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The effect of tuition forfeitures on the over-

18-credit surcharge is as follows: forfeitures for

courses dropped that exceeded 18 credits are

charged the same as above. Also, if you drop a

course after February 1 and add another, total

credit charges will include credits that are added

with no reduction for credits dropped.

The University's forfeiture schedule is as follows:

a. If you withdraw before January 10, you do

not pay tuition. New and returning students forfeit

their $100 Enrollment Confinnatlon Deposit. If you

withdraw before January 10 without returning the

U-PASS sticker, you will owe $75 for the U-PASS.

No replacements are allowed for students who pay

the $75 fee and then lose. their U-PASS sticker.

b. If you withdraw January 10 through February

1, you will continue to owe one-half of your tuition.

If you withdraw after January 9, you will be

charged the appRcable forfeiture and you may

retain your U-PASS by paying the quarterly fee or

return it no later than January 21 to have the fee

waived. There will be no U-PASS refunds after

January 21.

c. If you withdraw after February 1, you will

continue to owe full tuition.

d. If your registration is canceled for nonpayment

of fees, you Will continue to owe the

University one-half of your tuition and fees.

e. If you are an international student who is

registered for an English as a Second Language

course, you must make a separate request for a

refund for that course by contacting the ESL

Office, 4909 25th Avenue NE, on the second floor

of the King Building, at the same time you

withdraw from the University.

f. If you drop any classes January 10 through

February 1 that results in lower tuition, you will

owe one-half of the tuition associated with the

STUDENT INSURANCE

The University offers a voluntary accident

and sickness insurance plan that students may

purchase. Detailed Information is available In a

brochure available at the Hall Health Primary Care

Center, the HUB; and the Registration and Student

Insurance Offices in Schmitz Hall. Plan benefits,

costs, and the insurance underwriter may change

from year to year. so students are encouraged to

pick up and review the brochure carefully.

Seattle campus UW students are eligible to

enroll in the plan. Not eligible are UW Seattle

nonmatriculated students. students enrolled in

programs administered by Educational Outreach

(except Evening Degree Program students) or at

the Bothell or Tacoma campuses, and UW facultyl

staff or Washington state employees attending

classes under the employee tuition exemption

program.

Enroll yourself and eligible dependents by

calling STAR through the seventh calendar day of

the quarter. You must sign up, change, or cancel

your ins!Jrance selection through STAR,.or in

person at the Student Accounts Office by the

seventh calendar day of the quarter. If you do not

cancel or change the plan, you will be considered

enrolled in it and will be required to pay the

premium for the plan selected. You may not cancel

your Insurance by not paying the premium.

The premium is blUed with your tuition and

must be paid by the tuition due date. Failure to pay

the premium by that date wm result In subsequent

bills being sent and may result in a hold being

reduced credit hours. A drop after February 1 will

not lower tuition.

g. Course drops become effective the date

received and processed on STAR. in the

Registration Office, 225 Schmitz Hall, or through

the departmental registration screen used in

academic departments.

h. You may petition forfeitures for extenuating

circumstances (death, disability, etc.) through the

Student Accounts Office.

WITHDRAWALS et REFUNDS FOR AID

RECIPIENTS

If you are a financial aid recipient and

withdraw from all your classes, your refund of

University charges will be returned to the financial

aid programs. The amount depends upon when

you withdraw and whether you are in your first

quarter of attendance at the University.

If you are a first-quarter student. the amount

to be refunded will be based on how many weeks

in the quarter you attended. Your refund will be

based on the following percentages and the week

of your withdrawal

Academic Year Summer Quarter

(aul, winl, spr quarters)

First seven days 100%

Second week 80%

Third week 70%

Fourth week 60%

Fifth week 50%

Sixth week 50%

Seventh week 40%

Eighth week

and beyond 0%

100%

70%

60%

50%

40%

0%

0%

0%

If you are a continuing student. your refund

will be based on when you withdraw within the

quarter. Generally you will receive 100% if you

withdraw within the first seven days of the quarter

and 50% if you withdraw between the 8th and 30th

day of the quarter (8th and 21st day for summer

Student Insurance and Special Fees

placed on your records. Financial Aid will pay the

Insurance premium automatically In most cases,

but you should check the conditions of your aid

and whether it is sufficient to pay all required

charges, including the insurance premium.

