTHRO SEM 1 THE STAFF 0ART1A DRAWING STU 1 MW 8:00-11:50A KARLSEN, A.M. 151B SCULPTURE STU 1 TR 8:00-11:50A ISERMANN, J.A. 1511A PAINTING STU 1 TR 1:00- 4:50P DRUCKER, B. 1511B PHOTOGRAPHY STU 1 MW 8:00-11:50A WEINER, D.L. 1511D NEW GENRES STU 1 TR 8:00-11:50A 1511E CERAMICS STU 1 TR 1:00- 4:50P 15 G31 MODERNISM DIS 1 F 9:00-11:50A 3532 SURVEY-CRIT THOUGHT DIS 1 F 1:00- 3:50P CRANSTON, M. 35100 ISSUES-CONTEMP ART DIS 1 F 1:00- 3:50P CARSON, J.C. 20130 ADVANCED DRAWING STU 1 MW 1:00- 4:50P 15STU 2 TR 8:00-11:50A 15133 ADVANCED PAINTING STU 1 TR 8:00-11:50A 15STU 2 MW 1:00- 4:50P PITTMAN, L.G. 15137 ADVANCED NEW GENRES STU 1 MW 8:00-11:50A MC CARTHY, P.D. 15STU 2 TR 1:00- 4:50P 15


152 / ART HISTORY TENTATIVE SPRING 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS145 ADVANCED SCULPTURE STU 1 MW 1:00- 4:50P RUBINS, N.J. 15STU 2 TR 1:00- 4:50P ISERMANN, J.A. 15147 ADVANCED PHOTOGRPHY STU 1 MW 1:00- 4:50P WELLING, J. 15148 ADVANCED CERAMICS STU 1 MW 1:00- 4:50P SAXE, A.A. 15 GSTU 2 TR 8:00-11:50A 15 G197 HONORS COURSE TUT 1 TBA KELLY, M. 10ART HISTORY54 MODERN ART LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A BOIME, A.I. 27055B ARTS-PRE-CLMBN AMER LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P KLEIN, C. 22598T ART AND TECHNOLOGY SEM 1 MW 9:00-10:30A BYCE, J.M. 16 GM102D CLSCL GRK ART&ARCHL LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A PREZIOSI, D. 65SAME AS : CLASSIC M153DC103B MUSEUM STUDIES LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P PREZIOSI, D.A. 50104B EASTERN ISLAMIC ART LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P KOMOROFF, L. 35109B BAROQUE ART LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45P KUNZLE, D.M. 60C112C AMERICN ART-1900-45 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P WHITING, C.M. 55114E THE ARTS OF KOREA LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A MCCALLUM, D.F. 70114F ARTS-SOUTHEAST ASIA LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A THE STAFF 25C119B ADV STDS-CENT AFRCA LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P CAMERON, E.L. 50127 UNDERGRAD SEMINAR SEM 1 R 3:00- 5:50P ZEITLER, B. 10SEM 2 TBA KUNZLE, D.M. 10SEM 3 TBA THE STAFF 10ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES100B INTRO ASIA-AM STUDY LEC 1 TR 3:00- 4:50P ZHOU, M. 144M110 ETHNC&CLTR&GENDR-US LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P HARADA, N. 20 GSAME AS : HLT SER M110M112A ASIA AM LIT TO 1980 LEC 1 TBA LING, J. 20SAME AS : ENGL M102AM112B ASIA AM LIT-1980 ON LEC 1 TBA LEE, R.C. 20SAME AS : ENGL M102B130C VIETNMS AMRC EXPRNC LEC 1 R 6:00- 8:50P PHAM, D. 80197A TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 T 12:30- 3:20P ICHIOKA, Y. 30197B TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P LAL, V. 20197C TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A LING, J. 15M197C TOPICS-ASIAN AM LIT SEM 1 TBA LOUIE, D.W. 5SAME AS : ENGL M197C197D TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P HU, W. 20LEC 2 W 12:00- 2:50P DE, E.N. 50197E TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 W 9:00-11:50A RONY, F.T. 18197F TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 W 4:00- 6:50P MAKI, M. 30197G TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P NAKAMURA, R.A. 15M197H CULTURE&MEDIA&L A LEC 1 W 1:00- 3:50P GABRIEL, T.H. 15T 1:00- 4:50P197I TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P THE STAFF 35197J TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 T 3:00- 5:50P THE STAFF 25197K TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 W 3:00- 5:50P SHROFF, B.F. 40197L TPCS-ASIAN AMER STD LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P THE STAFF 30LEC 2 M 10:00-12:50P THE STAFF 40ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES2 AIR POLLUTION LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A LEW, J.K. 300LEC 2 TR 3:00- 4:15P CASSMASSI, J.C. 02A AIR POLLUTION LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A LEW, J.K. 24F 11:00-12:15P MS 7124A2E AIR POLLUTION DIS 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A LEW, J.K. 24M 11:00-12:15P MS3 INTR-ATMOS ENVIRMNT LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A LYONS, L.R. 300104C SYNOPTIC METEOROLGY LAB 1 TR 9:00-11:50A WAKIMOTO, R.M. 15 GM151 ENVIRNMNTL CHEM LAB LEC 1 T 1:00- 4:50P PAULSON, S.E. 15 GSAME AS : CHEM M104161 NMRCL MTHD-ATMO SCI LEC 1 MW 1:00- 2:20P FOVELL, R.G. 15 G198 OPRATNL METEOROLOGY LAB 1 TBA WAKIMOTO, R.M. 5 GBIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRYM140 CELL BIO-CELL CYCLE LEC 1 TR 10:30-11:50A GRUNSTEIN, M. 100 GSAME AS : MCD BIO M140CM159A REGULATN-TRANSCRPTN LEC 1 MTWF 12:00-12:50P GRALLA, J.D. 5 T1SAME AS : CHEM CM159ACM159B REGULATN-TRANSCRPTN LEC 1 MTWF 12:00-12:50P COUREY, A.J. 5 T2SAME AS : CHEM CM159BCM178 MOLECULAR GENETICS LEC 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A JOHNSON, R.C. 30 GSAME AS : MCD BIO CM178195 CRNT RSCH-BIOL CHEM DIS 1 TBA THE STAFF 30BIOLOGY2 PRIN-MODERN BIOLOGY LEC 1 TBA ANYONGE/JACKSON 3205L ORGAN&ENVIR BIO LAB LEC 1 TBA KERFELD, C.A. 9698T INTRODUCTNS&INVASNS SEM 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P LAMBRINOS, J. 15 G101A BIO OF LOWER PLANTS LEC 1 TBA FONG, P.M. 40103 PLANT EVOLTN&SSTMTC LEC 1 TBA GIBSON, A.C. 40105 BIOLOGY-INVERTEBRTS LEC 1 TBA HAMNER, W.M. 75C109 INTRO TO MARINE SCI LEC 1 TBA GORDON, M.S. 50110 VERTEBRATE MORPHOLG LEC 1 TBA ANYONGE, W.N. 100111 BIOLOGY-VERTEBRATES LEC 1 TBA BUTH, D.G. 120114 ORNITHOLOGY LEC 1 TBA HERTEL, F.S. 40118 PLANT ADAPTATIONS LEC 1 TBA RUNDEL, P.W. 15


TENTATIVE SPRING 1998 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY / 153CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS120 EVOLUTION LEC 1 TBA WAYNE, R. 120 G122 ECOLOGY LEC 1 TBA FORRESTER, G.E. 150124 FIELD ECOLOGY LEC 1 TBA CODY, M.L. 15C126 BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY LEC 1 TBA NONACS, P.N. 15 G134B FLD ECO-DESRT ANMLS FLD 1 TBA NAGY, K.A. 40 G135 POPULATION GENETICS LEC 1 TBA TAYLOR, C.E. 100166 ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 288M173 ANA&PHYSI-SENSE ORG LEC 1 TBA SIMMONS,D/NARINS,P 10 GSAME AS : PHY SCI M173188 SEM-BIOLOGY&SOCIETY SEM 1 TBA BRUNK, C.F. 20190A HONORS RSRCH BIOL TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15 T1190B HONORS RSRCH BIOL TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15 T2190C HONORS RSRCH BIOL TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15190D HONORS RSRCH BIOL TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15192 TEACHING PRACTICUM TUT 1 TBA NOBEL, P.S. 15BIOMATHEMATICS108 INTRO-MDLNG-NEURBIO LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P NEWTON, C.M. 5BIOSTATISTICS115 TOPICS IN ESTIMATN LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A DABROWSKA, D.M. 40 GCHEMICAL ENGINEERING101C MASS TRANSFER LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 70 G103 SEPARATN PROCESSES LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P THE STAFF 70 G104A CHEMICAL ENGR LAB 1 LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P THE STAFF 40 GM105A INT-ENGR THERMODYNC LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P THE STAFF 60 GSAME AS : MECH&AE M105A108B CMPTR-AID DSGN&ANLY LEC 1 TR 8:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 35 GLEC 2 MW 10:00-11:50A THE STAFF 35 G112 POLYMER PROCESSES LEC 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P THE STAFF 30 GC114 ELECCHM PRCS&COROSN LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P THE STAFF 30 GC115 BIOCHEM REACTN ENGR LEC 1 TR 4:00- 5:50P THE STAFF 15 G119 POLLUTION PREVNTION LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A THE STAFF 30 GCM165 BIOPROCESS TECHNLGY LEC 1 MW 2:00- 4:50P FOX, C.F. 5 GSAME AS : MICROB CM165CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY2 INTRODUCTORY CHEM LEC 1 WF 12:00-12:50P 7010A GENRL CHEM-LIFE SCI LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P THE STAFF 23510B GENRL CHEM-LIFE SCI LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A KIVELSON, D. 350LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A 235LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A 23510BL GEN&ORGN LAB-LF SCI LEC 1 M 8:00- 8:50A THE STAFF 220LEC 2 F 8:00- 8:50A 22010C ORGNC CHEM-LIFE SCI LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A 35010D ORGNC CHEM-LIFE SCI LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A THE STAFF 235LEC 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P 35010DL GEN&ORGN LAB-LF SCI LEC 1 M 12:00-12:50P THE STAFF 220LEC 2 M 4:00- 4:50P 22010E INTRMEDT ORGNC CHEM LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A 23511CL GENRL CHEMISTRY LAB LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 12020A CHEMICAL STRUCTURE LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A 35020B ENERGETICS&CHANGE LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P 23520L GENRL CHEMISTRY LAB LEC 1 T 8:00- 8:50A 22030 INTRO-ORGANIC CHEM LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P 350LEC 2 MWF 3:00- 3:50P 23530L GENRL CHEMISTRY LAB LEC 1 R 8:00- 8:50A 22098T METALS-HLTH&DISEASE SEM 1 TR 10:00-11:50A GOTO, J.J. 16 G103 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEM LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P THE STAFF 235M104 ENVIRNMNTL CHEM LAB LEC 1 T 1:00- 2:50P PAULSON, S.E. 5 GSAME AS : ATMOSCI M151110A PHYS-THERMODYNAMICS LEC 1 MTWF 10:00-10:50A THE STAFF 60110B STTSTC MCHNCS&KNTCS LEC 1 MTWF 10:00-10:50A THE STAFF 30C113B PHYS-INT MOL SPECTR LEC 1 MTWF 9:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 60114 PHYSICAL CHEM LAB LEC 1 TR 9:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 0114H PHYS CHEM LAB-HONOR LEC 1 TR 9:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 0132B ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P THE STAFF 350132BL ORGANIC CHEM LAB LEC 1 M 3:00- 3:50P THE STAFF 400132C ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 350132CL ORGANIC CHEM LAB LEC 1 M 1:00- 1:50P THE STAFF 100136 ORGNIC STRUCT MTHDS LEC 1 TR 10:00-10:50A THE STAFF 0153A STRCTR&ENZMS&MTBLSM LEC 1 MTWF 9:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 350LEC 2 MTWF 10:00-10:50A THE STAFF 235153B DNA&RNA&PROTN SYNTH LEC 1 MWRF 10:00-10:50A THE STAFF 235153C METABOLISM&REGULATN LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 200153L BIOCHMICAL MTHDS I LEC 1 TR 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 350154 BIOCHMICAL MTHDS II LEC 1 TR 8:00- 8:50A THE STAFF 0 GCM155 BIOLOGICL CATALYSIS LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 20 GSAME AS : MCD BIO CM160156 PHYSICAL BIOCHEM LEC 1 MWRF 9:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 200CM159A REGULATN-TRANSCRPTN LEC 1 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P THE STAFF 10SAME AS : BIOL CH CM159ACM159B REGULATN-TRANSCRPTN LEC 1 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P THE STAFF 10SAME AS : BIOL CH CM159B173 STRUCT INORG CHEM LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 60C181 POLYMER CHEMISTRY LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 50


