Spring 2013 Dates to Remember Calendar By Date

Spring 2013 Dates to Remember Calendar By Date
Spring 2013 Dates to Remember
Calendar By Date
OCT./NOV.
NOVEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
29-2
5
26
14
14
17
18
18
21
24
28
28
15
8
13
14
15
18-22
29-31
1-5
1
3
12
19
29
3
6-10
11
16
Advising Week for Spring 2013
Registration for Spring 2013 for continuing students begins (see page 18)
Registration for Spring 2013 for new or re-enrolling students begins (see page 18)
First day of classes
Late registration and drop/add begins (see page 18)
Last day to drop or change sections for courses which meet the first half of the semester
Last day to add, late register, or change grading options for courses which meet for the first
half of the semester
Tuition/Fees due, strictly enforced (see page 13)
Martin Luther King Jr./Wyoming Equality Day - university offices closed; classes excused
Last day to drop or change sections in semester courses - strictly enforced
Last day to add, late register, or change grading options in semester courses
Last day to make changes to health insurance selection
Last day to withdraw from courses which meet the first half of the semester
Midsemester
Midsemester grades must be loaded online (by noon)
Last day to drop or change sections for courses which meet the second half of the semester
Last day to add or change grading options for courses which meet the second half of the semester
SPRING BREAK - classes excused
Easter Break - classes excused
Advising Week for Fall 2013
Last day to withdraw from individual semester courses
Priority registration for Fall 2013 begins for continuing students (see page 18)
Last day to withdraw from courses which meet the second half of the semester
Last day to withdraw from the university for Spring 2013
Registration for Fall 2013 for new or re-enrolling students begins (see page 18)
Last day of classes
Finals Week
Commencement
Final grades must be loaded online (by noon)
Calendar By Event
Advising Week for Spring 2013
Advising Week for Fall 2013
Add deadline for courses that meet all semester
Commencement
Drop deadline for courses that meet all semester
Easter Break
Final grades must be loaded online (by noon)
Finals Week
First day of classes
Last day of classes
Last day to make changes to health insurance selection
Midsemester
Midsemester grades must be loaded online (by noon)
Registration for Fall 2013 for continuing students begins (see page 18)
Registration for Fall 2013 for new or re-enrolling students begins (see page 18)
Registration for Spring 2013 for continuing students begins (see page 18)
Registration for Spring 2013 for new or re-enrolling students begins (see page 18)
Tuition/Fees payment due; strictly enforced (see page 13)
Withdraw from individual semester courses
Withdraw from the university for Spring 2013
Notes
• Above schedule is subject to change
• Deadlines to drop courses will be strictly enforced
• Tuition and Fees payment deadline will be strictly enforced
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Oct./Nov.
April
January
May
January
March
May
May
January
May
January
March
March
April
April
November
November
January
April
April
29-2
1-5
28
11
24
29-31
16
6-10
14
3
28
8
13
8
29
5
26
18
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FERPA
(Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as
amended, protects the privacy of education records, establishes the
students’ rights to inspect their education records, provides guidelines for correcting inaccurate or misleading data through informal
and formal hearings, and permits students to file complaints with
the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Office (FERPA) concerning alleged failures of the institution to comply with the Act.
In this regard, the university is committed to protecting to the
maximum extent possible the right of privacy of all individuals
about whom it holds information, records, and files. Access to and
release of directory information is restricted to the student concerned, to parents of dependent students (documentation must be
provided), to others with the student’s written consent, to officials
within the university, agencies for the university such as the National Student Clearinghouse, to a court of competent jurisdiction,
to authorized educational authorities at the local, state, and federal
level, and otherwise pursuant to law.
The following items are considered directory information and
may be disclosed by the university in response to inquiries concerning individual students, whether the inquiries are in person, in
writing, or over the telephone:
1. Name;
2. Affirmation of whether currently enrolled;
3. School, college, department, major, or division;
4. Dates of enrollment;
5. Degrees received;
6. Honors received;
7. Full or part-time status;
8. Local address and phone number;
9. Home address (permanent);
10. E-mail address;
11. Participation in officially recognized activities and sports;
12. Weight and height of members of athletic teams.
FERPA Annual Notice to Reflect Possible Federal
and State Data Collection and Use
The University of Wyoming has the responsibility for effectively
supervising any access to and/or release of official data/information about our students. However, because Wyoming has a Public
Records Act, the above information may be released to any outside
entity that requests it unless a student has requested that a Privacy
Flag be placed on his or her records.
If you do not want any of the indicated information to be released
to anyone outside the university, you need to complete a Request
for Privacy Flag form and submit it to the Office of the Registrar.
This form must be submitted no later than the 10th class day of the
fall semester in order for your information not to be included in the
printed Campus Directory.
A Privacy Flag means that your name will not be included in the
printed Campus Directory and will not appear in the Web Student
Directory. Your name will not be included in any news releases
(including honor rolls or graduation). Also, information will not
be released to prospective employers, insurance companies, credit
agencies, etc. without your signed approval.
A Privacy Flag may be removed at any time by submitting a written and signed request to the Office of the Registrar.
Certain items of information about individual students are fundamental to the educational process and must be recorded. This
recorded information concerning students may be used only by
authorized university employees and only for clearly-defined educational purposes, must be safeguarded and controlled to avoid
violations of personal privacy, and must be appropriately disposed
of when the justification for its collection and retention no longer
exists.
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As of January 3, 2012, the U.S. Department of Education’s FERPA regulations expand the circumstances under which your education records and personally identifiable information (PII) contained in such records — including your Social Security Number,
grades, or other private information — may be accessed without
your consent. First, the U.S. Comptroller General, the U.S. Attorney General, the U.S. Secretary of Education, or state and local education authorities (“Federal and State Authorities”) may allow access to your records and PII without your consent to any third party
designated by a Federal or State Authority to evaluate a federal- or
state-supported education program. The evaluation may relate to
any program that is “principally engaged in the provision of education,” such as early childhood education and job training, as well as
any program that is administered by an education agency or institution. Second, Federal and State Authorities may allow access to
your education records and PII without your consent to researchers
performing certain types of studies, in certain cases even when we
object to or do not request such research. Federal and State Authorities must obtain certain use-restriction and data security promises from the entities that they authorize to receive your PII, but
the Authorities need not maintain direct control over such entities.
In addition, in connection with Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems, State Authorities may collect, compile, permanently retain,
and share without your consent PII from your education records,
and they may track your participation in education and other programs by linking such PII to other personal information about you
that they obtain from other Federal or State data sources, including
workforce development, unemployment insurance, child welfare,
juvenile justice, military service, and migrant student records systems.
The University of Wyoming is built upon a strong foundation of integrity, respect, and trust. All members of the university community
have a responsibility to be honest and the right to expect honesty from others. Any form of academic dishonesty is unacceptable to our
community and will not be tolerated.
Problem Resolution
Experience has shown that the best and quickest way to resolve a problem is to contact the person or office involved. We therefore
recommend that if you have a problem you take it directly to the faculty member, department head, director, or manager of the unit
involved. If you do not know with whom to discuss your problem or feel you need additional assistance, you may contact the Dean of
Students Office, 128 Knight Hall, or phone them at (307) 766-3296. The Dean of Students Office staff will assist you and/or refer you to
the proper person.
The University of Wyoming is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and institution and does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, and political belief in any aspect
of employment or services. The institution’s educational programs, activities, and services offered to students and/or employees are
administered on a nondiscriminatory basis subject to the provisions of all civil rights laws and statutes. Evidence of practices that are
not consistent with this policy should be reported to the Employment Practices Officer (307) 766-3459.
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Admission Information
Admissions Office, 146 Knight Hall, Dept. 3435, Laramie, Wyoming 82071; 766-5160
www.uwyo.edu/admissions
All new students wishing to register for courses at the University
of Wyoming, regardless of whether or not they intend to pursue
a degree, must submit the application for admission, appropriate
transcripts and test scores, and the appropriate application fee. Applications are available online at www.uwyo.edu/admissions.
Social Studies
Three years of social studies or their competency-based equivalents are required, to include a combination of the following subject
matter: World History, American History, Geography, American
Government; or Economic Systems and Institutions.
Official academic transcripts must be mailed directly from previously attended institutions to the UW Admissions Office. The
University of Wyoming will not accept student copies or hand-carried college transcripts. Official faxed transcripts will be accepted
from the Wyoming community colleges.
Foreign Language
Two sequenced years of the same foreign language.
Electives
Two units of additional coursework chosen from any of the following subjects: fine and performing arts, social and behavioral
studies, humanities, additional foreign language, or career-technical course.
Undergraduate Admission
A $40 nonrefundable application processing fee is required for
first-time UW undergraduate students.
B. Admission With Support
Admission with support will be granted to first-time college students or students with fewer than 30 transferable semester credit
hours who do not qualify for assured admission, but who satisfy the
following requirements.
New Freshmen
Undergraduates who have less than 30 transferable college
credit hours, must meet the following UW Admission Standards.
A. Assured Admission
1. Graduates of state accredited high schools who have a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.5-2.99.
To qualify for assured admission to the University of Wyoming,
high school graduates who are first-time college students or college
transfers with fewer than 30 transferable semester credit hours,
must meet the following minimum admission requirements.
2. Graduates of state accredited high schools who have a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.25-2.49 grade point average with an ACT score of at least 20 or an SAT score of at least
960.
1a. High School Graduates: Cumulative high school grade point
average of 3.0 or above based on a 4.0 grading scale, and an ACT
test score of at least 21 or a SAT test score (verbal and math scores)
of at least a 980.
3. ACT test or SAT test score required for all applicants.
4. Completion of the pre-college curriculum with no more than
two deficiencies. In addition, no more than one deficiency can be
in each of the pre-college curriculum categories.
1b. Graduates with less than 30 transferable college credit hours:
Cumulative transferable college GPA must be at least 2.0; submit
your high school transcript, ACT or SAT test score, and meet 1a.
Terms of Admission With Support
Space in the program is limited; applicants admissible under
this category are encouraged to apply early.
1c. Home Schooled: must meet the same requirements as other high school graduates; submit transcripts and ACT or SAT test
scores. Please contact the Admissions Office for a Home School
Credit Evaluation Form or access the form at www.uwyo.edu/admissions. The home school instructor should complete the form.
Students admitted with support will be a part of the Synergy
Program and may access information at www.uwyo.edu/synergy.
It is strongly recommended that students stay within 12-15 credit
hours in their first semester. Students who wish to go above 15
hours should contact the Synergy Coordinator at 307-766-4322 or
[email protected] to discuss an exception.
2. Completion of at least 19 high school units in the following
pre-college curriculum (a unit=1 year):
English
Four units of English or their competency-based equivalents are
required, of which at least three units must have a substantial writing component. Speech and other communication-based courses
which contain “a substantial writing component” may be used to
meet this requirement.
C. GED Applicants
Students who did not graduate from a state accredited high
school may qualify for admission with support to the University of
Wyoming if they have a GED examination with an average score of
at least 550 and no individual score below 500.
1. GED applicants under 21 years of age must supply an ACT
composite score of at least 20 or a SAT composite of 960 or higher.
Mathematics
Four units of mathematics or their competency-based equivalents are required, to include the concepts of a college preparatory
Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry sequence. It is strongly recommended that Algebra II, Geometry or a higher level math course be
taken during the senior year of high school.
2. GED applicants must also be at least 18 years old and their
high school class must have graduated.
3. GED applicants must have a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade
point average for all transferable college courses.
Science
Four units of science or their competency-based equivalents
are required. At least one of the units must be from the physical
sciences--physics, chemistry, or a college preparatory physical science course. The other two units may be from any combination of
biological, life, physical or earth/space science.
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D. Non-Traditional Students
gion similar to those offered by the Religious Studies Program in
the College of Arts and Sciences.
“Non-traditional” students, defined as students age 25 or older,
who have not completed a college level course during the past three
calendar years (excluding correspondence study courses) and who
do not otherwise qualify for assured admission, may qualify for admission with support if they have a cumulative high school grade
point average of 2.0 or higher.
Transfer students with less than 30 transferable semester hours
must also have an official copy of their high school transcript sent
directly to the Admissions Office by their former high school.
Transfer students under age 21, who have less than 30 transferable
credit hours, must also have their ACT or SAT results sent to the
UW Admissions Office. Please refer to the “New Freshmen, A. Assured Admission” section.
1. Neither ACT nor SAT scores are required for students over 21.
2. Students admitted under this policy are undeclared majors
and will receive their initial academic advising from the Center for
Advising and Career Services in 228 Knight Hall, (307) 766-2398.
Second Bachelors Students
Students working toward a second bachelor’s degree are considered undergraduate students and are subject to all undergraduate
policies and regulations.
E. High School Guest Students
High school seniors and juniors will be considered for admission to UW as high school guests. The following requirements must
be met:
Deferred Admission
Applicants who do not qualify for assured admission or admission with suport will have their admission deferred until they complete 30 or more transferable semester hours at an accredited collegiate institution, with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or
higher.
1. Complete a UW High School Guest application;
2. Have an official copy of the most recent high school transcript, showing an overall GPA of at least 3.0 sent directly to the
Admissions Office;
Admission Exception Process
3. Submit a positive written recommendation from the high
school counselor or principal;
Students who do not otherwise meet the qualifications for assured admission or admission with support may request an admission exception in order to be admitted with support. To initiate a
request for admission by exception, applicants should describe in
writing the rationale for their specific exception request and send
the request to the Admissions Office.
4. Submit available ACT or SAT scores.
If high school guest admission is granted, it is for one semester
at a time. Subsequent enrollment requires the most recent transcript and new written permission from the high school. High
school guests may take up to 6 credit hours per semester. Advising
will be provided by the Center for Advising and Career Services in
228 Knight Hall, (307) 766-2398.
Graduate Admission
Potential students are encouraged to consult with their respective academic department regarding the admission process before
making a formal UW application.
F. Undergraduate Non-Degree Student
1. Must complete and submit a Non-Degree Student application.
Applicants must submit the UW graduate application and the
nonrefundable application processing fee. One set of official transcripts must be sent directly to the UW Admissions Office from
each previous collegiate institution.
2. Transcripts and test scores are not required for non-degree
status.
3. Non-degree students may enroll in a maximum of 7 credit hours per semester (maximum of two courses). Only 12 credit
hours taken in this status may be used towards a UW degree.
Domestic applicants must have completed at least a bachelor’s
degree from a regionally accredited institution. International transcripts will be evaluated for accreditation and U.S. degree equivalency. International applicants must have completed at least a degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s. All applicants should have at
least a 3.0 cumulative GPA (scale of 4.0).
4. Admission with non-degree status is not available to international students or students on suspension.
5. Students admitted with non-degree status are assessed tuition and fees at the same tuition rate as degree-seeking students.
Applicants whose department requires the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) must request official scores be sent to the Admissions Office directly from the Educational Testing Service (ETS).
The University of Wyoming’s institution code with ETS is 4855. A
score of at least 150 on the verbal reasoning section and a score of
at least 141 on the quantitative reasoning section is required, (for
doctoral programs a score of at least 153 on the verbal reasoning
section and a score of at least 144 on the quantitative reasoning
section is required). Students can occasionally be admitted provisionally with lower test scores.
6. Students admitted with non-degree status do not qualify to
receive financial aid.
Undergraduate Transfer Students
College transfer students with 30 or more transferable semester
credit hours must have a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade point average for admission to UW. College students interested in transferring to UW should go online to www.uwyo.edu/transfer.
Applicants who have taken college-level course work and desire
to transfer to the University of Wyoming should apply for admission and have one official transcript from each previously attended
college or university sent directly to the Admissions Office. Course
work from regionally accredited institutions will be accepted as
transfer credit if substantially equivalent to courses offered by UW.
The university accepts only academic courses in the study of reli-
Some departments may require scores from the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), rather than the GRE, with a
minimum score of 500.
Please note that some departments require higher GRE/GMAT
scores than what is required by the Admissions Office.
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Letters of recommendation may also be required by some departments.
15th. All applicants are required to take the Law School Admission
Test (LSAT) and register with the Law School Admission Council at
www.lsac.org or (215) 968-1001 at Box 2001, Newton, PA 189400981.
Additionally, international student applicants for whom English is not the native language must furnish scores from the Test of
English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the International English
Language Testing System (IELTS), ELS Language Centers or other
approved tests of English proficiency. The minimum paper TOEFL
score acceptable for full admission is 540. This corresponds to the
Internet-based TOEFL of 76. The minimum IELTS score for full
admission is 6.0. Other approved tests will be acceptable at the level of the TOEFL score. Official scores must be sent directly from the
testing agency (i.e. TOEFL scores must be sent from ETS). As with
the GRE/GMAT scores, departments may require a higher level of
English proficiency than what is required by the Admissions Office.
School of Pharmacy Admission
Admission to the preprofessional pharmacy program is through
the university admission process described previously.
Admission to the professional curriculum leading to the entrylevel professional Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree is granted by the Dean of the School of Pharmacy upon the advice of the
School of Pharmacy Student Affairs Committee. The application
process requires that students apply to the School of Pharmacy using Pharm CAS, for more information about Pharm CAS log on to
www.Pharmcas.org. The application deadline is November 1st for
admission. Admission to the professional program is limited and
competitive. For further information, contact the School of Pharmacy, Dept. 3375, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82071;
(307) 766-6132.
Graduate applicants should contact the respective academic
departments for questions concerning application status, degree
program requirements, deadlines, and supplemental application
materials they may require.
To obtain graduate, non-degree status, an application, $50 fee,
and transcripts must be submitted to the Admissions Office. Only
12 credit hours taken with non-degree status may apply toward a
graduate degree pending approval by the student’s graduate committee. This 12-credit-hour rule may be decreased if prior courses
were reserved for graduate credit or transfer hours are going to be
used on the program of study.
International Student Admission
The University of Wyoming will admit international students
who meet admission requirements. To apply for admission, go
to the UW web site at www.uwyo.edu/international. Application
deadlines for international students are June 1 for fall semester,
November 1 for spring semester, and April 1 for summer session.
The student application fee, all official transcripts, and proof of
English proficiency must be received before the application will be
processed. Contact the UW Admissions office (307) 766-5160 for
more information
Please note that non-degree students are not eligible for student financial aid. Non-degree graduate students deciding to pursue a degree must apply to and be accepted by their respective
graduate program and the Admissions Office.
WWAMI Medical Education Program
Students admitted with graduate standing may elect to take any
undergraduate or graduate courses for which they are prepared,
subject to restrictions as outlined in the University Catalog. However, tuition will be assessed at the graduate level for all courses
taken with graduate status. Admission to graduate study does not
automatically make a student a candidate for an advanced degree.
WWAMI is a contract program between the University of Wyoming and the University of Washington for medical education.
Admission is twofold. Applicants must be certified residents of
Wyoming. To be eligible for certification, the applicant or parent or
guardian must be a legal resident of the State of Wyoming for five
continuous years immediately prior to enrolling at the University
of Washington. Applications for certification are located at www.
uwyo.edu/wwami and are due no later than October 15 of the year
preceding the anticipated start date of medical school. Participants
must either pay back the money expended on their behalf plus interest or practice medicine in Wyoming for three years. Applicants
must apply to the University of Washington School of Medicine
through the usual procedures. Admission to the medical school
is subject to criteria established by the University of Washington.
Information and residency applications may be obtained from the
College of Health Sciences, Preprofessional Advising Office, Dept.
3432, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82071; (307) 7666704 or (307) 766-3499.
Note: Students working toward a second bachelor’s degree are
not considered graduate students and are subject to all undergraduate regulations.
College of Law Admission
Admission to the professional curriculum of law is granted by
the College of Law Admissions Committee. Except in very unusual
circumstances, applicants to the College of Law must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. The College
of Law reserves the right to restrict the number of entering students to a class size consistent with its facilities and its educational
objectives. Additional information and requirements are provided
in the College of Law Bulletin. A UW College of Law application
for admission must be submitted to the College of Law by March
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General Information
Abandonment of Classes
qualifications and information. An initial fee of $80.00 is required
to sit for each examination. Upon successful completion of an examination, the credit will be posted to the student’s academic records. Applications for departmental credit by examination are
available in the Office of the Registrar. Eligibility approval must be
received from the Office of the Registrar prior to taking the exam.
Failure to attend class or pay tuition and fees does not constitute
withdrawal. Students who do not officially withdraw or drop their
classes through the Office of the Registrar will be assessed full tuition and fees. WyoWeb may be used to drop all classes through the
end of the drop time period. After the end of the drop time period,
students must officially withdraw from the university through the
Dean of Students Office. Financial aid recipients who withdraw or
reduce credit hours must consult with a financial aid counselor regarding repayment of financial aid funds if applicable.
Disability Support Services
Students who need to review the accessibility of classrooms or
who anticipate needing class-related accommodations due to physical, cognitive, or psychological disabilities should contact University Disability Support Services. Early notification and application
for assistance is encouraged to ensure that services are provided in
a timely manner. Contact University Disability Support Services,
SEO [(307) 766-6189, TTY: (307) 766-3073]
Some academic departments may drop students from individual
classes if the students do not attend the first class meeting. Refer to
any notes at the beginning of department class listings.
Changes in College, Major, or Adviser
Forms to change college, major, adviser, or graduate standing
or to declare a minor may be obtained from an adviser, the Office
of the Registrar, or online at the Registrar’s web site. The student
is responsible for obtaining all necessary signatures and returning
the form to the Office of the Registrar.
Employee Registration
Eligible employees of the university are allowed to enroll in university credit courses as part of the tuition and fees remission program. Approval by the immediate supervisor or appointing authority is required. The appropriate forms must be secured in advance
of the intended registration date and are issued from the Human
Resources Department only. Faculty and staff enrolling for courses
are expected to conform to established procedures and regulations
pertaining to admission and registration (see UW Regulations
4-174 and 4-175).
Correspondence Courses
Students interested in earning credit through correspondence
study courses should consult the Correspondence Study, 340 Wyoming Hall, (307) 766-5631. Tuition is $94.00 per semester hour for
both residents and nonresidents. A student is allowed nine months
from the date of enrollment for completion of a correspondence
study course. These courses are not eligible for financial aid.
Financial Aid Reminders
The Office of Student Financial Aid coordinates all student financial assistance available at UW. Available aid includes scholarships, grants (Federal Pell, Federal SEOG, Federal TEACH), loans
(Federal Perkins, Federal Direct, and Federal Direct PLUS loans),
and employment (Federal Work-Study).
Course Levels
University courses are distinguished by numbers indicating levels of instruction as follows:
0000-0999 Preparatory courses (non-credit)
1000-2999 Primarily for freshmen and sophomores
3000-4999 Primarily for juniors and seniors
5000-5999 Primarily for graduate students
6000-6999 Law, Pharm.D., and WWAMI courses
Prerequisites are the primary factor which normally govern
whether or not a student may enroll for any particular course.
However, individual departments and/or colleges may place additional restrictions on course enrollments (e.g., enrollment may be
restricted by student classification). Refer to the University Catalog
for all prerequisites. Law courses are normally open only to students approved for the law program.
The Student Financial Aid office will help all qualified applicants
to secure aid, but resources are limited. All students who apply for
financial assistance are expected to work and to save a major portion of their earnings to apply against their educational expenses.
Aid is offered first to those applicants whose materials are completed and received by March 1 prior to the academic year for which
aid is sought. Federal Pell Grants, Federal TEACH Grants, SMART
Grants and Federal Stafford Loans are available to qualified applicants throughout the year.
Prospective students seeking scholarships should send an application for admission, the nonrefundable application fee, and a copy
of their current high school or college transcript to the UW Admissions Office by December 10. Students who have attended another
college must have that college submit an academic transcript to the
UW Admissions Office.
Credit by Examination
The University of Wyoming recognizes the fact that students
are from varying levels of society, have different backgrounds and
schooling, and therefore possess dissimilar levels of preparation.
In recognition of these factors, the university has developed a departmental credit-by-examination program. Students must be currently enrolled in order to qualify for a credit by exam. Students
may not seek credit by exam for a course they are currently enrolled
in or auditing, or for a course they have previously enrolled in for
credit or audit. Please refer to the University Catalog for further
Students seeking financial aid or assistance based on their financial need must submit a Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) directly to the federal student aid program processor.
UW recommends filing the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov in
January prior to the next academic year. Final responsibility for
ensuring that all required documents are received in a timely manner rests with the applicant.
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Enrollment Requirements
semester. Students not meeting either of the first two requirements
listed above will be automatically placed on financial aid warning. Financial aid warning provides an opportunity for students
to correct deficiencies and re-establish compliance with the SAP
standards. Students have until the end of the succeeding semester
to correct their SAP problem. Students remain eligible for federal
financial aid during the financial aid warning. At the end of the
warning period, the student will either be:
Most scholarships require the recipient to be enrolled full-time.
Hathaway Scholarships are available to students enrolled half-time
(6 hours a semester). Federal Pell Grants, Federal TEACH Grants
and veteran’s benefits may be pro-rated for part-time enrollment.
Pell Grant amounts will be adjusted for changes in enrollment
only through the end of the drop/add period. Federal Direct Loans
may only be borrowed by students enrolled for at least half time (a
minimum of 6 hours for undergraduate and pharmacy students; a
minimum of 4.5 hours for law and graduate students). Federal Pell
Grants and Federal SEOG Grants are available to undergraduate
students who have not completed the requirements for their first
undergraduate degree. Generally, Federal aid is not available for
UW Correspondence Study, for continuous registration hours, or
for audit hours. For details, ask a financial aid adviser.
• Removed from warning status because all three components
of the SAP policy are now met; or
• Suspended from receiving assistance from federal sources
and will receive a Financial Aid Suspension notification via
WyoWeb and email.
Suspended students are no longer eligible for federal financial
aid until they have taken classes, using their own funding, and have
raised their cumulative GPA or completion rate to meet the SAP
standards. Suspended students may appeal their financial aid suspension. To do so a student must submit their appeal no later than
the end of the “Drop/Add” period of the semester for which the appeal is submitted by providing the Office of Student Financial Aid
with a signed SAP Appeal Form explaining why he/she should not
be suspended. A student may appeal due to mitigating or extenuating circumstances that could not be influenced, planned for, or
prevented by the student (e.g., hospitalization, prolonged illness,
death in the immediate family). Documentation verifying the situation is required and must accompany the appeal. The outcome of a
student’s appeal depends upon why the student failed to make SAP,
how well that is documented, and what has changed in the student’s
situation that would allow the student to demonstrate SAP at the
next evaluation. An appeal may be approved only if the school: 1)
has determined that the student will be able to meet SAP standards
after the subsequent payment period; or 2) develops an academic
plan with the student that, if followed, will ensure that the student
is able to meet SAP standards by a specific point in time. The SAP
Appeal Form is available on-line at the Office of Student Financial
Aid’s web-site, www.uwyo.edu/sfa for downloading and printing or
directly from the Office. Contact the Office of Student Financial Aid
for more information regarding SAP.
Eligibility Requirements
To receive federal financial aid (such as Federal Pell and Federal
SEOG grants, Federal Work-Study, Federal Perkins, Federal Direct
[subsidized or unsubsidized], and Federal Direct PLUS loans) students must meet the following conditions and provide supporting
documentation when requested to do so: have a high school diploma or its equivalent, be enrolled in an elementary or a secondary
school, be enrolled in a degree program, be a U.S. citizen or eligible
non-citizen, have a demonstrated financial need if required, maintain reasonable academic progress, not be in default on a federal
student loan or owe an overpayment of a federal grant at any institution (or, if so, have made satisfactory arrangements to repay
or otherwise resolve the overpayment or default), not have borrowed in excess of the annual or aggregate loan limits of a federal
loan program (loan borrowers only), agree to use funds received
only for educational costs, register with the Selective Service if required, and not have had federal financial aid benefits suspended
as result of a drug conviction. Aid recipients must make satisfactory academic progress toward their degree to receive federal aid.
Academic progress is checked once a year following the end of the
spring semester.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Federal regulations require the University of Wyoming to establish satisfactory academic progress standards for student financial
aid recipients. These standards at the University of Wyoming are
called “Satisfactory Academic Progress” or “SAP.” The University of Wyoming standards of SAP measure a student’s academic
performance both qualitatively and quantitatively by reviewing
the following three areas of performance: completion rate for
all (cumulative) UW and transfer coursework, cumulative grade
point average (Cum GPA) earned and the maximum time frame to
complete a degree. Failure to comply with any one of the following
requirements will result in a loss of federal student aid eligibility:
• The minimum CUM GPA for undergraduates and professional
students (J.D. or Pharm.D.) is 2.000. For graduate students,
the minimum CUM GPA is 3.000;
• Each student must complete at least 67% of all credit hours
attempted cumulatively at all colleges attended;
• Undergraduate and graduate students must complete graduation requirements in no more than 150% of the average
length of their program. Typically this is 180 credit hours for
most undergraduate degree programs.
Funds Distribution
Each student who registers has his or her own student account
with the university. Once a qualified student has registered for
classes and has accepted their award(s) on WyoWeb, the Office of
Student Financial Aid will authorize the electronic transfer of financial aid funds to the student’s individual account at the university.
Federal Direct loans are made by the Department of Education. They electronically transfer loan proceeds to the university for
direct deposit to student accounts. Federal Direct Loan amounts
may be reduced by amounts up to 4 percent to be retained by the
Department of Education as origination and guarantee fees. Firsttime borrowers of Federal student loans must participate in entrance loan counseling (Web presentation). All student loan borrowers must participate in an exit loan interview (on the Web) prior
to leaving UW.
Federal Work-Study funds are paid as payroll checks twice a
month. Payroll checks may direct deposited or mailed.
The university will automatically charge a student’s account for
Satisfactory Academic Progress is reviewed at the end of every
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tuition and fees based on the student’s enrollment. This will be a
subtraction entry. Likewise, if a student is living in a university residence hall, room and board charges will be placed on the student’s
account.
ate and Law students to the benefits indicated above regarding fulltime undergraduate students. Graduate and Law students enrolled
for fewer than 9 but at least 4.5 semester hours may apply for federal student loans.
Any financial aid credited to a student’s account will automatically pay tuition and fees and then charges for room and board in
UW residence halls. Unless directed otherwise by answering the
Title IV form on WyoWeb, any remainder will be applied to other university charges (but not short-term loans or UW Bookstore
charges). If a balance is showing on the student’s account, the student must pay the amount owed. If a credit results, a “credit balance refund” will appear on the student’s account when the refund
amount has been processed. The refund will be disbursed according to the student’s preference on UWCowboyCard.com. Refund
processing begins the week prior to the start of a new term and
continues throughout the term.
Undergraduate and Pharm.D. students enrolled for fewer than
12 but at least 6 semester hours and graduate students enrolled
for fewer than 9 but at least 4.5 semester hours will be charged
for the Part-Time Benefit Package which entitles them to all the
privileges of a full fee-paying student, as listed above. Graduate and
Law students enrolled for fewer than 9 hours who choose to retain
the Part-Time Benefit Package will have their enrollment verified
as “full time” to non-university entities for insurance documents.
Other enrollment verifications for these students will reflect their
actual enrollment level.
Graduate students who have completed all course work for a
master’s degree and are working full time on their thesis (which
must be certified by the student’s academic adviser or department
head in writing to the Office of the Registrar) may register for 1
semester hour and become eligible to purchase the Optional Fee
Package, thereby becoming eligible for enrollment verification as
“full time” for needs such as student loan deferments and insurance
documents. Other enrollment verifications for these students will
reflect their actual enrollment level. These students are not eligible
to borrow federal student loans.
A scholarship awarded for the academic year will be split into
two equal payments to the recipient’s student account with one to
be paid at the beginning of each semester unless the donor or selection committee specifically directs that it be paid differently.
Students enrolled in a domestic or international exchange program or a study abroad program approved by UW for academic
credit are eligible to apply for federal student financial assistance.
Likewise, students concurrently enrolled in classes at two or more
eligible institutions of post-secondary education may apply for
federal aid. A special consortium agreement between institutions
must be completed prior to each semester a concurrently enrolled
student seeks aid.
Graduate students who have completed their preliminary examination for a doctoral degree and are working full-time on their
dissertation (which must be certified by the student’s academic adviser or department head in writing to the Office of the Registrar)
may register for 1 semester hour and become eligible to purchase
the Optional Fee Package, thereby becoming eligible for enrollment
verification as “full time” for needs such as student loan deferments
and insurance documents. Other enrollment verifications for these
students will reflect their actual enrollment level. These students
are not eligible to borrow federal student loans.
Information describing available aid, award criteria, rights and
responsibilities of aid recipients, costs of attendance, refund and
repayment policies, and schedules is available online at www.uwyo.
edu/sfa.
Financial aid policies are subject to change without notice to reflect modifications in federal, state and institutional laws and regulations.
The Optional Fee Package must be purchased by the last day of
the registration period.
Full-Time Status
Grade Reporting
Undergraduate and Pharm.D. students enrolled for at least 12
semester hours are considered full-time students. This status entitles students to full benefits including admission privileges to
cultural affairs, university theatre productions, and to intercollegiate athletic games, services of the Student Health Service and
Wyoming Union, participation in the university short-term student
loan program, access to the university microcomputer pods, membership in the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming
(ASUW) and participation in its activities, and participation in the
university’s intramural and open recreation programs.
Instructors of all courses numbered below 5000 must submit
midterm grades online. A grade of P (pass) will be assigned to those
students performing at a C level or higher. A UK (unknown) may
be assigned if an instructor is unable to make a determination of a
midsemester grade due to lack of performance assessments such
as exams, papers, homework, etc. Since midterm grades are not
recorded on the permanent academic record, changes will not be
made to them if an error has been made. The Office of the Registrar does not mail hard copies of midterm or final grades. Students
may obtain both midterm and final grades via WyoWeb. Official
transcripts contain final grades and may be requested through the
Office of the Registrar or on WyoWeb.
Undergraduate and Pharm.D. students enrolled for at least 12
semester hours of credit will have their enrollment verified as “full
time” to non-university entities for student loan deferments, insurance documents, veterans benefits, and similar programs.
Auditing a Course
The privilege of non-credit enrollment in a class is available,
upon approval of the adviser and the instructor, to any university
student. The auditing privilege is subject to the same fee
schedule as credit courses. Auditors are expected to attend
class regularly and complete such graded work as required by the
instructor. It is the responsibility of the student to determine and
fulfill the requirements for a satisfactory audit. Though this au-
Note: Correspondence courses are not officially posted to a student’s record until grades have been received in the registrar’s office, and the hours are not included in determining a student’s fulltime status until grades have been posted.
Graduate and Law students enrolled for at least 9 semester
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diting privilege carries full rights of class participation,
it definitely offers no academic credit, does not count toward full- or part-time status, and will result in a mark of satisfactory (S) or unsatisfactory (U). Subsequent credit for the course
by special examination is not available.
Mathematics Placement
Prerequisites
While some prerequisites are included in the class listings, all
students are responsible for referring to the University Catalog to
verify all prerequisites for a course. Some departments will administratively drop students from a class for which they do not have the
necessary prerequisites.
All UW math courses have carefully stated prerequisites. The
Department of Mathematics considers adherence to these prerequisites essential in assuring that each student has the best possible
opportunity for academic success. In accordance with this policy,
all students registering for a math course will have their records
checked in order to determine whether the prerequisite is satisfied.
A computerized prerequisite check is run approximately two weeks
prior to the start of the fall and spring semesters. Students who
early register for a math course but have not satisfied the prerequisites at the time of the check will be automatically dropped from
the course.
Removal of “I” (Incomplete) Marks
Prerequisites may be satisfied in the following ways:
Repeat Courses
Students who have “I” (incomplete) marks recorded should
make arrangements with instructors to complete the required work
and have an “I” removal form filed in the Office of the Registrar.
Under the provisions of UW Regulation 6-720, “I” marks revert to
failing grades if not removed within authorized time limits (normally 120 days after the end of the semester). The provisions of this
regulation apply equally to graduate and undergraduate students.
Students should not re-register in a course for “I” removal purposes.
All grade entries remain on the student’s record, but only the last
grade earned will be calculated in the UW cumulative GPA. Courses
applied towards one completed degree may be repeated as part of
a second degree; however, the grade and grade point average in the
original degree will not be changed. When repeating a course which
has variable credit, a student must have written confirmation from
the instructor and department head verifying that the course being
taken for a repeat is identical to the previously taken course and
that it is allowable for the student to use this course as a repeat
course. A student is limited to a maximum of three (3) attempts in
any course at the University of Wyoming. An “attempt” includes
any instance in which the student earns a grade for the course or
withdraws from the course. The three-attempt limit does not apply
to courses identified in the University Catalog as being appropriate for students to take multiple times. A student can petition for
exceptions to this limitation through established university procedures (UW Regulation 8-238).
1. Passing the Math Placement Exam (MPE) at the appropriate
level within one year prior to the start of the course.
2. Receiving a sufficiently high ACT composite math score or SAT
quantitative score of 600 or above within the last three years.
3. Passing a prerequisite course with at least a C. High school
courses and out-of-state non-credit courses are not counted as
prerequisites. However, certain Wyoming community college
courses will be considered.
Questions about math placement can be addressed to the Center for Advising on Math Placement (CAMP), 222 Ross Hall, (307)
766-6577, or visit the Mathematics Department website at www.
math.uwyo.edu.
National Student Exchange (NSE)
NSE is a cooperative exchange program that provides an opportunity for students to capitalize on areas of academic specialization
and strength. Exchange is made through a cooperative effort between institutions with the assurance of credit transferability. The
university currently has an agreement with more than 175 American colleges and universities. Students interested in the National
Student Exchange Program should contact International Student
Services, 241 Knight Hall, (307) 766-5193 or check out www.nse.
org.
Reserving Courses for Graduate Credit
Undergraduate students taking graduate level courses which
are not in any way a part of their undergraduate degree program
have the option of later using such courses for purposes beyond
the bachelor’s degree requirements. Students need to first analyze
their own circumstances and needs. If a student intends to pursue a graduate degree or needs courses noted on a transcript as
“Reserved for Graduate Credit” for job classification (e.g., advancement on teacher salary schedules), the student should file the appropriate petition obtainable from the Office of the Registrar. The
deadline for such petitions is by mid-term of the semester in which
the course(s) is taken.
Parking Information
Students may bring motor vehicles to the campus, but they are
subject to traffic and parking regulations as designated by the university and Laramie city ordinances. If a student intends to utilize
university parking areas, motor vehicles, including motorcycles and
motorbikes, either owned or operated by a student must be registered at the time of enrollment or within 24 hours after bringing the
vehicle to Laramie. Please contact the Transportation and Parking
Services for the registration amount. Shuttle lots are located on the
east end of campus.
Senior Citizen Enrollment
Wyoming senior citizens age 65 and older who have been admitted to the University of Wyoming may enroll in university courses
on a space- available basis at no cost upon presentation of evidence
of age and Wyoming residency to the Admissions Office prior to
the beginning of the term in which classes will be taken. Standard
tuition and fees will not be assessed; however, special fees which
are required in selected courses are not waived and must be paid
by the student. Additional student benefits are not available under
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International Student Exchange Program
the senior citizen policy. However, full-time senior citizen students
wishing to receive student benefits may enroll and pay regular university tuition and fees. Scheduled Outreach School classes which
meet minimum enrollment requirements are included in the courses available to senior citizens without cost. Senior citizens should
consult the associate director of admissions, 140 Knight Hall, (307)
766-5160, prior to the payment of fees.
University of Wyoming students may earn academic credit
through participation in an international exchange. Hundreds of
exchange sites are available to UW students. Students considering
an exchange should consult with International Programs Office,
(307) 766-1121.
Transcripts
WyoOne Campus I.D. Cards
Official transcripts of UW academic work are available at the
registrar’s office. There is no charge for transcripts. Please allow
1-2 days for processing. Same-day transcript service is available for
$10 (limit 2). Federal law requires a student’s signature before a
transcript can be released or that the transcript be requested via
WyoWeb. All financial obligations to the university must also be
satisfied before transcripts are released. For further information,
contact the Office of the Registrar at (307) 766-5515.
The ID card, also referred to as the WyoOne card, is the official
identification card for the University of Wyoming. Students access
their library privileges, residence hall, meal plan, check writing
verification, recreational gymnasiums, athletic events and other
areas with their WyoOne card. The WyoOne card may also be used
as a debit card to make purchases on campus. Main campus students need to obtain an ID card early in the first semester of enrollment. Outreach students may obtain an ID card encoded “Outreach
Student”. ID cards are available at the WyoOne Office, 28 Knight
Hall.
University Bookstore
The University Bookstore is a self-supporting university-owned
organization which was founded in 1921. It provides students,
faculty and staff members, and campus visitors with a variety of
products and services. In order to fulfill its primary mission, the
bookstore stocks new and used textbooks, general books, school
supplies, office products, educationally-priced computer software,
and art and engineering supplies. As a convenience the bookstore
also stocks additional items like gifts, insignia sportswear, greeting cards, candy, and sundries. Services the bookstore provides
include bookbinding, a special order book service, cap and gown
rental, complimentary gift wrapping, a used book buy-back program, postage stamps, and UPS and FAX services.
Student Classifications and Codes
FR
Freshman - less than 30 hours
SO
Sophomore - 30 through 59 hours
JR
Junior - 60 through 89 hours
SR
Senior - 90+ hours
SPU Special Undergraduate - no degree objective
SB
Second bachelors – degree-holders seeking a second
undergraduate degree
HSN High school guest - high school seniors concurrently
The bookstore is located on the main level of the Wyoming
Union. Hours of operation during the academic year are: 7:30 am 5 pm Monday through Friday, 10 am - 2 pm Saturday, and 9 am to
30 minutes prior to kickoff on Saturdays with home football games.
For additional information please call (307) 766-3264 or visit our
web site at www.uwyobookstore.com.
registered at the university
NDS Non-degree seeking undergraduate student
NON Postbaccalaureate student not pursuing a degree
DR
Doctoral student admitted to degree candidacy
LW1 Law student (professional) first year
LW2 Law student (professional) second year
LW3 Law student (professional) third year
MD1 Medical student (professional) first year
PH1 Pharm.D. (professional level) first year (0-33 hrs)
PH2 Pharm.D. (professional level) second year (34-69 hrs)
PH3 Pharm.D. (professional level) third year (70-104 hrs)
PH4 Pharm.D. (professional level) fourth year (104+ hrs)
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Veterans Benefits
Graduate and Law Veterans:
Full-time
Students who have served in the armed forces may be allowed
credit for courses taken in some military schools. Students who desire to apply for UW credit for classes taken at a military school
should submit a copy of the CCAF Transcript, ACE Transcript,
SMART Transcript, or DD-214 Form or its equivalent to the Office
of the Registrar. Individual colleges will determine whether such
courses will be applicable to degree programs. All veterans seeking
educational benefits must register with the veterans’ certification
specialist in the Office of Student Financial Aid, 174 Knight Hall,
766-2424. This includes completing a veteran’s registration card
each semester. Those veterans not completing a veteran’s registration card by the last day of the late registration period will be
dropped from VA educational assistance at the university.
¾ time
½ time
Less than
½ time
*The final responsibility for seeing that the veterans’ certification specialist has a certification from the Office of the Registrar
rests with the student. It must be received by the last day of scheduled registration.
If any portion of a veteran’s schedule is composed of courses
which are less than the full semester in length (i.e., short courses,
workshops, blocked courses), the rate of benefit payment may be
affected. For questions or concerns contact the veterans certification specialist in the Office of Student Financial Aid, 174 Knight
Hall, (307) 766-2424.
Class load requirements for veterans:
Undergraduate and Pharm.D.Veterans:
Full-time
¾ time
½ time
Less than
½ time
9 or more graduate credit hours or certification
by the Office of the Registrar*
at least 7 but fewer than 9 graduate credit hours
or certification the Office of the Registrar*
at least 4.5 but fewer than 7 graduate credit
hours
registration credit-hour fee reimbursement only
12 or more credit hours
at least 9 but fewer than 12 hours
at least 6 but fewer than 9 hours
registration credit-hour fee reimbursement only
Withdrawal from a class or classes could reduce a veteran’s benefits for that term. For details contact the veterans’ certification
specialist in the Office of Student Financial Aid.
Check your Grades on WyoWeb
Your midterm and final grades will be available on WyoWeb as soon as they are
submitted by your instructor.
They may be found on the “Student Resources” tab, in the “Student Grades” channel.
Spring 2013 midterm grades are due on March 13th and final grades are due May 16th.
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Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
Credit Balance Refunds
Semester Tuition & Fee Schedule 2013-14
Student credit balances are refunded using an electronic process.
Any financial aid credited to a student’s account will automatically
pay tuition and fees and then charges for room and board in UW
residence halls. Unless directed otherwise by answering the Title IV
form on WyoWeb, any remainder will be applied to other university
charges (but not short-term loans or UW Bookstore charges). If a
balance is showing on the student’s account, the student must pay
the amount owed. If a credit results, a “credit balance check” charge
will appear on the student’s account when the refund amount has
been processed. Refunds will be disbursed according to the refund
preference selection made by the student on UWCowboyCard.com.
Refund processing begins the week prior to the start of a new term
and continues throughout the term. For more information on the
refund process, please contact the Accounts Receivable Office, 250
Knight Hall.
(Subject to change)
The University of Wyoming semester fee schedules are shown
below. Different fees are applicable for summer school as published
in the Summer Bulletin. The University Trustees and the university
administration reserve the right to change the amounts for tuition
and fees at any time.
Undergraduate students enrolled for 12 or more hours are considered to be attending full-time. At the graduate level, 9 hours is
considered full-time and less than 9 hours is classified as part-time.
Fees do not include special fees. Undergraduate and graduate student fees were not available at the time of publication. Please refer
to the Accounts Receivable web site for fee information.
Stafford Loans - UW will receive its student loan money for students in one electronic transfer of funds. Funds will be electronically credited to each student borrower’s account at the university.
Tuition and fee charges (and other university charges when authorized by students) will be deducted and any remaining funds will be
refunded per the procedure described in the previous paragraph.
Any amount owed the university will be retained from the student
loan prior to any funds being released to the student, regardless of
payment plans.
Billing and Payment of Tuition and Fees
All university charges are due prior to 4pm Friday,
January 18, 2013. Students who are unable to pay the entire
amount by the first day of class may confirm their registration
by making a payment of one-third the total amount due on their
student account. This payment will automatically place a student
into the University’s Institutional Payment Plan which has payment
due dates of 4pm February 22, 2013 and 4pm March 29, 2013. An
enrollment fee of $15.00 will be added to the student’s account
each semester they are enrolled in the plan. Students who fail to
pay in full or make the registration confirmation payment prior to
the close of business Friday January 18, 2013 will have their classes
dropped; this deadline will be strictly enforced. Students
owing $100.00 or less will not be placed in the payment plan or
dropped. Offered and accepted financial aid in an amount equal
to or greater than the required payment amount will be treated
as a payment on the plan. Please check your My Account channel
on WyoWeb to determine the amount due or contact Accounts
Receivable at (307) 766-6232.
Charges for a course delivered by Outreach Credit Programs are
due approximately one month before the first day of the class or
upon enrollment, whichever occurs later. As with other university
classes, confirmation of registration may be made by making a onethird payment by the deadline (and automatic enrollment in the
University’s Institutional Payment Plan) or with accepted financial
aid in an amount equal to or greater than the required payment
amount. Please contact Outreach Credit Programs for details and for exact deadline dates.
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Undergraduate
Tuition (per credit hour)
Fees (full-time students)
Resident
$ 106.00
$ 548.94
Nonresident
$ 413.00
$ 548.94
Graduate
Tuition (per credit hour)
Fees (full-time students)
Resident
$ 206.00
$ 548.94
Nonresident
$ 602.00
$ 548.94
Law
Tuition (per credit hour)
Fees (full-time students)
Resident
$ 411.00
$ 548.94
Nonresident
$ 851.00
$ 548.94
MBA
Tuition (per credit hour)
Fees (full-time students)
Resident
$ 529.00
$ 548.94
Nonresident
$ 787.00
$ 548.94
Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
Tuition (per credit hour)
Fees (full-time students)
Resident
$ 379.00
$ 548.94
Nonresident
$ 781.00
$ 548.94
Nursing (DNP)
Tuition (per credit hour)
Fees (full-time students)
Resident
$ 298.00
$ 548.94
Nonresident
$ 615.00
$ 548.94
Computing Fee
The computer fee is specified for the support of the computer
education environment in the college in which the student is majoring.
Please refer to the Accounts Receivable web site for fee information.
Tuition Waiver
If an employee, spouse of an employee, or cooperating agency
waiver is used for payment of tuition and/or fees, the waiver must
be submitted early enough to ensure an approved waiver is received
by Accounts Receivable prior to the first day of the semester. Waivers will not be posted to the student’s account until after the drop/
add period.
Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
Financial Holds
Student Medical Insurance
A student failing to pay fees, charges, fines, penalties, deposits,
or short-term loans as prescribed by the Trustees of the University of Wyoming shall be denied registration at the university and
denied copies of academic transcripts and/or diplomas until such
fees, charges, fines, penalties, deposits, or short-term loans are
paid in full. A 10-day wait is required before a student loan hold
can be removed if the debt is paid with a personal check. Contact
Accounts Receivable or the Student Financial Operations Office in
Knight Hall for information regarding financial holds.
The university makes available a basic Student Medical Insurance policy for all eligible students. Eligibility is determined by status and credit hour load – undergraduates taking 6 or more credit
hours and graduates taking 4.5 or more.
Each enrolling student will be required, as part of the
registration process, to make a Student Medical Insurance selection. If the eligible student selects “YES” to the question, the premium will be assessed on the student’s account. If the
student selects “NO,” they will not be assessed for the premium.
Part-time students who select “yes” for health insurance will also be
assessed for the Part-time Student Benefit Package. Student medical insurance is mandatory for international students.
Refunds/Cancellations
Tuition and course fees will be canceled or refunded to a student
who officially drops a class or classes, withdraws from the university
through the Dean of Students Office or changes enrollment status
(i.e. non-resident to resident; full-time to part-time) in accordance
with the institutional refund schedule below.
Graduate student taking fewer than 4.5 credit hours may petition for eligibility to purchase the part-time student benefit package. Those graduate students who successfully petition for the benefit-package may enroll in the Student Medical Insurance program
only by contacting the Student Medical Insurance Office.
No tuition penalty will be assessed for dropping and adding
during the drop/add period identified in the term’s Class Schedule
unless all classes are dropped or an all-school withdrawal is processed. Students who withdraw from individual courses after the
end of the drop/add period will have their charges canceled in accordance with the institutional refund schedule.