If you are an international student. you must

subscribe to the student insurance plan unless you

are covered by another plan. Proof of other

coverage must be submitted to the Intemational

Services Office and a waiver obtained each

autumn quarter (or upon Initial admission if other

than autumn quarter) because waivers are valid

only through summer quarter each year. Students

holding insurance policies that expire during the

academic year are responsible for obtaining new

waivers as necessary.

For those graduate students who are eligible

for Graduate Appointee Insurance. choose the Mno

insurance" option when registering on STAR. If

you have questions regarding your eligibility for

this plan, please contact your department

International graduate appointees, however, must

stili choose the quarterly student insurance option

when registering. If you are an intemational RA.

TA, or SA. the system automatically makes

adjustments so that you do not have double

coverage. If you are an international fellow or

trainee, please contact your department for further

instructions.

This is a one-year policy. You may purchase

the plan on a quarterly or "annuar basis (e.g .•

-annual" at autumn is four quarters, -annuar at

winter is three quarters). You must be registered

during the quarter the plan Is purchased (e.g .• If

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quarter). Your refund may be greater based on

your withdrawal date and the following chart:

Wiihin first seven days of quarter 100%

Within first 10% of quarter 90%

Within 11% to 25% of quarter 50%

Within 26% to 50% of quarter 25%

51 % or greater % of quarter 0%

The refund of University charges will be

credited to your aid programs in the following

order up to the amount you received for that

quarter: Federal Direct Unsubsidized Staffordl

Ford Loan, Federal Direct Subsidized Staffordl

Ford Loan, Federal Direct Parent Loan for

Undergraduate Students. Federal Perkins Loan,

Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental

Educational Opportunity Grant, other Title IV aid

programs, Washington State Need Grant,

institutional aid, private scholarships. If any

refund remains after crediting these accounts,

the balance will be refunded to you.

Please be aware that if you withdraw from

all classes within the first 30 days of the quarter

(first three weeks of summer quarter), you may

owe immediate repayment of aid you received

(except Direct Loans which are payable

according to the terms of the promissory note).

Contact the Office of Student Financial Aid.

(206) 543-6101, if you have any questions.

APPLICATION OF PAYMENTS TO A

STUDENT'S ACCOUNT .

As a rule, payments received for a

student's account are applied to charges In order

of their due dates. For charges with the same

due date, payments are applied first to tuition

and related University fees and then to other

charges on the accounl A payment may be

applied to a specific charge by paying In person

to the Student Accounts Office at 129 Schmitz

Hall. Financial aid from Federal Title IV

programs is applied only to required tuition and

fees and to loan and aid repayment obligations.

The University may not apply such aid to pay

insurance and some other optional charges.

you are not going to attend summer quarter, sign

up spring quarter for -annual- coverage to have

Insurance spring and summer quarters).

Current rates are available online at

www.washington.edulstudents/ovpsa/

Insurance.html

SPECIAL FEES

QUARTERLY TECHNOLOGY FEE

This fee Is to recover, In whole or In part,

the costs of providing and maintaining services

to students that include. but need not be limited

to the following: access to the Intemet and

World Wide Web, email, computer and

multimedia work stations and laboratories,

computer software, and dial-up telephone

services. Part-time students (those paying less

than full-time tuition) are charged on a pro rata

basis. The fee will be included on the Quarterly

Tuition billing.

SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FEES

As part of tuition, students pay the

Services and Activities Fee which funds a variety

of student services, Including ASUW and GPSS,

the Daily, Hall Health Center, Recreational

Sports (IMA), Student Legal Services, Childcare

Assistance Program, and Ethnic Cultural Centerl

Theater.

SPECIAL COURSES AND

LABORATORY FEES

The amounts charged for tuition and fees

normally cover University charges for course

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In the case of a nonacademic matter. These

offices will either render a decision on the appeal

or refer you to the proper office for a decision.