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158 / ENGLISH TENTATIVE SPRING 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITSLEC 3 TR 12:00- 1:50P LEWIS, J.S. 15LEC 4 TR 2:00- 3:50P GERRARD, L. 15LEC 5 TR 2:00- 3:50P VELCIC, V. 15131C WRTNG-MED&PBLC HLTH LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A THE STAFF 15LEC 2 MW 12:00- 1:50P THE STAFF 15LEC 3 TR 10:00-11:50A LEWIS, J.S. 15LEC 4 TR 12:00- 1:50P IRACE, K.O. 15131D WRTNG-MEDIA&COMNCTN LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A SMITH, J. 15LEC 2 MW 12:00- 1:50P SMITH, J. 15LEC 3 TR 12:00- 1:50P GILMORE-JAFFE, P. 15LEC 4 TR 2:00- 3:50P GILMORE-JAFFE, P. 15132C WRITING-CULTRL STDS LEC 1 W 4:00- 6:50P SMITH, J. 0English4 CRITCL READ&WRITING LEC 1 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 2 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 3 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 4 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 5 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 6 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 7 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 8 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 9 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 10 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 11 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 12 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 13 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 14 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 15 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 16 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 17 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 18 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 25LEC 19 TBA BATTEN, C.L. 254H CRITCL READ&WRITING LEC 1 TBA RETMAN, S.H. 2010A ENGL LIT TO 1660 LEC 1 TBA ALLEN, M.J. 25010B ENGL LIT 1660-1832 LEC 1 TBA LEWIS, J.E. 20010C ENGL LIT 1832-PRES LEC 1 TBA BRISTOW, J.E. 25080 MAJOR AMER AUTHORS LEC 1 TBA MODDELMOG, W.E. 36085 THE AMERICAN NOVEL LEC 1 TBA MOTT, C.M. 42090 SHAKESPEARE LEC 1 TBA GALLAGHER, L. 20095B INTRO TO DRAMA LEC 1 TBA GRIFFIN, B. 10095C INTRO TO FICTION LEC 1 TBA SARBANES, J.M. 75LEC 2 TBA THE STAFF 7596 SHT STORY-ENGLND&AM LEC 1 TBA BEHDAD, A. 120M101B GAY LIT-PST STONEWL LEC 1 TBA SARRIS, G.M. 40SAME AS : LGBS M101BM102A ASIA AM LIT TO 1980 LEC 1 TBA LING, J. 40SAME AS : ASIA AM M112AM102B ASIA AM LIT-1980 ON LEC 1 TBA LEE, R.C. 40SAME AS : ASIA AM M112BM104C AFR-AM LIT-1960S ON LEC 1 TBA MULLEN, H.R. 30SAME AS : AFRO-AM M104CM107A AMRCN WOMEN WRITERS LEC 1 TBA RETMAN, S.H. 30SAME AS : WOMEN M107AM107B BRITISH WOMN WRITRS LEC 1 TBA SMITH, P.J. 40SAME AS : WOMEN M107BM107C SPCL TPCS-WOMEN&LIT LEC 1 TBA WATSON, D.C. 40SAME AS : WOMEN M107C108B ENGL BIBLE AS LIT LEC 1 TBA MANIQUIS, R.M. 60112 CHILDRENS LIT LEC 1 TBA MYERS, M. 60113 LIT-ADLSCNT&YNG ADL LEC 1 TBA MYERS, M. 60114 WRLD LITS IN ENGLSH LEC 1 TBA SEE, C. 30116 SCIENCE FICTION LEC 1 TBA HAYLES, N.K. 60118 FILM & LITERATURE LEC 1 TBA SMITH, P.J. 60119 LIT-CLFRNIA&US WEST LEC 1 TBA ALLMENDINGER, B. 60133 CREATV WRIT-POETRY LEC 1 TBA YENSER, S.I. 15134 CREAT WRIT-SHT STRY LEC 1 TBA LOUIE, D.W. 15LEC 2 TBA SARRIS, G.M. 15140A CRITICISM-HIST&THRY LEC 1 TBA KOLB, G.J. 60140B CRITICISM-SPCL TPCS LEC 1 TBA MURPHY, T.S. 60141A CHAUCER-CBURY TALES LEC 1 TBA KELLY, H.A. 40LEC 2 TBA JAGER, E. 40LEC 3 TBA CONDREN, E.I. 45142A SHAKES-POEM&ER PLAY LEC 1 TBA HUTTER, A.D. 45LEC 2 TBA MYHILL, N. 45LEC 3 TBA STALEY, O.D. 45LEC 4 TBA GRIFFIN, B. 45142B SHAKESP-LATER PLAYS LEC 1 TBA ALLEN, M.J. 100LEC 2 TBA SANDERS, E.R. 45142C SHAKESPEARE-TOPICS LEC 1 TBA BRAUNMULLER, A.R. 30143 MILTON LEC 1 TBA PACKER, B.L. 45LEC 2 TBA GROSE, C.W. 45LEC 3 TBA LEWIS, J.E. 45151 ELIZABETHAN LIT LEC 1 TBA SANDERS, E.R. 60153 LIT-EARLY 17 CENT LEC 1 TBA GROSE, C.W. 60161 LATER ROMANTIC LIT LEC 1 TBA BURWICK, F.L. 60


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160 / FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY TENTATIVE SPRING 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS135 ADV SCRNWRTNG WKSHP STU 1 T 4:00- 6:50P HUNTER, L.R. 25STU 2 M 3:00- 5:50P WALTER, R. 25150 CINEMATOGRAPHY LEC 1 F 9:00-11:50A MCDONALD, W. 10 G151 FILM&TV IMAGE LAB LEC 1 R 10:00-12:50P STARKIE, B.S. 25152 FILM&TV SND RECRDNG LEC 1 T 7:00- 9:50P SMITH, B.J. 10153 MOTION PICT LIGHTNG LEC 1 F 9:00-12:50P DENOVE, T.F. 25 G154 FILM EDITING LEC 1 TBA SMITH, B.J. 10163 DIRECTNG THE CAMERA LAB 1 W 2:00- 4:50P WAGMISTER, C. 25 GLAB 2 M 10:00-12:50P ANTCZAK, J. 25 G177 FILM&TV ACTNG WKSHP LAB 1 TR 1:00- 3:50P SALVI, D.N. 10178 FILM&TV PRODCTN LAB LAB 1 UNSCH GONZALEZ, A.P. 25 GLAB 2 UNSCH WAGMISTER, C. 25 GLAB 3 UNSCH SMITH, B.J. 25 GLAB 4 UNSCH STARKIE, B.S. 25 GLAB 5 UNSCH SALVI, D.N. 25 GLAB 6 UNSCH THE STAFF 25 GLAB 7 UNSCH DENOVE, T.F. 25 GLAB 8 UNSCH SCHREIBMAN, M.A. 25 GLAB 9 UNSCH MCLAUGHLIN, D. 25 G181A ANIMTN DSGN-FILM&TV LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P MERCER, C.L. 15181C ANIMATION WORKSHOP STU 1 TR 10:00-12:50P MCLAUGHLIN, D. 25187B RMOT MULTI-CAM PROD LEC 1 T 10:00- 2:50P THE STAFF 15 G192 FILM&TV INTERNSHIP FLD 1 T 5:00- 6:50P MANN, D.R. 26FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY15 INTR-AMER FLKLR STD LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P THE STAFF 10598T QUEER FOLKLORE SEM 1 TR 10:00-11:50A ADAMS, E.T. 18 G183 KOREAN FOLKLORE LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P TANGHERLINI, T.R. 60190 TPCS-FLKLR&MYTHOLGY LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A TOKOFSKY, P.I. 20FRENCH1 ELEMENTARY FRENCH LEC 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 3 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 4 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A JANSMA, K. 232 ELEMENTARY FRENCH LEC 1 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 2 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 3 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 4 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P JANSMA, K. 232G ELEM FR-GRD STD LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P THE STAFF 30 SU3 ELEMENTARY FRENCH LEC 1 MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 2 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 3 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 4 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 5 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 6 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A JANSMA, K. 23LEC 7 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P JANSMA, K. 23LEC 8 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P JANSMA, K. 234 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH LEC 1 MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A JANSMA, K. 25LEC 2 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A JANSMA, K. 25LEC 3 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A JANSMA, K. 255 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH LEC 1 MTWRF 10:00-10:50A JANSMA, K. 20LEC 2 MTWRF 11:00-11:50A JANSMA, K. 20LEC 3 MTWRF 12:00-12:50P JANSMA, K. 206 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH LEC 1 MTWF 10:00-10:50A JANSMA, K. 20LEC 2 MTWF 11:00-11:50A JANSMA, K. 2010A FRENCH CONVERSATION DIS 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P JANSMA, K. 12DIS 2 MWF 1:00- 1:50P JANSMA, K. 1210C FRENCH CONVERSATION DIS 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P JANSMA, K. 1212 INTRO-STDY OF FR LT LEC 1 MW 10:00-10:50A MELZER, S. 3014 INTRO-FRENCH CVLZTN LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P THE STAFF 60100 WRITTEN EXPRESSION LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A THE STAFF 20101 INTERMED EXPOSITION LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A DUFRESNE, N.I. 20102 ADVANCED EXPOSITION LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P DUFRESNE, N.I. 20105 STRUCTURE OF FRENCH LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P JANSMA, K. 20107 ADV ORAL EXPRESSION LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:15P THE STAFF 20109 FRNCH BUS-LANG&CLTR LEC 1 MWF 2:00- 2:50P DUFRESNE, N.I. 20114A MEDIEVL&RENSSNC LIT LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P HAIDU, P. 25120C POST-WLD WAR II LIT LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P KAO, S.M. 25142 POETRY AND MUSIC LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A WERNER, S.D. 25164A FRENCH NOVL-TRNSLTN LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P WERNER, S.D. 40GEOGRAPHY1 PHYSICAL ENVIRONMNT LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P RAPHAEL, M.N. 1763 CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A ENTRIKIN, J.N. 1204 REGNL DEV&WRLD ECON LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A ELLIS, J.M. 885 PEOPLE&EARTH ECOSYS LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P FEDDEMA, J.J. 17698T LNDSCP-SIERRA NEVAD SEM 1 W 9:00-11:50A TEPLEY, C.J. 18 G101 COASTAL GEOMORPHLGY LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P ORME, A.R. 115101A CST GEOMRPH-FLD&LAB FLD 1 R 1:00- 4:50P ORME, A.R. 115104 CLIMATOLOGY LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A RAPHAEL, M.N. 50110 POPULATN&NTRL RSRCS LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A CLARK, W.A. 115M128 GLOBAL ENVIR&DVLPMT LEC 1 MW 5:00- 6:15P MULDAVIN, J.S. 100SAME AS : URB PLN CM128135 AFRICAN ECOL&DVLPMT LEC 1 R 5:00- 7:50P CARNEY, J.A. 90136 TECH&NATR&US LNDSCP LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P CURRY, M.R. 90137 AMERIVAN ENVIRONMNT LEC 1 M 6:30- 9:20P TRIMBLE, S.W. 115146 GNDR&RACE-EMPLOYMNT LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P ELLIS, J.M. 115


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164 / MANAGEMENT TENTATIVE SPRING 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS143C ADVANCED HAUSA LEC 1 TBA SCHUH, R.G. 10Indigenous Languages of the Americas18C ELEMENTARY QUECHUA LEC 1 MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P DAZA, J.L. 20119C ADVANCED QUECHUA LEC 1 TBA DAZA, J.L. 10Linguistics1 INTR-STUDY-LANGUAGE LEC 1 TR 9:30-10:45A SZABOLCSI, A. 4002 LANGUAGE IN THE U S LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P MUNRO, P. 4020 INTRO TO LINGUISTCS LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A KEATING, P.A. 120110 INTRO TO HIST LING LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A MUNRO, P.L. 40120A PHONOLOGY I LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A HAYES, B.P. 40127 SYNACTC TYPLGY&UNIV LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:50P SIMPSON, A.A. 30132 INTRO TO PSYCHOLING LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P SCHUETZE, C. 40M150 INTRO-INDO-EUR LING LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:15P ANTTILA, R.A. 15SAME AS : I E STD M150165A PHONOLOGY II LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A STERIADE, D. 40165B SYNTAX II LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P KURAL, M. 40M177 STRUCTURE OF KOREAN LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P SOHN, S. 10SAME AS : KOREAN CM120C185B NTRL LANG PRCSNG II LEC 1 MW 9:00-10:50A STABLER, E.P. 30195 SENIOR ESSAY TUT 1 UNSCH SCHUH, R.G. 10196A HONORS ESSAY TUT 1 TBA STOWELL, T.A. 10 T1MANAGEMENT1A ELEMENTARY ACCOUNTN LEC 1 TBA RAVETCH, D.S. 360LEC 2 TBA GARDNER, J.A. 3601B ELEMENTARY ACCOUNTN LEC 1 RAVETCH, D.S. 360108 BUSINESS LAW LEC 1 TBA BOSS, M. 75LEC 2 TBA FREIXES, G. 75LEC 3 TBA GUERIN, J. 75120A INTRMED ACCNTING I LEC 1 TBA BENARTZI, S. 75LEC 2 TBA BENARTZI, S. 75LEC 3 TBA BENARTZI, S. 75LEC 4 TBA THE STAFF 0LEC 5 TBA 0LEC 6 TBA 0120B INTRMED ACCNTING II LEC 1 TBA LITT, D.S. 75LEC 2 TBA SUSSMAN, E.H. 75LEC 3 TBA LITT, D.S. 0LEC 4 TBA SUSSMAN, E.H. 0122 COST ACCOUNTING LEC 1 TBA MILLER, B.L. 75LEC 2 TBA MILLER, B.L. 75LEC 3 TBA 0LEC 4 TBA 0123 AUDITING LEC 1 TBA GARDNER, J.A. 75124 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING LEC 1 TBA HOLL, E.F. 75125 APPLICTNS-ACCOUNTNG LEC 1 TBA RAVETCH, D.S. 24127A TAX PRINCIPLES&PLCY LEC 1 TBA KLEIN, G.L. 75127B CORP&PARTNERSHP TAX LEC 1 TBA GARDNER, J.A. 75130A BASIC MANAGR FINANC LEC 1 TBA ANDERSEN, T.A. 75130B ADV MANAGER FINANCE LEC 1 TBA ANDERSEN, T.A. 75150 ELEMNTS INDST RELAT LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 40MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING14 SCIENCE-ENGR MATERL LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A THE STAFF 60 GLEC 2 MW 12:00- 1:50P BESCHER, E.P. 60 G90L PHYSCL MSRMNT-MATRL LAB 1 F 1:00- 4:50P THE STAFF 10 G121 MTLS SCI-SEMICNDCTR LEC 1 TR 2:00- 3:50P YANG, Y. 25 G132 METALLIC ALLOYS LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:50A ONO, K. 25 G143A MECH BEHV-MATERIALS LEC 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P THE STAFF 40 G151 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P YANG, J. 25 G161L LABORATORY-CERAMICS LAB 1 F 1:00- 4:50P LAN, E.H. 10 G162 ELECTRONIC CERAMICS LEC 1 MW 10:00-11:50A BESCHER, E.P. 20 G190 MTRL SLCTN&ENG DSGN LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P PRZYSTUPA, M.A. 30 G197 TECH WRTNG-MAT ENGR SEM 1 F 8:00- 9:50A BAHURA, J.M. 10 GMATHEMATICSComputing, Program in1 COMPUTERS&COMPUTING LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P COOPER, R. 120LEC 2 MWF 2:00- 2:50P LIN, M.C. 12010A INTR TO PROGRAMMING LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A STRONG, D. 150LEC 2 MWF 12:00-12:50P FALCONE, A.J. 150LEC 3 MWF 1:00- 1:50P FALCONE, A.J. 12010B INTRMDT PROGRAMMING LEC 1 MWF 1:00- 1:50P STRONG, D. 12010C ADVNCED PROGRAMMING LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50P SHINNERL, J.R. 12020 PRGRM INTERNET-JAVA LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A PEDERSEN, P.C. 6060 DATA STRCTR&ALGRTHM LEC 1 MWF 10:00-10:50A HERNEK, D. 35197 ADV TPCS-PROGRAMMNG LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A LIN, M.C. 35LEC 2 MWF 11:00-11:50A SHINNERL, J.R. 35Mathematics1 PRECALCULUS LEC 1 MWF 11:00-11:50A MOJICA, Y.M. 902 FINITE MATHEMATICS LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A MUNOZ-GARCIA, E. 1803A CALC LIFE SCI STDT LEC 1 MWF 12:00-12:50P CHEN, X. 1203B CALC LIFE SCI STDT LEC 1 MWF 8:00- 8:50A COHEN, D. 150LEC 2 MWF 2:00- 2:50P THE STAFF 1803C CALC LIFE SCI STDT LEC 1 MWF 9:00- 9:50A THE STAFF 150