For questions regarding the Student Medical Insurance program, contact the Student Medical Insurance Advocate (248 Knight
Hall) at (307) 766-3025 between 8 a.m. and noon weekdays.
Part-time Student Benefit Package
Mandatory fees, late registration fees, and service fees are not
refundable.
The Part-time Student Benefit Package includes the same benefits as those afforded full-time students including, but not limited
to, the use of Student Health Services, use of recreation facilities,
and the opportunity to apply for Short-term Emergency Student
Loans.
The portion of tuition refund/cancellation is computed from the
first day of the term, not from the class meeting pattern. If a student’s initial registration includes blocked classes or short courses
that begin at a later date, the refund/cancellation will still be computed from the first day of the term. If a student’s initial registration occurs during an approved late registration period, the date for
computing a refund/cancellation will be the first day of the term.
To qualify for the part-time student benefit package, undergraduate students must be enrolled in 6.0 to 11.5 hours; graduate
students must be enrolled in 4.5 to 8.5 hours. Students who chose
to purchase the UW insurance and meet the required hours will
be charged the part-time student benefit package. Graduate students taking less than half-time hours may fill out a petition for the
part-time student benefit package (form available in Accounts Receivable). For all questions regarding the Part-time Student Benefit
Package, contact Accounts Receivable (250 Knight Hall) at (307)
766-6232.
Examples of these calculations are available in the Accounts Receivable office.
Courses delivered through the Outreach School through Outreach Credit programs may be subject to different refund policies.
Please visit the Outreach School web site at www.uwyo.edu/outreach/ocp or call (800)448-7801 for information.
Visitor’s Fee
Spring 2013 Refund Schedule
January 14 - January 24, 2013
January 25 - February 4, 2013
February 5 - February 11, 2013
February 12 - February 18, 2013
February 19 - February 25, 2013
February 26 - March 4, 2013
After March 5, 2013
Individuals who are not otherwise enrolled at the university and
who are not university employees may visit classes taught as part
of a university course. The privilege of visiting a class entitles the
visitor to a seat in the class and the privilege of listening without
class participation rights. The visitor receives no regular credit and
subsequent credit by examination is not available.
100%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
0%
A visitor’s card may be purchased in the Office of the Registrar
(West Wing of Knight Hall) for $25.00 per course. Approval of the
respective instructor is required. Visitor’s cards are not available
until the first day of classes.
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Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
Federal Return of Funds Policy
The date of a student’s withdrawal from UW will be the date of
the student’s notification to the Dean of Students Office of an intent
to withdraw. When a student fails to officially withdraw from UW,
it will be assumed that the withdrawal date is the midpoint of the
semester or the last date of documented academic activity.
• If aid already disbursed is equal to earned aid, no further action is required.
• If aid already disbursed is less than earned aid, additional aid
may be offered to the student after he or she withdraws.
• If aid already disbursed is greater than earned aid, UW and/or
the student must return some federal funds.
To determine whether federal funds have been earned or must
be returned, UW follows this procedure:
UW will repay the lesser of (1) the total amount of unearned aid
or (2) an amount equal to the student’s institutional charges multiplied by the percentage of unearned aid. “Institutional charges” are
defined as charges for tuition and fees, plus room and board charges for students living in UW residence halls and apartments. It does
not include such charges as bookstore charges, student health insurance premiums, parking citations, or library fines.
A student who receives federal financial aid (other than Federal
Work- Study paychecks) and chooses to complete less than 60% of
an academic term is considered not to have earned all the federal
aid he or she has been awarded.
UW must return the unearned aid for which the school is responsible by repaying funds to loans and/or grants. The amount
of unearned aid returned by the school is owed by the student and
must be repaid immediately. Any remaining loan funds must be
repaid under the normal repayment terms of the loan.
1. Determine the percentage of the term the student completed.
This is calculated by dividing the number of calendar days (including weekends) in a term into the number of calendar days
that the student was in attendance for that term.
2. Apply the percentage of time attended to the total amount of federal aid the student was eligible to receive for the term. This is
the student’s “earned aid.”
3. Subtract the amount of earned aid from the amount of aid actually disbursed to the student. A positive remainder is the student’s
“unearned aid.” A negative remainder is the student’s “earned
aid” that may still be offered to the student.
4. Determine the amount of unearned aid remaining that must be
repaid by the student. Subtract the amount of unearned aid repaid by the institution from the total amount of unearned aid.
All unearned aid will be returned to the federal student loan
lender or federal aid accounts in the following order: (1) Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, (2) Subsidized Stafford Loan, (3) Federal
Perkins Loan, (4) Federal PLUS Loan, (5) Federal Pell Grant, (6)
Federal SEOG Grant, (7) Federal Teach Grant, (8) Iraq Afghanistan
Service Grant. Any amount owed by the student on a grant will be
reduced by 50%.
Any amount of earned aid not yet disbursed to the student will
be offered to the student. Such offers will cover any undisbursed
grants first, followed by the undisbursed loans.
Examples of how the amount of unearned federal aid a student
must return is calculated are available from a professional adviser
in the office of Student Financial Aid. A chart detailing the percentage of earned and unearned aid, by calendar day of the semester,
is provided below. In brief, to determine the percentage of earned
federal aid, the calculation will use the total number of calendar
days in the term divided by the total number of calendar days the
student attended.
Interaction of Federal Return of Funds
Policy and Institutional Refund Policy
When a student who receives federal financial aid withdraws
from the university, he or she may owe a repayment of federal funds
and/or be due a refund from UW or owe an additional amount to
UW. The Federal Return of Funds policy will be applied before any
refund due under the UW policy is disbursed. For details on the application of these policies to a specific situation, please consult with
the Accounts Receivable Office, 250 Knight Hall, (307) 766-6232.
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Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
Return of Unearned Federal Financial Aid
National Guard Benefit
Active Wyoming National Guard Members in good standing and
considered to be satisfactory participants may apply to participate
in the Education Assistance Plan. The Plan provides 100% tuition
and mandatory fee payment for all courses leading to one degree
at UW, as long as the recipient continues to meet academic and
service commitment requirements. Recipients must agree to serve
the Guard for at least two years after earning their degrees. This
benefit may be used concurrently with GI Bill benefits. For information and application packets, please contact the Wyoming National Guard Education Office at (800) 832-1959, ext. 5262, the
UW Outreach School at (800) 448-7801, or the UW financial aid
office at (307) 766-2424.
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5.6%
6.5%
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8.4%
9.3%
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30.8%
31.8%
32.7%
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59.8%
% of aid
Unearned
99.1%
98.1%
97.2%
96.3%
95.3%
94.4%
93.5%
92.5%
91.6%
90.7%
89.7%
88.8%
87.9%
86.9%
86.0%
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78.5%
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76.6%
75.7%
74.8%
73.8%
72.9%
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71.0%
70.1%
69.2%
68.2%
67.3%
66.4%
65.4%
64.5%
63.6%
62.6%
61.7%
60.7%
59.8%
58.9%
57.9%
57.0%
56.1%
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53.3%
52.3%
51.4%
50.5%
49.5%
48.6%
47.7%
46.7%
45.8%
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43.9%
43.0%
42.1%
41.1%
40.2%
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Degree Evaluations
The Office of the Registrar, in conjunction with all undergraduate colleges, operates a computerized degree evaluation system
called CAPP. CAPP is a degree progress report/advising support
system that matches your completed and current UW course work
(and any transfer courses you might have) with your degree requirements to determine your progress toward earning your degree. CAPP is available on WyoWeb to students and faculty advisors.
Be sure to notify the Office of the Registrar in writing of your
anticipated graduation date. Please stop by our office to fill out an
anticipated graduation date form. You will need to complete a new
form if your anticipated graduation date changes.
To access your CAPP, log on to WyoWeb and follow these basic
steps:
1. Choose the ‘Student Resources’ tab
2. Find the ‘Registration Tools’ channel
3. Click on the ‘Degree Evaluation’ link
4. Select a Term from the drop down if prompted
5. Select a program if prompted
6. Select ‘Generate Request’
7. Wait for request to process
8. Select ‘Remaining Requirements’ or ‘Detail Requirements’
Second bachelor students and students with UW course work
prior to fall of 1991 should contact the Office of the Registrar to
schedule a degree check appointment to ensure that CAPP is properly set up for their use. If you have questions about your CAPP
compliance, please contact your adviser for assistance. You may
also contact the Office of the Registrar by calling (307) 766-5272
or by coming to the West Wing of Knight Hall.
You will not receive a hard copy of your CAPP compliance in
the mail, but you will be able to run a CAPP compliance through
WyoWeb. You will also be able to run a “what if” scenario to learn
how your course work would apply toward a different major.
Don’t know who your adviser is?
Undergraduate students:
If you have not declared a major or if you are an exchange student or high school guest student, contact:
Center for Advising and Career Services
Rm 222 Knight Hall, (307) 766-2398
If you have declared a major or indicated a major on your application for admission, contact the respective college contact indicated
below:
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources: Dr. Donna Brown, Associate Dean
Rm 157 College of Agriculture Building, (307) 766-4135
College of Arts and Sciences: Contact your academic department.
Undeclared students within A&S should contact:
Center for Advising and Career Services
Rm 222 Knight Hall, (307) 766-2398
Distributed majors:
Humanities/Fine Arts: Ed Sherline in the Philosophy Dept.
Math/Science: Charles Angevine in the Mathematics Dept.
Social Science: Becky Despain in the Center for Advising and Career Services.
College of Business: Academic Advising Office
Rm 3 College of Business, (307) 766-2063
College of Education: Undergraduate Studies
Rm 100 McWhinnie Hall, (307) 766-2230
College of Engineering and Applied Science: Contact your academic department.
College of Health Sciences: Contact your academic department.
Graduate students: Contact your respective academic department.
You may also locate the name of your adviser on WyoWeb
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Registration Information
Registration for Students Enrolled Fall
Semester
The only contraindication to the MMR immunization is a previous severe allergic reaction to the vaccine or vaccine component
(neomycin, gelatin). Relative (temporary) contraindications include: pregnancy; persons with immunosuppressive illnesses or
treatment; moderate or severe acute illness; and recent receipt of
blood products. If you are uncertain as to whether you should receive the immunization, please talk with your health care provider.
Students registered for on-campus courses during the fall 2012
semester may register for spring classes beginning at their designated time during November as indicated by their adviser. NOTE:
all registration holds must be cleared before you can complete any
registration activity.
Exemptions may be granted to the requirement in two instances: a medical exemption for a contraindication noted above, and a
religious exemption. A medical exemption requires completion of
the Medical Exemption Form with a notation of the reason for the
exemption and a medical provider signature. To claim a religious
exemption, a notarized form must be completed and attached to
the Student Immunization Form. If an outbreak of one of these illnesses occurs on campus, students granted an exemption may be
excluded from campus for the duration of the outbreak.
Registration for New or Re-enrolling
Students
Individuals who have been fully admitted (have received a final
admission letter from the Admissions Office) and students who are
re-enrolling and have completed the necessary paperwork with the
Admissions Office may register for classes beginning November 26.
All students must first see their academic adviser for planning their
schedule. The academic adviser will provide each student with his
or her PERC (Personal Electronic Registration Code).
For students unable to verify MMR vaccinations, the vaccine is
available at the Student Health Service for a nominal charge. It will
be administered prior to registration for any eligible student, without an appointment, during office hours. Do not wait until registration to comply with the MMR immunization requirement, as this
will delay the process.
If you plan to come to campus for advising during the fall semester, please contact your adviser to ensure that advising will be
available.
UW/CC and Outreach Students
In addition to the MMR requirement, international students
are required to have tuberculosis testing prior to registration. This
involves a tuberculosis (Mantoux) skin test or blood test, and, if
positive, a chest x-ray and consultation with a Student Health Service physician. The student is responsible for the costs incurred for
these tests.
If you normally enroll for classes through UW/CC and/or the
Outreach School but want to register for a class in Laramie, it’s
quite easy to do. Simply call the Office of the Registrar at (307) 7665272, and tell them you are a UW/CC or Outreach student and now
want to register for a Laramie class. You will be given instructions
on how to obtain your PERC, and you may then register for your
classes through WyoWeb. Or, your adviser or someone in the UW/
CC or the Outreach School office may call the Office of the Registrar
for you.
Method of Registration
Students may register for their classes through WyoWeb.
WyoWeb provides an easy-to-use, visual mode of registration as
well as other features that assist in the registration process.
Advising
The University of Wyoming has a mandatory advising policy for
all students except Non-Degree Graduate students. You will need to
see your adviser for assistance in selecting which courses for which
to register and to obtain your PERC number.
Course Reference Numbers
Course Reference Numbers (CRNs) are five-digit numbers issued to each class and section being offered during a semester.
These numbers are listed in the extreme left-hand column of the
Class Schedule. If an asterisk ( * ) appears next to the CRN, you
must contact the appropriate academic department to obtain permission to enroll and/or professor/section choice.
PERC
You will enter your PERC as part of the registration process the
first time each semester you make registration changes on WyoWeb; please make note of your PERC and keep it in a safe place
for future reference.
Linked Activities
Some academic departments have indicated courses which require labs and/or discussion sections as Linked Activities. This
means that when you register for the primary activity (normally
the lecture), you will be prompted to also register for the linked
activity (normally a lab or discussion). You must enroll for the primary-level activity (e.g., lecture) at the same time that you enroll
for the secondary-level activity. In order to drop or switch sections
of a primary-level activity, you must first drop the secondary-level
activity.
MMR Immunization
The University of Wyoming has implemented a policy to protect
the University community against measles (rubeola), mumps, and
rubella. All new on-campus students must provide proof of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella prior to registration. The Student Immunization Form (available on the web at www.uwyo.edu/
shser/_files/docs/mmr_student_immunization_form1.pdf) must
be completed, verifying compliance with this requirement, and
sent to the Student Health Service prior to registration. Effective
9/3/02, two doses of MMR vaccine are required. Other acceptable
methods to comply with the requirement are detailed on the Form.
Please note that the Form must be verified and signed by a health
care provider. Alternatively, a verified copy of an immunization record can be appended to the Form.
Wait Lists
If a department has established a waitlist for a course, you
will be asked whether you would like to be placed on a waitlist
when the section you desire is closed. Follow the directions given
through WyoWeb to add yourself to a course waitlist. Registration
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Registration Information
will not be allowed for courses with active waitlists. It is your
responsibility to monitor your status on a wait list to determine whether or not you have been enrolled. You will
be charged tuition and given a grade of F if you are enrolled in a course you do not attend. If you place yourself
on a wait list and then determine that you do not want the
course, please be sure to drop yourself from the wait list
before the published deadline so that others may enroll.
Students who are registered for one section of a course
may not waitlist for another section. Students who do
so will be dropped from the waitlisted section. Students
may not waitlist themselves for multiple sections of the
same course. Students who do so will be dropped from all
waitlisted sections.
Time Conflicts
You may not register for two courses that meet at the same time
or for courses with overlapping meeting times. If you want the second course instead of the one you are registered for, you must drop
the first one before adding the second course. If you want to register for two time-conflicting courses, you will need to obtain a Time
Conflict form from the Office of the Registrar, obtain the approval
signatures of the two respective instructors and return the form to
the Office of the Registrar for processing. You will then be granted
permission to add the course through WyoWeb.
Change of Registration (Drop/Add)
Adding classes, dropping classes, or changing grading options
(e.g., A-F to S/U) constitutes a registration change. WyoWeb may
be used to drop or add anytime after your initial registration until
the end of the respective drop or add time period. Drop and add
deadlines are strictly enforced.
For justifiable reasons, departmental and deans’ offices may initiate changes in registration. It is the responsibility of the respective
academic unit to notify students of any changes to their schedules.
In these instances students do not need to complete the drop/add
process unless they need to add a course to replace the course that
has been dropped.
Withdrawing from a Course
Failure to attend a class or failure to pay tuition does not constitute withdrawal from a class or from the university. Students wishing to withdraw from some but not all course work can obtain a
Class Withdrawal form from the Office of the Registrar or complete
the appropriate Online Petition through WyoWeb. See the Deadlines section below. A class withdrawal is not official unless filed
with the Office of the Registrar. Unauthorized discontinuance of
enrollment or unofficial abandonment of classes will result in a failing grade. Financial aid recipients who wish to withdraw or reduce
credit hours must consult with a financial aid counselor regarding
repayment of financial aid funds if applicable.
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Withdrawal from the University
Withdrawal from the university is the official termination of student status prior to the end of a term. Students wishing to withdraw
from all on-campus classes should initiate the procedure with the
Dean of Students Office. Withdrawal from the university is not permitted during the last 15 days of a term. (See number 4 below for
more information and deadlines).
Deadlines
1. Dropping courses (without record on transcript) or switching
sections of the same course:
• January 24, 2013, (eight class days after the semester begins)
for regular semester classes (this deadline will be strictly enforced);
• Janurary 17, 2013, (four class days after the semester begins)
for blocked courses that begin at the start of the semester;
• March 14, 2013, (four class days after the second blocked session begins) for blocked courses that begin the second eight
weeks.
2. Adding courses and changing grading option:
• January 28, 2013, (10 class days after the semester begins) for
regular semester classes;
• January 18, 2013, (five class days after the semester begins)
for blocked courses that begin at the start of the semester;
• March 15, 2013, (five class days after the second blocked session begins) for blocked courses that begin the second eight
weeks.
3. Withdrawing from courses (with record on transcript):
• April 1, 2013, (10 class days after mid-semester) is the deadline for withdrawing from individual regular semester courses. A mark of “W” will be assigned for the withdrawal.
• February 15, 2013, (five days after the middle of the course)
for blocked courses that begin at the start of the semester. A
mark of “W” will be assigned for the withdrawal.
• April 19, 2013, (five days after the middle of the course) for
blocked courses that begin the second eight weeks. A mark of
“W” will be assigned for the withdrawal.
• With the exception of a student’s last course, withdrawals may
be processed online through registration tools channel in
WyoWeb or in person in the Office of the Registrar.
4. Withdrawing from the university:
• April 12, 2013, (15 calendar days prior to the end of the semester) is the deadline to withdraw from the university for
Spring 2013. Marks of “W” will be assigned to all courses.
Forms for withdrawing from the university are available in
the Dean of Students Office, 128 Knight Hall, (307) 7663296. If you were on academic probation for the semester
prior to this withdrawal, withdrawing for the university will
result in being placed on academic suspension. To re-enter,
you will need to petition for academic reinstatement (see the
University Catalog for more information.) Outreach students
should contact the Outreach School to withdraw.
WyoWeb Registration
Registration for Classes through WyoWeb –
The University of Wyoming Portal
1. Meet with your adviser to plan courses for Spring 2013 (not required for Outreach Students)
2. Receive your 6-digit PERC (Personal Electronic Registration Code) and your registration date and time
• Do not lose this number. It will be required for class registration for this term
3. At or after your designated time, Log in to WyoWeb at: wyoweb.uwyo.edu
• Enter your user ID and password (the same user ID and password that you use to log on to UW computers).
• If you have not received your user name and password, go to the WyoWeb log in screen and click on the “Get Your
Username and Initial Password” link. The first time you log in, you will be asked several questions to assist with resetting your password if you forget it in the future.
4. Click on the ‘Student Resources’ tab
• Find the ‘Registration Tools’ channel.
5. In the ‘Registration Tools’ channel
• Click on Add or Drop Classes.
• Select ‘Spring 2013,’ press submit.
6. On the ‘Registration Status’ page, items with a ‘check-box’ are complete. Items marked with a yellow triangle must be
completed before registration will be permitted.
• Click on the link to verify/update your UW Alert cell phone number.
• Once this is done, click the ‘Registration Status’ link at the bottom of the page.
• Click on ‘Health Insurance Coverage’ to make a decision regarding Student Medical Insurance.
• Select Yes if you want the Student Medical Insurance (you will be charged for this coverage.)
• Select No if you do not want the Student Medical Insurance.
• Once this is done, your response will be verified. Click the ‘Registration Status’ link at the bottom of the page.
• Once all items are marked with checked boxes, click the ‘Add or Drop Classes’ link at the bottom of the page.
7. Enter your Spring 2013 PERC number (you will only need to enter this number one time per semester)
8. On the Add Classes Worksheet
• Enter the 5-digit Course Reference Number (CRN) for each course in the boxes provided. Press Submit.
• You may enter one course at a time or several, but linked courses (e.g. lecture/lab) must be entered together.
• If a course is offered for variable credit, you will be prompted to select the number of credit hours. Press submit.
• If a class is closed and a waitlist is available, you will be given the option of adding yourself to the waitlist. Click on
waitlist and press submit.
9. To Search for available classes, click on the ‘Look Up Classes’ link at the bottom of the screen – you may also register
directly from the Look Up classes listing by clicking on the Select box to the left of the course listing and submitting your
changes. If the check box is replaced by a ‘C’, the course is closed.
10. Once your registration is complete, click on the ‘Back to Student Resources Channel’ link in the upper left corner of your
screen
11. Click on the ‘Class Schedule’ link in the ‘Registration Tools Channel’ to view your schedule
12. Click on the ‘Add or Drop Classes’ link in the ‘Registration Tools Channel’ to drop a class
• Choose the correct term.
• Select Drop in the Registration Action field on the ‘Add Classes Worksheet’ - Press ‘Submit Changes’.
13. To Change Grading Options Click on the ‘Change Class Options’ link in the ‘Registration Tools’ channel
• Change the grading option for the appropriate course.
14. Once posted, your mid-term and final grades will appear in the ‘Student Grades’ channel in WyoWeb
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Holds/PERC/W Numbers/Insurance
Offices to Contact if You have a Registration Hold
Admissions Hold:
Undergraduates: Admissions Office, Room 150 Knight Hall, (307) 766-5160
Financial Hold/Bursar’s Hold:
Accounts Receivable Office, Room 250 Knight Hall, (307) 766-6232
Student Financial Operations, West Wing Knight Hall, (307) 766-3214
MMR Immunization Hold:
Student Health Service, Student Health/Nursing Bldg., (307) 766-2130
Athletic Hold
Athletic Academic Support (307) 766-5385
PERC Information
Your PERC (Personal Electronic Registration Code) is a 6-digit number that you will enter one time each semester to clear the Adviser
Approval hold prior to registering for each term.
• Your PERC will change every semester
• You will get your new PERC from your adviser each term during advising week or prior to registering
• You will need to use your PERC number when you register for the first time each semester.
“W” Numbers
What is a “W” Number?
Your “W” number is your student identification number. It is a randomly assigned 8-digit number preceded by a W.
How do I find my “W” Number?
Your “W” number may be found on WyoWeb. Go to the “Student Resources” tab and click any of the links in the “Registration Tools”
channel. Your “W” number may be found beneath your name in the upper right corner of the screen.
How is my “W” Number used?
Your “W” number replaces your social security number as your student identification number. You will need it whenever you fill out
petitions, cash a check at the Cashier’s Office, speak to Student Financial Aid, and speak to the Office of the Registrar. You do not need to
know your “W” number to enroll in classes.
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University Studies Program: 2003
Area
# of
Credit Hrs.
courses
Science
1-2
4-8
Two approved courses from one or more of the following
categories:
S
Integrated science course
SB
Biological sciences
SP
Physical sciences
SE
Earth sciences
Cultural Context
3
9
Complete nine approved credit hours,
three from each of the three categories
CH
Humanities
CS
Social and behavioral sciences
CA
Fine arts
OR
Complete three hours of approved cultural coursework (C) plus
three approved credit hours from two of the three categories.
U.S. and Wyoming Constitution 1
3
V
Approved V courses fulfill both US and
Wyoming Constitution requirements
Information Literacy
1*
L
One approved course. An approved course in this
category will simultaneously fulfill another requirement in the
University Studies Program or the major.
Diversity in the U.S.
1*
3*
D
One approved course. An approved course in this
category may simultaneously fulfill another requirement in the
University Studies Program or the major.
Global Awareness
1*
3*
G
One approved course. An approved course in this
category may simultaneously fulfill another requirement in the
University Studies Program or the major.
Physical Activity & Health
1
1
P
Complete an approved P course.
An education at the University of Wyoming is grounded in a
broad understanding of human knowledge developed through a
range of courses and co-curricular activities, the most important
of which is the University Studies Program of general education,
required of all UW students. The specialized knowledge of a major evolves from general education. These two components of an
education are complementary, enhancing one another throughout
a student’s career.
The goal of the University Studies Program is to provide a general education that will help students develop for full participation
in a technologically intricate world including:
1. The ability to express oneself in speech and writing;
2. The ability to locate, evaluate, and use information;
3. The ability to examine problems from quantitative, qualitative,
and scientific perspectives;
4. Encouragement to become active citizens in a diverse society;
5. Gaining perspective to appreciate the viewpoints and deal with
complex issues of others through multi- and inter-disciplinary
inquiry;
6. Understanding the responsibility to participate in a democratic
society;
7. Communicating clearly in a civic environment.
A list of all currently offered courses approved for the University Studies 1991 and 2003 Programs are at the back of this Class
Schedule.
Requirements of the University Studies 2003
Program are:
Area
# of
Credit Hrs.
courses
Intellectual Community
1
1-3
I
Intellectual community courses are
offered in academic departments
Writing
WA College composition
1
3
Students must complete a WA course
with a grade of C or better
WB One mid-level writing or
1*
3*
writing-intensive course (2000-4999 level)
WC One upper-division writing
1*
3*
writing-intensive course (3000-4999 level)
Oral Communications
1
3
O
One approved course emphasizing oral
communications skills
Quantitative Reasoning
QA Quantitative Reasoning I
0 or 1
0-3
All students must fulfill the QA
requirement, either by placing into a QB course
or through successfully completing a QA course
QB Quantitative Reasoning II
1
3
Total :
30-36*
*courses may fulfill other USP or major requirements simultaneously.
Wyoming Community colleges have defined a Common General
Education Core Curriculum as a component of an associate’s degree. Per the articulation agreement, an AA or AS degree from a
Wyoming community college plus three additional credits of mathematics will statisfy the lower-division requirements of the University Studies Program. Students transferring to UW from any Wyoming community college without an associate’s degree will have
their transcript reviewed on a course by course basis.
Students who enrolled at the University of Wyoming or an Wyoming community college prior to the fall of 2003 and who maintained continuous enrollment have the option of satisfying USP
1991 or USP 2003 requirements. Students who enter UW or a Wyoming community college beginning in fall of 2003 will be required
to meet the USP 2003 requirements for graduation.
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Spring 2013 Final Examination Schedule
Students who have two exams at the same time or more than two exams in one day and who wish to ask for an exception must complete
the Final Exam Conflict form available from the Office of the Registrar no later than April 29.
A document outlining exam rooms and times will be published approximately 30 days prior to the first day of final exams.
If you have questions, refer to UW Regulation 6-403 at www.uwyo.edu/generalcounsel/_files/docs/uw-reg-6-403.pdf
Regular Class Meeting Day and Time
Regular Final Examination Times
Final Examination Day and Time
M-F or MWF*
8:00 - 8:50 am
Wednesday, May 8
8:00 am - 10:00 am
M-F or MWF*
9:00 - 9:50 am
Friday, May 10
8:00 am - 10:00 am
M-F or MWF*
10:00 - 10:50 am
Monday, May 6
10:15 am - 12:15 pm
M-F or MWF*
11:00 - 11:50 am
Wednesday, May 8
10:15 am - 12:15 pm
M-F or MWF*
12:00 - 12:50 pm
Friday, May 10
10:15 am - 12:15 pm
M-F or MWF*
1:10 - 2:00 pm
Monday, May 6
1:15 pm - 3:15 pm
M-F or MWF*
2:10 - 3:00 pm
Friday, May 10
1:15 pm -3:15 pm
M-F or MWF*
3:10 - 4:00 pm
Monday, May 6
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
M-F or MWF*
4:10 - 5:00 pm
Wednesday, May 8
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
MWF or M
4:30 & Later
Monday, May 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
W
4:30 & Later
Wednesday, May 8
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
F
4:30 & Later
Friday, May 10
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
TR or T or R**
8:10 - 9:25 am
Thursday, May 9
8:00 am - 10:00 am
TR or T or R**
9:35 - 10:50 am
Tuesday, May 7
10:15 am - 12:15 pm
TR or T or R**
11:00 - 12:15 pm
Thursday, May 9
10:15 am - 12:15 pm
TR or T or R**
1:20 - 2:35 pm
Tuesday, May 7
1:15 pm - 3:15 pm
TR or T or R**
2:45 - 4:00 pm
Thursday, May 9
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
T
4:10 & Later
Tuesday, May 7
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
R
4:10 & Later
Thursday, May 9
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Final Examination Times for Courses that are Permanently Scheduled Group Examinations
Courses
Final Examination Days and Times
ACCT 1010/ACCT 1020
Monday, May 6
8:00 am - 10:00 am
COSC 1200
Tuesday, May 7
1:15 pm - 3:15 pm
ECON/AGEC 1010
Monday, May 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
ECON/AGEC 1020
Wednesday, May 8
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
ES 2110, 2120
Wednesday, May 8
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
ES 2210
Thursday, May 9
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
ES 2310
Tuesday, May 7
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
ES 2330
Monday, May 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
ES 2410
Monday, May 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
LIFE 1010
Tuesday, May 7
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
LIFE 2022
Friday, May 10
1:15 pm - 3:15 pm
MATH 1400, 1405, 1450, 2200, 2205, 2210
Wednesday, May 8
1:15 pm - 3:15 pm
SPAN 1010
Tuesday, May 7
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
SPAN 1020
Thursday, May 9
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
*M-F or MWF are classes with meeting days of M-F, MWF, MTWR, MTRF, MTW, MWRF, MW, WF, MF, MTWF, M, W, F
**TR or T or R are classes with meeting days of TR, T, R, MR, TW
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Explanation of Class Schedule Entries
Building Access (Handicap Code [HC]), Abbreviation, and Name
HC
ABBR
BUILDING NAME
WC
WC
I
WC
AB
AC
AF
AG
AGA
AH
AN
Animal Sci/Molecular Bio
Centennial Complex
Agronomy Farm
Agriculture Bldg
Archeological Depository
Anthropology Storehouse
Archaeological &
Anthropological Bldg
Albany Co. Public Sch
Arena-Auditorium
Arts & Sciences Bldg
Aven Nelson Bldg
Berry Center
Beta House
Honors House
Balloon Launch Site
Biosciences Bldg
Business Bldg
Casper
Corbett P.E. Bldg
Campus Greenhouse
Cheyenne, WY
Coe Library
Cooper House
Classroom Bldg
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
P
WC
WC
WC
WC
P
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
AP
AR
AS
AV
BC
BE
BH
BL
BS
BU
CA
CB
CG
CH
CL
CO
CR
CV
DA
EA
EC
ED
Laramie Plains Civic Center
Drill Area
Education Annex
Early Childhood Center
Education Bldg
HC
WC
WC
WC
P
WC
P
P
P
P
P
P
I
WC
I
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
I
WC
I
ABBR
BUILDING NAME
HC
ABBR
BUILDING NAME
EM
EN
FA
ESB
FC
FH
FN
GC
GE
GH
GS
HA
HI
HH
HN
HJ
HO
HS
IH
IV
JO
KH
LC
LP
LS
LW
MB
MG
MH
ML
Elk Mtn. Weather Res.
Engineering Bldg
Fine Arts Center
Earth Sciences Bldg
Fort Collins, CO
Fieldhouse
Fieldhouse Addn. No.
Golf Course
Geology Bldg
Foundation House
Geological Survey
Half Acre Gymnasium
History Annex
Hitchcock House
Honors House
Happy Jack
Hoyt Hall
Health Sciences Bldg.
Ivinson Mem. Hospital
Ivinson Bldg
Jelm Mtn. Observatory
Knight Hall
Livestock Center
P
WC
MW
NG
NR
NQ
NR
OM
OP
PF
PG
PH
PS
RA
RAC
RH
SH
SL
ST
SV
TC
TK
UMC
VA
WA
WB
WC
WCO
WH
WU
WV
WW
McWhinnie Hall
Nursing
RI Hangar
NRRI Quonset Hut
Natural Resources
Old Main
Old Power Plant
Paradise Farm
Plant Sci Greenhouse
Pharmacy Bldg
Physical Sci Bldg
Recreation Area
Rochelle Athletic Center
Ross Hall
Student Health Bldg
Science Library
Stadium
State Vet Lab
Tennis Courts
Track
United Medical Center
Visual Arts Center
Warren AF Base
Willett Bungalow
Washakie Center
Williams Conservatory
Wyoming Hall
Wyoming Union
Wyo Vet Research
Wainwrght Bung.
=
Inaccessible
P
=
Partial Access
WC
=
Wheelchair accessible
Law Bldg
Lewis St. Bldg
Medicine Bow Ski Area
Multi-Purpose Gym
Merica Hall
Meat Lab
P
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
I
Hours
Note: Courses offered for more than two credit hours and meeting only two days per week (e.g. TR, MW or MF) will generally be
held for 75 minutes on the scheduled day. Students should plan
their schedules accordingly. Some courses with variable credit may
be shown with a fixed number of credit hours. This indicates the
department has elected to offer the course only for a fixed number
of credits for this term.
Days
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
MWF 10:00am-10:50am means that the class meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00am to 10:50am. When days
and times are left blank for a given class, it indicates that the meeting time is to be arranged with the instructor in conference with
the students. Fifty-minute morning classes (including 12:00 noon)
begin on the hour. Fifty-minute afternoon classes begin at 10 minutes after the hour.
Note: These access ratings are intended as a guide only. As
campus barrier removal progresses, access ratings will change. A
visit to each building rated “P” is advised to determine if individual
needs may be met in that facility. Contact University Disability
Support Services, SEO [(307) 766-6189, TTY: (307) 766-3073] for
assistance with access to programs or classrooms in facilities coded
“P” or “I.”
M
T
W
R
F
S
U
MTWRF
MWF
TR
WC
WC
Laramie Cnty. Pub. Hlth.
Handicap Codes
I
P
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday through Friday inclusive
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Tuesday and Thursday
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How to Read the Class Schedule
Most provisions in this schedule are subject to change without notice.
The class schedule is published each semester. It contains the list of courses to be taught in the term as well as information on deadlines
and registration procedures. An illustration of the Class Schedule page entries is given below.
Course Reference Number (CRN) #: Indicates the number which is used with WyoWeb registration. If an asterisk ( * ) appears in
this column after the CRN, the course is under Controlled Enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department to obtain
permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
USP: Indicates which University Studies Program 2003 requirements the course meets.
Course #: Indicates level of material covered: 000-999, no credit; 1000-2999, primarily freshmen and sophomores;
3000-4999, primarily juniors and seniors; 5000-5999, primarily graduate students; 6000-6999, law and pharmacy.
Shown in ascending order.
Sec: Section number. A course may be taught at more than one time of day. The section number distinguishes
separate offerings of the same course. Shown in ascending order.
Course Title: Title of course as it will appear on a transcript. For official description, look
in the University Catalog under the department which offers the course.
Cr Hrs: Credit Hours. The credit a course carries may vary from
1 to 12 or more; usually it will be 2, 3, or 4. An entry such as 1-3
means the course has variable credit and a student may sign up for
1 or 2 or 3 credits (consult with your adviser or the instructor).
Meeting Times: If no day or time is listed, this information
is to be arranged, consult with the instructor or department.
Bldg and Room: Denotes
course meeting location
Instructor
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Soil Science 766-2263
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact Department Head John Tanaka (766-2263).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26427
SOIL
3000
40
Irrigated Agriculture
3
Crosslisted with: PLNT3000 PLNT5790
20621
SE
SOIL
2010
01
20622
22308
SE
SOIL
SOIL
2010
4100
10
01
Intro To Soil Science
4
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Soil Physics
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: SOIL5100
Contains special information about the course listed directly above the note. For example, if the note reads “Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only,” the course cannot be taken
for an A-F grade.
Online UW Courses: These courses are offered through the
University of Wyoming Outreach School via the internet. See
the back of this class schedule for a complete listing of Outreach
courses.
Garcia
09:00am 09:50am
CR
314
02:10pm 05:00pm
10:00am 10:50am
AG
AG
30
4041
Munn
Munn
Kelleners
If no day or time information is listed, this information
is To Be Arranged; consult the instructor or department for more information.
“Staff” indicates that a specific instructor had not
been assigned to teach when the class schedule went to
print.
25
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Agriculture 766-4135
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Associate Dean James Wangberg (766-4135).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26371
IL
AGRI
3000
40
23893*
20003*
22633*
25398*
AGRI
AGRI
AGRI
AGRI
4975
4990
4990
4990
01
01
02
03
20006*
20007*
20008*
AGRI
AGRI
AGRI
D&U Ideas & Info
3
Boggs
Ag Communications Sr Project
1
Topics:
1-6
Topics:
1-6
Tp:Elements of Leadership
1
WRFS
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Elements of Personal Leadership
Jan. 16 - Jan. 19, 2013
Course will be held the evenings of W, R, F, and all day Sat
AGRI 5920, 5940, and 5960 (All Sections): Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
5920 01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
5940 01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
5960 01
Thesis Research
1-12
AG
137
Brown
Brown
Staff
Galey
Staff
Staff
Staff
Agricultural Economics 766-2386
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Roger Coupal (766-2386).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20089
20090
27041
20091
CS
CS
CS
CS
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
1010
1010
1010
1010
01
02
03
04
20092
20093
26674
20094
22739
CS
CS
CS
CS
WB
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
1020
1020
1020
1020
3400
01
02
03
04
01
22740
AGEC
4230
01
26289
22328
24310
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
4460
4500
4600
01
01
01
20015
20017
AGEC
AGEC
4640
4700
01
01
20020
20021*
23336*
23328*
23386*
24091*
20023*
23329*
24132
24135
20112
22741
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
4830
4910
4910
4910
4910
4910
4930
4930
4930
4930
4960
5230
01
01
06
09
12
13
01
02
03
04
01
01
24809
AGEC
5600
01
24319
20114
AGEC
AGEC
5630
5650
01
01
WC
AGEC 1010 (All Sections): Cross listed with ECON 1010
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
TR
11:00am
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
MWF
09:00am
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
MWF
02:10pm
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
TR
01:20pm
AGEC 1020 (All Sections): Cross listed with ECON 1020
Principles of Microeconomics
3
MWF
11:00am
Principles of Microeconomics
3
TR
09:35am
Principles of Microeconomics
3
TR
08:10am
Principles of Microeconomics
3
TR
01:20pm
Agricultural Law
3
TR
08:10am
Prerequisite of junior standing
Inter Econometric Theory
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: AGEC5230 ECON4230
Agr&Econ Develop
3
TR
02:45pm
Agric Finance
3
TR
01:20pm
Comm Econ Analysis
3
MWF
11:00am
Crosslisted with: AGEC5600
Adv Farm/Ranch Mgt
3
TR
11:00am
Econ of Range Res
3
TR
02:45pm
Enrollment is limited to REWM students; others should
contact the instructor for permission to enroll
Ag Comm & Fut Trad
3
MWF
02:10pm
Probs:Ag Economics
1-3
Probs:Ag Economics
3
Probs:Ag Economics
1-3
Probs:Ag Economics
1-3
Probs:Ag Economics
1-3
AGEC Internship
1-6
AGEC Internship
1-6
AGEC Internship
1-6
AGEC Internship
1-6
Sr Sem & Thesis II
2
M
04:10pm
Intermed Econometric Theory
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: AGEC4230 ECON4230
Community Economic Analysis
3
MWF
11:00am
Crosslisted with: AGEC4600
Adv Natural Resource Econ
3
TR
02:45pm
Research Methods
1
W
04:10pm
26
12:15pm
09:50am
03:00pm
02:35pm
BU
BU
BU
EN
AUD
121
AUD
3070
Naschold
Staff
Thunstrom
Bradley
11:50am
10:50am
09:25am
02:35pm
09:25am
BU
BU
CR
AG
AG
127
AUD
310
41
223
Staff
Gilbert
Naschold
Menkhaus
Staff
10:50am
AG
229
Andersen
04:00pm
02:35pm
11:50am
AG
AG
AG
223
1030
229
Naschold
Andersen
Coupal
12:15pm
04:00pm
AG
EN
229
2100
Ritten
Peck
03:00pm
AG
2024
05:30pm
10:50am
AG
AG
229
229
Bastian
Coupal
Menkhaus
Peck
Bastian
Biles
Bradley
Peck
Bastian
Staff
Bradley
Andersen
11:50am
AG
229
Coupal
04:00pm
05:00pm
AG
AG
2018
4021
McLeod
Rashford
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
20115
AGEC
01
20118
AGEC
20119*
AGEC
24195
AGEC
22946
20120
22964
24065
24113
23388
23412
20121*
22916
22868*
22906
22935
23334
23373
24055
25704
24125
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
AGEC
5740
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Consumer Behavior
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
One statistics course is mandatory
5880 01
Advanced Seminar
1-2
9 cr completed in AGEC and/or ECON
5890 01
Adv Probs: Ag Econ
3
Graduate standing
5890 05
Adv Probs: Ag Econ
1-3
AGEC 5900, 5920, 5940, and 5960 (All Sections): Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
5900 02
Prac: College Tchng
1-3
5920 01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
5920 02
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
5920 03
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
5920 05
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
5940 02
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
5940 04
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
5960 01
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 05
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 06
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 07
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 08
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 09
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 10
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 11
Thesis Research
1-12
5960 12
Thesis Research
1-12
5990 02
Internship
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
AG
223
Ehmke
Coupal
Staff
Peck
Ritten
Staff
Peck
Bastian
Ehmke
Bradley
Peck
Coupal
Peck
Rashford
Andersen
Taylor
Ehmke
Bastian
Ritten
Smutko
Staff
Agroecology 766-3103
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Stephen Herbert (766-3103).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20039
GSB
AECL
1000
01
20040
20081
20009*
GSB
GSB
AECL
AECL
AECL
1000
1000
4920
10
11
01
AECL
4930
01
AECL
4990
01
20010*
20011
WC
Agroecology
4
MWF
M
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Reserve Mondays 7:10-9:00 pm for exams
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
W
Res Apprenticeship
1-2
Prior approval of instructor required
Internship
1-3
Prior approval of instructor required
Agroecology Seminar
3
TR
12:00pm 12:50pm
07:10pm 09:00pm
AG
1030
Staff
01:10pm 03:00pm
03:10pm 05:00pm
AG
AG
4040
4040
Staff
Staff
Franc
Mealor
04:30pm 05:45pm
EA
211
Norton
Animal Science 766-2224
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Doug Hixon (766-2224).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23253
20041
20048
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
1030
2010
2020
01
01
01
20049
22000
20050
20051
23319
25369
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
2020
2035
3010
3550
3555
4111
10
01
01
01
01
01
20052
20053
20054
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
4120
4130
4150
01
01
01
Equine Management
3
TR
Domes Anim Metab
3
MWF
Feeds and Feeding
4
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Compan Anim Nutr
3
MWF
Comp Anat: Physiol
4
MWRF
Livestock Judging
1-2
TR
Equine Eval & Selection
2
TR
Equine Health & Dis
2
TR
Crosslisted with: PATB4111
Prin Mammal Reprod
3
Mgt of Reproductn
3
MW
Physiol Rum Digest
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ANSC5150
27
09:35am 10:50am
09:00am 09:50am
11:00am 12:15pm
AB
AB
AB
104
104
104
McLean
Rule
Ludden
03:10pm
11:00am
10:00am
03:10pm
01:20pm
08:00am
05:00pm
11:50am
10:50am
05:00pm
02:35pm
08:50am
AB
AB
AB
LC
AB
AB
104
104
103
WOOL
104
103
Ludden
Rule
Ford
Miller
McLean
O’Toole
02:30pm 05:00pm
08:00am 08:50am
AB
AB
106
104
Murdoch
Moss
Ludden
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Course #
Sec
20055
CRN
ANSC
4220
01
20056
20057
ANSC
ANSC
4220
4230
20058
20059
ANSC
ANSC
4230
4260
20060*
24056*
24127*
24129*
25590*
25648*
25776*
20061*
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
4500
4500
4500
4500
4500
4500
4500
4550
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
4630
4630
5150
21730
ANSC
5260
20063*
20064
20065*
22066*
20095
22601
22602
23363
23364
20096
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
5680
5780
5790
5865
5870
5880
5880
5880
5880
5890
20097
24078
24128
24179
20098*
20099*
20100*
24159*
24172*
24227*
22284*
20101
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
ANSC
5900
5900
5900
5900
5920
5940
5960
5960
5960
5960
5961
5980
21731
23272
20062
USP 03
WC
WC
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Adv Beef Prod Mgt
3
TR
08:00am 08:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
Adv Sheep Prod Mgt
3
MW
09:00am 09:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
F
08:00am 09:50am
01
Mammalian Endocr
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: ANSC5260
01
Probs:Animal Sci
1-3
02
Probs:Animal Sci
1-3
03
Probs:Animal Sci
1-3
04
Probs:Animal Sci
1-3
05
Probs:Animal Sci
1-3
06
Probs:Animal Sci
1-3
07
Probs:Animal Sci
1-3
01
Internship
1-8
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Topics and Issues
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
02
Topics and Issues
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
01
Physiol of Ruminant Digestion
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
Crosslisted with: ANSC4150
01
Mammalian Endocrinology
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: ANSC4260
01
Wool Problem Analysis
1-5
01
Investigations Animal Breeding
1-3
01
Inv Ani Physiology
2-3
01
Adv Seminar in Nutrition
1-2
01
Reproductive Biology Seminar
1
01
Tp:Dsgn Animal Breeding
1-3
02
Tp:Genetic Simulation
1-3
03
Tp:Genetic Prediction
1-3
04
Tp:Marker/Gene Assisted Select 1-3
01
Advanced Seminar
1-2
F
12:00pm 12:50pm
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Prac-College Tchng
1-3
02
Prac-College Tchng
1-3
04
Prac-College Tchng
1-3
05
Prac-College Tchng
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Graduate Project
1-4
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
AB
104
Lake
AB
AB
104
106
Lake
Stobart
LC
AB
WOOL
103
Stobart
Alexander
Rule
Alexander
Moss
McLean
Ludden
Meyer
Lake
Ludden
AB
AB
AB
104
104
104
Cammack
McCormick
Ludden
AB
103
Alexander
103
Stobart
Staff
Staff
Ludden
Alexander
Cammack
Cammack
Cammack
Cammack
Alexander
AB
Staff
Lake
McLean
Lake
Staff
Staff
Ford
Zhu
Means
Alexander
Staff
Ford
Entomology 766-2263
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact Department Head John Tanaka (766-2263).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21799
SB
ENTO
1000
01
21800
SB
ENTO
1001
01
21801
20026*
SB
ENTO
ENTO
1001
4100
10
01
20027*
ENTO
4200
01
26200
ENTO
4682
01
Insect Biology
3
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: ENTO1001
This section is a combined course with ENTO 1001;
Students enrolling into this section do not enroll in lab.
Insect Bio W/Lab
4
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: ENTO1000
This section is a combined course with ENTO 1000;
Students enrolling into this section must enroll in the lab
Laboratory
0
M
02:10pm
Sr Thesis: Proposal
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Sr Thesis: Research
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Insect Anat & Physiology
5
MWF
09:00am
Crosslisted with: ENTO5682
28
02:00pm
AG
4021
Shaw
02:00pm
AG
4021
Shaw
04:00pm
AG
4022
Shaw
Staff
Staff
09:50am
AG
22
Legg
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
26201
ENTO
4682
10
22909*
ENTO
4686
26030
ENTO
4884
20029
ENTO
5080
26202
ENTO
5682
26203
21426*
ENTO
ENTO
5682
5686
24602*
ENTO
5689
21427*
ENTO
5850
21428*
ENTO
5852
26031
ENTO
5884
21429*
21430*
21431*
21432
22018
22019
21433
22349
22350
ENTO
ENTO
ENTO
ENTO
ENTO
ENTO
ENTO
ENTO
ENTO
5900
5920
5940
5960
5960
5960
5980
5980
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Insect Anat & Physiology
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
Crosslisted with: ENTO5682
01
Problems:Entomology
1-3
Contact an Entomology professor for permission to enroll
01
Insect Behavior
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: ENTO5884
01
Stat Meth Ag & Nature
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT5080
01
Insect Anat & Physiology
5
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: ENTO4682
10
Insect Anat & Physiology
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
01
Probs:Entomology
1-3
Contact an Entomology professor for permission to enroll
01
Topics
1-4
Contact an Entomology professor for permission to enroll.
01
Research:Entomology
1-3
Contact an Entomology professor for permission to enroll
01
Senior/Grad Sem
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Contact an Entomolgy professor for permission to enroll
01
Insect Behavior
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: ENTO4884
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Prac-College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
AG
4022
Legg
Staff
AG
2018
Collier
AG
2018
Legg
AG
22
Legg
AG
4022
Legg
Collier
Staff
Collier
Collier
AG
2018
Collier
Staff
Staff
Staff
Collier
Latchininsky
Shaw
Collier
Latchininsky
Shaw
Family and Consumer Sciences 766-4145
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Karen Williams (766-4145).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26384
IL
26385
26388
26390
CS
26391
26392
26393
WB
26394
27028
26395
26396
CSD
26369
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
1010
1140
2050
2121
2131
2131
2170
3110
3110
3122
3220
4112
40
40
40
40
40
41
40
40
41
40
40
40
26397
26370
FCSC
FCSC
4124
5112
40
40
21456
23051
FCSC
FCSC
1141
1170
01
01
23052
21457
CA
FCSC
FCSC
1170
1180
10
01
21458
21459
CA
CS
FCSC
FCSC
1180
2121
10
01
21460
26301
CS
FCSC
FCSC
2121
2133
10
01
Persp Fam Con Science
Nutrition
Child Care Health Sft
Child Development
Family Relations
Family Relations
Cloth-Mod Society
Personal Finance
Personal Finance
Adolescence
Multicultural Infl.ChildFam
Family Decision & Resource Mgt
Crosslisted with: FCSC5112
Fam Yng Chld Sp Nd
Family Decision & Resource Mgt
Crosslisted with: FCSC4112
2
2
2
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Tatman
Broughton
Barden
Barden
Cannon
Casper
Staff
O’Brien
Barden
Blumel-Berg
Mariglia
Vincenti
3
3
Staff
Vincenti
Principles of Nutrition
3
Beg Clothing Construction
2
Students must enroll in laboratory section
Laboratory
0
Applied Design
3
Students must enroll in laboratory section
Laboratory
0
Child Development
4
Students must enroll in laboratory section
Laboratory
0
Intimate Relationships
3
29
MWF
MW
09:00am 09:50am
10:00am 10:50am
AG
AG
AUD
3030
Broughton
Kaszuba
MW
TR
11:00am 11:50am
01:20pm 02:35pm
AG
AG
3030
3027
Sprout Ahrenholtz
R
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
11:00am 12:15pm
AG
AG
3027
4021
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
EC
AG
237
Kaszuba
Sprout Ahrenholtz
Wade
Wade
Wade
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Course #
Sec
26242*
CRN
FCSC
2175
01
21461*
FCSC
2188
21462*
27038
21463*
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
2188
3129
3150
21464*
23482
23483
21465*
21466*
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
3150
3171
3172
4104
4106
21472
FCSC
4112
23487
FCSC
4118
21474*
23293*
23294*
23295*
23296*
23297*
24494*
21476
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
4130
4130
4130
4130
4130
4130
4132
4146
21477
FCSC
4147
21478*
FCSC
4150
21479*
26243
FCSC
FCSC
4150
4176
21740*
FCSC
4178
FCSC
4181
26084*
21743*
22695
23523*
21480*
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
4246
4970
5101
5101
5102
21787
FCSC
5103
21788
FCSC
5104
21483
FCSC
5112
23488
FCSC
5118
26162
24496
21485
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
5121
5141
5146
21486
FCSC
5147
26244
FCSC
5176
21786*
FCSC
5178
26268
FCSC
5181
21489
21490
21491
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
5900
5920
5940
26267
USP 03
G
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Fashion Illustration
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Restricted to Apparel Design minors.