GRADUATION RATES'

The graduation rates of full-time freshmen

beginning their studies at the University of

Washington either summer or autumn quarter

1992 are 64% In 5 years and 71% In 6 years.

IMMUNIZATION

All new and returning former students. and

all students living in University of Washington

residence halls or single-student apartments. are

requIred either to provide proof of measles

(rubeola) Immunity or request that the requirement

be waived for religious. personal. or medical

reasons. You will not be allowed to register for

any classes until the Hall Health Primary Care

Center (the student health center on campus)

confinns that you have satisfied this requirement

You must comp/ete the student health

center's Measles Immunity Verification Fonn and

provide either certifications by your heaJth..care

provider or copies of original Immunization records

as proof of: (1) two live virus measles (rubeola)

vaccinations. both given after 1967 with at least

one given after 1980; or (2) positive measles

(rubeola) titer (blood test for antibodies against

measles); or (3) a history from a health-care

provider of measles (rubeola) disease. Students

born before 1957 are considered Immune to

measles.

While continuing students are not required to

provide the Hall Health Primary Care Center with

proof of measles immunity. they are encouraged to

do so. In the event otan outbreak on the·campus.

all students lacking acceptable documentetion of

measles immunity. Including students with

waivers. will be barred: from classes. living groups.

and other campus activities until health officials

detennlne that there is no risk of them transmitting

the disease to others. Measles Immunity

Verification Fonns are available at the Hall Health

Primary Care Center and the Registration Office at

225 Schmitz Hall. For more Infonnetion. students

should contact the Hall Health Primary Care

Center at (206) 616-4672 and leave volcemall

messages to which members of the nursing staff

will respond.

RELEASE OF STUDENT DIRECTORY

INFORMATION

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy

Act (FERPA) of 1974 protects the privacy of your

education records. As a general rule the

University will not release a student's education

records to a third party without written consent of

the student. This Includes tuition account

Information. The complete University policy on

student education recoi'ds and the location of such

records may be found In the Washington

Administrative Code under WAC 478-140.

Manuals containing the Code are available at

Reference Stations on campus and at the VISitor's

Infonnatian Center, 4014 University Way NE.

Infonnetion release (onns for tuition account

Information only may. be obtained from the Student

Accounts Office. 129 Schmitz Hall.

The following Information Is considered

public or -directory" Infannation and may be

released to anyone unless you Infonn the Office of

the Registrar that you do not wish any Infonnetion

released: name. address. telephone number.

email address. major field of studies. dates of

attendance. full- or part-time enrollment status.

most recent previous educational Institution

attended. degrees and awards received, as well as

notices of awards or academic honors to home

town newspapers. and for athletes. date of birth.

weight, and height

If you do not wish to authorize directory

release and do not want your directory Information

to appear In the published or electronic Student

Directory you may restrict the release of this

information using STAR Online which can be

found In the Students link on the UW homepage

(www.washlngton.edulstudentslstaronllneJ)orby

calling the address change service at (206) 543-

3868. No Information will be released on students

or to students, who have restricted release of

directory Information. If you wish to change your

authorization and allow release. you must go to

the Registration Office. 225 Schmitz Hall. and

present photo Identification or make the change

via STAR Online.

Under the provisions of FERPA. you have the right

to:

1. Inspect and review Information contained in

your education records within 45 days of the day

the University receives a request for access. You

should submlt to the registrar. dean. chair of the

academic department, or other appropriate official.

written requests that Identify the record(s) you

wish to Inspect. The University officfal will make

arrangements for access and notffy you of the time

and place where the records may be Inspected. If

the records are not maintained by the University

official to whom the request was submitted, that

official shall advise you of the correct official to

whom the request should be addressed.

2. Request the amendment of your education

records that you believe are Inaccurate or

misleading. You should write the University official

responsible for the record. clearly Identify the part

of the record you want changed. and specify why it

is Inaccurate or misleading. If the University

decides not to amend the record as requested. the

University will notify you of the decfslon and advise

you of your right to a hearing.