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TENTATIVE SPRING 1998 MUSIC / 167CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS62DS TUBA STU 1 TBA JOHNSON, J.T. 563S PERCUSSION STU 1 TBA PETERS, M.T. 1064AS PIANO STU 1 TBA PONCE, W. 10STU 2 TBA MARGULIS, V. 10STU 3 PONCE, W. 1064AW PIANO STU 3 PONCE, W. 1064BS ORGAN STU 1 TBA HARMON, T.F. 565S VOICE STU 1 TBA MUSSARD, T.S. 5STU 2 TBA WARENSKJOLD, D. 5STU 3 TBA GONDEK, J.K. 5C90A <strong>UCLA</strong> CHORALE ACT 1 MW 3:00- 5:15P NEUEN, D. 10090B COLLEGIATE CHORUS ACT 1 TR 3:20- 5:00P NEUEN, D. 10090D OPERA WORKSHOP ACT 1 TR 3:00- 5:50P VENDICE, W.V. 40TR 3:00- 5:50PC90E SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ACT 1 TR 3:00- 3:50P ROBERTSON, J. 10090F SYMPHONIC BAND ACT 1 T 3:00- 4:50P HENDERSON, G. 100C90G WIND ENSEMBLE ACT 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P LEE, D.T. 8090L MUSCL COMEDY WRKSHP ACT 1 MW 3:00- 4:50P HALL, J.L. 60MW 3:00- 4:50P90M MRCHNG&VARSITY BAND ACT 1 F 3:00- 4:50P HENDERSON, G. 20090N JAZZ ENSEMBLE ACT 1 TR 7:00- 8:50P BROWN, G. 30ACT 2 W 7:00- 9:50P HENDERSON, G. 30ACT 3 R 5:00- 6:50P BURRELL, K.E. 15100C INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A HEUSER, F. 25 GTBASH101 AD KYBD HRMN&SCR RD LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:50P ASHFORTH, A.B. 10115B WOODWINDS STU 1 TR 2:00- 2:50P HEUSER, F. 25 GF 8:00- 8:50ASTU 2 TR 2:00- 2:50P HEUSER, F. 25 GF 8:00- 8:50A115C BRASS STU 1 TR 1:00- 1:50P HEUSER, F. 25 GF 8:00- 8:50ASTU 2 TR 1:00- 1:50P HEUSER, F. 25 GF 8:00- 8:50A115D PERCUSSION STU 1 TRF 8:00- 8:50A JUDKINS, J. 20 G120C MUSIC THEORY VI LEC 1 MTWR 9:00-10:50A THE STAFF 25LEC 2 MTWR 1:00- 2:50P KROUSE, I. 25123C COMPOSITION LEC 1 M 10:00-11:50A REALE, P.V. 15W 11:00-11:50AM129C JAZZ THEORY&IMPROV LEC 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P RANIER, T.J. 10 GSAME AS : ETHNOMU M129C160AS ADVANCED VIOLIN STU 1 TBA THE STAFF 5STU 2 TBA AVELLANO, C. 5160BS ADVANCED VIOLA STU 1 TBA WILSON, E.N. 5160CS ADVANCED CELLO STU 1 TBA GOLD, B.R. 5160DS ADV STRING BASS STU 1 TBA ZIBITS, P. 5160ES ADVANCED HARP STU 1 TBA NEILL, L.A. 5160FS ADV CLASSICL GUITAR STU 1 TBA NORMAN, T. 5STU 2 TBA YATES, P.F. 5161AS ADVANCED FLUTE STU 1 TBA STOKES, S. 10STU 2 THE STAFF 5161BS ADVANCED OBOE STU 1 TBA KUSZYK, M.A. 5161CS ADVANCED CLARINET STU 1 TBA GRAY, G.G. 5161DS ADVANCED BASSOON STU 1 TBA COKER, C.A. 5161ES ADVANCED SAXOPHONE STU 1 TBA GRAY, G.G. 5STU 2 THE STAFF 5162AS ADVANCED TRUMPET STU 1 TBA KARON, R.A. 5STU 2 TBA PRICE, C.C. 5162BS ADV FRENCH HORN STU 1 TBA TODD, R.J. 10162CS ADVANCED TROMBONE STU 1 TBA BOOTH, W.C. 5162DS ADVANCED TUBA STU 1 TBA JOHNSON, J.T. 5163S ADVANCED PERCUSSION STU 1 TBA PETERS, M.T. 5164AS ADVANCED PIANO STU 1 TBA PONCE, W. 10STU 2 TBA MARGULIS, V. 10164BS ADVANCED ORGAN STU 1 TBA HARMON, T.F. 5164CS ADV HARPSICHORD STU 1 TBA KARP, B. 5165S ADVANCED VOICE STU 1 TBA MUSSARD, T.S. 10STU 2 TBA WARENSKJOLD, D. 5STU 3 TBA GONDEK, J.K. 10STU 4 TBA WINDINGSTAD, K. 10C167 TOPICS-KEYBOARD LIT LEC 1 R 9:00-11:50A THE STAFF 5174B LANG OF SONG-FRENCH LEC 1 MW 11:00-11:50A BLANKENBURG, H.H. 15C175 CHAMBER ENSEMBLES ACT 1 M 3:00- 4:50P KAPLAN, M.S. 15ACT 2 M 6:00- 7:50P GRAY, G.G. 15ACT 3 W 5:00- 6:50P BOOTH, W.C. 15ACT 4 M 5:00- 6:50P PETERS, M.T. 15ACT 5 T 1:00- 2:50P HANSEN, J.I. 15ACT 6 R 5:00- 6:50P PONCE, W. 15ACT 8 MW 5:00- 5:50P LEE, D.T. 25ACT 9 F 1:00- 2:50P NEUEN, D. 10M177 JAZZ COMBO ACT 1 T 3:00- 4:50P THE STAFF 5 GSAME AS : ETHNOMU M177ACT 2 R 5:00- 6:50P BURRELL, K.E. 5 GACT 3 T 6:00- 7:50P BURRELL, K.E. 5 GACT 4 T 5:00- 6:50P LAND, H. 5 GACT 5 T 5:00- 6:50P HIGGINS, B. 10 GACT 6 T 7:00- 8:50P LOZA, S.J. 10 G


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TENTATIVE SPRING 1998 URBAN PLANNING / 175CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS60C INTRODUCTORY THAI DIS 1 MW 4:00- 5:50P MEEPOE, T.A. 20F 4:00- 4:50P ROLFE 211270C INTRO TAGALOG DIS 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P AZORES, T.M. 20F 1:00- 1:50P ROLFE 211871C INTERMEDIAT TAGALOG DIS 1 MW 2:00- 3:50P AZORES, T.M. 20F 2:00- 2:50P ROLFE 2112TESL and Applied Linguistics101 LANG LEARNING&TCHNG LEC 1 TR 12:00- 1:50P JENSEN, L. 20C103 PHONTCS-LANGUAGE ED SEM 1 MW 10:00-11:50A CELCE-MURCIA, M. 12THEATER13 PLAY READNG&ANALYSS LEC 1 M 12:00- 2:50P VILLARREAL, E.E. 120 G14C INTRO TO DESIGN LEC 1 MW 10:30-11:50A WARD, W.D. 75 G20 ACTING FUNDAMENTALS STU 1 MW 9:00-10:50A THE STAFF 20STU 2 MW 9:00-10:50A THE STAFF 2050 THTR PRDCTN&PRFRMNC STU 1 MW 1:00- 3:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GSTU 2 TR 1:00- 3:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GSTU 3 F 9:00-11:50A IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GF 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWNSTU 4 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 8 GSTU 5 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 4 GSTU 6 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 2 GSTU 7 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 8 GSTU 8 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GSTU 9 UNSCH LEVITOW, R.L. 8 GSTU 10 UNSCH GARDNER, G.A. 10 G101C REALSM&20C RESPONSE LEC 1 MW 9:30-10:50A SORGENFREI, C. 60 GM103E AFR AM-DPRSSN-PRSNT LEC 1 F 12:00- 2:50P ROBINSON, B.J. 100 GSAME AS : AFRO-AM M103E104C US THTR-WWI-PRESENT LEC 1 R 1:00- 3:50P ROBINSON, B.J. 20 G111C EUR THTR-1900-PRSNT LEC 1 TR 9:00-10:50A KRAJEWSKA-WIECZORE 25115C ACTNG&VOICE&MVMNT 1 STU 1 MW 3:00- 3:50P JENS, S. 25 G116C ACTNG&VOICE&MVMNT 2 STU 1 MW 1:00- 2:50P ORTH, T.J. 10 GSTU 2 TR 3:00- 6:30P HIGHLANDS, D. 10 G121 ACTING WORKSHOP STU 1 TR 9:00-10:50A 20STU 2 TR 11:00-12:50P 20123 INT ACTNG FOR STAGE STU 1 TBA CARUSO, S. 10125A ADVANCED MOVEMENT STU 1 TR 12:00- 1:30P RODRIGUE, J. 10125B ADV MOVEMENT&COMBAT STU 1 MW 3:00- 4:30P ORTH, T.J. 25127C ADVANCED ACTING STU 1 MW 3:00- 6:30P THE STAFF 25 G128C ACTING&VOICE&MVMT 2 STU 1 MW 11:00-12:20P WILBUR, M.L. 25 G130A FUND PLAYWRITING I LEC 1 T 1:00- 3:50P GARDNER, G. 20130B FUND PLAYWRITING II LEC 1 M 1:00- 3:50P THE STAFF 10C133C SCRIPT DVLPMT WKSHP LAB 1 TR 1:00- 2:50P LEVITOW, R.L. 25138 SPC PRB PRFRMN TCHN STU 2 TR 1:00- 2:50P ORTH, T.J. 25STU 3 TBA HARTER, P.M. 25147B RENDERING STU 1 TR 9:00-10:50A ROSE, R.S. 10 G150 THTR PRDCTN&PRFRMNC STU 1 MW 1:00- 3:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GSTU 2 TR 1:00- 3:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GSTU 3 F 9:00-11:50A IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GF 1:00- 3:50P MACGOWNSTU 4 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 8 GSTU 5 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 4 GSTU 6 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 2 GSTU 7 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 8 GSTU 8 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 3 GSTU 9 UNSCH LEVITOW, R.L. 8 GSTU 10 UNSCH GARDNER, G.A. 20 G152B LIGHTING DESIGN LEC 1 TBA JAMPOLIS, N.P. 10C153C COSTUME DSGN-FLM&TV LEC 1 MW 11:00-12:30P THE STAFF 10 GC154C SOUND FOR FILM&TV LEC 1 TR 11:00-12:30P WARD, W.D. 10 GC155C MARKER RENDERING STU 1 TR 11:00-12:50P THE STAFF 20 GC155F COSTUME RENDERING STU 1 TR 11:00-12:50P THE STAFF 10 GC157C COSTUME CONSTRCTION STU 1 S 9:00-12:50P BRANDT, J. 10171A ADV THEATER LAB LAB 1 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P VILLARREAL, E.E. 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWNLAB 2 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P THE STAFF 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWNLAB 3 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P THE STAFF 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWNLAB 4 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P THE STAFF 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWN171B ADV THEATER LAB LAB 1 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWNLAB 2 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWNLAB 3 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWNLAB 4 MTWRF 7:30-10:50P IONAZZI, D.A. 10MTWRF 7:30-10:50P MACGOWN173A DESIGN ASGNMNT-ASST STU 1 UNSCH ARMSTRONG, A.M. 25 G173B PRDCTN DSGN ASGNMNT STU 1 UNSCH RAMICOVA, D. 10 G174C PROJECT-STAGE MGMT STU 1 UNSCH IONAZZI, D.A. 10 G192 MP&TV&THTR INTRNSHP FLD 1 TBA WARD, W.D. 25URBAN PLANNINGC184 LOOKING AT L A DIS 1 TBA LEAVITT, J. 10 G


