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ARCH
310 1184 1 4   Introduction to Archival Studies
TextbookTextbook
Gabriele Carey Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 119 This course introduces students to archival theory and practice, covering a variety of issues and pr more »

ARMGT
300A 1481 1 2 M2 Intro to Arts Management Dynamics
TextbookTextbook
Amy Shimshon-Santo Thu 12:00PM -
3:00PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Arts Management Dynamics introduces students to careers supporting the creation, delivery, presentat more »

ARMGT
301 1224 1 4   Legal Foundations for Creative Industries
TextbookTextbook
Kibum Kim Tue 9:00AM -
12:00PM
Burkle 12 Beginning with a brief history of the United States' legal system, we will trace the evolution of la more »

ARMGT
307 1234 1 2 M2 Social and Digital Media Marketing & Advertising
TextbookTextbook
Ronald Evans Tue 4:00PM -
7:00PM
No Room Needed As the communications landscape moves to digital, the value of strong online marketing skills contin more »

ARMGT
308 1214 1 0   Arts Management On Site
TextbookTextbook
Amy Shimshon-Santo  -
No Room Needed Arts Management on Site introduces students to the businesses, institutions, artists, innovators, an more »

ARMGT
309B 1236 1 4   Startup Studio
TextbookTextbook
Jonathan Neil, Kibum Kim, Hovig Tchalian Wed 1:00PM -
6:50PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). Students who pursue the entrepreneurship sequence in the CMCI finish their degree with the Startup S more »

ARMGT
310A 1238 1 2 M1 Principals & Practices of Fundraising 1
TextbookTextbook
Amy Shimshon-Santo Thu 12:00PM -
3:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). Principles and Practices of Fundraising (310A) introduces students to the fundamentals of philanthro more »

ARMGT
310B 1368 1 2 M2 Principals & Practices of Fundraising 2
TextbookTextbook
Robin Sukhadia Wed 6:00PM -
9:00PM
Reef 749 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). (Pre-requisite ArtBus/Artmgt 310A) Fundraising has become a key responsibility of qualified leaders more »

ARMGT
317 1216 1 4   Finance and Accounting for Creative Industries
TextbookTextbook
James Wallace Mon 9:00AM -
12:00PM
Burkle 16 Finance is the study of the allocation of capital (money) from lenders or savers to borrowers. Typic more »

ARMGT
317 1218 2 4   Finance and Accounting for Creative Industries
TextbookTextbook
James Wallace Mon 1:00PM -
4:00PM
Burkle 16 Finance is the study of the allocation of capital (money) from lenders or savers to borrowers. Typic more »

ARMGT
321A 1226 1 2 M1 Marketing Management
TextbookTextbook
Steven Chen Tue 1:00PM -
4:00PM
Burkle 12 Marketing Management focuses on marketing and its role within organizations. It introduces the marke more »

ARMGT
321A 1228 2 2 M1 Marketing Management
TextbookTextbook
Steven Chen Tue 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Burkle 12 Marketing Management focuses on marketing and its role within organizations. It introduces the marke more »

ARMGT
325 1456 1 2 M1 Strategic Communications for Art, Culture, and Media
TextbookTextbook
Tom M Benavidez Wed 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). This course will cover the application of strategic communications for the arts, culture, and media. more »

ARMGT
344 1246 1 2 M2 Culture and Arts Policy in Asia
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Wed 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). The course aims to examine the relationship between culture and the state in East Asian countries (C more »

ARMGT
380A 1256 1 2 M1 Museum Collections Management I
TextbookTextbook
Miranda Nesler Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). The ability to manage a museum or private collection is a fundamental component in maintaining a sus more »

ARMGT
380B 1445 1 2 M2 Museum Collections Management II
TextbookTextbook
Marcelle Lunau Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). The ability to manage a museum or private collection is a fundamental component in maintaining a sus more »

ARMGT
383 1220 1 2 M1 Economics of Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Mon 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Burkle 14 The Economics of Strategy uses the business-related tenets of economics (old and new) to generate a more »

ARMGT
383 1222 2 2 M1 Economics of Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Mon 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 14 The Economics of Strategy uses the business-related tenets of economics (old and new) to generate a more »

ARMGT
400M 1390 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

ARMGT
401B 1213 1 4   Arts Management Practicum
TextbookTextbook
Amy Shimshon-Santo, Jessica Cusick Thu 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Reef 748 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). (Pre-requisite: Course #401A) Successful completion of this course prepares students to fulfill the more »

ARMGT
410 1250 1 2 M1 Creative Industries Colloquium
TextbookTextbook
Jonathan Neil, Kibum Kim, Amy Shimshon-Santo Thu 5:00PM -
8:00PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). The Colloquium of the Center for Management in the Creative Industries (CMCI) is designed to give st more »

ART
301 1045 1 1 - 3   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
David Amico TueWed 10:00AM -
5:00PM
No Room Needed Art 301 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with core facult more »

ART
301 1046 2 1 - 3   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Rachel Lachowicz TueWed 10:00AM -
5:00PM
No Room Needed Art 301 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with core facult more »

ART
302 1047 1 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Anne Bray Tue 12:30PM -
6:00PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
302 1049 2 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Carmine Iannaccone Tue 4:00PM -
6:00PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
302 1050 3 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Julian Hoeber Tue 12:00PM -
5:30PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
302 1052 4 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Michael Reafsnyder Tue 9:00AM -
2:30PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
302 1053 5 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Iva Gueorguieva Tue 12:00PM -
5:30PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
302 1054 6 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Mimi Lauter Mon 1:30PM -
6:20PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
302 1055 7 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Chris Engman Tue 11:00AM -
4:30PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
302 1058 8 1 - 2   Studio Art
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Seisler Tue 12:30PM -
6:00PM
No Room Needed Art 302 Studio Art is a graduate-level course in which the student meets one-on-one with adjunct fac more »

ART
328 1059 1 3   Installation (The Dialogue with Surrounding Space)
TextbookTextbook
Rachel Lachowicz Tue 10:00AM -
12:00PM
Academic Computing 208 Installation Art, from the 1960s to present day, holds a challenging array of headings, sub categori more »

ART
344A 1062 1 4   Ideas in Contemporary Art
TextbookTextbook
Carmine Iannaccone Thu 1:00PM -
4:00PM
Burkle 24 "The Grand Tour". Many commentators believe that what has been called the Golden Age of critical the more »

ART
349A 1063 1 4   Self-Organization in Art
TextbookTextbook
Matthew McGarvey Mon 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Academic Computing 108 This course will investigate self-organization as a technique within art works and as a phenomenon b more »

ART
395 1064 1 2   Written Statement Seminar
TextbookTextbook
Carmine Iannaccone Thu 10:00AM -
12:00PM
Art 101A Second and third semester seminar for preparation of written statement to accompany advancement meet more »

ART
396 1065 1 3 - 15   MFA Project
TextbookTextbook
David Amico TueWed 10:00AM -
5:00PM
Art 101A Thesis defense with the three members of your MFA committee. more »

ART
396 1066 2 3 - 15   MFA Project
TextbookTextbook
Rachel Lachowicz TueWed 10:00AM -
5:00PM
Art 101A Thesis defense with the three members of your MFA committee. more »

ART
400M 1388 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

ARTBUS
300A 1477 1 2 M2 Intro to Art Market Dynamics
TextbookTextbook
Kibum Kim Thu 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) This course introduces students to the structures and dynamics of international art markets: the peo more »

ARTBUS
301 1223 1 4   Legal Foundations for Creative Industries
TextbookTextbook
Kibum Kim Tue 9:00AM -
12:00PM
Burkle 12 Beginning with a brief history of the United States' legal system, we will trace the evolution of la more »

ARTBUS
302 1378 1 4   East Asian Arts Connoisseurship and Collecting
TextbookTextbook
Meher McArthur Fri 9:00AM -
12:00PM
No Room Needed Class taught at Scripps campus. See department for details. This course will provide a brief overview of Asian arts with opportunities to closely examine, resea more »

ARTBUS
307 1233 1 2 M2 Social and Digital Media Marketing
TextbookTextbook
Ronald Evans Tue 4:00PM -
7:00PM
No Room Needed As the communications landscape moves to digital, the value of strong online marketing skills contin more »

ARTBUS
308 1206 1 0   Art Business On Site
TextbookTextbook
Kibum Kim  -
No Room Needed Art Business on Site introduces students to the businesses, institutions, artists, innovators, and l more »

ARTBUS
309B 1235 1 4   Startup Studio
TextbookTextbook
Jonathan Neil, Kibum Kim, Hovig Tchalian Wed 1:00PM -
6:50PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). Students who pursue the entrepreneurship sequence in the CMCI finish their degree with the Startup S more »

ARTBUS
310A 1237 1 2 M1 Principals and Practices of Fundraising 1
TextbookTextbook
Amy Shimshon-Santo Thu 12:00PM -
3:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). Principles and Practices of Fundraising (310A) introduces students to the fundamentals of philanthro more »

ARTBUS
310B 1243 1 2 M2 Principals & Practices of Fundraising 2
TextbookTextbook
Robin Sukhadia Wed 6:00PM -
9:00PM
Reef 749 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). (Pre-requisite ArtBus/Artmgt 310A) Fundraising has become a key responsibility of qualified leaders more »

ARTBUS
312 1207 1 2 M1 Fine Art as a Financial Asset
TextbookTextbook
Rosemary Ringwald Thu 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). Art is an asset but it is increasingly being purchased as an investment asset despite its lack of re more »

ARTBUS
314 1210 1 2 M2 Intensive: The Art Auction Business
TextbookTextbook
Barbara Strongin Fri 9:30AM -
5:00PM
Burkle 26 Class meets Fri 10/27, Sat 10/28, Sun 10/29, Mon 10/30. Meeting times TBD. See department for details. This course introduces students to the inner workings of the auction business by focusing on what ac more »

ARTBUS
317 1215 1 4   Finance and Accounting for Creative Industries
TextbookTextbook
James Wallace Mon 9:00AM -
12:00PM
Burkle 16 Finance is the study of the allocation of capital (money) from lenders or savers to borrowers. Typic more »

ARTBUS
317 1217 2 4   Finance and Accounting for Creative Industries
TextbookTextbook
James Wallace Mon 1:00PM -
4:00PM
Burkle 16 Finance is the study of the allocation of capital (money) from lenders or savers to borrowers. Typic more »

ARTBUS
321A 1225 1 2 M1 Marketing Management
TextbookTextbook
Steven Chen Tue 1:00PM -
4:00PM
Burkle 12 Marketing Management focuses on marketing and its role within organizations. It introduces the marke more »

ARTBUS
321A 1227 2 2 M1 Marketing Management
TextbookTextbook
Steven Chen Tue 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Burkle 12 Marketing Management focuses on marketing and its role within organizations. It introduces the marke more »

ARTBUS
325 1457 1 2 M1 Strategic Communications for Art, Culture, and Media
TextbookTextbook
Tom M Benavidez Wed 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). This course will cover the application of strategic communications for the arts, culture, and media. more »

ARTBUS
344 1245 1 2 M2 Culture and Arts Policy in Asia
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Wed 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). The course aims to examine the relationship between culture and the state in East Asian countries (C more »

ARTBUS
350 1211 1 4   Sotheby's Institute of Art NY Track I
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Please contact the department for more information regarding the courses details. COURSE OPEN ONLY T more »

