Interim and Spring Pre-Registration

Course information is being collected for 2019-20.  The list below is not accurate until after October 8, 2019.

Interim Spring

Pre-registration period for Interim & Spring Semester 2019-20 is Tuesday, October 22 through Friday, October 25. Courses open to pre-registration are listed below.

Students:

  • Please note that pre-registration for a course becomes your first course choice in all course schedules you submit in SIS during web registration. Think carefully whether you really want a pre-registered course to be your first choice. Pre-registered courses CANNOT be changed.
  • It is your responsibility to clear all holds prior to web registration. All holds must be removed for Interim and Spring web registration by the morning registration closes.

Interim Web Registration opens at 8:30 AM on October 30th and closes November 1st at 10:00 AM

Spring Web Registration opens  November 1st at noon and closes November 5th at 10:00 AM.

Departments: Pre-registration Google Documents are due on Monday, October 28. Contact the Registrar’s Office (x3015) with questions.

 

INTERIM

ART 102:  FOUNDATION 2-D MEDIA

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 104:  FOUNDATION NEW MEDIA

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible sophmore, junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 236:  GRAPHIC DESIGN

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 240A TOP:  REPRESENT/INTERP NATURAL WORLD

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 240B TOP:  POLITICS OF PERFORMANCE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:
  • Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ASIAN STUDIES 201:  JAPANESE LITERATURE INTO FILM

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Students who have completed JPN 231 or equivalent, students who will enroll in the FLAC section of the course.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Students should contact Joanne Quimby  to pre-register.

ENGLISH 185:  LITERARY STUDIES

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared English major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Email Roseanne Galegher with name, ID number, course number, and course title between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 4:00 pm.

LINGUISTIC STUDIES 396:  DIRECTED UNDERGRAD RESEARCH – Individual Differences in Second Language Acquisition

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared Linguistics concentration
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  A Google form will be emailed to Linguistics concentrators the day before the pre-registration period begins

NORWEGIAN 112

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Successful completion of Norwegian 111, permission of department chair, preference will be given in order of class year.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Respond to the email sent by the department chair.

SPANISH 112 – ROMANCE LANGUAGES:  INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LANGUAGE AND THE SPANISH-SPEAKING WORLD II

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Pre-registration will be offered to students on the official wait list for Spanish 112 Fall Semester 2019 and who could not be accommodated.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Students on the Spanish 112 wait list will be notified by email of the opportunity to pre-register for Spanish 112 in Interim 2020.  We will pre-register up to 20 students (course maximum of 24).  Students will be required to fill out a brief form indicating that they were placed in Spanish 112 and hand deliver it to Jessica Thomas, AAA for Romance Languages.  Students will be accept on a first-come, first-served basis during the official pre-registration period (Oct. 22-25).

THEATER 180:  TEXT AND PERFORMANCE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Must be declared Theater major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  An email link will be sent to the theater majors once pre-registration is open,  Email Jeanne Tangren Hatle with questions.

WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES 121:  INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Women’s and Gender Studies major or concentrator.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  In early October, WMGST will email students eligible for pre-registration with a Google Form prior to registration.  Students who want to pre-register must complete the form by October 25.  The program AAA (Rosanne Galegher) will email students if there are any issues with their pre-registrations by October 28.

SPRING

AMERICAN STUDIES 301: SEM: SEXUALITY IN AMERICAN FILM

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared American Studies major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  American Studies majors should email L.DeAne Lagerquist with name, ID number, course number and course title.

ART 102A:  FOUNDATIONS 2-D MEDIA

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 102B:  FOUNDATIONS 2-D MEDIA

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 103:  FOUNDATIONS 3-D MEDIA

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 207:  CERAMICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 224:  SCULPTURE/DIRECT METAL

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 226:  PRINTMAKING

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 229:  DIGITAL FILMMAKING

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 234: INTERMEDIATE CERAMICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 238:  INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

ART 240 TOP:  LANDSCAPES/FILMSCAPES

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Studio Art or Art History majors, class of 2020 or 2021 only.  Major students can only pre-register for two Art courses.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Art department AAA, Patty Cohn, will send an email to all eligible junior and senior majors at least two days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration request form.  Five spaces will be reserved for pre-registration.

BIOLOGY 121 A/B/C/D LAB:  BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Nursing Major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to Nursing AAA.

BIOLOGY 243 A/B/C LAB:  HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY:  ORGANS AND ORGAN SYSTEMS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Nursing Major, starting nursing in fall of following year.  Declared Exercise Science majors.
  • Prerequisites:  Taken Biology 143 or Biology 150
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Nursing Majors:  Nursing departments faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to Nursing AAA.  Exercise Majors:  Email  Jennifer Peterson in the Exercise Science Department with your full name, student ID number and course information.

