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  • UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
    CURRICULUM REPORT

    Number 293 April 28, 1999

    This report officially records the actions of the University of Washington Curriculum Review Committee. The Committee meets September through June to consider applications for curriculum changes submitted by the schools and colleges of the University of Washington.

    This report also announces the actions of the Faculty Council of Academic Standards and the Board of Regents regarding program and degree changes.

    Course Change Applications received after the deadline for the specified quarter will be considered for the next quarter for which the deadline has not passed. New courses can be added to the curriculum after the deadline.

    Applications must be received in the University Curriculum Office, 248 Schmitz, Box 355850, by 5 pm on the deadline date. For courses offered jointly by more than one school or college, an application from each school or college must be received by the University Curriculum Office by the deadline date.

    Please address any questions regarding the curriculum process at the University of Washington to the university curriculum office at uwcr@u.washington.edu.


    OLD BUSINESS

    COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (0-C)

    Art (0105)
    ART 205     Visual Communication Design I (5) VIS CMU DESIGN I. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 206     Visual Communication Design II (5) VIS CMU DESIGN II. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 207     Introduction to Electronic Design (5) INTRO ELEC DESIGN. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 366     Visualizations (5) VISUALIZATIONS. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 367     Basic 3-D (5) BASIC 3-D. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 368     Communications Programs (5) CMU PROGRAMS. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 376     Typography (5) TYPOGRAPHY. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 377     Symbols, Marks, Meaning (5) SYMB/MARKS/MEANING. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 378     Electronic Interactive Design (5) ELEC INTERACT DES. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 466     Publications Design (5) PUBLICATIONS. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 467     Exhibition Design (5) EXHIBITION DESIGN. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 468     Portfolio/Exhibition Presentation (5) PRESENTATION. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 478     Information Design (5) INFORMATION DESIGN. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 479     Media Information Design (5) MEDIA INFO DESIGN. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.
    ART 480     Senior Project/Presentation (3) SENIOR PROJECT. Change title, abbreviated title, description. Effective AUT/1999.

    Comparative Literature (0132)
    C LIT 497     Special Topics in Cinema Studies (3-5, max. 10) SPEC TPCS CIN STUD. Effective AUT/1999.

    Near Eastern Language and Civilization (0123)
    Correction to Curriculum Report #290
    ARAB 472     Quran and Bible Masorah (3) QURAN/BIBLE MASORAH. Offered jointly with HEBR 472. Effective AUT/1999.

    Correction to Curriculum Report #290
    HEBR 472     Quran and Bible Masorah (3) QURAN/BIBLE MASORAH. Offered jointly with ARAB 472. Effective AUT/1999.

    BOTHELL CAMPUS (1-V)

    Education (0875)
    Correction to Curriculum Report #268
    B EDUC 491     Special Topics in Education (1-5, max. 15) SPEC TOPICS IN EDUC. Effective SPR/1997.

    TACOMA CAMPUS (2-Z)

    Business (0981)
    T BGEN 425     Finance and Investment (5) FIN & INVEST. Effective SUM/1999.

    NEW BUSINESS

    NEW PREFIXES

    GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (0-S)

    Library (0671)
    IMT     Information Management and Technology

    TACOMA CAMPUS (2-Z)

    Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (0963)
    TSMUS     States and Markets: United States
    TSMIN     States and Markets: International
    TSMG     States and Markets: General
    TCSIUS     Communities and Social Institutions: United States
    TCSIIN     Communities and Social Institutions: International
    TCSIG     Communities and Social Institutions: General
    TIBCUS     Ideas, Beliefs and Cultural Patterns: United States
    TIBCIN     Ideas, Beliefs and Cultural Patterns: International
    TIBCUS     Ideas, Beliefs and Cultural Patterns: General
    TCXUS     Cultural Expressions: United States
    TCXIN     Cultural Expressions: International
    TCXG     Cultural Expressions: General
    TESC     Environmental Science
    TEST     Environmental Studies
    TQS     Quantitative Skills
    TIASUS     Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences: United States
    TIASIN     Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences: International

    NEW COURSES

    COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING (0-B)

    Construction Management (0052)
    CM 413     Competitive Business Presentations (1) COMP BUS PRES. Effective AUT/1999

    COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (0-C)

    Anthropology (0102)
    ANTH 535     Research Issues in Demography and Population Studies (1-2, max. 7) RSRCH DEMOG POP ST. Effective AUT/1999.