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3. Consent to disclosures of personally

Identifiable infonnetion contained in your

education records. except to the extent that

FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent.

One exception. which permits disclosure without

consent. Is disclosure to school officials with

legitimate educational Interests. A school official

Is a person employed by the University In an

administrative. supervisory. and academic or

research. or support staff position Oncludlng law

enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a

person or company with whom the University

has contracted (such as an attorney. auditor. or

collection agent); a person serving on the Board

of Trustees; or a student serving on an official

committee. such as -a disciplinary or grievance

committee. or aSSisting another school official In

perfonnlng his or her tasks. A school official has

a legitimate educational interest if the official

needs to review an education record in order to

fulfill his or her professional responsibility.

4. File a complaint with the Department of

Education concerning alleged failures by the

University of Washington to comply with the

requirements of FERPA. Written complaints

should be directed to Family POlicy Compliance

Office. U.S. Department of Education. 400

Maryland Avenue SW. Washington D.C. 20202-

4605.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT GRIEVANCE

PROCEDURE

StudentS. as well as members of the

faculty and staff. who wish to file a complaint

regarding sexual harassment may contact either

of the two offices listed below:

• Ombudsman for Sexual Harassment. (206)

543-0283.

• UW Complaint Investigation and

Resolution Office. (206) 616-2028.

Personnel In these offices will be available to

discuss and provide assistance In resolving the

complaint

VETERAN'S INFORMATION

Veterans. as well as the dependents of

deceased or totally disabled veterans. may

contact the Office of Special Services. 460

Schmitz Hall. Box 355835. Seattle. WA 98195-

5835. telephone (206) 543-6122. for infonnalion

regarding VA educational benefits. Tuition

reductions may be available for Washington

residents who served in the Southeast Asian or

Persian Gulf combat zones. children of POWs or

MIAs. and nonresident active duty military

personnel and their dependents stationed In

Washington.

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UW Credit Courses to Help

You Complete Your Degree

• Earn UW Course Credits

Credit courses can apply towards your degree and appear on your

transcripts:

• Learn OH Campus

• Study where and when you want through distance learning.

• Use email and voice mail to communicate with your instructors and

get feedback on assignments.

• Enroll anytime and study at your own pace.

• University of Washington Quality

Distance learning courses and certificate programs at the UW meet the

highest standards of educational excellence. Credit and noncredit

courses are each approved by faculty and department chairs.

• Taught by UW Faculty

Many distance learning courses are taught by the same faculty who

teach these courses on campus. All instructors are approved by the

appropriate academic units.

The instmctional costs for distance learning courses are supported by student fees and

are not included in the regular UW tuition.

To request a UW Extension catalog, including distance learning

courses, call (206) 543-2320 or J -800-543-2320, or visit the

Web site at www.extension.washington.edu

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University of Wash

Evening Degree

Choose from ·14 graduate degrees

• Master of Professional

Accounting in Taxation

Application deadline: April 15, 2000.

Information meeting: Tuesday, Jan. 18,

2000, noon-l2:45 p.m., UW Extension

Downtown, 1325 Fourth Ave., Suite 400, Seattle.

• Master of Business Administration

Application deadline: April 1, 2000.

Information meetings: First Thursday of

every month, 4:30 p.m., Mackenzie Hall,

room 110, UW campus, Seattle.

• Professional Master's in Computer

Science and Engineering

Application deadline: Feb. 1, 2000, for

spring 2000 admission.

Information meetings: For details, see

www.cs.washington.edu/masters

• Master's in Construction

Management

Application deadline; Feb. 1, 2000, for

spring 2000 admission.

Information meeting: Wednesday, Dec. 1,

1999,6-7 p.m., Parrington Hall, Commons

Room, UW campus, Seattle.

• Master's or Doctorate in

Higher Education

Degrees offered through Educational Leadership

and Policy Studies. These degrees do

not lead to teaching certificates.

Application deadline: Jan. 15,2000.

Information meeting: Thursday, Nov. 18,

1999, 6-7 p.m., Parrington Hall, Commons

Room, UW campus, Seattle.