01
Interior Design I
3
MW
01:10pm 02:00pm
Students must enroll in laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
01
Social Dev in Young Children
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
01
Intermed Foods
2
MW
01:10pm 02:00pm
Students must enroll in laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 04:00pm
01
Intro Textile Science
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
01
Textile Science Lab
1
F
12:00pm 03:00pm
01
Field Stds In FCSC
1-3
01
Spec Probs:FCSC
1-3
Contact department for professor/section choice
01
Family Decision & Resource Mgt 3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC5112
01
Family Policy
3
M
12:10pm 03:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC5118
01
Intern Child Dev
8
MTWRF
08:00am 12:00pm
02
Intern Child Dev
8
MTWRF
01:00pm 05:00pm
03
Intern Child Dev
7
MTWRF
08:30am 12:00pm
04
Intern Child Dev
7
MTWRF
01:30pm 05:00pm
05
Intern Child Dev
6
MTWRF
08:00am 11:00am
06
Intern Child Dev
6
MTWRF
02:00pm 05:00pm
01
Internship in HDFS
6-8
01
Therapeutic Nutrition
4
MW
12:10pm 02:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC5146
01
Nutrition & Weight Control
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: FCSC5147
01
Experimntl Foods
3
MW
10:00am 10:50am
Students must enroll in laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
R
03:00pm 05:00pm
01
Historic Clothing
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: FCSC5176
01
Fiber Arts
3
MW
05:10pm 07:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC5178
01
Global Textiles
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: FCSC5181
01
Therap Nutr Lab Exp
1
F
12:10pm 02:00pm
01
Intern Tex & Merchandisin
6-8
01
Topics: Program Evaulation
3
W
09:00am 11:50am
02
Special Topics In:
1-3
01
Special Problems
2
Contact department for professor/section choice
01
Grad Sem I
1
F
08:00am 08:50am
Crosslisted with: FCSC5104
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Graduate Sem II
1
F
08:00am 08:50am
Crosslisted with: FCSC5103
01
Family Decision & Resource Mgt 3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC4112
01
Family Policy
3
M
12:10pm 03:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC4118
01
Ethics in Research & Practic
3
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
01
Carb & Ethanol Met
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Therapeutic Nutrition
4
MW
12:10pm 02:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC4146
01
Nut & Wt Control
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: FCSC4147
01
Historic Clothing
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: FCSC4176
01
Fiber Arts
3
MW
05:10pm 07:00pm
Crosslisted with: FCSC4178
01
Global Textiles
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: FCSC4181
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
30
Bldg Room Instructor
AG
3027
Sprout Ahrenholtz
AG
3027
Staff
AG
AG
AG
3027
237
3026
Staff
Bittner
Schantz
AG
AG
AG
3023
3028
3031
Schantz
Cameron
Kaszuba
Staff
Staff
AG
237
Vincenti
AG
237
Morgan
EC
EC
EC
EC
EC
EC
AG
Bittner
Bittner
Bittner
Bittner
Bittner
Bittner
Morgan
3028 Larson Meyer
AG
3026
Liebman
AG
3026
Schantz
AG
AG
3023
3028
Sprout Ahrenholtz
AG
3030
Brown
AG
3028
Cameron
AG
AG
3026 Larson Meyer
Cameron
237
Wade
Staff
Staff
AG
237
Larson Meyer
AG
237
Larson Meyer
AG
237
Vincenti
AG
237
Morgan
AG
AG
AG
237
Vincenti
3026
Liebman
3028 Larson Meyer
AG
3026
Liebman
AG
3028
Sprout Ahrenholtz
AG
3030
Brown
AG
3028
Cameron
Schantz
Staff
Staff
Staff
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
24167
21492
23381
23382
23383
23384
26330
22045*
21493*
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
FCSC
02
01
02
03
04
05
06
01
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Graduate Projects
Internship
5940
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5961
5990
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
1-2
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-4
1-12
Staff
Broughton
Larson Meyer
Morgan
Wade
Brown
Vincenti
Staff
Staff
Food Science 766-2224
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Doug Hixon (766-2224).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23255
23251
23252
23249
22080
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
1410
3061
3062
3550
4090
25649
20012
20013
23379
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
4100
4720
4800
5090
25714
20014*
23274
24175*
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
5100
5880
5890
5890
20016*
26005*
20018*
20019*
20022*
23844*
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
FDSC
5900
5900
5920
5940
5960
5980
01
01
01
01
01
Food & Well Being
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
Livestock Slaughter Practicum
1
T
05:00am 07:30am
Carcass Fabrication Practicum
1
R
06:00am 08:50am
Meat Evaluation
1-2
MW
03:10pm 05:00pm
Food Microbiology
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: FDSC5090
01
Food Microbio Lab
1
T
01:10pm 03:00pm
01
Food Chemistry
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
01
Probs:Food Science
1-3
01
Food Microbiology
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: FDSC4090
01
Food Micro Lab
1
T
01:10pm 03:00pm
01
Adv Probs & Topics
1-3
01
Sem:Food Science/Nutrition
1
02
Sem:Food Science/Nutrition
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
02
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
103
ML
ML
103
106
Staff
Christensen
Christensen
Gray
Staff
AB
AB
128
106
AB
106
Staff
McCormick
Staff
Staff
AB
128
Staff
Staff
Means
Staff
Means
Christensen
Staff
Paisley
Staff
Staff
Microbiology 766-3300
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Program Director Gerry Andrews (766-3139).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21988
MICR
2021
01
21989
21990
21991
22004
MICR
MICR
MICR
MICR
2021
2021
2021
2220
10
11
12
01
22005
22006
MICR
MICR
2220
2220
10
11
20024
MICR
2240
01
21007
21008
21009
22821
MICR
MICR
MICR
MICR
2240
2240
2240
2240
10
11
12
13
Gen Microbiology
4
MWF
11:00am
Crosslisted with: MOLB2021
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Reserve Tuesdays, 7:00-9:00pm for exams
Laboratory
0
TR
08:00am
Laboratory
0
TR
10:00am
Laboratory
0
TR
03:10pm
Pathogenic Micr
4
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: PATB2220
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
TR
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
TR
03:10pm
MICR 2240 (All Sections): Crosslisted with: MOLB 2240
Med Microbiology
5
MTWR
10:00am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
MW
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
MW
03:10pm
Laboratory
0
TR
08:00am
Laboratory
0
TR
01:10pm
31
11:50am
AG
AUD
Watson
09:50am
11:50am
05:00pm
10:50am
AG
AG
AG
AG
5030
5030
5030
4040
Watson
Watson
Watson
Andrews
03:00pm
05:00pm
AG
AG
5028
5028
Staff
Staff
10:50am
CR
306
Mani
03:00pm
05:00pm
09:50am
03:00pm
AG
AG
AG
AG
5030
5030
5028
5030
Watson
Watson
Watson
Watson
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Molecular Biology 766-3300
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Mark Stayton (766-3300).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21984
MOLB
2021
01
21985
21986
21987
20028
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
2021
2021
2021
2240
10
11
12
01
21210
21211
21212
22820
21966
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
2240
2240
2240
2240
3000
10
11
12
13
01
26100*
26101*
26102*
26103*
26104*
26105*
26106*
26107*
26108*
26109*
26110*
26111*
26112*
26431*
26432*
20030
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4050
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
01
20031
MOLB
4051
01
20032
20033
MOLB
MOLB
4100
4170
01
01
20882*
MOLB
4170
10
20883
MOLB
4170
11
21976
MOLB
4180
01
21977
MOLB
4180
10
21978
MOLB
4180
11
23276
MOLB
4250
01
23278
MOLB
4250
10
23279
MOLB
4250
11
Gen Microbiology
4
MWF
11:00am
Crosslisted with: MICR2021
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Reserve Tuesdays, 7:00-9:00pm for exams
Laboratory
0
TR
08:00am
Laboratory
0
TR
10:00am
Laboratory
0
TR
03:10pm
Med Microbiology
5
MTWR
10:00am
Crosslisted with: MICR2240
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
MW
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
MW
03:10pm
Laboratory
0
TR
08:00am
Laboratory
0
TR
01:10pm
Intro Mol Biol
3
TR
11:00am
MOLB 4010 (All Sections) Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Lab Research in Mol Biol
1-3
Student Seminar
1
T
04:10pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Dept Seminar
1
F
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB5051
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Clinical Biochem
3
TR
01:20pm
DNA Cloning Lab
1
W
12:00pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB5170
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Special session 2/20/2013-03/27/2013
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Special Session 2/20/2013-3/27/2013
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Special Session 2/21/2013-3/28/2013
Protein Isol Lab
1
W
12:00pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB5180
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Special session 1/16/2013-2/13/2013
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Special session 1/16/2013-2/13/2013
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Special session 1/17/2013-2/14/2013
Bacterial Genetics Lab
1
W
12:00pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB5250
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Special session: 4/3/2013-5/1/2013
This course is a lab pod and is not associated
with MOLB 4440 or MOLB 5440
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Special session: 4/3/2013-5/1/2013
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Special session: 4/4/2013-5/2/2013
32
11:50am
AG
AUD
Watson
09:50am
11:50am
05:00pm
10:50am
AG
AG
AG
CR
5030
5030
5030
306
Watson
Watson
Watson
Mani
03:00pm
05:00pm
09:50am
03:00pm
12:15pm
AG
AG
AG
AG
AB
5030
5030
5028
5030
103
Watson
Watson
Watson
Watson
Miller
05:00pm
AB
103
Fay
Gatlin
Gomelsky
Jarvis
Langer
Levy
Liberles
Miller
Stayton
Thorsness
Wall
Ward
Watson
Bowman
Gigley
Gomelsky
04:00pm
AB
103
Levy
02:35pm
12:50pm
AB
AB
103
202
Langer
Mani
04:00pm
AB
200
Mani
04:00pm
AB
200
Mani
12:50pm
AB
104
Perry
04:00pm
AB
200
Perry
04:00pm
AB
200
Perry
12:50pm
AG
5027
Wall
04:00pm
AG
5027
Wall
04:00pm
AG
5027
Wall
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
21979
WC
MOLB
4300
01
24420
MOLB
4440
01
26115
MOLB
4450
01
26113
MOLB
4495
01
20035
MOLB
4610
01
20036*
22544*
22545
22546*
22549*
22550*
22551*
22552*
22553*
22554*
22555*
22556*
22854*
22855*
22871*
26518*
26520*
21980
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5050
01
02
03
04
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
17
18
19
01
20037
MOLB
5051
01
20038
MOLB
5170
01
21520
MOLB
5170
10
21521
MOLB
5170
11
21981
MOLB
5180
01
21982
MOLB
5180
10
22562
MOLB
5180
11
23277
MOLB
5250
01
23280
MOLB
5250
10
23281
MOLB
5250
11
24421
MOLB
5440
01
26116
MOLB
5450
01
26114
MOLB
5495
01
21234*
21235
MOLB
MOLB
5520
5610
01
01
Writing in Mol Biol
1
W
04:10pm
Notice: Students must be concurrently enrolled in MOLB 4170,
4180, and 4250 in order to enroll and participate in this
course.
Microbial Genetics
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: MOLB5440
Cell/Dev/Genetics
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: MOLB5450
Bioinformatics
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: MOLB5495
Gen Biochem II
3
MWF
09:00am
Crosslisted with: MOLB5610
Reserve Wednesdays from 5:10pm-7:00pm for exams
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Adv Lab Res in Mol Biol
1-3
Advanced Student Seminar
2
R
04:10pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Dept Seminar
1
F
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB4051
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
DNA Cloning Lab
1
W
12:00pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB4170
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Special session 2/20/13-3/27/13
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Special session 2/20/13-3/27/13
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Special session 2/21/13-3/28/13
Protein Isol/Char
1
W
12:00pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB4180
Special session 1/16/13-2/13/13
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Special session 1/16/13-2/13/13
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Special session 1/17/13-2/14/13
Microb Genetics:Lab
1
W
12:00pm
Crosslisted with: MOLB4250
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Special session: 4/3/13-5/1/13
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Special session 4/3/13-5/1/13
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Special session 4/4/13-5/2/13
Microbial Genetics
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: MOLB4440
Cell/Dev/Genetics
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: MOLB4450
Bioinformatics
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: MOLB4495
Prb:Lab Rttn MCLS
3
Gen Biochem II
3
MWF
09:00am
Crosslisted with: MOLB4610
Reserve Wednesdays from 5:10pm-7:00pm for exams
33
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
05:00pm
AB
202
Thorsness
12:15pm
EA
207
Wall
10:50am
AB
202
Fay
12:15pm
AB
202
Liberles
09:50am
BU
127
Gatlin
06:00pm
AB
202
Gigley
Fay
Gomelsky
Bowman
Langer
Levy
Liberles
Miller
Liberles
Stayton
Sylvester
Thorsness
Wall
Ward
Watson
Gatlin
Schatzl
Jarvis
04:00pm
AB
103
Levy
12:50pm
AB
202
Mani
04:00pm
AB
200
Mani
04:00pm
AB
200
Mani
12:50pm
AB
104
Perry
04:00pm
AB
200
Perry
04:00pm
AB
200
Perry
12:50pm
AG
5027
Wall
04:00pm
AG
5027
Wall
04:00pm
AG
5027
Wall
12:15pm
EA
207
Wall
10:50am
AB
202
Fay
12:15pm
AB
202
Liberles
09:50am
BU
127
Fay
Gatlin
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
21236*
21237*
21238*
21239*
21240*
25712
25713
26581*
25668
Course #
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
MOLB
5900
5920
5940
5960
5980
5980
5980
5980
5990
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Prac-College Tchng
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
16
Dissertation Research
1-12
00:00am 00:01am
17
Dissertation Research
1-12
00:00am 00:01am
18
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
00:00am 00:01am
Langer
Langer
Langer
Gatlin
Schatzl
Liberles
Gatlin
Gomelsky
Langer
Pathobiology 766-9925
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head William W. Lagreid (742-9929).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
22001
PATB
2220
22002
22003
20001*
25368
PATB
PATB
PATB
PATB
2220
2220
4050
4111
23712
PATB
4130
20002*
PATB
4150
23178
PATB
4200
25370
21373*
23713
PATB
PATB
PATB
4320
5120
5130
20562*
PATB
5505
20563
PATB
5515
20564
20565
20566
21823
22069
PATB
PATB
PATB
PATB
PATB
5900
5920
5940
5960
5980
01
Pathogenic Micr
4
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: MICR2220
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
TR
01:10pm 03:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
TR
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
Prob: Animal Disease
1-4
01
Equine Health & Dis
2
TR
08:00am 08:50am
Crosslisted with: ANSC4111
01
Mammal Pathobiol
3
MWF
04:10pm 05:00pm
Crosslisted with: PATB5130
01
Seminar
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Diagnostic Bact
1
MWF
10:00am 11:30am
TR
10:00am 10:50am
01
Probs:Parasitology
1-3
01
Topics Pathobiol
1-4
01
Mammal Pathobiol
3
MWF
04:10pm 05:00pm
Crosslisted with: PATB4130
01
Invest: Pathobiol
1-4
Graduating seniors only
01
Adv Sem Pathobiol
1
T
12:00pm 12:50pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Prac-College Teach
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
AG
4040
Andrews
AG
AG
5028
5028
AB
103
Andrews
Andrews
Staff
O’Toole
EA
207
Montgomery
Andrews
AN
CR
EA
220
149
207
Mills
Yao
Andrews
Montgomery
Staff
SV
102
Schumaker
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Plant Sciences 766-3103
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Stephen Herbert (766-3103).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
27035
SP
PHYS
1050
40
27036
PHYS
1090
40
26425
PLNT
3000
40
26426
PLNT
5790
40
26177
PLNT
4180
01
26179
PLNT
4180
10
SP
Concepts of Phys
4
Crosslisted with: PHYS1090
Fund Phys Universe
4
Crosslisted with: PHYS1050
Irrigated Agriculture
3
Crosslisted with: PLNT5790 SOIL3000
Topics:Irrigated Agriculture
3
Crosslisted with: PLNT3000 SOIL3000
Horticultural Herb Plant Prod
4
MWF
Crosslisted with: PLNT5180
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
34
Canterna
Canterna
Garcia
Garcia
12:00pm 12:50pm
AG
4041
Panter
Panter
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
22686
PLNT
4900
01
22687
PLNT
4975
25487
26178
PLNT
PLNT
4975
5180
26180
20677
PLNT
PLNT
5180
5600
20678
PLNT
5720
20679
PLNT
5820
20680
20681
20682
20683
23904
23906
23907
23908
23909
23910
23911
23912
23913
23914
23915
23917
23918
23919
23920
23922
23923
27045
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
PLNT
5900
5920
5940
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Teaching Practicum
1-2
Prior approval of instructor required
01
Probs: Plant Sci
1-2
Prior approval of instructor required
02
Probs: Plant Sci
1-2
01
Horticultural Herb Plant Prod
4
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: PLNT4180
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
01
Research in Crops
1-4
Prior approval of instructor required
01
Plant Disease Prob
1-3
Prior approval of instructor required
01
Graduate Seminar
1
F
01:10pm 02:00pm
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
06
Thesis Research
1-12
07
Thesis Research
1-12
08
Thesis Research
1-12
09
Thesis Research
1-12
10
Thesis Research
1-12
11
Thesis Research
1-12
12
Thesis Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
04
Dissertation Research
1-12
06
Dissertation Research
1-12
07
Dissertation Research
1-12
08
Dissertation Research
1-12
09
Dissertation Research
1-12
11
Dissertation Research
1-12
12
Dissertation Research
1-12
13
Dissertation Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
Norton
Panter
AG
4041
Norton
Panter
Panter
Panter
Franc
AG
4041
Groose
Norton
Herbert
Herbert
Franc
Islam
Kniss
Mealor
Mesbah
Norton
Panter
Garcia
Jeliazkov
Groose
Herbert
Islam
Kniss
Mealor
Mesbah
Norton
Garcia
Dhekney
Panter
Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management 766-2263
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact Department Head John Tanaka (766-2263).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20741
20742*
REWM 2000
REWM 3390
01
01
20743
20744
REWM 4000
REWM 4103
01
01
20745
REWM 4150
01
20746
REWM 4300
01
20747
20748
20749
22307*
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
4300
4300
4530
4540
10
11
01
01
20752*
REWM 4550
01
20754
REWM 4580
01
20755
REWM 4700
01
Prin Rangeland Mgt
3
TR
11:00am
Range Judging
2
Intended for members of the SRM competitive teams
Team coach permission to enroll is required.
Poisonous Plants
3
MWF
02:10pm
Ranch Recreation
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: REWM5103
Behav Mod Herbivor
3
MWF
10:00am
Crosslisted with: REWM5150
Grass Taxonomy
3
MW
09:00am
Crosslisted with: REWM5300
Student must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm
Seminar
1
W
12:00pm
Problems
1-4
Contact a REWM faculty member for permission to enroll
Internship
1-4
Contact a REWM faculty member for permission to enroll
Rangeland Restoration Ecology 3
MWF
10:00am
Crosslisted with: REWM5580
Recommended for junior or senior students only.
Watershed Mgt
3
MWF
11:00am
35
12:15pm
HS
427
Murphy
Staff
03:00pm
12:15pm
AG
AG
2031
1030
Rodgers
Waggoner
10:50am
AG
41
Waggoner
09:50am
AG
4021
Rodgers
03:00pm
05:00pm
12:50pm
AG
AG
AG
2031
2031
2024
Rodgers
Rodgers
Waggoner
Staff
Staff
10:50am
AG
4021
Hufford
11:50am
AG
1030
Miller
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
20756
20757
20758
23437
20759*
WB
WC
Course #
Sec
REWM 4710
01
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
4830
4850
4900
4990
20760
REWM 5103
20761
REWM 5150
20762
REWM 5250
20763
REWM 5300
20764
20765
REWM 5300
REWM 5300
20766
REWM 5580
22931*
REWM 5640
20778
REWM 5710
24636
26029*
REWM 5800
REWM 5830
20779
20780*
20781*
20782
22022
22021
22023
22024
22025
22026
22027
22028
24315
20783
22029
22030
22031
22032
22033
22034
22352
22353
24316
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
REWM
5900
5920
5940
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Watershed H20 Qual
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: REWM5710
01
Eco Appl Land Mgmt
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
01
Range Veg Mgmt Tech
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
01
Range Mgmt Plan
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
01
UDG Teaching Prac
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Range & Ranch Recreation
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: REWM4103
01
Behav Mod for Herbivores
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: REWM4150
01
Water Resources Seminar
1
R
02:45pm 04:00pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Grass Taxonomy
3
MW
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: REWM4300
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm 03:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm 05:00pm
Crosslisted with: REWM4300
01
Rangeland Restoration Ecology 3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: REWM4580
01
Investigations
1-4
Students must have approval from a REWM professor
for permission to enroll.
01
Watershed H20 Qual
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: REWM4710
01
Experiments in Restoration
2
M
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
Wildlife Habitat Ecology
2
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
Contact Dr. Jeff Beck for permission to enroll.
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
05
Thesis Research
1-12
06
Thesis Research
1-12
07
Thesis Research
1-12
08
Thesis Research
1-12
09
Thesis Research
1-12
10
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
04
Dissertation Research
1-12
05
Dissertation Research
1-12
06
Dissertation Research
1-12
07
Dissertation Research
1-12
08
Dissertation Research
1-12
09
Dissertation Research
1-12
10
Dissertation Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
EA
225
Reddy
EA
AG
EA
215
41
229
Hild
Beck
Murphy
Staff
AG
1030
Waggoner
AG
41
Waggoner
AG
41
Reddy
AG
4021
Rodgers
AG
AG
2031
2031
Rodgers
Rodgers
AG
4021
Hufford
Staff
EA
225
Reddy
AG
AG
4021
2018
Hufford
Beck
Staff
Staff
Staff
Beck
Hild
Hufford
Miller
Murphy
Paige
Reddy
Stahl
Thurow
Williams
Beck
Hild
Hufford
Miller
Murphy
Paige
Reddy
Stahl
Thurow
Williams
Renewable Resources 766-2263
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact Department Head John Tanaka (766-2263).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20784
22085
RNEW 2100
RNEW 4990
01
01
23078
RNEW 5200
01
26470
RNEW 5985
01
Forest Management
3
TR
Tp:Ecosystem Restoration
1
F
Crosslisted with: RNEW5985 RNEW5990
Spatial Analysis
3
MW
F
Sem:Research Across Discipline 1
F
Crosslisted with: RNEW4990 RNEW5990
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
36
01:20pm 02:35pm
02:10pm 03:00pm
AG
AG
4021
1030
Thurow
Stahl
09:00am 09:50am
02:10pm 04:00pm
02:10pm 03:00pm
EN
EN
AG
4066
2106
1030
Miller
Stahl
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
CRN
USP 03
22318
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
RNEW 5990
01
Tp:Ecosytem Restoration
1-4
F
Crosslisted with: RNEW4990 RNEW5985
Times
02:10pm 03:00pm
Bldg Room Instructor
AG
1030
Stahl
Soil Science 766-2263
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact Department Head John Tanaka (766-2263).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26427
SOIL
3000
40
20621
SE
SOIL
2010
01
20622
20623
20624
22308
SE
SE
SE
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
2010
2010
2010
4100
22309
SOIL
4105
26087
SOIL
4130
22310
SOIL
4140
22311
20958*
20959*
20960
20961
20962*
20963*
22046*
22316
22933*
22123*
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
4140
4565
4565
4565
4565
4565
4565
4565
4565
4565
4590
22314
SOIL
5100
22315
SOIL
5105
26088
SOIL
5130
22312
SOIL
5140
22313
20964*
SOIL
SOIL
5140
5565
20965*
20966
20967
20968*
20969*
22047*
22317
22932*
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
5565
5565
5565
5565
5565
5565
5565
5565
24473
SOIL
5590
20970*
20971*
20972*
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
5900
5920
5940
Irrigated Agriculture
3
Crosslisted with: PLNT3000 PLNT5790
Intro To Soil Science
4
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
R
09:35am 12:15pm
12
Laboratory
0
R
01:20pm 04:00pm
01
Soil Physics
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: SOIL5100
01
Soil Physics Lab
2
T
01:20pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: SOIL5105
01
Chem Soil Environment
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: SOIL5130
01
Soil Microbiology
4
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: SOIL5140
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
R
01:20pm 04:20pm
01
Res:Soil Physics
1-4
02
Res:Soil Pedology
1-4
03
Res:Soil Fertility
1-4
04
Res:Soil/Water Resources
1-4
05
Res:Soil/Water Quality
1-4
06
Res:Soil Ecology
1-4
07
Res:Soil/Environ Chem
1-4
08
Res:Soil Biology
1-4
09
Research:Soil Science
1-4
01
Special Topics
1
Contact a SOIL faculty member for permission to enroll
01
Soil Physics
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: SOIL4100
01
Soil Physics Lab
2
T
01:20pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: SOIL4105
01
Chem Soil Environment
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: SOIL4130
01
Soil Microbiology
4
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: SOIL4140
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
R
01:20pm 04:20pm
01
Res:Soil Physics
1-4
Please contact the assigned professor for permission
to enroll.
02
Res:Soil Pedology
1-4
03
Res:Soil Fertility
1-4
04
Res:Soil/Water Resources
1-4
05
Res:Soil/Water Quality
1-4
06
Res:Soil Ecology
1-4
07
Res:Soil/Environ Chem
1-4
08
Res:Soil Biology
1-4
09
Research:Soil Science
1-4
Contact a SOIL faculty member for permission to enroll
01
Tp:SSSA Professional Exam
2
W
02:10pm 04:00pm
This course is intended for participants in the Fundamentals
of Soil Science Professionals Exam.
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg:On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-2
37
Garcia
CR
314
Munn
AG
AG
AG
AG
30
30
30
4041
Munn
Munn
Munn
Kelleners
AG
1026
Kelleners
EN
2105
Staff
ED
06
Stahl
AG
2031
Staff
Kelleners
Munn
Norton
Paige
Reddy
Staff
Staff
Williams
Staff
Staff
AG
4041
Kelleners
AG
1026
Kelleners
EN
2105
Staff
ED
06
Stahl
AG
2031
Staff
Kelleners
Munn
Norton
Paige
Reddy
Staff
Staff
Williams
Staff
EN
1055
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
21016
21812
21813
21814
21815
21017
21816
21817
21818
21819
21820
Course #
Sec
Course Title
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
SOIL
01
02
03
04
05
01
02
03
04
05
06
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Thesis Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
Kelleners
Norton
Stahl
Staff
Williams
Kelleners
Munn
Norton
Stahl
Staff
Williams
Arts & Sciences 766-4106
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Michell Anderson (766-2641).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
The following Spring 2013 courses fulfill the Non-Western requirement for students majoring in an A&S degree program:
AAST 3670 African Diaspora
HIST 4320 Memory/Nat’l Identity Europe
AAST 4060 Development, Africa, Culture
HIST 4406 Am Encounters from 1850
AGEC 4460 Agr & Econ Develop
HIST 4496 History of Mexico
ANTH 1200 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
MKT 4580 International Marketing
ANTH 4380 Visual Anthropology
MUSC 3015 Intro to World Music
BUSN 2000 Intro to Intl Business
POLS 2290 Gov’t and Politics of Latin America
CRMJ 4280 Comparative CJ
POLS 3270 Gov’t and Politics of the Middle East
ECON 4720 International Trade
POLS 4300 The World System
ENR 2000 Environ & Society
POLS 4330 American Foreign Relations
GEOG 3050 Economic Geography
POLS 4340 International Organizations
GEOG 3550 Nat Naz and Society (online)
RELI 2050 Religions of Asia
GEOG 4420 Geoography and Tourism
SOC 3000 Social Change
GEOG 4880 Global Cities
SOC 4890 Future of the Welfare State
GEOL 3650 Energy: A Geologica Perspective
SOWK 4881 Intl Soc Welfare & Social Development
HIST 2240 Russia from 1855
WMST 3500 Gender and Society
HIST 3220 History of the Modern Middle East (online)
WMST 4240 Global Sex Work/Trafficking
HIST 4170 Europe 19th Century
WMST 4330 Europe Gender History
HIST 4290 History of the Soviet Union
WMST 4580 Gender & Global Change
HIST 4315 Central Europe and Holocaust
WMST 4590 Women of India
Please check the Course Schedule on the Web for updates to this list.
26647*
IL
AS
26650*
IL
AS
26651*
IL
AS
23567*
23577*
23578*
22435*
22436*
AS
AS
AS
AS
AS
22437*
AS
24253
25289*
22441*
23182*
AS
AS
AS
AS
22442*
22443*
AS
AS
22444*
22445*
AS
AS
AS 1000, 1100 (All Sections): Contact the Center for Advising and Career Services to enroll
1000 01
IC Undeclared Students
2
MW
11:00am 11:50am AS
This section is career focused.
1000 02
IC Undeclared Students
2
MW
01:10pm 02:00pm ED
This section is academic focused.
1000 03
IC Undeclared Students
2
TR
01:20pm 02:10pm AS
This section is career focused.
1100 01
Acad & Career Orientation
1
MW
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
1100 02
Acad & Career Orientation
1
TR
01:20pm 02:10pm CR
1100 03
Acad & Career Orientation
1
TR
10:00am 10:50am EA
2000 01
Study Abroad
1-18
2400 01
Int:Disneyworld
1-12
This internship is offered for 1-6 credits ONLY
2400 02
L.D. Internship:
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
2490 01
Tp:Gen Bio Lab Cr
1-3
2490 02
Tp:Photo I
3
TR
11:00am 01:20pm RH
3100 01
Career Prep/Transition
1
M
02:10pm 03:00pm AS
4400 01
Int:Showdog Records-Arts Mgmt 1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
4400 02
Int:Cultural Programs
1-12
4400 03
Int:Disneyworld
1-12
This internship is offered for 1-6 credits ONLY
4400 04
Int:Creative Writing
1-12
4400 05
Int:Snowy Rge Dance
1-12
38
401
Gerharter
45
Rigoni
226
Miller
137
144
207
Suder
Yentes
Despain
Staff
Smith
Staff
24
228
Lyford
Russel
Jones
Meredith
Reverand
Smith
Pexton
Wilson
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
23367*
AS
4400
06
23411*
25504*
25651*
25729*
22446*
AS
AS
AS
AS
AS
4400
4400
4400
4400
4500
07
08
09
10
01
22447*
22448*
25761*
AS
AS
AS
4510
4900
4900
01
01
02
Int:Snowdog Recrds/Mkt&PR
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Int:International Office
Int:Owen Wister Rev
U.D. Internship
U.D. Internship
Washington Cntr Intern:
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Washington Cntr Sem
Special Topics
Tp:London Acting Text
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
1-12
Price
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
Seitz
Pexton
Smith
Scott
Staff
3-6
1-3
1-3
Staff
Staff
Selting
African American and Diaspora Studies 766-2481
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Michell Anderson (766-2641) or Program Director Tracey Patton (766-2481).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26949
D
AAST
26932
CHG
AAST
1000
3260
40
40
26930
DWC
AAST
4100
40
26745
D
AAST
4675
40
21803
23341
27081
D
D
WB
AAST
AAST
AAST
1000
1000
2240
01
02
01
AAST
2360
01
AAST
3670
01
24623
AAST
4060
01
23606
21802*
23161*
23162*
23410*
24079*
25759
25764
26577
26578
AAST
AAST
AAST
AAST
AAST
AAST
AAST
AAST
AAST
AAST
4970
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4990
4990
01
01
02
03
04
05
09
10
01
02
24624
AAST
5060
01
26503
AAST
5560
01
22424
26483
CSG
Intro African-American Studies
3
African Spirits in New World
3
Crosslisted with: RELI3260
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
AA Rel Culture
3
Crosslisted with: RELI4100
US Women of Color
3
Crosslisted with: CHST4675 WMST4675
Intro African-American Studies
3
MWF
Intro African-American Studies
3
TR
Intro to African Studies
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: INST2240
African American History
3
TR
Crosslisted with: HIST2360
African Diaspora
3
TR
Crosslisted with: HIST3670
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
NGOs, Development, Culture
3
M
Crosslisted with: AAST5060 INST4050 INST5050
Internship
3
Ind Rsrch: AAST
3
Ind Rsrch: AAST
3
Ind Rsrch: AAST
3
Ind Rsrch: AAST
3
Ind Rsrch: AAST
3
Ind Rsrch: AAST
3
Ind Rsrch: AAST
3
Topics:American Gothic
3
W
Topics: AFRICAN NOVEL
3
Crosslisted with: ENGL4600 WMST4500
NGO’s, Development, Culture
3
M
Crosslisted with: AAST4060 INST4050 INST5050
Black Popular Culture
3
TR
Crosslisted with: AMST5560
Gage
Keller
Keller
Jaime
01:10pm 02:00pm
02:45pm 04:00pm
09:00am 09:50am
AG
EN
AS
2024
2102
210
Staff
Yeend
Watson
01:20pm 02:35pm
EN
3112
Pimblott
11:00am 12:15pm
EN
1044
Pimblott
03:10pm 05:40pm
BU
209
Watson
Patton
Bridgeman
Watson
Jackson
Bridgeman
Forbes
McGriff
Lawson-Borders
147
Forbes
Staff
05:10pm 08:50pm
CR
03:10pm 05:40pm
BU
209
02:45pm 04:00pm
CO
COMAN
Watson
Adelt
American Indian Studies 766-6521
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Program Director Judy Antell (766-6521) or Michell Anderson (766-2641).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26935
AIST
5130
40
Cultrl Found Amer Indian Ed
Crosslisted with: EDCI5130
39
3
Rush
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
26597
CSD
AIST
2210
01
23602
CHD
AIST
2290
01
26467
26530
AIST
AIST
3200
3300
01
01
22488
AIST
4020
01
26466
20140*
22559*
22606*
AIST
AIST
AIST
AIST
4990
5000
5000
5000
01
01
03
04
North American Indians
3
Crosslisted with: ANTH2210
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
History of N American Indians
3
Crosslisted with: HIST2290
Indigenous Peoples & Env
3
Federal Ind Law
3
Crosslisted with: LAW6700
Internship
2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Topics:Building Tribal Nations
3
Independent Study
1-4
Independent Study
3
Independent Study
3
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
CR
222
Harkin
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
CR
314
Means
MWF
TR
09:00am 09:50am
09:00am 10:15am
EN
LS
1044
180
Staff
Donahue
Staff
T
06:15pm 09:15pm
CR
209
Antell
Staff
Staff
Staff
American Studies 766-3898
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Program Director Eric Sandeen (766-3898) or Michell Anderson (766-2641).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20141
26654
23834
26636
26640
CHWB
CHWB
CSD
C
CHD
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
2010
2010
2110
3100
3400
01
02
01
01
01
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
4010
4010
4010
4010
4500
4900
4970
01
02
03
04
01
01
01
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
AMST
4985
5010
5010
5010
5010
5010
5550
5560
01
01
02
03
04
05
01
01
22613
AMST
5900
01
20044
AMST
5920
01
20045
AMST
5940
01
20046
AMST
5960
01
20047
AMST
5990
01
20143*
21974*
22759*
24059*
25239
26642
20042*
22520*
22929*
23389*
23390*
24232
25719
26645
26646
WC
Intro to American Studies
Intro to American Studies
Cultural Diversity in America
Food in Amer Cultr
Pop Music and Sexualities
Crosslisted with: WMST3400
Independent Study
Independent Study
Independent Study
Independent Study
AMST: Hist Pres/Sustainability
Fld Crs:Hist Pres
Internship
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Senior Seminar
Independent Study
Independent Study
Independent Study
Independent Study
Independent Study
Varieties- Lit Evid
Black Popular Culture
Crosslisted with: AAST5560
Practicum in College Teaching
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: On Campus
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: Off Campus
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Internship
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
3
3
3
3
3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
3
1-4
1-3
3
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
3
3
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
T
W
TR
TR
09:00am
01:10pm
10:00am
01:10pm
07:00pm
09:50am
02:00pm
10:50am
02:35pm
09:30pm
00:00am 00:01am
01:00pm 02:30pm
11:00am 12:15pm
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
AN
PS
AN
CO
CO
CO
CO
209
150
234
220
COMAN
Knobloch
Dorst
Adelt
Dorst
Adelt
Dorst
Knobloch
Sandeen
Adelt
COMAN Humstone
Sandeen
Humstone
Sandeen
Sandeen
Knobloch
Dorst
Adelt
Humstone
COMAN Knobloch
COMAN
Adelt
1
Sandeen
1-2
Sandeen
1-2
Sandeen
1-12
Sandeen
1-12
Sandeen
Anthropology 766-5136
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Mary Lou Larson (766-5566).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26742
ANTH
4150
40
26743
5150
40
ANTH
Seminar in Prehist:8 Grt Disc
Crosslisted with: ANTH5150
Seminar in Prehist:8 Grt Disc
Crosslisted with: ANTH4150
40
3
Toohey
3
Toohey
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
20102
SB
ANTH
1100
01
20105
20104
20125
20127
SB
SB
SB
CSG
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
1100
1100
1100
1200
10
11
12
01
23144
CSG
ANTH
1200
02
24937
CSG
ANTH
1200
03
20128
26538
26529
CSG
CSG
CSD
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
1300
1450
2210
01
01
01
20132*
ANTH
3310
01
26260*
ANTH
4000
01
24190*
24235*
20134*
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
4000
4000
4010
02
03
01
23180
ANTH
4020
01
26347
ANTH
4135
01
24647
ANTH
4150
01
26386
ANTH
4150
02
26389
ANTH
4210
01
26602
ANTH
4380
01
26310
ANTH
4785
01
22422*
ANTH
4970
01
24064*
24082*
24223*
25659
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
4970
4970
4970
4975
02
03
04
01
26644
ANTH
4975
02
26261*
ANTH
5000
01
24640
ANTH
5000
02
25777*
25816*
23181
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
5000
5000
5005
03
04
01
26311
ANTH
5005
02
26567
24666
ANTH
ANTH
5005
5010
05
01
26401
ANTH
5030
01
Intro Biological Anthropology
4
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
R
Intro to Cultural Anthropology
3
W
Meets non-Western certification for A&S
Intro to Cultural Anthropology
3
MWF
Meets non-Western certification for A&S.
Intro to Cultural Anthropology
3
MWF
Meets non-Western certification for A&S.
Intro Archaeology
3
MWF
World Archaeology
3
MWF
North American Indians
3
TR
Crosslisted with: AIST2210
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Intro Anth Resrch Methods
3
TR
Concurrent enrollment with ANTH 4975-02 required.
Conf:Mulloy Seminar
1
Crosslisted with: ANTH5000
Contact Dr. Pam Innes [email protected]
Conference
1-4
Conference
1-4
Hist Anthr Thought
3
TR
Capstone course restricted to Anthropology seniors
Permission of instructor of record required
Prerequisities of ANTH 3300 and 3310 required
Sem:Food, Culture, Nutrition
3
MW
Crosslisted with: ANTH5005
Quantitative Methods in Anthro
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ANTH5135
Sem in Prehist: Paleoindian
3
T
Crosslisted with: ANTH5150
Sem Prehist:Origins of State
3
MW
Crosslisted with: ANTH5150
Human Osteology
MW
Crosslisted with: ANTH5210
Concurrent enrollment in ANTH 4975-01 is required
Visual Anthropology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ANTH5380
Language and Racism
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ANTH5005
Internship: Museum
1-12
Permission of instructor of record required
Internship
1-12
Internship
1-12
Internship
1-12
Undrgrd Practicum
1
Concurrent enrollment with ANTH 4210-01
Undrgrd Practicum
1-4
Concurrent enrollment with ANTH 3310-01 required
Spec Prob:Mulloy Sem
1
Crosslisted with: ANTH4000
Contact Dr. Pam Innes [email protected]
Grad Sem: Teaching Anthro
1
Restricted to Anthropology graduate students
Special Problems
1-4
Special Problems
1-4
Sem:Food, Culture, Nutrition
3
MW
Crosslisted with: ANTH4020
Grad Sem: Lang & Racism
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ANTH4785
Grad Sem: Teaching Anthro
3
W
20th Cent Theory
3
T
Restricted to Anthropology graduate students
Linguistic Anth
3
R
WC
Cr Hrs Days
41
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
10:00am 10:50am
BC
138
Ahern
10:00am
08:00am
11:00am
03:10pm
11:50am
09:50am
12:50pm
05:40pm
AN
AN
AN
CR
140
140
140
214
Ahern
Ahern
Ahern
Harkin
09:00am 09:50am
AG
1030
Rockwell
11:00am 11:50am
BC
138
Grunwald
01:10pm 02:00pm
02:10pm 03:00pm
01:20pm 02:35pm
CR
AN
CR
214
150
222
Waguespack
Staff
Harkin
08:10am 09:35am
AN
140
Weathermon
Innes
11:00am 12:15pm
AN
220
Staff
Staff
Larson
03:10pm 04:25pm
AN
140
Murphy
09:00am 09:50am
AN
220
Surovell
03:10pm 05:40pm
AN
220
Kornfeld
04:35pm 05:50pm
CR
141
Toohey
06:05pm 07:20pm
AN
140
Murphy
09:35am 10:50am
PS
234
Toulson
01:20pm 02:35pm
HS
105
Innes
Reher
Staff
Staff
Staff
Murphy
Weathermon
Innes
Ahern
03:10pm 04:25pm
AN
140
Staff
Staff
Murphy
01:20pm 02:35pm
HS
105
Innes
01:10pm 02:00pm
05:45pm 08:15pm
PS
AN
231
220
Ahern
Toulson
03:10pm 05:40pm
AN
220
Innes
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
26349
CRN
USP 03
ANTH
5135
01
24649
ANTH
5150
26387
ANTH
5150
26407
ANTH
5210
26603
ANTH
5380
22486
ANTH
5875
22877
22428
22429
22430
22431
22432*
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
5900
5920
5940
5960
5980
5990
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Quant Methods Anth
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: ANTH4135
01
Seminar in Prehist:Paleoindian
3
T
03:10pm 05:40pm
Crosslisted with: ANTH4150
02
Sem Prehist:Origins of State
3
MW
04:35pm 05:50pm
Crosslisted with: ANTH4150
01
Human Osteology
3
MW
06:05pm 07:20pm
Crosslisted with: ANTH4210
Concurrent enrollment in ANTH 5875-01 is required
01
Visual Anthro
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: ANTH4380
01
Grad Practicum
1
Concurrent enrollment with ANTH 5210-01
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
AN
220
Surovell
AN
220
Kornfeld
CR
141
Toohey
AN
140
Murphy
PS
234
Toulson
Murphy
Staff
Larson
Larson
Larson
Larson
Larson
Staff
Art 766-3269
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Kris Wold (766-3269) or Department Head Ricki Klages at 766-3269.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend classes by January 18 or they may be dropped from their art classes allowing waitlisted students to enroll.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first class session and all subsequent sessions through the add/drop period in order to remain on the waitlist.
• Waitlisted students should not buy textbooks.
• The Department of Art will enforce published prerequisites for courses; these prerequisites are located in the University Catalog.
• All Art classes may require additional meeting times beyond the scheduled class times for the Visiting Artist Program.
21522*
21527*
21523*
25533*
22688*
23079*
22913*
23048*
25534*
22322*
23084*
22683*
20326
24272
22684*
20327*
26183*
22319*
22320*
23049*
24275*
21524*
22685*
20328*
23502*
26184*
20347*
23050*
26456
CA
CA
I
I
L
CA
CA
CH
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
1005
1005
1110
1110
1115
1115
1120
1130
1130
1310
2000
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
01
02
01
01
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
2005
2020
2020
2122
2210
2265
2305
2305
2350
2420
3005
3112
3210
3250
3330
3420
3510
3710
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
Drawing I
3
MW
Drawing I
3
TR
Foundation 2D
3
MW
Foundation 2D
3
MW
Digital Media
1
M
Digital Media
1
W
Foundation 3D
3
TR
Foundation Color
3
TR
Foundation Color
3
MW
Introduction to Sculpture
3
TR
Portfolio Review
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Drawing II
3
MW
Art Hist II Rena-Mod Art
3
TR
Art Hist II Rena-Mod Art
3
TR
Computer Graphics
3
TR
Painting I
3
TR
Photography I
3
MW
Tech:
1
F
Tech:
1
F
Metalsmithing I
3
MW
Ceramics II
3
MW
Drawing III
3
TR
Typography
3
MW
Painting II
3
MW
Watercolor Paint I
3
TR
Sculpture: Assembled Form I
3
MW
Adv Ceramics II
3
TR
Printmaking I
3
TR
Gender & Humanities
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ENGL3710 HIST3710 WMST3710
42
04:00pm
08:00am
10:30am
01:10pm
08:00am
08:00am
11:00am
04:10pm
08:00am
01:30pm
06:20pm
10:20am
01:00pm
03:40pm
10:00am
10:00am
01:20pm
06:30pm
10:20am
03:50pm
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
254
254
248
248
229
229
244
244
244
150
10:30am
09:35am
01:30pm
08:00am
01:30pm
08:00am
10:00am
01:00pm
01:10pm
08:00am
01:30pm
10:30am
04:00pm
08:00am
01:10pm
01:30pm
11:00am
01:20pm
01:00pm
10:50am
02:45pm
10:20am
03:50pm
10:20am
12:00pm
03:00pm
03:40pm
10:20am
03:50pm
01:00pm
06:20pm
10:20am
03:40pm
03:50pm
01:20pm
02:35pm
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
EN
254
111
111
229
256
223
150
150
235
119
250
229
256
248
150
119
219
2105
Shadwell
Shadwell
Bartel
Bartel
Staff
Staff
Hardy
Kikut
Bartel
Carlisle
Klages
Russell
Sailor
Sailor
Staff
Kikut
Russel
Jones
Jones
Hardy
Haydon
Russell
Venn
Kikut
Klages
Carlisle
Haydon
Ritchie
Zare
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
24276
ART
3720
01
26257*
21526*
20349*
24281*
20351*
23503*
26185*
26186*
20354*
24297*
24298*
24299*
24300*
24301*
24302*
24303*
24304*
24305*
24306*
24307*
24308*
25287*
20355*
20357*
20359*
24280*
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
4005
4052
4110
4140
4210
4250
4330
4360
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4400
4420
4510
4520
4610
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
01
01
01
01
26188*
ART
4620
01
23055*
20361*
24283*
24284*
24285*
24286*
24287*
24288*
24289*
24290*
24291*
24292*
24293*
24294*
25288*
26187
24277
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
ART
4635
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4720
4790
01
01
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
01
01
Medieval Islamic
3
TR
11:00am
Meets non-Western certification for A&S
Drawing IV
3
TR
01:30pm
Life Drawing II
3
MW
04:00pm
Computer Grphcs II
3
TR
11:00am
Professional Development
3
T
04:10pm
Painting III
3
MW
04:00pm
Watercolor Pnt II
3
TR
08:00am
Sculpt Assmb Frm II
3
MW
01:10pm
Metalsmithing: Form & Color
3
MW
10:30am
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Ceramics Wkshp II
3
TR
01:30pm
Printmaking II
3
MW
08:00am
Advanced Print II
3
MW
08:00am
Studies in Art:Prof Semimar
1-3
T
06:45pm
All students MUST register for 3 credit hours
Students must reserve Fridays for additional class time
Studio Seminar
1-3
W
06:30pm
All students MUST register for 3 credit hours
Students must reserve Fridays for additional class time
Int’l Prep in Art:India
1
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
Ind Study & Resch
1-5
15 C Renaissance Art
3
TR
02:45pm
Sem:Public Hist Amer Photo
3
R
04:10pm
Bldg Room Instructor
12:15pm
VA
111
Hunt
03:50pm
06:20pm
01:20pm
06:30pm
06:20pm
10:20am
03:40pm
01:00pm
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
250
250
229
229
256
248
150
235
03:50pm
10:20am
10:20am
09:15pm
VA
VA
VA
119
219
219
Russell
Russell
Staff
Venn
Kikut
Klages
Carlisle
Hardy
Klages
Baumbach
Carlisle
Hardy
Haydon
Hunt
Kikut
Ritchie
Russell
Shadwell
Venn
Sailor
Jones
Russel
Haydon
Ritchie
Ritchie
Staff
09:00pm
Staff
04:00pm
06:30pm
Ritchie
Baumbach
Carlisle
Hardy
Haydon
Hunt
Kikut
Klages
Ritchie
Russell
Shadwell
Venn
Sailor
Jones
Russel
Hunt
Sailor
VA
VA
109
109
Astronomy 766-6150
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Chair Daniel Dale (766-6150).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
27034
SE
ASTR
26372
ASTR
1050
5870
40
40
Survey of Astronomy
4
Top:Astr w/Hubble Space Telesc 3
20365
SE
ASTR
1050
01
26429
SE
ASTR
1050
02
20366
SE
ASTR
1050
10
Survey of Astronomy
4
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Survey of Astronomy
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
M
43
Marquard
Slater
01:10pm 02:00pm
CR
314
Johnson
11:00am 11:50am
CR
314
Johnson
03:10pm 05:00pm
PS
132
Staff
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
20367
20368
20370
20043
20109
20110
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
11
12
13
14
15
01
Laboratory
Laboratory
Laboratory
Laboratory
Laboratory
Earth:Phys Environ
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1070
26473
26497
26498
25535
26476
26475
22901
25692
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
ASTR
2320
2320
2320
4860
5160
5490
5860
5870
01
10
20
01
01
01
01
01
25810
ASTR
5960
01
22618
ASTR
5980
01
Cr Hrs Days
0
0
0
0
0
4
T
T
T
W
W
MWF
MWF
Times
01:10pm
03:10pm
07:10pm
01:10pm
03:10pm
12:10pm
12:10pm
Crosslisted with: GEOL1070
Enrollment is restricted to Elementary Education majors
General Astronomy II
TR
11:00am
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm
Discussion
0
R
02:10pm
Prb:Ind Study
1-4
Data Mining in Large Astronomi 4
MWF
09:00am
Planets and Their Stars
4
TR
09:35am
Independent Study
1-4
Tp:Journal Club
1-4
R
01:00pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Dissertation Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Bldg Room Instructor
03:00pm
05:00pm
09:00pm
03:00pm
05:00pm
02:00pm
02:00pm
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
132
132
132
132
132
239
237
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Shuman
12:15pm
09:00pm
03:00pm
PS
PS
PS
234
130
234
09:50am
10:50am
PS
PS
227
227
02:00pm
AS
401
Pierce
Staff
Staff
Staff
Myers
Jang-Condell
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Biology (See Life Sciences)
Botany 766-2380
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Steve Miller (766-2834) or Department Head Gregory K. Brown at 766-2380.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
24533
BOT
3000
01
24534
24811
20154
22517
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
3000
3000
3100
3150
10
11
01
01
L
20155
LWC
BOT
4100
01
23658
LWC
BOT
4100
02
22484*
22581*
22585*
22597*
23241*
24094*
24177*
24536
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4211
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
01
26532
BOT
4550
01
23652
BOT
4730
01
26676
BOT
4780
01
26329
BOT
4790
01
Plant Form & Function I
4
MWF
12:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
M
01:10pm
Plants & Civilization
3
MWF
09:00am
Survey Rem Sens Appl
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: GEOG3150
Writing in Biological Sciences
3
T
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: ZOO4100
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Students must obtain consent of the discussion instructor
or they will be dropped from the course.