ARTBUS
351 1212 1 4   Sotheby's Institute of Art NY Track II
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Please contact the department for more information regarding the courses details. COURSE OPEN ONLY T more »

ARTBUS
352 1359 1 2 - 4   Sotheby's Institute of Art NY Track III
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Please contact the department for more information regarding the courses details. COURSE OPEN ONLY T more »

ARTBUS
353 1240 1 4   Sotheby's Institute of Art London Track I
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Please contact the department for more information regarding the courses details. COURSE OPEN ONLY T more »

ARTBUS
354 1241 1 4   Sotheby's Institute of Art London Track II
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Please contact the department for more information regarding the courses details. COURSE OPEN ONLY T more »

ARTBUS
355 1358 1 2 - 4   Sotheby's Institute of Art London Track III
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Please contact the department for more information regarding the courses details. COURSE OPEN ONLY T more »

ARTBUS
356 1450 1 4   Sotheby's Institute/London IV
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Please contact the department for more information regarding the courses details. COURSE OPEN ONLY T more »

ARTBUS
380A 1254 1 2 M1 Museum Collections Management I
TextbookTextbook
Miranda Nesler Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). Through readings, lectures, sites visits, and hands-on practice, this course will introduce students more »

ARTBUS
380B 1444 1 2 M2 Museum Collections Management II
TextbookTextbook
Marcelle Lunau Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). The ability to manage a museum or private collection is a fundamental component in maintaining a sus more »

ARTBUS
383 1219 1 2 M1 Economics of Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Mon 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Burkle 14 Economics of Strategy uses the business-related tenets (old and new) to generate a modern, consisten more »

ARTBUS
383 1221 2 2 M1 Economics of Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Mon 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 14 Economics of Strategy uses the business-related tenets (old and new) to generate a modern, consisten more »

ARTBUS
400A 1239 1 4   Master Project SIA New York Track
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed The Master's Project is a practice-based project which provides an opportunity for students to pursu more »

ARTBUS
400B 1242 1 4   Master Project SIA LONDON TRACK
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed The Master's Project is a practice-based project which provides an opportunity for students to pursu more »

ARTBUS
400M 1389 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

ARTBUS
410 1247 1 2 M1 Creative Industries Colloquium
TextbookTextbook
Jonathan Neil, Kibum Kim, Amy Shimshon-Santo Thu 5:00PM -
8:00PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). The Colloquium of the Center for Management in the Creative Industries (CMCI) is designed to give st more »

ARTBUS
415 1208 1 2 M2 Art Fairs and Selling Exhibitions
TextbookTextbook
Kibum Kim Thu 12:00PM -
3:00PM
Reef 773 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets in Los Angeles (CGU @ The Reef, 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles). In little more than a decade, art fairs have redefined the systemic mechanisms of the art market. In more »

AWS
300 1185 1 4   Applied Women's Studies
TextbookTextbook
Linda Perkins Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
McNassor Room (Harper 53) AWS 300 is a course designed to incorporate contemporary practices with activist-based perspectives. more »

AWS
400M 1391 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

BOT
303A 1025 1 2   Advanced Botanical & Evolutionary Research: Intro to RSABG & CUC
TextbookTextbook
Lucinda McDade TueThu 2:00PM -
3:50PM
RSABG West Classroom This course provides an introduction to the RSABG/CGU graduate program in Botany. Items to be covere more »

BOT
370 1026 1 4   Quantitative Phylogenetics
TextbookTextbook
J. Mark Porter TueThu 11:00AM -
11:50AM
RSABG East Classroom This course is primarily an introduction to "tree thinking" from a biological, logical and philosoph more »

BOT
400M 1027 1 0   Continuous Registration (MS Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

BOT
401 1028 1 1   Seminar Series
TextbookTextbook
Lucinda McDade 4:00PM -
4:50PM
RSABG East Classroom Students enrich their educational program by actively participating in a semester-long series of sem more »

BOT
410 1029 1 1   Evolution of Development in Plants
TextbookTextbook
Travis Columbus Wed 11:00AM -
11:50AM
RSABG West Classroom The methods for studying plant evolutionary development will be discussed along with current evo-dev more »

BOT
412 1462 1 1   Special Topics in Plant Systematics: Readings in Phylogenetics
TextbookTextbook
Travis Columbus  -
RSABG East Classroom Review and discussion of phylogenetics based on the current literature. more »

BOT
499 1033 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

CGH
300 1360 1 4   Theoretical Foundations in Health Promotion & Education
TextbookTextbook
Alan Stacy, Susan Ames Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 16 This course provides an opportunity for students to explore the theoretical issues and current metho more »

CGH
300C 1361 1 4   Theoretical Foundations in Health Promotion & Education
TextbookTextbook
Alan Stacy, Susan Ames Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 16 This course provides an opportunity for students to explore the theoretical issues and current metho more »

CGH
301 1363 1 4   Biostatistics
TextbookTextbook
Bin Xie Fri 1:00PM -
4:50PM
Academic Computing 126 Students are trained in the most commonly used statistical methods in clinical and experimental rese more »

CGH
301C 1364 1 4   Biostatistics
TextbookTextbook
Bin Xie Fri 1:00PM -
4:50PM
Academic Computing 126 Students are trained in the most commonly used statistical methods in clinical and experimental rese more »

CGH
302 1365 1 4   Epidemiology
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Gatto Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 214 This course provides an overview of the causes, distribution, and control of disease in populations. more »

CGH
302C 1366 1 4   Epidemiology
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Gatto Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 214 This course provides an overview of the causes, distribution, and control of disease in populations. more »

CGH
305 1259 1 2 - 4   Seminar in Grant Writing & Proposal Development
TextbookTextbook
Kim Reynolds Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 26 The goal of this course is to provide students completing their field training an opportunity to enh more »

CGH
306 1260 1 4   Supervised Field Training in Public Health
TextbookTextbook
Darleen Peterson  -
No Room Needed The goal of the supervised field training course is to enrich students' educational training in publ more »

CGH
307 1262 1 0 - 2   Public Health Capstone
TextbookTextbook
Sondos Islam  -
No Room Needed The Public Health Capstone is the culminating experience for the MPH degree. Through this experienc more »

CGH
309 1263 1 4   Monitoring & Evaluation of Global Public Health Programs
TextbookTextbook
Leslie Fierro Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 108 This course introduces students to the language and theory of program evaluation to undertake their more »

CGH
310 1265 1 4   Global Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach
TextbookTextbook
Paula Palmer Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Stauffer 106 This course provides an interdisciplinary approach to understanding key public health challenges tha more »

CGH
314 1267 1 4   Emerging Chronic & Infectious Diseases Worldwide
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Gatto Thu 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 24 This course provides an overview of the causative factors and demographic distribution of the major more »

CGH
315 1268 1 4   Applied Geospatial Epidemiology
TextbookTextbook
Recinda Sherman Mon 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 126 This course is an introduction to the core methods and applications of geospatial epidemiology, with more »

CGH
316 1269 1 4   Public Health Leadership
TextbookTextbook
Jay Orr Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 119 This course focuses on the knowledge, skills and practical tools needed to direct organizations to s more »

CGH
317 1270 1 4   Ethics, Human Rights & Cultural Diversity
TextbookTextbook
Paula Palmer Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 22 This course explores ethical principles in the distribution of health resources, the conduct of glob more »

CGH
400 1272 1 4   Advanced Theoretical Foundations in Health Education & Promotion
TextbookTextbook
Jennifer Wortham Mon 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 22 This course provides detailed coverage of theories in Health Promotion Sciences and expands on the e more »

CGH
400M 1271 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

CGH
401A 1273 1 4   Advanced Statistical Methods I
TextbookTextbook
Bin Xie Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 119 This course is designed for graduate students in public health to learn multivariable statistical te more »

CGH
403 1274 1 4   Manuscript Development
TextbookTextbook
Carl Johnson  -
No Room Needed This course guides students through the process of writing a manuscript for publication in a peer-re more »

CGH
403 1574 2 4   Manuscript Development
TextbookTextbook
Paula Palmer  -
No Room Needed This course guides students through the process of writing a manuscript for publication in a peer-re more »

CGH
406 1275 1 0   Advanced Practicum in Public Health
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Gatto  -
No Room Needed The goal of the advanced doctoral practicum in public health is to provide an opportunity for doctor more »

CGH
407A 1458 1 0   Advanced Integrative Practicum in Public Health (Colloquia)
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Gatto  -
No Room Needed The advanced integrative practicum in public health is comprised of three incremental practice exper more »

CGH
407B 1459 1 0   Advanced Integrative Practicum in Public Health (Seminars)
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Gatto Wed 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Harper 2 The advanced integrative practicum in public health is comprised of three incremental practice exper more »

CGH
407C 1460 1 0   Advanced Integrative Practicum in Public Health (Project)
TextbookTextbook
Nicole Gatto  -
No Room Needed The advanced integrative practicum in public health is comprised of three incremental practice exper more »

CGH
499 1276 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

CLST
317 1194 1 4   Mapping Latino/a/x Studies
TextbookTextbook
David Luis-Brown Wed 9:00AM -
11:50AM
IAC Library How have Latinxs transformed the fabric of the United States? Moving through a series of case studi more »

CLST
320 1502 1 4   Introduction to the Ethics of Cultural Studies
TextbookTextbook
Darrell Moore Thu 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Harper 2 In "Introduction" to Keywords: A Vocabulary of Culture and Society Raymond Williams writes the follo more »

CLST
337 1191 1 4   Cultural Studies, Activism and Social Change
TextbookTextbook
Eve Oishi Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McManus 31 This course introduces students to some of the theoretical writings in Cultural Studies that ground more »

CLST
354 1195 1 4   The History and Theory of Museums
TextbookTextbook
Joshua Goode Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McManus 35 This course examines the history and theory of museums as repositories and creators of knowledge, me more »

CLST
400M 1393 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

CLST
477 1192 1 4   Film Theory and Criticism
TextbookTextbook
Eve Oishi Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McManus 33 The first examples of film theory and criticism date back to the first cinematic texts produced, and more »

CLST
499 1392 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

ECON
301 1289 1 4   Applications of Behavioral Game Theory & Finance
TextbookTextbook
Claudia Monica Capra Seoane TueThu 10:00AM -
11:30AM
McManus 33 This course considers how recent developments at the intersections of economics, finance, psychology more »

ECON
302 1295 1 4   Macroeconomic Analysis
TextbookTextbook
John Rutledge Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Stauffer 110 The course discusses the potential causes of short-run fluctuations in output and employment. It exa more »

ECON
313 1280 1 4   Microeconomic Analysis
TextbookTextbook
Saman Olfati Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
McManus 31 This course presents the neoclassical theory of welfare economics, demand, cost, the firm, and compe more »

ECON
316 1288 1 4   Consumer Theory and General Equilibrium
TextbookTextbook
Joshua Tasoff TueThu 10:30AM -
12:00PM
Stauffer 106 A modern mathematical treatment of consumer demand, theory of the firm, markets, welfare optimizatio more »

ECON
318 1292 1 4   Foundations of Psychology & Economics
TextbookTextbook
Joshua Tasoff TueThu 4:00PM -
5:30PM
Harper 61 This course presents psychological and experimental economics research demonstrating departures from more »

ECON
322 1294 1 2   Behavioral Economics & Institutions Seminar
TextbookTextbook
Joshua Tasoff Thu 12:00PM -
1:30PM
Harper 61 This seminar series will feature distinguished guest speakers who present their recent research usin more »