    Economics (0135)
    ECON 599     Research Issues in Demography and Population Studies (1-2, max. 7) RSRCH DEMOG POP ST. Effective AUT/1999

    Mathematics (0206)
    MATH 127     Calculus for Mathematical Sciences (5) CALC FOR MATH SCI. Effective AUT/1999 through SPR/2000.
    MATH 128     Calculus for Mathematical Sciences (5) CALC FOR MATH SCI. Effective AUT/1999 through SPR/2000.
    MATH 129     Calculus for Mathematical Sciences (5) CALC FOR MATH SCI. Effective AUT/1999 through SPR/2000.

    Music (0217)
    MUSIC 410     ElectroAcoustic Music: History and Analysis (3) ELECTROACOUSTIC MUS. Effective SPR/2000.

    Sociology (0293)
    SOC 593     Research Issues in Demography and Population Studies (1-2, max. 7) RSRCH DEMOG POP ST. Effective AUT/1999

    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (0-H)

    Education (0351)
    EDLPS 544     Comparative Education: Introduction to Concepts and Methods (3) COMP ED: INTR MTHDS. Effective AUT/1999.

    COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (0-J)

    Industrial Engineering (0418)
    IND E 510     Application of Optimization in Engineering Design (3) APPL OPT ENG DESIGN. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 511     Management Decision Models (3) MGT DECISION MODELS. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 513     Linear Optimization Models in Engineering (3) LINEAR OPT ENG MODL. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 515     Fundamentals of Optimization (5) FUNDAMNTL OPTIMIZTN. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 521     Quality Control in Manufacturing (3) QUAL CONTROL IN ENG MFG. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 524     Robust Design and Quality Engineering (3) ROB DES QLTY ENGR. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 526     Reliability in Product Design and Testing (3) RELIABILITY. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 531     Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems (3) CIM SYSTEMS. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 532     Geometric Modeling (3) GEOMETRIC MODELING. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 533     Computational Methods in Design and Manufacturing (3) COMP METH DESGN MFG. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 535     Engineering Simulation (3) ENGINRNG SIMULATION. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 538     Large Assembly Manufacturing Systems (3) LARGE ASSEMBLY MFG. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 541     Human Factors Engineering (3) HUMAN FACTORS ENGR. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 542     Haptic Interface Design (3) HAPTIC INTRFC DESGN. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 543     Virtual Interface Technology (3) VIRTUAL INTRFC TECH. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 544     Virtual World Development (3) VIRTUAL WORLD DEVLP. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 554     Environmental Decision Modeling (3) ENV DECISION MODLNG. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 555     Health Systems Engineering (3) HEALTH SYSTEMS ENGR. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 569     Occupational Biomechanics (3) OCCUP BIOMECHANICS. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 591     Seminar (*) SEMINAR. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 592     Seminar (*) SEMINAR. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 593     Seminar (*) SEMINAR. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 594     Management of Engineering Design (3) MGMT OF ENGR. Effective AUT/1999.
    IND E 599     Special Topics in Industrial Engineering (1-5, max. 9) SPECIAL TOPICS IE. Effective AUT/1999.

    COLLEGE OF FOREST RESOURCES (0-L)


    Forest Resources (0523)
    ESC 445     Ecology of Managed Forests (3) ECOL MANAGED FOREST. Effective WIN/2000.
    ESC 499     Undergraduate Research (1-5, max. 15) UNDERGRAD RESRCH. Effective AUT/1999.
    F M 499     Undergraduate Research (1-5, max. 15) UNDERGRAD RESRCH. Effective AUT/1999.
    F E 499     Undergraduate Research (1-5, max. 15) UNDERGRAD RESRCH. Effective AUT/1999.
    UHF 499     Undergraduate Research (1-5, max. 15) UNDERGRAD RESRCH. Effective AUT/1999.

    SCHOOL OF PHARMACY (0-P)

    Medicinal Chemistry (0612)
    MEDCH 559     Protein NMR Spectroscopy (1) PROTEIN NMR. Effective SUM/1999.

    SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE (0-M)

    Epidemiology (0704)
    PHG 532     Statistical Methods in Medical Genetics (2) STATISTICAL GENETIC. Offered jointly with BIOST 532 and MED 532. Effective SUM/1999.

    Health Services (0706)
    HSERV 508     Dynamics of Community Health Practice (3-5, max. 5) DYNAM COM HLTH PRAC. Offered jointly with NURS 560. Effective AUT/1999.