176 / WOMEN’S STUDIES TENTATIVE SPRING 1998CATALOG ENF CLS ENRL CRNUMBER COURSE TITLE REQ ID NUMBER TYP SEC DAYS TIME BUILDING/ ROOM INSTRUCTOR CAP XC TP UNITS191 CITIES AND PLANNING LEC 1 TBA LEE, R W 30193 URBAN POLICY&RESRCH LEC 1 TBA WOLFF, G. 25LEC 2 TBA HECHT, S.B. 25WOMEN’S STUDIES10 FMNST-WOMEN&SOCIETY LEC 1 TBA DE, E.N. 160M106 IMAGINARY WOMEN SEM 1 MW 10:00-11:50A KING, K.C. 10SAME AS : HNRS M106M107A AMRCN WOMEN WRITERS LEC 1 TBA RETMAN, S.H. 30SAME AS : ENGL M107AM107B BRITISH WOMN WRITRS LEC 1 TBA SMITH, P.J. 20SAME AS : ENGL M107BM107C SPCL TPCS-WOMEN&LIT LEC 1 TBA WATSON, D.C. 20SAME AS : ENGL M107C110B FMNST THRY-HUMNTIES LEC 1 TR 10:00-11:30A ROSEN, J.A. 40125 WOMEN&HLTH CARE-US LEC 1 TBA MELDRUM, M. 25130 WOMEN OF COLOR-U S LEC 1 MW 12:00- 1:50P NETTLES, K.D. 80M132A CHICANA FEMINISM LEC 1 TBA SALDIVAR-HULL, S. 15SAME AS : CHICANO M110M132B CONTMP ISS-CHICANAS LEC 1 TBA ORTIZ, V. 10SAME AS : CHICANO M154135 WOMEN-PHYSICS&MATH LEC 1 TR 12:30- 1:45P BYERS, N. 25M162 SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 60SAME AS : SOCIOL M162M165 PSYCH OF GENDER LEC 1 TBA PEPLAU, L.A. 50SAME AS : PSYCH M165170 JRSPRDNC-SEXL EQLTY LEC 1 F 10:00-12:50P DE LA ROCHA, R. 30185B SPCL TPC-WOMNS STDS LEC 1 TBA DAVIS, P. 30185C SPCL TPC-WOMNS STDS LEC 1 TBA LEVY, B. 40M192 PHIL ANLY-FEM THERY LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 20SAME AS : PHILOS M192197 SENIOR RESEARCH SEM SEM 1 TBA MANOFF, R.J. 15SEM 2 TBA THE STAFF 15WORLD ARTS AND CULTURES1A FNDMNT-MODERN DANCE LAB 1 TBA LEUNG, A.S. 25LAB 2 TBA LEUNG, A. 251B FNDMNT-MODERN DANCE LAB 1 TBA LEUNG, A. 25LAB 2 TBA LEUNG, A. 251C FNDMNT-MODERN DANCE LAB 1 TBA BROWN, R.E. 257C BEGINNING BALLET LAB 1 TBA THE STAFF 2020 MUSIC-SOUNDS&SYSTMS STU 1 TBA GERE, D.H. 3023L LAB-CONDITNNG-DNCRS LAB 1 TBA BAILEY, S.R. 25 PN48 LAB-DANCE PRODUCTN LAB 1 UNSCH REISMAN-JAMPOLIS,J 20 PN71E DANCE OF KOREA STU 1 TBA HA, S.H. 2072B DANCE-WEST AFRICA STU 1 TBA CAMARA, N. 2579 DANCE-SELECTED CLTR STU 1 TBA SHAPIRO, S.C. 2580C FUNDAMNTLS-MOVEMENT LEC 1 TBA SIEGEL, J. 35101C INTMD MOD DNCE TCHN STU 1 TBA LEUNG, A.S. 20STU 2 TBA MARTIN, N. 25C102C ADV MDRN DANCE TCHN LAB 1 TBA BROWN, R.E. 20LAB 2 TBA THE STAFF 20106C INTERMEDIATE BALLET LAB 1 TBA THE STAFF 20C107C ADVANCED BALLET LAB 1 TBA THE STAFF 20110 FLD-WRLD ARTS&CLTRS FLD 1 UNSCH NABOKOV, P. 10115 TOPICS-CHOREOGRAPHY LEC 1 TBA ROUSSEVE, D.J. 20LEC 2 TBA MARTIN, N. 20122 MOVEMENT THEORIES LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 20C127 PRODCTN-DANCE&VIDEO LAB 1 TBA BISHOP, J.M. 5 G130 TPC-WRLD ARTS&CLTRS LEC 1 TBA WATERMAN, C.A. 30LEC 2 TBA TOBIN, J.P. 25135 DANCE-UNITED STATES LEC 1 TBA GERE, D.H. 50142 ADV DANCE THTR LGHT LEC 1 TBA REISMAN-JAMPOLIS,J 20146 TEXTILES OF WORLD LEC 1 TBA THE STAFF 20148 ADV LAB-DANCE PRDCT LAB 1 UNSCH REISMAN-JAMPOLIS,J 20 PN149 DANCE PRFRMC PRCTCM LAB 1 UNSCH LEUNG, A. 20 PNC160C GRP DYNAMCS&PROCESS LEC 1 WF 8:00- 9:50A DOSAMANTES-BEAUDRY 20 PNM166 MEXCN MURAL-MURALSM LEC 1 TBA BACA, J.F. 10 GSAME AS : CHICANO M166M167 PUBLIC ART LEC 1 TBA BACA, J.F. 20SAME AS : CHICANO M167C171B DANCE OF INDONESIA STU 1 TBA UTAMA, I. 25C172B DANCE-WEST AFRICA STU 1 TBA CAMARA, N. 25C174C DANCE OF SPAIN STU 1 TBA DE LEON TORSIELLOL 20190B SENIOR COLLOQUIUM LEC 1 TBA WATERMAN, C.A. 35 T2192 PROJECTS IN DANCE LAB 1 TBA BROWN, R.E. 20LAB 2 TBA LEUNG, A.S. 10LAB 3 TBA ROUSSEVE, D.J. 10196 SENIOR PROJECT SEM 1 TBA LEUNG, A.S. 20


Winter 1998 177Academic CounselingAll new undergraduates are encouraged to obtain counseling prior toenrollment in classes and are required to do so by the School of Engineeringand Applied Science. See the list below for the names andcontact numbers for your departmental or school advisers.Arts and Architecture (310) 206-3564Engineering and Applied Science (310) 825-2826Nursing (310) 825-7181Theater, Film, and Television (310) 825-5761Letters and Science (310) 825-1965L&S Counseling ServicesThe College of Letters and Science offers a wide range of academiccounseling assistance to its students, including• Assistance with program planning• Assessment of degree requirements• Help in choosing a major• Counseling regarding scholastic difficulty• Discussion of options and alternatives• Group counseling sessions on specific topics• Requests for exceptions to regulations• Prehealth and prelaw open counseling sessions• Counseling assistants (CAs) — graduate students from variousacademic departments who assist undergraduates in selectingcourses and majors throughout their first and second years at<strong>UCLA</strong>. CAs also advise students who are interested in graduateschool.To schedule a same-day appointment, visit the Letters and ScienceCounseling Service, A316 Murphy Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:15a.m. to 4:30 p.m.ASK Peer CounselorsASK Peer Counselors are available weekdays to answer brief questionsand make referrals at Campbell Hall (southwest corner), PowellLibrary (southeast corner), and Powell/Royce Quad from 10 a.m. to 2p.m., next to A316 Murphy Hall from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and adjacent to1104 Murphy Hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.L&S Academic Advancement Program(AAP)AAP counselors work with AAP students to plan their academic programs,monitor their progress toward a degree, provide them with informationabout different majors’ requirements and prerequisites,and discuss graduate school and career options. AAP counselorsalso encourage students to explore their talents and abilities, arethere to listen to students, and talk with them about academic andpersonal problems. For AAP students who entered <strong>UCLA</strong> fall 1994 orlater, AAP counselors have full signature authority as professionalL&S counselors. AAP students’ official folders are housed in 1209Campbell Hall, where petitions and other official paperwork must besubmitted. Appointments are made in person weekdays 9 a.m. to 1p.m. in 1209 Campbell Hall; appointments by phone are taken 1-3p.m. at (310) 825-1481.AAP Peer CounselingAAP Peer Counseling consists of 26 advanced standing undergraduatepeer counselors who work under the direct supervision of a professionalcounselor. Peer Counselors work with entering studentsand support them in the transition from high school or community collegeto <strong>UCLA</strong>. They focus on the students’ adjustment to universitylife and refer them to both AAP and campus resources and services.Peer Counselor appointments for entering students can be made inperson or by phone weekdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in 1228 CampbellHall, (310) 206-1572.L&S Honors ProgramsL&S Honors Programs offer academic counseling and services tostudents in College Honors, Education Abroad Program, Honors Collegium,and Departmental Scholar Program. Counselors are availableto help with program planning, choosing a major, planning forgraduate school, and many other academic concerns. Students inCollege Honors may also be eligible for letters of recommendation,heavier course loads, and courses by examination. Information onthese programs and services, as well as individual appointments,may be obtained in A311 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-1553.College and SchoolsCounselors and AdvisersAerospace StudiesAlexandra Skierso, Staff, 210 Men's Gym, 825-1742,askierso@ucla.eduDavid L. Terrell, Faculty, 212 Men's Gym, 825-1742,dterrell@ucla.eduAfrican Area Studies (Graduate)David J. Russell, Staff, 10250 Bunche Hall, 825-2944,drussell@isop.ucla.eduAnna Simons, Faculty, 316B Haines Hall, 206-8148,asimons@ucla.eduAfrican Languages (Undergraduate)Russell G. Schuh, Faculty, 2126B Campbell Hall, 206-2663,schuh@humnet.ucla.eduAfrican Studies (Undergraduate)Christopher Ehret, Faculty, 7290 Bunche Hall, 825-4093,ehret@history.ucla.eduAfro-American StudiesKhisna Griffin, Staff (G/UG), 143A Haines Hall, 825-3776,kgriffin@caas.ucla.eduValerie A. Smith, Faculty (G/UG), 160 Haines Hall, 825-7403American Indian Studies (Graduate)Paul V. Kroskrity, Faculty, 386 Haines Hall, 825-6237,paulvk@ucla.eduDwight Youpee, Staff, 3215 Campbell Hall, 206-7511,dyoupee@ucla.eduAnthropologySelma Morley, Staff (UG), 341 Haines Hall, 206-3362,smorley@ucla.eduJudy Stevenson, Staff (Honors/UG), 341 Haines Hall, 206-3362,jsteve@ucla.eduAnn Walters, Staff (G), 341 Haines Hall, 825-2511,awalters@anthro.ucla.eduApplied Linguistics (Graduate)Lyn Repath-Martos, Staff, 3300A Rolfe Hall, 825-4631,lyn@humnet.ucla.eduArchaeology (Graduate)Helle Girey, Staff, A148 Fowler Building, 825-4169, hgirey@ucla.eduArchitecture and Urban Design (Graduate)Larry Nadeau, Staff, 1317 Perloff Hall, 825-6103,nadeau@aud.ucla.edu


178 / Academic Counseling Winter 1998ArtRoma King, Staff (UG), 1300 Dickson, 825-3645,rking@arts.ucla.eduMichelle Rickman, Staff (G), 1300 Dickson, 206-7363,mrickman@arts.ucla.eduArt HistoryBeth Gray, Staff (G/UG), 100 Dodd Hall, 825-3480,gray@humnet.ucla.eduArts and Architecture, School of theJoanne Chen/Betsy Foster/Merrillyn Pace, Staff, 1100 Dickson, 206-3564, students@arts.ucla.eduAsian American StudiesSefa Aina, Staff (UG), 2241 Campbell Hall, 825-1006,sefa@ucla.eduEnrique Dela Cruz, Staff (G), 3230 Campbell Hall, 825-2974,tulisan@ucla.eduMeg Thornton, Staff (UG), 2239 Campbell Hall, 825-1006,meg@ucla.eduAstronomySee Physics and AstronomyAthleticsSheila Gardette, Staff, Morgan Center, 825-8699,sgardette@athletics.ucla.eduChelley Maple, Staff, Morgan Center, 825-8699,cmaple@athletics.ucla.eduEric White, Staff, Morgan Center, 825-8699, ewhite@hup.ucla.eduAtmospheric SciencesWarren Blier, Faculty (UG), 7127 Math Sciences, 206-7428,blier@atmos.ucla.eduRobert G. Fovell, Faculty (UG), 7127 Math Sciences, 206-9956,fovell@atmos.ucla.eduLawrence R. Lyons, Faculty (G), 7127 Math Sciences, 825-7876,larry@atmos.ucla.eduJ. David Neelin, Faculty (G), 7127 Math Sciences, 206-3734,neelin@atmos.ucla.eduLori Okimoto-Wheatley, Staff (G/UG), 7127 Math Sciences, 825-1954, lori@atmos.ucla.eduSuzanne E. Paulson, Faculty (G), 7127 Math Sciences, 206-6442,paulson@atmos.ucla.eduBiological Chemistry (Graduate)Gregory S. Payne, Faculty, 33-257 CHS, 206-3121,gpayne@biochem.medsch.ucla.eduBiologyEmily Hertzberg, Staff (UG), 2312 Life Sciences, 825-1680,emilyh@lifesci.ucla.eduNancy Purtill, Staff (UG), 2312 Life Sciences, 825-1680,nancyp@lifesci.ucla.eduJocelyn Yamadera, Staff (G), 2316 Life Sciences, 825-1959,jocelyny@lifesci.ucla.eduBiomathematics (Graduate)Carol M. Newton, Faculty, AV-625 CHS, 825-5800,cnewton@biomath.medsch.ucla.eduBiomedical Physics (Graduate)Loretta Brookes, Staff, 1V-365 CHS, 825-7811,lbrookes@mail.rad.ucla.eduEdward J. Hoffman, Faculty, B2-049 CHS, 825-8851,ehoffman@mail.nuc.ucla.eduWilliam H. McBride, Faculty, B3-109 CHS, 794-7051,mcbride@radonc.ucla.eduBiostatistics (Graduate)Robert M. Elashoff, Faculty, 51-254 CHS, 825-5250,elashoff@admin.ph.ucla.eduCarol Yasutomi, Staff, 51-254 CHS, 267-2186,yasutomi@admin.ph.ucla.eduChemical EngineeringDiane Golomb, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-1704,diane@ea.ucla.eduRobert F. Hicks, Faculty (G), 5531 Boelter Hall, 206-6865,hicks@ea.ucla.eduChemistry and BiochemistryGina Amodeo, Staff (G), 4006 Young Hall, 825-3150,gina@chem.ucla.eduWendy Fujinami, Staff (UG), 4016 Young Hall, 825-1859,fuji@chem.ucla.eduPhyllis Jergenson, Staff (G), 4006 Young Hall, 825-3150,plj@chem.ucla.eduAmy J. Stark, Staff (UG), 4016 Young Hall, 825-1859,lueker@chem.ucla.eduChemistry/Materials Science (Undergraduate)Bruce S. Dunn, Faculty, 6532D Boelter Hall, 825-1519,dunn@seas.ucla.eduLeslie Hinman, Staff, 6531A Boelter Hall, 825-8916,leslie@ea.ucla.eduChicana and Chicano Studies (Undergraduate)Jovita Càrdenas, Staff, 7351 Bunche Hall, 206-7696,jovita@ucla.eduCivil and Environmental EngineeringMenachem Elimelech, Faculty (G), 5732J Boelter Hall, 825-1774,elim@seas.ucla.eduMary Anne Geber, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-2036,maryanne@ea.ucla.eduClassicsAndrew R. Dyck, Faculty (G), 254C Dodd Hall, 825-4274,dyck@humnet.ucla.eduBeth Gray, Staff (G/UG), 100 Dodd Hall, 825-3480,gray@humnet.ucla.eduSteven Lattimore, Faculty (UG), 247L Dodd Hall, 825-3324,lattimore@humnet.ucla.eduCommunication Studies (Undergraduate)Eugenie H. Dye, Staff, 9244 Bunche Hall, 206-8446, 825-3303,dye@ucla.eduCommunity Health Sciences (Graduate)Gail G. Harrison, Faculty, 36-071 CHS, 825-5308, gailh@ucla.eduDiana Springer, Staff, 36-071 CHS, 825-5308,springer@admin.ph.ucla.eduComparative LiteratureEffective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:Kerry Allen, Staff (G), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-1147,allen@humnet.ucla.eduAli Behdad, Faculty (G, M.A.), 3321 Rolfe Hall, 825-3614,behdad@humnet.ucla.eduMichael Floeck, Staff (UG), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-4620,floeck@humnet.ucla.eduEfraín Kristal, Faculty (G, Ph.D.), 5310 Rolfe Hall, 206-2191,kristal@humnet.ucla.eduRoss P. Shideler, Faculty (UG), 6355 Public Policy Building, 825-3014, shideler@humnet.ucla.eduComputer ScienceMilos D. Ercegovac, Faculty (G), 4731H Boelter Hall, 825-5414,milos@cs.ucla.eduMi Suk Kwon, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-0968,misuk@ea.ucla.edu