ECON
350 1293 1 4   Global Money & Finance
TextbookTextbook
Graham Bird Wed 9:00AM -
11:50AM
McManus 33 Survey of international monetary and financial analysis. Topics include balance of payments and exch more »

ECON
375 1278 1 4   Behavioral Public Economics
TextbookTextbook
Thomas Kniesner Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Harper 1 The course is a graduate level course covering the neoclassical and behavioral economic tools and fi more »

ECON
381 1290 1 4   Probability & Statistics for Econometrics
TextbookTextbook
Pierangelo De Pace Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Stauffer 106 This course covers probability and statistics. Topics include the fundamental concepts of probabilit more »

ECON
383 1291 1 4   Econometrics II
TextbookTextbook
Quinn Keefer, Galib Rustamov Fri 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Stauffer 110 Topics in econometrics, including large sample theory, stochastic regressors, measurement error, mis more »

ECON
400M 1394 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

ECON
499 1395 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

EDUC
PCU326 1181 1 0   TEA Methods English
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Mon 3:30PM -
5:30PM
Albrecht Auditorium Class meets Mon 9/18 (3:30pm-5:30pm), Wed 9/20 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Fri 9/22 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Wed 9/27 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Fri 9/29 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Wed 10/04 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Wed 10/11 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Wed 10/18 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Fri 10/20 (1:30pm-4:30pm), Mon 1 TEA Methods English. PCU. Candidates in this class will explore the meaning of disciplinary literacy more »

EDUC
PCU331 1180 1 0   TEA Technology
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Sat 11:00AM -
4:30PM
Harper, Board of Trustees Rm Class meets Sat 9/16 (11am-4:30pm), Mon 9/18 (9am-12pm), Tues 9/19 (9am-12pm), Thur 9/21 (9am-12pm), Sat 9/23 (8:30am-10:30pm), Thur 9/28 (9am-12pm), Sat 9/30 (8:30am-10:30am), Thur 10/12 (9am-12pm), Fri 10/13 (9am-12pm), Sat 10/14 9am-12pm), Wed 10/18 (9 TEA Technology. PCU. The course will examine the role of computers and other emergent technologies i more »

EDUC
PCU350 1178 1 0   TEA Teach Learn Cultural Contexts
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Mon 12:00PM -
2:30PM
Stauffer 106 Class meets Mon 9/18 (12pm-2:30pm), Wed 9/20 (9am-12pm), Fri 9/22 (9am-12pm), Wed 9/27 (9am-12pm), Fri 9/29 (9am-12pm), Wed 10/04 (9am-12pm), Wed 10/11 (9am-12pm), Fri 10/20 (9am-12pm), Mon 10/23 (9am-12pm), Wed 10/25 (9am-12pm) TEA Teach Learn Cultural Contexts. PCU. This course seeks to critically examine multicultural issues more »

EDUC
PCU353 1204 1 0   TEA Methods Social Studies
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Wed 1:30PM -
4:30PM
Burkle 12 Class meets Mon 10/23. Wed 9/20, 9/27, 10/04, 10/11, 10/18. Fri 9/22, 9/29, 10/20, 10/25 TEA Methods Social Studies. PCU. This course introduces middle and high school social science candid more »

EDUC
PCU388 1203 1 0   TEA Cultural Presentations
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Wed 12:15PM -
1:15PM
Burkle 12 Class meets Wed 9/20 (12:15pm-1:15pm), Thurs 9/21 (12pm-12:30pm), Wed 9/27 (12:15pm-1:15pm), Thurs 9/28 (12pm-12:30pm), Wed 10/04 (12pm-12:30pm), Wed 10/11 (12:15pm-1:15pm & 7pm-9pm), Thurs 10/12 (12pm-12:30pm), Wed 10/18 (12:15pm-1:15pm), Fri 10/20 (12pm TEA Cultural Presentations. PCU. This course is designed to explore how language and culture impact more »

EDUC
PCUI1 1205 1 6   Clinical Induction. General Education I
TextbookTextbook
Danielle Centeno  -
No Room Needed This class is for General Education teachers in the first term of CGU's Induction Program. This cli more »

EDUC
PCUI2S 1182 1 6   Clinical Induction - SPED II
TextbookTextbook
Danielle Centeno  -
No Room Needed This class is for Education Specialists in the first term of CGU's Induction Program. This clinical more »

EDUC
170G 1163 1 4   Introduction to Public School Teaching
TextbookTextbook
Rebecca S Hatkoff Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Stauffer 106 This course examines the foundations of teaching and learning in public schools from various perspec more »

EDUC
301AII 1526 1 2 M1 Pre-Teaching Exp. MtplSub II
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores MonTueWedThuFri 7:30AM -
5:00PM
No Room Needed This course is a follow up to EDUC 301A for students who need to repeat it in order to demonstrate p more »

EDUC
303 1169 1 2   Teach Learn Process 2 Multiple Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores Sat 8:30AM -
3:30PM
McManus 35 Class meets Saturdays 8/19, 8/19, 8/09, 9/23, 12/02, 12/09 The second in a four-part series, this course is designed to prepare students for working within the more »

EDUC
303A 1175 1 2   Internship Teaching 1. Multiple Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in area schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 303A (for in more »

EDUC
303ASM 1187 1 2   Internship Teaching 1. Special Education Mild/Moderate
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in area schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 303A (for in more »

EDUC
303ASS 1188 1 2   Internship Teaching 1. Special Education Moderate/Severe
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in area schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 303A (for in more »

EDUC
303B 1176 1 0   Student Teaching 1. Multiple Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This clinical class is designed to give students who aren't yet eligible for an "internship" or a "r more »

EDUC
303BSM 1189 1 0   Student Teaching 1. Special Education Mild/Moderate
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This clinical class is designed to give students who aren't yet eligible for an "internship" or a "r more »

EDUC
303C 1177 1 2   Residency Teaching 1. Multiple Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 303A (for interns more »

EDUC
303CSM 1167 1 2   Residency Teaching 1. Special Education Mild/Moderate
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in area schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 303A (for in more »

EDUC
303CSS 1168 1 2   Residency Teaching 1. Special Education Moderate/Severe
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in area schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 303A (for in more »

EDUC
303S 1170 1 2   Teach Learn Process 2 Special Education
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson Sat 8:30AM -
3:30PM
Stauffer 110 The second in a four-part series, this course is designed to prepare students for working within the more »

EDUC
304 1171 1 2   Teach Learn Process 2 Single Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores Sat 8:30AM -
3:30PM
Academic Computing 108 Class meets Saturdays 8/19, 8/26, 9/09, 9/23, 12/02, 12/09 The second in a four-part series, this course is designed to prepare students for working within the more »

EDUC
304A 1164 1 2   Internship Teaching 1. Single Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 304A (for interns more »

EDUC
304B 1165 1 0   Student Teaching 1. Single Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This clinical class is designed to give students who aren't yet eligible for an "internship" or a "r more »

EDUC
304C 1166 1 2   Residency Teaching 1. Single Subject
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This class is for candidates working in schools as "interns" or "residents." EDUC 304A (for interns more »

EDUC
305BSS 1190 1 0   Student Teaching 1: Special Education Moderate/Severe
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This clinical class is designed to give students who aren't yet eligible for an "internship" or a "r more »

EDUC
309SG1 1159 1 2   TLP Part 1. Special Education Adding General Education
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This is the first course of a two course series designed for Education Specialists wanting to add a more »

EDUC
309SG2 1160 1 2   TLP Part 2. Special Education Adding General Education
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores  -
No Room Needed This is the second course of a two course series designed for Education Specialists wanting to add a more »

EDUC
309SM 1161 1 2   TLP for Special Education Moderate/Severe adding Mild/Moderate
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This course is designed for education specialist - moderate/severe credential candidates who have co more »

EDUC
309SS 1162 1 2   TLP for Special Education Mild/Moderate adding Moderate/Severe
TextbookTextbook
Roxanne Watson  -
No Room Needed This course is designed for Education Specialists with a moderate/moderate credential who want to ad more »

EDUC
314 1172 1 2   Differentiated Instruction
TextbookTextbook
Nicolle Flores Sat 8:30AM -
3:30PM
Harper 1 Class meets Saturdays 10/07, 10/21, 11/04, 11/11 Ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners is the foundation of effe more »

EDUC
321 1183 1 4   Strength Based Teaching
TextbookTextbook
Laureen Adams  -
No Room Needed Participants identify their strengths and those of their students to accomplish varied objectives an more »

EDUC
325 1186 1 4   Key Ideas for Novice Teachers
TextbookTextbook
Delacy Ganley MonWed 5:00PM -
7:30PM
Harper 63 This class is designed for teachers in CGU's (Geo-Near) Induction Program. It focuses on issues ty more »

EDUC
366 1173 1 2   Moderate/Severe Special Education Seminar
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Wed 6:00PM -
9:00PM
Academic Computing 106 This course provides special education credential candidates for the Moderate/Severe Emphasis with k more »

EDUC
367 1174 1 2   Mild/Moderate SPED Seminar
TextbookTextbook
Ruth Ojeda Tue 6:00PM -
9:00PM
McManus 35 This seminar is focused on "Case Management and Effective Collaborative Practices in Special Educati more »

EDUC
400E 1520 1 0   Continuous Registration- Teacher Ed Extended
TextbookTextbook
Delacy Ganley  -
No Room Needed This class is designed for students who are at the tail end of their CA Preliminary Teacher Educatio more »

EDUC
400M 1397 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

EDUC
402 1387 1 4   CCSI: Engineering
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Sat 8:30AM -
12:30PM
Academic Computing 119 Class meets Saturdays 8/26, 9/09, 9/23, 10/07, 10/21, 11/04, 11/18, 12/02, 12/16 This class introduces educators to methodologies for solving open-ended and sometimes ill-structured more »

EDUC
419 1465 1 2 M1 The Undocumented Experience: Historical & Contemporary Perspectives
TextbookTextbook
William Perez, Gloria Montiel Thu 5:30PM -
8:30PM
McManus 31 Introduces students to the critical study of U.S. immigration and citizenship by exploring the histo more »

EDUC
420 1466 1 2 M2 Higher Education Access & Professional Experiences for Undocumented Youth
TextbookTextbook
William Perez, Miriam Feldblum Thu 5:30PM -
8:30PM
McManus 31 Examines seminal scholarship on higher education access and workforce transition for undocumented st more »

EDUC
426 1145 1 4   Social Capital, Cultural Capital, & Educational Opportunity
TextbookTextbook
William Perez Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McManus 31 This course will focus on the impact of cultural and social capital on educational trajectories. Th more »

EDUC
461 1147 1 4   The College Student Experience
TextbookTextbook
Deborah F Carter Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Stauffer 106 This course focuses on the college student experience and related literature, theory, and research. more »

EDUC
465 1504 1 4   Quantitative Research Methods
TextbookTextbook
June Hilton Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Harper 2 This course is a thorough introduction to the acquisition and analysis of educational research data. more »

EDUC
467 1150 1 4   Applied Multivariate Analysis
TextbookTextbook
David Drew Mon 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McManus 35 This course includes a thorough treatment of the conceptual basis, mathematics, and applications of more »

