Special Course Listings

Online Course Descriptions


Schedule of Classes: Departments

Summer 2008, Bloomington

The Summer 2008 course offerings listed in the attached report are not real time, but will be updated on a daily basis throughout the Registration period. Please note that any changes to the schedule (such as new courses, days, room assignments, or instructor name) will appear the next time the report is updated.

*****NOTE: You will see ***** next to some classes instead of a class number. In the new system, only one component of a class that includes a lecture/lab/discussion combination is designated as the “enrollment” class (usually the lab or discussion). This “enrollment” class is the only one with a class number listed -- you will use this class number in registration. Once this initial “enrollment” class is added, you will be prompted to choose the other related components.

RSTR = Class Restricted (Class, School, Major, Prerequisite Required, etc.)
PERM = Class requires Student Permission from Course Department
VT = Variable Title                  CLSD = Class closed
***** = Class that is "related" to another enrollment class. See detail above.

SUMMER SESSION CODES:      SS1 = Summer Session 1       SS2 = Summer Session 2
IS1 = Intensive Session 1                   IS2 = Intensive Session 2
IS3 = Intensive Session 3                   IS4 = Intensive Session 4       IS5 = Intensive Session 5
NS1 = Non-Standard Session 1         NS2 = Non-Standard Session 2

Information on this report reflects data as of the end of the day Sunday, September 14, 2008

AAAD African Am & Afri Diaspora Std
AADM Arts Administration
ABEH Animal Behavior
AFRI African Studies
AMID Apparel Merch/Int Design
AMST American Studies
ANAT Anatomy
ANTH Anthropology
ASCS Arts&Sciences Career Services
AST Astronomy
BIOC Biochemistry
BIOL Biology
BUS Business
CEUS Central Eurasian Studies
CHEM Chemistry
CJUS Criminal Justice-Coas
CLAS Classical Studies
CLLC Collins Living-Learning Center
CMCL Communication & Culture
CMLT Comparative Literature
COGS Cognitive Science
COLL College of Arts & Sciences
CSCI Computer Science
EALC East Asian Lang & Culture
ECON Economics
EDUC Education
ENG English
FINA Fine Arts
FOLK Folklore and Ethnomusicology
FRIT French And Italian
GEOG Geography
GEOL Geology
GER Germanic Languages
GNDR Gender Studies
GRAD Graduate
HISP Spanish & Portuguese
HIST History
HON Honors
HPER Health, Phys Ed, & Recreation
HPSC Hist & Phil Of Science
HUBI Human Biology
IMP Individualized Major Program
INFO Informatics
INST India Studies
INTL International Studies
JOUR Journalism
JSTU Jewish Studies
LAMP Liberal Arts And Mgmt Program
LATS Latino Studies
LESA Ldrship Eth & Soc Action Prog
LING Linguistics
LSTU Labor Studies
LTAM Latin American Studies
MATH Mathematics
MEST Medieval Studies
MSCI Medical Sciences
MUS Music
NELC Near Eastern Lang & Cultures
NEUS Center For Neural Sciences
NURS Nursing
OPT Optometry
OVST Overseas Studies
PHAR Pharmacology
PHIL Philosophy
PHSL Physiology
PHYS Physics
POLS Political Science
PSY Psychological & Brain Sciences
REEI Russian & East European Inst
REL Religious Studies
SLAV Slavic Languages & Literatures
SLIS Library & Information Science
SLST Second Language Studies
SOC Sociology
SPEA Public and Envir Affairs
SPHS Speech & Hearing Sciences
SWK Social Work
TEL Telecommunications
THTR Theatre & Drama
TOPT Optometric Technology
VICT Victorian Studies
VSCI Vision Science
WEUR West European Studies