Writing in Biological Sciences
3
W
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: ZOO4100
Students must enroll in a discussion section.
Students must obtain consent from the discussion instructor
or they will be dropped from the course.
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Adv Rem Sens Env
4
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: BOT5211 GEOG4211 GEOG5211
Computational Biology
4
MW
10:00am
Crosslisted with: BOT5550
Plant Phys Ecology
4
TR
08:10am
Crosslisted with: BOT5730
Biogeochemistry
4
T
01:20pm
R
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: BOT5780
SpTpc:Plant Insect Interaction
2
R
02:45pm
Crosslisted with: HP4990
44
12:50pm
CR
219
Brown
03:00pm
03:00pm
09:50am
10:50am
AV
AV
CR
AS
223
223
302
210
Brown
Brown
Miller
Driese
05:00pm
EN
1044
05:00pm
AG
223
Staff
328
Miller
Weinig
Tinker
Ewers
Brown
Ward
Staff
Driese
Cherrington
01:00pm
AG
11:50am
ESB 1004
10:50am
AV
223
Ewers
04:00pm
02:35pm
AV
AV
223
223
Pendall
04:00pm
ED
021
Brown
Buerkle
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
21939*
22961*
24149*
21940
22616
22893
22897
20157
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
4900
4900
4900
4970
4970
4970
4970
5000
01
02
03
01
02
03
04
01
26302
BOT
5060
23304*
25655
24537
BOT
BOT
BOT
5150
5150
5211
21941
26533
BOT
BOT
5320
5550
21942
22487
22035
20648
21971
21972
21973
23248
20649
23655
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
5610
5650
5665
5710
5710
5710
5710
5710
5720
5730
26678
BOT
5780
21947
21945*
21948*
23417
21949
23346
23380
24185
25337
25846
21950
23393
24252
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
BOT
5900
5920
5940
5940
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5980
5980
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Prb:Independent Research
1-10
Prb:Independent Research
1-10
Pb:Independent Research
1-10
Internship
1-12
Internship
1-12
Internship
1-12
Internship
1-12
Graduate Seminar
1
F
03:30pm 05:00pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Adv Concepts in Evolution
3
TR
01:35pm 03:00pm
Crosslisted with: ECOL5060 ZOO5060
01
Res:Remote Sens
1-6
02
Rsrch:Remote Sens
1-6
TR
11:00am 01:00pm
01
Adv Rem Sens Env
4
TR
11:00am 01:00pm
Crosslisted with: BOT4211 GEOG4211 GEOG5211
01
Research: Mycology
1-3
01
Computational Biology
4
MW
10:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: BOT4550
01
Res:Tax Vascu Pl
1-6
01
Tp:Systematics
1
01
Research Evolution
1-6
01
Research: Ecology
1-6
02
Research: Ecology
1-6
03
Research: Ecology
1-6
06
Research: Ecology
1-6
07
Research: Ecology
1-6
01
Research: Physiol Ecol
1-6
01
Plant Phys Ecology
4
TR
08:10am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: BOT4730
01
Biogeochemistry
4
TR
01:20pm 04:00pm
R
01:20pm 02:35pm
Crosslisted with: BOT4780
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
02
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
05
Thesis Research
1-12
06
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
HS
427
Staff
Tinker
Brown
Hartman
Weinig
Miller
Williams
Pendall
BC
227
Weinig
AG
AG
328
328
Sivanpillai
Driese
Driese
ESB 1004
AV
223
AV
AV
223
223
Miller
Buerkle
Hartman
Hartman
Buerkle
Jackson
Ewers
Pendall
Tinker
Lauenroth
Ewers
Ewers
Pendall
Staff
Staff
Hartman
Ewers
Ewers
Tinker
Hartman
Weinig
Brown
Burke
Buerkle
Miller
Pendall
Chemistry 766-4363
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Robert Corcoran (766-4363) or Department Head Keith Carron (766-2479).
The Chemistry Department checks prerequisites on 1000- and 2000-level courses prior to the beginning of each semester. Students without an appropriate prerequisite will be administratively dropped. After the prerequisite check, 1000- and 2000-level courses will be under controlled enrollment. ALL
chemistry prerequisites can be found in the University Catalog.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
CHEM 1020 (Sections 01-02): Students must enroll in a laboratory and discussion section;
Prerequisites are required: ACT Math Score of 23 OR concurrent enrollment in MATH 1400, 1405, or 1450.
Students not meeting the prerequisites will be administratively dropped.
All labs meet for lab safety training on January 16. Students not attending lab safety training on that date may be administratively dropped.
Reserve Wednesdays 5-7 pm for exams.
20226
SP
CHEM 1020 01
Gen Chemistry I
4
MWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
302
Goodson
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
23361
SP
CHEM 1020 02
Gen Chemistry I
4
TR
09:35am 10:50am CR
129
Beckett
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
20228
SP
CHEM 1020 10A
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
M
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
339
Staff
20230
SP
CHEM 1020 10B
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
339
Staff
45
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
20231
20232
20233
20235
21771
20237
20239
23355
23365
23406
23789
23366
20241
20242
20244
20246
20247
20248
20250
20252
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
20254
20255
20257
20258
20259
20262
20264
20265
20266
20267
20269
20270
20271
20272
20273
20275
20276
20277
20279
20281
20283
20299
20300
20301
20302
20303
20304
20305
20306
20307
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
CHEM 1020 10C
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
338
Staff
CHEM 1020 10D
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
339
Staff
CHEM 1020 10E
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
338
Staff
CHEM 1020 10F
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
W
02:10pm 04:00pm PS
339
Staff
CHEM 1020 11A
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
M
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
342
Staff
CHEM 1020 11B
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
342
Staff
CHEM 1020 11C
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
338
Staff
CHEM 1020 11D
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
342
Staff
CHEM 1020 11E
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
W
02:10pm 04:00pm PS
338
Staff
CHEM 1020 20A
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
11:00am 11:50am EN
3070
Staff
CHEM 1020 20B
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
12:10pm 01:00pm WH 434
Staff
CHEM 1020 20C
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
03:10pm 04:00pm EA
211
Staff
CHEM 1020 20D
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
04:10pm 05:00pm PS
237
Staff
CHEM 1020 20E
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
05:10pm 06:00pm AG
223
Staff
CHEM 1020 20F
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
07:10pm 08:00pm CR
144
Staff
CHEM 1020 21A
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
11:00am 11:50am PS
237
Staff
CHEM 1020 21B
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
12:10pm 01:00pm ED
47
Staff
CHEM 1020 21C
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
03:10pm 04:00pm EN
2105
Staff
CHEM 1020 21D
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
04:10pm 05:00pm WH 434
Staff
CHEM 1020 21E
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
07:10pm 08:00pm AG
223
Staff
CHEM 1030 (Sections 01-02): Students must enroll in a corresponding laboratory and discussion section.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of CHEM 1020. Students not meeting this prerequisite will be administratively dropped.
All labs meet for lab safety training on January 16. Students not attending lab safety training may be administratively dropped.
Reserve Wednesdays, 5-7 pm for exams.
SP
CHEM 1030 01
Gen Chemistry II
4
MWF
11:00am 11:50am CR
302
Decker
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
SP
CHEM 1030 02
Gen Chemistry II
4
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm CR
302
Sommer
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
SP
CHEM 1030 10A
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
M
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
344
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 10B
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
M
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
341
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 10C
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
344
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 10D
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
09:00am 10:50am PS
341
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 10E
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
344
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 10F
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
W
02:10pm 04:00pm PS
344
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 11A
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
M
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
343
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 11B
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
343
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 11C
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
341
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 11D
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
09:00am 10:50am PS
343
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 11E
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
343
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 11F
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
W
02:10pm 04:00pm PS
343
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 20A
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
08:00am 08:50am WH 434
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 20B
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
11:00am 11:50am ED
06
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 20C
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
12:10pm 01:00pm PS
237
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 20D
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
03:10pm 04:00pm AS
401
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 20E
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
05:10pm 06:00pm CR
141
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 20F
Discussion - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
07:10pm 08:00pm CR
115
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 21A
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
08:00am 08:50am AS
401
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 21B
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
11:00am 11:50am EN
3102
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 21C
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
12:10pm 01:00pm AS
401
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 21D
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
03:10pm 04:00pm EA
207
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 21E
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
05:10pm 06:00pm CR
209
Staff
SP
CHEM 1030 21F
Discussion - Lecture Sec 2
0
T
07:10pm 08:00pm CR
141
Staff
SP
CHEM 1060 01
Adv Gen Chemistry II
4
MWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
314
Kubelka
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section. Prerequisites:
CHEM 1050 OR CHEM 1020 & Instructor Permission. Students
not meeting prerequisites will be administratively dropped.
All labs meet for lab safety training on January 16.
Students not attending lab safety training may be
administratively dropped. Reserve Wednesday 5-7 for exams.
SP
CHEM 1060 10
Laboratory
0
M
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
347
Staff
SP
CHEM 1060 11
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm 04:00pm PS
347
Staff
CHEM 2230 01
Quantitative Analysis
4
TR
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
314
Basile
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section. Prerequisites:
CHEM 1030,1060 OR Equivalent. Students not meeting
prerequisite will be administratively dropped. First lab
meeting date is January 22. Students not attending the
first lab meeting may be administratively dropped.
Reserve Wednesdays 5-7 pm for exams.
46
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
20308
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
CHEM 2230
10
Laboratory
Cr Hrs Days
0
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
M
03:25pm 05:00pm PS
134
Staff
M
02:10pm 03:25pm PS
138
W
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
134
20309
CHEM 2230 11
Laboratory
0
T
08:00am 09:15am PS
138
Staff
T
09:15am 10:50am PS
134
R
08:00am 10:50am PS
134
20310
CHEM 2230 12
Laboratory
0
T
03:25pm 05:00pm PS
134
Staff
T
02:10pm 03:25pm PS
138
R
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
134
20311*
CHEM 2230 13
Laboratory
0
T
06:00pm 07:15pm PS
138
Staff
T
07:15pm 08:50pm PS
134
R
06:00pm 08:50pm PS
134
Section will ONLY be opened for enrollment if class
enrollment exceeds 48 students.
20312
CHEM 2300 01
Introductory Organic Chemistry 4
MTWR
09:00am 09:50am CR
306
Balaz
W
05:10pm 07:00pm CR
133
Reserve Wednesdays 5-7 pm for exams.
26514
CHEM 2420 01
Organic Chem I
TR
09:35am 10:50am CR
215
Clennan
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section. Reserve
Wednesdays 5-7 pm for exams. Labs begin January 24.
Students who have not attended lab during the week of
January 24 may be adminsitratively dropped from course.
Prerequisites: CHEM 1030 or CHEM 1060. Students not meeting
prerequisites will be administratively dropped.
26515
CHEM 2420 10
Laboratory:Organic Chem I
0
R
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
238
Staff
26516
CHEM 2420 11
Laboratory:Organic Chem I
0
R
06:00pm 08:50pm PS
238
Staff
CHEM 2440 (Sections 01-02): Students MUST enroll in a laboratory section. Prerequisites: CHEM 1030 OR CHEM 1060 AND 2420. Students not
meeting prerequisite will be administratively dropped. First lab meeting date is January 22. Students not attending the lecture and lab during
this week will be administratively dropped. Reserve Wednesdays 5-7 for exams
20313
CHEM 2440 01
Organic Chemistry II
4
MWF
09:00am 09:50am CR
129
Hoberg
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
20314
CHEM 2440 02
Organic Chemistry II
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
129
Hoberg
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
20315
CHEM 2440 10
Laboratory
0
T
08:00am 10:50am PS
238
Staff
20316
CHEM 2440 11
Laboratory
0
T
08:00am 10:50am PS
240
Staff
20317
CHEM 2440 12
Laboratory
0
T
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
238
Staff
20318
CHEM 2440 13
Laboratory
0
T
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
240
Staff
20319
CHEM 2440 14
Laboratory
0
T
06:00pm 08:50pm PS
238
Staff
20320
CHEM 2440 15
Laboratory
0
T
06:00pm 08:50pm PS
240
Staff
20321
CHEM 2440 16
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
238
Staff
20322
CHEM 2440 17
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
240
Staff
20323
CHEM 2440 18
Laboratory
0
R
08:00am 10:50am PS
238
Staff
20324
CHEM 2440 19
Laboratory
0
R
08:00am 10:50am PS
240
Staff
20325
CHEM 2440 20
Laboratory
0
R
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
240
Staff
24106
CHEM 2440 21
Laboratory
0
R
06:00pm 08:50pm PS
240
Staff
26506
CHEM 4040 01
Chemical Lit
2
TR
09:35am 10:25am PS
138
Goodson
24840
CHEM 4100 01
Inorg Chem Lab
2
MW
08:00am 08:50am PS
138
Leonard
MW
09:00am 10:50am PS
134
21780
CHEM 4508 01
Physical Chemistry II
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am EN
3070
Lehmann
22794
CHEM 4515 01
App-Math P-Chem I
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am PS
138
Sommer
Crosslisted with: CHEM5515
24841
CHEM 4530 01
Physical Chem Lab II
1
T
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
134
Anderson
24843
CHEM 4530 02
Physical Chem Lab II
1
W
02:10pm 05:00pm PS
134
Anderson
21804
CHEM 4920 01
Prb:Chem - Safety Trng
1-3
Roddick
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
21805*
CHEM 4930 01
Undergrad Research
1-3
Staff
20334*
CHEM 5000 01
Sem:Disssertation
1
Staff
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
25778*
CHEM 5000 06
Sem: Professional Development 1
R
11:00am 11:50am PS
446
Carron
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
26509*
CHEM 5115 01
Descriptive Inorg
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am PS
446
Roddick
20337*
CHEM 5150 01
Inorg Group Sem
1
T
04:10pm 05:00pm PS
446
Leonard
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
21806*
CHEM 5190 01
Research: Inorganic
1-3
Staff
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
26510*
CHEM 5220 01
Mod Electroanal ME
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am PS
446
Parkinson
26513*
CHEM 5250 01
Adv Chem Instrument
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm PS
334
Dutta
47
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
21896*
CRN
USP 03
CHEM 5290
01
20338*
CHEM 5310
26511*
21898*
CHEM 5340
CHEM 5390
20156*
CHEM 5501
23230*
CHEM 5515
26512*
21781*
CHEM 5540
CHEM 5590
23900*
CHEM 5790
21782*
20158*
20159*
20160*
22878*
CHEM
CHEM
CHEM
CHEM
CHEM
5900
5920
5940
5960
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Research: Analytical Chem
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Organic Grp Sem
1
M
03:10pm 04:30pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Syn Meth Org Chem
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Res:Organic Chemistry
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Physical Group Sem
1
F
12:00pm 12:50pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
App-Math P-Chem I
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: CHEM4515
01
Molecular Spectroscopy
3
MW
01:10pm 02:25pm
01
Research:Physical Chemistry
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Res:Biochemistry
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
Staff
PS
334
Clennan
PS
446
Corcoran
Staff
PS
318
Anderson
PS
138
Sommer
PS
334
Zhou
Anderson
Varga
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Chicano Studies 766-4127
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Michell Anderson (766-2641) or Program Director Ed Muñoz (766-4127).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26373
CSD
CHST
26744
D
CHST
1100
4675
40
40
Intro Chicano Stds
3
US Women of Color
3
Crosslisted with: AAST4675 WMST4675
26445
D
CHST
3200
01
24668
CSD
CHST
3800
01
CHST
CHST
CHST
4975
4975
4975
01
02
03
Perspectives Chicana History
Crosslisted with: WMST3200
Chicana/o Society
Crosslisted with: WMST3800
Ind Studies
Ind Studies
Ind Studies
20171*
22433*
22449*
Molina
Jaime
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
EN
1055
Aragon
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
EN
3070
Munoz
1-3
1-3
1-3
Munoz
Aragon
Soto
Communication and Journalism 766-3122
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Justin Stewart (766-3122) or Department Head Ken Smith (766-5437).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Syllabi for all COJO courses are available on the department’s web page at www.uwyo.edu/cojo/syllabus.htm. Students must print a syllabus and bring
it to the first meeting of class.
• Enrolled students must attend the first full week of classes or they may be dropped from their COJO classes, allowing other students to enroll.
• Students on waitlists must attend class on the first day or they will dropped from the waitlist.
20202
23698
CS
IL
COJO
COJO
1000
1001
01
01
24692
IL
COJO
1001
02
20209
20212
20214
20215
20216
20218
20220
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
Intro Mass Media
3
MWF
Iss in Mass Media
1
M
Concurrent enrollment with COJO1000 is required
Iss in Mass Media
1
M
Concurrent enrollment with COJO 1000 is required
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
48
12:00pm 12:50pm
03:10pm 04:00pm
CR
CR
306
149
Roberts
Smith
04:10pm 05:00pm
CR
149
Smith
08:00am
08:00am
09:00am
09:00am
09:00am
10:00am
10:00am
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
115
113
115
113
147
115
113
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
08:50am
08:50am
09:50am
09:50am
09:50am
10:50am
10:50am
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
20221
20223
20224
20225
20227
20229
20234
20236
20238
20240
20243
20245
21682
22783*
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22784*
O
COJO
1010
22
23257*
O
COJO
1010
23
23258*
O
COJO
1010
24
23699*
O
COJO
1010
25
24696
20249
20251
20253
20256
23701
CS
IL
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
1030
1030
1030
1030
1040
1041
01
02
03
04
01
01
20260*
20261
WB
COJO
COJO
2060
2100
01
01
26539
WB
COJO
2100
02
20284
20285
26540
WB
WB
WB
COJO
COJO
COJO
2100
2100
2100
10
11
12
CA
COJO
COJO
COJO
2120
2150
2400
01
01
01
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
2400
3000
3010
3010
3010
3040
3070
3070
3160
3480
3480
3480
3480
3530
4000
10
01
01
02
03
01
01
02
01
01
02
03
04
01
01
26547
COJO
4061
01
23708
23262
COJO
COJO
4230
4300
01
01
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
MWF
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Public Speaking
3
TR
Reserved for Synergy students
Public Speaking
3
TR
Reserved for Synergy students
Public Speaking
3
TR
Reserved for Synergy students
Public Speaking
3
TR
Reserved for Synergy students
Public Speaking
3
TR
Reserved for Synergy
Interpersonal Communication
3
MWF
Interpersonal Communication
3
MWF
Interpersonal Communication
3
TR
Interpersonal Communication
3
TR
Intro to Hum Comm
3
MWF
Issues in Human Comm
1
W
Concurrent enrollment with COJO1040 is required
Forensics
1
W
Report & Newswriting
3
M
Crosslisted with: COJO2100
Students must enroll in a laboratory section 10 or 11
Not for Journalism majors
Report & Newswriting
3
M
Crosslisted with: COJO2100
Section reserved for Journalism Majors only
Students must enroll in Lab section 12
Laboratory
0
TR
Laboratory
0
TR
Report & Newswriting
0
MWF
For Journalism Majors only
Small Group Communication
3
MWF
Argumentation
3
TR
Intro Photography
3
T
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Required equipment: single-lens reflex digital camera
Laboratory
0
History of American Journalism 3
TR
Bus & Prof Communication
3
TR
Bus & Prof Communication
3
TR
Bus & Prof Communication
3
MWF
Adv Communication Theory
3
MWF
Intro Communication Research 3
TR
Intro Communication Research 3
MWF
Theory of Lang & Society
3
MWF
Internship
1-12 W
Internship
1-12
Internship
1-12
Internship
1-12 W
Online Journalism
3
MWF
News-Making Process
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: COJO5000
Rhet Theory Crit
3
TR
Crosslisted with: COJO5061
Tp:Adv New Media
3
MWF
Advertising Campgn
3
TR
26542
24730
23259
23260
25371
20287
23261
26543
21756
20289
26541
25374
20291
20293
20295
22008
26544
26545
CA
WC
Cr Hrs Days
49
Times
10:00am
11:00am
11:00am
12:00pm
12:00pm
08:10am
08:10am
08:10am
09:35am
09:35am
09:35am
11:00am
11:00am
01:20pm
Bldg Room Instructor
10:50am
11:50am
11:50am
12:50pm
12:50pm
09:25am
09:25am
09:25am
10:50am
10:50am
10:50am
12:15pm
12:15pm
02:35pm
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
147
115
113
113
115
115
113
147
115
113
147
113
147
113
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Hettgar
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
113
Hettgar
11:00am 12:15pm
CR
115
Hoff
01:20pm 02:35pm
CR
115
Hoff
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
115
Hoff
09:00am
10:00am
08:10am
09:35am
10:00am
01:10pm
09:50am
10:50am
09:25am
10:50am
10:50am
02:00pm
AG
EN
EN
EN
BU
ED
223
3105
3105
3105
AUD
06
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Stewart
Hettgar
06:10pm 07:00pm
03:10pm 04:00pm
CR
AG
137
2018
Cram
Gladney
03:10pm 04:00pm
AG
2018
Gladney
08:10am 09:25am
09:35am 10:50am
11:00am 11:50am
AS
AS
AS
228
228
228
Staff
Staff
Smith
11:00am 11:50am
02:45pm 04:00pm
04:10pm 06:00pm
EN
PS
AG
3105
237
4021
Hsu
Cram
Smith
11:00am
09:35am
01:20pm
11:00am
09:00am
11:00am
09:00am
02:10pm
08:00am
12:15pm
10:50am
02:35pm
11:50am
09:50am
12:15pm
09:50am
03:00pm
09:50am
CR
EN
EN
EN
WH
EN
CR
CR
BU
310
2108
1055
3106
240
3112
207
113
21
12:00pm 12:50pm
12:00pm 12:50pm
01:10pm 02:00pm
CR
AG
207
223
Smith
Brown
Hettgar
Gilchrist
Bingham
Stewart
Gilchrist
Hsu
Roberts
Smith
Smith
Staff
Bingham
Landreville
Smith
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
141
Patton
10:00am 10:50am
09:35am 10:50am
CR
AG
207
223
Landreville
Price
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
20329
26549
CRN
USP 03
COJO
COJO
4310
4600
01
01
20330
23377
23421
25821
26546
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
4990
4990
4990
4990
5000
01
02
03
05
01
26548
COJO
5061
01
21758
22462
26550
COJO
COJO
COJO
5080
5310
5600
01
01
01
24198
24205
25703
25705
25715
25822
25843
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
COJO
5890
5890
5890
5890
5890
5890
5890
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Publ Relat Tech
Mass Media Ethics
Crosslisted with: COJO5600
Indep Study in Comm
Indep Study in Comm
Indep Study in Comm
Indep Study in Comm
News-making Process
Crosslisted with: COJO4000
Rhetorical Theory/Criticism
Crosslisted with: COJO4061
Research Comm II
Sem:Mass Comm Theory
Mass Media Ethics
Crosslisted with: COJO4600
Prob:Communication
Prob:Communication
Prob:Communication
Prob:Communication
Prob:Communication
Prob:Communication
Prob:Communication
Cr Hrs Days
20331
COJO
5900
01
21789
COJO
5900
02
23265
22054
COJO
COJO
5900
5920
03
01
22055
COJO
5940
01
22053
COJO
5960
01
22952
COJO
5960
02
24206
COJO
5961
01
22056
COJO
5990
01
Prac:College Tchng
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Prac:College Tchng
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Practicum in College Teaching
Cont Reg: On Campus
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: Off Campus
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Graduate Projects
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Internship
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
3
3
TR
MT
Times
01:20pm 02:35pm
05:00pm 07:50pm
Bldg Room Instructor
AG
CR
223
147
Price
Gladney
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
AG
223
Landreville
Smith
Hsu
Stewart
Smith
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
141
Patton
3
3
3
TR
W
MT
01:20pm 02:35pm
05:00pm 07:50pm
05:00pm 07:50pm
ED
RH
CR
06
24
147
Brown
Price
Gladney
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
Gladney
Brown
24 Lawson-Borders
Landreville
Smith
Price
Gilchrist
M
07:00am 08:00am
RH
1-3
M
02:45pm 04:45pm
RH
24
Bingham
1-3
M
02:45pm 04:45pm
BU
259
Stewart
1-3
1-2
M
03:10pm 05:00pm
RH
339
Roberts
Brown
1-2
Brown
1-12
Brown
1-12
Brown
1-4
Brown
1-12
Staff
Criminal Justice 766-2988
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator, Cathy Moen (766-2177), or Department Head, Bob Schuhmann (766-2988). The Pre-Law concentration
advisor, Cheryl Burnett, can be contacted at the Department of Criminal Justice Office or by phoning 766-2988.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Syllabi for all CRMJ courses are available on the department’s web page at www.uwyo.edu/cj. Students must print a syllabus and bring it to the first
meeting of class.
Online UW Courses:
26939
CRMJ
4370
40
26921
CRMJ
4600
40
26941
CRMJ
4760
40
26943
CRMJ
4760
41
22453
26262
20401
20398
CRMJ
CRMJ
CRMJ
CRMJ
1001
1001
2210
2400
01
02
01
01
26266
22492
CRMJ
CRMJ
2685
3150
01
01
Criminal Psychopathology
Crosslisted with: PSYC4370
Political Violence
Crosslisted with: POLS4600
Child Maltreatment
Crosslisted with: PSYC4760
Child Maltreatment
Crosslisted with: PSYC4760
3
Blau
3
Pizor
3
Dahl
3
Staff
Intro to Criminal Justice
Intro to Criminal Justice
Criminal Law
Criminology
Crosslisted with: SOC2400
Research Methods
Crime Causation
3
3
3
3
TR
MWF
TR
MWF
09:35am
01:10pm
11:00am
10:00am
10:50am
02:00pm
12:15pm
10:50am
CR
CR
CR
CR
214
215
129
222
3
3
MWF
TR
11:00am 11:50am
01:20pm 02:35pm
CR
AG
215
1032
50
Culhane
Staff
Burnett
Heck
Freng
Lee
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
CRMJ
CRMJ
CRMJ
CRMJ
3200
3350
4140
4250
01
01
01
01
CRMJ
CRMJ
CRMJ
4280
4700
4730
01
01
01
20392*
23649
CRMJ
CRMJ
4750
4760
01
01
22247*
20391*
20388*
CRMJ
CRMJ
CRMJ
4965
4970
4975
01
01
01
Ethics & Adm Justice
Intro Corrections
Criminal Leg Proc
Sociology of Law
Crosslisted with: SOC4250
Comparative CJ
Global Terrorism
Psychology & Law
Crosslisted with: PSYC4730
Int:Criminal Justice
Child Maltreatment
Crosslisted with: PSYC4760
Research Hrs in CRMJ
Criminal Justice Practicum
Readings
26265
23594
23170
26264
22748
23171
26263
GWC
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
3
3
3
3
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
09:00am
11:00am
02:45pm
02:45pm
09:50am
11:50am
04:00pm
04:00pm
CR
CR
CR
WH
215
105
215
240
Freng
Wodahl
Burnett
Holmes
3
3
3
MWF
TR
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
11:00am 12:15pm
11:00am 11:50am
CR
AV
CR
115
212
118
Heck
Barnhart
Walker
1-6
3
MWF
02:10pm 03:00pm
CR
115
Staff
Nunez
1-6
9-12
1-3
Staff
Staff
Staff
Ecology 766-6240
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Brenna Wanous (766-6240), Berry Center Room 231.
26303
ECOL
5060
24115
ECOL
5350
22537
25286
25452*
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
5550
5620
5620
22220
24171*
ECOL
ECOL
5780
5780
22221
22222
22223*
22600
23357*
23371*
23378*
23399
24083
24088
24219
25542*
25602
25745
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
ECOL
5920
5940
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
01
Adv Concepts in Evolution
3
TR
01:35pm 03:00pm
Crosslisted with: BOT5060 ZOO5060
01
Sem:Ecol Impacts Climate Chng 1
W
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: ZOO5890
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Ecology Profession
2
01
Tp:Shrubland Ecology
3
W
03:10pm 06:00pm
03
Tp:Biogeochemistry Readings
1
00:00am 00:01am
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Research in Ecology
1-6
02
Research in Ecology
1-6
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg:On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-2
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
04
Dissertation Research
1-12
05
Dissertation Research
1-12
06
Dissertation Research
1-12
07
Dissertation Research
1-12
08
Dissertation Research
1-12
09
Dissertation Research
1-12
10
Dissertation Research
1-12
11
Dissertation Research
9
12
Dissertation Research
1-12
BC
227
Staff
AN
220
Walters
PS
231
Lauenroth
Hild
Pendall
Buerkle
Burke
Staff
Staff
Buerkle
Buskirk
Stahl
Baker
Weinig
Tinker
Staff
Lauenroth
Pendall
Lockwood
Reiners
Williams
English 766-6453
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Christine Stebbins (766-6490) or Department Head Caroline McCracken-Flesher (766-6452).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend classes by Friday, January 13 or they may be administratively dropped from their English classes, allowing other students to enroll.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first class session and all subsequent class sessions through the drop/add period in order to remain on the waitlist.
• Waitlisted students should not buy textbooks.
• All English classes may require additional meeting times.
Online UW Courses:
26945
CHD
ENGL
1080
40
26946
1080
41
CHD
ENGL
Intro Womens Studies
Crosslisted with: WMST1080
Intro Womens Studies
Crosslisted with: WMST1080
51
3
Shea
3
Gage
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
26947
CHD
ENGL
1080
42
Intro Womens Studies
Crosslisted with: WMST1080
3
Covello
26379
26380
26381
26382
26383
26849
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
4010
4010
4010
4010
4010
4950
40
41
42
43
44
40
Technical Writing in Professns
Technical Writing in Professns
Technical Writing in Professns
Technical Writing in Professns
Technical Writing in Professns
Amer Dream in Literature
3
3
3
3
3
3
Van Baalen-Wood
Van Baalen-Wood
Kirkmeyer
Staff
Staff
Bogart
23889
20438
23204
20440
20441
22912
20444
20445
22785
20447
20449
26176
23202
20450
26175
20451
22787
26174
22786
22460
20453
22458
22908*
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
23630
27039
I
CHD
ENGL
ENGL
1040
1080
01
01
27040
CHD
ENGL
1080
02
26531
CHD
ENGL
1080
03
20454
23614*
WB
WB
ENGL
ENGL
2005
2005
01
02
20463
CHWB
ENGL
2020
01
20467
CHWB
ENGL
2020
02
20462
CHWB
ENGL
2020
03
20465
CHWB
ENGL
2020
04
20468
CHWB
ENGL
2020
05
23195
CHWB
ENGL
2020
06
26173
20509
CHWB
WB
ENGL
ENGL
2020
2035
07
01
21785
ENGL
2050
01
26044
26054
26043
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
2060
2070
2410
01
01
01
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Coll Comp/Rhet
3
Stretch 1010: Contact Joyce Stewart
([email protected]) for information.
IC:Intro to Creative Writing
3
Intro Womens Studies
3
Crosslisted with: WMST1080
Intro Womens Studies
3
Crosslisted with: WMST1080
Intro Womens Studies
3
Crosslisted with: WMST1080
Writing in Tech & Sci
3
Writing in Tech & Sci
3
Reserved for ME or ESE students only;
Please contact Mechanical Engineering
Intro to Literature
3
Prerequisites: WA; Sophomore Standing
Intro to Literature
3
Prerequisites: WA; Sophomore Standing
Intro to Literature
3
Prerequisites: WA; Sophomore Standing
Intro to Literature
3
Prerequisites: WA; Sophomore Standing
Intro to Literature
3
Prerequisites: WA; Sophomore Standing
Topic: Science Fiction
Intro to Literature
3
Prerequisites; WA; Sophomore Standing
Intro to Literature
3
Writing Public Forums
3
Prerequisite: WA
CW:Fiction
3
Prerequisite: WA
CW: Intro Non-Fiction
3
Crea Autobiog Wrtg
3
Literary Genres
3
CHWB
Cr Hrs Days
52
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
TR
TR
MWF
08:00am
08:00am
08:00am
09:00am
09:00am
09:00am
10:00am
10:00am
10:00am
11:00am
11:00am
11:00am
12:00pm
12:00pm
12:00pm
01:10pm
01:10pm
01:10pm
08:10am
08:10am
09:35am
11:00am
02:10pm
08:50am
08:50am
08:50am
09:50am
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09:50am
10:50am
10:50am
10:50am
11:50am
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11:50am
12:50pm
12:50pm
12:50pm
02:00pm
02:00pm
02:00pm
09:25am
09:25am
10:50am
12:15pm
03:00pm
HO
CR
CR
HO
CR
CR
HO
CR
CR
HO
CR
EA
CR
HO
EA
HO
CR
EN
HO
CR
AG
BU
AG
123B
225
221
123B
225
221
123B
225
144
123B
221
229
225
123B
215
123B
225
1044
123B
225
328
8
328
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Galbreath
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Stewart
TR
MWF
01:20pm 02:35pm
10:00am 10:50am
HO
215
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
EA
211
TR
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
11:00am 12:15pm
HO
EN
123B
1041
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
CR
221
Bray
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
CR
221
Hanley
MWF
03:10pm 04:00pm
CR
221
Hanley
TR
08:10am 09:25am
CR
221
Pexton
TR
09:35am 10:50am
CR
221
Stricker
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
CR
221
Kirkmeyer
TR
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
01:20pm 02:35pm
CR
HO
147
123B
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
HO
207
Bergstraesser
TR
T
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
06:10pm 08:50pm
01:20pm 02:35pm
BU
CR
CR
222
225
221
Heaney
Fitch
Pexton
Bergstraesser
Harkin
Harkin
Moran
Keeney
Galbreath
Stricker
Garner
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
24137
CH
ENGL
2425
01
20604
CH
ENGL
2430
01
20605
CH
ENGL
2435
01
ENGL
3610
01
Lit in English I
3
TR
02:45am
Prerequisite: WA
Lit in English II
3
MWF
11:00am
Prerequisite: WA
Lit in English III
3
M
04:10pm
Prerequisite: WA
Non-West WMN Writers
3
TR
02:45pm
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Gender & Humanities
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: ART3710 HIST3710 WMST3710
21 C Iss Prof Writing
3
TR
11:00am
Prerequisite of ENGL 2035 & by consent of instructor
Technical Writing in Professns
3
MWF
11:00am
Prerequisites: WA and WB; Junior Standing
Technical Writing in Professns
3
MWF
03:10pm
Technical Writing in Professns
3
TR
09:35am
Prerequisites: WA and WB; Junior Standing
Technical Writing in Professns
3
MWF
02:10pm
Prerequisites: WA and WB; Junior Standing
Technical Writing in Professns
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisites: WA and WB; Junior Standing
Technical Writing in Professns
3
TR
02:45pm
Prerequisites: WA and WB; Junior Standing
Technical Writing in Professns
3
TR
05:15pm
Special section - International Students only.
Contact C. Stebbins at [email protected]
Publication Editing
3
TR
09:35am
Prerequisites: WA & WB (ENGL 2035 & 3000 recommended)
WW:Poetry
3
TR
09:35am
Prerequisites: 1 Creative Writing Class in the Genre or
consent of instructor
WW:Poetry
3
MWF
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: WIND4990 WMST4500 WMST5000
Prerequisites: 1 Creative Writing Class in the Genre or
consent of instructor
WW:Non-Fiction
3
TR
04:10pm
Prerequisite: 1 Creative Writing Class in the Genre
Writing for Non-Profits
3
TR
02:45pm
Prerequisites: WA and WB
Shakespeare: Tragedy Rom
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisite: 6 hours 2000-level literature courses
Chaucer
3
TR
08:10am
17 C English Renais Lit
3
TR
02:45pm
18C English Lit
3
TR
09:35am
Victorian Poetry
3
MWF
01:10pm
Am Prose:Early-Mid
3
TR
11:00am
St:African Literature
3
TR
02:45pm
Crosslisted with: AAST4990 WMST4500
Ind Reading
1-3
Ind Reading
1-3
Ind Reading
1-3
Honors Thesis
1-3
Honors Thesis
1-3
Honors Thesis
1-3
Honors Thesis
1-3
Honors Thesis
1-3
Honors Thesis
1-3
EF:Rhetorics of the Body
3
R
05:10pm
Prerequisite: 6 hours 2000-level literature courses
EF:Graphic Novel
3
M
05:10pm
Prerequisite: 6 hours 2000-level literature courses
Writing Internship
3
Senior Sem in English
3
W
03:10pm
Prerequisite: advanced (senior) standing in English
Senior Sem in English
3
W
03:10pm
Prerequisite: advanced (senior) standing in English
Grad Apprenticship
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
26047
26457
CH
ENGL
3710
01
20606*
WC
ENGL
4000
01
20625
WC
ENGL
4010
01
24776
22764
WC
WC
ENGL
ENGL
4010
4010
02
03
23663
WC
ENGL
4010
04
22470
WC
ENGL
4010
05
23633
WC
ENGL
4010
06
20628*
WC
ENGL
4010
07
20629
ENGL
4020
01
22455
ENGL
4050
01
24266
ENGL
4050
02
23188
ENGL
4050
03
ENGL
4075
01
20631
ENGL
4120
01
26046
26063
26045
26049
26048
24678
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
4160
4200
4210
4250
4360
4600
01
01
01
01
01
01
20632*
22161*
22578*
20633*
22240*
22277*
22281*
23416*
23425*
24259
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
4620
4620
4620
4630
4630
4630
4630
4630
4630
4640
01
02
03
01
02
03
04
05
06
01
23956
ENGL
4640
02
23193
WC
20634*
20635*
WC
ENGL
ENGL
4970
4990
01
01
20636*
WC
ENGL
4990
02
ENGL
5080
02
25481*
Cr Hrs Days
53
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
04:00am
BU
111
Croft
11:50am
BU
23
Marks
06:50pm
BU
10
McCracken-Flesher
04:00pm
HO
215
02:35pm
EN
2105
12:15pm
CR
225
Knievel
11:50am
CR
225
Fisher
04:00pm
10:50am
CR
HO
225
123B
Fisher
Garner
03:00pm
CR
225
Stricker
02:35pm
CR
225
Keeney
04:00pm
CR
225
Keeney
06:30pm
HO
123B
10:50am
CR
225
10:50am
CO
CAR
Northrop
03:00pm
HO
215
Pafunda
05:35pm
CR
221
Fitch
04:00pm
HO
123B Quackenbush
02:35pm
CR
141
Parolin
09:25am
04:00pm
10:50am
02:00pm
12:15pm
04:00pm
HO
BU
HO
CR
HO
CR
215
110
215
221
215
221
Croft
Remien
Reverand
Marks
Holland
Hix
Holland
Zare
Stebbins
Kirkmeyer
07:50pm
HO
215
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Quackenbush
07:50pm
CR
221
Marks
05:50pm
HO
Van Baalen-Wood
215
Remien
05:50pm
HO
212
Croft
Staff
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
25482*
CRN
USP 03
ENGL
5080
03
25483*
ENGL
5080
04
26051*
26050*
26052*
24268*
26053*
20712*
22097*
22101*
22165*
26001*
23197*
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
5230
5250
5330
5530
5540
5550
5550
5550
5550
5550
5560
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
03
04
05
01
22052*
ENGL
5560
02
20713*
ENGL
5900
01
22111*
ENGL
5900
02
22112*
ENGL
5900
03
23816*
ENGL
5900
04
25556*
ENGL
5900
05
26235*
26236
20714*
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
5900
5900
5920
06
07
01
20715*
ENGL
5940
01
20716*
ENGL
5960
01
23817*
ENGL
5960
02
20717*
22279*
24075*
ENGL
ENGL
ENGL
5975
5975
5975
01
02
03
24226*
22539*
ENGL
ENGL
5975
5990
04
01
Grad Apprenticship
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Grad Apprenticship
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Stds: American Gothic
1-4
W
Stds: Shakespeare
1-4
TR
Stds: 20C US Lit Disney
1-4
R
Mod Crit Theory Pr
1-4
M
Sem: Publishing Procedures
4
R
Ind Std Creat Writ
1-3
Ind Std Creat Writ
1-3
Ind Std Creat Writ
1-3
Ind Std Creat Writ
1-3
Ind Std Creat Writ
1-3
WW:Poetry
1-4
T
Only for students enrolled in the MFA Program
WW:MFA Narrative
1-4
W
Only for students enrolled in the MFA Program
Prac-College Tchng
1
M
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Prac-College Tchng
1
M
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Prac-College Tchng
1
M
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Prac-College Tchng
1
M
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Prac-College Tchng
1
M
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Prac-College Tchng
1
M
Prac-College Tchng
1
M
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Independent Study
1-4
Independent Study
1-4
Independent Study
1-4
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Independent Study
1-4
Int:MFA Internship
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Staff
Staff
05:10pm
07:10pm
01:10pm
05:10pm
03:10pm
08:50pm
09:00pm
04:40pm
08:50pm
06:50pm
HO
HO
HO
HO
CO
207
207
207
207
CAR
03:10pm 06:50pm
CO
CAR
Forbes
Parolin
Aronstein
Remien
Watson
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Northrop
03:10pm 06:50pm
CO
CAR
Hagy
04:10pm 05:00pm
CR
144
04:10pm 05:00pm
ED
45
04:10pm 05:00pm
ED
021
Kirkmeyer
04:10pm 05:00pm
PS
239
Stewart
04:10pm 05:00pm
PS
234
Pexton
04:10pm 05:00pm
04:10pm 05:00pm
PS
HO
237
108
Marks
Garner
Staff
Galbreath
Fisher
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Gender and Women’s Studies 766-2733
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Program Director Colleen Denney (766-2733).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend classes by January 13 or they may be dropped from their WMST classes, allowing other students to enroll.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first and all subsequent class sessions in order to remain on the waitlist.
Online UW Courses:
26670
CHD
WMST 1080
40
26671
CHD
WMST 1080
41
26892
CHD
WMST 1080
42
26672
LO
WMST 1900
40
26675
26746
CD
D
WMST 2000
WMST 4675
40
40
Intro to Women’s Studies
3
Crosslisted with: ENGL1080
Intro to Women’s Studies
3
Crosslisted with: ENGL1080
Intro to Women’s Studies
3
Crosslisted with: ENGL1080
Women & Leadership
3
Crosslisted with: SOWK1900
Intro LGBTQ/NS Studies
3
US Women of Color
3
Crosslisted with: AAST4675 CHST4675
54
Shea
Gage
Covello
Shea
Walsh-Haines
Jaime
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
21594
CHD
WMST 1080
01
21595
CHD
WMST 1080
02
21596
CHD
WMST 1080
03
26469
D
WMST 2700
01
26453
D
WMST 3200
01
WMST 3300
01
Intro to Women’s Studies
3
MWF
10:00am
Crosslisted with: ENGL1080
Intro to Women’s Studies
3
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: ENGL1080
Intro to Women’s Studies
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: ENGL1080
Gender & Disabilities
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: WIND2700
Perspectives Chicana History
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: CHST3200
Exploration of Latina Divas
Gender Development
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: PSYC3300
Pop Music and Sexualities
3
T
07:00pm
Crosslisted with: AMST3400
Gender and Society
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: POLS3500
Gender & Humanities
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: ART3710 ENGL3710 HIST3710
Chicana/o Society
3
TR
02:45pm
Crosslisted with: CHST3800
Global Sex Work/Trafficking
3
W
06:00pm
Crosslisted with: INST4240 INST5240 WMST5240
Tp: African Literature
3
TR
02:45pm
Crosslisted with: AAST4990 ENGL4600
Subtitled: Women Writing Africa
Workshop: Poetry & Identity
3
MWF
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: ENGL4050 WIND4990 WMST5000
Gender & Global Change
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: INST4580 INST5580 WMST5580
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Women of India
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: WMST5590
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Feminist Theories
3
TR
01:20pm
Wmn’s Bodies/Minds
3
T
04:00pm
Crosslisted with: NURS4960 WMST5000
Senior Honors Project
3
Internship
3
Independent Study
1-4
Tp:Wmn’s Bodies/Wmn’s Minds 3
T
04:00pm
Crosslisted with: NURS4960 WMST4960
Workshop: Poetry and Identity
3
MWF
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: ENGL4050 WIND4990 WMST4500
Tp: Wmn in Early Mdrn Europe
3
W
01:00pm
Crosslisted with: HIST5660
Global Sex Work/Trafficking
3
W
06:00pm
Crosslisted with: INST4240 INST5240 WMST4240
Gender & Global Change
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: INST4580 INST5580 WMST4580
Women of India
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: WMST4590
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Feminist Theories
3
TR
01:20pm
Students must enroll in the discussion section, WMST 5700-20
Fem Theory Discussion
0
W
12:00pm
Prac College Teaching
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Independent Study
1-4
Internship
1-12
26468
27080
CHD
WMST 3400
01
26465
WB
WMST 3500
01
26454
CH
WMST 3710
01
24754
CSD
WMST 3800
01
25679
G
WMST 4240
01
22438
WMST 4500
01
22771
WMST 4500
02
24862
CSG
WMST 4580
01
26440
G
WMST 4590
01
21784
26508
WC
CS
WMST 4700
WMST 4960
01
01
21664*
21721*
21722*
22456
WMST
WMST
WMST
WMST
4965
4970
4975
5000
01
01
01
01
22791
WMST 5000
02
24006
WMST 5000
03
25700
WMST 5240
01
24875
WMST 5580
01
26441
WMST 5590
01
22439
WMST 5700
01
25354
21796*
WMST 5700
WMST 5900
20
01
21797*
WMST 5960
01
21798*
23179*
WMST 5970
WMST 5990
01
01
Cr Hrs Days
55
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
10:50am
EA
229
Harkin
02:00pm
CR
141
Harkin
02:35pm
EA
211
Moran
02:35pm
EN
4066
Jarman
12:15pm
EN
1055
Aragon
10:50am
BU
129
Hartung
09:30pm
Adelt
02:35pm
CR
147
Dewey
02:35pm
EN
2105
Zare
04:00pm
EN
3070
Munoz
09:00pm
AS
401
Dewey
04:00pm
CR
221
Hix
03:00pm
HO
215
Pafunda
10:50am
ED
47
10:50am
CR
144
02:35pm
06:50pm
EN
CR
3114
144
Dewey
Zare
Monaghan
Parmley
06:50pm
CR
144
Denney
Connolly
Denney
Parmley
03:00pm
HO
215
Pafunda
03:50pm
RH
24
Logan
09:00pm
AS
401
Dewey
10:50am
ED
47
Dewey
10:50am
CR
144
02:35pm
EN
3114
12:50pm
RH
339
Zare
Logan
Denney
Denney
Denney
Denney
Connolly
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Geography 766-3311
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Deb Paulson (766-2628) or Department Chair Gerald Webster (766-3311).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26400
CS
GEOG 3550
40
Nat Haz & Society
21763
CSG
GEOG 1000
01
26028
CSG
GEOG 1000
02
21764
SE
GEOG 1010
01
21765
21766
21767
21768
21769
21770
21778
22423
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
CSG
L
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1020
2150
10
11
12
13
14
15
01
01
22427
22434
26428
GEOG 2150
GEOG 2150
GEOG 3050
20
21
01
22518
GEOG 3150
01
GEOG 3280
GEOG 3480
GEOG 4113
01
01
01
22814
21859
GEOG 4113
GEOG 4210
10
01
21869
21926
21927
24555
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
4210
4210
4210
4211
10
11
12
01
26058
GEOG 4325
01
26026
GEOG 4450
01
23656
25362
GEOG 4460
GEOG 4502
01
01
21933*
21934*
GEOG 4860
GEOG 4870
01
01
21935*
26210
GEOG 4875
GEOG 4880
01
01
23841
GEOG 4880
03
24333*
GEOG 4880
06
22813
GEOG 5113
01
22815
GEOG 5113
10
World Reg Geogr
3
TR
Crosslisted with: INST1060
World Reg Geogr
3
TR
Crosslisted with: INST1060
Intro Phys Geog
4
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
M
Laboratory
0
M
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
R
Laboratory
0
R
Intro Human Geogr
3
MWF
Foundations GIS & Tech
4
MWF
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Discussion
0
W
Discussion
0
W
Economic Geography
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: INST3050
Surv Rem Sens Appl
3
TR
Crosslisted with: BOT3150
Spatial Methods
4
TR
Environmental Change
3
TR
Geological Remote Sensing
4
MWF
Crosslisted with: GEOG5113 GEOL4113 GEOL5113
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Advanced GIS
4
TR
Crosslisted with: GEOG5210
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
F
Adv Rem Sens Env
4
TR
Crosslisted with: BOT4211 BOT5211 GEOG5211
Legal Aspects of Planning
3
M
Crosslisted with: GEOG5325
Fluvial Geomrphlgy
3
TR
Crosslisted with: GEOG5450
Biogeography
3
TR
Images of Wyoming & the West 3
W
Crosslisted with: GEOG5502
Prerequisites: GEOG 1000 or 1020; junior standing
Field Studies:
1-6
Internship/Practicum
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Offered for S/U only.