EDUC
473 1153 1 4   Qualitative Inquiry: Theory, Models & Methods
TextbookTextbook
Claudia Bermudez Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 214 The purpose of this seminar is to become familiar with the theoretical perspectives and purposes tha more »

EDUC
499 1396 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

EDUC
537 1419 1 4   Educational Leadership: Theory and Practice
TextbookTextbook
Adam Sawyer Sat 10:00AM -
3:50PM
Reef 771-2 (1933 S Broadwy LA) Class meets Sat 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, 12/9. The history of modern thought about leadership is one of debate about the most effective ways of inf more »

EDUC
568 1503 1 4   Methodologies for Education Research
TextbookTextbook
Rebecca Eddy Fri 5:00PM -
7:50PM
Academic Computing 119 This course will provide students with an overview of social science research methods amenable to qu more »

EDUC
580A 1151 1 2   Proseminar for Doctoral Study
TextbookTextbook
Thomas Luschei Thu 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 214 Class meets Thursdays 8/31, 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/16, 11/30, 12/14 The seminar will provide an introduction to the work and thought of School of Educational Studies fa more »

EDUC
580B 1152 1 2   Capstone for Doctoral Research
TextbookTextbook
David Drew Mon 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Stauffer 110 Class meets Mondays 8/28, 9/11, 9/25, 10/09, 10/23, 11/06, 11/20, 12/04 This course is primarily designed to prepare doctoral students for the process of writing their rese more »

EDUC
581 1154 1 4   Education of Immigrant Youth: Psychological Perspectives
TextbookTextbook
William Perez Wed 7:00PM -
9:50PM
McManus 33 This course examines the current status of immigrant students in elementary and secondary schools in more »

EDUC
621 1156 1 4   Educational Policy for School Leaders
TextbookTextbook
Kyo Yamashiro Fri 4:00PM -
9:50PM
Reef 770 (1933 S Broadway, LA) Class meets Fridays 9/08, 9/22, 10/06, 10/20, 11/03, 11/17, 12/08 This seminar is designed to ensure students become educated consumers of a variety of education poli more »

EDUC
657 1157 1 4   Access & Equity in Higher Education
TextbookTextbook
Deborah F Carter Mon 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 119 This course is designed to introduce individuals to the research, theoretical, and practical issues more »

EDUC
689 1158 1 4   Education Across the Americas: Cross-national Educational Trends and Issues
TextbookTextbook
Thomas Luschei Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 108 This course draws on theory and evidence in international comparative education to explore common ed more »

ENGLISH
334 1198 1 4   Blake to Beckett: A Survey of British Literature from the 1800s to the 1950s
TextbookTextbook
Eric Bulson Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
IAC Library This course focuses on British literature produced between the periods known as Romanticism and Late more »

ENGLISH
345 1199 1 4   American Classics from the Puritans to the Present
TextbookTextbook
Wendy Martin Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Blaisdell 7 We will read poetry, novels, short stories, non-fiction prose of American writers like John Winthrop more »

ENGLISH
374 1200 1 4   Comparative Slaveries in the Americas
TextbookTextbook
David Luis-Brown Thu 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Blaisdell 7 This course focuses on transnational ties among slave regimes in the Americas to make the case that more »

ENGLISH
400M 1398 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

ENGLISH
436 1201 1 4   Visual Storytelling
TextbookTextbook
Eric Bulson Wed 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Blaisdell 7 "Relax, itís just lines on paper, folks." Hereís what the rebel comics artist Robert Crumb had to sa more »

ENGLISH
488 1197 1 4   From Manuscript to Print: Academic Publishing
TextbookTextbook
Wendy Martin Mon 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Blaisdell 7 This seminar is designed to give participants practical, hands-on editorial and production experienc more »

ENGLISH
499 1399 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

FINANENG
335 1116 1 4   Corporate Finance
TextbookTextbook
Ayca Ayca Altintig Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 14 This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of financial decision making, incl more »

FINANENG
373 1120 1 4   Financial Strategy and Valuation
TextbookTextbook
Ayca Ayca Altintig Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 14 This course will investigate the key financial choices of a corporation and their impact on the over more »

FINANENG
391 1122 1 2 M2 Introduction to Risk Management
TextbookTextbook
Arzu Kastal Can Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 26 The course will provide a comprehensive introduction to risk management from the perspective of both more »

FINANENG
400M 1401 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

FINANENG
402 1124 1 4   Asset Management Practicum
TextbookTextbook
Andreas Rauterkus Mon 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 16 Theories of asset management are presented via textbook and other readings, lectures, case studies, more »

FINANENG
475 1126 1 4   Selected Topics in Finance: Fixed Income
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 16 This course introduces the practical, real world approach to bond investing, with detailed presentat more »

FINANENG
499 1400 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

HISTORY
300 1251 1 4   Introduction to Doing History & to Being an Historian
TextbookTextbook
Lori Ferrell Thu 9:00AM -
11:50AM
No Room Needed Class meets in Honnold Library, Third Floor, Room H315 L.P. Hartley's line, that the past is a foreign country, is not just a discomfort to historians; it more »

HISTORY
342 1252 1 4   Studies in Global History: Pacific Worlds
TextbookTextbook
Joanna Poblete Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Blaisdell 7 This course will explore multiple facets of Pacific Islander history ranging from pre-western contac more »

HISTORY
361 1248 1 4   The Global Cold War
TextbookTextbook
Janet Brodie Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Blaisdell 7 The Cold War was a significant part of 20th century U.S. history, but Americans conducted the Cold W more »

HISTORY
368 1249 1 4   Visual Sources for Historical Analysis
TextbookTextbook
Janet Brodie Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Blaisdell 7 In this seminar we will explore and analyze what Americans saw in the world around them. Focused mor more »

HISTORY
378 1376 1 4   Latino/a History
TextbookTextbook
Daniel Ramirez Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Blaisdell 7 This course will trace the long history of Latino/a experience in North America, beginning with the more »

HISTORY
380 1253 1 4   Survey of 19th and 20th Century Europe
TextbookTextbook
Joshua Goode Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McManus 35 In this course, we will focus on the profound political, cultural, intellectual, social and economic more »

HISTORY
382 1255 1 4   U.S. Immigration History
TextbookTextbook
Joanna Poblete Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Harper 1 This course is intended to provide an introduction to the field of U.S. immigration history with an more »

HISTORY
400M 1402 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

HISTORY
499 1403 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

HRM
300 1127 1 4   Principles of HR Management
TextbookTextbook
Ketan Mhatre Mon 7:00PM -
9:50PM
McManus 31 Principles of HR Management is an introductory 4 unit course which explores internal and external is more »

HRM
301 1128 1 2 M1 Overview of Organizational Behavior
TextbookTextbook
Scott Schroeder Fri 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 24 Class meets Fri 9/8 (7-10pm), Sat 9/9 (9am-5pm), Fri 9/29 (7-10pm), Sat 9/30 (9am-5pm) This course helps students understand the ways in which people in organizations are similar to each more »

HRM
324 1129 1 2 M2 Global HR & Diversity
TextbookTextbook
Ketan Mhatre Thu 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 208 Global HR & Diversity covers major cultural differences in values and attitudes which may affect int more »

HRM
325 1130 1 2 M1 Compensation, Benefits & Total Rewards
TextbookTextbook
Ronald Smedley Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
McManus 31 The emphasis for this course will be on the human resource concepts strategies, philosophy, and prac more »

HRM
342 1131 1 2 M1 Job Analysis, Job Design
TextbookTextbook
Ketan Mhatre Wed 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 208 Job analysis and design present theories, empirical research, laws, and policies relating to the des more »

HRM
344 1132 1 2 M2 Performance Management
TextbookTextbook
Jennifer Jaffe Fri 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 24 Class meets Fri 11/17 (7-10pm), Sat 11/18 (9am-5pm), Fri 12/8 (7-10pm), and Sat 12/9 (9am-5pm) Performance Management presents key principles, methods, and techniques for enhancing employee produ more »

HRM
346 1133 1 2 M2 Training & Development
TextbookTextbook
Paola Alvarez Fri 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 24 Class meets Fri 11/3 (7-10pm), Sat 11/4 (9am-5pm), Fri 12/1 (7-10pm), and Sat 12/2 (9am-5pm) Training and Development focuses on methods for using training and development within the organizati more »

HRM
347 1134 1 2 M1 Employee and Labor Relations Management
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Thu 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 208 The focus of this course it to develop a broad knowledge of Labor Relations issues in today's workpl more »

HRM
400M 1404 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

HUM
346 1417 1 4   Text Analysis for Effective Research in the Digital Age
TextbookTextbook
Ashley Sanders Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
No Room Needed Class meets in Claremont Colleges Library's Digital Research Studio. See department for details. This course focuses on text analysis as a digital research methodology. Through weekly hands-on work more »

IFP
201 1490 1 0 M1 Foundations in Graduate Academic Discourse I
TextbookTextbook
Francesca Gacho, Jung-Hsien Lin, Greer Murphy MonWed 10:00AM -
1:00PM
Burkle 22 Class meets Mon and Wed from 10am-1pm, and Tues and Thurs from 4-7pm. This course is exclusively for students in the International Fellows Pathway Certificate Program. Th more »

IFP
202 1491 1 0 M1 Foundations in Graduate Research I
TextbookTextbook
Troy Mikanovich, Greer Murphy MonWed 2:00PM -
5:00PM
Burkle 22 This course is exclusively for students in the International Fellows Pathway Certificate Program. Th more »

IFP
203 1492 1 0 M1 Foundations in Graduate Learning Strategies
TextbookTextbook
Alyssa Krueger, Greer Murphy TueThu 10:00AM -
1:00PM
Burkle 22 This course is exclusively for students in the International Fellows Pathway Certificate Program. Th more »

IFP
204 1489 1 0 M2 Foundations in Graduate Presentation
TextbookTextbook
Greer Murphy Fri 10:00AM -
1:00PM
Burkle 22 This course in exclusively for students in the International Fellows Pathway Certificate Program. Th more »

IFP
251 1486 1 0 M2 Foundations in Graduate Academic Discourse II
TextbookTextbook
Marcus Weakley, Greer Murphy MonTueWedThu 10:00AM -
1:00PM
Burkle 22 This course in exclusively for students in the International Fellows Pathway Certificate Program. Th more »

IFP
252 1487 1 0 M2 Foundations in Graduate Research II
TextbookTextbook
Brittany Merson, Greer Murphy MonWed 2:00PM -
5:00PM
Burkle 22 This course is exclusively for students in the International Fellows Pathway Certificate Program. Th more »

INST
369P 1522 1 4   Political Economy of the Middle East
TextbookTextbook
Sallama Shaker Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 26 The course focuses on analyzing the political economy of the Middle East, North Africa and Gulf coun more »

INST
401 1305 1 4   World Politics
TextbookTextbook
Jacek Kugler Thu 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 24 This core seminar is designed to provide a broad survey of competing perspectives on international r more »

IST
302 1039 1 4   Databases and Big Data
TextbookTextbook
Yan Li Wed 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Academic Computing 214 Covers important concepts and techniques for database design and management emphasizing the relation more »

IST
303 1034 1 4   Software Development and Programming
TextbookTextbook
Terry Ryan Tue 4:00PM -
7:00PM
McManus 33 This course introduces students to modern software development principles and practices. It provides more »

IST
304 1042 1 4   Communications & Networking
TextbookTextbook
Anthony Corso Tue 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Academic Computing 108 Familiarizes the student with the concepts and terminology of data communication, network design, an more »