• Master's in Engineering

Application deacUines: Feb. 1, 2000

• Master's in Health Administration

Application deadline: April 30, 2000.

Information meeting: Call (206) 616-2976 or

email donnaj®U.washington.edu.

• Master of Library and

Infonnation Science

Application deadline: March 15, 2000.

• Master's in Medical Engineering

Application deadline: July 1, 2000.

Information meeting: Monday, May 8,

2000,6-7 p.m., Parrington HaIl, Commons

Room, UW campus, Seattle.

• Doctor of Pharmacy

*To request disabiliry accommodations. please conrac[ the UW Disability Services Office as early as possible at

(206) 543-6450 (\IOice) , (206) 543-6452 (TrY), (206) 685·7264 (fax) ordso@u.washingum.edu (email).

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Application deadline: March 31, 2000.

• Master's in Applications of Physics

Application deadline: Feb. I, 2000, for

spring 2000 admission.

• Master of Public Administration

Application deadline: Feb. 1,2000.

Information meeting: Thursday, Nov. 18,

1999, noon-12:45 p.m., UW Extension

Downtown, 1325 Fourth Ave., Suite 400, Seattle.

• Master's in Social Work

Application deadline: Jan. IS, 2000.

Applicant orientation: Wednesday, Nov. 17,

1999,6-7 p.m., Parrington Hall, Commons

Room, UW campus, Seattle.


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JOURNAL CLUB

BOTANY 530 TOPCS PL T POP ECOL

>1882 A 1 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

BOTANY 597 ADVAN READ IN BOT

>1883 A 1-3 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

INSTRUCTOR I.D. HCK 430

BoTANY 598 FIELD STOlES IN BOT

>1884 A 1-6 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

INSTRUCTOR 1. D HCK 430

BOTANY S99 LAB STDIES IN BOT

>1885 A 1-6 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

INSTRUCTOR I. D. HCK 430

BOTANY 600 INDEPNDNT STOY/RSCH

>1886 A 1-10 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

INSTRUCTOR I.D. HCK 430

BOTANY 700 KASTERS THESIS

>1888 A 1-10 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDIT INO CREDIT ONLY

INSTRUCTOR I.D. KCK 430

BOTANY 800 DOCTORAL DISSERTATN

>1890 A 1-10 TO BE ARRANGEO

CREDIT INO CREDIT ONLY

INSTRUCTOR I. D. HCK 430

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HUH 498 TOPICS HUHANITIES (VLPA)

>4196 A 3 Th 330-520 LA2. GREEN.J

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH C LIT 496 B

-THE AMERICAN WAY OF DEATH

REVISITED-

HUH 520 TEXTUAL THEORY

4197 A 5 tIW 330-520 LA2 •

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH C LIT 596 B

SEMINAR IN TEXTUAl THEOR.Y

EGGERT.P

HUH 596 HUHANITIES RSCH SEH

4198 A 5 Th 230-520 ART 312 SILBERGELD

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH ART H Sl1 A

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SEHINAR IN CHINESE ART-

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WINTER QUARIER 2000

DEPI' CGUaIE mIIi

lUI ACI'IOII CRD DAY 11&1 BlDG ROOM DII1RVC1'OII

IPIC caDI COIUIINIS

HATH 128 CALC FOR HATH SCI (NW) P

4817 AA S HWF 1130-1220 HCK 132

, TTh 1130-1220 CHl 01S

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS. PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, S43-6830

4818 AS S HWF 1130-1220 HCK 132

" TTh 1130-1220 HUE ISS

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, S43-6830

4819 AC S HWF· 1130-1220 HCK 132

" TTh 1230-120 BLH 212

FRESHHEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

,ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, S43-6830

4820 AD S HWF 1130-1220 HCK 132

" TTh 1230-120 BLH 304

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

HATH 13S ACCEl HONORS CALC (NW)