ECONOMICS 200 A,B:  LAW ECONOMICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: First-year students who entered St. Olaf with AP/IB/CA credit for ECON 121 may pre-register for one section.  Seniors who are declared Economics majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 200 C:  LAW ECONOMICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: First-year students who entered St. Olaf with AP/IB/CA credit for ECON 121 may pre-register for one section.  Seniors who are declared Economics majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 222 A,B:  GAME THEORY IN ECONOMICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: First-year students who entered St. Olaf with AP/IB/CA credit for ECON 121 may pre-register for one section.  Seniors who are declared Economics majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 243 A,B:  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: First-year students who entered St. Olaf with AP/IB/CA credit for ECON 121 may pre-register for one section.  Seniors who are declared Economics majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 261 A,B:  INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Juniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 262 A,B:  INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Juniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 263 A,B:  STATISTICS FOR ECONOMICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Juniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 371:  ECONOMICS OF PUBLIC POLICY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Seniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 378:  COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS LEGAL SYSTEMS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Seniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 380:  AMERICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Seniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 385:  ECONOMETRICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Seniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ECONOMICS 399 C:  SEM: ECONOMICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Seniors who are declared Economic majors may pre-register for up to two sections.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  The Economics/Team East AAA, Ms. Solvei Robertson, will send an email to all eligible students at least four days before pre-registration begins with a link to an online pre-registration form.
  • Though the Economics Department will make every effort to accommodate all interested students, pre-registration does not guarantee a space in a class if interest exceeds allowable class limits.

ENGLISH 185:  LITERARY STUDIES  SECTIONS A&B

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared English major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Email Rosanne Galegher with name, ID number, course number, course title, and sections between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 4:00 pm.

ENGLISH 242:  CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Communication Arts and Literature (CAL) Concentrator.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Email Rosanne Galegher with name, ID number, course number, course title, and sections between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 4:00 pm.

ENGLISH 286:  TOPIC:  THE RHETORIC OF VIDEOGAMES

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared English major and/or declared Media Studies Concentrator.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Email Rosanne Galegher with name, ID number, course number, course title, and sections between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 4:00 pm.

ENGLISH 282:  FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION WRITING

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared Junior and Senior English majors.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Email Rosanne Galegher with name, ID number, course number, course title, and sections between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 4:00 pm.

ENGLISH 395:  CHAUCER AND ETHICS (EIN)

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared Junior and Senior English majors.
  • Students must have completed their BTS-T course
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Email Rosanne Galegher with name, ID number, course number, course title, and sections between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 4:00 pm.

HISTORY 210:  (LEVEL II)  MAJOR SEMINAR: FRANCE IN WORLD WAR II: OCCUPATION, COLLABORATION, RESISTANCE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared History major, or French major, or permission from Instructor.
  • Prerequisites:  None
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Senior History majors pre-register:  Tuesday, October 22, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-Senior History majors pre-register:  Wednesday, October 23, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-History majors pre-register:  Thursday, October 24, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • Email Barbara Majchrzak with name, student ID number, graduation year and major.

HISTORY 270:  (LEVEL II)  MAJOR SEMINAR: AMERICA IN THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION ERA

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared History major.
  • Prerequisites:  None
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Senior History majors pre-register:  Tuesday, October 22, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-Senior History majors pre-register:  Wednesday, October 23, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-History majors pre-register:  Thursday, October 24, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • Email Barbara Majchrzak with name, student ID number, graduation year and major.

HISTORY 280:  (LEVEL II)  MAJOR SEMINAR: INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HISTORY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared History major.
  • Prerequisites:  None
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Senior History majors pre-register:  Tuesday, October 22, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-Senior History majors pre-register:  Wednesday, October 23, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-History majors pre-register:  Thursday, October 24, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • Email Barbara Majchrzak with name, student ID number, graduation year and major.

HISTORY 345:  (LEVEL  III)  SEMINAR: ENGENDERING MODERN EAST ASIA

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared History major, or Asian Studies major, or Chinese major, or Japanese major, or Women’s & Gender Studies (WGS) major
  • Prerequisites:  None
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Senior History majors pre-register:  Tuesday, October 22, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-Senior History majors pre-register:  Wednesday, October 23, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-History majors pre-register:  Thursday, October 24, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • The usual Level-III Permission form will not be required for History 345 this semester.  Email Barbara Majchrzak with name, student ID number, graduation year and major.

HISTORY 375:  (LEVEL  III)  SEMINAR: RACE AND CAPITALISM IN THE MODERN US

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared History major, or American Studies major.
  • Prerequisites: This is a Course in History, American Studies, or American Conversations.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Senior History majors pre-register:  Tuesday, October 22, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-Senior History majors pre-register:  Wednesday, October 23, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-History majors pre-register:  Thursday, October 24, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • The usual Level-III Permission form will not be required for History 375 this semester.  Email Barbara Majchrzak with name, student ID number, graduation year and major.

HISTORY 395:  (LEVEL  III)  SEMINAR: ORAL HISTORY SEMINAR

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared History major.
  • Prerequisites:  None.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Senior History majors pre-register:  Tuesday, October 22, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-Senior History majors pre-register:  Wednesday, October 23, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-History majors pre-register:  Thursday, October 24, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • The usual Level-III Permission form will not be required for History 395 this semester.  Email Barbara Majchrzak with name, student ID number, graduation year and major.