Winter 1998 Academic Counseling / 179Cybernetics (Undergraduate)Beth Rubin, Staff, 4532H Boelter Hall, 825-7482, beth@cs.ucla.eduDentistry/Oral Biology (Graduate)Soon-Ok Dixon, Staff, 63-050 Dentistry, 825-1955,soonok@dent.ucla.eduM.S.: Douglas Junge, Faculty, 63-078 Dentistry, 825-5795,djunge@ucla.eduPh.D.: Lawrence E. Wolinsky, Faculty, 63-070 Dentistry, 825-0030,wolinsky@ucla.eduDesignRoma King, Staff (UG), 1300 Dickson, 825-3645,rking@arts.ucla.eduMichelle Rickman, Staff (G), 1300 Dickson, 206-7363,mrickman@arts.ucla.eduEarth and Space Sciences/Geology, GeophysicsWayne A. Dollase, Faculty (UG), 3667 Geology, 825-3823,dollase@ucla.eduWilliam I. Newman, Faculty (G), 4640 Geology, 825-3912.win@ucla.eduSpring Verity, Staff (G/UG), 3683 Geology, 825-3917,sverity@ess.ucla.eduEast Asian Languages and CulturesEffective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:John B. Duncan, Faculty (G), 6258 Public Policy Building, 794-8931,duncan@humnet.ucla.eduChinese (Undergraduate)David C. Schalberg, Faculty, 6284 Public Policy Building, 825-0259,schalberg@humnet.ucla.eduJapanese (Undergraduate)Michele F. Marra, Faculty, 6266 Public Policy Building, 794-8941,marra@humnet.ucla.eduKorean (Undergraduate)Sung-Ock Sohn, Faculty, 6240 Public Policy Building, 794-8945,sohn@humnet.ucla.eduEast Asian Studies (Undergraduate)Effective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:ChineseDavid C. Schalberg, Faculty, 6284 Public Policy Building, 825-0259,schalberg@humnet.ucla.eduJapaneseMichele F. Marra, Faculty, 6266 Public Policy Building, 794-8941,marra@humnet.ucla.eduKoreanSung-Ock Sohn, Faculty, 6240 Public Policy Building, 794-8945,sohn@humnet.ucla.eduEconomicsLora Clarke, Staff (G), 8242 Bunche Hall, 206-1413,lclarke@econ.ucla.eduDeborah Frohman, Staff (UG, business economics), 2250 BuncheHall, 206-2850, frohman@econ.ucla.eduJulie Plotkin, Staff (UG), 2253 Bunche Hall, 825-5118,plotkin@econ.ucla.eduEducationSusan Abler, Staff (UG minor), 1009 Moore Hall, 825-5269,abler@gseis.ucla.eduCary A Whitcup, Staff (G), 1009 Moore Hall, 825-8326,whitcup@gseis.ucla.eduElectrical EngineeringOscar M. Stafsudd, Jr., Faculty (G), 58-113 Engineering IV, 825-4360, stafsudd@ee.ucla.eduJohn Weitzel, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-9602,jweitzel@ea.ucla.eduEngineering and Applied Science, School ofOffice of Academic and Student Affairs (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-2826EnglishCarolyn Clark, Staff (G/UG), 2222 Rolfe Hall, 825-1389,carolyn@humnet.ucla.eduMichelle Harding, Staff (G), 2203 Rolfe Hall, 825-1223,harding@humnet.ucla.eduJanel Munguia, Staff (UG), 2222 Rolfe Hall, 825-1389,munguia@humnet.ucla.eduEnvironmental Health Sciences (Graduate)Marisa Chin, Staff, 56-070 CHS, 206-1619, chin@admin.ph.ucla.eduJohn R. Froines, Faculty, 46-070A CHS, 206-6141,jfroines@ucla.eduEnvironmental Science and Engineering (Graduate)Richard F. Ambrose, Faculty, 46-059 CHS, 825-6144,rambrose@ucla.eduMyrna Gordon, Staff, 46-081 CHS, 825-9901,gordon@admin.ph.ucla.eduEpidemiology (Graduate)Ralph R. Frerichs, Faculty, 71-254 CHS, 825-8579,frerichs@ucla.eduSara Hosegera, Staff, 71-254 CHS, 206-3901,hosegera@admin.ph.ucla.eduEthnomusicologyAlfred Bradley, Staff (UG), 1642 Schoenberg Hall Annex, 825-4768,abradley@arts.ucla.eduMary Crawford, Staff (G), 1642B Schoenberg Hall Annex, 825-4769,maryc@arts.ucla.eduEuropean Studies (Undergraduate)Sylvia Dillon, Staff, 11137 Bunche Hall, 825-6387,sdillon@isop.ucla.eduGeoffrey W. Symcox, Faculty, 6265 Bunche Hall, 825-1370,symcox@history.ucla.eduFilm and TelevisionSee School of Theater, Film, and TelevisionFolklore and Mythology (Graduate)Donald J. Cosentino, Faculty, 1037A Public Policy Building, 825-3962, cosentin@humnet.ucla.eduFrenchEffective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:Kerry Allen, Staff (G), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-1147,allen@humnet.ucla.eduNicole Dufresne, Faculty (UG), 2326 Murphy Hall, 794-8927,dufresne@humnet.ucla.eduMichael Floeck, Staff (UG), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-4620,floeck@humnet.ucla.eduEric Gans, Faculty (G), 6387 Public Policy Building, 794-8925,gans@humnet.ucla.eduAndrea Loselle, Faculty (UG), 6375 Public Policy Building, 794-8918,loselle@humnet.ucla.eduGeography/Environmental StudiesJason Corbett, Staff (G), 1253 Bunche Hall, 825-4655,jcorbett@geog.ucla.eduGerry A. Hale, Faculty (UG), 1251 Bunche Hall, 825-1166,hale@geog.ucla.eduGlen M. MacDonald, Faculty (G), 1152 Bunche Hall, 825-2568,macdonal@geog.ucla.edu


180 / Academic Counseling Winter 1998Germanic LanguagesEffective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:Kerry Allen, Staff (G), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-1147,allen@humnet.ucla.eduMichael Floeck, Staff (UG), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-4620,floeck@humnet.ucla.eduRobert S. Kirsner, Faculty (UG, Plan C), 6325 Public Policy Building,206-4111, kirsner@humnet.ucla.eduJill Anne Kowalik, Faculty (G, literature), 6333 Public Policy Building,206-6230, kowalik@humnet.ucla.eduJutta Landa, Faculty (UG, Plan A), 6336 Public Policy Building, 794-8962, landa@humnet.ucla.eduChristopher M. Stevens, Faculty (G, linguistics), 6339 Public PolicyBuilding, 206-4948, stevens@humnet.ucla.eduPeter Tokofsky, Faculty (UG, Plan B), 1087 Public Policy Building,825-5077, toko@humnet.ucla.eduGerontology (Undergraduate)Larry L. Butcher, Faculty, 8631 Franz Hall, 206-0312,gerontol@psych.ucla.eduHealth Services (Graduate)Jennifer Nixt, Staff, 31-253A CHS, 825-7863,nixt@admin.ph.ucla.eduThomas H. Rice, Faculty, 31-293D CHS, 206-1824, trice@ucla.eduHistoryBarbara Bernstein, Staff (G), 6273 Bunche Hall, 825-3269,bbernste@history.ucla.eduPaul Padilla, Staff (UG), 6248 Bunche Hall, 825-3720,padilla@history.ucla.eduShela Patel, Staff (G), 6273A Bunche Hall, 206-2627,patel@history.ucla.eduHistory/Art History (Undergraduate)Beth Gray, Staff, 100 Dodd Hall, 825-3480, gray@humnet.ucla.eduIndo-European Studies (Graduate)Beth Gray, Staff, 100 Dodd Hall, 825-3480, gray@humnet.ucla.eduBrent Vine, Faculty, 289B Dodd Hall, 825-1121,vine@humnet.ucla.eduInternational Development Studies (Undergraduate)Patrick Burns, Staff, 11276 Bunche Hall, 825-2927,ids@isop.ucla.eduIslamic Studies (Graduate)Michael G. Morony, Faculty, 6242 Bunche Hall, 825-1962,morony@history.ucla.eduItalianEffective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:Kerry Allen, Staff (G), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-1147,allen@humnet.ucla.eduMassimo Ciavolella (G), Faculty, 6218 Public Policy Building, 794-8907, ciavolel@humnet.ucla.eduMichael Floeck, Staff (UG), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-4620,floeck@humnet.ucla.eduThomas Harrison (UG), Faculty, 6232 Public Policy Building, 794-8912, harrison@humnet.ucla.eduLatin American StudiesCarolyn Ramirez-La Faso, Staff (G/UG), 10347 Bunche Hall, 206-6571, cramirez@isop.ucla.eduLinda Rodríguez, Faculty (G/UG), 10347 Bunche Hall, 206-6571,lrodrigu@isop.ucla.eduLaw, School of (Graduate)Admissions Information, 71 Dodd Hall, 825-4041Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies (Undergraduate)James A. Schultz, Faculty, 251A Kinsey Hall,206-0516,jschultz@humnet.ucla.eduLetters and Science, College ofCollege Counseling Service (UG), A316 Murphy Hall, 825-1965ASK peer counselors (ASK@hup.ucla.edu), available weekdays atCampbell Hall (southwest corner), Powell Library (southeastcorner), and Royce Quad from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; A316C MurphyHall (with computer access) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and adjacent to1104 Murphy Hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Academic Advancement Program (UG), 1209 Campbell Hall, 825-1481AAP Peer Counseling, 1228 Campbell Hall, 206-1572Library and Information Science (Graduate)Susan Abler, Staff, 1009 Moore Hall, 825-5269,abler@gseis.ucla.eduCary A. Whitcup, Staff, 1009 Moore Hall, 825-8326,whitcup@gseis.ucla.eduLinguisticsThomas J. Hinnebusch, Faculty (UG), 3120N Campbell Hall, 825-9747, hinnebus@ucla.eduNina M. Hyams, Faculty (UG), 2210B Campbell Hall, 206-8375,hyams@humnet.ucla.eduPatricia A. Keating, Faculty (G), 2101J Campbell Hall, 825-9310,keating@humnet.ucla.eduHilda J. Koopman, Faculty (UG), 3103J Campbell Hall, 825-9466,koopman@ucla.eduPamela L. Munro, Faculty (UG), 3125 Campbell Hall, 206-0056.munro@ucla.eduRussell G. Schuh, Faculty (UG), 2126B Campbell Hall, 206-2663,schuh@humnet.ucla.eduTimothy A. Stowell, Faculty (G), 3125 Campbell Hall, 825-0634,stowell@ucla.eduLinguistics and Computer Science (Undergraduate)Edward P. Stabler, Faculty, 3103F Campbell Hall, 826-8376,stabler@ucla.eduManagement (Graduate)M.B.A.: Ilene Haniotis, Staff, B201F Gold Hall, 825-6944,ilene.haniotis@anderson.ucla.eduM.S./Ph.D.: Lydia Heyman, Staff, C524 Entrepreneurs Hall, 825-2667, lydia.heyman@anderson.ucla.eduMaterials Science and EngineeringLila Ryan, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-2889, lila@ea.ucla.eduJenn-Ming Yang, Faculty (G), 6532C Boelter Hall, 825-2758,jyang@seas.ucla.eduMathematicsCollette Jacobus, Staff (UG), 6356 Math Sciences, 206-1286,collette@math.ucla.eduRoberto H. Schonmann, Faculty (G), 6356 Math Sciences, 825-4971, rhs@math.ucla.eduMechanical and Aerospace EngineeringMary Anne Geber, Staff (UG, aerospace), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-2036, maryanne@ea.ucla.eduRobert E. Kelly, Faculty (G), 46-147B Engineering IV, 825-5489Lila Ryan, Staff (UG, mechanical), 6426 Boelter Hall, 825-2889,lila@ea.ucla.eduMedicine, School of (Graduate)Admissions Information, 13-144 CHS, 825-6081