IST
321 1350 1 4   Delivering Value Through IS&T Leadership
TextbookTextbook
Tamir Bechor Sat 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 16 Class meet Saturdays 9/2, 9/9 (9am-11:50am), 9/23, 10/07, 10/21, 11/04, 11/18, 12/02 (9am-2:30pm), 12/16 (9am-11:50am) The purpose of the course is to introduce students to think strategically' regarding IT-enabled tran more »

IST
322 1351 1 4   Technological Innovation & Entrepreneurship
TextbookTextbook
Xuesong Zhang Sat 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 119 Class meets Saturdays 9/02, 09/09 (1pm-3:50pm), 9/16, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, 12/09 (9am-2:30pm), 12/16 (1pm-3:50pm) Students will learn current technological innovation and key business strategies for Internet entrep more »

IST
341 1056 1 4   CS Insights via Python Programming
TextbookTextbook
Zachary Dodds Sat 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 214 Computational thinking skills are fundamental to Information Science today. IS professionals build s more »

IST
344 1048 1 4   Data Analytics and Information Visualization
TextbookTextbook
Lorne Olfman Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 214 The purpose of this course is to provide students with the opportunity for gaining a deep understand more »

IST
346 1035 1 4   Data warehouse design and implementation for business intelligence
TextbookTextbook
Yan Li Tue 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Academic Computing 119 In this course, we explore important concepts and techniques in the design and implementation of dat more »

IST
370 1043 1 4   Geographic Information Systems: Essential Concepts
TextbookTextbook
Brian Hilton Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 126 This course provides an overview of the theoretical foundations and the applied use of Geographic In more »

IST
372 1038 1 4   Advanced GIS Solution Development
TextbookTextbook
Brian Hilton Mon 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Academic Computing 216 This course focuses on advanced GIS analysis and the development of advanced GIS solutions. more »

IST
377 1496 1 4   GIS Special Topics
TextbookTextbook
Brian Hilton Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 126 The world is becoming more urban every day - two out of three people will live in cities by 2050. T more »

IST
400M 1405 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

IST
499 1406 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

IST
500 1040 1 4   Introduction to IS&T Research
TextbookTextbook
Terry Ryan Thu 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Academic Computing 108 Introduces new doctoral students to the nature of doctoral studies. Introduces the student to conce more »

IST
505 1041 1 4   Design Research: Seminar
TextbookTextbook
Samir Chatterjee Sat 9:00AM -
12:00PM
Academic Computing 208 The course develops skills for implementing and evaluating the techniques and methods that are used more »

IST
507 1036 1 2 - 4   Directed Readings
TextbookTextbook
Mark Pedretti Mon 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Academic Computing 208 Class meets Mondays 8/28, 9/11, 9/25, 10/09, 10/23, 11/06, 11/20, 12/04, 12/18 This course is designed for PhD students to work with their advisors to create an outline for their more »

LANGUAGE
101 1484 1 0   Graduate Writing Course
TextbookTextbook
Alyssa Krueger, Mark Pedretti Tue 4:00PM -
5:50PM
Harper 1 GWC is open to all students, international and American, and prepares you for success in PhD level c more »

MATH
231HM 1244 1 4   Math Analysis I
TextbookTextbook
Bianca Thompson MonWed 11:00AM -
12:15PM
No Room Needed HMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. Countable sets, least upper bounds, and metric space topology including compactness, completeness, c more »

MATH
231PO 1087 1 4   Principles of Real Analysis I
TextbookTextbook
Erica Flapan MonWedFri 11:00AM -
11:50AM
Pomona, Millikan Lab-2141 Pomona class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Countable sets, least upper bounds, and metric space topology including compactness, completeness, c more »

MATH
232HM 1373 1 4   Mathematical Analysis II
TextbookTextbook
Alfonso Castro MonWed 11:00AM -
12:15PM
No Room Needed HMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. A rigorous study of calculus in Euclidean Spaces including multiple Riemann Integrals, derivatives o more »

MATH
235CM 1070 1 4   Complex Analysis
TextbookTextbook
Asuman Aksoy MonWed 1:15PM -
2:30PM
No Room Needed CMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See Math department for meeting location. An introduction to the theory and application of analytic functions of a complex variable. Prerequis more »

MATH
242HM 1369 1 4   Differential Geometry
TextbookTextbook
Weiqing Gu MonWed 1:15PM -
2:30PM
No Room Needed HMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. Curves and surfaces, Gaussian curvature, isometries, tensor analysis, covariant differentiation with more »

MATH
244CM 1069 1 4   Algebraic Topology
TextbookTextbook
Sam Nelson MonWedFri 10:00AM -
10:50AM
No Room Needed CMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See Math department for meeting location. An introduction to algebraic topology. Basics of category theory, simplicial homology and cohomology more »

MATH
251 1072 1 4   Probability
TextbookTextbook
Qidi Peng Fri 9:00AM -
12:00PM
Harper 1 The main elements of probability theory at an intermediate level. Topics include combinatorial analy more »

MATH
251CM 1067 1 4   Probability
TextbookTextbook
Blake Hunter MonWed 11:00AM -
12:15PM
No Room Needed CMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See Math department for meeting location. The main elements of probability theory at an intermediate level. Topics include combinatorial analy more »

MATH
251PO 1089 1 4   Probability
TextbookTextbook
Johanna Hardin MonWedFri 9:00AM -
9:50AM
Pomona, Millikan Lab-2141 Pomona class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms The main elements of probability theory at an intermediate level. Topics include combinatorial analy more »

MATH
252 1074 1 4   Statistical Theory
TextbookTextbook
Andrew Nguyen Fri 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 214 This course will cover in depth the mathematics behind most of the frequently used statistical tools more »

MATH
252PO 1086 1 4   Statistical Theory
TextbookTextbook
Gabriel Chandler TueThu 9:35AM -
10:50AM
Pomona, Millikan Lab-2141 Pomona class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms This course will cover in depth the mathematics behind most of the frequently used statistical tools more »

MATH
254PO 1090 1 4   Computational Statistics
TextbookTextbook
Johanna Hardin MonWed 1:15PM -
2:30PM
Pomona, Millikan Lab-2141 Pomona class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms An introduction to computationally intensive statistical techniques. Topics may include: random vari more »

MATH
256CM 1068 1 4   Stochastic Processes
TextbookTextbook
Mark Huber MonWedFri 10:00AM -
10:50AM
No Room Needed CMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See Math department for meeting location. Continuation of Math 251. Properties of independent and dependent random variables, conditional expe more »

MATH
265HM 1370 1 4   Numerical Analysis
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty MonWed 2:45PM -
4:00PM
No Room Needed HMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. An introduction to the theory and methods for numerical solution of mathematical problems. Core topi more »

MATH
271HM 1371 1 4   Abstract Algebra I
TextbookTextbook
Michael Orrison MonWed 1:15PM -
2:30PM
No Room Needed HMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. Groups, rings, fields and additional topics. Topics in group theory include groups, subgroups, quoti more »

MATH
272CM 1071 1 4   Abstract Algebra II: Galois Theory
TextbookTextbook
Leonid Fukshansky MonWed 2:45PM -
4:00PM
No Room Needed CMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See Math department for meeting location. Topics will be selected from the theories of groups, rings, fields, and modules, with a special emph more »

MATH
274PO 1088 1 4   Abstract Algebra II: Representation Theory
TextbookTextbook
Gizem Karaali TueThu 2:45PM -
4:00PM
Pomona, Millikan Lab-2141 Pomona class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Topics covered will include group rings, characters, orthogonality relations, induced representation more »

MATH
275SC 1500 1 4   Number Theory and Cryptography
TextbookTextbook
Chris Towse MonWed 1:15PM -
2:30PM
Scripps, Balch Hall-218 Scripps class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. Number Theory is often considered one of the most beautiful and elegant topics in mathematics. We wi more »

MATH
280HM 1372 1 4   Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
TextbookTextbook
Alfonso Castro TueThu 1:15PM -
2:30PM
No Room Needed HMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. Classifying PDEs, the method of characteristics, the heat equation, wave equation, and Laplace's equ more »

MATH
287HM 1499 1 4   Operations Research
TextbookTextbook
Susan Martonosi MonWed 2:45PM -
4:00PM
HMC, Shanahan Ctr-3421 HMC class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . See department for meeting location. Linear, integer, non-linear and dynamic programming, classical optimization problems, and network th more »

MATH
288PO 1418 1 4   Topics in Applied Mathematics
TextbookTextbook
Adolfo Rumbos MonWedFri 10:00AM -
10:50AM
Pomona, Millikan Lab-2113 Pomona class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Cutting edge topics in Applied Mathematics that will be of interest to students in a broad range of more »

MATH
293 1073 1 4   Mathematics Clinic
TextbookTextbook
Allon Percus Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Math House-South Class required permission number to enroll. See department for details. The Mathematics Clinic provides applied, real-world research experience. A team of 3-5 students will more »

MATH
294 1082 1 4   Methods of Applied Mathematics
TextbookTextbook
Ali Nadim Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Harper 1 Derivation of classical equations of applied math including quasilinear hyperbolic equations, Laplac more »

MATH
337PO 1091 1 4   Real & Functional Analysis I
TextbookTextbook
Stephan Garcia TueThu 9:35AM -
10:50AM
Pomona, Millikan Lab-2131 Pomona class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Abstract measures, Lebesgue measure on Rn, and Lebesgue-Stieljes measures on R. The Lebesgue integra more »

MATH
354 1085 1 4   Reliability
TextbookTextbook
John Angus Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 106 Structural properties and reliability of complex systems; classes of life distributions based on agi more »

MATH
355 1078 1 4   Linear Statistical Models
TextbookTextbook
John Angus Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McManus 31 A discussion of linear statistical models in both the full and less-than-full rank cases, the Gauss- more »

MATH
358 1075 1 4   Mathematical Finance
TextbookTextbook
Henry Schellhorn TueThu 5:30PM -
6:45PM
Academic Computing 214 This class will cover the theory of option pricing, emphasizing the Black-Scholes model and interest more »

MATH
361A 1076 1 2 M1 Numerical Methods for Finance
TextbookTextbook
Henry Schellhorn TueThu 4:00PM -
5:15PM
McManus 35 This course focuses on pricing derivatives, but some topics of risk management are also covered. Whe more »

MATH
365 1084 1 4   Computational Methods for Molecular Biology
TextbookTextbook
Claudia Rangel Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
No Room Needed This is an ONLINE course, check computer requirements for tools used to set up a virtual classroom. more »

MATH
368 1081 1 4   Numerical Methods for Matrix Computations
TextbookTextbook
Ali Nadim Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Harper 2 This course is an in-depth study of numerical linear algebra and the matrix computations that arise more »

MATH
383 1080 1 4   Matrix Analysis
TextbookTextbook
Marina Chugunova Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
McManus 31 Topics covered will include: vector and matrix norms; Hilbert space; spectrum and eigenvalues; unita more »

MATH
387 1083 1 4   Discrete Mathematical Modeling
TextbookTextbook
Allon Percus Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Stauffer 110 Discrete mathematics deals with countable quantities. The techniques used for discrete models often more »

MATH
389I 1179 1 4   Advanced Topics in Mathematics: Stochastic Partial Differential Equations (SPDE)
TextbookTextbook
Henry Schellhorn Mon 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McManus 31 Course begins with a brief review of ordinary stochastic differential equations (SDE) at the level o more »

