Spring 2002 Class Schedule - Supplement #5

This message includes information regarding new courses added to the Spring Term listing and updated information regarding other courses that occurred after the Spring Registration book went to press.

Note:

Spring Break begins at 5:00 pm on Friday, February 22. Classes resume on Monday, March 4.

Final Exam Schedule Correction-

Study Day - Monday, May 6th
1st Day of Exams - Tuesday, May 7th
2nd Day of Exams - Wednesday, May 8th
3rd Day of Exams - Thursday, May 9th
4th Day of Exams - Friday, May 10th

New Courses:

Call #11562: BIOL 372-02A (Biological Techniques) taught by Steve Saupe

Change in Course: (Changes listed in RED)

Call #10026 ART 110-01A    instructor: Mary Cunninham
Call #10057 ASTR 212-01A  instructor: Tom Kirkman
Call #10056 ASTR 212-02A  instructor: Tom Kirkman
Call #10513 HIST 152-02A   instructor: William Green
Call #10532 HIST 399-01A   instructor: Greg Schroeder
Call #11088 SPAN 111-02A  room: Quad 261
Call #11515 MATH 119-03A  days/cycle: days 1 & 5
Call #10763 MUSC 240-01A  instructor:
Marianne Meidl
Call #11395 MUSC 240-02A  instructor: Marianne Meidl
Call #11495 PHYS 106-07A  instructor: Dean Langley
Call #10896 PHED 206-01A  instructor: Janna LaFountaine
Call #10953 PHYS 370-01A  instructor: Dean Langley
Call #11196 THEO 180-05A  room: Main 323

Cancelled:

HIST 140-02A - European Experience (HML)
THEO 180-09A -
XTN Tradition (TH)

Global Flag:

MGMT 309-01A - International Management Seminar as taught by Ron Bosrock

Humanities Upper Division designation:

COMM 305-01A - Women's Voices Before 1920

Course Description:

BIOL 374-02A Biological Techniques: An Introduction to Aerobiology:
 
A Study of Airborne Pollen & Spores in Central Minnesota
During the spring semester the Biology Department will offer a mini-course on the biology of pollen and spores. We will meet once per cycle in a seminar/workshop format to learn about airborne allergens, pollen and spore biology, and how to measure/monitor pollen in the air. The ultimate goal is to establish a pollen biology center on campus that will record daily pollen/spore counts.  If you are interested, contact Dr. Saupe (x2782; ssaupe@csbsju.edu.  You can register for the course, Biol 374, via the standard procedures on the web.  Prerequisites BIOL 115 & BIOL 116; Requirements: Attendance and full participation in all classes, class presentation/discussion leader, pollen/spore data collection (collect and record pollen/spore data for time period during the spring); Grading: A - F

Fee:

NRSG 110-01A Fee $5