    BOTHELL CAMPUS (1-V)

    Education (0875)
    B EDUC 320     Education and Society (3) EDUC AND SOCIETY. Effective AUT/1999.
    B EDUC 402     Human Growth and Learning (5) HUMAN GROWTH & LRNG. Effective AUT/1999.
    B EDUC 452     Service Learning Practicum in Education (2, max. 6) SL PRAC IN ED. Effective AUT/1999.

    TACOMA CAMPUS (2-Z)

    Education (0975)
    T EDUC 510     Curriculum Design and Assessment in Science Education (3) CURR SDG SCIENCE ED. Effective SUM/1999.
    T EDUC 511     Science Methods for K-4 Classrooms (3) SCIENCE METHODS K-4. Effective SUM/1999.
    T EDUC 512     Science Methods for 5th - 8th Grade Classrooms (3) SCIENCE METHODS 5-8. Effective SUM/1999.
    T EDUC 513     Using Technology in Science Education (3) TECH IN SCIENCE ED. Effective SUM/1999.

    Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (0963)
    TCXUS 355     The Mind of Modernity (5) MIND OF MODERNITY. Effective AUT/1999.
    TCXUS 383     Cross Cultural Studies in Contemporary Women's Fiction (5) CULTURE WOMEN LIT. Effective AUT/1999.

    COURSE CHANGES

    COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING (0-B)

    Construction Management (0052)
    CM 454     Introduction to Real Estate Finance (4) REAL ESTATE FINANCE. Change course number. Offered jointly with URBDP 454. Effective SPR/2000.
    CM 455     Introduction to Real Estate Development Processes (5) REAL EST DEVEL PROC. Change course number, contact hours and credits. Offered jointly with URBDP 455. Effective WIN/2000.
    CM 456     Real Estate Investment Seminar (4) R E INVEST SEMINAR. Increase credits and change prerequisites. Offered jointly with URBDP 456. Effective WIN/2000.

    Urban Design and Planning (0050)
    URBDP 454     Introduction to Real Estate Finance (4) REAL ESTATE FINANCE. Change course number. Offered jointly with CM 454. Effective SPR/2000.
    URBDP 455     Introduction to Real Estate Development Processes (5) REAL EST DEVEL PROC. Change course number, contact hours and credits. Offered jointly with CM 455. Effective WIN/2000.
    URBDP 456     Real Estate Investment Seminar (4) R E INVEST SEMINAR. Increase credits and change prerequisites. Offered jointly with CM 456. Effective WIN/2000.

    COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (0-C)

    Art (0105) The Faculty Council on Academic standards has recommended approval of a change in program name from Graphic Design to Visual Communication Design and a change in graduation requirements for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Communication Design.

    Comparative Literature (0132)
    C LIT 397     Special Topics in Cinema Studies (3-5, max. 10) SPEC TPCS CIN STD. Change maximum credits. Effective AUT/1999.

    Drama (0134)
    The Faculty Council on Academic standards has recommended approval of the change in graduation requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama.

    English (0136)
    The Faculty Council on Academic standards has recommended approval of the modified degree requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in English.

    Linguistics (0203)
    The Faculty Council on Academic standards has recommended approval of a change in graduation requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics.

    Music (0217)
    MUSED 304     Introductory Music Methods I (2, max. 4) INTRO MUSIC METH I. Change title, credits, description, and prerequisites. Effective WIN/2000.
    MUSED 305     Introductory Music Methods II (2, max. 4) INTRO MUSIC METH II. Change title, credits, description, and prerequisites. Effective WIN/2000.
    MUSED 305     Introductory Music Methods III (2, max. 4) INTRO MUSIC METH III. Change title, credits, description, and prerequisites. Effective WIN/2000.
    MUSAP 218     Guitar Techniques (2, max. 4) GUITAR TECHNIQUES. Change credits. Effective WIN/2000.

    Speech Communication (0295)
    SP CMU 400     Theoretical Backgrounds in Speech Communication (5) THRL BKGDS SPCH COM. Change credits. Effective WIN/2000.

    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (0-H)

    Education (0351)
    EDLPS 541     Topics in Comparative Education (3, max. 6) TOPICS COMP EDUC. Change course title and credits. Effective WIN/2000.
    EDPSY 510     Cognition in the Context of the School Curriculum (3) COGNIT & SCH CURRIC. Change title. Effective AUT/2000.