MATH
400M 1408 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

MATH
458A 1079 1 2 M2 Quantitative Risk Management
TextbookTextbook
Kenneth Abbott FriSat  -
McManus 31 Students enrolling in this class will be notified of specific meeting days and time by Financial Engineering staff. See department for details. This course will focus on the calculation of Value-at-Risk, risk theory, and extreme value theory. W more »

MATH
458B 1077 1 2 M2 Optimal Portfolio Theory
TextbookTextbook
Henry Schellhorn TueThu 4:00PM -
5:15PM
McManus 31 This course will touch briefly on the (one-period) CAPM. Then we will move to the dynamic CAPM (Mert more »

MATH
499 1407 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

MGT
145Y 1524 1 0   English for Organizational Behavior
TextbookTextbook
Greer Murphy Tue 9:00AM -
12:00PM
Academic Computing 108 Class meets on Tuesday - 9/12, 9/26, 10/03, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/14 This course is exclusively for graduates of the International Fellows Program who are currently enro more »

MGT
306 1092 1 4   Business Analytics
TextbookTextbook
Roberto Pedace Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 14 This course is designed to provide an introduction to statistical methods useful for analyzing data, more »

MGT
306 1093 2 4   Business Analytics
TextbookTextbook
Roberto Pedace Wed 1:00PM -
3:30PM
Burkle 14 This course is designed to provide an introduction to statistical methods useful for analyzing data, more »

MGT
324 1094 1 4   Marketing Research
TextbookTextbook
Jason Siegel Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 26 The aim of this course is to introduce students to the design and implementation of marketing resear more »

MGT
326 1095 1 4   Financial Accounting
TextbookTextbook
James Wallace Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 14 The goal of this course is to enable the student to appreciate and understand financial accounting-t more »

MGT
326 1096 2 4   Financial Accounting
TextbookTextbook
James Wallace Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 12 The goal of this course is to enable the student to appreciate and understand financial accounting-t more »

MGT
331 1097 1 2 M2 Strategic Brand Management
TextbookTextbook
Astrid Keel Sat 9:00AM -
5:00PM
Burkle 22 This course on Brand Management addresses important branding decisions faced by organizations. The more »

MGT
335 1115 1 4   Corporate Finance
TextbookTextbook
Ayca Ayca Altintig Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 14 This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of financial decision making, incl more »

MGT
340 1098 1 4   Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Jonathan Jaffee Mon 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 12 The focus of this course is on how general managers enhance and sustain business performance. The co more »

MGT
340 1099 2 4   Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Hideki Yamawaki Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 14 The focus of this course is on how general managers enhance and sustain business performance. The co more »

MGT
342 1100 1 4   Managing the Creative Economy
TextbookTextbook
Vijay Sathe Wed 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 14 This course is for Drucker MBA students who are interested not only in "the creative industries" but more »

MGT
345 1101 1 4   Organizational Behavior
TextbookTextbook
Katharina Pick Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 16 The purpose of this course is to provide students with a foundation of the fundamental skills they w more »

MGT
345 1102 2 4   Organizational Behavior
TextbookTextbook
Katharina Pick Thu 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 12 The purpose of this course is to provide students with a foundation of the fundamental skills they w more »

MGT
358 1109 1 4   Negotiations & Conflict Resolution
TextbookTextbook
Dana Sherman Tue 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 26 The course will provide students in engineering, the sciences, technology development, business mana more »

MGT
362 1104 1 4   Revitalization
TextbookTextbook
Vijay Sathe Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 14 This course develops the concepts, techniques, skills and attitudes required to revitalize both the more »

MGT
367 1117 1 4   Leadership for the 21st Century
TextbookTextbook
Jean Lipman-Blumen Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 22 The demands of the 21st century will require new forms of leadership. The purpose of this course is more »

MGT
368 1105 1 2 M1 Women in Business
TextbookTextbook
Katharina Pick Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 14 The aim of this course is to provide information and insights to students interested in the intersec more »

MGT
373 1119 1 4   Financial Strategy and Valuation
TextbookTextbook
Ayca Ayca Altintig Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 14 This course will investigate the key financial choices of a corporation and their impact on the over more »

MGT
380A 1106 1 2 M1 Drucker Practice of Management
TextbookTextbook
Bernard Jaworski Fri 9:00AM -
5:00PM
Burkle 16 Class meets 9am-5pm Fri 8/25, Sat 8/26, and Sat 9/30 This course focuses on self-management, professionalization, written communication, and critical thi more »

MGT
380B 1107 1 2 M1 Drucker Practice of Management-Self to Society
TextbookTextbook
Hovig Tchalian Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 16 This course focuses on team management-teamwork (including in-depth research, strategic/creative thi more »

MGT
380B 1108 2 2 M1 Drucker Practice of Management-Self to Society
TextbookTextbook
Hovig Tchalian Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 16 This course focuses on team management-teamwork (including in-depth research, strategic/creative thi more »

MGT
383 1110 1 2 M2 Economics of Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 16 This class uses the business-related tenets of economics (old and new) to generate a modern, consist more »

MGT
383 1111 2 2 M2 Economics of Strategy
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 16 This class uses the business-related tenets of economics (old and new) to generate a modern, consist more »

MGT
391 1121 1 2 M2 Introduction to Risk Management
TextbookTextbook
Arzu Kastal Can Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 26 The course will provide a comprehensive introduction to risk management from the perspective of both more »

MGT
400M 1409 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

MGT
402 1123 1 4   Asset Management Practicum
TextbookTextbook
Andreas Rauterkus Mon 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 16 Theories of asset management are presented via textbook and other readings, lectures, case studies, more »

MGT
408 1112 1 2 M1 The Art & Science of Project Management
TextbookTextbook
Karen Higgins Mon 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 26 This course takes a holistic or system view of projects. It provides a basic understanding of projec more »

MGT
409 1114 1 2 M2 Systems Thinking
TextbookTextbook
Karen Higgins Mon 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 26 This course exposes students to systems thinking and develops their capacities to analyze complex pr more »

MGT
475 1125 1 4   Selected Topics in Finance: Fixed Income & Other Investments
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 16 This class will discuss the pricing theories, investing concepts and institutions of bonds and relat more »

MGT
488 1113 1 4   The Practice of Self Management
TextbookTextbook
Jeremy Hunter Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 22 The Practice of Self-Management systematically develops skills that lead to personal and professiona more »

MGT
499 1410 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

MGT
511 1136 1 4   Financial Accounting
TextbookTextbook
James Wallace Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 12 The goal of this course is to enable the student to appreciate and understand financial accounting-t more »

MGT
512 1137 1 4   Corporate Finance
TextbookTextbook
Jay Prag Wed 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 16 This course explores the fundamental nature of the corporate finance function and the conceptual and more »

MGT
537A 1356 1 2 M1 The Executive Mind I: The Power of Attention
TextbookTextbook
Jeremy Hunter Tue 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 24 Self-Management is the missing link in managerial education. We train managers to manage everthing more »

MGT
537B 1423 1 2 M2 The Executive Mind II: Mastering Reaction
TextbookTextbook
Jeremy Hunter Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Burkle 24 Managers are trained to manage everything but themselves. This class is designed to fill this gap i more »

MGT
713 1118 1 4   Leadership in the 21st Century: A Paradigm Shift for a Global Environment
TextbookTextbook
Jean Lipman-Blumen Thu 7:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 22 The course takes a transdisciplinary approach, integrating concepts and models from psychology, soci more »

MGT
725 1355 1 2 M2 Applied Human Capital Processes and Systems
TextbookTextbook
Deborah Olson Fri 6:00PM -
9:00PM
Burkle 26 Class meets Fri 11/3 (6-9pm), Sat 11/18 (9am-5pm), Fri 12/1 (6-9pm), Sat 12/2 (1-4pm), and Sat 12/9 (6-9pm).

MGT
726 1352 1 2   Creating Effective Organizations
TextbookTextbook
Jonathan Jaffee Fri 6:00PM -
9:00PM
Burkle 12 This course examines how managers can create more effective organizations. We focus on the following more »

MGT
743 1135 1 2 M1 Great Books of Drucker
TextbookTextbook
Bernard Jaworski Fri 6:00PM -
10:00PM
Burkle 12 Class meets Friday 9/22 and Saturday 9/23, 10/07 This course focuses on the life work and key principles of Peter F. Drucker. Since it is impossible more »

MGT
800 1568 1 8   Drucker Pathway
TextbookTextbook
Jenny Darroch  -
No Room Needed Prerequisite: successful completion of California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute This capstone course allows participants in the California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Instit more »

MUSIC
231 1451 1 2 - 4   Clarinet
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David Howard  -
No Room Needed

MUSIC
233 1010 1 2 - 4   Flute
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John Barcellona  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the studentís aca more »

MUSIC
234 1011 1 2 - 4   Guitar
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Jack Sanders  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
236 1012 1 2 - 4   Harpsichord
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Robert Zappulla  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
237RP 1424 1 2   Recital Preparation- Harpsichord
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Robert Zappulla  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. Individual harpsichord lessons in preparation for student recital. Students receive 14 hours of less more »

MUSIC
239 1453 1 2 - 4   Baroque Cello
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Marek Szpakiewicz  -
No Room Needed Individual instruction in performing the cello in the style of the baroque period. more »

MUSIC
240 1013 1 2 - 4   Organ
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Carey Robertson  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
241 1014 1 2 - 4   Piano
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Nadia Shpachenko-Gottesman  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
241 1015 2 2 - 4   Piano
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Jenny Soonjin Kim  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
241 1016 3 2 - 4   Piano
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Grace Fong  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
241 1473 4 2 - 4   Piano
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Gayle Blankenburg  -
No Room Needed This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
248 1017 1 2 - 4   Violin
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Chan Ho Yun  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
249 1018 1 2 - 4   Violoncello
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Marek Szpakiewicz  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
250 1019 1 2 - 4   Voice
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Carol Lisek  -
No Room Needed This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
250 1020 2 2 - 4   Voice
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Camelia Voin  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
250 1452 3 2 - 4   Voice
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Charles Roe  -
No Room Needed This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
251 1021 1 2 - 4   Conducting
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Stephen Gothold  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
259 1022 1 2 - 4   Fortepiano
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Jenny Soonjin Kim  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
260RP 1439 1 2   Fortepiano - Recital Preparation
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Jenny Soonjin Kim  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. Individual fortepiano lessons in preparation for student recital. Students receive 14 hours of lesso more »

MUSIC
270 1004 1 4   Keyboard Performance Forum
TextbookTextbook
Jenny Soonjin Kim Fri 10:00AM -
12:50PM
Stauffer 10 This course is essentially a playing/master class open to all students enrolled in keyboard performa more »

MUSIC
271 1023 1 1 - 4   Chamber Music
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Grace Fong  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This course offers chamber music instruction for strings and piano under faculty guidance. Each ense more »

MUSIC
281RP 1440 1 2 - 4   Piano - Recital Preparation
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Jenny Soonjin Kim  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the studentís aca more »

MUSIC
293 1024 1 2 - 4   Composition
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Edward Zeliff  -
No Room Needed Department consent required. See department for details. This class is taught as an individual lesson. Special arrangements must be made by the student's aca more »

MUSIC
301A 1006 1 4   Music Literature & Historical Styles Analysis
TextbookTextbook
Nancy Van Deusen Mon 1:00PM -
4:00PM
Stauffer 10 Department consent required. See department for details. Designed to provide an overview of music literature from the Middle Ages to the mid-twentieth centur more »

MUSIC
302 1005 1 4   Music Research Methodology & Bibliography
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Holly Gardinier Tue 6:00PM -
8:50PM
No Room Needed Department consent required. Class meets in the Honnold/Mudd Library. This course introduces the many types of electronic and print bibliographic tools needed to pursue r more »

MUSIC
308B 1002 1 4   History & Literature of the Keyboard II
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Robert Zappulla Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Stauffer 110

MUSIC
325 1003 1 4   The Cantatas of J.S. Bach
TextbookTextbook
Robert Zappulla Mon 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Stauffer 110 Presentations and discussions relating to Bachís cantatas encompassing musical analysis, historical more »

MUSIC
400M 1008 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
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. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

MUSIC
401 1007 1 4   Music in the Middle Ages
TextbookTextbook
Nancy Van Deusen Wed 1:00PM -
4:00PM
Stauffer 10 Department consent required. See department for details.