Winter 1998 Academic Counseling / 181Microbiology and Immunology (Graduate)Melanie Levin, Staff, 43-118 CHS, 206-5148,mlevin@microimmun.medsch.ucla.eduSherie L. Morrison, Faculty, 43-233 CHS, 825-5663,sheriem@microbio.lifesci.ucla.eduMicrobiology and Molecular GeneticsHeidi Cohen, Staff (G/UG), 1602B Molecular Sciences, 825-8482,heidic@microbio.lifesci.ucla.eduMilitary ScienceRita J. Salley, Faculty, 142 Men's Gym, 825-7381, rsalley@ucla.eduMolecular and Medical Pharmacology (Graduate)Cameron B. Gundersen, Faculty, 23-377 BRI, 794-7726,cgundersen@jlnrc.ucla.eduMolecular Biology (Graduate)Karambir Singh, Faculty, 225A Botany, 206-8259, ksingh@ucla.eduBo Tendis, Staff, 168 MBI, 825-1018,botendis@lbes.medsch.ucla.eduMolecular, Cell, and Developmental BiologyVolker Hartenstein, Faculty (G), 4214 Life Sciences, 206-7523,volkerh@mcdb.ucla.eduKimberley Hersom, Staff (G/UG), 2316 Life Sciences, 825-7109,khersom@lifesci.ucla.eduJudith A. Lengyel, Faculty (UG), 4219 Life Sciences, 825-3298,jlengyel@mcdb.ucla.eduMusicAlfred Bradley, Staff (UG), 1642 Schoenberg Hall Annex, 825-4768,abradley@arts.ucla.eduMary Crawford, Staff (G), 1642B Schoenberg Hall Annex, 825-4769,maryc@arts.ucla.eduMusicologyAlfred Bradley, Staff (UG), 1642 Schoenberg Hall Annex, 825-4768,abradley@arts.ucla.eduCora Gamulo, Staff (G), 2443 Schoenberg Hall, 206-5187,gamulo@humnet.ucla.eduNaval ScienceDonna Tenerelli, Staff, 123 Men's Gym, 825-9075,donna@navy.ucla.eduNear Eastern Languages and CulturesDiane AbuGheida, Staff (G/UG), 376 Kinsey Hall, 825-4165,abugheid@humnet.ucla.eduMichael Fishbein, Faculty (UG), 389 Kinsey Hall, 206-2229,fishbein@humnet.ucla.eduYona Sabar, Faculty (G), 378 Kinsey Hall, 206-1389,sabar@humnet.ucla.eduNear Eastern Studies (Undergraduate)Irene A. Bierman, Faculty, 10286 Bunche Hall, 825-1181,bierman@ucla.eduNeurobiology (Graduate)Nicholas C. Brecha, Faculty, 73-244 CHS, 825-9556,nbrecha@ucla.eduStudent Affairs Officer, Staff, 73-241A CHS, 825-9556NeuroscienceSuzie Vader, Staff (G), 73-360 CHS, 825-8153,svader@bri.medsch.ucla.eduJoseph B. Watson, Faculty (G), 48-257 NPI&H, 825-7587,jwatson@npimain.medsch.ucla.eduDavid Whelan, Staff (UG), 73-364 CHS, 206-2349,dwhelan@ucla.eduNursing, School ofLauretta Bobo, Staff (G/UG), 2-200 Factor Building, 825-7181,lbobo@sonnet.ucla.eduKathy Scrivner, Staff (G/UG), 2-200 Factor Building, 825-5654,kscrivne@sonnet.ucla.eduRhonda Younger, Staff (G), 2-200 Factor Building, 825-7181,rflenoy@sonnet.ucla.eduOral Biology/Dentistry (Graduate)Soon-Ok Dixon, Staff, 63-050 Dentistry, 825-1955,soonok@dent.ucla.eduM.S.: Douglas Junge, Faculty, 63-078 Dentistry, 825-5795,djunge@ucla.eduPh.D.: Lawrence E. Wolinsky, Faculty, 63-070 Dentistry, 825-0030,wolinsky@ucla.eduOrganizational Studies (Undergraduate)Eric H. Monkkonen, Faculty, 3371 Public Policy Building, 206-4613,emonkkon@ucla.eduPathology and Laboratory Medicine (Graduate)Judith A. Berliner, Faculty, 13-229 CHS, 825-2436,jberline@pathology.medsch.ucla.eduJo Hamady, Staff, 13-145G CHS, 825-5719,jhamady@pathology.medsch.ucla.eduPhilosophyDonald Kalish, Faculty (UG), 366 Dodd Hall, 825-1476,kalish@humnet.ucla.eduArlecia Powell-Halley, Staff (G/UG), 329 Dodd Hall, 206-1356,arlecia@humnet.ucla.eduPhysics and AstronomyPenny Lucky, Staff (G), 3-164 Knudsen Hall, 825-2307,plucky@physics.ucla.eduFrançoise Quéval, Staff (UG), 3-160 Knudsen Hall, 825-2453,queval@physics.ucla.eduPhysiological ScienceMichael Carr, Staff (G), 2121 Life Sciences, 825-3891,mcarr@physci.ucla.eduAlison Greenfield, Staff (UG), 2121 Life Sciences, 825-3892,alisong@physci.lifesci.ucla.eduPhysiology (Graduate)Sheri Klein, Staff, 53-237 CHS, 825-6717,sheri@physiology.medsch.ucla.eduSally J. Krasne, Faculty, C8-149 CHS, 825-8884,skrasne@physiology.medsch.ucla.eduPolicy StudiesPeter Brown, Staff (UG), 3371 Public Policy Building, 206-4613,pbrown@hup.ucla.eduMaciek Kolodziejczak, Staff (G), 3371 Public Policy Building, 206-3148, maciek@ucla.eduEric H. Monkkonen, Faculty (UG), 3371 Public Policy Building, 206-4613, emonkkon@ucla.eduPolitical ScienceJose Cue, Staff (UG), 4256 Bunche Hall, 825-3862, 206-7669,cue@polisci.ucla.eduKathy Escobedo, Staff (UG), 4256 Bunche Hall, 825-3862, 206-7669,escobedo@polisci.ucla.eduBarbara Jess, Staff (G), 4266 Bunche Hall, 825-3372,jess@polisci.ucla.eduDavid O. Wilkinson, Faculty (UG), 3280 Bunche Hall, 825-3450,dow@ucla.eduE. Victor Wolfenstein, Faculty (G), 3389B Bunche Hall, 825-3838,evw@ucla.edu


182 / Academic Counseling Winter 1998Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences (Graduate)Mary Mossman, Staff (G/UG), C8-202 NPI&H, 825-0770,mmossman@npih.mednet.ucla.eduPsychologyDena Chertoff, Staff (G), 3457 Franz Hall, 825-4117,chertoff@psych.ucla.eduSteve Herbert, Staff (UG), 1531 Franz Hall, 825-2730,herbert@psych.ucla.eduPublic Health, School of (Graduate)Office of Student AffairsLawrence R. Ash, Faculty, 16-071 CHS, 825-5234,larryash@ucla.eduDiana Thatcher, Staff, 16-071 CHS, 825-5516, thatcher@ucla.eduReligion, Study of (Undergraduate)S. Scott Bartchy, Faculty, 6265 Bunche Hall, 825-4570,bartchy@history.ucla.eduArlecia Powell-Halley, Staff, 329 Dodd Hall, 206-1356,arlecia@humnet.ucla.eduRomance Linguistics and Literature (Graduate)Effective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:Kerry Allen, Staff, 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-1147,allen@humnet.ucla.eduDominique L. Sportiche, Faculty, 3125 Campbell Hall, 206-6953,sportich@humnet.ucla.eduScandinavian SectionEffective January 1998, locations to be Royce Hall:Kerry Allen, Staff (G), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-1147,allen@humnet.ucla.eduMichael Floeck, Staff (UG), 2326 Murphy Hall, 825-4620,floeck@humnet.ucla.eduMary Kay Norseng, Faculty (G/UG), 2326 Murphy Hall, 206-6858,norseng@humnet.ucla.eduSlavic Languages and LiteraturesVyacheslav Ivanov, Faculty (G, linguistics), 191 Kinsey Hall, 825-6397, ivanov@ucla.eduRoman Koropeckyj, Faculty (UG), 199B Kinsey Hall, 825-2135,koropeck@humnet.ucla.eduMarcia Kurtz, Staff (UG), 115 Kinsey Hall, 825-3856,marcia@humnet.ucla.eduGail Lenhoff, Faculty (G, literature), 115G Kinsey Hall, 825-6974,lenhoff@humnet.ucla.eduSocial Welfare (Graduate)Stuart A. Kirk, Faculty, 5218 Public Policy Building, 206-2698,kirk@ucla.eduLauri Reed, Staff, 3250 Public Policy Building, 825-5463,lhreed@ucla.eduSociologyMarlies Dietrich, Staff (G), 254C Haines Hall, 825-1026,dietrich@soc.ucla.eduMary Jo Johnson, Staff (UG), 254A Haines Hall, 825-1215,johnson@soc.ucla.eduSpanish and PortugueseHilda Peinado, Staff (G/UG), 5304 Rolfe Hall, 825-1430,peinado@humnet.ucla.eduTeaching English as a Second Language and AppliedLinguistics (Graduate)Lyn Repath-Martos, Staff, 3300A Rolfe Hall, 825-4631,lyn@humnet.ucla.eduTheater, Film, and Television, School ofAndrea Buchanan, Staff (G), 103G East Melnitz Building, 206-8441,andreab@emelnitz.ucla.eduRoslyn Haley, Staff (UG), 103 East Melnitz Building, 206-8441,rhaley@emelnitz.ucla.eduSteven Moore, Staff (UG), 103E East Melnitz Building, 206-8441,smoore@emelnitz.ucla.eduCecilia Wilmott, Staff (G), 103D East Melnitz Building, 206-8441,cwilmott@emelnitz.ucla.eduUrban Planning (Graduate)Vanessa Dingley, Staff, 3371 Public Policy Building, 825-7331,vdingley@ucla.eduUrban Studies (Undergraduate)Eric H. Monkkonen, Faculty (UG), 3371 Public Policy Building, 206-4613, emonkkon@ucla.eduWomen's Studies (Undergraduate)Mary M. Smith, Staff, 240 Kinsey Hall, 206-8101,mmsmith@humnet.ucla.eduWorld Arts and CulturesWendy Temple, Staff (G/UG), 205 Dance Building, 825-8537,wtemple@arts.ucla.eduSilvily Kessler Thomas, Staff (UG), 148 Dance Building, 206-3696,sthomas@arts.ucla.eduChristopher A. Waterman, Faculty (G), 124 Dance Building, 825-3951, cwater@arts.ucla.edu


SPRING 1997 183Official NoticesThe Office of the Dean of Students publishes “Official Notices” in theDaily Bruin at various times during the year. Such notices are important,and all students are held responsible for the information in them.Official PublicationsStudents are responsible for observing procedures and deadlines aspublished by the <strong>Registrar</strong> in the following:1. <strong>UCLA</strong> General Catalog. The print edition of the catalog is issued bienniallyand is for sale in the <strong>UCLA</strong> Store – Ackerman Union. To obtainby mail, write to <strong>UCLA</strong> Store, ATTN: Mail Out, 308 WestwoodPlaza, Los Angeles, CA 90024-1645, and enclose a check or moneyorder payable to <strong>UCLA</strong> Store for $9.50 within California (includesUPS or first-class postage). The online edition is available at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/catalog/. Online program and course updatesare published periodically.2. Schedule of Classes. The quarterly publication of courses offered,campus calendar, and campus procedures and policies forthe term is for sale in the <strong>UCLA</strong> Store, Ackerman Union. To obtainby mail, write to <strong>UCLA</strong> Store, ATTN: Mail Out, 308 WestwoodPlaza, Los Angeles, CA 90024-1645, and enclose a check ormoney order payable to <strong>UCLA</strong> Store for $5 (includes UPS or firstclasspostage). The online edition is available at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/and is updated nightly.Proposition 187 InjunctionLawsuits are pending in state and federal court challenging Proposition187. As you know, Proposition 187 forecloses access for undocumentedaliens to many public facilities, including the University ofCalifornia.As of this date, Proposition 187 has been enjoined until the caseschallenging the proposition can be tried. This injunction means thatno one will be prohibited from enrolling in or attending the Universityof California because of Proposition 187. The University will continueits practice of verifying the immigration status of aliens for the purposeof determining state residency for tuition fee purposes. The informationcollected will not be released to INS or to any other publicentity pursuant to Proposition 187.The state court has certified the state case as a statewide class actionsolely for nonmonetary relief on behalf of a class defined as “allstudents who are currently enrolled, all persons who are applicantsfor admission, and all persons who are or will in future be otherwiseeligible to enroll in California’s public postsecondary educational institutions,but for the fact that they are not U.S. citizens, aliens lawfullyadmitted as permanent residents, or persons who are otherwiseauthorized under federal law to be present in the U.S.”NondiscriminationThe University of California, in accordance with applicable Federaland State Laws and University Policies, does not discriminate on thebasis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, medicalcondition (cancer-related), ancestry, marital status, citizenship,sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabledveteran. The University also prohibits sexual harassment. Thisnondiscrimination policy covers admission, access, and treatment inUniversity programs and activities.Inquiries regarding the University’s student-related nondiscriminationpolicies may be directed to the <strong>UCLA</strong> Campus Counsel, 3149 MurphyHall, Los Angeles, CA 90024-1405, (310) 825-4042. Speechandhearing-impaired persons may call TDD (310) 206-6083.Inquiries regarding Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or 504Compliance may be directed to Dr. Douglas Martin, Special Assistantto the Chancellor/Coordinator of ADA and 504 Compliance, A239Murphy Hall, <strong>UCLA</strong>, Los Angeles, CA 90024-1405, voice (310) 825-2242, TTY (310) 206-3349.Students may complain of any action which they believe discriminatesagainst them on the ground of race, color, national origin, maritalstatus, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or age and may contactthe Office of the Dean of Students, 1206 Murphy Hall, and/or refer toSection 111.00 of the University of California Policies Applying toCampus Activities, Organizations, and Students (available in 1206Murphy Hall) for further information and procedures.Student Conduct: Violation ofUniversity PoliciesStudents are subject to disciplinary action for several types of misconductor attempted misconduct while on University property or inconnection with official University functions, including but not limitedto cheating, multiple submission (i.e., the resubmission of any workwhich has been previously submitted for credit in identical or similarform in one course to fulfill any of the requirements of another coursewithout the prior consent of the current instructor), fabrication, plagiarism,or facilitating academic dishonesty; fabricating information orknowingly furnishing false information or reporting a false emergencyto the University or to University officials acting in the performance oftheir duties; forgery, alteration, or misuse of any University document,record, key, electronic device, or identification; theft of, conversion of,damage to, or destruction of any property of the University or propertyof others while on University premises, or possession of anyproperty of the University or others stolen while on University premises;theft or other abuse of computing facilities or computer time,including but not limited to unauthorized entry into a file to use, read,or change the contents or any other purpose; unauthorized transferof a file; unauthorized use of another individual’s identification orpassword; use of computing facilities to interfere with the work of anotherstudent, faculty member, or University official; use of computingfacilities to interfere with a University computing system; unauthorizedentry to, possession of, receipt of, duplication of, or use of theUniversity’s name, insignia, or seal; unauthorized entry to, possessionof, receipt of, or use of University properties, equipment, resources,or services; violation of policies, regulation, or rules governingUniversity-owned or operated housing facilities or leased housingfacilities located on University property; physical abuse, including butnot limited to rape, sexual assault, sex offenses, and other physicalassault; threats of violence or conduct that threatens the health orsafety of any person; sexual harassment; stalking behavior in whichan individual willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly engages in a knowingcourse of conduct directed at a specific person which reasonablyand seriously alarms, torments, or terrorizes the person, and whichserves no legitimate purpose; the use of “fighting words” when theyconstitute harassment; hazing or any method of initiation or preinitiationinto a campus organization or any activity engaged in by the organizationor members of the organization which causes, or is likelyto cause, bodily danger, physical harm, or personal degradation ordisgrace resulting in physical or mental harm to any student or otherperson; obstruction or disruption of teaching, research, administration,disciplinary procedures, or other University activities; disorderlyor lewd conduct; participation in a disturbance of the peace or unlawfulassembly; failure to identify oneself to, or comply with directionsof, University officials or other public officials acting in the performanceof their duties while on University property or at official Universityfunctions, or resisting or obstructing such University or otherpublic officials in the performance of or the attempt to perform theirduties; unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession,use, or sale of, or the attempted manufacture, distribution, dispensing,or sale of controlled substances identified in Federal and StateLaws or Regulations; manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession,use, or sale of, or the attempted manufacture, distribution, dispensing,or sale of alcohol which is unlawful or otherwise prohibitedby, or not in compliance with, University policy or campus regulations;