    SCHOOL OF LAW (0-X)

          Law (0852)
    LAW A 538     Estate Planning Workshop (3/4) ESTATE PLANN WKSHP. Change credits. Effective SPR/1999 only.
    LAW B 523     Negotiation, Dispute , Settlement, and Planning (4) NEGOTN-DSPUT SETLMT. Change credits. Effective SPR/1999 only.

    SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (0-Y)

    Medicine (0915)
    MED 532     Statistical Methods in Medical Genetics (2) STATISTICAL GENETIC. Add PHG 532 to joint listing. Offered jointly with BIOST 532. Effective SUM/1999.

    Molecular Biotechnology (0952)
    MBT 450     Introduction to Molecular Biotechnology (2) INTRO MOL BIOTECH. Change course description. Effective WIN/2000.
    MBT 560     Molecular Biotechnology Literature Conference (1) MOL BIOTECH LIT CNF. Change course description. Effective WIN/2000.

    SCHOOL OF NURSING (0-N)

    Nursing (0552)
    NURS 451     Connecting to Families in Transition (1-2, max. 6) CONNECT TO FAMILIES. Change title, contact hours, and course description. Effective WIN/2000.
    NURS 560     Dynamics of Community Health Practice (3-5, max. 5) DYN COMM HLTH PRCT. Add joint listing with HSERV 508 and change course description. Effective WIN/2000.
    NURS 596     Colloquium, Scientific Conduct, and Dissertation (2, max. 12) COLLOQUIUM. Change maximum credits and add permanent CR/NC only grading. Effective SUM/1999.

    SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE (0-M)

    Biostatistics (0700)
    BIOST 532     Statistical Methods in Medical Genetics (2) STATISTICAL GENETIC. Add PHG 532 to joint listing. Currently joint listed with MED 532. Effective SUM/1999.

    Environmental Health (0702)
    ENVH 567     Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis (3) CARCINOGENESIS. Change title and description. Effective AUT/2000.

    Health Services (0706)
    HSMGMT 561     Health Planning: The Management of Change (3-4) HEALTH PLANNING. Change credits. Effective WIN/2000.
    HSMGMT 562     Seminar in Health Services Management (3-4) SEM HLTH SERV MGMT. Change credits. Effective WIN/2000.

    SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK (0-T)

    Social Work (0779)
    SOC WF 405     Fieldwork Seminar (3, max. 9) FIELDWORK SEMINAR. Change credits. Effective SPR/1999.

    TACOMA CAMPUS (2-Z)


    Education (0975)
    T EDUC 461     Topics in Content Instruction: Mathematics (3) MATHEMATICS INSTCTN. Change title. Effective SUM/1999.
    T EDUC 464     Topics in Content Instruction: Science (3) SCIENCE INSTRUCTION. Change title. Effective SUM/1999.
    T EDUC 472     Teaching Students with Special Needs (3) TCH STDS W/SP NEEDS. Change title and course description. Effective SUM/1999.
    T EDUC 474     Social Dynamics of Schools (3) SOCIAL DYNAMICS SCH. Drop course. Effective SUM/1999.

    Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (0963)
    Change course prefix effective AUT/1999 for all Tacoma Campus Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences courses
    TSMG 313      Theories of Economic Development and Social Change
    TSMG 318      Industrial Policy and U.S. Manufacturing in Transition
    TSMG 420      Women in the Global Economy
    TSMG 422      The Political Economy of Technological Change
    TSMG 424      International Business and Development
    TSMG 490     Special Topics
    TSMIN 300      International Interactions
    TSMIN 313      The Making of Russia
    TSMIN 314      20th Century Revolutions
    TSMIN 315      Europe in the Twentieth Century
    TSMIN 320      Confucianism and East Asian Modernity
    TSMIN 322      Comparative Perspectives on East Asian and Latin American Development
    TSMIN 323      The Making of Mexico
    TSMIN 324      Modern Latin America
    TSMIN 325      Mexico: Problems and Prospects
    TSMIN 326      Modern Brazil
    TSMIN 410      Caribbean Basin
    TSMIN 411      Human Rights and Violence in the Third World
    TSMIN 414      Modern China
    TSMIN 415      Modern Japan
    TSMIN 416      Modern Korea
    TSMIN 417      Siberia
    TSMIN 418      Interpreting Enigmatic India
    TSMIN 419      Special Topics
    TSMIN 425      Contemporary Issues in International Political Economy
    TSMIN 426      The Soviet Experience
    TSMIN 427      Gorbachev and the Second Russian Revolution
    TSMIN 428      Eastern Europe in Transition, 1940-2000
    TSMIN 429      Topics in States and Markets
    TSMUS 300      The Making of America
    TSMUS 315      Industrialization and Reform
    TSMUS 322      American Labor Since the Civil War
    TSMUS 328      The American Environment: Literature, Culture, and Social Policy
    TSMUS 410      Early American Politics, Constitution, and Law
    TSMUS 413      Civil Rights, Civil Liberties
    TSMUS 429      Topics in States and Markets
    TCSIG 330       Inquiry and Research in the Social Sciences
    TCSIG 333      Organizational Leadership
    TCSIG 335      Transitions: Coping with Change
    TCSIG 343      Vietnam and the 1960's
    TCSIG 347      Parenting Practices and Parent-Child Relationships
    TCSIG 348      Film and Human Values
    TCSIG 349      Sexual Identities
    TCSIG 430      Introduction to Public History
    TCSIG 431      Organizational Development
    TCSIG 432      Group Process
    TCSIG 433      Household and Family in Comparative Perspective
    TCSIG 434      Theories of Child Development
    TCSIG 435      Migration in the Modern World: Migrants, Immigrants, Refugees
    TCSIG 436      North American Regions
    TCSIG 437      Immigration Today: Issues and Trends
    TCSIG 438      Family Violence
    TCSIG 439      Human Sexuality
    TCSIG 444      The Pacific Northwest
    TCSIG 445      The Metropolis
    TCSIG 490     Special Topics
    TCSIIN 335      Religion in the Modern World
    TCSIIN 342      Third World Cities
    TCSIIN 434      Women's Voices: Third World Women's Testimonials
    TCSIIN 435      Popular Movements in Latin America
    TCSIIN 436      Rural Societies and Development
    TCSIIN 449      Topics in Communities and Social Institutions
    TCSIUS 335      Social Class and Inequality
    TCSIUS 338      Latin Americans in the United States
    TCSIUS 340      History of U.S. - American Indian Relations
    TCSIUS 341      African-American History
    TCSIUS 342      African-American History: From the Jim Crow Era to Martin Luther King ,Jr.
    TCSIUS 345      Women and Work in the U.S.
    TCSIUS 346      The History of Childhood and the Family in the United States
    TCSIUS 347      History of Women in the United States
    TCSIUS 432      Schooling in the United States
    TCSIUS 434      Women, Race & Class: Identity and Intergroup Relations
    TCSIUS 435      The Sociology of Gender
    TCSIUS 436      History of Social Welfare Policy in U.S.
    TCSIUS 437      Doing Community History
    TCSIUS 439      Fieldwork and Interviewing in Communities
    TCSIUS 441      Black Freedom Movement in Perspective
    TCSIUS 442      History of African-American Education
    TCSIUS 443      Ethnicity and the Urban Landscape
    TCSIUS 444      Gender, Ethnicity, Class, and the Media.
    TCSIUS 445      History of Tacoma
    TCSIUS 446      Family Relationships and Diverse Family Forms in the United States
    TCSIUS 447      AIDS and American Society
    TCSIUS 449      Topics in Communities and Social Institutions
    TIBCG 350      Contemporary Search for Meaning
    TIBCG 353      The End of the Modern World, 1600-2000
    TIBCG 361      Ethics in Contemporary Society
    TIBCG 363      Philosophy of Ecology
    TIBCG 453      Health, Illness, and Culture
    TIBCG 456      Environmental Ethics
    TIBCG 458      Ways of Knowing