MUSIC
499 1009 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
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. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

PFF
520 1420 1 0   Teaching Philosophy and Course Design in Higher Education
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 26 This intensive, graduate seminar helps you discover and sharpen your identity, values, and principle more »

PFF
521 1422 1 0   Applied Pedagogy: PFF Practicum and Portfolio
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. Faculty Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Treanor Room (Harper 55) In this project-based course, you work independently with the guidance of a PFF Fellow to complete t more »

PFF
531 1421 1 0   Teaching & Learning in Higher Education
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. Faculty Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Harper 63 This intensive, graduate seminar prepares you to effectively lead college age students in learning. more »

PHIL
31PO 1425 1 4   Ethical Theory: Ancient-Early Modern
TextbookTextbook
Julie Tannenbaum TueThu 2:45PM -
4:00PM
Pomona, Pearsons Hall-203 Pomona class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. Introduction to ethical theory through the major writings more »

PHIL
71PO 1426 1 4   History of Aesthetics
TextbookTextbook
Peter Thielke TueThu 9:35AM -
10:50AM
Pomona, Pearsons Hall-101 Pomona class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. A survey of various aesthetic theories, from antiquity to more »

PHIL
200ACM 1427 1 4   Classical Philosophy
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Suzanne Obdrzalek MonWed 2:45PM -
4:00PM
CMC, Kravis Center-167 CMC class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. This course introduces students to some of the earliest, more »

PHIL
204PO 1428 1 4   Philosophy of Science: Topical Survey
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John Dougherty MonWed 1:15PM -
2:30PM
Pomona, Pearsons Hall-202 Pomona class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. Philosophy of Science: Topical Survey. Introduction to a more »

PHIL
206CM 1429 1 4   Kant
TextbookTextbook
James Kreines MonWed 11:00AM -
12:15PM
CMC, Kravis Center-LC61 CMC class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. This course examines the philosophy of Kant. We pay speci more »

PHIL
222HM 1430 1 4   Ethics: Ancient and Modern
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Darryl Wright MonWed 2:45PM -
4:00PM
HMC, Shanahan Ctr-2465 HMC class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. A comparative study of the theories of several major mora more »

PHIL
234CM 1431 1 4   Experience
TextbookTextbook
Amy Kind MonWed 9:35AM -
10:50AM
CMC, Kravis Center-109 CMC class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. This course covers special topics in metaphysics and epis more »

PHIL
285NPZ 1434 1 4   Topics in Neurophilosophy
TextbookTextbook
Brian Keeley, Dion Scott-Kakures Wed 2:45PM -
5:35PM
Pitzer, Broad Hall-208 Pitzer class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. This course is an examination of selected issues at the i more »

PHIL
286HPO 1433 1 4   Hegel and Schopenhauer
TextbookTextbook
Peter Thielke TueThu 2:45PM -
4:00PM
Pomona, Pearsons Hall-003 Pomona class. See Dr. Yamada in CGU Philosophy department for approval. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Restricted to Philosophy MA students only. Topics in History of Modern. An examination of issues cen more »

PHIL
368 1257 1 4   Topics in Ancient Philosophy: Plato
TextbookTextbook
Charles Young Mon 10:00AM -
12:50PM
Treanor Room (Harper 55) An exploration of the origins of the ethics and metaphysics of Platoís Republic in the Socratic defi more »

PHIL
392 1446 1 4   Capstone Preparation
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Masahiro Yamada  -
No Room Needed For students planning to work on their MA capstone paper in philosophy. Course not permissible for r more »

PHIL
400M 1412 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

PHIL
499 1411 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

PP
300 1307 1 4   American Politics & Institutions
TextbookTextbook
Jean Reith Schroedel Mon 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McNassor Room (Harper 53) This core course introduces the process and institutions of American governance as understood by con more »

PP
301 1313 1 4   American Political Development
TextbookTextbook
Jean Reith Schroedel Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 208 This course is designed to acquaint students with the fundamental issues of American political devel more »

PP
302 1331 1 4   Political Behavior
TextbookTextbook
Javier Rodriguez Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Treanor Room (Harper 55) This seminar provides a thorough overview of the current research on political behavior. We will sur more »

PP
310 1314 1 4   The Presidency & the Constitution
TextbookTextbook
Joseph Bessette Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 119 This course examines the relationship of the presidency to the American constitutional order. Specif more »

PP
319B 1317 1 4   Special Topics in American Politics: Perspectives on Judicial Power
TextbookTextbook
Michael Uhlmann Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Treanor Room (Harper 55)

PP
330 1316 1 4   Public Policy Process
TextbookTextbook
Heather Campbell Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McManus 33 This core course examines how policy is formed, framed, and filtered in the American Political syste more »

PP
400M 1413 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

PP
450 1306 1 4   Major Works in Political Philosophy
TextbookTextbook
Mark Blitz Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 26 This core course seeks to provide students with a solid foundation in political philosophy through s more »

PP
469D 1312 1 4   Special Topics in Political Philosophy: Rousseau's Emile
TextbookTextbook
James Nichols Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 24

PP
480A 1474 1 2   Math for Political Scientists
TextbookTextbook
Heather Campbell Tue 10:30AM -
12:00PM
McManus 35 PP480A is an introductory mathematics course that provides the essential mathematical tools you will more »

PP
481 1319 1 4   Quantitative Research Methods
TextbookTextbook
Heather Campbell Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 14 This course concentrates on the application of statistical techniques to social and political proble more »

PP
487 1301 1 4   Applied Data Analysis
TextbookTextbook
Mark Abdollahian Tue 7:00PM -
9:50PM
McManus 33 This class is essential to students who want to perform high quality, quantitative research. The cou more »

PP
499 1414 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

PSYCH
302 1339 1 4   Research Methods
TextbookTextbook
William Crano Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 24 This course surveys contemporary research methods in psychology. After a brief introduction to the more »

PSYCH
302A 1337 1 4   Research Methods
TextbookTextbook
Jason Siegel Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 214 This course surveys contemporary research methods in psychology. After a brief introduction to the more »

PSYCH
302A 1386 2 4   Research Methods
TextbookTextbook
Jason Siegel Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Stauffer 106 This course surveys contemporary research methods in psychology. After a brief introduction to the more »

PSYCH
306A 1308 1 2   Directed Res: Evaluation
TextbookTextbook
Tarek Azzam Wed 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 119 All psychology students, during their first two semesters at CGU, will enroll for Directed Research more »

PSYCH
306B 1347 1 2   Directed Research: Social
TextbookTextbook
Michael Hogg Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Harper 1 All psychology students, during their first two semesters at CGU, will enroll for Directed Research more »

PSYCH
306C 1379 1 2   Directed Research: Cognitive
TextbookTextbook
Kathy Pezdek Fri 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 119 Class meets bi-weekly. See department for specific dates. All psychology students, during their first two semesters at CGU, will enroll for Directed Research more »

PSYCH
306D 1311 1 2   Directed Research: Developmental
TextbookTextbook
Kendall Bronk Wed 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Harper 2 All psychology students, during their first two semesters at CGU, will enroll for Directed Research more »

PSYCH
306F 1321 1 2   Directed Research: Organizational Behavior
TextbookTextbook
Rebecca Reichard Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McManus 31 All psychology students, during their first two semesters at CGU, will enroll for Directed Research more »

PSYCH
306H 1328 1 2   Advanced Evaluation Science Practicum
TextbookTextbook
Stewart Donaldson Fri 1:00PM -
2:30PM
No Room Needed This advanced 2 unit course is designed for students who are currently involved in an evaluation pro more »

PSYCH
308A 1342 1 2 M1 Intermediate Statistics
TextbookTextbook
Kathy Pezdek TueThu 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 16 Topics include descriptive techniques, probability theory, basic statistical distributions (binomial more »

PSYCH
308B 1343 1 2 M2 ANOVA
TextbookTextbook
Andrew Conway TueThu 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 16 Topics include basic analysis of variance (ANOVA) designs, nonparametric analysis, log-linear models more »

PSYCH
310 1349 1 4   Teaching Seminar
TextbookTextbook
Mark Costanzo Tue 6:00PM -
9:00PM
Academic Computing 208 This course will emphasize practicing and developing a variety of teaching skills. This course will more »

PSYCH
315EE 1315 1 4   Evaluation Procedures
TextbookTextbook
Tiffany Berry Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 108 Evaluation practice comprises the integration of three facets: (1) program context (e.g., stakeholde more »

PSYCH
315EE 1385 2 4   Evaluation Procedures
TextbookTextbook
Tiffany Berry Wed 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 214 Evaluation practice comprises the integration of three facets: (1) program context (e.g., stakeholde more »

PSYCH
315F 1374 1 2 M1 Factor Analysis
TextbookTextbook
Andrew Conway Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 12 The goal of this course is to introduce the student to applications of factor analysis. The focus o more »

PSYCH
315H 1375 1 2 M2 Structural Equation Modeling
TextbookTextbook
Andrew Conway Mon 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 12 Structural equation modeling is a statistical technique for estimating interrelations in a model con more »

PSYCH
316A 1327 1 2   Advanced Seminar in Evaluation Methods
TextbookTextbook
Michael Scriven, Rebecca Eddy Fri 1:00PM -
2:30PM
No Room Needed In this course, we will examine various evaluation designs, data collection methods, data analysis t more »

PSYCH
317A 1326 1 4   Advanced Seminar in Evaluation Theory, Practice & Research
TextbookTextbook
Stewart Donaldson Fri 10:00AM -
11:30AM
No Room Needed This seminar will provide students with an advanced understanding of the discipline and profession o more »

PSYCH
318 1384 1 4   Overview of Social Psychology
TextbookTextbook
Robin Vallacher Wed 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Harper 1 In this course, I will provide a broad introduction to many of the major themes that characterize to more »

PSYCH
320 1340 1 4   Attitudes & Social Influence
TextbookTextbook
William Crano Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 208 This course is designed to provide a broad introduction to the theories, and the experimental, corre more »

PSYCH
321 1336 1 4   Organizational Theory
TextbookTextbook
Michelle Bligh Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Stauffer 110 Students will read and discuss weekly perspectives represented in classic works on organizations fro more »

PSYCH
321A 1318 1 2   Doctoral Seminar: Organizational Psychology
TextbookTextbook
Jeffrey Yip Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 208 The course will advance student research in organizational psychology from idea conception to public more »