Independent Study
1-6
Tp: Adv Global Climate Variab
1-9
W
Crosslisted with: GEOG5880
Tp:Global Cities
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: INST4560 INST5560
Tp:Critiquing Research Lit
3
W
Crosslisted with: GEOG5880
Geological Remote Sensing
4
MWF
Crosslisted with: GEOG4113 GEOL4113 GEOL5113
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
24618
26209
22810
GWB
3
56
Valastro
09:35am 10:50am
CR
133
Webster
01:20pm 02:35pm
CR
306
Webster
11:00am 11:50am
CR
310
Legleiter
12:10pm
02:10pm
12:10pm
02:10pm
09:35am
03:10pm
10:00am
09:00am
02:00pm
04:00pm
02:00pm
04:00pm
11:25am
05:00pm
10:50am
09:50am
AS
AS
AS
AS
AS
AS
CR
AV
401
401
401
401
401
401
133
212
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Harty
Hamerlinck
12:10pm 02:00pm
03:10pm 05:00pm
10:00am 10:50am
AG
AS
AS
328
328
210
Staff
Staff
Chen
09:35am 10:50am
AS
210
Driese
02:45pm 05:00pm
01:20pm 02:35pm
01:10pm 02:00pm
AS
EN
GE
320
3111
209
Gribb
Shinker
Howell
02:10pm 04:00pm
01:20pm 02:35pm
ESB 1006
EN
2108
Howell
Andersen
11:00am
02:45pm
11:00am
11:00am
12:50pm
04:35pm
12:50pm
01:00pm
AS
AS
AS
AG
314
314
314
328
Staff
Staff
Staff
Driese
06:15pm 09:00pm
AS
401
Gribb
09:35am 10:50am
AS
314
Legleiter
11:00am 12:15pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
AS
AS
210
210
Minckley
Harty
Staff
Prager
02:10pm 05:00pm
AS
203
Staff
Shinker
01:10pm 02:00pm
CR
219
Chen
06:00pm 08:30pm
AS
203
Webster
01:10pm 02:00pm
GE
209
Howell
02:10pm 04:00pm
ESB 1006
Howell
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
22264
GEOG 5210
01
22265
22266
22267
24556
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
26059
GEOG 5325
26027
GEOG 5450
25363
GEOG 5502
21936*
26211
GEOG 5875
GEOG 5880
24334
GEOG 5880
26056
26057*
21969*
GEOG 5920
GEOG 5940
GEOG 5960
5210
5210
5210
5211
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Advanced GIS
4
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4210
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
W
11:00am 12:50pm
11
Laboratory
0
W
02:45pm 04:35pm
12
Laboratory
0
F
11:00am 12:50pm
01
Adv Rem Sens Env
4
TR
11:00am 01:00pm
Crosslisted with: BOT4211 BOT5211 GEOG4211
01
Legal Aspect of Planning
3
M
06:15pm 09:00pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4325
01
Fluvial Geomrphlgy
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: GEOG4450
01
Images of Wyoming & the West 3
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4502
01
Independent Study
1-6
01
Tp: Adv Global Climate Variab
1-9
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4880
06
Tp:Critiquing Research Lit
3
W
06:00pm 08:30pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4880
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
M
04:00pm 06:00pm
01
Thesis Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
EN
2108
Andersen
AS
AS
AS
AG
314
314
314
328
Staff
Staff
Staff
Driese
AS
401
Gribb
AS
314
Legleiter
AS
210
Harty
AS
203
Staff
Shinker
AS
203
Webster
AS
401
Staff
Staff
Staff
Geology and Geophysics 766-3386
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Academic Coordinator Lexi Edwards (766-3389) or Department Head Paul Heller (766-3389).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20464
SE
GEOL
1070
01
20469
SE
GEOL
1100
01
20471
20472
20474
20476
20477
20479
20480
20482
20484
20485
20494
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
2005
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
01
20496
20497
23945
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
2005
2005
2020
10
11
01
23946
23947
25663
20498
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
2020
2020
2020
2050
10
11
12
01
23147
GEOL
2070
01
21753
GSE
GEOL
3650
01
21761
21762
23790
26563
22812
GSE
GSE
GSE
GSE
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
3650
3650
3650
3650
4113
10
11
12
13
01
Earth:Phys Environ
4
MWF
12:10pm
Crosslisted with: ASTR1070
Enrollment is restricted to Elementary Education majors
Physical Geology
4
TR
01:20pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
08:00am
Laboratory
0
T
10:00am
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm
Laboratory
0
W
08:00am
Laboratory
0
W
10:00am
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
08:00am
Laboratory
0
R
10:00am
Intro to Geophysics
4
MWF
12:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
03:10pm
Intro to Petrology
2
T
10:00am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
10:00am
Laboratory
0
W
12:10pm
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm
Princ Paleontology
3
MW
02:10pm
R
03:10pm
Intro to Oceanography
4
MWF
11:00am
R
01:10pm
Energy: A Geological Perspectv 4
MWF
09:00am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
03:10pm
Laboratory
0
F
01:10pm
Geological Remote Sensing
4
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4113 GEOG5113 GEOL5113
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
57
02:00pm
PS
237
Shuman
02:35pm
CR
129
Sims
09:50am
11:50am
05:00pm
08:50pm
09:50am
11:50am
03:00pm
05:00pm
09:50am
11:50am
12:50pm
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
HS
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
211 Campbell-Stone
105
Dueker
03:00pm
05:00pm
10:50am
GE
GE
CR
318
Dueker
318
Dueker
142 Campbell-Stone
11:50am
02:00pm
04:00pm
03:00pm
05:00pm
11:50am
03:00pm
09:50am
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
GE
ESB
AG
202 Campbell-Stone
202 Campbell-Stone
202 Campbell-Stone
209
Clementz
209
318
Holbrook
1004
2018
Myers
05:00pm
03:00pm
05:00pm
03:00pm
02:00pm
ESB
ESB
ESB
ESB
GE
1004
1004
1004
1004
209
Myers
Myers
Myers
Myers
Howell
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
22816
25328
CRN
USP 03
GEOL
GEOL
4113
4190
10
01
20499
GEOL
4200
01
26572
GEOL
4200
02
26573
GEOL
4200
03
26615
GEOL
4200
04
20500
GEOL
4210
01
25470
GEOL
4210
02
27087
GEOL
4210
03
27093
GEOL
4210
04
21994
GEOL
4444
01
26042
26617
GEOL
GEOL
4490
4760
01
01
22015*
22749
GEOL
GEOL
4800
4835
01
01
22811
GEOL
5113
01
22817
25329
GEOL
GEOL
5113
5190
10
01
25331
GEOL
5191
01
20510
GEOL
5200
01
26575
GEOL
5200
02
26576
GEOL
5200
03
26616
GEOL
5200
04
20511
GEOL
5210
01
Laboratory
0
W
Petroleum Geology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: GEOL5190
Tp:Dist Lect
1
M
Crosslisted with: GEOL4210 GEOL5200 GEOL5210
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Tpcs Geol:
1-3
MF
Crosslisted with: GEOL5200
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Crosslisted with: GEOL 5200
Tp:Engy Myth:Sep Fact/Fantasy 2
MW
Crosslisted with: GEOL5200
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Crosslisted with: GEOL5200
Tpcs:Planetary Volcanism
1
M
Crosslisted with: GEOL5200
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Crosslisted with:GEOL 5200
Tp:Dist Lect
1
M
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200 GEOL5200 GEOL5210
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Tp:GeoSci & Computers I
2
TR
Crosslisted with: GEOL5210
Topics
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: GEOL5210
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Only
Topics: Seismic Anisotrophy
2
MW
Crosslisted with: GEOL5210
Geohydrology
4
TR
T
Crosslisted with: GEOL5444
Geochemistry
TR
Rates of Surface Processes
3
M
W
Crosslisted with: GEOL5760
Independent
1-3
Applied Geophysics
3
MW
F
Crosslisted with: GEOL5835
Geological Remote Sensing
4
MWF
Crosslisted with: GEOG4113 GEOG5113 GEOL4113
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Petroleum Geology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: GEOL4190
Methods Pet Geol
3
TR
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Tp:Dist Lect
1
M
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200 GEOL4210 GEOL5210
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Topics:Geology
1-3
MF
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200
Tp:Engy Myth:Sep Fact/Fantasy 2
MW
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200
Topics:Planetary Volcanism
1
M
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Crosslisted with:GEOL 4200
Tp:Dist Lect
1
M
Crosslisted with: GEOL4200 GEOL4210 GEOL5200
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cr Hrs Days
58
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
02:10pm 04:00pm
09:35am 10:50am
ESB 1006
BC
138
03:10pm 04:30pm
BC
138
Sims
01:10pm 02:00pm
PS
231
Dewey
12:10pm 01:00pm
GE
213
Myers
02:10pm 03:00pm
GE
318
Howell
03:10pm 04:30pm
BC
138
Sims
10:00am 11:30am
ESB 1004
10:00am 10:50am
GE
10:00am 10:50am
ESB 1006
Mallick
09:35am 10:50am
03:10pm 05:00pm
GE
GE
318
318
Zhang
11:00am 12:15pm
11:00am 11:50am
11:00am 12:50pm
GE
GE
GE
213
209
209
Sims
Riebe
09:00am 09:50am
08:00am 09:50am
GE
318
ESB 1004
01:10pm 02:00pm
GE
02:10pm 04:00pm
09:35am 10:50am
ESB 1006
BC
138
Howell
Martinsen
01:20pm 02:35pm
ESB 1038
Martinsen
03:10pm 04:30pm
BC
138
Sims
01:10pm 02:00pm
PS
231
Dewey
12:10pm 01:00pm
GE
213
Myers
02:10pm 03:00pm
GE
318
Howell
03:10pm 04:30pm
BC
138
Sims
318
209
Howell
Martinsen
Chen
Dewey
Staff
Cheadle
Howell
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
26666*
GEOL
5210
02
27088
GEOL
5210
03
27094
GEOL
5210
14
27091
GEOL
5212
01
26025
GEOL
5330
01
Tp: GeoSci & Computers I
Crosslisted with: GEOL4210
Topics
Crosslisted with: GEOL4210
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Only
Topics: Seismic Anisotrophy
Crosslisted with: GEOL4210
SED Seminar
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Mechanics Sediment Transport
21995
GEOL
5444
01
Geohydrology
4
27092
26619
GEOL
GEOL
5450
5760
01
01
Crosslisted with: GEOL4444
Geochemical Modeling
Rates of Surface Processes
22750
GEOL
5835
01
Crosslisted with: GEOL4760
Applied Geophysics
21943*
21944*
21946*
23387*
21951*
21952*
21953*
21954*
21955*
21956*
21957*
21958*
21959*
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
5850
5851
5852
5853
5854
5855
5856
5857
5858
5859
5860
5861
5862
21960*
21961
21962
21963
23392
23394
24089
24119
21964
24111
24140
24153
25517
25565
21968*
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
5900
5920
5940
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5990
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
2
TR
10:00am 11:30am
ESB 1004
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
GE
2
MW
10:00am 10:50am
ESB 1006
1
M
12:00pm 12:50pm
GE
311G
McElroy
4
M
WF
TR
T
09:00am
09:00am
09:35am
03:10pm
GE
GE
GE
GE
311G
311G
318
318
McElroy
3
3
TR
M
W
01:20pm 02:35pm
11:00am 11:50am
11:00am 12:50pm
ESB 1006
GE
209
GE
209
Kaszuba
Riebe
3
MW
F
09:00am 09:50am
08:00am 09:50am
GE
318
ESB 1004
Cheadle
Crosslisted with: GEOL4835
01
Economic Geology
1-6
01
Environmental Geol
1-6
01
Geochemistry
1-6
01
Geomorphology
1-6
01
Geophysics
1-6
01
Ground Water Hydrology
1-6
01
Math & Stat Geology
1-6
01
Mineral & Crystal
1-6
01
Paleontology
1-6
01
Petrology
1-6
01
Sedimentology
1-6
01
Stratigraphy
1-6
01
Structural Geology
1-6
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg:On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
16
Thesis Research
1-12
17
Thesis Research
1-12
18
Thesis Research
1-12
20
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
12
Dissertation Research
1-12
13
Dissertation Research
1-12
14
Dissertation Research
1-12
15
Dissertation Research
1-12
16
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
09:50am
10:15am
10:50am
05:00pm
318
Chen
Dewey
Mallick
Zhang
Staff
Staff
Kaszuba
Staff
Chen
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Kaszuba
Snoke
Chen
Riebe
Campbell-Stone
Sims
Snoke
Kaszuba
Mallick
Zhang
Erslev
Shuman
Staff
History 766-5101
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Michael Brose (766-5101).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26998
CHD
HIST
2250
40
26889
HIST
3220
40
HIST
HIST
4030
4130
40
40
26890
26891
WC
American Religion 1
3
Crosslisted with: RELI2250
Modern Middle East
3
Crosslisted with: RELI3220
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Dept Proseminar
3
Europe-Reformation
3
59
Newell
Kamp
Schultz
Abraham
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
22342
CRN
USP 03
HIST
1120
01
22416
24929
22411
V
HIST
HIST
HIST
1120
1120
1221
21
22
01
23842
23843
24853
24854
22343
V
V
V
V
V
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
1221
1221
1221
1221
1251
20
21
22
23
01
24912
24913
24914
24915
24916
24924
22440
22361
22354
26629
V
V
V
V
V
CS
CHD
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
1251
1251
1251
1251
1251
1320
2020
2130
2240
2250
20
21
22
23
24
01
01
01
01
01
22363
CHD
HIST
2290
01
HIST
2360
01
W Civilization II
3
MW
04:10pm
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Discussion
0
F
03:10pm
Discussion
0
F
04:10pm
U.S. From 1865
3
MW
12:00pm
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Discussion
0
F
12:00pm
Discussion
0
F
11:00am
Discussion
0
F
12:00pm
Discussion
0
F
10:00am
Wyoming History
3
MW
09:00am
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Discussion
0
F
09:00am
Discussion
0
F
09:00am
Discussion
0
F
10:00am
Discussion
0
F
08:00am
Discussion
0
F
10:00am
World CVS to 1450
3
TR
01:20pm
US Military History
3
TR
11:00am
Ancient Rome
3
M
03:10pm
Russia From 1855
3
MWF
02:10pm
American Religion 1
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: RELI2250
Hist of No Am Ind
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: AIST2290
African-American Hist
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: AAST2360
Historical Methods
3
TR
11:00am
Medieval Christianity
3
TR
08:10am
Crosslisted with: RELI3235
African Diaspora
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: AAST3670
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Gender & Humanities
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: ART3710 ENGL3710 WMST3710
Dept Proseminar
3
W
03:10pm
Research on Middle East and Islamic World
Contact instructor for permission to enroll
Archival Methods
3
T
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: HIST5055
Europe 19th Century
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: HIST5170
History of the Soviet Union
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: HIST5290
Memory/Nat’l Ident Europe
3
M
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: HIST5320
Sites Memory Berlin
1
Crosslisted with: HIST5325
Class will take place in Berlin, Germany 16-23 March 2013
Must be concurrently enrolled in HIST 4320
Contact instructor for permission to enroll
Internship
3
Am Encounters from 1850
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: HIST5406
Am Ind His to 1890
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: HIST5463
History Mexico
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: HIST5496
The Old South
3
MW
01:35pm
Crosslisted with: HIST5505
History of Oil
3
W
06:00pm
Crosslisted with: HIST5535
20th Cen Amer West
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: HIST5540
Topics: Civil War in the West
3
MW
12:00pm
Tp: Empire in Mod Latin Amer
3
TR
01:20pm
Tp:Israel inGraeco-Roman World 3
TR
02:45pm
Crosslisted with: RELI4500
Tp:Global Hist of Wmn at War
3
TR
01:20pm
22412
22345*
26621
LWB
HIST
HIST
3020
3235
01
01
26635
CSG
HIST
3670
01
26661
CH
HIST
3710
01
26594*
WC
HIST
4030
01
22768
HIST
4055
01
26604
HIST
4170
01
26595
HIST
4290
01
26648
HIST
4320
01
27073*
HIST
4325
01
HIST
HIST
4400
4406
01
01
26579
HIST
4463
01
26589
HIST
4496
01
26591
HIST
4505
01
26598
HIST
4535
01
26652
HIST
4540
01
26593
25341
26638
HIST
HIST
HIST
4990
4990
4990
01
02
03
26641
HIST
4990
04
22262*
26584
D
Cr Hrs Days
60
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
05:00pm
AG
1030
Hobson
04:00pm
05:00pm
12:50pm
CL
CL
CR
121
121
133
Staff
Staff
Poblete
12:50pm
11:50am
12:50pm
10:50am
09:50am
CL
CL
AG
EA
CR
121
121
223
211
133
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Roberts
09:50am
09:50am
10:50am
08:50am
10:50am
02:35pm
12:15pm
05:40pm
03:00pm
02:35pm
CL
CR
CR
CL
CL
CR
BU
BU
CL
AS
121
141
209
121
121
310
129
127
121
210
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Schultz
Dreher
Myrick
Staff
Newell
12:15pm
CR
314
Means
02:35pm
EN
3112
Pimblott
12:15pm
09:25am
AC
CL
404A
121
Brose
Utterback
12:15pm
EN
1044
Pimblott
02:35pm
EN
2105
Zare
05:40pm
BU
259
Kamp
03:50pm
AC
404A
Ewig
12:15pm
EN
3114
Logan
10:50am
BU
8
Kamp
05:40pm
AS
228
Messenger
Messenger
Staff
Poblete
02:35pm
CL
121
02:35pm
BU
8
Means
12:15pm
CL
121
Larson
02:50pm
HI
156
Wells
08:30pm
BU
10
Roberts
10:50am
CL
121
Laegreid
01:15pm
02:35pm
04:00pm
HI
AN
AG
156
150
2024
Wells
Larson
Flesher
02:35pm
BU
9
Monaghan
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
22769
HIST
5055
01
26605
HIST
5170
01
26596
HIST
5290
01
26649
HIST
5320
01
27074*
HIST
5325
01
26586
HIST
5406
01
25512
HIST
5463
01
26590
HIST
5496
01
26592
HIST
5505
01
26599
HIST
5535
01
26653
HIST
5540
01
26655
26601
HIST
HIST
5585
5660
01
01
Archival Methods
3
T
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: HIST4055
Europe in the 19th Century
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: HIST4170
Hist Soviet Union
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: HIST4290
Memory/Nat’l Ident Europe
3
M
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: HIST4320
Sites Memory Berlin
1
Crosslisted with: HIST4325
Class will take place in Berlin, Germany 16-23 March 2013
Must be concurrently enrolled in HIST 5320
Contact instructor for permission to enroll
Am Encounters from 1850
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: HIST4406
Am Ind His to 1890
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: HIST4463
History of Mexico
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: HIST4496
The Old South
3
MW
01:35pm
Crosslisted with: HIST4505
History of Oil
3
W
06:00pm
Crosslisted with: HIST4535
20th Century Amer West
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: HIST4540
Conf: US History
3
R
01:00pm
Conf Early Mod Eur
3
W
01:00pm
Crosslisted with: WMST5000
Bldg Room Instructor
03:50pm
AC
404A
Ewig
12:15pm
EN
3114
Logan
10:50am
BU
8
Kamp
05:40pm
AS
228
Messenger
Messenger
02:35pm
CL
121
Poblete
02:35pm
BU
8
Means
12:15pm
CL
121
Larson
02:50pm
HI
156
Wells
08:30pm
BU
10
Roberts
10:50am
CL
121
Laegreid
03:50pm
03:50pm
HI
RH
156
24
Laegreid
Logan
Global and Area Studies 766-3423
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Manuela Hofer-McIntyre (766-3415).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend class by the second class meeting or they may be administratively dropped from their INST courses, allowing waitlisted
students to enroll.
International Studies majors and graduate students may also use the following courses to meet their degree requirements:
Online UW Courses:
26412
G
INST
3400
40
Politics of Turkey
20530
CSG
INST
1060
01
26163
CSG
INST
1060
02
24685
CSG
INST
1200
01
26164
26165
26166
23819
CSG
CSG
CSG
G
INST
INST
INST
INST
1200
1200
1200
2000
20
21
22
01
INST
2200
01
World Regional Geography
3
TR
Crosslisted with: GEOG1000
World Regional Geography
3
TR
Crosslisted with: GEOG1000
NonWestern Political Cultures
3
MW
Crosslisted with: POLS1200
Meets non-Western certification for A&S
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Intro to Intl Bus
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: BUSN2000
Study Abroad Prep
1
R
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Class meets Jan 24th- Feb. 28th.
Intro to African Studies
3
MF
Crosslisted with: AAST2240
Intro to Int’l Relations
3
MW
Crosslisted with: POLS2310
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
22880
27082
WB
INST
2240
01
23264
G
INST
2310
01
23770
23772
23773
G
G
G
INST
INST
INST
2310
2310
2310
20
21
22
3
61
Thurman
09:35am 10:50am
CR
133
Webster
01:20pm 02:35pm
CR
306
Webster
09:00am 09:50am
CR
222
Sakiev
09:00am
10:00am
11:00am
01:10pm
09:50am
10:50am
11:50am
02:00pm
BU
BU
BU
BU
209
210
208
127
Staff
Staff
Staff
Rittenburg
04:10pm 06:00pm
CR
147
Cook
09:00am 09:50am
AS
210
Watson
11:00am 11:50am
AV
212
Garrison
10:00am 10:50am
11:00am 11:50am
12:00pm 12:50pm
BU
BU
CR
209
111
209
Staff
Staff
Staff
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
23743
CSG
INST
2350
01
24631
24632
24681
CSG
CSG
G
INST
INST
INST
2350
2350
3000
20
21
01
26167
INST
3050
01
26168
INST
4050
01
INST
4240
01
23186
INST
4330
01
26169
INST
4340
01
26170
20531
INST
INST
4495
4540
01
01
26277
INST
4560
01
INST
4580
01
INST
4881
01
INST
4950
01
21791*
INST
4970
01
21792*
26275
INST
INST
4975
4990
01
01
26233
INST
4990
02
26171
INST
5050
01
25690
INST
5240
01
26172
26278
INST
INST
5495
5560
01
01
26274
INST
5580
01
21793
INST
5920
01
21794
INST
5940
01
21795
INST
5960
01
23829*
26276
INST
INST
5970
5990
01
01
Intro to Global Studies
3
MW
10:00am
Students must enroll in a discussion section
note: INST majors or permission of instructor required
Discussion
0
F
09:00am
Discussion
0
F
10:00am
Social Change
3
MWF
10:00am
Crosslisted with: SOC3000
Economic Geography
3
MWF
10:00am
Crosslisted with: GEOG3050
Development, Africa, Culture
3
M
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: AAST4060 AAST5060 INST5050
Global Sex Work/Trafficking
3
W
06:00pm
Crosslisted with: INST5240 WMST4240 WMST5240
Amer Foreign Rels
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: POLS4330 POLS5330
Int’l Organizations
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: POLS4340 POLS5340
Indig Soc Mov Latin Amer
3
TR
11:00am
International Marketing
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: MKT4540
Global Cities
3
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4880 INST5560
Gender & Global Change
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: INST5580 WMST4580 WMST5580
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Intl Soc Welfare & Soc Dev
3
T
05:00pm
Crosslisted with: SOWK4881 SOWK5881
Capstone:Global Trends 2013
3
W
03:10pm
Open to INST seniors
Internship
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Readings in Inst
1-3
America & the World in 20/20
3
T
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: INST5990 POLS4710 POLS5710
Tp:Future of the Welfare State
3
MWF
09:00am
Crosslisted with: SOC4890
Development, Africa, Culture
3
M
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: AAST4060 AAST5060 INST4050
Global Sex Work/Trafficking
3
W
06:00pm
Crosslisted with: INST4240 WMST4240 WMST5240
Indig Soc Mov Latin Amer
3
TR
11:00am
Global Cities
3
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: GEOG4880 INST4560
Gender & Global Change
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: INST4580 WMST4580 WMST5580
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Internship
1-12
America & the World in 20/20
3
T
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: INST4990 POLS4710 POLS5710
25691
26273
G
CSG
26677
23184
WC
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
10:50am
AG
1030
Henne
09:50am
10:50am
10:50am
AS
CR
EN
401
141
3114
Staff
Staff
Machalek
10:50am
AS
210
Chen
05:40pm
BU
209
Watson
09:00pm
AS
401
Dewey
12:15pm
CR
215
Sakiev
10:50am
EA
211
Anderson
12:15pm
02:35pm
CR
133
Henne
Peterson
02:00pm
CR
219
Chen
10:50am
ED
47
Dewey
08:00pm
EN
2100
Schatz
05:40pm
CR
149
Seitz
Garrison
05:40pm
EN
3105
Garrison
Garrison
09:50am
EN
3111
Bjorkenwall
05:40pm
BU
209
Watson
09:00pm
AS
401
Dewey
12:15pm
02:00pm
CR
CR
133
219
Henne
Chen
10:50am
ED
47
Dewey
Garrison
Garrison
Garrison
05:40pm
EN
3105
International Studies majors and graduate students may also use the following courses to meet their degree requirements.
Students must verify with their individual adviser the applicability of all seminar, conference, and topic classes.
AAST
AGEC
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
ANTH
BUSN
CRMJ
ECON
ENR
GEOG
2140
4660
1200
3420
4320
4350
2000
4280
4720
2000
3550
African Societies
Comm/Econ Develop (Online)
Intro to Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology of Global Issues
Political Anthropology
Medical Anthropology
Intro to International Business
Comparative Criminal Justice
International Trade
Environment and Society
Nat Haz and Society (Online)
HIST
HP
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
RELI
RELI
RELI
62
4990
2151
3220
3270
3300
4330
4360
4870
2315
2320
3344
Ottoman History (Online)
Modern China
Govt and Pol of Russia
Gov’t & Politics of the Middle East
Model UN
American Foreign Relations
International Peace and Conflict
Sem:Comparative Genocide
History of Non-West Religions:Buddhism
History of Islam
Eastern Religions & Divine Personality
Garrison
Garrison
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
GEOG
GEOL
HIST
HIST
FREN
HIST
HIST
HIST
HIST
Course #
4420
3650
2240
2380
3110
3220
4190
4310
4335
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Tourism and Recreation
Energy: A Geological Perspective
History of Russia from 1855
Latin American Civilization
Contemporary French Civilization
History of the Modern Middle East (Online)
Contemporary Europe Since 1945
WWII Europe (Online)
Women and Islam (Online)
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
WMST
WMST
WMST
3000
3050
3100
4300
4500
4500
4580
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Social Change
Japanese Society
Chinese Society
The World System
Global Sex Work
Women, Gender, & Migration
Women and the Third World
Arabic
24707
23992
23993
27083
26269
WB
ARBC
ARBC
ARBC
ARBC
ARBC
1020
1020
2040
3060
4990
01
02
01
01
01
First Year Arabic II
First Year Arabic II
Second Year Arabic II
Arabic Writing
Topic: Arabic Broadcasting
4
4
3
3
3
MTWR
MTWR
MWF
MWF
MWF
11:00am
02:10pm
11:00am
09:00am
01:10pm
11:50am
03:00pm
11:50am
09:50am
02:00pm
ED
AS
CR
CR
RH
47
226
147
137
339
Abdugafurov
Amin
Raddaoui
Staff
Raddaoui
Languages—Modern and Classical 766-4177
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have other advising concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator, Duane Rhoades (766-5425) or Department Head, Kevin Larsen (766-4852).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
For students with previous language experience (not college or university), placement exams for languages will be held on the afternoons of January
10, 11, and 12. Please call for more information. Students must bring an approved credit by examination application from the Office of the Registrar, 167
Knight Hall, and pay an exam fee of $80 to the Cashier’s Office before the exam can be taken.
• Students enrolled in 1000- and 2000- level language classes must attend classes by Wednesday, January 11 or they may be administratively dropped
from their language classes, allowing other students to enroll.
Online UW Courses:
26933
LANG
3105
40
Thm: Chin/Japn Lit
20162
23153
20163
25275
25276
CHIN
CHIN
CHIN
CHIN
CHIN
1020
1020
2040
2040
4070
01
02
01
02
01
1st Yr Chinese II
1st Yr Chinese II
2nd Yr Chinese II
2nd Yr Chinese II
Business Chinese II
23595
25384
CLAS
CLAS
3050
4230
01
01
22904*
25387
CLAS
CLAS
4975
4990
01
01
Athenian Democracy
Greek Tragedy
Crosslisted with: THEA4230
Independent Study
Tp:Rethinking Roman Republc
20455
20456
20457
20458
20459
20460
25490
20461
24474
24475
23542
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
1010
1010
1020
1020
1020
2030
2030
2040
2130
3060
3070
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
01
01
01
01
1st Yr French I
1st Yr French I
1st Yr French II
1st Yr French II
1st Yr French II
2nd Yr French I
2nd Yr French I
2nd Yr French II
Cont Fren Culture
3rd Yr French II
Cinema for French Conversation
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
22228*
24476
FREN
FREN
3990
4080
01
01
24478
24479
FREN
FREN
4110
4120
01
01
22304*
25581*
FREN
FREN
4990
4990
01
02
Independent Study
St:French Translation
Crosslisted with: FREN5080
Survey Fren Lit II
Medieval Fren Lit
Crosslisted with: FREN5120
Adv Indep Study
Adv Indep Study
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
3
Miles
Chinese
4
4
4
4
3
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MW
03:10pm
09:00am
04:10pm
10:00am
06:00pm
04:00pm
09:50am
05:00pm
10:50am
07:15pm
CR
CR
CR
BU
CR
144
149
137
23
149
Zhang
Jiao
Zhang
Jiao
Zhang
3
3
TR
TR
09:35am 10:50am
11:00am 12:15pm
EN
EN
3102
6085A
3
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
HO
108
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
R
09:00am
01:10pm
08:00am
10:00am
09:00am
11:00am
04:10pm
10:00am
01:10pm
09:35am
01:20pm
02:45pm
09:50am
02:00pm
08:50am
10:50am
09:50am
11:50am
06:00pm
10:50am
02:00pm
10:50am
02:35pm
05:00pm
BU
BU
AG
AN
CR
CR
CR
EN
HO
AN
CR
BU
9
24
2024
150
141
144
149
2100
108
220
149
222
3
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
BU
222
Tolo
Tolo
3
3
MWF
TR
11:00am 11:50am
11:00am 12:15pm
BU
BU
222
259
Tolo
Picherit
Classics
Holt
Holt
Holt
DeLozier
French
63
3
3
Baguet
Hilton
Church
Falantin
Falantin
Camino
Camino
Tolo
Tolo
Picherit
Sohier
Sohier
Tolo
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
24477
CRN
USP 03
FREN
5080
01
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
24480
FREN
5120
22388*
FREN
5160
22389*
22390*
22391*
22392*
25552*
23548
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
FREN
5900
5920
5940
5960
5960
5990
22376
22380
22381
22382
22383
22384
22385
22386*
24481
GERM
GERM
GERM
GERM
GERM
GERM
GERM
GERM
GERM
1010
1020
1020
1020
2030
2140
3050
3990
4110
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
01
24483
GERM 4265
01
22387*
24482
GERM 4990
GERM 5110
01
01
24484
GERM 5265
01
21639*
GERM 5960
01
22375*
GRK
3990
01
24214
GRK
3990
02
Independent Study
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Independent Study
20537
20538
25656
21577*
21578*
25806
JAPN
JAPN
JAPN
JAPN
JAPN
JAPN
1020
2040
2040
3990
4990
4990
01
01
02
01
01
02
1st Year Japanese II
2nd Year Japanese II
2nd Year Japanese II
Independent Study
Adv Indep Study
Adv Indep Study
23362
24070
25840
22598*
25601*
24151*
23423
LANG
LANG
LANG
LANG
LANG
LANG
LANG
1020
2040
2040
4800
4800
4800
4975
02
02
95
01
02
03
01
2nd Sem:Hebrew
4th Sem:Hebrew
XM: 4th Sem: Portuguese
Advanced Instruction:Chinese
Advanced Instruction:Chinese
Adv Instruction:Chinese
Ind:Adv Chinese
22367
25711*
25496
LATN
LATN
LATN
1020
3990
4115
01
02
01
1st Year Latin II
Independent Study
Latin Philosophers
4
2
3
24488
LATN
4120
01
Catullus & Elegiac
3
20785
20786
20787
20788
20789
RUSS
RUSS
RUSS
RUSS
RUSS
1005
1020
2005
2040
2140
01
01
01
01
01
Intr Russ Snd Syst
1st Yr Russian II
Russian Int/Phon/Pron
2nd Yr Russian II
Intro to Reading
Times
St:French Translation
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: FREN4080
01
Medieval French Lit
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: FREN4120
01
Graduate Reading
1-5
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
3
T
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
2
02
Thesis Research
4
01
Internship
1
Bldg Room Instructor
BU
222
Tolo
BU
259
Picherit
Sohier
RH
24
Sohier
Staff
Staff
Picherit
Picherit
Sohier
German
CHG
WB
1st Yr German I
1st Yr German II
1st Yr German II
1st Yr German II
2nd Yr German I
Intro Literature
3rd Yr German I
Independent Study
Survey Germ Lit II
Crosslisted with: GERM5110
Germany: A Divided Nation
Crosslisted with: GERM5265
Adv Indep Study
Survey of German Literature II
Crosslisted with: GERM4110
Germany: A Divided Nation
Crosslisted with: GERM4265
Thesis Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
1-4
3
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
TR
MTWR
TR
TR
10:00am
09:00am
11:00am
03:10pm
11:00am
01:20pm
11:00am
10:50am
09:50am
11:50am
05:00pm
11:50am
02:35pm
12:15pm
EN
EN
EN
CR
AG
CR
WH
2102
2102
3110
219
4041
209
240
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
BU
221
Warner
Warner
Gilliar
Steele
Person
Person
Steele
Mundt
Steele
3
MW
03:15pm 04:30pm
BU
222
Mundt
1-3
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
BU
221
Mundt
Steele
3
MW
03:15pm 04:30pm
BU
222
Mundt
1-12
Mundt
1-4
Colter
1-4
Holt
Greek
Japanese
4
4
4
1-4
1-3
1-3
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
12:00pm 12:50pm
10:00am 10:50am
03:10pm 04:00pm
CR
BU
CR
141
259
137
Tsutada
Tsutada
Tsutada
Tsutada
Tsutada
Staff
Languages
4
3
3
1
2
1
1-3
Ward
Ward
Staff
Zhang
Zhang
Jiao
Staff
Latin
MTWR
11:00am 11:50am
EN
4066
MW
F
MW
F
12:00pm
11:00am
11:00am
02:10pm
12:50pm
11:50am
11:50am
03:00pm
HO
HO
HO
HO
108
108
108
108
MTWR
12:00pm 12:50pm
CR
209
MWF
TR
11:00am 11:50am
09:35am 10:50am
EN
HO
3112
108
DeLozier
Holt
DeLozier
Holt
Russian
CHG
1
4
1
3
3
64
Krafczik
Krafczik
Krafczik
Krafczik
Krafczik
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
20790
20791*
20792
20793
20794*
22939*
Course #
Sec
Course Title
RUSS
RUSS
RUSS
RUSS
RUSS
RUSS
01
01
01
01
01
02
3rd Yr Russian II
Independent Study
4th Yr Russian II
Tp:Russ Linguistics
Adv Indep Study
Adv Indep Study
3060
3990
4080
4090
4990
4990
Cr Hrs Days
3
3
3
3
1-3
3
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
AS
226
MWF
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
10:00am 10:50am
BU
HO
23
108
Staff
Krafczik
Staff
Staff
Staff
Krafczik
Spanish
21027
21028
21029
21030
22700
23550
21031
21032
21033
21034
21035
21036
22577
21037
21038
24794
24795
21039
21040
21041
21042
21043
23071
21044
23072
21045
21046
26013
21047
24799
24800
22400
23553
24804
26014
22701
26016
24802
25772
24805
26015
21048*
21049*
26017
22268
21050*
24229
21051*
21052*
25516*
CHG
CHG
WB
WB
WB
WC
SPAN 1010 and 1020 (All sections): See notes preceding Modern and Classical Languages listings
SPAN 1010 01
1st Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
08:00am 08:50am BU
SPAN 1010 02
1st Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
09:00am 09:50am AG
SPAN 1010 03
1st Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
10:00am 10:50am CR
SPAN 1010 04
1st Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
11:00am 11:50am CR
SPAN 1010 05
1st Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
12:00pm 12:50pm EA
SPAN 1010 06
1st Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
10:00am 10:50am BU
SPAN 1020 01
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
08:00am 08:50am EA
SPAN 1020 02
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
09:00am 09:50am EN
SPAN 1020 03
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
10:00am 10:50am CR
SPAN 1020 04
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
11:00am 11:50am CR
SPAN 1020 05
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
12:00pm 12:50pm AG
SPAN 1020 06
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
01:10pm 02:00pm BU
SPAN 1020 07
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
08:00am 08:50am AS
SPAN 1020 08
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
09:00am 09:50am EN
SPAN 1020 09
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
10:00am 10:50am AG
SPAN 1020 10
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
11:00am 11:50am AG
SPAN 1020 11
1st Yr Spanish II
4
MTWR
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
SPAN 2030 01
2nd Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
08:00am 08:50am CR
SPAN 2030 02
2nd Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
10:00am 10:50am EN
SPAN 2030 03
2nd Yr Spanish I
4
MTWR
01:10pm 02:00pm EN
SPAN 2040 01
2nd Yr Spanish II
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
SPAN 2040 02
2nd Yr Spanish II
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
SPAN 2040 03
2nd Yr Spanish II
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
SPAN 2140 01
Intro To Literature
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
SPAN 2140 02
Intro To Literature
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
SPAN 3050 01
3rd Yr Spanish I
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am CR
SPAN 3050 02
3rd Yr Spanish I
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
SPAN 3050 04
3rd Yr Spanish I
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm BU
SPAN 3060 01
3rd Yr Spanish II
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
SPAN 3060 02
3rd Yr Spanish II
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
SPAN 3100 01
Survy Spanish Lit
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
SPAN 4070 01
4th Yr Spanish I
3
MW
03:10pm 04:25pm AG
SPAN 4080 01
4th Yr Spanish II
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
SPAN 4095 01
Adv Translation
3
MWF
02:10pm 03:00pm CR
SPAN 4140 01
Masterpcs Spanish Baroque Lit 3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
Crosslisted with: SPAN5140
SPAN 4200 01
Intro To Research
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm CR
SPAN 4260 01
Realist Novel Spain
3
T
06:30pm 09:00pm CR
Crosslisted with: SPAN5260
SPAN 4990 01
Ind:Teatro espanol del Siglo
3
MW
04:35pm 05:50pm CR
SPAN 4990 02
Adv Indep Study
1-3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm HO
SPAN 5120 01
Spanish American Lit
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm ED
SPAN 5140 01
Masterpcs Spanish Baroque Lit 3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
Crosslisted with: SPAN4140
SPAN 5160 01
Graduate Readings
1-5
SPAN 5170 01
Special Problems
1-2
SPAN 5260 01
Realist Novel Spain
3
T
06:30pm 09:00pm CR
Crosslisted with: SPAN4260
SPAN 5900 01
Practicum in College Teaching
1
T
04:10pm 05:00pm ED
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
SPAN 5920 01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
SPAN 5920 02
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
SPAN 5940 01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
SPAN 5960 01
Thesis Research
5
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
SPAN 5960 02
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
65
23
Barton
2024
Staff
141
Fisher
141
Fisher
211
Gadbury
9
Gadbury
211
Chamberlain
1055
Vinces
209
Colunga
209
Staff
223
Salas
23
Salas
210
Zavala
3112
Zavala
2024
Perez
223
Zavala
4066
Zavala
141
Huynh
1055
Huynh
3105
Lavanchy
137
Lavanchy
137
Lavanchy
144 Rodriguez Hicks
144
Rhoades
144
Rhoades
149
Hind
149
Hind
221
Staff
137 Rodriguez Hicks
147 Rodriguez Hicks
24
Larsen
2024
Domenech
113
Rhoades
144
Domenech
209
Rhoades
137
113
Hind
Larsen
113
108
45
209
Domenech
Staff
Hind
Rhoades
113
Staff
Staff
Larsen
021
Salas
Staff
Staff
Staff
Hind
Larsen
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
25527*
CRN
USP 03
SPAN
5960
03
25555*
SPAN
5960
04
21053*
SPAN
5990
01
Thesis Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Internship
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
4
Rhoades
9
Larsen
3
Staff
Life Sciences (Formerly Biology) 766-4158
For questions or assistance concerning the Life Sciences Program, contact Life Sciences Program Director Mark Lyford (766-2818).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department to
obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
LIFE 1010 (Sections 01-02): Students must enroll in a laboratory section; Reserve Tuesdays 5:10-6:50pm for exams; Exception Final Exam
22643
SB
LIFE
1010 01
General Biology
4
MWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
129
Jones
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
22644
SB
LIFE
1010 02
General Biology
4
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm AG
AUD
Broughton
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
22645
SB
LIFE
1010 10
Laboratory
0
M
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
143
North
22646
SB
LIFE
1010 11
Laboratory
0
M
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
143
North
22647
SB
LIFE
1010 12
Laboratory
0
T
09:00am 11:50am BS
143
North
22648
SB
LIFE
1010 13
Laboratory
0
T
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
143
North
22649
SB
LIFE
1010 14
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
143
North
22650
SB
LIFE
1010 15
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
143
North
22651
SB
LIFE
1010 16
Laboratory
0
W
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
143
North
22652
SB
LIFE
1010 17
Laboratory
0
R
09:00am 11:50am BS
143
North
22653
SB
LIFE
1010 18
Laboratory
0
R
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
143
North
22654
SB
LIFE
1010 19
Laboratory
0
R
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
143
North
22655
SB
LIFE
1010 20
Laboratory
0
M
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
142
North
22656
SB
LIFE
1010 21
Laboratory
0
M
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
142
North
22657
SB
LIFE
1010 22
Laboratory
0
T
09:00am 11:50am BS
142
North
22658
SB
LIFE
1010 23
Laboratory
0
T
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
142
North
22659
SB
LIFE
1010 24
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
142
North
22660
SB
LIFE
1010 25
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
142
North
22661*
SB
LIFE
1010 90
Laboratory
0
Staff
22662
SB
LIFE
1020 01
Life Science
4
TR
08:00am 10:50am PS
237
Wright
TR
08:00am 10:50am PS
239
22663
LIFE
2022 01
Animal Biology
4
TR
09:35am 10:50am CR
302
Krist
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Reserve Tuesdays 5-7 pm for exams; Exception for Final exam
22664
LIFE
2022 02
Animal Biology
4
TR
11:00am 12:15pm CR
302
Martinez Del
Rio
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section;
Reserve Tuesdays 5-7 pm for exams; Exception for Final exam
22665
LIFE
2022 10
Laboratory
0
M
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
144
Flaherty
22666
LIFE
2022 11
Laboratory
0
M
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
144
Flaherty
22667
LIFE
2022 12
Laboratory
0
T
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
144
Flaherty
22668
LIFE
2022 13
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
144
Flaherty
22669
LIFE
2022 14
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
144
Flaherty
22670
LIFE
2022 15
Laboratory
0
W
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
144
Flaherty
22671
LIFE
2022 16
Laboratory
0
R
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
144
Flaherty
22672
LIFE
2022 17
Laboratory
0
M
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
145
Flaherty
22673
LIFE
2022 18
Laboratory
0
M
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
145
Flaherty
22674
LIFE
2022 19
Laboratory
0
T
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
145
Flaherty
22675
LIFE
2022 21
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
145
Flaherty
22676
LIFE
2022 22
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm BS
145
Flaherty
26439
LIFE
2022 23
Laboratory
0
W
07:00pm 09:50pm BS
145
Flaherty
22677*
LIFE
2022 90
Laboratory
0
Staff
22678
LIFE
3050 01
Genetics
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am AG
AUD
Groose
Students must enroll in a discussion section
22679
LIFE
3050 20
Discussion
0
T
12:00pm 12:50pm AG
4041
Staff
22680
LIFE
3050 21
Discussion
0
T
03:10pm 04:00pm AG
4041
Staff
23784
LIFE
3050 22
Discussion
0
T
04:10pm 05:00pm AG
4041
Staff
23785
LIFE
3050 23
Discussion
0
W
12:00pm 12:50pm AG
4021
Staff
24183
LIFE
3050 24
Discussion
0
W
03:10pm 04:00pm AG
4041
Staff
24189
LIFE
3050 25
Discussion
0
W
04:10pm 05:00pm AG
4041
Staff
66
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
22681
24320
LIFE
LIFE
3400
3600
01
01
24321
24322
22780
LIFE
LIFE
LIFE
3600
3600
4975
20
21
01
22682
LIFE
4976
01
General Ecology
3
TR
11:00am
Cell Biology
4
TR
09:35am
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Discussion
0
T
03:10pm
Discussion
0
R
03:10pm
Pract in Lab Teach
3
T
01:00pm
For letter grade only. One hour scheduled seminar per week;
Teaching assignment schedule TBD
Pract in Lab Teach II
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Teaching assignment schedule TBD
Bldg Room Instructor
12:15pm
10:50am
CR
AG
214
1032
04:00pm
04:00pm
01:50pm
ED
BS
ED
06
309
021
Monteith
Sun
Staff
Staff
Wright
Wright
Mathematics 766-4221
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator John Spitler (766-4205).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
The Math Department checks prerequisites on all courses approximately one week prior to the beginning of each semester. Students without an appropriate prerequisite will be administratively dropped from their math course. After January 1, most courses will be under controlled enrollment. Students
will be unable to register for these courses through WyoWeb and should use the online registration request form found at http://www.uwyo.edu/math/
math-registration to have prerequisites checked and get enrolled in a math course. Department staff will help students who were dropped from a math
class enroll in an alternative math course. The Math Department makes every effort to accommodate all students wanting to get into a math course. Due
to the volume of students the department serves, all phone inquiries cannot necessarily be answered. If students are calling from off-campus, messages
can be left at (307)766-4221. PLEASE SEE THE FRONT SECTION OF THE SCHEDULE FOR INFORMATION ON MATH PLACEMENT.
23168
QA
23995
23996
23997
23998
23999
24000
24001
24002
24003
26662
20901
20903
20904
20905
20906
QA
QA
QA
QA
QA
QA
QA
QA
QA
QA
QB
QA
QA
QB
QB
20907
20908
20909
QA
QA
QA
20911
20912
20913
QA
QA
QA
20914
20915
23807
23808
QA
QA
20916
20917
20918
20919
20920
20921
20922
20924
QB
QB
QB
QB
QB
QB
QB
MATH
1000
01
Problem Solving
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
Reserve Thursdays, 5:15-6:45 pm for exams;
Students must enroll in a discussion section.
MATH 1000 20
Discussion
0
W
09:00am 09:50am RH
MATH 1000 21
Discussion
0
W
10:00am 10:50am ED
MATH 1000 22
Discussion
0
W
11:00am 11:50am ED
MATH 1000 23
Discussion
0
W
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
MATH 1000 24
Discussion
0
W
01:10pm 02:00pm ED
MATH 1000 25
Discussion
0
W
02:10pm 03:00pm ED
MATH 1000 26
Discussion
0
R
08:00am 08:50am CR
MATH 1000 27
Discussion
0
R
09:00am 09:50am WH
MATH 1000 28
Discussion
0
R
12:25pm 01:15pm CR
MATH 1000 29
Discussion
0
R
01:25pm 02:15pm EN
MATH 1050 01
Finite Math
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am BC
MATH 1100 01
Num Op for Elem Tchr
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am PS
MATH 1100 02
Num Op for Elem Tchr
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm PS
MATH 1105 01
Data Prob Alg for Elem Tchr
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am EA
MATH 1105 02
Data Prob Alg for Elem Tchr
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am EN
MATH 1400 (All Sections): Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm for exams.
MATH 1400 01
College Algebra
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
MATH 1400 02
College Algebra
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am CR
MATH 1400 03
College Algebra
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am CR
MATH 1405 (All Sections): Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm for exams.
MATH 1405 01
Trigonometry
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
MATH 1405 02
Trigonometry
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
MATH 1405 03
Trigonometry
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
MATH 1450 (All Sections): Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm for exams.
MATH 1450 01
Algebra & Trig
5
MTWRF
09:00am 09:50am CR
MATH 1450 02
Algebra & Trig
5
MTWRF
10:00am 10:50am CR
MATH 2120 01
Geom Measmnt for Elem Tchr
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am EN
MATH 2120 02
Geom Measmnt for Elem Tchr
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am EN
MATH 2200 (All Sections): Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm for exams.
MATH 2200 01
Calculus I
4
MTWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
MATH 2200 02
Calculus I
4
MTWF
09:00am 09:50am CR
MATH 2200 03
Calculus I
4
MTWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
MATH 2200 04
Calculus I
4
MTWF
11:00am 11:50am CR
MATH 2200 05
Calculus I
4
MTWF
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
MATH 2200 06
Calculus I
4
MTWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
MATH 2200 07
Calculus I
4
MTWF
02:10pm 03:00pm CR
MATH 2205 01
Calculus II
4
MWRF
08:00am 08:50am CR
Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm
for exams
67
302
339
45
45
149
47
45
144
240
149
2110
138
239
239
225
2100
Anton
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Prewett
Staff
Staff
Staff
Chamberlin
214
214
214
Weber
Weber
Staff
142
105
118
Staff
Staff
Staff
118
118
3106
3106
Yeung
Staff
Staff
Staff
103
142
103
103
142
118
118
105
Weber
Staff
Staff
Hall
Staff
Selden
Selden
Niu
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
20925
20926
20927
24331
24582
26553
20928
20929
22795
24332
26554
20931
20932
20933
20934
20936
20937
20938
22910
26557
20939
20940
20941
20942
20943
20944
20945
22450
22451
20946
26558
27071
26559
26560
20950
20951
20952
22781
20973
26564
QB
QB
QB
QB
QB
Course #
Sec
MATH
02
2205
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Calculus II
4
MWRF
09:00am 09:50am CR
Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm
for exams
MATH 2205 03
Calculus II
4
MWRF
10:00am 10:50am CR
Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm
for exams
MATH 2205 04
Calculus II
4
MWRF
11:00am 11:50am CR
Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm
for exams
MATH 2205 05
Calculus II
4
MWRF
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm
for exams.
MATH 2205 06
Calculus II
4
MWRF
01:10pm 02:00pm HS
Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm
for exams.