    TIBCG 460      The Meaning of the Person
    TIBCIN 354      History of the Concept of Culture
    TIBCIN 357      The Greek Mind and Imagination
    TIBCIN 359      Themes in Existentialism
    TIBCIN 365      Hinduism and Buddhism
    TIBCIN 366      Islam
    TIBCIN 367      East Asian Religions: Zen and Taoism
    TIBCIN 450      Contemporary Theories of Culture
    TIBCIN 454      Comparative Mythology
    TIBCIN 461      Religion and the Church in Latin America
    TIBCIN 463      God: East and West
    TIBCIN 465      God and the New Physics
    TIBCIN 466      Modernity and Its Critics
    TIBCIN 469      Topics in Ideas, Beliefs and Cultural Patterns
    TIBCUS 355      American Modes of Thought and Experience
    TIBCUS 356      Themes in American Philosophy
    TIBCUS 360      American Political Theory.
    TIBCUS 365      North American Indian Traditions
    TIBCUS 368      Adult Development
    TIBCUS 369      Diversity in Adulthood
    TIBCUS 451      Cultural Studies
    TIBCUS 457      Ethical Issues in Mass Communication
    TIBCUS 461      Religious History of America
    TIBCUS 464      Native American Cultural Areas
    TIBCUS 466      Life and Thought: Martin Luther King ,Jr., Malcolm X, and Angela Davis
    TIBCUS 469      Topics in Ideas, Beliefs and Cultural Patterns
    TCXG 370      Understanding Literature
    TCXG 371      The World Stage: Five Tragedies
    TCXG 372      Writing Effectively
    TCXG 374      Argument and Research in Writing
    TCXG 377      Art of the Americas
    TCXG 379      Modern Architecture
    TCXG 381      Introduction to Creative Writing: Short Fiction
    TCXG 387      Varieties of Literary Criticism
    TCXG 470      The Material World: Art and Artifacts
    TCXG 471      Culture and Meaning in the Visual Arts
    TCXG 481      Children's and Young Adult Literature
    TCXG 483      Film Directors
    TCXG 484      Writing Creative Non-Fiction
    TCXG 485      Writing Center Pedagogy
    TCXG 490      Special Topics
    TCXG 495      Career and Internship Development
    TCXIN 372      Film Studies
    TCXIN 374      Myth and Literary Sagas in Creative Expression
    TCXIN 378      La Tierra Mágica: Una Exploración Cultural de la América Latina
    TCXIN 381      Society, Self, and Worldview in the Arts of India
    TCXIN 382      Society, Self, and Worldview in the Arts of China
    TCXIN 383      Society, Self, and Worldview in the Arts of Japan
    TCXIN 384      Society, Self, and Worldview in the Arts of the Pacific
    TCXIN 385      Russian Civilization
    TCXIN 475      Russian Literature and Society
    TCXIN 481      Film Theory and Aesthetics
    TCXIN 484      French Cinema
    TCXIN 486      Feminist Perspectives in Film and Literature
    TCXIN 489      Topics in Cultural Expression
    TCXUS 373      Themes in American Literature
    TCXUS 374      American Literary Movements, Genres, and Historical Periods
    TCXUS 375      Writing in the Pacific Northwest TCXUS 376      American Architecture
    TCXUS 377      American Poetry
    TCXUS 378      Studies in Selected American Writers
    TCXUS 381      Immigrant and Ethnic Literature
    TCXUS 383      Early American Music, Art, Literature, Education and Theater
    TCXUS 477      Nature and Environment in American Literature
    TCXUS 480      American Indian Literature
    TCXUS 481      Western American Literature
    TCXUS 482      American Folklore
    TCXUS 485      Media Genres
    TCXUS 489      Topics in Cultural Expression
    TESC 300      Introduction to Environmental Science
    TESC 332      Evolution
    TESC 337      Environmental Geology
    TESC 339      Energy and the Environment
    TESC 340      Ecology and Its Applications
    TESC 341      Oceanography
    TESC 342      Issues in Biological Conservation
    TESC 343      The Atmosphere and Air Pollution
    TESC 422      Evolution
    TESC 431      Water Resources and Pollution
    TESC 442      Marine Ecology
    TESC 490      Special Topics in Environmental Science
    TESC 496      Internship
    TESC 497      Senior Thesis
    TESC 498      Directed Readings
    TESC 499      Undergraduate Research
    TIASIN 495      Comparative International Studies
    TIASIN 496      Internship(1-5cr) (10 maximum)
    TIASIN 497      Senior Thesis(5cr)
    TIASIN 498      Directed Readings (3-5cr)
    TIASIN 499      Undergraduate Research (1-5cr)
    TIASUS 495      Comparative U.S. Studies
    TIASUS 496      Internship(1-5cr )(10 maximum)
    TIASUS 497      Senior Thesis(5cr)
    TIASUS 498      Directed Readings (3-5cr)
    TIASUS 499      Undergraduate Research(1-5cr)

    COURSES DROPPED

    BOTHELL CAMPUS (1-V)

    Education (0875)
    B EDUC 401     Learners (3) LEARNERS. Drop course. Effective AUT/1999.
    B EDUC 403     Theories of Learning (3) THEORIES OF LEARN. Drop course. Effective AUT/1999.