HISTORY 396:  (LEVEL  III)  RESEARCH: ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared History major, or Ancient Studies major, or Classics major, or Art & History major, or Religion major.
  • Prerequisites:  None.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Senior History majors pre-register:  Tuesday, October 22, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-Senior History majors pre-register:  Wednesday, October 23, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  •                                                                                                            Non-History majors pre-register:  Thursday, October 24, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • The usual Level-III Permission form will not be required for History 396 this semester.  Email Barbara Majchrzak with name, student ID number, graduation year and major.

INTERDISCIPLINARY 210:  PATHOPHARMACOLOGY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared Nursing major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to Nursing AAA.

LINGUISTIC STUDIES 250:  ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared Linguistics concentration, declared Education major.
  • Prerequisite:  taken Writing 111 or equivalent.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  A Google form will be emailed to Linguistics concentrators the day before the pre-registration period begins

LINGUISTIC STUDIES 245:  ROLES OF LANGUAGE IN THE CONTEXT OF EQUITY AND DIVERSITY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:   Declared Linguistics concentration, declared Education major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  A Google form will be emailed to Linguistics concentrators the day before the pre-registration period begins.

MUSIC 242:  HISTORY & LITERATURE OF MUSIC II

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Contact Louis Epstein
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:   Contact Louis Epstein

MUSIC 314:  POST-TONAL ANALYSIS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Contact David Carter
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:   Contact David Carter

MUSIC 345:  TOPIC:  MUSIC IN PARIS IN THE 1920’S

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Contact Louis Epstein
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:   Contact Louis Epstein

NORWEGIAN 231

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Successful completion of Norwegian 111, permission of department chair, preference will be given in order of class year.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Respond to the email sent by the department chair.

NURSING 110:  NUTRITION AND WELLNESS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Exercise major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:   Email Jennifer Peterson in the Exercise Science Department with your full name, student ID number and course information.

PHILOSOPHY 236:  MODERN PHILOSOPHY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Philosophy major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: Philosophy majors are to pre-register between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 5:00 pm.  Philosophy majors email Emma Fradgley  with name, ID number, course number and course title.

POLITICAL SCIENCE 321:  SEM: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Political Science major.
  • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson , will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS  may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.

POLITICAL SCIENCE 370A:  SEM: COURAGEOUS RESISTANCE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Political Science major.
  • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson , will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS  may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.

POLITICAL SCIENCE 370B:  SEM: COURAGEOUS RESISTANCE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Political Science major.
  • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson , will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS  may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.

POLITICAL SCIENCE 384:  SEM: STUDIES IN POLITICAL THOUGHT

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Political Science major.
  • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson , will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS  may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.

RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES 121 A & B:  INTRODUCTION TO RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Race and Ethnic Studies major or concentrator.
  • Prerequisite: None.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Email Roseanne Galegher  with name, ID number, status as major/concentration, course name and section.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 121:  INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Nursing major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to Nursing AAA.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 128:  INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Nursing major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to Nursing AAA.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 260:  FAMILIES, MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIPS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Nursing major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to Nursing AAA.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 264:  RACE/CLASS IN AMERICAN CULTURE

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Nursing major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to Nursing AAA.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 291 A/B:  SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Sociology/Anthropology major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  majors are to pre-register between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 5:00 pm.  Email Emma Fradgley with name, ID number, course number and course title.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 373 A/B:  ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH METHODS

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Sociology/Anthropology major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  majors are to pre-register between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 5:00 pm.  Email Emma Fradgley with name, ID number, course number and course title.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 399 A/B:  SENIOR SEMINAR

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Declared Sociology/Anthropology major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration:  majors are to pre-register between Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 am and Friday, October 25, at 5:00 pm.  Email Emma Fradgley with name, ID number, course number and course title.

THEATER 120:  PUBLIC SPEAKING

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Must be an Education concentrator.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: A link will be sent to Theater majors when pre-registration opens.  Email Jeanne Hatle with any questions.

THEATER 130:  INTRODUCTION TO ACTING

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Must be a declared Theater major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: A link will be sent to Theater majors when pre-registration opens.  Email Jeanne Hatle with any questions.

THEATER 230:  INTERMEDIATE ACTING

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Must be a declared Theater major.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: A link will be sent to Theater majors when pre-registration opens.  Email Jeanne Hatle with any questions.

THEATER 271:  THEATER HISTORY FROM 1700

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Must be a declared Theater major, a junior or senior.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: A link will be sent to Theater majors when pre-registration opens.  Email Jeanne Hatle with any questions.

WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES 121:  INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES

  • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register:  Must be a declared Women’s and Gender Studies major or concentrator.
  • Department’s or Program’s procedure for pre-registration: In early October, WMGST will email students eligible for pre-registration with a Google Form prior to registration.  Students who want to pre-register must complete the form by October 25.  The program AAA (Roseanne Galegher) will email students if there are any issues with their pre-registration by October 28.