)4821 A S HTWThF 1030-1120 SAV 243

H EC SEE INSTRUCTOR

HATH 14S BIOLOGICAL CALCULUS (QSR/NW) P

4822 AA S HWF 1030-1120 PAR 108

" TTh 930-10S0 JHN 123

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, S43-6830

4823 AS S HWF 1030-1120 PAR 108

" TTh 1100-1220 JHN 123

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, S43-6830

4824 BA S HWF 1130-1220 PAA A114

" TTh 1130-1250 THO 325

FRESHHEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, S43-6830

4825 BB S tlWF 1130-1220 PAA A114

" TTh 100-220 HUE ISS

FRESHMEN, SOPHMRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, S43-6830

HATH 170 HATH ElEH SCH TEACH (NW)

4826 AA 3 HTh 400-520 JHN 101

HTh 400-S20 ARC 019

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

4827 AS 3 HTh 400-520 JHN 101

HTh 400-S20 ARC 019

CREDIT INO CREDIT ONLY

4828 AC 3 HTh 400-520 JHN 101

HTh 400-S20 ARC 021

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

HATH 187 ALL lABS - OPTIONAL COHPUTER LAB;

OPEN ONLY TO STUDENTS REGISTERED IN HATH 126

HATH 187 HATH COHPUTER LAB (NW)

4829 ZA 1 T 1230-120 THO 003

CREDIT INO CREDIT ONLY

CONCURR REG IN HATH 126 REQ'D

4830 ZB 1 W 1230-120 THO 003

CREDIT INO CREDIT ONLY

COHCURR REG IN HATH 126 REQ'D

HATH 197 PROBLEH SOLVING (NW)

)4831 A 2 TO BE ARRANGED •

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

)4832 B 2 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

HATH 198 SPECIAL TOPICS

)4833 A 1-5 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

HATH 300 HATH REASONING (NW) P

4834 A 3 HWF 1030-1120 EGL 001

"

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

DIPT COUIIA nna

AN IIC1II* caD DAY 1'l1li BlDG ROOM IICS11lVC!OIl

IPIC CODa COIUIINTI

HATH 307 INTRO TO DIFF EQ (NW) PX

4835 A 3 HWF 930-1020 SHI 404

FRESHHEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4836 B 3 HWF 930-1020 SHI 40S

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4837 C 3 HWF 1030-1120 EEl 02S

FRESHHEN, SOPHMRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4838 0 3 KWF 1030-1120 HCK 324

FRESHHEN, SOPHHRS ,JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

EC LOW 207; INCLUDES HSEP STDNTS

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4839 E 3 HWF 1130-1220 CHL 015

FRESHMEN, SOPHHR5 ,J UNIORS , SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4840 F 3 HWF 1130-1220 SHI 407

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4841 G 3 I1WF 1230-120 DEN 212

FRESHHEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4842 H 3 HWF 130-220 truE 155

FRESHMEN, SOPHMRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

HATH 308 HATRIX ALGEBRA (HW) PX

4843 A 3 HWF 830-920 DEN 212

FRESHMEN, SOPHIIRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

4844 B 3 tlWF 930-1020 AND 010

FRESHMEN, SOPHIIRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

4845 C 3 tIWF 930-1020 DEN 212

FRESHMEN, SOPHIIRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

4846 0 3 tIWF 1030-1120 HCK 316

FRESHMEN, SOPHKRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

4847 E 3 tIWF 1030-1120 •

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS ,JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

4848 F 3 HWF 1130-1220 JHN 119

FRESHMEN·, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

EC LOW 207: INCLUDES HSEP STUDENTS

4849 G 3 tIWF 1130-1220 truE 155

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

4850 H 3 IIWF 1230-120 DEN 304

FRE5HIIEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS

ONLY

48S1 U 3 tIW 630-750P SAV 241

FRESHMEN, SOPHtlRS, JUNIORS, S'ENIORS

ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

HATH 309 LINEAR ANALYSIS (NW) PX

48S2 A 3 HWF 1230-120 BLH 202

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4853 B 3 tlWF 1030-1120 JHN 437

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS ,JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING. POL C-36, 543-6830

HATH 324 ADV HUL TIVAR CALC 1 (NW)