184 / Official Notices Winter 1998possession, use, storage, or manufacture of explosives, firebombs,or other destructive devices except as expressly permitted by law;possession, use, or manufacture of a firearm or other weapon specifiedin campus regulations; violation of the conditions contained inthe terms of a disciplinary action; violation of the conditions containedin a written Notice of Emergency Suspension or violation ofemergency regulations or procedures during a declared state ofemergency; and violations of other University policies or campusrules and regulations.Further information on these infractions and on the procedures concerningstudent discipline are contained in the University of CaliforniaPolicies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students;Universitywide Student Conduct Harassment Policy; <strong>UCLA</strong> StudentConduct Code of Procedures; and <strong>UCLA</strong> Activity Guidelines. Copiesof these documents are available in the Office of the Dean of Students(1206 Murphy Hall), Center for Student Programming (105 KerckhoffHall), and Student Psychological Services (A3-062 CHS). Also see theOffice of the Dean of Students website at http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/dos/.Disclosure of StudentRecordsPursuant to the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act,the California Education Code, and the University of California PoliciesApplying to the Disclosure of Information from Student Records,students at <strong>UCLA</strong> have the right1. To inspect and review records pertaining to themselves in theircapacity as students, except as the right may be waived or qualifiedunder Federal and State Laws and University Policies2. To have withheld from disclosure, absent their prior consent forrelease, personally identifiable information from their studentrecords, except as provided by the Federal and State Laws andthe University Policies3. To inspect records maintained by <strong>UCLA</strong> of disclosures of personallyidentifiable information from their student records4. To seek correction of their student records through a request toamend the records or, if such request is denied, through a hearing5. To file complaints with the U.S. Department of Education regardingalleged violations of the rights accorded them by the FederalAct<strong>UCLA</strong>, in accordance with the Federal and State Laws and the UniversityPolicies, has designated the following categories of personallyidentifiable information as “public information” which <strong>UCLA</strong> may releaseand publish without the student’s prior consent: name, address(local/mailing, permanent, and/or E-mail), telephone numbers, majorfield of study, dates of attendance, number of course units in whichenrolled, degrees and honors received, the most recent previous educationalinstitution attended, participation in officially recognized activities(including intercollegiate athletics), and the name, weight, andheight of participants on intercollegiate athletic teams.Students who do not wish certain items (i.e., name, local/mailing,permanent, and/or E-mail address, telephone numbers, major field ofstudy, dates of attendance, number of course units in which enrolled,and degrees and honors received) of this “public information” releasedand published may so indicate on URSA Telephone (310-208-0425) or through URSA OnLine (http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/). To restrictthe release and publication of the additional items in the categoryof “public information,” complete the Decline to Release formavailable from the Enrollment and Degree Services, 1113 MurphyHall.Student records which are the subject of the Federal and State Lawsand the University Policies may be maintained in a variety of offices,including the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office, Office of the Dean of Students, <strong>UCLA</strong>Career Center, Graduate Division, and the offices of a student’s collegeor school and major department. Students are referred to the<strong>UCLA</strong> Campus and CHS Directory which lists all the offices that maymaintain student records, together with their campus address andtelephone number. Students have the right to inspect their studentrecords in any such office subject to the terms of the Federal andState Laws and the University Policies. Inspection of student recordsmaintained by the <strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office is by appointment only. Call(310) 206-0482 or inquire at Academic Record Services, 1134 MurphyHall.A copy of the Federal and State Laws, the University Policies, andthe <strong>UCLA</strong> Campus and CHS Directory may be inspected in the officeof the Information Practices Coordinator, 10920 Wilshire Boulevard,Suite 500. Information concerning students’ hearing rights may beobtained from that office and from the Office of the Dean of Students,1206 Murphy Hall.In addition to the public information described above, information relatedto students’ Social Security number, sex, and marital status,and the name(s), address(es), and telephone number(s) of their parentsor next of kin are made available to the <strong>UCLA</strong> University RelationsDepartment for use in alumni, development, and public relationsactivities. To restrict the release of this additional information, completea Request for University Relations Information Restriction formavailable from the Enrollment and Degree Services, 1113 MurphyHall.Rape and Other Forms ofSexual Assault<strong>UCLA</strong> does not tolerate sexual assault in any form, including acquaintanceor date rape. Where there is probable cause to believethat the campus regulations prohibiting sexual assault have been violated,the campus pursues disciplinary actions which may includesanctions up to and including dismissal from the University.A student charged with sexual assault can be prosecuted under Californiacriminal statutes and disciplined under the campus studentconduct policies and regulations. Even if the criminal justice authoritieschoose not to prosecute, the campus can pursue disciplinary action.DefinitionsA student who individually, or in concert with others, participates inany of the following misconduct while on University property or in connectionwith official University functions is subject to University discipline(refer to the University of California Policies Applying toCampus Activities, Organizations, and Students which is availablefrom the Office of the Dean of Students, 1206 Murphy Hall, and onthe website at http://www.saonet.ucla.edu/dos/). The following languagedescribes specific conduct which, at <strong>UCLA</strong>, may subject a studentto University discipline:Physical abuse, including but not limited to rape, sexual assault, sexoffenses, and other physical assault; threats of violence; or conductthat threatens the health or safety of any person.RapeFor the purposes of this policy, rape refers to “rape” as defined by theCalifornia Penal Code (as it may be amended from time to time).The acts summarized below are among the behaviors prohibited bythe California Penal Code:1. Sexual intercourse against a person’s will accomplished by forceor threats of bodily injury.2. Sexual intercourse against a person’s will where the person hasreasonable fear that she (or he) or another will be injured if she(or he) does not submit to the intercourse.3. Sexual intercourse where the person is incapable of giving consent,or is prevented from resisting, due to alcohol or drugs, andthis condition was known, or reasonably should have beenknown by the accused.4. Sexual intercourse where the person is incapable of resistingbecause he or she, at the time, is unconscious or asleep, andthis is known to the accused.


Winter 1998 Official Notices / 185Other Forms of Sexual AssaultThe act of sexual assault includes forced sodomy (anal intercourse);forced oral copulation (oral-genital contact); rape by foreign object(forced penetration by a foreign object, including a finger); and sexualbattery (the unwanted touching of an intimate part of another personfor the purpose of sexual arousal). These also include situationswhere the accused sexually assaults a complainant incapable of givingconsent, including where the complainant is prevented from resistingdue to alcohol or drugs and this condition was known, or reasonablyshould have been known by the accused.Note: For the purpose of this policy, students should understand that1. Forced intercourse or other unwanted sexual contact is definedas rape or sexual assault whether the assailant is a stranger oran acquaintance of the complainant.2. Intoxication of the assailant shall not diminish the assailant’s responsibilityfor sexual assault.If a Person Has Been Raped or SexuallyAssaultedThose who believe that they are the victims of rape or other forms ofsexual assault should1. Immediately call the police department. If possible, call the<strong>UCLA</strong> Police Department at (310) 825-1491 or 911.2. Get medical attention. Campus police will provide transportationto the Santa Monica Hospital Emergency Room for emergencymedical treatment and evidence collection. A counselorfrom the Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center will be availableat that time, free of charge.Utilize campus and community support services:1. Contact a Rape Services Consultant (RSC) at the Women’sResource Center. RSCs have expertise in working with victimsof rape or sexual assault. They can discuss options and alternatives,help identify the most appropriate support services, andprovide information about medical care, psychological counseling,academic assistance, legal options, how to file a police report,and how to file a complaint through the Office of the Deanof Students. RSCs are available to assist <strong>UCLA</strong> faculty, staff,and students regardless of where or when the assault occurred.For assistance, contact the Women’s Resource Center at (310)206-8240 or go to 2 Dodd Hall and ask to speak to an RSC.2. Contact the Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica Hospital(310-319-4000) for free emergency medical treatment andcounseling services.Campus Discipline Process When theAssailant Is a StudentThose who believe that they are the victims of rape or other forms ofsexual assault by a student on University properties or in conjunctionwith an official University function may file a complaint directly withthe Office of the Dean of Students, 1206 Murphy Hall.Cases referred to the Office of the Dean of Students will be treatedunder the hearing procedures set forth in the <strong>UCLA</strong> Student ConductCode of Procedures. Where the allegation is of rape or other forms ofsexual assault, and the case is referred to the Student Conduct Committee,the following additional procedures shall apply:1. The complainant shall be entitled, for support, to have up to twopersons of the complainant’s choice accompany the complainantto the hearing. A support person may be called as a witness,and the fact that he or she is to act as a witness shall not precludethat person’s attendance throughout the entire hearing. Ifa support person is also a witness, the committee chair (or thehearing officer) may require him or her to testify before the complainant.Neither of these persons shall be entitled to representor defend the complainant. Similar rights shall be afforded to theaccused student.2. The complainant shall have the right to be present during theentire hearing, notwithstanding the fact that the complainant isto be called as a witness.3. Evidence of the complainant’s past sexual history, includingopinion evidence, reputation evidence, and evidence of specificinstances of the complainant’s sexual conduct, shall not be admissibleby the accused student unless the committee chair orhearing officer makes a specific finding of relevance after an offerof proof by the accused student. Under no circumstances ispast sexual history admissible to prove consent. The offer ofproof must be made and resolved by the panel before the complainanttestifies.4. The hearing shall be closed to spectators.HarassmentSexual HarassmentEvery member of the campus community should be aware that theUniversity is strongly opposed to sexual harassment and that suchbehavior is prohibited both by law and by University policy.DefinitionUnwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and otherverbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute sexual harassmentwhen1. Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitlya term or condition of instruction, employment, or participation inother University activity;2. Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual isused as a basis for evaluation in making academic or personneldecisions affecting an individual; OR3. Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interferingwith an individual’s performance or creating an intimidating,hostile, or offensive University environment.In determining whether the alleged conduct constitutes sexual harassment,consideration will be given to the record of the incident asa whole and to the totality of the circumstances, including the natureof the sexual advances and the context in which the alleged incidentsoccurred (University of California Policies Applying to Campus Activities,Organizations, and Students, Section 160.00).Complaint ResolutionExperience has demonstrated that many complaints of sexual harassmentcan be effectively resolved through informal intervention.Individuals who experience what they consider to be sexual harassmentare advised to confront the alleged offender immediately andfirmly.Additionally, an individual who believes that she or he has been sexuallyharassed may contact the alleged offender’s supervisor and/or aSexual Harassment Information Center counselor for help and informationregarding sexual harassment complaint resolution or grievanceprocedures at one of the locations listed below as determinedby the complainant’s status at the University at the time of the allegedincident:1. Campus Ombuds Office, 1172 Career Center, (310) 825-7627(for faculty, staff, and students)2. Women’s Resource Center, 2 Dodd Hall, (310) 825-3945 (forfaculty, staff, and students)3. Office of Residential Life, Residential Life Building, (310) 825-3401 (for students)4. Office of International Students and Scholars, 105 Men’s Gym,(310) 825-1681 (for international students)5. Student Psychological Services, 4223 Math Sciences, (310)825-0768, or A3-062 Center for the Health Sciences, (310) 825-7985 (for students)6. Office of Vice Chancellor — Academic Personnel, 2147 MurphyHall, (310) 206-9345 (for faculty, including non-Senate academicappointees and student academic appointees when acting in thecapacity of their non-Senate appointments)7. Campus Human Resources/Employee and Labor Relations Division,200 <strong>UCLA</strong> Wilshire Center, (310) 794-0859 (for campus