MATH 2205 07
SER Calculus II
4
TR
11:00am 12:15pm EN
F
09:35am 10:50am EN
This section follows an alternative syllabus
and uses a different textbook. Enrollment
is intended for SER, Chemistry, Geology,
Renewable Resources, and Physics majors.
Engineering majors will be dropped from
this section.
MATH 2210 (All sections): Exception to final exam; reserve Thursdays 5:15-7:00pm for exams
MATH 2210 01
Calculus III
4
MTWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
MATH 2210 02
Calculus III
4
MTWF
09:00am 09:50am CR
MATH 2210 03
Calculus III
4
MTWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
MATH 2210 04
Calculus III
4
MTWF
12:00pm 12:50pm CR
MATH 2210 05
Calculus III
4
MTWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
MATH 2250 01
Elem Lin Algebra
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am AG
Exams will be given Thursdays, 5:00 - 6:30 PM.
MATH 2250 02
Elem Lin Algebra
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm BU
Exams will be given Thursdays, 5:00 - 6:30 PM.
MATH 2250 03
Elem Lin Algebra
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am BU
MATH 2300 01
Discrete Structure
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm CR
Crosslisted with: COSC2300
MATH 2310 01
Applied Diff Equa I
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am BU
MATH 2310 02
Applied Diff Equa I
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am BU
MATH 2310 03
Applied Diff Equa I
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm BU
MATH 2310 04
Applied Diff Equa I
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am EN
MATH 2310 05
Applied Diff Equa I
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
MATH 2350 01
Business Calc
4
MWF
10:00am 10:50am CR
Students must enroll in a discussion section
MATH 2350 20
Discussion
0
TR
08:00am 08:50am EN
MATH 2350 21
Discussion
0
TR
12:00pm 12:50pm AG
MATH 2350 22
Discussion
0
TR
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
MATH 2350 23
Discussion
0
TR
02:10pm 03:00pm EN
MATH 2355 01
Math Apps for Bus
4
MWF
09:00am 09:50am CR
Students must enroll in a discussion section
MATH 2355 20
Discussion
0
T
08:00am 08:50am EN
R
08:00am 08:50am EN
MATH 2355 21
Discussion
0
T
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
R
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
MATH 2355 22
Discussion
0
T
01:10pm 02:00pm EN
R
01:10pm 02:00pm EN
MATH 2800 01
Math Majors Seminar
2
MW
12:00pm 12:50pm BU
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
MATH 3205 01
An 1: Elem Real Analysis
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am EN
MATH 3310 01
Appl Diff Equations II
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm CR
MATH 3500 01
Algebra I
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm AG
MATH 3700 01
Combinatorics
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am BU
MATH 4000 01
History of Math
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am AG
MATH 4205 01
An 3: UG Topics in Analysis
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am EN
MATH 4230 01
Intro Complex Analysis
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am EN
MATH 4255 01
Math Theory of Probability
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm AG
Crosslisted with: MATH5255
MATH 4340 01
Numerical Method Diff Equa
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
Crosslisted with: CHE4340
MATH 4400 01
Tp: Mathematical Biology
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am BU
68
219
Staff
142
Staff
142
Staff
222
Staff
463
Prewett
3111
2106
Staff
118
103
219
103
142
4040
Staff
Angevine
Staff
Angevine
Ipina
Shader
110
Shader
24
215
Hobart
Cowles
10
210
210
2101
21
310
Stanescu
Yeung
Ginting
Staff
Heinz
Vadnais
2102
4040
3110
2070
310
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Vadnais
3110
2106
3102
2106
2110
2106
209
Staff
Ipina
2070
147
2024
208
4041
1044
1044
2018
Bessaih
Furtado
Shader
Moorhouse
Prewett
Polyakov
Selden
Bessaih
1044
Stanescu
210
Staff
Staff
Liu
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
26566
20975
22773
20976
24061
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
4510
4550
4800
5200
5255
01
01
01
01
01
22884
26568
23812
26011
20977
26570
25710
22896
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
5310
5430
5490
5490
5550
5555
5590
5800
20978
20979
20980
20981
MATH
MATH
MATH
MATH
5920
5940
5960
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Algebra II
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Theory of Numbers
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
Sem:Prof Develop in Teaching
1
Real Variables I
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Math Theory of Probability
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Crosslisted with: MATH4255
01
Comp Methods I
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
01
Ord Diff Equat II
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
01
Tp: Porous Media Flow
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
02
Tp: Prin Stochastic Modeling
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Abstract Algebra I
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
01
Abstract Alg II
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Tp: Information Theory
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
02
Sem:Seminars & Colloquia
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5000-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
AG
EN
2024
1044
RH
AG
247
2018
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
247
247
247
247
247
247
247
Hobart
Williford
Anton
Niu
Bessaih
Douglas
Lyng
Pereira
Heinz
Williford
Hall
Moorhouse
Jafari
Jafari
Jafari
Jafari
Jafari
Music 766-5242
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Jennifer Turpen (766-9883) or Department Head Theresa Bogard (766-5242).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Non-music majors enrolling for applied lessons (private or small-group) must have consent of instructor. For applied lessons and all other TBA courses,
students must complete the “Applied Music Application,” which may be found in the Department of Music, Fine Arts 258. Additional fees assessed for
applied music courses, as follows:
Section 01 (1 credit)
$144.00 plus $35.00 practice room fee
Section 02 (2 credits)
$288.00 plus $35.00 practice room fee
All performing ensembles will require extra time beyond the scheduled class times for dress rehearsals, concerts and tours.
21241
23354
21242
MUSC 0200
MUSC 1010
MUSC 1025
01
01
01
21243
21244
21245
21246
21247
21248
21249
21250
21251
21252
21253
21254
21255
22882*
21256
21257
21258
21259
21260
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
1040
1045
1080
1090
1100
1110
1120
1140
1150
1150
1150
1150
1150
1150
1160
1170
1180
1190
1200
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
03
04
05
06
01
01
01
01
01
20550
MUSC 1200
03
20551
MUSC 1200
04
20552
MUSC 1200
05
Convocation
0
R
Music Fundamentals
3
MWF
Intro to Music Education
2
MW
For Music Education Majors Only
Written Theory II
3
MWF
Aural Theory II
1
TR
Baritone Horn I
1
Bassoon I
1
Cello I
1
Clarinet I
1
Double Bass I
1
French Horn I
1
Guitar I
1
T
Guitar I
1
W
Guitar I
1
R
Guitar I
1
F
Guitar I
1-2
Guitar I:Jazz
1-2
Harp I
1
Oboe I
1
Organ I
1
Percussion I
1
Piano I
1
F
Enrollment is for beginning, non-major students
Attendance on first day is MANDATORY
Piano I
1
W
Enrollment is for beginning, non-major students
Attendance on first day is MANDATORY
Piano I
1
R
Enrollment is for beginning, non-major students
Attendance on first day is MANDATORY
Piano I
1-2
Prerequisite: Classic Piano I or previous experience
69
01:10pm 02:00pm
08:00am 08:50am
10:00am 10:50am
FA
FA
FA
CNCT
128
CNCT
Bogard
Best
McKeage
09:00am 09:50am
09:00am 09:50am
FA
FA
128
128
01:10pm
01:10pm
03:10pm
02:10pm
02:00pm
02:00pm
04:00pm
03:00pm
RH
RH
RH
RH
48
48
48
48
09:00am 09:50am
FA
253
Best
Vreeman
Belser
Uno-Jack
Vanderborgh
McGee
McKeage
Johnston
Hart
Hart
Hart
Hart
Hart
Queal
Schefter
Bird Reynolds
Hoffman
Barnhart
Strampe
01:10pm 02:00pm
FA
253
Strampe
01:10pm 02:00pm
FA
253
Strampe
Bogard
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
22835*
20553
20554
20555
20556
20558*
CRN
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
1200
1210
1220
1230
1240
1250
06
01
01
01
01
01
20559
20560
20561
20614*
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
1260
1260
1270
1270
01
02
01
02
20615
20616
MUSC 1280
MUSC 1295
01
01
20685
MUSC 1295
02
20686
MUSC 1295
03
Piano I:Jazz
Saxophone I
Trombone I
Trumpet I
Tuba I
Violin I
Enrollment by audition only
Viola I
Viola I
Voice I
Voice I
Enrollment by audition only
Accompanying
Class Piano II
Majors only
Class Piano II
Majors only
Class Piano II
22491
20687
MUSC 1295
MUSC 1315
04
01
20688
MUSC 1325
01
20689
MUSC 1335
01
20690
MUSC 1345
01
20691
MUSC 1355
01
20692
MUSC 1360
01
MUSC 1375
MUSC 1380
01
01
20695
MUSC 1390
01
21069
MUSC 1390
02
MUSC 1390
MUSC 1400
03
01
21071
21072
MUSC 1410
MUSC 1410
01
02
21073
21074
23134*
MUSC 1410
MUSC 1410
MUSC 1410
03
04
05
21075
MUSC 1420
01
MUSC 1430
01
21077
MUSC 1440
01
21078
21079*
21080*
21081
21082
21083
21084
21085
21086
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
01
01
02
01
02
03
04
01
02
20693
20694
21790
21070
21076
USP 03
CA
CA
CA
1450
1460
1460
1470
1470
1470
1470
1480
1480
Cr Hrs Days
Bldg Room Instructor
1
2
1
1
Markley
Turpen
Soueidi
Meredith
Ortega
Sinift
Przygocki
Przygocki
Schatz
Hensel
TR
01:10pm 02:00pm
FA
128
1
1
TR
11:00am 11:50am
FA
253
Wu
Strampe
1
MW
11:00am 11:50am
FA
253
Strampe
1
T
F
01:10pm 02:00pm
10:00am 10:50am
FA
FA
253
253
Strampe
10:00am 10:50am
11:00am 11:50am
FA
FA
253
132
Strampe
Williamson
10:00am 10:50am
FA
132
Barnhart
08:00am 08:50am
FA
132
Przygocki
08:00am 08:50am
FA
302
Vreeman
11:00am 11:50am
FA
132
Griffith
09:00am 09:50am
RH
48
12:00pm 12:50pm
03:10pm 04:45pm
FA
FA
132
CNCT
03:10pm 04:00pm
FA
132
03:10pm 04:00pm
03:10pm 04:50pm
FA
FA
CNCT
CNCT
Breazeale
04:10pm 05:00pm
12:00pm 12:50pm
FA
FA
132
128
Turpen
Lamartine
07:00pm 09:00pm
04:10pm 07:00pm
04:10pm 05:00pm
FA
FA
FA
128
128
128
Vreeman
Markley
02:10pm 03:00pm
02:10pm 03:00pm
03:10pm 04:00pm
FA
FA
FA
CNCT
128
128
04:10pm 06:00pm
FA
128
Hensel
07:00pm 09:30pm
04:10pm 06:00pm
FA
FA
CNCT
CNCT
Griffith
04:10pm 06:00pm
FA
CNCT Vanderborgh
02:10pm 03:00pm
FA
132
05:10pm 06:00pm
FA
302
04:00pm 05:00pm
RH
48
Majors only
Class Piano II
1
TR
PSM:Brass II
1
MW
Prerequisite of MUSC 1040 and MUSC 1045
PSM:Percussion II
1
TR
Prerequisite of MUSC 1040 and MUSC 1045
PSM:Strings II
1
TR
Prerequisite of MUSC 1040 and MUSC 1045
PSM:Voice II
1
MW
Prerequisite of MUSC 1040 and MUSC 1045
PSM:Woodwinds II
1
TR
Prerequisite of MUSC 1040 and MUSC 1045
PSM:Guitar
1
TR
Prerequisite of MUSC 1040 and MUSC 1045
Symphonic Band
1
MTWR
Wind Ensemble
1
TR
Enrollment by audition only
Jazz Ensemble I
1
MWF
Enrollment by audition only
Jazz Ensemble I: Jazz Ens II
1
W
F
Enrollment by audition only
Jazz Ensemble I: Jazz Ens III
1
MW
Collegiate Chorale
1
MTRF
Enrollment by audition only
Voc Ens:Civic Chorus
1
M
Voc Ens:Vocal Jazz
1
T
R
Enrollment by audition only
Voc Ens:Mens Chorus
1
MWF
Voc Ens:Womens Chorus
1
MWF
Voc Ens:Happy Jacks
1
MWF
Enrollment by audition only
Opera Theatre
1
MW
Enrollment by audition only
Symphony Orchestra I
1
T
R
Enrollment by audition only
Chamber Orchestra
1
MW
Enrollment by audition only
Percussion Ensemble
1
TR
Brass Ens: Trombone
1
Brass Ens: Quintet
1
Wood Ens: Jazz Combo
1
Wood Ens: Flute
1
M
Wood Ens: Clarinet
1
Wood Ens: Saxophone Quartet 1
String Ens:Guitar
1
MW
String Ens:Chamber Music
1
70
Times
1
1
1
1
1
1-2
Hart
Williamson
Belser
Turpen
Lamartine
Vreeman
Lamartine
Barnhart
Soueidi
Meredith
Breazeale
Riner
McGee
Turpen
Hart
Fadial
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
23327*
22408*
21087
21088
21089
21090
21091
21092
21093
21094
21095
21096
21097
21098
21099
21100
21101
21102
21103
21104
21105
23395*
21106
21107
21108
21109
21110
21111
21112
21113
21114
24689*
21115
21116
21117
21118
21119
21120
21121
21122
21123
21124
21125
21126
21127
21128
23338
21129
21683
21130
22837
21677*
23270
21131
21132
21133
21134
21135
21136
21137
21138
21139
21140
21141
21142
21143
21144
21145
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
GWB
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
1490
1495
2040
2045
2055
2080
2080
2090
2090
2100
2100
2110
2110
2120
2120
2130
2130
2140
2140
2150
2150
2150
2160
2170
2170
2180
2180
2190
2190
2200
2200
2200
2210
2210
2220
2220
2230
2230
2240
2240
2250
2250
2260
2260
2270
2270
2270
2295
2295
2325
2395
3015
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
01
01
01
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
3020
3080
3080
3090
3090
3100
3100
3110
3110
3120
3120
3130
3130
3140
3140
3150
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
Piano Ensemble
1
Baroque Ensemble I
1
Written Theory IV
3
Aural Theory IV
1
Mus Hist Survey II
3
Baritone Horn II
1
Baritone Horn II
2
Bassoon II
1
Bassoon II
2
Cello II
1
Cello II
2
Clarinet II
1
Clarinet II
2
Double Bass II
1
Double Bass II
2
Flute II
1
Flute II
2
French Horn II
1
French Horn II
2
Guitar II
1
Guitar II
2
Guitar II:Jazz
1-4
Harp II
1
Oboe II
1
Oboe II
2
Organ II
1
Organ II
2
Percussion II
1
Percussion II
2
Piano II
1
Piano II
2
Piano II:Jazz
1-4
Saxophone II
1
Saxophone II
2
Trombone II
1
Trombone II
2
Trumpet II
1
Trumpet II
2
Tuba II
1
Tuba II
2
Violin II
1
Violin II
2
Viola II
1
Viola II
2
Voice II
1
Voice II
2
Voice II
1
Class Piano IV
1
Class Piano IV
1
Dict for Singers II
2
Piano Proficiency
0
Intro to World Music
3
Meets non-Western certification for A&S
Jazz Th Improv I
2
Baritone Horn III
1
Baritone Horn III
2
Bassoon III
1
Bassoon III
2
Cello III
1
Cello III
2
Clarinet III
1
Clarinet III
2
Double Bass III
1
Double Bass III
2
Flute III
1
Flute III
2
French Horn III
1
French Horn III
2
Guitar III
1
71
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
MWF
TR
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
10:00am 10:50am
01:10pm 02:00pm
FA
FA
FA
128
128
132
TR
11:00am 11:50am
FA
128
TR
MW
TR
09:00am 09:50am
09:00am 09:50am
02:10pm 03:00pm
FA
FA
FA
253
253
302
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
FA
128
TR
02:10pm 03:00pm
FA
128
Wu
Vanderborgh
Best
Garnett
McGee
Belser
Belser
Uno-Jack
Uno-Jack
Vanderborgh
Vanderborgh
McGee
McGee
McKeage
McKeage
Riner
Riner
Johnston
Johnston
Hart
Hart
Queal
Schefter
Bird Reynolds
Bird Reynolds
Hoffman
Hoffman
Barnhart
Barnhart
Bogard
Bogard
Markley
Turpen
Turpen
Soueidi
Soueidi
Meredith
Meredith
Ortega
Ortega
Fadial
Fadial
Przygocki
Przygocki
Hensel
Hensel
Hensel
Strampe
Strampe
Boddicker
Bogard
Garnett
Markley
Belser
Belser
Uno-Jack
Uno-Jack
Vanderborgh
Vanderborgh
McGee
McGee
McKeage
McKeage
Riner
Riner
Johnston
Johnston
Hart
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
21146
CRN
USP 03
MUSC 3150
02
23396*
22923
21147
21148
21149
21150
21151
21152
21153
21154
24148*
21155
21156
21157
21158
21159
21160
21161
21162
21163
21164
22838
21165
21166
21167
21168
22050
21930
22051
26238
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
3150
3160
3170
3170
3180
3180
3190
3190
3200
3200
3200
3210
3210
3220
3220
3230
3230
3240
3240
3250
3250
3255
3260
3260
3270
3270
3280
3380
3390
3390
03
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
02
Guitar III
Enrollment by audition only
Guitar III:Jazz
Harp III
Oboe III
Oboe III
Organ III
Organ III
Percussion III
Percussion III
Piano III
Piano III
Piano III:Jazz
Saxophone III
Saxophone III
Trombone III
Trombone III
Trumpet III
Trumpet III
Tuba III
Tuba III
Violin III
Violin III
Sophomore Jury
Viola III
Viola III
Voice III
Voice III
Accompanying
Wind Ensemble II
Jazz Ensemble II: WY Jazz Ens
Jazz Ensemble II: Jazz Ens II
26239
21932
MUSC 3390
MUSC 3400
03
01
22401
22402
MUSC 3410
MUSC 3410
01
02
22403
22404
23148*
MUSC 3410
MUSC 3410
MUSC 3410
03
04
05
21931
MUSC 3430
01
Enrollment by audition only
Voc Ens:Men’s Chorus II
Voc Ens:Women’s Chorus II
Voc Ens:Happy Jacks II
Enrollment by audition only
Symphony Orchestra II
22542
22405
22406
22409*
22839
23166
21678
21169
21170
21171
21172
21173
21174
21175
21176
21177
21178
21179
21180
21181
21182
21183
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
Enrollment by audition only
Percussion Ensemble II
Chamber Music II
Chamber Music II
Baroque Ensemble II
Junior Recital
Jazz Th Improv III
Applied Comp
Baritone Horn IV
Baritone Horn IV
Bassoon IV
Bassoon IV
Cello IV
Cello IV
Clarinet IV
Clarinet IV
Double Bass IV
Double Bass IV
Flute IV
Flute IV
French Horn IV
French Horn IV
Guitar IV
CA
CA
3450
3480
3480
3495
3500
4020
4060
4080
4080
4090
4090
4100
4100
4110
4110
4120
4120
4130
4130
4140
4140
4150
Cr Hrs Days
Jazz Ensemble II: Jazz Ens III
Collegiate Chorale II
Enrollment by audition only
Voc Ens:Civic Chorus II
Voc Ens:Vocal Jazz II
72
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
2
1-4
1-4
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1-4
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
0
1
2
1
2
1-2
1
1
1
Hart
TR
MWF
W
F
MW
MTRF
03:10pm
03:10pm
03:10pm
03:10pm
04:10pm
12:00pm
04:45pm
04:00pm
04:00pm
04:50pm
05:00pm
12:50pm
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
Queal
Schefter
Bird Reynolds
Bird Reynolds
Hoffman
Hoffman
Barnhart
Barnhart
Bogard
Bogard
Markley
Turpen
Turpen
Soueidi
Soueidi
Meredith
Meredith
Ortega
Ortega
Fadial
Fadial
Bogard
Przygocki
Przygocki
Hensel
Hensel
Wu
CNCT
Belser
132
Turpen
CNCT
Breazeale
CNCT
132
Turpen
128
Lamartine
1
1
M
T
R
07:00pm 09:00pm
04:10pm 07:00pm
04:10pm 05:00pm
FA
FA
FA
128
128
128
1
1
1
MWF
MWF
MWF
02:10pm 03:00pm
02:10pm 03:00pm
03:10pm 04:00pm
FA
FA
FA
CNCT
128
128
Lamartine
Vreeman
Lamartine
1
T
R
07:00pm 09:30pm
04:10pm 06:00pm
FA
FA
CNCT
CNCT
Griffith
1
1
1
1
0
2
1-2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
TR
MW
02:10pm 03:00pm
04:00pm 05:00pm
FA
RH
132
48
1
1
Vreeman
Markley
Barnhart
Hart
Fadial
Vanderborgh
Bogard
Markley
Kehn
Belser
Belser
Uno-Jack
Uno-Jack
Vanderborgh
Vanderborgh
McGee
McGee
McKeage
McKeage
Riner
Riner
Johnston
Johnston
Hart
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
Course #
Sec
Course Title
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
4150
4150
4155
4160
4170
4170
4180
4180
4190
4190
4200
4200
4200
4210
4210
4220
4220
4230
4230
4240
4240
4250
4250
4260
4260
4270
4270
4300
4315
4335
4380
4500
4500
4500
4500
4590
4615
4615
4615
4615
4620
4780
02
03
01
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
02
03
04
01
01
02
04
05
01
01
21271
MUSC 4790
01
22900
25582
21272
21273
21274
21275
21276
21277
21278
21279
21280
21281
21282
21283
21284
21285
21286
21287
24708
24016*
21288
21289
21290
21291
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
02
04
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
01
02
01
02
Guitar IV
2
Guitar IV:Jazz
1-4
Senior Education Recital
0
Harp IV
1
Oboe IV
1
Oboe IV
2
Organ IV
1
Organ IV
2
Percussion IV
1
Percussion IV
2
Piano IV
1
Piano IV
2
Piano IV:Jazz
1-4
Saxophone IV
1
Saxophone IV
2
Trombone IV
1
Trombone IV
2
Trumpet IV
1
Trumpet IV
2
Tuba IV
1
Tuba IV
2
Violin IV
1
Violin IV
2
Viola IV
1
Viola IV
2
Voice IV
1
Voice IV
2
Instrument & Arranging
3
MWF
10:00am
America’s Ethnic Music
3
W
07:00pm
Classical Period
3
MWF
01:10pm
Jazz Techniques
2
MW
02:10pm
Dir-Study Undergrad
1-2
Dir-Study:Alexander Technique 2
MWF
11:00am
Dir-Study: Alexander Technique 1
MWF
11:00am
Dir-Study: Adv Choral Conduct
1-2
Senior Recital
2
Pedagogy: Brass
.5-2
Pedagogy: Strings
.5-2
Pedagogy: Woodwinds
.5-2
Pedagogy: Percussion
.5
Pract in Mus Education
1
F
08:00am
Instr Cond & Rep
2
MWF
09:00am
Prerequisite: MUSC 4070 and must pass MUSC 2395
Choral Cond & Rep
2
MWF
09:00am
Prerequisite: MUSC 4070 and must pass MUSC 2395
Tp:Wind Chamber
1
Tp:Oboe Pedagogy
1
Baritone Horn V
1
Baritone Horn V
2
Bassoon V
1
Bassoon V
2
Cello V
1
Cello V
2
Clarinet V
1
Clarinet V
2
Double Bass V
1
Double Bass V
2
Flute V
1
Flute V
2
French Horn V
1
French Horn V
2
Guitar V
1
Guitar V
2
Guitar V: Jazz
1-4
Harp V
1
Oboe V
1
Oboe V
2
Organ V
1
Organ V
2
21184
23397*
22840
23283
21185
21186
21187
21188
21189
21190
21191
21192
24697*
21193
21194
21195
21196
21197
21198
21199
21200
21201
21202
21203
21204
21205
21261
21262
24701
26240
21263
24092
25401*
25787*
25802
21264
21265
27062
21268
22364
21269
21270
USP 03
CAD
4990
4990
5080
5080
5090
5090
5100
5100
5110
5110
5120
5120
5130
5130
5140
5140
5150
5150
5150
5160
5170
5170
5180
5180
Cr Hrs Days
73
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
10:50am
09:50pm
02:00pm
03:00pm
FA
FA
FA
FA
132
128
132
132
11:50am
11:50am
FA
FA
254
254
08:50am
09:50am
FA
FA
302
132
Hart
Queal
Bogard
Schefter
Bird Reynolds
Bird Reynolds
Hoffman
Hoffman
Barnhart
Barnhart
Bogard
Bogard
Markley
Turpen
Turpen
Soueidi
Soueidi
Meredith
Meredith
Ortega
Ortega
Fadial
Fadial
Przygocki
Przygocki
Hensel
Hensel
Williamson
Garnett
Sinift
Meredith
Belser
Hensel
Hensel
Lamartine
Bogard
Meredith
Sinift
Turpen
Barnhart
Przygocki
Griffith
09:50am
FA
302
Lamartine
Bird Reynolds
Bird Reynolds
Belser
Belser
Uno-Jack
Uno-Jack
Vanderborgh
Vanderborgh
McGee
McGee
McKeage
McKeage
Riner
Riner
Johnston
Johnston
Hart
Hart
Queal
Schefter
Bird Reynolds
Bird Reynolds
Hoffman
Hoffman
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
21292
21293
21294
21295
24116*
21296
21297
21298
21299
21300
21301
21302
21303
21304
21305
21306
21307
21308
21309
25699
24043*
26241
21310
25402*
21311
21312
21313
21314
21315
21316
21317
21318
21319
21320
21321
21322
21323
CRN
USP 03
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
5190
5190
5200
5200
5200
5210
5210
5220
5220
5230
5230
5240
5240
5250
5250
5260
5260
5270
5270
5320
5340
5350
5400
5400
5480
5480
5490
5490
5500
5500
5510
5510
5520
5520
5530
5530
5540
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
01
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
21324
MUSC 5540
02
24711
21325
21326
21327
21328
21329
21330
21331
21332
21333
21334
24712
21335
21336
22591*
21337
21338
21339
21340
21341
21342
21343
21344
21345
21346
21347
21348
21349
22867
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
03
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
01
Percussion V
Percussion V
Piano V
Piano V
Piano V:Jazz
Saxophone V
Saxophone V
Trombone V
Trombone V
Trumpet V
Trumpet V
Tuba V
Tuba V
Violin V
Violin V
Viola V
Viola V
Voice V
Voice V
Advanced Seminar
Adv Composition
Advanced Analysis
Independent Study & Research
Ind: Alexander Technique
Baritone Horn VI
Baritone Horn VI
Bassoon VI
Bassoon VI
Cello VI
Cello VI
Clarinet VI
Clarinet VI
Double Bass VI
Double Bass VI
Flute VI
Flute VI
Guitar VI
Enrollment by audition only
Guitar VI
Enrollment by audition only
Guitar VI
French Horn VI
French Horn VI
Oboe VI
Oboe VI
Organ VI
Organ VI
Percussion VI
Percussion VI
Piano VI
Piano VI
Piano VI
Saxophone VI
Saxophone VI
Capstone
Trombone VI
Trombone VI
Trumpet VI
Trumpet VI
Tuba VI
Tuba VI
Violin VI
Violin VI
Viola VI
Viola VI
Voice VI
Voice VI
Graduate Recital
Adv Tch Meth-Brass
5540
5560
5560
5570
5570
5580
5580
5590
5590
5600
5600
5600
5610
5610
5615
5620
5620
5630
5630
5640
5640
5650
5650
5660
5660
5670
5670
5680
5690
Cr Hrs Days
74
1
2
1
2
1-4
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
1-4
2
1-2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1-4
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1-4
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
MW
11:00am 11:50am
FA
302
TR
08:00am 08:50am
FA
302
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
FA
254
Barnhart
Barnhart
Bogard
Bogard
Markley
Turpen
Turpen
Soueidi
Soueidi
Meredith
Meredith
Ortega
Ortega
Fadial
Fadial
Przygocki
Przygocki
Hensel
Hensel
Brinkman
Kehn
Best
Brinkman
Hensel
Belser
Belser
Uno-Jack
Uno-Jack
Vanderborgh
Vanderborgh
McGee
McGee
McKeage
McKeage
Riner
Riner
Hart
Hart
Queal
Johnston
Johnston
Bird Reynolds
Bird Reynolds
Hoffman
Hoffman
Barnhart
Barnhart
Bogard
Bogard
Markley
Turpen
Turpen
Fadial
Soueidi
Soueidi
Meredith
Meredith
Ortega
Ortega
Fadial
Fadial
Przygocki
Przygocki
Hensel
Hensel
Brinkman
Meredith
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
23151
22844
22899
21350
21352
21353
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
5700
5710
5710
5780
5790
5800
01
01
02
01
01
01
21929
21354
MUSC 5810
MUSC 5820
01
01
21355
MUSC 5830
01
Adv Tchng Methods - String
Adv Tchng Methds-Woodwind
Adv Tchng Methds-Woodwind
Wind Ensemble III
Jazz Ensemble III: WY Jazz Ens
Collegiate Chorale
Enrollment by audition only
Voc Ens:Civic Chorus
Opera Theatre
Enrollment by audition only
Symphony Orchestra III
21356*
MUSC 5840
01
27065
21357
27063
27064
21358
22049
22410*
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
5850
5860
5870
5870
5880
5890
5895
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
21359
21360
21361
21362
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
MUSC
5920
5940
5960
5990
Enrollment by audition only
Chamber Orchestra
Enrollment by audition only
Percussion Ensemble
Brass Ensemble
Woodwind Ensemble III
Woodwind Ensemble III
String Ens:Chamber Music
Piano Ensemble
Baroque Ensemble III
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
1
1
1
.5
.5
.5
TR
MWF
MTRF
03:10pm 04:45pm
03:10pm 04:00pm
12:00pm 12:50pm
FA
FA
FA
CNCT
132
128
.5
.5
M
MW
07:00pm 09:00pm
04:10pm 06:00pm
FA
FA
128
128
.5
T
R
07:00pm 09:30pm
04:10pm 06:00pm
FA
FA
CNCT
CNCT
.5
MW
04:10pm 06:00pm
FA
CNCT Vanderborgh
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
1
Fadial
Turpen
Riner
Belser
Turpen
Lamartine
Vreeman
Hensel
Griffith
Barnhart
Meredith
Markley
Turpen
Fadial
Wu
Vanderborgh
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1
01
Thesis Research
1
01
Internship
1-12
Brinkman
Brinkman
Brinkman
Brinkman
Neuroscience
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Dr. Frank Rahel (766-4207).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23042
NEUR
5100
23053
22691
NEUR
NEUR
5100
5715
23038*
NEUR
5800
24101
24142
NEUR
NEUR
5800
5800
23372
22736*
NEUR
NEUR
5920
5960
22846
22847
22848
22856
23751
23752
23753
25344
25345
25346
25347
25766
22737*
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5980
22849
22850
22851
25640
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
NEUR
5980
5980
5980
5980
01
Str/Fnctn Nerv System
4
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: ZOO5100
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
F
12:10pm 03:00pm
01
Sem Neuroscience
2
M
05:00pm 07:00pm
Crosslisted with: ZOO5715
01
Research Neuroscience
1-16
Contact department for professor’s section
02
Research Neuroscience
1-16
03
Research Neuroscience
1-16
The following 5900-level course is Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont. Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
Contact department for professor’s section
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
05
Thesis Research
1-12
06
Thesis Research
1-12
07
Thesis Research
1-12
08
Thesis Research
1-12
09
Thesis Research
1-12
10
Thesis Research
1-12
11
Thesis Research
1-12
12
Thesis Research
1-12
13
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
Contact department for professor’s section
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
04
Dissertation Research
1-12
05
Dissertation Research
1-12
75
BS
218
Prather
BS
CR
218
209
Prather
Fox
Flynn
Prather
Woodbury
Sun
Flynn
Staff
Skinner
Sun
Fox
Prather
Fuzessery
Woodbury
Schatzl
Barrett
Pratt
Clark
Thyagarajan
Skinner
Flynn
Sun
Staff
Prather
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Science and Mathematics Teaching Center 766-6381
Staffed jointly by the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, the Science and Mathematics Teaching Center is administered in the
College of Education and directed by Robert Mayes (766-3776).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21363
22278
NASC
NASC
5940
5961
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1
01
Plan B Project
1-4
Staff
Staff
Philosophy 766-3204
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Susanna Goodin (766-3368).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend classes from the first day of class or they may be dropped to allow waitlisted students to enroll.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first class session and all subsequent class session through the add/drop period to remain on the waitlist.
• Waitlisted students should not buy textbooks until they are officially enrolled.
• Classes may require additional meeting times beyond scheduled times for discussion and review session and guest speakers.
20641
CH
PHIL
1000
20642
CH
PHIL
1000
20644
22692
20643
20645
26318
26319
26320
26321
26312
24560
26313
26314
26315
26331
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CHD
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
PHIL
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
2345
3120
3300
3420
3560
4190
26332
PHIL
4440
25396
26316
PHIL
PHIL
5100
5190
26317
PHIL
5440
22244*
20647*
PHIL
PHIL
5940
5960
01
Intro to Phil
3
MW
10:00am
Students must enroll in one discussion section 20-23
02
Intro to Phil
3
MW
11:00am
Students must enroll in one discussion section 24-27
20
Discussion - Lec Section 1
0
F
09:00am
21
Discussion - Lec Section 1
0
F
10:00am
22
Discussion - Lec Section 1
0
F
10:00am
23
Discussion - Lec Section 1
0
F
11:00am
24
Discussion - Lec Section 2
0
F
10:00am
25
Discussion - Lec Section 2
0
F
11:00am
26
Discussion - Lec Section 2
0
F
11:00am
27
Discussion - Lec Section 2
0
F
12:00pm
01
Natur Res Ethics
3
MWF
09:00am
01
Ancient Greek Philosophy
3
MWF
02:10pm
01
Ethical theory
3
MWF
11:00am
01
Symbolic Logic
3
MWF
09:00am
01
Introduction to Metaphysics
3
TR
11:00am
01
Philosophy of Language
3
T
03:00pm
Crosslisted with: PHIL5190
01
Topics in Phil of Mind
3
W
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: PHIL5440
01
Figs-Mod & 19th Cent:Descartes 3
R
03:00pm
01
Tp:Phil of Language
3-6
T
03:00pm
Crosslisted with: PHIL4190
01
Topics in Phil of Mind
3-6
W
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: PHIL4440
The following 5900-level course is Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
6
10:50am
AV
212
Sherline
11:50am
BU
121
Colter
09:50am
10:50am
10:50am
11:50am
10:50am
11:50am
11:50am
12:50pm
09:50am
03:00pm
11:50am
09:50am
12:15pm
05:30pm
EN
WH
PS
CR
EA
CR
CR
CR
CR
BU
BU
ED
EN
RH
1055
434
237
144
207
141
209
141
105
10
211
47
2102
135
Sherline
Sherline
Sherline
Sherline
Colter
Colter
Colter
Colter
Ulatowski
Colter
Sherline
Colter
Moffett
Moffett
05:40pm
RH
135
Ulatowski
05:30pm
05:30pm
RH
RH
135
135
Goodin
Moffett
05:40pm
RH
135
Ulatowski
Colter
Colter
Physics 766-6150
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Chair Daniel Dale (766-6150).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23065
SP
PHYS
1050
01
23066
23067
23068
26478
26477
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
10
11
12
20
21
Concepts of Phys
4
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
R
Discussion
T
Discussion
T
76
09:35am 10:50am
CR
314
01:10pm
01:10pm
01:10pm
11:00am
03:10pm
PS
PS
PS
AS
EN
130
130
130
401
1055
03:00pm
03:00pm
03:00pm
11:50am
04:00pm
Barrans
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
26480
20650
SP
SP
PHYS
PHYS
22
01
Discussion
Fund Phys Universe
20651
SP
20652
SP
20653
20654
20655
20656
20657
20658
23798
20659
20660
20661
20662
20663
23246
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
20664
SP
26341
26342
26344
26500
26501
26502
20665
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
25446
SP
20666
20667
20668
20669
20670
20671
20672
20673
26246
20674
21975
26245
26247
24139
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
23405
26249
26248
22949
22937
20676
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
R
03:10pm 04:00pm PS
TR
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
TR
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
Elementary Education majors only; Prerequisite of junior or
senior standing
PHYS 1120 (Sections 01-02) :Students must enroll in a laboratory and a discussion section;
Discussions begin the first week of class. Labs begin the second week of class.
Must reserve Thursdays, 5:00-7:00 pm for exams.
PHYS 1120 01
Gen Physics II
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am CR
R
05:01pm 07:00pm
PHYS 1120 02
Gen Physics II
4
TR
09:35am 10:50am CR
R
05:01pm 07:00pm
PHYS 1120 10
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 11
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 12
Laboratory
0
T
07:10pm 09:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 13
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 14
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 15
Laboratory
0
W
07:10pm 09:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 16
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 20
Discussion
0
T
01:10pm 02:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 21
Discussion
0
T
03:10pm 04:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 22
Discussion
0
W
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
PHYS 1120 23
Discussion
0
W
03:10pm 04:00pm PS
PHYS 1120 24
Discussion
0
R
01:10pm 02:00pm PS
PHYS 1210 01
Engr Physics I
4
MWF
10:00am 11:40am PS
Reserve Thursday evenings 5-7 for exams.
PHYS 1210 02
Engr Physics I
4
TR
01:10pm 02:25pm BC
Reserve Thursday evenings 5-7 for exams
PHYS 1210 10
Laboratory
T
07:10pm 09:00pm PS
PHYS 1210 11
Laboratory
W
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
PHYS 1210 12
Laboratory
0
R
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
PHYS 1210 20
Discussion
0
T
01:10pm 02:00pm AS
PHYS 1210 21
Discussion
0
W
03:10pm 04:00pm CR
PHYS 1210 22
Discussion
0
R
02:10pm 03:00pm AS
PHYS 1220 01
Engr Physics II
4
MWF
11:00am 11:50am CR
Students must enroll in a laboratory and a discussion
section. Reserve Thursdays 5-7 pm for exams.
PHYS 1220 02
Engr Physics II
4
MWF
12:10pm 01:50pm EN
This section is for Energy Resource Management only
PHYS 1220 10
Laboratory
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
PHYS 1220 11
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm 03:00pm PS
PHYS 1220 12
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm PS
PHYS 1220 13
Laboratory
0
R
10:00am 11:50am PS
PHYS 1220 20
Discussion
0
T
11:00am 11:50am CR
PHYS 1220 21
Discussion
0
W
02:10pm 03:00pm EN
PHYS 1220 22
Discussion
0
R
01:10pm 02:00pm EN
PHYS 2320 01
Modern Physics
3
MWF
02:10pm 03:00pm CR
PHYS 3640 01
Mod Elec and Exp Tech
4
TR
01:10pm 02:50pm PS
PHYS 4210 01
Class Mechanics I
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm PS
PHYS 4420 01
Elec & Magnet II
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm PS
PHYS 4830 01
Math & Comp Phys I
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am PS
PHYS 4840 01
Math & Comp Phys II
3
PHYS 4860 01
Ind Study In:
2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
PHYS 4870 01
Special Topics
1-6
F
04:10pm 05:00pm PS
PHYS 5730 01
Condensed Matter Magnetism
4
PHYS 5740 01
Trans Prop Solids
4
PHYS 5860 01
Independent Study
1-4
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
PHYS
PHYS
1050
1090
Cr Hrs Days
5960
5980
4
The following 5900-level course is Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
77
234
239
237
Staff
Laurance
222
Koncel
222
Koncel
129
129
129
129
129
129
129
234
234
2100
234
234
133
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Kobulnicky
138
Barrans
133
133
133
401
147
401
222
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Michalak
3106
Barrans
135
135
135
135
142
1044
3104
215
137
234
234
234
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Michalak
Pierce
Thayer
Thayer
Thayer
Dale
Staff
234
Staff
Tang
Wang
Staff
Staff
Kobulnicky
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Political Science 766-6484
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator JoMarie Paintin (766-6485) or Department Head Jim King (766-6484).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Many courses intended for students in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program are offered through the Outreach School. Please see
courses listed under “The Outreach School” for additional POLS class listings.
Syllabi for all POLS courses are available on the department’s web page at www.uwyo.edu/pols. Students should plan to print a syllabus and bring it to
the first meeting of class.
Online UW Courses:
26881
V
26882
V
26883
26884
26918
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
1000
1000
1100
2290
4100
40
41
40
40
40
26920
POLS
4600
40
26922
POLS
4710
40
26924
POLS
4710
41
26885
26919
POLS
POLS
5060
5100
40
40
26886
26923
POLS
POLS
5470
5710
40
40
26925
POLS
5710
41
20696*
V
POLS
1000
01
23141
V
POLS
1000
02
26121
26122
26123
26124
26125
26126
26127
26128
26129
24335
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
CSG
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1200
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
01
26130
26131
26132
23165
CSG
CSG
CSG
G
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
1200
1200
1200
2310
20
21
22
01
23511
23512
23513
26133
24336
26134
26471
G
G
G
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
2310
2310
2310
2460
3100
3270
3500
20
21
22
01
01
01
01
23074
POLS
4330
01
26135
POLS
4340
01
WB
American & Wyoming Govt
American & Wyoming Govt
Wyoming Govt
Gov & Pol Latin Am
Const Law: Institutional Power
Crosslisted with: POLS5100
Political Violence
Crosslisted with: CRMJ4600
Topics:Nonprofit Mgt & Ldrshp
Crosslisted with: POLS5710
Topics:Rural Governance
Crosslisted with: POLS5710
Am Intergovt Relations
Const Law: Institutional Power
Crosslisted with: POLS4100
E-Government
Topics:Nonprofit Mgt & Ldrshp
Crosslisted with: POLS4710
Topics In:Rural Governance
Crosslisted with: POLS4710
3
3
1
3
3
Staff
Staff
Staff
Aylward
McConnell
3
Pizor
3
Beck
3
Anderson
3
3
Schenker
McConnell
3
3
Oxley
Beck
3
Anderson
American & Wyoming Govt
3
TR
Reserved for international students.
American & Wyoming Govt
3
MW
POLS 1000-02 students must enroll in discussion.
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Nonwest Pol Cultrs
3
MW
Crosslisted with: INST1200
Meets non-western certification for A&S
Students must enroll in discussion section.
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Intro Intl Relat
3
MW
Crosslisted with: INST2310
Students must enroll in discussion section.
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Discussion
0
F
Intro Pol Phil
3
MWF
Politics and Judicial Process
3
MWF
Govt & Politics of Middle East
3
MWF
Gender and Society
3
TR
Crosslisted with: WMST3500
Amer Foreign Rels
3
TR
Crosslisted with: INST4330 POLS5330
Internatl Organzn
3
TR
Crosslisted with: INST4340 POLS5340
78
02:45pm 04:00pm
AS
118
Walter
10:00am 10:50am
ED
AUD
Staff
09:00am
09:00am
10:00am
10:00am
10:00am
11:00am
11:00am
12:00pm
12:00pm
09:00am
09:50am
09:50am
10:50am
10:50am
10:50am
11:50am
11:50am
12:50pm
12:50pm
09:50am
AG
EN
EA
EN
EN
CR
AG
EN
EN
CR
2024
2101
215
3111
3112
219
223
3105
2100
222
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Sakiev
09:00am
10:00am
11:00am
11:00am
09:50am
10:50am
11:50am
11:50am
BU
BU
BU
AV
209
210
208
212
Staff
Staff
Staff
Garrison
10:00am
11:00am
12:00pm
10:00am
02:10pm
01:10pm
01:20pm
10:50am
11:50am
12:50pm
10:50am
03:00pm
02:00pm
02:35pm
BU
BU
CR
BS
CR
CR
CR
209
111
209
309
221
103
147
Staff
Staff
Staff
Reed
Wodahl
Sakiev
Dewey
11:00am 12:15pm
CR
215
Sakiev
09:35am 10:50am
EA
211
Anderson
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
22712*
POLS
4420
01
24343
POLS
4520
20697*
POLS
4550
20698*
POLS
4560
26136
POLS
4650
20699*
23521
POLS
POLS
4700
4710
26137*
POLS
4710
26138*
23142*
POLS
POLS
4840
4870
23075
POLS
5330
26139
POLS
5340
22713*
POLS
5420
20701*
POLS
5500
24353
POLS
5520
20702*
26140
POLS
POLS
5570
5650
24356
25425
POLS
POLS
5681
5710
26141*
POLS
5710
23143*
POLS
5870
20703*
20704*
20705*
20706*
20707*
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
POLS
5900
5920
5940
5960
5990
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Sem:Governing Utopia
3
R
06:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS5420
01
Public Opinion
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: POLS5520
01
Internship in Govt
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Wash Sem Prog
15
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Pol Phil: Modern
3
W
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS5650
01
Readings:Polsci
1-3
01
Tp:Policy & Agenda Setting
3
M
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS5710
02
Tp: American & World in 20/20
3
T
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: INST4990 INST5990 POLS5710
01
Sem: Elections & Law
3
T
03:10pm
01
Sem:Pol Comm, FB & the EU
3
R
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS5870
01
Amer Foreign Rels
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: INST4330 POLS4330
01
Internatl Organzn
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: INST4340 POLS4340
01
Sem:Governing Utopia
3
R
06:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS4420
01
Intrnshp: Publ Adm
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Public Opinion
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: POLS4520
01
Graduate Readings
1-3
01
Pol Phil: Modern
3
W
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS4650
01
Methods of Pol Analysis
3
TR
01:20pm
01
Tp:Policy & Agenda Setting
3
M
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS4710
02
Tp: America & World in 20/20
3
T
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: INST4990 INST5990 POLS4710
01
Sem:Pol Comm, FB & the EU
3
R
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: POLS4870
The following 5900-level course is Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
09:00pm
AS
139
Cawley
10:50am
EN
2100
Garner
Garner
Garner
06:00pm
AS
226
Reed
06:00pm
CR
115
Staff
Reed
05:40pm
EN
3105
Garrison
06:00pm
06:00pm
AS
AS
139
226
King
Anderson
12:15pm
CR
215
Sakiev
10:50am
EA
211
Anderson
09:00pm
AS
139
Cawley
Skopek
10:50am
EN
2100
Garner
06:00pm
AS
226
Staff
Reed
02:35pm
06:00pm
AS
CR
139
115
Garner
Reed
05:40pm
EN
3105
Garrison
06:00pm
AS
226
Anderson
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Psychology 766-6303
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Melanie Stinson (766-6302) or Department Head Carolyn Pepper (766-6303).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend classes by January 18 or they may be dropped from their PSYC classes, allowing other students to enroll.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first and all subsequent class sessions in order to remain on the waitlist.
Online UW Courses:
26908
PSYC
26936
PSYC
2210
3250
40
40
26907
26906
26938
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
4250
4310
4370
40
40
40
26940
PSYC
4760
40
26942
PSYC
4760
41
26905
PSYC
4820
40
Drugs & Behavior
Health Psychology
Crosslisted with: NURS3250
Psyc of Chronic Illness
Developmental Psychopathology
Criminal Psychopathology
Crosslisted with: CRMJ4370
Child Maltreatment
Crosslisted with: CRMJ4760
Child Maltreatment
Crosslisted with: CRMJ4760
Human Sexuality
79
3
3
Ksir
Nieuwsma
3
3
3
Hamill Skoch
Silk
Blau
3
Dahl
3
Staff
3
Blau
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
20708
22323
26197
26198
26199
20709
CS
CS
CS
CS
CS
WB
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
2000
01
02
03
04
05
01
Gen Psychology
Gen Psychology
Gen Psychology
Gen Psychology
Gen Psychology
Research Methods
3
3
3
3
3
4
26151
WB
PSYC
2000
02
Research Methods
4
26196
22324
20710
20711
26156
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
2210
2300
2340
3120
3300
01
01
01
01
01
26157
20718
26158
26194
26159
26259
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
4070
4300
4320
4320
4350
4730
01
01
01
02
01
01
Drugs & Behavior
3
Developmntal Psyc
3
Abnormal Psyc
3
Cognitive Psyc
3
Gender Development
3
Crosslisted with: WMST3300
Motivation
3
TR
Adolescent Development
3
MWF
Intellectual Disability
3
TR
Intellectual Disability
3
MWF
Psychology of Adulthood
3
R
Psychology & Law
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: CRMJ4730
Advanced Soc Psyc
3
TR
Child Maltreatment
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: CRMJ4760
Senior Thesis
3
Field Work Psyc
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Undergrad Resch
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Stat Computation in Psyc
1
F
Restricted to graduate students in psychology
Adv Developmental Psychology 3
T
Restricted to graduate students in psychology
App multivar Anly
3
R
Restricted to graduate students in psychology
Psychology/Law Proseminar
1
Restricted to graduate students in psychology
Theory/Tech of Psychotherapy
3
W
Restricted to graduate students in clinical psychology
Clin Assessment II
3
T
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Restricted to graduate students in clinical psychology
Laboratory
0
Clinical Practicum
2
Restricted to graduate students in clinical psychology
Adv Clinical Pract
1-12
Restricted to graduate students in clinical psychology
Emp Supp Therapies
3
R
Restricted to graduate students in clinical psychology
Intro To Research
3
M
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to graduate students in psychology
Pract in Clin Superv II
2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to graduate students in clinical psychology
Sem: Tching of Psychology
1
Restricted to graduate students in psychology
Sem: Social Cognition
3
W
Restricted to graduate students in psychology
Res:General Psyc
1-8
Res:Exper Psych
1-8
Res:Social Psych
1-8
Res:Clinical Psyc
1-8
Res:Dev Psych
1-8
Res:Comp Psych
1-8
Res:Phys Psych
1-8
26160
23444
WC
PSYC
PSYC
4740
4760
01
01
20719*
20720*
WC
PSYC
PSYC
4830
4850
01
01
20721*
PSYC
4855
01
26258
PSYC
5095
01
26152
PSYC
5180
01
23441
PSYC
5300
01
24184
PSYC
5375
01
20722
PSYC
5380
01
20723
PSYC
5410
01
20724
20725
PSYC
PSYC
5410
5450
10
01
20726
PSYC
5460
01
20727
PSYC
5470
01
20728
PSYC
5520
01
22327
PSYC
5640
01
26154
PSYC
5760
01
26155
PSYC
5785
01
20729*
20730*
20731*
20732*
20733*
20734*
20735*
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
5800
5810
5820
5830
5840
5850
5860
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
Cr Hrs Days
80
TR
MWF
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
MWF
TR
TR
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
09:35am
11:00am
11:00am
09:00am
10:00am
04:10pm
04:10pm
08:00am
08:00am
11:00am
11:00am
10:00am
02:45pm
09:35am
10:50am
11:50am
12:15pm
09:50am
10:50am
06:00pm
06:00pm
09:50am
09:50am
12:15pm
12:15pm
10:50am
04:00pm
10:50am
AG
CR
HS
AG
EN
CR
BS
BS
CR
EN
CR
AG
CR
BU
1030
306
105
4041
3110
103
302
302
209
2110
306
AUD
133
129
Penningroth
Freng
Chai
Tyser
Saraff
Wilkowski
01:20pm
11:00am
11:00am
01:10pm
04:10pm
11:00am
02:35pm
11:50am
12:15pm
02:00pm
06:50pm
11:50am
BS
CR
BS
BS
CR
CR
309
133
309
309
209
118
McCrea
Nunez
MacLean
Clapp
Estes
Walker
11:00am 12:15pm
02:10pm 03:00pm
CR
CR
219
115
Wilkowski
Nunez
Freng
Zheng
Estes
Deacon
Penningroth
Hartung
Staff
Staff
Staff
01:10pm 02:00pm
BS
302
Clapp
02:10pm 05:00pm
BS
310
Estes
02:10pm 05:00pm
AS
228
Clapp
Nunez
02:10pm 05:00pm
BS
304
Deacon
02:10pm 05:00pm
BS
304
Scott
Scott
Pepper
Pepper
02:10pm 05:00pm
BS
310
Pepper
01:10pm 04:00pm
BS
310
Estes
McKibbin
Freng
02:10pm 05:00pm
BS
310
McCrea
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
20737*
20738*
20739*
20740*
Course #
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
PSYC
5920
5940
5960
5980
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Religious Studies 766-3204
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Kristine Utterback (307-766-6259) or advisors Dr. Antoinette DeNapoli (307-766-2612) or Dr. Quincy
Newell (307-766-2144).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend classes from the first day of class or they may be dropped to allow waitlisted students to enroll.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first class session and all subsequent class session through the add/drop period to remain on the waitlist.