4854 A 3 HWF 930-1020 DEN 211

FRESHMEN, SOPHtlRS ,JUNIORS. SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

.4855 B 3 HWF 1130-1220 ARC 021

FRESHMEN. SOPHHRS. JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS. PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4856 C 3 IIWF 1130-1220 HCK 324

FRESHMEN, SOPHMRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS. PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING. POL C-36, 543-6830

MA1IIEMA11CS

DIPT COIIaA mu

..... IKnOII CRD DAYTUII BlDG ROOM ..muc:roa

IPIC COR COIIIIBIn

4857 0 3 HWF 1130-1220 DEN 304

FRESHMEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS. SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS. PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

4858 E 3 tIWF 1230-120 5HI 407

FRE5HHEN, SOPHHRS, JUNIORS, SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS. PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING. POL C-36. 543-6830

HATH 326 ADV HUL TIVAR CALC 2 (NW) PX

4859 A 3 HWF 1230-120 CHL 036

FRESHMEN. SOPHMRS. JUNIORS. SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

HATH 327 INTRO REAL ANL YS I (NW) PX

4860 A 3 HWF 1130-1220 JHN 214

FRESHMEN. SOPHHRS ,JUNIORS. SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

HATH 328 INTRO REAL AHLYS II (NW) PX

4861 A 3 HWF 1230-120 DEN 305

FRESHMEN. SOPHMRS .JUNIORS. SENIORS ONLY

OTHERS. PLEASE CONTACT HATH

ADVISING, POL C-36, 543-6830

HATH 335 H-ACCEL ADVAN CALC (NW)

4862 A 5 tfTWThF 1030-1120 SAY 245

H

HATH 355 HATH ENRICHHENT (NW)

4863 A S HWF 930-1020 GUG 410

HATH 381 DISCRETE HATH HODEL (NW) P

4864 A 3 I1WF 1130-1220 GUG 410

MEETS WRITING COURSE REQUIREHENT

HATH 387 HATH COHPUTER LAB (NW)

4865 ZA 1 T 1030-1120 THO 003

CREDITINO CREDIT ONLY

HATH 390 PROB STAT ENG SCI (NW)

4866 AA 4 IiWThF 230-320 KNE 220

T 830-920 SAV 245

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH STAT 390 AA

4867 AS 4 HWThF 230-320 KNE 220

T 830-920 BAG 260

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH STAT 390 AS

4868 AC 4 HWThF 230-320 KNE 220

T 930-1020 SAY 24S

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH STAT 390 AC

4869 AD 4 HWThF 230-320 KNE 220

T 930-1020 BAG 131

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH STAT 390 AD

HATH 394 PROBABILITY I (NW) P

4870 A 3 tIWF 830-920 SMI 305

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH STAT 394. A

HATH 395 PROBABILITY II (NW) P

4871 A 3 tlWF 830-920 THO 325 HDRITA.J

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH STAT 395 A

4872 B 3 HWF 1030-1120 THO 325 8URDZY.K

OFFERED JOINTLY WITH STAT 395 B

MATH 398 SPECIAL TOPICS

)4873 A 1-5 TO BE ARRANGED

CREDIT/NO CREDIT ONLY

INSTRUCTOR I.D. PDL C-36

HATH 403 INTRO HORN ALGEBRA (NW) P

4874 A 3 tIWF 930-1020 DEN 314

HATH 407 LINEAR OPTIHIZATION (NW)

4875 A 3 tIWF 930-1020 DEN 305

HATH 408 HATH OPTIHZTN THRY (NW) P

4876 A 3 IIWF 1030-1120 SAY 317

MATH 412 INTRO HORN ALG-TCHR (NW)

4877 A 3 tIWF 130-220 DEN 307

HATH 414 NUMBER THEORY (NW) P

4878 A 3 I1WF 930-1020 RAt 121

HATH 425 FUND CONCEPTS ANL YS (NW) P

4879 A 3 HWF 1130-1220 SHI 311

HATH 428 TOPS IN APPL ANLYS (NW) P

4880 A 3 HWF 130-220 DEN 314


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