186 / Official Notices Winter 1998staff employees and students when acting in the capacity oftheir staff appointments)8. Medical Center Human Resources Office, 924 Westwood Boulevard(Bank of America Building), Suite 200, (310) 794-0500 (forMedical Center staff employees and students when acting in thecapacity of their staff appointments)9. <strong>UCLA</strong> Extension Dean’s Office, 770 <strong>UCLA</strong> Extension (UNEX),(310) 825-5603 (for <strong>UCLA</strong> Extension faculty, staff employees,and students)Other Forms of HarassmentThe University strives to create an environment which fosters the valuesof mutual respect and tolerance and is free from discriminationbased on race, ethnicity, sex, religion, sexual orientation, disability,age, and other personal characteristics. Certainly harassment, in itsmany forms, works against those values and often corrodes a person’ssense of worth and interferes with one’s ability to participate inUniversity programs or activities. While the University is committed tothe free exchange of ideas and the full protection of free expression,the University also recognizes that words can be used in such a waythat they no longer express an idea, but rather injure and intimidate,thus undermining the ability of individuals to participate in the Universitycommunity. The University of California Policies Applying to CampusActivities, Organizations, and Students (hereafter referred to asPolicies) presently prohibit a variety of conduct by students which, incertain contexts, may be regarded as harassment or intimidation.For example, harassing expression which is accompanied by physicalabuse, threats of violence, or conduct that threatens the health orsafety of any person on University property or in connection with officialUniversity functions may subject an offending student to Universitydiscipline under the provisions of Section 102.08 of the Policies.Similarly, harassing conduct, including symbolic expression, whichalso involves conduct resulting in damage to or destruction of anyproperty of the University or property of others while on Universitypremises may subject a student violator to University discipline underthe provisions of Section 102.04 of the Policies.Further, under specific circumstances described in the UniversitywideStudent Conduct Harassment Policy, students may be subjectto University discipline for misconduct which may consist solely of expression.Copies of this Policy are available in the Office of the Deanof Students, 1206 Murphy Hall, or in any of the Harassment InformationCenters listed below:1. Campus Ombuds Office, 1172 Career Center, (310) 825-76272. Women’s Resource Center, 2 Dodd Hall, (310) 825-39453. Office of Residential Life, Residential Life Building, (310) 825-34014. Office of International Students and Scholars, 105 Men’s Gym,(310) 825-16815. Student Psychological Services, 4223 Math Sciences, (310)825-0768, or A3-062 Center for the Health Sciences, (310) 825-79856. Office of Fraternity and Sorority Relations, 118 Men’s Gym,(310) 825-6322Complaint ResolutionOne of the necessary measures in our efforts to assure an atmosphereof civility and mutual respect is the establishment of procedureswhich provide effective informal and formal mechanisms forthose who believe that they have been victims of any of the abovemisconduct.Many incidents of harassment and intimidation can be effectively resolvedthrough informal means. For example, an individual may wishto confront the alleged offender immediately and firmly. An individualwho chooses not to confront the alleged offender and who wisheshelp, advice, or information is urged to contact any of the HarassmentInformation Centers listed immediately above.In addition to providing support for those who believe they have beenvictims of harassment, Harassment Information Centers offer personsthe opportunity to learn about the phenomena of harassmentand intimidation; to understand the formal and informal mechanismsby which misunderstandings may be corrected and, when appropriate,student perpetrators may be disciplined; and to consider whichof the available options is the most useful for the particular circumstances.With regard to the Universitywide Student Conduct Harassment Policy,complainants should be aware that not all conduct which is offensivemay be regarded as a violation of this Policy and may, in fact, beprotected expression. Thus, the application of formal institutional disciplineto such protected expression may not be legally permissible.Nevertheless, the University is committed to reviewing any complaintof harassing or intimidating conduct by a student and intervening onbehalf of the complainant to the extent possible.EmergenciesYou should become familiar with safety instructions posted inclassrooms, labs, and other campus facilities. Be prepared to respondsafely and appropriately to a fire, earthquake, toxic spill, oraccident.At <strong>UCLA</strong>, 911 is the “all-purpose” emergency phone number. Youdo not need to dial an outside line from a campus phone, andyou do not need any coins to dial 911 from a pay phone. Whenyou call 911, try to remain calm and do not hang up until you answerall of the operator’s questions.Here are some general guidelines for specific emergencies:EarthquakeWhen an earthquake hits, take cover immediately. If you are indoors,get under a desk or table, or between seating rows in alecture hall. DO NOT RUN OUTSIDE. If you are in a hallway or ifyou are outside, move to an open area quickly and drop to theground, covering your head and neck as best you can. If you arein your car, stop carefully and stay in the car.After the shaking stops, check for injuries. Do not use telephonesfor personal calls, as this overloads phone lines and preventsemergency personnel from reporting injuries. After a severequake at <strong>UCLA</strong>, department heads and emergency coordinatorswill lead building evacuations. Do not use elevators. Go to campusevacuation areas, which are wide open spaces like thequads, athletic fields, and uncovered parking lots (see CampusEvacuation Map on next page). Wait for instructions before enteringbuildings or parking structures. Refrain from spreading rumorsand do not go sightseeing. Remain calm and help others.You can learn more about earthquakes via the World Wide Webby accessing the Southern California Earthquake Center at<strong>UCLA</strong> home page at http://scec.ess.ucla.edu/FireIf you see a fire, close the door where the fire is located, activatethe nearest alarm, and call 911. When you sound the alarm orhear the alarm signal, get out of the building as quickly andcalmly as possible. Do not use the elevators. Do not reenter thebuilding until the all-clear signal has been given by emergencypersonnel.<strong>UCLA</strong> does not expect students or employees to fight fires. Use afire extinguisher only if you have had the training and you feel it issafe to do so. Be aware of campus fire alarm and extinguisher locationsbefore a fire occurs.


Winter 1998 Official Notices / 187Hazardous SpillsNoxious odors may or may not indicate a toxic spill. Do not attemptto clean up any hazardous material spill involving toxic,chemical, radioactive, infectious, or flammable materials. If aspill occurs in a classroom or lab, alert the supervisor or labmanager. Call 825-5689 (<strong>UCLA</strong> Office of Environment, Health,and Safety), or 911 (after hours) if the spill happens outdoors orin an unsupervised area.AccidentsCall 911 immediately to get assistance. If you are qualified to doso, give first aid to injured persons. Do not attempt to move theseriously injured.Basic emergency care training is available through the RedCross at (310) 445-9900. For further information about emergencypreparedness, call the <strong>UCLA</strong> Office of Environment,Health, and Safety at (310) 825-5689.


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Winter 1998 189IndexAcademic Advancement Program (AAP),177academic counseling, 177academic policies, 34academic transcript, 30accidents, 187address change, 11on URSA OnLine, 24admission and enrollment policies, 34admission applications, 34alternate examination dates, policy on, 44ASK Peer Counselors, 177bank loans and electronic processing, 13BAR (Billing and Receivables) account, 11billing, 11<strong>UCLA</strong> Billing Statement, 11BruinCard, 2, 32Bruin Direct, 11, 13Bruin Online, 26buildings, university, 43calendar, 4-5campus map, 188cancellation of registration, 12candidacy, declaration of, 36Career Center, <strong>UCLA</strong>, 32changeof address, 11of address on URSA OnLine, 24of name, 30class levels, 37class listingsonline, 17, 41spring 1998, tentative, 151winter 1998, 45commuter services, 31computer lab locations, 29computer labs map, 28concurrent enrollment (SB1914), 34counseling, academic, 177counselors and advisers, 177Letters and Science counselingservices, 177counselors and advisers, 177course listing format, 41schedule format at a glance, 41course materials, 32current enrollment information, 17debt management session, 14declaration of candidacy, 36degree checks, 35degree expected term, 35enter/change on URSA, 24degree policies, 35Degree Progress Report (DPR), 35departmental courses/seminars, 38diplomas, 37disabilitiesDisabilities and Computing Program, 31services for students with, 31discipline process (for sexual assault), 185disclosure of student records, 184distance learning at <strong>UCLA</strong>, 39drop procedures, 19dropping an impacted course, 19dropping nonimpacted courses, 20earthquake, 186emergencies, 186emergency hot line, (800) 900-<strong>UCLA</strong>enforced requisites, 19enrollment, 6, 17appointments, 17, 20, 23current information (online), 17, 41graduate student enrollment, one-passsystem, 17in 199 courses, 18in person, 7, 18in restricted classes, 18petitions, 19policies, 34undergraduate two-pass system, 17worksheet, 191establishing residence for tuition purposes,30ethnicbackground, specify on URSA , 24ethnic-based mailings, 24exit interview, 15extramural support, 15Federal Family Educational Loan Program(FFELP), 14fees, 8-10fee charts, Winter 1998 terms, 8-9fee deferrals, graduate, 15fee remissions, graduate, 15fee waiver requests, 35miscellaneous fees, 10paying fees, 11verifying payment received on URSA,24field studies/internships, 40final examinations, 44financial aid distribution through BAR, 13Financial Aid Office, 13financial aid online services, 13financial support, 13grades, on URSA, 23graduateclass levels, 37leaves of absence, 12registration and readmission, 34student enrollment, 17Graduate Student Support office, 15graduating seniors, tips for, 36graduation, in absentia, 36harassment, 185hazardous spills, 187holds, 6on URSA, 24home banking, 11honors, 36honors programs, Letters and Science, 177housing, on-campus, 31impacted courses, Letters and Sciencestudents, 19in absentia graduation, 36in-person enrollment, 7, 18incomplete grade procedures, 30Instructional Enhancement Initiative, 2, 27internships/field studies, 40late drops, transcript notation for, 20late payment, 12after friday of the second week, 12in person, 12late study lists, 20Letters and Science counseling services,177libraries, 31loan fund distribution, 14mandatory medical insurance requirement,6Medical Insurance Plan (MIP), 11MIP premiums, 15mapscampus map, 188computer labs map, 28master’s degrees, 37Medical Insurance Plan (MIP), 11merit-based awards, 15minors, 36miscellaneous fees, 10My<strong>UCLA</strong>, 27name change, 30newsgroups, 27nondiscrimination, 183official notices, 183official publications, 183official study lists, 7, 19official transcripts (academic andverification), 30on-campus housing, 31online course listings, 41one-pass system, graduate students, 17ORION, 27parking and commuter services, 31paying fees, 11policies, academic, 34policy on alternate examination dates, 44privacy release, 24, 184


190 / Index 1997-98 Annual Schedule of Classesprofessional schools seminar program, 40proposition 187 injunction, 183publications, official, 183reduced fee programs, 35refunds, 12<strong>Registrar</strong>’s Office services, 30registration, 6cancellation of, 12confirmation, 12confirmation on URSA, 24residence, establishing for tuition purposes,30satisfactory progress (for financial aidrecipients), 13SB1914 concurrent enrollment, 34schedule format at a glance, 41scholarship information for undergraduatestudents, 13Scholarship Resource Center, 13security code, change on URSA, 24services for students with disabilities, 31sexual harassment, 185special programs and seminars, 38sponsored student information, 16Spring Quarter 1998tentative class listings, 151student conduct: violation of universitypolicies, 183Student Loan Services, 14student services, 30for students with disabilities, 31student services guide, 33student short-term educational loans, 15study lists, official, 7, 19changes to, 19changes via URSA (chart), 21late study lists, 20textbooks and course materials, 32transcript notation for late drops, 20transcripts, 30, 37academic transcripts, 30verification transcripts, 30<strong>UCLA</strong> BruinCard, 2, 32<strong>UCLA</strong> Career Center, 32<strong>UCLA</strong> homepage, 27<strong>UCLA</strong> Online, 26<strong>UCLA</strong> Store, 32undergraduateclass levels, 37degrees, 35enrollment: two-pass system, 17readmission, 34unit requirement for loans, 14university buildings, 43URSA, 6, 22change security code for, 24security, 22URSA OnLine (http://www.ursa.ucla.edu/),7, 24URSA Telephone (310-208-0425), 22change security code for, 24command guide, 25financial aid option, 24enrollment appointments, 17, 20, 23student records menu, 22telephone enrollment, 6, 17telephone main menu, 22verification transcript, 30Veterans Affairs and Social Securityservices, 30visitor status, 34wait lists, 18Winter Quarter 1998class listings, 45final examination chart, 44URSA Telephone enrollment, 20withdrawal, 12, 14


Enrollment WorksheetOn URSA Telephone, remember to press # after each entry!BEFORE YOU CALL• Identify the classes from the current Schedule of Classes (latest updates online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/) that you wish to request and the nine-digit course I.D. numbersneeded for enrollment processing (see “Course Listing Format” in “Class Listings” section).• Be sure you know the composition of each class. A class may be composed of one or more parts (e.g., LEC=lecture, DIS=discussion). If it is composed of just one part (e.g.,SEM=seminar), enrollment is complete when you enroll in or put yourself on the wait list for that one part. If it is a compound class, URSA prompts you to enroll in all required parts.• Complete this worksheet with the nine-digit course I.D. numbers for all enrollment sections that you plan to request.WHEN YOU CALL• Dial (310) 208-0425. Enter your <strong>UCLA</strong> I.D. number and press the number sign (#). Enter your security code and press #. Follow the directions, remembering to press # after each entry.• Have alternate choices (and their I.D. numbers) for each class/section, in case your first choice is not available and enter them below. You will not have time to find the I.D. numbers andalternate sections while you are on the phone, as you have only 10 seconds before the system prompts you for input.• Record the results of your enrollment transactions. If you miss something, you may press 6# from the Student Records Menu for a Reading of your Study List. You may confirm yourclasses after your appointment begins for each pass and throughout the term.AFTER YOU CALL• Attend all of your classes, particularly the first day and week, as many instructors make announcements regarding any special enrollment procedures for their classes. If you are onthe wait list for a class and the instructor reads your name, do not assume you are enrolled; rosters include wait-listed students.• Verify your enrollment in the class by getting a reading of your Study List through URSA Telephone or through URSA OnLine (http:///www.ursa.ucla.edu/).FIRST CHOICEALTERNATE CHOICECourse I.D. NumbersPTE#Dept/CourseNoSec NoDay/TimeUnitsStatusFinal CodeCourse I.D. NumbersPTE#Dept/CourseNoSec NoDay/TimeUnitsStatusFinal CodeTOTAL UNITS ENROLLED ___________TOTAL UNITS WAIT LISTED ___________