• Waitlisted students should not buy textbooks until they are officially enrolled.
• Classes may require additional meeting times beyond scheduled times for discussion, and review sessions or guest speakers.
Online UW Courses:
26900
CHG
RELI
1000
40
26901
CHG
RELI
1000
41
26902
CHG
RELI
1000
42
26903
CHG
RELI
1000
43
24604
26904
26944
CH
RELI
RELI
RELI
2110
2150
2250
40
40
40
RELI
3220
40
CHD
26950
26931
CHG
RELI
3260
40
26929
DWC
RELI
4100
40
26322
CHG
RELI
2050
01
26323
CHD
RELI
2250
01
24716
26324
26325
CH
RELI
RELI
RELI
2410
3225
3235
01
01
01
26326
26327*
CHD
RELI
RELI
3400
4310
01
01
26328
RELI
4500
01
24612
RELI
4500
02
Intro to Religion
3
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Intro to Religion
3
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Intro to Religion
3
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Intro to Religion
3
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Old Testamnt Intro
3
New Testament
3
American Religion I: to 1865
3
Crosslisted with: HIST2250
Modern Middle East
3
Crosslisted with: HIST3220
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
African Spirits in New World
3
Crosslisted with: AAST3260
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
African American Relig Culture
3
Crosslisted with: AAST4100
Religions of Asia
3
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
American Religion I: to 1865
3
Crosslisted with: HIST2250
Varieties of Non-Belief
3
Apocalypse
3
Medieval Christianity
3
Crosslisted with: HIST3235
Reli in Amer West
3
Seminar in Asian Religions:
3
Goddess Traditions of South Asia
Tp:Israel inGraeco-Roman World 3
Crosslisted with: HIST4990
Tp:Beyond Life & Death
3
81
Fall
Neely
Keller
Staff
Elliott
Neely
Newell
Kamp
Keller
Keller
TR
09:35am 10:50am
EN
3111
DeNapoli
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
AS
210
TR
TR
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
09:35am 10:50am
08:10am 09:25am
CR
EN
EN
214
4066
4066
Fall
Utterback
Utterback
TR
W
09:35am 10:50am
03:10pm 05:50pm
CR
RH
105
14
Newell
DeNapoli
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
AG
2024
Flesher
M
06:00pm 08:45pm
CR
113
Palmer
Newell
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Sociology 766-3342
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Richard Machalek (766-6350).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first and all subsequent class sessions in order to remain on the waitlist.
Online UW Courses:
26668
SOC
26669
SOC
4000
4020
40
40
20549
20557
23169
CS
CS
SOC
SOC
SOC
1000
1000
2400
01
02
01
24524
G
SOC
3000
26253*
26254*
23522
WC
WC
SOC
SOC
SOC
3090
3090
3110
SOC
SOC
SOC
SOC
3200
3500
3950
4250
SOC
4650
20608*
26250
SOC
SOC
4850
4890
20609*
SOC
4970
22747
SOC
5070
20610*
26256
SOC
SOC
5200
5650
20618
20619
20620
SOC
SOC
SOC
5920
5940
5960
23081
24522
23510
26252
26255
WB
WC
Social Inequality
Sociology of Work
3
3
Straight
Staff
Sociological Princ
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
Sociological Princ
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Criminology
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: CRMJ2400
01
Social Change
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: INST3000
01
Sociological Research Methods 4
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
10
Laboratory
0
F
12:00pm 12:50pm
01
Self & Society
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Prerequisite of SOC 1000 or PSYC 1000 required
for enrollment.
01
Sociology of Religion
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Sociology of Gender
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
01
Environmental Sociology
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Sociology of Law
3
TR
04:10pm 05:25pm
Crosslisted with: CRMJ4250
01
Urban Sociology
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: SOC5650
01
Conference
1-6
01
Tp:Future of the Welfare State
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: INST4990
01
Soc Internship
3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Stat Methods Soc Sci
3
M
03:10pm 05:40pm
Crosslisted with: STAT5070
01
Conference
1-8
01
Urban Sociology
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: SOC4650
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1
01
Thesis Research
1-12
CR
CR
CR
133
310
222
Painter
Moloney
Heck
BU
208
Machalek
EN
EN
CR
2109
2109
118
Painter
Painter
Holmes
CR
CR
AG
CR
103
137
1032
142
Machalek
Barnes
Staff
Holmes
CR
209
EN
3111
Staff
Staff
Bjorkenwall
Staff
CR
207
Zajacova
CR
209
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Statistics 766-4229
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Ken Gerow (766-4229).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• The Statistics Department checks prerequisites on STAT 2000, STAT 2050, and STAT 2070 courses approximately two weeks prior to the beginning of
each semester. Students without an appropriate prerequisite will be administratively dropped from their statistics course.
Online UW Courses:
26887
QB
STAT
26888
QB
STAT
2000
2070
40
40
Stats & The World
Intro Stat-Soc Sci
21382
STAT
2050
01
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
10
11
12
13
14
15
Fund In Statistics
4
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
MW
Laboratory
0
MW
Laboratory
0
MW
Laboratory
0
TR
Laboratory
0
TR
Laboratory
0
TR
21383
21384
21385
21386
21387
21388
QB
3
4
82
Bieber
Bieber
01:10pm 02:00pm
CR
302
Bird
03:10pm
04:10pm
05:10pm
01:10pm
02:10pm
03:10pm
AG
AG
AG
AG
AG
AG
328
328
328
328
328
328
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
04:00pm
05:00pm
06:00pm
02:00pm
03:00pm
04:00pm
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
QB
STAT
STAT
STAT
2050
2050
2070
16
17
01
21391
21392
21393
21394
21395
21396
21397
21398
23097
23098
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
2070
2070
2070
2070
2070
2070
2070
2070
3050
4025
26625
STAT
4115
26622
STAT
4155
21399
23100
STAT
STAT
4220
4265
26612
STAT
4300
22017
21400
STAT
STAT
4870
4880
23099
STAT
5025
23690
22758
STAT
STAT
5055
5070
21401
STAT
5080
26627
STAT
5115
26623
STAT
5155
23101
STAT
5265
26613
STAT
5300
22007
STAT
5470
26620
26624
21402
STAT
STAT
STAT
5540
5630
5810
21403
STAT
5880
21404
21405
22926
22609
22860
23320
26630
22242
22243
23962
21406
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
STAT
5920
5940
5940
5960
5960
5960
5980
5980
5980
5980
5990
21389
21708
21390
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Laboratory
0
TR
04:10pm 05:00pm
Laboratory
0
TR
05:10pm 06:00pm
Intro Stat-Soc Sci
4
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
MW
01:10pm 02:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
MW
02:10pm 03:00pm
12
Laboratory
0
MW
03:10pm 04:00pm
13
Laboratory
0
MW
04:10pm 05:00pm
14
Laboratory
0
TR
05:10pm 06:00pm
15
Laboratory
0
TR
02:10pm 03:00pm
16
Laboratory
0
TR
03:10pm 04:00pm
17
Laboratory
0
TR
04:10pm 05:00pm
01
Stat-Methods-Gen
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Design & Analysis Expermnt I
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT5025
01
Time Ser Anlysis & Forecstng
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT5115
01
Fundamentals of Sampling
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: STAT5155
01
Basic Engineer Stat
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
01
Intro to Theory of Stats
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT5265
01
App Multi Analysis
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT5300
01
Senior Thesis
3
01
Probs:Statistics
1-4
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Design & Analysis Expermnt I
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT4025
01
Stat Meth Bio II
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
01
Stat Methods Soc Sci
3
M
03:10pm 05:40pm
Crosslisted with: SOC5070
01
Stat Meth Ag & Nature
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: ENTO5080
01
Time Series Analy & Forecstng
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT4115
01
Fundamentals of Sampling
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: STAT4155
01
Intro to Theory of Stats
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT4265
01
Applied Multivariate Analysis
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: STAT4300
01
Data Analysis
3
Course designed for STATISTICS GRADUATE students to work on
Data for Thesis/Dissertation
01
Large Sample Theory
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
01
Multivariate Analysis
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Seminar
1-2
F
02:10pm 03:00pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Adv Problems
1-8
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
02
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
05
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
83
Bldg Room Instructor
AG
AG
CR
328
328
129
Staff
Staff
Crawford
EN
EN
EN
EN
AG
AG
AG
AG
EN
BU
2109
2109
2109
2109
229
229
229
229
3105
222
RH
339
Anderson-Sprecher
AG
328
Robinson
CR
CR
215
144
Anderson-Sprecher
BU
221
Bieber
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Crawford
Staff
Staff
BU
222
Staff
AG
CR
229
207
Gerow
Zajacova
AG
2018
RH
339
Anderson-Sprecher
AG
328
Robinson
CR
144
Anderson-Sprecher
BU
221
Bieber
Legg
Staff
RH
RH
RH
342
342
339
Wulff
Wulff
Staff
Staff
Robinson
Anderson-Sprecher
Robinson
Anderson-Sprecher
Robinson
Bieber
Wulff
Anderson-Sprecher
Robinson
Bieber
Anderson-Sprecher
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Theatre and Dance 766-2198
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Margaret Wilson (766-5138) or Department Head Leigh Selting (766-2199).
All Studio and Dance classes have an additional $25.00 fee.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21408
21409
21410
23453
23454
26484
26485
26486
26487
23462*
21757*
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
1000
1000
1040
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1300
1405
01
02
01
01
02
03
04
05
06
01
01
02
03
04
05
01
01
01
01
01
02
Intro To Theatre
Intro To Theatre
Production Crew I
Beginning Acting
Beginning Acting
Beginning Acting
Beginning Acting
Beginning Acting
Beginning Acting
Musical Theatre Workshop
Intro to Yoga
Dance majors only
Ballet I/I
Modern Dance I/I
Men’s Technique
Beginning Jazz
Thea Bkgrd Drama II
Production Crew II
Theatre Practice
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Theatre Practice
Theatre Practice
Theatre Practice
Theatre Practice
Speech for Actor
Stagecraft
CAD I
Musical Theatre Voice Lesson
Ballet II/II (Partnering)
Ballet II/II (Pointe)
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
1410
1430
1470
1480
2020
2040
2050
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
24036*
24044*
24090*
25804*
25754*
21416
21417
23077*
21418*
26472*
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
2050
2050
2050
2050
2170
2220
2250
2340
2420
2420
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
3
3
3
1
1
1
21419*
27046
THEA
THEA
2480
3021
01
01
Jazz II
Dance Pedagogy
1
1
23069*
26488*
22827*
THEA
THEA
THEA
3100
3160
3410
01
01
01
22828*
THEA
3430
01
22362
THEA
3490
01
26489*
23070*
26490*
21422*
26491*
26474*
21423
21424
25386
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
3750
3790
3805
3810
3890
4001
4010
4030
4230
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
4330
4600
4810
4820
4845
4850
4880
4940
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
Kines For Dance
Advanced Stage Makeup
Ballet III/I
Dance Majors Only
Modern Dance III/I
Dance Majors Only
Jazz III/II
Dance Majors Only
Acting For Camera
Stage Management
Stage Lighting 2
Scene Design
Lighting CADD
Historical Dance
Advanced Ballet
Adv Modern Dance
Greek Tragedy
Crosslisted with: CLAS4230
History American Mus Thea
Teach Thea Artist-Srv Learn
Adv Scenic Design
Directing I
Costume Fit & Alteration
Stage Costuming II
Prac:Child Pedagogy I
Theatre History II
21411
23597
26496*
21412
21413
21414
21415*
26493*
26494*
21425*
23464*
26495*
23465
25589*
21760
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
WC
84
3
3
.5
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
TR
TR
M
MW
MW
TR
MW
TR
TR
TR
MW
09:35am
11:00am
05:35pm
11:00am
11:00am
11:00am
09:35am
08:10am
09:35am
04:10pm
08:00am
10:50am
12:15pm
06:50pm
12:15pm
12:15pm
12:15pm
10:50am
09:25am
10:50am
05:25pm
09:25am
AG
AG
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
AUD
AUD
TH
CS
226
CS
CS
CS
CS
226
MS
Downs
Downs
Sorensen
Hilliker
Aragon
Wright
O’Hagan
Jacobs
Jacobs
West
Deckert
1
1
1
1
3
.5
1-2
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
W
08:00am
08:00am
03:45pm
11:00am
01:20pm
05:35pm
09:25am
09:25am
04:30pm
11:50am
02:35pm
06:50pm
HA
HA
FA
HA
FA
FA
DS3N
DS3N
MS
DS3N
111
TH
Knight
Shaw
Jackson
Jackson
Hilliker
Sorensen
Hodgson
MW
TR
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
09:35am 10:50am
09:35am 10:50am
FA
FA
FA
3
2
1
F
T
R
MW
M
F
TR
T
MW
02:10pm
02:10pm
02:10pm
12:30pm
03:45pm
08:00am
09:35am
01:20pm
09:35am
03:30pm
03:40pm
04:20pm
02:00pm
05:15pm
09:00am
10:50am
04:00pm
10:50am
FA
HA
HA
HA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
Sorensen
Kearns
Aragon
Downs
CS
Wright
106 Renaud-Turner
TH
Sorensen
West
MS
Jackson
DS3N
Knight
DS3N
DS3N
Shaw
MS
Knight
MS
111
Deckert
221
Hodgson
MS
Deckert
1
TR
09:35am 10:50am
FA
MS
Jackson
1
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
FA
MS
Jackson
3
3
3
3
3
1-2
2-3
2-3
3
W
MW
TR
TR
MW
MW
MTWR
MTWR
TR
04:10pm
11:00am
11:00am
09:35am
11:00am
11:00am
02:10pm
12:30pm
11:00am
06:30pm
12:15pm
12:15pm
10:50am
12:15pm
12:15pm
03:40pm
02:00pm
12:15pm
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
EN
CS
124
STTH
124
STTH
MS
MS
MS
6085A
Selting
Sorensen
Huizinga
Kearns
Huizinga
Knight
Deckert
Jackson
Holt
3
3
3
3
3
3
1-2
3
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
TR
11:00am
01:20pm
11:00am
02:45pm
11:00am
09:35am
03:50pm
01:20pm
12:15pm
02:35pm
12:15pm
04:00pm
12:15pm
10:50am
05:20pm
02:35pm
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
FA
HA
CB
227
226
124
CS
221
220
DS3N
104A
West
Aragon
Kearns
Hilliker
Robertson
Hodgson
Knight
Wright
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
25523*
23076*
24025*
24045*
24095*
24150*
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
THEA
4950
4990
4990
4990
4990
4990
01
06
08
09
10
11
Senior Thesis
Res:Senior Project
Research:Theatre
Research:Theatre
Research:Theatre
Dance for the Camera
3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
25488*
25592*
THEA
THEA
4990
4990
12
13
Combat III
Shakespeare Workshop
1-3
1-3
W
F
TR
TR
Times
03:45pm
12:00pm
04:10pm
02:45pm
04:15pm
02:00pm
05:25pm
04:00pm
Bldg Room Instructor
FA
FA
FA
FA
MS
MS
CS
CS
Wilson
Hilliker
Sorensen
Kearns
Downs
Shaw
O’Hagan
O’Hagan
Zoology and Physiology 766-4207
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Interim Department Head Harold Bergman (766-4207).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Students must check prerequisites for courses at least two weeks prior to the start of each semester. Students without appropriate prerequisites for a
course may be unable to register through WyoWeb. If so, contact the instructor and/or department for advice.
23310
SB
ZOO
2040
01
23311
23312
23313
23314
23315
23316
23317
23318
21555
21509*
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
2450
3115
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
01
01
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3600
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
01
21510
21511
21512
21513
21514
21515
22336
23321*
25751*
21556
21516
LWC
ZOO
4100
01
23783
LWC
ZOO
4100
02
21517*
24596*
21500*
24599*
24597*
21501*
24601*
21502*
WC
LWC
WC
LWC
LWC
WC
LWC
WC
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
20
20A
21
21A
21B
22
22A
23
Human Anatomy
3
TR
08:00am
Crosslisted with: KIN2040
ZOO 2041 (All Sections): Cross listed with KIN 2041
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
01:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
03:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
05:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
07:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
01:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
03:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
05:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
07:10pm
Prin Fish Wldlf Mgt
3
MWF
09:00am
Hum Sys Phys
4
MWF
08:00am
Crosslisted with: KIN3115
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Enrollment preference given to physiology, zoology, biology,
pharmacy or kinesiology majors. Pre-requisite of C in
biology and chemistry strictly enforced.
Laboratory
0
M
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
M
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
W
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
F
02:10pm
Prin-Animal Behav
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: ZOO5690
Writing in Biological Sciences
3
T
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: BOT4100
Students must enroll in a discussion section; contact
instructor in order to receive permission to enroll.
Students must be declared major in: Zoology, Physiology,
WFBM, or Biology.
Writing in Biological Sciences
3
W
02:10pm
Crosslisted with: BOT4100
Students must enroll in a discussion section; contact
individual instructor for permission to enroll.
Students must be declared major in: Zoology, Physiology,
WFBM, or Biology.
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
85
09:20am
CR
302
Smith
03:00pm
05:00pm
07:00pm
09:00pm
03:00pm
05:00pm
07:00pm
09:00pm
09:50am
08:50am
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
HS
CR
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
105
306
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Buskirk
Cherrington
03:40pm
06:40pm
03:40pm
09:30pm
03:40pm
06:40pm
03:40pm
06:40pm
04:40pm
10:50am
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
219
219
219
219
219
219
219
219
219
309
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Fuzessery
05:00pm
EN
1044
Cherrington
05:00pm
AG
223
Staff
Navratil
Bergman
Ben-David
Jordan
Pratt
Benkman
Flaherty
Fuzessery
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
21503*
21504*
21507*
22905*
22907*
23207*
23208*
23209*
23210*
23306*
23307*
23308*
23309*
24035*
25551*
21518
WC
WC
WC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
LWC
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4190
24
25
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
01
21519
20800
20801
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
4190
4190
4330
10
11
01
20803
20810
ZOO
ZOO
4330
4350
10
01
20811
20813
ZOO
ZOO
4350
4350
10
11
26280
ZOO
4380
01
23043
ZOO
4400
01
23060
ZOO
4670
01
23061
24873
ZOO
ZOO
4670
4735
10
01
26574
ZOO
4735
03
27058
ZOO
4735
05
21612
ZOO
4900
01
21613
ZOO
4900
02
22274
ZOO
4900
04
22934
ZOO
4900
05
23413
ZOO
4900
06
24013
24031
24104
24166
24217
24240
25808*
20818
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
4900
4900
4900
4900
4900
4900
4900
4970
07
08
09
10
11
12
14
01
21615
ZOO
4970
02
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Discussion
0
Writing in Biological Sciences
0
Comp Envir Physiol
4
MWF
Crosslisted with: ZOO5190
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
R
Ichthyology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO5330
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Ornithology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO5350
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
R
Crosslisted with: ZOO5350
Herpetology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO5380
Population Ecology
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ZOO5400
Cell Physiology
4
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO5670
Students must enroll in a laboratory section.
Laboratory
0
TR
Tp:Neurodevelopment
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ZOO5735
Adv Topics Mchnsm of Hrmn Actn 2
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO5735
Adv Topics Cell Physiology
2
F
Crosslisted with: ZOO5735
Problems:
1-8
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Students who enroll in this course w/out instructor
permission will be dropped.
Problems:
1-8
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Problems:
1-8
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Problems:
1-8
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Problems:
1-8
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Problems:
1-8
Problems:
1-8
Prb:Western Ecosystems
1-8
Prb:Microscopy
1-8
Problems:
1-8
Problems:
1-8
Problems:Ind Study
1-8
Wildlife Mgt Intern
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Students who enroll in this course w/out instructor
permission will be dropped.
Wildlife Mgt Intern
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cr Hrs Days
86
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
11:00am 11:50am
BS
Goheen
Carling
Flynn
Hall
Harlow
Krist
Martinez Del Rio
McDonald
Prather
Rahel
Skinner
Sun
Woodbury
Culver
Staff
309
Harlow
02:10pm 05:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
11:00am 11:50am
BS
BS
BS
220
220
311
Rader
Rader
Rahel
02:10pm 05:00pm
08:00am 08:50am
BS
BC
217
138
Staff
Carling
02:10pm 05:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
BC
BC
217
217
Staff
Staff
09:35am 10:50am
BS
311
Benkman
08:00am 08:50am
BC
138
McDonald
01:20pm 02:35pm
PS
237
Sun
02:45pm 06:00pm
02:10pm 03:00pm
BS
CR
218
209
Sun
Pratt
11:00am 12:15pm
HS
463
Navratil
03:00pm 05:00pm
BS
310
Sun
Dillon
Ben-David
Harlow
Skinner
Martinez Del Rio
Rahel
Hall
Ben-David
Zhang
Sun
Prather
Cherrington
Ben-David
Harlow
College of Arts and Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
21616
ZOO
4970
03
22273
ZOO
4970
04
22951
ZOO
4970
05
25634
25635
21592
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
4970
4970
4971
06
07
01
21619
ZOO
4971
02
21620
ZOO
4971
03
22938
ZOO
4971
04
24021*
24057
24869
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
4971
4971
4971
06
07
08
21593*
ZOO
4975
01
21617*
ZOO
4975
02
25522*
ZOO
4975
03
26305
ZOO
5060
01
23058
ZOO
5100
01
23059
20819
ZOO
ZOO
5100
5190
10
01
20885
20887
20820
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5190
5190
5330
10
11
01
20886
20823
ZOO
ZOO
5330
5350
10
01
20888
20889
26281
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5350
5350
5380
10
11
01
20827
ZOO
5400
01
21598
ZOO
5600
01
23062
ZOO
5670
01
23063
20830
ZOO
ZOO
5670
5690
10
01
20831
ZOO
5715
01
24876
ZOO
5735
01
27057
ZOO
5735
03
27060
ZOO
5735
05
Wildlife Mgt Intern
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Wildlife Mgt Intern
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Wildlife Mgt Intern
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Wildlife Mgt Intern
1
Wildlife Mgt Intern
1
Int:Zoology Physiology
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Students who enroll in this course w/out instructor
permission will be dropped.
Int:Zoology Physiology
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Int:Zoology Physiology
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Int:Zoology Physiology
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Internship
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Practicum Lab Inst
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Students who enroll in this course w/out instructor
permission will be dropped.
Practicum Lab Inst
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Practicum Lab Inst
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Adv Concepts in Evolution
3
TR
Crosslisted with: BOT5060 ECOL5060
Str/Fnctn Nerv System
4
MWF
Crosslisted with: NEUR5100
Students must enroll in a laboratory section.
Laboratory
0
F
Comp Envir Physiol
4
MWF
Crosslisted with: ZOO4190
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
R
Ichthyology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO4330
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Ornithology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO4350
Students must enroll in a Laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
R
Herpetology
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO4380
Population Ecology
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ZOO4400
Research:Physiology
1-16 TR
Contact department for professor/section choice
Cell Physiology
4
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO4670
Laboratory
0
TR
Adv Animal Behavior
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO3600
Sem:Neuroscience
2
M
Crosslisted with: NEUR5715
Tp:Neurodevelopment
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ZOO4735
Adv Topics Mchnsm of Hrmn Actn 2
TR
Crosslisted with: ZOO4735
Adv Topics Cell Physiology
2
F
Crosslisted with: ZOO4735
87
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
McDonald
Rahel
Buskirk
Bergman
Skinner
Woodbury
Skinner
Krist
Hall
Dillon
Rahel
Woodbury
Cherrington
Skinner
Carling
01:35pm 03:00pm
BC
227
Carling
10:00am 10:50am
BS
218
Prather
12:10pm 03:00pm
11:00am 11:50am
BS
BS
218
309
Prather
Harlow
02:10pm 05:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
11:00am 11:50am
BS
BS
BS
220
220
311
Staff
Rader
Rahel
02:10pm 05:00pm
08:00am 08:50am
BS
BC
217
138
Staff
Carling
02:10pm 05:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
09:35am 10:50am
BC
BC
BS
217
217
311
Staff
Staff
Benkman
08:00am 08:50am
BC
138
McDonald
09:35am 10:50am
Bergman
01:20pm 02:35pm
PS
237
Sun
02:45pm 06:00pm
09:35am 10:50am
BS
BS
218
309
Sun
Fuzessery
05:00pm 07:00pm
CR
209
Fox
02:10pm 03:00pm
CR
209
Pratt
11:00am 12:15pm
HS
463
Navratil
03:00pm 05:00pm
BS
310
Sun
College of Arts and Sciences
Course #
Sec
21600
CRN
USP 03
ZOO
5750
01
25686
25781
25809
22519
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5750
5750
5750
5820
26307
ZOO
5840
20835*
20836*
21618*
23924
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5890
5890
5890
5890
25573
25637*
ZOO
ZOO
5890
5890
26306
22213
ZOO
ZOO
5890
5900
22215
ZOO
5900
22216
ZOO
5900
22230
ZOO
5900
25660
25661
25662
25735
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5900
5900
5900
5900
21605
ZOO
5920
21607
ZOO
5940
21608
22915
22919
25632
25733
25835
21609
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5940
5940
5940
5940
5940
5940
5960
21610
21611
21624
21626
21628
21630
21632
21634
22876
23358
23359
24093
24181
24870
25734
25770
25812
25839
21621
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5980
21623
21622
21627
21629
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
5980
5980
5980
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Research: Ecology
1-16
Contact department for professor/section choice
05
Research: Ecology
1-16
06
Research: Ecology
1-16
07
Research: Ecology
1-16
01
Research: Vert Fauna
1-16
Contact department for professor/section choice
01
Adv Fisheries Mgt
3
T
09:35am 10:50am
R
09:35am 10:50am
01
Sem:Brown Bag
1
M
12:00pm 01:00pm
02
Sem:Neuro Phys Club
1
R
12:00pm 01:00pm
03
Sem:Dept
1-4
R
04:10pm 05:00pm
05
Sem:Ecol Impacts Climate Chng 1
W
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: ECOL5350
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
06
Sem:Applied Spatial Modeling
1-4
07
Sem:Adv in Physiological Ecol
1-4
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
08
Seminal Topics in Ecol
1-4
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Contact department for professor/section choice
03
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
04
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
05
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
06
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
07
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
08
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
09
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
Contact department for professor/section choice
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
Contact department for professor/section choice
02
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
03
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
04
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
05
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
06
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
07
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
Contact department for professor/section choice
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
05
Thesis Research
1-12
06
Thesis Research
1-12
07
Thesis Research
1-12
08
Thesis Research
1-12
09
Thesis Research
1-12
11
Thesis Research
1-12
13
Thesis Research
1-12
14
Thesis Research
1-12
15
Thesis Research
1-12
16
Thesis Research
1-12
17
Thesis Research
1-12
18
Thesis Research
1-12
19
Thesis Research
1-12
20
Thesis Research
1-12
21
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
Contact department for professor’s section.
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
05
Dissertation Research
1-12
06
Dissertation Research
1-12
88
Bldg Room Instructor
Chalfoun
Lovvorn
Doak
Krist
Staff
BU
EN
PS
PS
CR
AN
222
2106
231
231
144
220
Walters
Kauffman
Staff
Fuzessery
Walters
Albeke
Dillon
Chalfoun
Staff
Benkman
Gorski
Staff
Cherrington
Flaherty
Jordan
Krist
Staff
George
Benkman
Buskirk
Sun
Ben-David
Kauffman
Benkman
Zhang
Ben-David
Benkman
Buskirk
Chalfoun
Kauffman
Martinez Del Rio
Krist
Rahel
Bergman
Harlow
Hubert
Fuzessery
Carling
Dillon
Walters
McDonald
Skinner
Hall
Lovvorn
Hall
Ben-David
Benkman
Rahel
College of Business
CRN
USP 03
21631
21633
21635
21637
21672
22102
23360
24156
24178
24182
25636
Course #
Sec
Course Title
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
ZOO
07
08
09
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
Cr Hrs Days
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
1-12
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Martinez Del Rio
Buskirk
Harlow
Zhang
Doak
Ren
Staff
Goheen
Skinner
Carling
Dillon
Accounting 766-3136
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Junior standing is required for courses at 3000-level or above and must have advanced business standing. COB strictly enforces UW Catalog prerequisites. Consult the current UW Catalog for prerequisites before attempting to enroll in COB courses. In ACCT 1020, as well as periodically other accounting courses, exams are scheduled at times outside the regular class meeting time. Consult with instructors regarding scheduled exam times.
20144
20145
20146
20066
20147
20148
20149
20150
21581
21583
21584
21585
22735
22355
22356
22357
21586
ACCT 1010 (All Sections): Enrollment priorities/dates: 1) College of Business majors/minors through November 20;
2) majors/minors that require ACCT 1010 beginning November 21; 3) others on a space available basis beginning December 14.
Minors MUST contact department prior to registering.
Department website, http://www.uwyo.edu/accounting
I
ACCT 1010 01
Principles of Accounting I
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am BU
110
Benson
I
ACCT 1010 02
Principles of Accounting I
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am BU
110
Benson
I
ACCT 1010 03
Principles of Accounting I
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am BU
110
Benson
I
ACCT 1010 04
Principles of Accounting I
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
23
Beracha
ACCT 1020 (All Sections): Reserve Tuesdays 5-7 pm for exams (exception to final exam). Prerequisite: ACCT 1010
ACCT 1020 01
Principles of Accounting II
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm BU
111
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
L
ACCT 1020 02
Principles of Accounting II
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
210
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
L
ACCT 1020 03
Principles of Accounting II
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm BU
110
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
L
ACCT 1020 04
Principles of Accounting II
3
MWF
02:10pm 03:00pm BU
210
T
05:10pm 06:50pm
ACCT 2110 01
Managerial Accounting
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm BU
121
ACCT 2110: Reserved for non-accounting majors;
Prerequisites: ACCT 1010 & 1020 (or equivalents).
ACCT 2230 01
Int Acct I
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am BU
121
Prerequisites: ACCT 1010 & 1020, MATH 1400, min. grade C
in each.
ACCT 2240 01
Cost Acct I
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm BU
121
Prerequisites: ACCT 1010 & 1020, MATH 1400, min. grade C
in each.
ACCT 3070 01
Tax I
3
T
03:10pm 06:00pm BU
127
Prerequisites: ACCT 2240 & 2230 (or equivalents), min. grade
C in each, Advanced Business Standing.
ACCT 3100 01
Financial Statement Analysis
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am BU
111
ACCT 3100: Reserved for non-accounting majors.
Prerequisites: FIN 3250 (or equivalent), min. grade C,
Advanced Business Standing
ACCT 3430 01
Int Acct II
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
110
Prerequisites: ACCT 2230, min. grade C, Advanced
Business Standing.
ACCT 3610 01
Acct Info Sys I
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am BU
108
Prerequisites: ACCT 2240 & 3430 (or equivalents),
min. grade C in each, Advanced Business Standing.
ACCT 3830 01
Intermediate Accounting III
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am BU
111
Prerequisites: ACCT 3430, min. grade C, Advanced Business
Standing.
ACCT 4050 01
Gov’t and Non-profit Acct
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am BU
108
Prerequisites: ACCT 3830 & 3610 (or equivalents), min. grade
C in each, Advanced Business Standing.
L
89
Sims
Kidwell
Doherty
Staff
Sims
Walker
Benson
Fleischman
Staff
Ainsworth
Benson
Staff
Doherty
College of Business
CRN
USP 03
21587
21824
21588
WC
20067*
21589*
21590*
20152
20153
26434
20068*
21591*
20069*
20070*
20071*
20072*
20073*
Course #
Sec
ACCT
01
4060
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Auditing I
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm BU
Prerequisites: ACCT 3070, 3830 & 3610 (or equivalents),
min. grade C in each, Advanced Business Standing.
ACCT 4540 01
Cost Acct II
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am BU
Prerequisites: ACCT 2240, min grade C.
ACCT 4600 01
Professionalism & Ethics
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am BU
Prerequisites: ACCT 3070 and 3610 (or equivalents), min.
grade C in each or concurrent enrollment in ACCT 3830, 4060,
and 4050, Advanced Business Standing.
ACCT 4900 (All Sections): Written permission of instructor via COB/AAO form; contact department.
Prerequisites: 6 hours in Accounting; Advanced BusinessStanding; Junior Standing.
ACCT 4900 01
Problems in Acct
1-4
ACCT 4900 02
Problems in Acct
1-4
ACCT 4900 03
Problems in Acct
1-4
ACCT 5030 01
Advanced Financial Accounting 3
MW
07:35am 08:50am BU
ACCT 5060 01
Auditing II
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm BU
ACCT 5065 01
Fraud Examination
3
TR
04:10pm 05:25pm BU
ACCT 5850 (All Sections): Written permission of instructor via COB/AAO form; Contact department
ACCT 5850 01
Adv Prob: Accounting
1-8
ACCT 5850 02
Adv Prob: Accounting
1-8
The following 5900-level course is Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
ACCT 5900 01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
ACCT 5920 01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
ACCT 5940 01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
ACCT 5960 01
Thesis Research
1-12
ACCT 5990 01
Internship
1-12
110
Johnson
110
Ainsworth
110
Kidwell
210
259
110
Staff
Staff
Staff
Walker
Kidwell
Johnson
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Business 766-3124
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23657
G
BUSN
2000
01
21580*
BUSN
4900
01
26449
BUSN
4910
01
Intro to Intl Bus
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
Crosslisted with: INST2000
Prerequisites: ECON 1010
Probs:Intl Bus
1-4
Prerequisites: Junior class standing and written consent of
instructor.
Global Business Ethics
3
MW
03:10pm 04:25pm
BU
127
Rittenburg
Rittenburg
BU
21
Rittenburg
Decision Science 766-3124
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26374
DSCI
20387
20385
20384
20382
4260
40
Project Mgmt
3
Registration is open to Outreach BSAD majors only through
Dec 9. All other eligible students can register Dec 10 at 9
am with the exception of students who plan to pursue our
Online BSAD Degree Program. A block will be put on all
online undergraduate business courses on Dec 17. For info
about applying to the Online BSAD Program please visit our
website: www.uwyo.edu/mgtmkt/undergraduate-programs/online
-business-administration.html.
DSCI 3210 (All Sections): Prerequisites: IMGT 2400, MATH 2355, STAT 2010 (or equivalents),
Junior class standing, Advanced Business Standing.
DSCI 3210 01
Prod Oper Mgt
3
MW
03:10pm 04:25pm BU
DSCI 3210 02
Prod Oper Mgt
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
DSCI 4240 (All Sections): Prerequisites: STAT 2010, IMGT 2400 (or equivalents), DSCI 3210,
Junior class standing, Advanced Standing.
DSCI 4240 01
Computer Appl Dsci
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
DSCI 4240 02
Computer Appl Dsci
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm BU
90
Asay
121
121
Brewer
Asay
108
108
Arnette
Arnette
College of Business
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
23896
DSCI
4260
01
20379*
DSCI
4900
01
Project Mgmt
3
MW
05:10pm 06:40pm
Prerequisites: DSCI 3210 and Advanced Business Standing;
EN/SER majors: ES 1060 and Junior class standing.
Probs:Decision Sci
1-4
Prerequisites: DSCI 3210, Senior class standing, Advanced
Business Standing, and written consent of instructor.
Bldg Room Instructor
BU
208
Asay
Staff
Economics 766-2178
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice
Online UW Courses:
26375
ECON 4030
40
21217
21218
26435
21508
CS
CS
CS
CS
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
1010
1010
1010
1010
01
02
03
04
21220
21221
26436
21219
21222
23303
CS
CS
CS
CS
V
CSG
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
1020
1020
1020
1020
1200
1300
01
02
03
04
01
01
26437
21223
GWB
ECON 2400
ECON 3010
01
01
26438
ECON 3010
02
21224
ECON 3020
01
24583
ECON 3020
02
21225*
ECON 4000
01
22755
ECON 4230
01
ECON 4240
01
24585
ECON 4350
01
22754
ECON 4360
02
24584
ECON 4400
01
21643
WC
Managerial Economics
3
Registration is open to Outreach BSAD majors only through
Dec 9. All other eligible students can register Dec 10 at 9
am with the exception of students who plan to pursue our
Online BSAD Degree Program. A block will be put on all
online undergraduate business courses on Dec 17. For info
about applying to the Online BSAD Program please visit our
website: www.uwyo.edu/mgtmkt/undergraduate-programs/online
-business-administration.html.
ECON 1010 (All Sections): Cross listed with AGEC 1010
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
TR
11:00am
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
MWF
09:00am
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
MWF
02:10pm
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
TR
01:20pm
ECON 1020 (All Sections): Crosslisted with: AGEC1020
Principles of Microeconomics
3
MWF
11:00am
Principles of Microeconomics
3
TR
09:35am
Principles of Microeconomics
3
TR
08:10am
Principles of Microeconomics
3
TR
01:20pm
Econ Law & Govt
3
TR
02:45pm
Oil:Business, Culture, Power
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: ERS1300
Economics of Environment
3
TR
09:35am
Inter Macroecon
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisites: ECON 1010, 1020, MATH 2200 or 2350.
Sophomore class standing.
Inter Macroecon
3
TR
09:35am
Prerequisites: ECON 1010, ECON 1020, MATH 2200 or 2350.
Sophomore class standing.
Inter Microecon
3
MWF
01:10pm
Prerequisites: ECON 1010, 1020, MATH 2200 or 2350.
Sophomore class standing.
Inter Microecon
3
TR
02:45pm
Prerequisites: ECON 1010, 1020, MATH 2200 or 2350.
Sophomore class standing.
Conf:Econ Research
1-4
Prerequisites: ECON 3010, 3020
Inter Econometric Theory
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: AGEC4230 AGEC5230
Prerequisites: ECON 3020, STAT 2050, MATH 2350 and
Junior class standing.
History of Economic Thought
3
MWF
01:10pm
Prerequisites: ECON 3010 and 3020. This is the Econ
capstone course for the Econ program.
Game Theory
3
TR
11:00am
Prerequisites: ECON 3010, 3020 and Junior class standing.
Sem:Energy Economics
3
TR
08:10am
Prerequisites: ECON 3010 and 3020 and Junior class standing.
Environmental Econ
3
TR
11:00am
Prerequisites: ECON 3020 and Junior class standing.
91
Huang
12:15pm
09:50am
03:00pm
02:35pm
BU
BU
BU
EN
AUD
121
AUD
3070
Naschold
Staff
Thunstrom
Bradley
11:50am
10:50am
09:25am
02:35pm
04:00pm
02:35pm
BU
BU
CR
AG
BU
BU
127
AUD
310
41
AUD
AUD
Feferholtz
Gilbert
Naschold
Menkhaus
Van ‘t Veld
Considine
10:50am
02:35pm
BU
BU
209
209
Barbier
Godby
10:50am
BU
208
Aadland
02:00pm
BU
209
Sapci
04:00pm
BU
209
Gilbert
Shogren
10:50am
AG
229
Andersen
02:00pm
BU
208
Finnoff
12:15pm
BU
10
Janus
09:25am
BU
209
Godby
12:15pm
BU
208
Oliver
College of Business
Course #
Sec
23086
CRN
USP 03
ECON 4420
01
24586*
ECON 4720
21227*
21644*
22818*
22414*
22753*
26442
26443*
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
5120
5130
5360
5370
5400
5650
5830
21228
21229
21230
21231
24209
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
ECON
5920
5940
5960
5980
5990
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Sem:Econ of Nat Res Scarcity
3
W
06:00pm 09:00pm
Crosslisted with: ENR4890 ENR5890
Prerequisites: QB, Senior class standing.
01
Internat’l Trade
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Prerequisites: ECON 3020 and Junior class standing.
01
Adv Analy II-Micro
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Dynamic Optimiz
3
MW
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Adv Econ Theory II
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
02
Sem:College Teaching
3
01
Adv Res & Env Econ
3
MW
03:10pm 04:25pm
01
Financial Economics II
3
MW
08:00am 09:35am
01
Empirical Ind Org
3
MW
11:00am 12:15pm
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
BU
210
Tschirhart
BU
208
Janus
BU
BU
BU
209
208
208
BU
BU
BU
221
221
221
Van ‘t Veld
Finnoff
Aadland
Finnoff
Shogren
Shaffer
Shaffer
Aadland
Aadland
Aadland
Aadland
Aadland
Finance 766-2178
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26398
FIN
3250
40
26399
FIN
3520
40
21494
FIN
3250
01
23626
FIN
3310
01
26444
FIN
3310
02
23628
FIN
3520
01
22009*
FIN
4100
01
26447
FIN
4250
01
Corporate Finance
3
Registration is open to Outreach BSAD majors only through
Dec 9. All other eligible students can register Dec 10 at 9
am with the exception of students who plan to pursue our
Online BSAD Degree Program. A block will be put on all
online undergraduate business courses on Dec 17. For info
about applying to the Online BSAD Program please visit our
website: www.uwyo.edu/mgtmkt/undergraduate-programs/online
-business-administration.html.
Financial Mkts & Institutions
3
Registration is open to Outreach BSAD majors only through
Dec 9. All other eligible students can register Dec 10 at 9
am with the exception of students who plan to pursue our
Online BSAD Degree Program. A block will be put on all
online undergraduate business courses on Dec 17. For info
about applying to the Online BSAD Program please visit our
website: www.uwyo.edu/mgtmkt/undergraduate-programs/online
-business-administration.html.
Managerial Finance
3
TR
09:35am
Prerequisites: ACCT 1010, STAT 2010 or equivalents and
Junior class standing.
Investment Management
3
TR
11:00am
Finance major/minor only
Prerequisites: FIN 3250, Advanced Business Standing and
Junior class standing.
Investment Management
3
MWF
09:00am
Finance majors/minors only
Prerequisites: FIN 3250, Advanced Business Standing
Financial Mkts & Institutions
3
MWF
10:00am
Prerequisites: FIN 3250, STAT 2010 or 2050/2070,
IMGT 2400, Advanced Business Standing and Junior
class standing.
Internship: Finance
1-4
Prerequisites: FIN 3250, Advanced Business Standing, and
consent of instructor. May not be used as a substitute for
a FIN or ECON elective.
Adv Corporate Finance
3
TR
02:45pm
Prerequisites: FIN 3250 and FIN 3310
92
Robinson
Robinson
10:50am
BU
127
Gogineni
12:15pm
BU
9
Beracha
09:50am
BU
208
Choi
10:50am
BU
121
Beracha
Farkas
04:00pm
BU
210
Gogineni
College of Business
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
24592*
FIN
4350
01
24593*
FIN
4350
02
23089
FIN
4400
01
26446
FIN
4410
01
22511
FIN
4560
01
26448
FIN
4810
01
24233
21497*
23090*
FIN
FIN
FIN
4900
5310
5400
01
01
01
21498
21499*
21646
FIN
FIN
FIN
5520
5890
5920
01
01
01
21647
FIN
5940
01
21648
FIN
5960
01
24595
FIN
5990
01
Portfolio Management II
3
TR
11:00am
Prerequisites: FIN 3310, Junior Class Standing, Advanced
Business Standing and written consent of instructor.
Visit website for registration:
https://survey.uwyo.edu/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=II0J856K
Portfolio Management II
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisites: FIN 3310, Junior Class Standing, Advanced
Business Standing and written consent of instructor.
Visit website for registration:
https://survey.uwyo.edu/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=II0J856K
Empirical Finance
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: FIN5400
Prerequisites: FIN 3250, FIN 3310, IMGT 2400,
Advanced Business Standing and Junior class standing.
Behavioral Finance
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisites: FIN 3310
Entrepreneurial Finance
3
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: MGT4560
Prerequisites: ACCT 1010, FIN 3250, MGT 3210 and Junior
class standing.
RE Investment
3
TR
09:35am
Prerequisites: FIN 4800
Problems:Finance
1-4
Invest Mgt & Analysis
3
TR
08:10am
Empirical Finance
3
TR
11:00am
Crosslisted with: FIN4400
Sem:Finance Theory
3
TR
02:45pm
Adv Probs:Finance
1-9
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Internship
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
12:15pm
BU
109
Fleming
02:35pm
BU
109
Fleming
12:15pm
BU
127
Sterbenz
02:35pm
BU
127
Skiba
02:00pm
BU
10
Beracha
10:50am
BU
121
Beracha
09:25am
12:15pm
BU
BU
259
127
Staff
Skiba
Sterbenz
04:00pm
BU
221
Sterbenz
Aadland
Aadland
Aadland
Aadland
Aadland
Information Management 766-3136
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20527
20528
20529
22359
22360
23302
IMGT
IMGT
IMGT
IMGT
IMGT
IMGT
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
4455
01
02
03
04
05
01
24196*
IMGT
4990
01
Intro to Info Mgmt
3
MWF
Intro to Info Mgmt
3
MWF
Intro to Info Mgmt
3
MWF
Intro to Info Mgmt
3
MWF
Intro to Info Mgmt
3
TR
Systems Analysis and Design
3
TR
Crosslisted with: MGT4455
Written permission of instructor via COB/AAO form;
Contact department.
Prerequisite: IMGT 2400 and Junior class standing.
Contemp Tpcs in Info Mgt
1-3
Written permission of instructor via COB/AAO form;
Contact department
09:00am
01:10pm
02:10pm
10:00am
08:10am
01:20pm
09:50am
02:00pm
03:00pm
10:50am
09:25am
02:35pm
BU
BU
BU
BU
BU
BU
108
108
108
108
108
108
Stalnaker
Stalnaker
Stalnaker
Stalnaker
Doherty
Doherty
Staff
Master of Business Administration 766-2449
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Anne Miller (766-2449) College of Business 179W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
26460
26464
26462
26458
MBAM
MBAM
MBAM
MBAM
5102
5203
5204
5206
01
01
01
01
MBA Operations Management
Entrepreneurial Management
Financial Mgmt
Professional Development II
93
3
3
3
0
MW
TR
TR
M
10:00am
02:20pm
08:00am
08:45am
11:30am
03:50pm
09:30am
09:45am
BU
BU
BU
BU
21
21
109
259
Brewer
Kidwell
Fleming
Farkas
College of Business
CRN
USP 03
26463
26461
26459
Course #
Sec
Course Title
MBAM 5207
MBAM 5208
MBAM 5309
01
01
01
Marketing Management
MBA Managerial Accounting
MBA Managerial Economics
Cr Hrs Days
3
3
2
TR
MW
W
Times
12:40pm 02:10pm
01:30pm 03:00pm
08:00am 09:00am
Bldg Room Instructor
BU
BU
BU
21
21
10
Rosa
Walker
Alexander
Executive Master of Business Administration
Online UW Courses:
26414
26415
26974
26973
26416
MBAX
MBAX
MBAX
MBAX
MBAX
5151
5235
5330
5331
5510
40
40
40
40
40
New Ventures
Market Anlys & Strat
Global Business Environ
Intl Bus Practice
Financial Management
3
3
1.5
1.5
3
Kidwell
Rosa
Staff
Staff
Choi
Management 766-3124
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
Registration is open to Outreach BSAD majors only through Dec 9. All other eligible students can register Dec 10 at 9
am with the exception of students who plan to pursue our Online BSAD Degree Program. A block will be put on all
online undergraduate business courses on Dec 17. For info about applying to the Online BSAD Program please visit our
website: www.uwyo.edu/mgtmkt/undergraduate-programs/online-business-administration.html.
26417
26418
26419
26421
26422
MGT
MGT
MGT
MGT
MGT
3110
4410
4420
4800
4910
40
40
40
40
40
Business Ethics
Human Resource Mgmt
Org Behavior & Leadership
Business Strategy & Policy
Topics Mgt: Empl Law
23112
23113
23125*
MGT
MGT
MGT
1040
1040
2600
01
02
01
23114
MGT
3110
01
26452
MGT
3110
02
21001
MGT
3210
01
21002
MGT
3210
02
23115
MGT
4340
01
23116
MGT
4350
01
21003
MGT
4410
01
21004
MGT
4410
02
21005
MGT
4420
01
23117
MGT
4440
01
Legal Environment of Business 3
MF
12:45pm
Legal Environment of Business 3
W
06:00pm
Internship in Business
1-4
Prerequisites: College of Business majors only and
consent of instructor. For information, visit College of
Business Room 181W.
Business Ethics
3
MW
11:00am
Prerequisites: Sophomore class standing.
Business Ethics
3
MW
03:10pm
Prerequisities: Sophomore class standing.
Mgt & Organization
3
TR
08:10am
Prerequisites: Junior class standing.
Mgt & Organization
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisites: Junior class standing.
Law for Managers
3
TR
11:00am
Prerequisites: MGT 1040 or equivalent and Junior class
standing.
Commercial Law
3
TR
01:20pm
Reserved for non-management majors and minors.
Prerequisites: MGT 1040 or equivalent and Junior class
standing.