PSYCH
323 1320 1 4   Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
TextbookTextbook
Michael Hogg Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Stauffer 106 This advanced level core course in the social psychology program examines a broad range of topics in more »

PSYCH
326 1324 1 2   Foundations of Evaluation
TextbookTextbook
Leslie Fierro Fri 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 16 Every time we try something new, we often ask ourselves "is it better than similar items? What makes more »

PSYCH
329 1380 1 4   Foundations of Positive Psychology
TextbookTextbook
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Jeanne Nakamura Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 214 A general introduction to the history and intellectual sources of this new field. It will acquaint s more »

PSYCH
350FF 1346 1 4   Health Promotion
TextbookTextbook
Eusebio Alvaro Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 106 This course focuses on message features, modes of delivery, and contexts applicable to behavioral he more »

PSYCH
350JJ 1348 1 2 M2 Leader Development
TextbookTextbook
Rebecca Reichard Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 119

PSYCH
350KK 1341 1 4   Positive Organizational Psychology
TextbookTextbook
Jeffrey Yip Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 108 Positive Organizational Psychology is the study of positive outcomes, processes, and attributes of o more »

PSYCH
350PP 1345 1 2 M1 Positive Leadership
TextbookTextbook
Rebecca Reichard Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 214 In this course, students will explore the topic of leadership through a positive psychological lens. more »

PSYCH
350U 1381 1 4   Applied Cognitive Psychology
TextbookTextbook
Kathy Pezdek Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 208

PSYCH
350V 1383 1 4   Health Behavior Program Development
TextbookTextbook
Eusebio Alvaro Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Treanor Room (Harper 55) This course presents an overview of various health behaviors that can be potentially targeted for ch more »

PSYCH
350X 1338 1 4   Positive Contexts
TextbookTextbook
Kendall Bronk Thu 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 119 Students in this course will gain a deeper understanding of the relatively understudied third pillar more »

PSYCH
350Z 1438 1 4   Dynamic Systems in Organizational Contexts
TextbookTextbook
Robin Vallacher Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McManus 33 The course will introduce recently developed dynamical models of social psychological phenomena at t more »

PSYCH
352L 1329 1 2 M1 Professional Development in Evaluation & Applied Research Methods
TextbookTextbook
Tarek Azzam  -
No Room Needed This class aims to introduce students to a variety of evaluation related topics and issues, with the more »

PSYCH
355 1344 1 4   Intro to Performance Monitoring & Mgmt of Social Programs
TextbookTextbook
Leslie Fierro Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Burkle 24 Frequently in the field of evaluation individuals will refer to "M&E"-the short-form for "monitoring more »

PSYCH
357 1325 1 2 M2 Talent Management
TextbookTextbook
Jeffrey Yip Fri 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 22 How can organizations effectively assess, manage, and develop individual talent? In this course, we more »

PSYCH
400C 1335 1 0   Continuous Certificate Registration
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous registration for Certificate of Advanced Study in Evaluation students. more »

PSYCH
400M 1334 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

PSYCH
413 1323 1 2   Social Identity Research Practicum
TextbookTextbook
Michael Hogg Fri 9:00AM -
11:50AM
Academic Computing 108 This social psychology course focuses on social identity theory, broadly defined. It examines its co more »

PSYCH
415 1382 1 0 - 2   Research Practicum on Applied Memory
TextbookTextbook
Kathy Pezdek Fri 1:30PM -
4:30PM
Academic Computing 119 Class meets bi-weekly. See department for specific dates. The purpose of this practicum is to introduce students to basic and applied research on working memo more »

PSYCH
419 1494 1 2   Research Practicum in Working Memory
TextbookTextbook
Andrew Conway Fri 1:30PM -
4:30PM
Harper 1 The purpose of this practicum is to introduce students to basic and applied research on working memo more »

PSYCH
420 1512 1 2   Research Practicum in Positive Aging
TextbookTextbook
Jeanne Nakamura Thu 3:00PM -
4:00PM
Quality of Life Research Ctr This seminar-style course critically examines methods, research, and theory that will equip students more »

PSYCH
450 1330 1 0 - 4   Field Placement
TextbookTextbook
Tarek Azzam  -
No Room Needed A field placement is a working internship in an organization relevant to students' professional trai more »

PSYCH
499 1332 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
TextbookTextbook
. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

RELCSTH
425TIR 1482 1 4   Comparative Theology and Practices: One World, Many Faiths
TextbookTextbook
Philip Clayton  -
No Room Needed CST class, meets online with 2 meetings by teleconference. See CST Registrar's Office for details. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms . Arguably, no one understands their own faith until they understand at least one other. The rapidly g more »

RELCSTH
436TTH 1442 1 4   Systematic Theology
TextbookTextbook
Roland Faber Wed 8:45PM -
11:35PM
CST, Craig-110 CST class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Theology means "God-Talk." But can we "talk" what must infinitely surpass our understanding? What wo more »

RELCSTH
442TCT 1441 1 4   The Relativity of Religious Truth
TextbookTextbook
Roland Faber Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
CST, Craig-110 CST class. Instructor consent and CGU Registration Form-Claremont Colleges Courses required, located at https://mycampus.cgu.edu/web/registrar/forms Religious Diversity is a fact and a problem. It is a fact of the complex reality of our world and it more »

RELCSTH
469TTH 1529 1 4   Who was Jesus? Christological Reflection
TextbookTextbook
Philip Clayton Tue 6:30PM -
9:20PM
CST, Craig-110 In the New Testament and in the church Jesus has been presented in vastly different ways, from homel more »

RELIGION
304WS 1435 1 4   Introduction to Women's Studies in Religion
TextbookTextbook
Nicola Denzey Lewis Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McNassor Room (Harper 53) This seminar explores the various ways in which religion (i.e. institutionalized social and cultural more »

RELIGION
323 1281 1 4   The Origins and Influences of the Zoroastrian Tradition
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Jennifer Rose Tue 9:00AM -
11:50AM
IAC Library This course examines the background and beginnings of the Zoroastrian religion, then explores its ro more »

RELIGION
342 1436 1 4   Roman Empire / Late Antiquity
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Nicola Denzey Lewis Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Harper 61 This graduate course will use the theoretical work of American historian Robert Orsi and the French more »

RELIGION
362 1377 1 4   Theories of Religion
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Daniel Ramirez Mon 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Treanor Room (Harper 55) What is religion? Does it have an essence: a universal, transhistorical, irreducible quality that ma more »

RELIGION
389 1283 1 4   Coptic Hagiography
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Gawdat Abdel-Sayed Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
IAC Library Coptic hagiographic texts represent an important part of the Coptic literature. Many of them are wri more »

RELIGION
400M 1416 1 0   Continuous Registration (MA Students)
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. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Continuous Registration is the continuation course for a master's level student to complete requirem more »

RELIGION
410 1279 1 4   Horkheimer and Adorno
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Anselm Min Wed 6:00PM -
8:50PM
IAC Library This course is a study of two of the Frankfurt School social theorists, Max Horkheimer (1895-1973) a more »

RELIGION
432IS 1284 1 4   Islam in America
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Ruqayya Khan Thu 10:00AM -
12:50PM
McManus 31 The objective of this course is to provide a comprehensive introduction to the rich, evolving and mu more »

RELIGION
450IS 1285 1 4   Introduction to Islamic Studies
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Ruqayya Khan Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Harper 2 The objective of this course is to provide a comprehensive introduction to the rich, evolving and mu more »

RELIGION
454TH 1287 1 4   Theology of Aquinas: The Doctrine of God
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Anselm Min Mon 6:00PM -
8:50PM
IAC Library This course is devoted to an in-depth study of a particular topic, the doctrine of God in Aquinas (1 more »

RELIGION
499 1415 1 0   Doctoral Study (PhD Students)
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. Faculty  -
No Room Needed Doctoral Study is the continuation course for a doctoral student to complete their dissertation and more »

SP&E
313 1309 1 4   Microeconomics & Public Policy
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Nancy Auerbach Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 24 This course is an introduction to microeconomic theory and its application to public policy analysis more »

SP&E
316 1299 1 4   Computational & Agent-Based Modeling
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Mark Abdollahian Mon 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 208 Agent based models offer researchers a new methodological bridge across various theoretical discipli more »

SP&E
351 1300 1 4   Comparative Political Institutions
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Melissa Rogers Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McNassor Room (Harper 53) The study of political institutions dominates the field of comparative politics. In this course, we more »

SP&E
352 1302 1 4   Comparative Political Economy
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Melissa Rogers Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 108 This course examines the interaction between capitalism and democracy. This class studies how the ec more »

SP&E
418 1303 1 4   Political Economy of International Development
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Yi Feng Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 16 Is the world flat, or on fire? "Globalization" has come under fire in recent years with pundits blam more »

SP&E
448 1298 1 4   Seminar in Social Network Analysis
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Zining Yang Mon 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 119 The study of social network analysis, as both a paradigm and quantitative methodology, has attracted more »

TNDY
303 1488 1 0 M2 Rhetoric and Reasoning Across the Disciplines
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Troy Mikanovich, Greer Murphy TueThu 4:00PM -
7:00PM
Burkle 22 This course is exclusively for students in the International Fellows Pathway Certificate Program. Th more »

TNDY
402X 1142 1 4   Persuasive Technologies
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Samir Chatterjee Thu 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 119 Can computers change what you think and do? Can they motivate you to stop smoking, persuade you to b more »

TNDY
404S 1139 1 4   e-Learning
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Lorne Olfman Mon 7:00PM -
9:50PM
Academic Computing 214 The purpose of this course is to explore in depth the concept of electronic (also called online) lea more »

TNDY
405I 1140 1 4   Data Analytical Tools, Technologies and Applications Across the Disciplines
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Hovig Tchalian Tue 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Academic Computing 214 This course focuses on using Big Data tools and technologies effectively across various disciplines more »

TNDY
405L 1138 1 4   Cyber Security Risk Management
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Tamir Bechor Fri 1:00PM -
3:50PM
McManus 31 Class meets Fridays 9/01, 9/08, 9//22, 10/06, 10/20, 11/03, 11/17, 12/01, 12/15 Borders are gone; we are all connected! The rapidly changing society of technology and information h more »

TNDY
405S 1141 1 4   The Changing Role of Gender: A Global Perspective
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Sallama Shaker, Linda Perkins Tue 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Burkle 16 In a report published by United Nations in 2006 titled: "Women, Girls, Boys, and Men - Different Nee more »

TNDY
407F 1143 1 4   Language Games and Disciplinary Identity
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Mark Pedretti Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
McNassor Room (Harper 53) How does your field talk about itself? How is it even possible for it to communicate with other disc more »

TNDY
407G 1144 1 4   Special Seminar in Artistic Practice and Innovation
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Andrew Vosko Wed 1:00PM -
3:50PM
Burkle 24 This course is for students from all backgrounds who want to explore artistic practice through the f more »

TNDY
407H 1367 1 4   Everything you wanted to know about Obamacare and Trump Care but were afraid to ask
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Deborah Freund Thu 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Academic Computing 208 The course will trace the history of how and why Obamacare included the provisions that are included more »

WGS
322 1202 1 4   Women and Political Change
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Dionne Bensonsmith Wed 4:00PM -
6:50PM
Harper 1 From abolitionism to reproductive rights and Title IX, womenís organizing has been at the heart of p more »