Human Resource Mgmt
3
TR
08:10am
Prerequisites: MGT 3210, Junior class standing,
Advanced Business Standing.
Human Resource Mgmt
3
TR
09:35am
Prerequisites: MGT 3210, Junior class standing,
Advanced Business Standing.
Org Behavior & Leadership
3
TR
08:10am
Prerequisites: MGT 3210, Junior class standing;
Advanced Business Standing
Mng Innovation & Prob Solving
3
M
03:10pm
Prerequisites: MGT 3210, Junior class standing,
Advanced Business Standing
94
3
3
3
3
3
Rittenburg
Varca
Varca
Allen
Lukasik
02:00pm
08:45pm
BU
BU
AUD
127
Kricken
Kricken
Farkas
12:15pm
BU
129
McGinity
04:25pm
BU
129
McGinity
09:25am
BU
AUD
Lindstrom
02:35pm
BU
129
Lindstrom
12:15pm
BU
211
Sprague
02:35pm
BU
10
Sprague
09:25am
BU
211
Cooper
10:50am
BU
210
Harvey
09:25am
BU
210
Harvey
05:40pm
BU
210
Varca
College of Business
CRN
23118
USP 03
Course #
Sec
MGT
01
4445
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Management Risk & Knowledge 3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm BU
211
Lindstrom
Prerequisites: MGT 3210, Junior class standing;
Advanced Business Standing
23133
MGT
4455 01
Systems Analysis and Design
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm BU
108
Doherty
Crosslisted with: IMGT4455
Prerequisites: IMGT 2400 and Junior class standing.
26455
MGT
4465 01
Managerial Tools
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am BU
211
Cooper
Prerequisites: MGT 3210, Junior class standing, Advanced
Business Standing.
23119
MGT
4510 01
New Entrepreneurial Venture
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am BU
10
Kidwell
Prerequisites: ACCT 1010, MGT 3210, Junior class
standing.
23120
MGT
4560 01
Entrepreneurial Acctg & Fin
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm BU
10
Beracha
Crosslisted with: FIN4560
Prerequisites: ACCT 1010, FIN 3250, MGT 3210; Junior
class standing.
23126*
MGT
4600 01
Advanced Internship:Business
1-4
Farkas
Prerequisites: FIN 3250, MGT 3210, MKT 3210, ACCT 1020,
Advanced Business Standing and written consent of instructor
For information, visit College of Business 181W.
MGT 4800 (All Sections): Prerequisites; ACCT 1010 & 1020, MGT 1040, DSCI 3210, FIN 3250, MGT 3210, MKT 3210, STAT 2010 (or equivalent),
Senior class standing; Advanced Business Standing. To be taken graduating semester of Senior year.
23121
MGT
4800 01
Business Strategy & Policy
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm BU
111
Stevens
23122
MGT
4800 02
Business Strategy & Policy
3
M
03:10pm 05:40pm BU
110
Lindstrom
23123
MGT
4800 03
Business Strategy & Policy
3
MW
11:00am 12:15pm BU
111
Myrowitz
23124
MGT
4800 04
Business Strategy & Policy
3
W
01:10pm 05:40pm BU
111
Myrowitz
23671
MGT
4800 05
Business Strategy & Policy
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm BU
10
Stevens
21006*
MGT
4900 01
Probs in Mgt
1-4
McGinity
Prerequisites: Senior class standing, written consent of
instructor, Advanced Business Standing.
23330
MGT
4900 02
Prb:Career Pln/Plcm
1
W
09:00am 09:50am BU
222
Chytka
Prerequisites: Junior class standing
23127*
MGT
5600 01
Graduate Internship Business
1-4
Farkas
For information, visit College of Business Room 181W
Marketing 766-3124
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: College of Business Academic Advising Office (766-2063) College of Business 175W.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21010
MKT
3210
01
21011
MKT
3210
02
26450
MKT
3210
03
21012
MKT
4210
01
21013
MKT
4230
01
21014
MKT
4240
01
21015
MKT
4430
01
21206
MKT
4450
01
21207
MKT
4520
01
Intro to Marketing
3
MWF
09:00am
Prerequisites: Junior class standing.
Intro to Marketing
3
MWF
10:00am
Prerequisites: Junior class standing.
Intro to Marketing
3
MWF
11:00am
Prerequisites: Junior class standing.
Sales Mgt & Professnal Selling
3
W
07:00pm
Prerequisites: MKT 3210, Advanced Business Standing and
Junior class standing.
Integrated Marketing Comm
3
W
03:10pm
Prerequisites: MKT 3210, Advanced Business Standing and
Junior class standing.
Consumer Behavior
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisites: MKT 3210, STAT 2010 (or equivalent),
Junior class standing, Advanced Business Standing.
Marketing Mgt
3
TR
02:45pm
Reserved for non-marketing majors and minors.
Prerequisites: MGT 3210, MKT 3210, STAT 2010 or
equivalent, Junior class standing.
Adv Marketing Mgt
3
TR
11:00am
Prerequisites: MKT 4240, MKT 4520, Advanced
Business Standing, to be taken in senior year.
Mkt Research & Analysis
3
T
04:10pm
Prerequisites: MKT 3210, STAT 2010 (or equivalent),
Junior class standing, Advanced Business Standing.
95
09:50am
BU
129
Drummond
10:50am
BU
129
Drummond
11:50am
BU
209
Staff
09:50pm
BU
110
Dorrell
05:40pm
BU
127
Oneto
02:35pm
BU
121
Baker
04:00pm
BU
129
Hunt
12:15pm
CR
137
Hunt
06:00pm
BU
121
Oneto
College of Education
Course #
Sec
Course Title
21208
CRN
USP 03
MKT
4540
01
24714
MKT
4600
02
21209*
MKT
4900
01
24607*
26451*
MKT
MKT
5890
5890
01
02
International Marketing
3
TR
01:20pm
Crosslisted with: INST4540
Prerequisites: MKT 3210, Junior class standing.
Campus Sustainability
3
TR
01:20pm
Prerequisites: Junior class standing and advanced business
standing.
Problems: Marketing
1-4
F
02:10pm
Prerequisites: Advanced MKT courses as appropriate,
Advanced Business Standing, and written consent of
instructor.
Prb: Mktg Policy and Soc. Chan 3
T
02:45pm
Prb: Behavioral Theory 1
1-8
R
02:45pm
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
02:35pm
BU
210
Peterson
02:35pm
BU
211
Tian
03:00pm
BU
111
Drummond
05:35pm
05:35pm
BU
BU
259
259
Baker
Tian
Department of Professional Studies 766-2366
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Mary Alice Bruce (766-2366) 332 Education Building.
Please see additional course offerings in the back of this schedule for teleconference, compressed video, and other distance delivery options.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
24463
PRST
5880
24464
PRST
5890
24466
24827
24467
24468
24469
PRST
PRST
PRST
PRST
PRST
5920
5940
5960
5980
5990
01
Special Problems
1-9
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Directed Professional Study
1-9
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg:On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
Bruce
Bruce
Bruce
Bruce
Bruce
Bruce
Bruce
Adult and Post-Secondary Education
Online UW Courses:
26735*
ADED
5090
40
26737
26738
26739
26740
26741
5240
5260
5510
5710
5890
40
40
40
40
40
ADED
ADED
ADED
ADED
ADED
Masters Capstone
Crosslisted with: ITEC5090
Teaching Adults
Iss Race/Clss/Gndr
Adult Ed Mvmt USA
Intnl & Compar Ed
Seminar
4
Shepherd
3
3
3
3
3
Sun
Aagard
Aagard
Sun
Sun
Instructional Technology
Online UW Courses:
26758
ITEC
26759
ITEC
26736*
ITEC
5010
5070
5090
40
40
40
26760
26761
ITEC
ITEC
5510
5760
ITEC
ITEC
ITEC
ITEC
ITEC
2360
2360
2360
2360
2360
20532
20533
20534
20535
20536
L
L
L
L
L
3
3
4
Bolliger
Harbour
Shepherd
40
40
Instr Technology
Trends: Ethic Legal Soc Issues
Masters Capstone
Crosslisted with: ADED5090
Instr Telecommunications
Instr Design Appl
3
3
Bolliger
Shepherd
01
02
03
04
05
Tchng with Tech
Tchng with Tech
Tchng with Tech
Tchng with Tech
Tchng with Tech
3
3
3
3
3
TR
MW
MW
TR
T
08:10am
09:00am
03:10pm
02:45pm
04:10pm
09:25am
10:15am
04:25pm
04:00pm
07:00pm
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
4
4
4
4
4
Sorensen
Shepherd
Aagard
Des Armier
Des Armier
Counselor Education
Online UW Courses:
26747
CNSL
4520
40
26748
CNSL
5520
40
224930
24470
22489
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
2800
3010
3010
01
01
02
Fundamentals of CNSL
Crosslisted with: CNSL5520
Fundamentals of CNSL
Crosslisted with: CNSL4520
3
Hindman
3
Hindman
Sem:Fund of Alt Break Ldship
Student Leadership Strategies
Student Leadership Strategies
1
2
2
96
R
M
01:20pm 03:30pm
01:10pm 03:20pm
ED
EA
47
308
Olsen
Mack
Staff
College of Education
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
20174
CNSL
4520
01
21658
22745
23639
26223
26224
20182
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
5120
5130
5140
5150
5150
5320
01
01
01
01
02
01
20183
CNSL
5320
02
24471
20187
CNSL
CNSL
5350
5520
01
01
20188
CNSL
5580
01
24472
21671
20189
20191
20193
27078
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
CNSL
5580
5610
5860
5875
5880
5990
02
01
01
01
01
01
Fundamentals of CNSL
3
Crosslisted with: CNSL5520
School Counseling
3
Mental Health Counseling
3
Counseling & Addictions
3
Org Leadership & Consult
3
Org Leadership & Consult
3
Practicum
3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Practicum
3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Multicultural Counseling
3
Fundamentals of CNSL
3
Crosslisted with: CNSL4520
Supervised Internship
1-6
Course meets Jan 21, March 3, April 28
Supervised Internship
1-6
Adv Prac Grp & Fam
3
Doct Pract Cnsl
3
Doc Prac Sup
3
Prb:Doc Sem Res Assess Scholar 1-9
Internship
1-12
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
R
01:20pm 04:00pm
EA
215
Hindman
M
M
T
T
T
T
09:00am
09:00am
09:35am
01:20pm
01:20pm
01:20pm
11:50am
11:50am
12:25pm
04:10pm
04:10pm
04:00pm
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
ED
215
211
215
314
215
44
Bruce
Warren
Warren
Mack
Becker
Morgan
T
01:20pm 04:00pm
ED
44
M
R
01:10pm 04:00pm
01:20pm 04:00pm
EA
EA
215
215
M
08:00am 11:50am
ED
44
M
W
M
M
W
08:00am
09:00am
09:00am
01:10pm
01:10pm
ED
EA
ED
ED
EA
44
215
45
44
215
11:50am
11:50am
11:50am
04:00pm
04:00pm
Holt
Morris
Hindman
Holt
Morris
Becker
Morgan
Warren
Morris
Becker
Educational Leadership
Online UW Courses:
26749
EDAD
26723
EDAD
5030
5580
40
40
26710
EDAD
5580
41
26750
EDAD
5720
26637
EDAD
5060
40
Lead Comm Pers Dev
Supv Intrn Ed Admin
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Supv Intrn Ed Admin
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Ed Ldr Change Agnt
3
1-8
Staff
Range
1-8
Hvidston
3
01
Capstone in Ed Ldr
3
Duncan
F
06:00pm 09:00pm
S
09:00am 04:00pm
S
09:00am 04:00pm
Course meets Sat. Jan 19, Fri Apr. 5, and Sat. Apr 6
EA
EA
EA
225
225
225
Duncan
Educational Research
Online UW Courses:
26754
EDRE
26755
EDRE
26756
EDRE
5530
5600
5660
40
40
40
Intro to Research
Ed Res 1: Descrip
Diss Prospectus Writing
3
3
3
21216
27079
23608
25426
20377
5530
5580
5610
5870
4975
01
01
01
01
01
Intro to Research
Internship
Ed Res 2: Grp Cmp
Sem:Mixed Methods
Independent Study
3
1
3
3
1-3
EDRE
EDRE
EDRE
EDRE
EDSE
Weatherford
Weatherford
Haines
W
06:00pm 08:50pm
ED
4
M
W
04:10pm 07:00pm
04:10pm 07:00pm
EA
EA
229
229
Weatherford
Young
Weatherford
Haines
Rush
Special Education
Online UW Courses:
26751
EDEX
26752
EDEX
26753
EDEX
5120
5200
5720
40
40
40
Sped ACA Instr Gen
Practicum II
Special Education Law
3
3
3
21642
22743
21641
2484
2484
2484
01
02
03
Intro to Spec Education
Intro to Spec Education
Intro to Spec Education
3
3
3
EDEX
EDEX
EDEX
97
Cowie
Yocom
Cowie
W
T
TR
04:10pm 07:00pm
04:10pm 07:00pm
11:00am 12:15pm
EA
EA
EA
225
225
225
Cowie
Stellern
Cowie
College of Education
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Department of Educational Studies 766-3130
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Student Advising Manager Todd Krieger (766-2230) 100 McWhinnie Hall.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26757
EDST
3550
40
26218
20380
20381
20383
20386*
2450
2450
2450
2450
2475
01
02
03
04
01
CS
CS
CS
CS
EDST
EDST
EDST
EDST
EDST
Educational Assessment
2
Cho
Humn/Lifespan Dvlp
3
MWF
03:10pm 04:00pm EA
225
Staff
Humn/Lifespan Dvlp
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am EA
225
Yocom
Humn/Lifespan Dvlp
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm EA
225
Shim
Humn/Lifespan Dvlp
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm EA
225
Staff
Independent Study
1-6
Rush
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
EDST 2480 (All Sections): Practicum Site: TBA
All students enrolling into EDST 2480 must have an approved background check on file with the
Office of Teacher Education, McWhinnie Hall 100, (http://www.uwyo.edu/ted/background-checks/index.html).
Students will not be able to even register for a waitlist without having completed a background check.
21684
D
EDST 2480 01
Div & Politics of School
4
MW
09:00am 10:50am EA
207
Chang
21685
D
EDST 2480 02
Div & Politics of School
4
TR
01:20pm 03:10pm EA
207
Schwartz
21686
D
EDST 2480 03
Div & Politics of School
4
MW
12:00pm 01:50pm EA
207
Chang
21687
D
EDST 2480 04
Div & Politics of School
4
TR
08:00am 09:50am EA
207
Jaime
EDST 3000 (All Sections): Application to the Wyoming Teacher Education program is required for enrollment in EDST 3000.
Applications are available online http://www.uwyo.eduted/forms-asp/index.html. Students are only allowed to waitlist for one section
and will be moved off the waitlist once their Phase II application has been approved. Students will not be able to even
register for a waitlist without having completed abackground check or sub permit on file with the OTE.
21709
OWB
EDST 3000 01
Teacher as Practitioner
6
MWF
08:00am 09:50am EA
229
Burant
Practicum Site: Albany County School District #1 (Laramie).
21710
OWB
EDST 3000 02
Teacher as Practitioner
6
TR
09:35am 12:25pm EA
229
Janak
Practicum Site: UW Lab School
21711
OWB
EDST 3000 03
Teacher as Practitioner
6
TR
01:20pm 04:10pm EA
229
Staff
Practicum Site: Laramie Co. School Dist. #1 (Cheyenne)
21712
OWB
EDST 3000 04
Teacher as Practitioner
6
MW
12:00pm 02:50pm EA
229
Burant
Practicum Site: Albany Co School Dist #1 (Laramie)
EDST 3550 (All Sections): Students must have a 2.75 UW cumulative GPA and a grade of C or better in a QA course,
and a grade of C or better in EDST 2480.
21713
EDST 3550 01
Educational Assessment
2
TR
09:35am 10:25am EA
225
Cho
21714
EDST 3550 02
Educational Assessment
2
TR
01:20pm 02:10pm EA
225
Cho
Department of Elementary/Early Childhood Education 766-6366
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Student Affairs Coordinator Todd Krieger (766-3969) 100 McWhinnie Hall.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23607
20490
20491
20492
20493
20495
20502
20503
20504
20505
20506
20507
20508
20546
23095
23094
20547
21723
20548*
I
CH
CH
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
EDEL
1000
1410
1410
1430
1430
1430
1440
1440
1440
1450
1450
1450
2280
2280
2410
2410
3170
3170
4975
01
01
02
01
02
03
01
02
03
01
02
03
01
02
01
02
01
02
01
Hot Topics in Educ
Elem Math Sem I
Elem Math Sem I
Life Sci Elem Sch
Life Sci Elem Sch
Life Sci Elem Sch
Phys Sci Elem Sch
Phys Sci Elem Sch
Phys Sci Elem Sch
Earth Sci Elem Sch
Earth Sci Elem Sch
Earth Sci Elem Sch
Lit for Children
Lit for Children
Ele Sch Math Sem II
Ele Sch Math Sem II
Art in the Elementary School
Art in the Elementary School
Independent Study
Education Majors Only
98
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
3
3
1-3
M
M
T
M
T
W
R
R
W
M
R
T
TR
TR
W
T
TR
TR
01:10pm
11:00am
01:10pm
12:00pm
12:00pm
08:00am
04:10pm
08:00am
12:00pm
08:00am
12:00pm
04:10pm
09:35am
01:20pm
01:10pm
08:00am
01:20pm
09:35am
03:00pm
11:50am
02:00pm
12:50pm
12:50pm
08:50am
05:00pm
08:50am
12:50pm
08:50am
12:50pm
05:00pm
10:50am
02:35pm
02:00pm
08:50am
02:35pm
10:50am
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
ED
ED
304
318
318
308
308
308
308
308
308
308
308
308
304
304
318
318
30
30
Locke
Chamberlin
Chamberlin
Bergman
Bergman
Bergman
Wasserman Singer
Wasserman Singer
Wasserman Singer
Alsina
Alsina
Alsina
Mielke
Mielke
Welsh
Welsh
Staff
Roberts
Moran
College of Education
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Curriculum and Instruction
Online UW Courses:
26917
EDCI
26916
EDCI
26934
EDCI
5000
5070
5130
40
40
40
26915
26914
26913
26912
EDCI
EDCI
EDCI
EDCI
5400
5720
5750
5870
40
40
40
40
26221
25360
EDCI
EDCI
4000
4120
01
01
25361
EDCI
5120
26225
20470*
EDCI
EDCI
5480
5490
26222
26226
20473*
EDCI
EDCI
EDCI
5810
5870
5880
23368*
EDCI
5880
20475*
EDCI
5890
20481*
20483*
20486*
20487*
27100
20488*
EDCI
EDCI
EDCI
EDCI
EDCI
EDCI
5920
5940
5960
5980
5980
5990
26220
26227*
27075*
EMAT
EMAT
EMAT
5300
5980
5980
Prin of Curriculum
Ed Trnds:Sci Ed Colloquium
Cul Fnd Amer India
Crosslisted with: AIST5130
Mdpt Portfolio Reflection
Lit Assess Pract
Res Read-Writ Ins
Sem:Res Meth in Sci Edu II
3
1
3
Dambekalns
Katzmann
R.T. Rush
1
3
3
3
Dambekalns
Manyak
Gillis
Slater
Envir Ed for Tchrs
2
T
01:20pm 03:10pm
Lit for Yng Adults
3
R
04:10pm 07:00pm
Crosslisted with: EDCI5120
01
Lit For Yng Adults
3
R
04:10pm 07:00pm
Crosslisted with: EDCI4120
01
SC:Quant Reas & Model in Math 3
TR
04:10pm 05:25pm
01
Individual Probs
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Writing Prof Pub
3
R
01:20pm 04:10pm
01
Sem:Lit Research Methods
3
W
04:10pm 07:00pm
01
Special Problems
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
02
Prb:Res Sem in Math Ed
1
W
03:10pm 04:00pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Directed Pro Study
1-6
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
EA
EA
308
304
Slater
L. Rush
EA
304
L. Rush
WH
445
Hatfield
L. Rush
EA
EA
318
304
Staff
Kamberelis
L. Rush
WH
445
Hatfield
L. Rush
L. Rush
L. Rush
Moran
L. Rush
Hatfield
L. Rush
Mathematics Education
01
01
02
Theory&Prac Math Tchng&Tchr Ed
Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
3
1-6
1-6
M
01:10pm 02:00pm
EA
318
Hutchison
Hatfield
Staff
Early Childhood Education
Online UW Courses:
27029
26376
26377
26378
EDEC
EDEC
EDEC
EDEC
2000
3000
3220
4320
40
40
40
40
Enage Fam Early Child Setting
Observ Yng Chldrn
School Programs Young Children
Oral/Writ Lang Acq
24486
23091
23092
EDEC
EDEC
EDEC
1020
3000
3220
01
01
01
23093
20489
24487
EDEC
EDEC
EDEC
3220
4320
4320
10
01
02
Intro Early Chld Ed
3
MWF
Observ Yng Chldrn
3
TR
School Programs Young Children 3
MW
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
Oral/Writ Lang Acq
3
MW
Oral/Writ Lang Acq
3
M
99
3
3
3
3
Madrid
Hearne
Johnson
Bialostok
10:00am 10:50am
09:35am 10:50am
11:00am 12:15pm
EA
EA
EA
314
314
314
Baldwin
Buchanan
Cooney
01:10pm 02:25pm
03:10pm 06:00pm
EA
EA
314
314
Cooney
Madrid
Bialostok
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Department of Secondary Education 766-3275
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Student Affairs Coordinator Todd Krieger (766-3969) 100 McWhinnie Hall.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Agricultural Education
20427
EDAG
4970
20428
20429
EDAG
EDAG
5880
5890
20434
20436
20442
20443
20446
20448
EDAG
EDAG
EDAG
EDAG
EDAG
EDAG
5900
5920
5940
5960
5980
5990
01
Indiv Problems
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Special Problems
1-6
01
Directed Prof Study
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
Haynes
L. Rush
L. Rush
L. Rush
L. Rush
L. Rush
L. Rush
L. Rush
L. Rush
Science and Mathematics Teaching Center
Staffed jointly by the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, the Science and Mathematics Teaching Center is administered in the
College of Education and directed by Robert Mayes (766-3776).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21363
22278
NASC
NASC
5940
5961
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1
01
Plan B Project
1-4
Staff
Staff
Architectural Engineering 766-5255
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Richard J. Schmidt (766-5255) 3074 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20176
ARE
2100
01
23128
23129
20184
22778
23560
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
2100
2100
2200
2410
3100
10
11
01
01
01
23561
ARE
3200
01
23562
WB
ARE
3210
01
23563
WB
ARE
3210
10
23564
WB
ARE
3210
11
23556
22921
ARE
ARE
3300
3360
01
01
20190
ARE
3600
01
20192
20201
ARE
ARE
3600
4200
10
01
20204
ARE
4260
01
Arch Engr Graphics
3
T
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
TR
Laboratory
0
TR
Bld Mat-Const Methods
3
MWF
Fund of Bldg Performance
3
MWF
Civ & Arch Eng Pra
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: CE3100
Struct Analysis I
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: CE3200
Civil Eng Materials
3
TR
Crosslisted with: CE3210
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Crosslisted with: CE3210
Laboratory
0
R
Crosslisted with: CE3210
Bldg Elec & Plumbing Systems
3
TR
Transport Phenomena
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ESE3360 ME3360
Architectural Design I
3
M
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
F
Struct Analysis II
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: CE4200
Struct Concr Dsgn
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: CE4260
100
12:00pm 12:50pm
EN
3070 Gardzelewski
08:00am
10:00am
08:00am
09:00am
11:00am
09:50am
11:50am
08:50am
09:50am
11:50am
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
3056 Gardzelewski
3056 Gardzelewski
3070
Heller
3104 Gardzelewski
3070
Kobbe
10:00am 10:50am
EN
3076
Tanner
08:10am 09:25am
EN
3076
Kobbe
02:10pm 05:00pm
EN
3104
Kobbe
02:10pm 05:00pm
EN
3076
Kobbe
11:00am 12:15pm
01:10pm 02:00pm
EN
EN
3104
2070
Kobbe
Zheng
01:10pm 03:00pm
EN
3056
Denzer
01:10pm 02:00pm
10:00am 10:50am
EN
EN
3056
3104
Denzer
Mukai
11:00am 11:50am
EN
3076
Tanner
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
20206
ARE
4290
01
26092
22765
22766
20263
20268
26091
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
4490
4600
4600
4720
4740
4920
01
01
02
01
01
02
Struct Timber Dsgn
Crosslisted with: CE4290
Model Energy Syst
Arch Design II
Arch Design II
Struct Sys Design
Mech Sys Design
Arch Engr Problems
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
EN
3070
3
3
3
4
4
1-3
TR
T
R
TR
TR
09:35am
02:00pm
02:00pm
01:10pm
01:10pm
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
3104
Tan
3056 Gardzelewski
3056 Gardzelewski
3065
Mukai
3102
Tan
Staff
10:50am
04:50pm
04:50pm
05:00pm
05:00pm
Schmidt
Atmospheric Science 766-3245
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Alfred Rodi (766-4945) 6034A Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20113
SE
ATSC
2000
22407
20116
20117
26571
26333
23800
26562
21654
SE
SE
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
2000
2000
2100
3032
4033
4035
4410
5005
21662
ATSC
5006
21663
ATSC
5007
22757
21655
ATSC
ATSC
5020
5160
24120
ATSC
5330
21688
21689*
22922*
21690*
22924*
21691*
26336
21699*
26337
21707*
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
ATSC
5900
5920
5920
5940
5940
5960
5960
5980
5980
5990
ESS
4950
01
Intro to Meteorol
4
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 05:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
R
02:45pm 05:25pm
01
Atmospheric Change
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
01
Weather Analysis
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Atmos Remote Sens
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
01
Atmos Process II
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
01
Micrometeorology
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Microphysics
2
MW
11:00am 11:50am
Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATSC 5006
01
Problems Microphysics
1
T
09:00am 11:50am
Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATSC 5005
01
Problems Synoptic Meteor
1
W
03:25pm 05:00pm
Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATSC 5160
01
Phys Met II Lab
1
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Synoptic Meteorology
2
MW
02:10pm 03:15pm
Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATSC 5007
01
Bndry Layer Meter
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Prac-College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
02
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
02
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
09
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
09
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
EN
6085A
Murphy
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
6085A
6085A
6085A
6085A
6060
6060
6085A
6085A
Murphy
Murphy
Montague
Geerts
Deng
Kelly
Kelly
Snider
EN
1034
Snider
EN
6060
Geerts
EN
EN
6060
6060
Snider
Geerts
EN
6085A
Kelly
Murphy
Staff
Snider
Staff
Montague
Rodi
Murphy
Rodi
Murphy
Staff
Earth System Science 766-4955
22756
WC
01
Exploring the Earth System
3
Kelly
Chemical Engineering 766-2500
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head David Bagley (766-2500) 4055 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20205
20207
20211
21603*
26070
26066
WC
CHE
CHE
CHE
CHE
2060
3030
3070
3900
01
01
01
01
3
3
3
1-6
MWF
MWF
TR
10:00am 10:50am
08:00am 08:50am
08:10am 09:25am
EN
EN
EN
4045
2110
4045
Adidharma
Bell
Myers
Staff
01
Intr Chem Eng Comp
Unit Operations
Process Sim & Econ
Undergrad Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Unit Oper Lab II
CHE
4050
2
Reaction Engineering
3
01:10pm 02:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
09:00am 09:50am
EN
EN
EN
2110
B110
2110
Bell
01
W
W
MWF
CHE
4060
101
Fan
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
20213
20217
WC
CHE
CHE
4080
4340
01
01
21604*
CHE
4970
26067
CHE
4990
26068
CHE
5010
20219
CHE
5030
22516
CHE
5060
26082
CHE
5150
26071
CHE
5410
25570*
20222
CHE
CHE
5880
5890
21649*
21650
21651
21652
21653*
CHE
CHE
CHE
CHE
CHE
5920
5940
5960
5980
5990
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Process Design II
5
TR
02:45pm 05:00pm
Numerical Analysis
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: MATH4340
01
Internship in CHE
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Biomaterials
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Crosslisted with: CHE5150
01
Transport Phenom
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: PETE5010
01
Reaction Kinetics
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: PETE5030
01
Flow Thru Porous Media
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: PETE4060 PETE5060
01
Biomaterials
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Crosslisted with: CHE4990
01
Adv Biol Wastewater Treatment 3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: CE5410 ENVE5410
01
Problems with Chem Engr
3
01
Chem/Pet Engr Sem
1
M
03:10pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: PETE5890
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
Bldg Room Instructor
EN
EN
4066
1044
Holles
Lee
Staff
EN
4045
Johnson
EN
4045
Oakey
EN
4045
Johnson
EN
2110
Piri
EN
4045
Johnson
EN
2110
Bagley
EN
1045
Staff
Staff
Bagley
Bagley
Ackerman
Ackerman
Bagley
Civil Engineering 766-5255
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Richard J. Schmidt (766-5255) 3074 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26847
CE
26848
CE
26948
CE
2050
2074
2083
40
40
40
Real Property Law
Ethics for Srvrs
GIS for Surveyors
23130
CE
2070
01
23131
23132
20161
CE
CE
CE
2070
2070
2100
10
11
01
22494
22495
20164
CE
CE
CE
2100
2100
3100
10
11
01
20165
CE
3200
01
Engr Surveying
3
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
M
Laboratory
0
T
CE Systems
3
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
R
Civ & Arch Eng Pra
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ARE3100
Struct Analysis I
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ARE3200
Civil Eng Matrl
3
TR
Crosslisted with: ARE3210
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
R
Hydraulic Engr
3
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
W
Intro Environ Eng
3
MWF
Transportation Engineering
3
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
R
Soil Mechanics I
3
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
M
Laboratory
0
R
20166
WB
CE
3210
01
20167
20168
20169
WB
WB
CE
CE
CE
3210
3210
3300
10
11
01
20170
20172
20173
CE
CE
CE
3300
3400
3500
10
01
01
23580
20175
CE
CE
3500
3600
10
01
20177
20178
CE
CE
3600
3600
10
11
3
1
3
102
Lukasik
Mouland
Staff
11:00am 12:15pm
EN
3076
Rehwaldt
02:10pm 05:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
01:10pm 02:00pm
EN
EN
EN
3076
3076
3076
Rehwaldt
Rehwaldt
Erikson
02:10pm 04:00pm
02:10pm 04:00pm
11:00am 11:50am
EN
EN
EN
1041
1041
3070
Erikson
Erikson
Kobbe
10:00am 10:50am
EN
3076
Tanner
08:10am 09:25am
EN
3076
Kobbe
02:10pm 05:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
09:00am 09:50am
EN
EN
EN
3104
3076
3076
Kobbe
Kobbe
Park
02:10pm 05:00pm
01:10pm 02:00pm
11:00am 11:50am
EN
EN
EN
3102
3102
3104
Park
Brant
Young
11:10am 01:00pm
10:00am 10:50am
EN
EN
3102
3076
Staff
Edgar
02:10pm 05:00pm
02:10pm 05:00pm
EN
EN
3046
3046
Edgar
Edgar
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
20179
20180
CE
CE
3900
4200
01
01
20181
CE
4260
01
23589
CE
4290
01
26095
26230
26229
26098
24439
24440
23332
20185
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
4410
4510
4620
4800
4900
4900
4920
4970
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
22902
CE
4975
01
26099
26094
26096
24443
CE
CE
CE
CE
5200
5255
5260
5300
01
01
01
01
Engineering Econ
Struct Analysis II
Crosslisted with: ARE4200
Struct Concr Dsgn
Crosslisted with: ARE4260
Struct Timber Dsgn
Crosslisted with: ARE4290
Dsgn Wastewat Trmt
Pavement Design
Soil & Rock Slp Engr
Hydrology
CDE in:Transportation
CDE in:Water Resources
Civil Eng Probs
Design Squad Coop
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
CE/ARE Internship
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Adv Structural Analysis
Advanced Steel Design
Prestressed Conc
Open-Channel Hydr
26093
CE
5410
01
26231
24221
27051
26097
CE
CE
CE
CE
5510
5700
5720
5830
01
02
01
01
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
3
3
MWF
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
10:00am 10:50am
EN
EN
3070
3104
Urynowicz
Mukai
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
EN
3076
Tanner
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
EN
3070
Schmidt
3
3
3
3
1
3
1-3
3
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
01:10pm
10:00am
09:00am
11:00am
02:00pm
10:50am
09:50am
11:50am
EN
EN
EN
EN
3076
3102
3110
3114
T
01:20pm 04:00pm
EN
3104
Colberg
Ksaibati
Ng
Park
Young
Ogden
Schmidt
Schmidt
3
3
3
3
3
Adv Biol Wastewater Treatment 3
Crosslisted with: CHE5410 ENVE5410
Pavement Design
3
Prb:TLN Transportation
3
C E Problems II-Pavement Presv 2
Porous Media
3
Denzer
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
01:10pm
08:00am
11:00am
12:00pm
12:00pm
10:00am
02:00pm
08:50am
11:50am
12:50pm
12:50pm
10:50am
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
3104
3104
3102
3104
3056
2110
Puckett
Barker
Dolan
Ohara
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
EN
3102
TR
12:45pm 02:00pm
EN
3046
Ksaibati
Ksaibati
Ksaibati
Edgar
Bagley
Computer Science 766-5190
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head James Caldwell (766-5190).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20332
COSC 1010
01
20333
20335
20336
21983
20339
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
1010
1010
1010
1010
1030
10
11
12
13
01
20340
20341
23659
20342
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
1030
1030
1030
1200
10
11
12
01
20343
COSC 1200
02
20344
20345
20346
20348
20350
20352
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
2030
10
11
12
13
14
01
20353
23660
20356
20358
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
2030
2030
2150
2300
10
11
01
01
21666
COSC 3011
01
Intro Comp Sci I
4
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Students must have passed Math Placement Exam
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
R
Laboratory
0
R
Computer Science I
4
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Students must have passed Math Placement Exam
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
W
Comp Info Systems
3
MW
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Comp Info Systems
3
TR
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
W
Laboratory
0
R
Laboratory
0
R
Computer Science II
4
MWF
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
M
Laboratory
0
M
Computer Organization
3
MWF
Discrete Structures
3
TR
Crosslisted with: MATH2300
Software Design
3
MWF
103
11:00am 12:15pm
BC
138
Anderson
03:10pm
07:10pm
03:10pm
07:10pm
11:00am
05:00pm
09:00pm
05:00pm
09:00pm
12:15pm
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
2109
4059
2109
2109
1045
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Buckner
05:10pm
07:10pm
07:10pm
02:10pm
07:00pm
09:00pm
09:00pm
03:00pm
EN
EN
EN
CR
2109
2109
2109
103
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
08:10am 09:00am
EN
3070
Staff
12:45pm
03:10pm
05:10pm
12:45pm
05:10pm
11:00am
02:35pm
05:00pm
07:00pm
02:35pm
07:00pm
11:50am
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
2109
2106
2109
2109
2109
3111
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Bailey
03:10pm
05:10pm
09:00am
01:20pm
05:00pm
07:00pm
09:50am
02:35pm
EN
EN
EN
CR
4059
4059
4059
215
Staff
Staff
Ward
Cowles
10:00am 10:50am
EN
3102
Van Baalen
College of Engineering and Applied Science
Course #
Sec
20360
CRN
USP 03
COSC 3020
01
20362
25643
20363
20364*
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
26505
COSC 4010
24669*
COSC 4010
23661*
COSC 4010
26536
COSC 4010
27090
COSC 4010
23662
20369
24634
COSC 4200
COSC 4220
COSC 4560
20372
COSC 4740
23665
23158*
COSC 4740
COSC 4755
20373
21914
21667
21668
20374
24860
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
24706*
COSC 5010
23667*
COSC 5010
26527
COSC 5010
26534
COSC 5010
20375
26499
25644
COSC 5050
COSC 5120
COSC 5560
23157*
COSC 5755
20403*
23353*
20402*
23398*
23402*
23403*
24126*
23155*
23154*
22040*
22041*
22042*
24152*
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
COSC
3020
3020
3050
3970
4780
4820
4950
4955
5000
5010
5920
5920
5940
5940
5940
5940
5940
5960
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Alg & Data Structure
4
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
W
05:10pm 07:00pm
01
Ethics Comput Pro
1
W
11:00am 11:50am
01
Internship
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Tp: COSC Data Mining
1-3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC5010
02
Tp:COSC Virtual Environ Systms 1-3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC5010
03
Tp:Human-Comp Interaction
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Crosslisted with: COSC5010
04
Tp: High Performance Computing 1-3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: COSC5010
05
UG Tp: Computational Learning 1-3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC5010
01
Computability and Complexity
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Dsgn & Implmntn Emrg Env
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
01
Modern Robots
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: COSC5560
01
OP System Design
4
MWF
02:10pm 03:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
F
03:10pm 04:00pm
01
Network Applications
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC5755
01
Princ Prog Lang
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Database Systems
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Senior Design I
1
M
01:10pm 02:00pm
01
Senior Design II
2
WF
01:10pm 02:00pm
01
Sem:Computer Science
1
M
04:10pm 05:00pm
01
Tp: COSC Data Mining
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC4010
02
Tp:COSC Virtual Environ Systms 3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC4010
03
Tp:Human-Comp Interact
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Crosslisted with: COSC4010
04
Grad Tp:High Perform Computing 1-6
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: COSC4010
05
Grad Tp:Computational Learning 1-6
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC4010
01
Res Writing COSC
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
01
Theory of Computation
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
01
Modern Robots
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: COSC4560
01
Network Applications
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: COSC4755
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg:On Campus
1-2
02
Cont Reg:On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-16
02
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-16
03
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-16
04
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-16
05
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-16
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
02
Dissertation Research
1-12
03
Dissertation Research
1-12
04
Dissertation Research
1-12
05
Dissertation Research
1-12
104
Bldg Room Instructor
EN
3111
Bailey
EN
EN
AS
4059
4059
226
Staff
Staff
Buckner
Bailey
EN
1055
Van Baalen
EN
4059
Banic
EN
2100
Banic
EN
4059
Wang
AS
226
Hitchcock
AV
EN
EN
212
4059
1055
Hitchcock
Anderson
Staff
EN
4059
Ward
EN
EN
4059
4059
Staff
Ward
EN
EN
WH
EA
AS
EN
2100
2100
434
211
226
1055
Caldwell
Gamboa
Gamboa
Gamboa
Staff
Van Baalen
EN
4059
Banic
EN
2100
Banic
EN
4059
Wang
AS
226
EN
ED
EN
4066
45
1055
Buckner
Cowles
Staff
EN
4059
Ward
Hitchcock
Hitchcock
Wang
Bailey
Hitchcock
Gamboa
Wang
Banic
Wang
Wang
Caldwell
Bailey
Hitchcock
Banic
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Electrical and Computer Engineering 766-2279
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact Department Head Mark Balas (766-2279), 5068 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20389
20390
21557
20393
EE
EE
EE
EE
1010
1010
1010
2220
20394
20395
20396
EE
EE
EE
2220
2220
2390
20399
20400
20404
20405
20406
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
2390
2390
3150
3220
3310
22708
21558
20407
EE
EE
EE
3310
3310
3330
20408
20409
22016
EE
EE
EE
3330
3330
4075
26079
EE
4360
20410
EE
4390
20411
20412
20413
EE
EE
EE
4390
4390
4440
20414
20415
26215
22690
27085
27086
27084
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
4440
4440
4510
4620
4800
4800
4800
20417
20418
26216
26080
26065
26078
26081
26083
26213
26214
23890
24007
26237
27033
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
EE
4820
4830
4870
5610
5630
5770
5880
5880
5880
5880
5880
5880
5880
5880
27042
27066
EE
EE
5880
5880
27067
27068
EE
EE
5880
5880
20430*
20431
20432
EE
EE
EE
5900
5920
5940
01
02
03
01
Intro to ECE
1
T
01:10pm 03:00pm
Intro to ECE
1
T
03:10pm 05:00pm
Intro to ECE
1
R
03:10pm 05:00pm
Circuits & Signals
4
TR
09:35am 10:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
R
04:10pm 06:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 04:00pm
01
Digital Sys Design
4
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
T
04:10pm 06:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
R
02:10pm 04:00pm
01
Electromagnetics
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
01
Signals & Systems
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Electronics I
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
W
02:10pm 04:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
T
04:10pm 06:00pm
01
Electronics II
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
R
04:10pm 06:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
R
02:10pm 04:00pm
01
C++ Num Method
4
MTWF
11:00am 11:50am
Previous course number: ES 3075
01
VLSI Design
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: EE5880
01
Microprocessors
3
MWF
02:10pm 03:00pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
M
04:10pm 06:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
W
04:10pm 06:00pm
01
Comm Theory
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
10
Laboratory
0
T
05:10pm 07:00pm
11
Laboratory
0
M
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
Power Systems
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
01
Auto Control Syst
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
01
Prb: Ind Control - Lab
1
T
02:10pm 04:00pm
02
Prob: Ind Control - Lab
1
W
02:10pm 04:00pm
3
Problems In: Ind Controls
2
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
Senior Design I
2
MW
01:10pm 02:00pm
01
Senior Design II
2
TR
08:00am 08:50am
01
Comp Net Hardware
4
TR
08:10am 09:25am
01
Randon Proc Thy I
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
01
Advanced Image Processing
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Non Linear Systems
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Prob In:3-D Computer Vision
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
02
Prob In:Multi-Core Programming 3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
03
Problems In: Dig Image Formati 3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
04
Problems In: Power Elec
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
06
Prb:Advanced Linear Control
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
07
Problems In:
3
08
Problems In: Advanced Robotics 3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
09
Problems In: VLSI Design
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: EE4360
10
Problems In: Electric Drives
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
11
Problems In: Ind Controls
2
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
12
Prb: Ind Control - Lab
1
T
02:10pm 04:00pm
13
Prb: Ind Control - Lab
1
W
02:10pm 04:00pm
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Prac: College Tchng
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
105
EN
EN
EN
EN
5054
5054
5054
3070
O’Brien
O’Brien
O’Brien
O’Brien
EN
EN
EN
5049
5049
3105
O’Brien
O’Brien
Hamann
EN
EN
EN
AG
EN
5030
5030
2100
41
2100
Hamann
Hamann
Ferre-Pikal
Kubichek
Legowski
EN
EN
EN
5058
5058
2102
Legowski
Legowski
Pikal
EN
EN
EN
5058
5058
5022
Pikal
Pikal
Hamann
EN
3102
Ferre-Pikal
EN
2100
Whitman
EN
EN
EN
5030
5030
2102
Whitman
Whitman
Pierre
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
5054
5054
2109
2110
5064
5064
2101
Pierre
Pierre
Duan
Stefanovic
Barrett
Barrett
Barrett
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
3110
3104
5022
5054
5022
5022
3106
5022
5022
5022
2101
Staff
Legowski
EN
EN
2105
3102
EN
EN
5022
2101
Muknahallipatna
EN
EN
5064
5064
Barrett
Barrett
Muknahallipatna
Kubichek
Wright
Stefanovic
McInroy
Muknahallipatna
Wright
Duan
Balas
Staff
O’Brien
Ferre-Pikal
Barrett
O’Brien
O’Brien
O’Brien
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CRN
USP 03
20433
20435
20437*
Course #
Sec
Course Title
EE
EE
EE
01
01
01
Thesis Research
Dissertation Research
Internship
5960
5980
5990
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
1-12
1-12
1-12
O’Brien
O’Brien
Wright
Energy Systems Engineering 766-2122
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Mechanical Engineering Department Head Paul Dellenback (766-2122) 2052 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23102
ESE
2020
01
23103
23104
23105
23106
ESE
ESE
ESE
ESE
2020
2020
2020
2160
10
11
12
01
23107
ESE
2160
02
23108
ESE
3360
01
ESE
ESE
4070
4460
01
01
ESE
4470
01
23438
23749
WC
26291
Design Experiments Lab
2
T
Crosslisted with: ME2020
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
T
Laboratory
0
T
Fluids Laboratory
2
T
Crosslisted with: ME2160
Fluids Laboratory
2
T
Crosslisted with: ME2160
Transport Phenomena
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ARE3360 ME3360
Energy Systems Design II
3
MW
Solar/Geothermal Engineering
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ME4460
Wind/Ocean Energy
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ME4470
08:00am 08:50am
AG
4021
Frick
09:00am
01:10pm
03:10pm
01:10pm
10:50am
03:00pm
05:00pm
03:00pm
EN
EN
EN
EN
2015
2015
2015
2064
Frick
Frick
Frick
Stoellinger
03:10pm 05:00pm
EN
2064
Stoellinger
01:10pm 02:00pm
EN
2070
Zheng
12:10pm 01:00pm
11:00am 11:50am
BU
EN
121
2070
Morton
Zheng
10:00am 10:50am
EN
2070
Sitaraman
Engineering Science 766-4253
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Associate Dean Steven F. Barrett (766-6181) 2076 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20837
IL
ES
1000
01
21435*
LO
ES
1002
01
21436
ES
1060
01
21437
ES
1060
02
22774
22775
22776
22777
21438
ES
ES
ES
ES
ES
1060
1060
1060
1060
2110
10
11
12
13
01
21439
ES
2110
02
21440
ES
2110
03
21441
ES
2120
01
21442
ES
2120
02
21443
ES
2210
01
21445
21444
21446
21447
21448
21449
ES
ES
ES
ES
ES
ES
2210
2210
2210
2210
2210
2210
10
11
12
13
14
15
Orientation to Engineering
1
MW
12:00pm
Enrollment limited to Engineering and COSC Majors
Course meets during the first half of the semester
Eng Info Literacy
.5
R
05:10pm
First meeting will be Thursday, Jan. 17 at 5:10pm in EN 1062
Intro to Problem Solving
3
MW
01:10pm
Students must enroll in laboratory section 10 or 11
Intro to Problem Solving
3
TR
08:00am
Students must enroll in laboratory section 12 or 13
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
08:00am
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 1
0
T
10:00am
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
W
01:10pm
Laboratory - Lecture Sec 2
0
W
03:10pm
Statics
3
MTWF
08:00am
Exams on selected Mondays 6:30-8:30pm
Statics
3
MTWF
09:00am
Exams on selected Mondays 6:30-8:30pm
Statics
3
TR
09:35am
Exams on selected Mondays 6:30-8:30pm
Dynamics
3
MWF
09:00am
Exams on selected Mondays 6:30-8:30 pm
Dynamics
3
MWF
11:00am
Exams on selected Mondays 6:30-8:30 pm
Elec Circ Analysis
3
MWF
08:00am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
M
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
10:00am
Laboratory
0
T
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
W
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
10:00am
Laboratory
0
R
02:10pm
106
12:50pm
EN
2108
Edgar
07:00pm
EN
1062
Ettema
02:00pm
EN
1045
Staff
08:50am
EN
1045
Anderson
09:50am
11:50am
03:00pm
05:00pm
08:50am
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
1039
1039
1039
1039
3114
Staff
Staff
Anderson
Anderson
Whitman
09:50am
EN
1045
Whitman
10:50am
AV
212
Davis
09:50am
EN
3114
Staff
11:50am
EN
1045
Kilty
08:50am
EN
1045
Barrett
06:00pm
11:50am
06:00pm
06:00pm
11:50am
04:00pm
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
5049
5049
5049
5049
5049
5049
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
21450
ES
2310
01
21451
21452
21453
21454
21455
24626
ES
ES
ES
ES
ES
ES
2310
2330
2330
2410
2410
2410
02
01
02
01
02
03
Thermodynamics
3
MWF
Exams on selected Wednesdays 5:30-7:30
Thermodynamics
3
MWF
Fluid Dynamics
3
MWF
Fluid Dynamics
3
MWF
Mech of Material I
3
MWF
Mech of Material I
3
TR
Mech of Material I
3
MWF
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
02:10pm 03:00pm
EN
1045
Montague
10:00am
11:00am
12:00pm
01:10pm
11:00am
03:10pm
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
2108
2108
1045
2108
2108
2108
Dellenback
Zhu
Harris
Dolan
Peck
Garnich
10:50am
11:50am
12:50pm
02:00pm
12:15pm
04:00pm
Environmental Engineering 766-5255
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Richard J. Schmidt (766-5255) 3074 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
26295
ENVE
5410
01
25560
21434
ENVE
ENVE
5885
5895
01
01
24187
ENVE
5960
01
25505
ENVE
5960
02
Adv Biol Wastewater Treatment 3
Crosslisted with: CE5410 CHE5410
Problems
3
Environmental Eng Sm
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
1-12
MWF
10:00am 10:50am
EN
2110
Bagley
M
02:10pm 03:00pm
CR
149
Colberg
Colberg
Colberg
Brant
Mechanical Engineering 766-2122
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head Paul Dellenback (766-2122) 2052 Engineering Building.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20982
ME
2020
01
20983
20984
20985
20986
ME
ME
ME
ME
2020
2020
2020
2160
10
11
12
01
20987
ME
2160
02
20988
20989
20990
ME
ME
ME
3010
3170
3360
01
01
01
22377
ME
3450
01
22378
22379
23110
20991
ME
ME
ME
ME
3450
3450
3450
4020
10
11
12
01
20992
20993
20994
23109
21407
24541
20995
ME
ME
ME
ME
ME
ME
ME
4020
4020
4020
4020
4070
4100
4215
10
11
12
13
01
01
01
20996
23748
ME
ME
4340
4460
01
01
26290
ME
4470
01
WC
Design of Expermts
2
T
08:00am
Crosslisted with: ESE2020
Students should be concurrently enrolled in ENGL 2005-02;
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
09:00am
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm
Fluids Laboratory
2
T
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: ESE2160
Fluids Laboratory
2
T
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: ESE2160
Interm Mech-Mtrls
3
MWF
10:00am
Machine Design
3
MWF
08:00am
Transport Phenomena
3
MWF
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: ARE3360 ESE3360
Prop of Materials
3
MWF
02:10pm
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
R
10:00am
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
03:10pm
Design Mech/Elec Systems
3
MWF
09:00am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Laboratory
0
T
08:00am
Laboratory
0
T
10:00am
Laboratory
0
T
01:00pm
Laboratory
0
T
03:10pm
Systems Design II
3
MW
12:10pm
Manufacturing Processes
3
MWF
02:10pm
Comp Design & Mfgr
3
MW
03:10pm
R
01:10pm
Gas Turbine Eng
3
MWF
01:10pm
Solar/Geothermal Engineering
3
MWF
11:00am
Crosslisted with: ESE4460
Wind/Ocean Energy
3
MWF
10:00am
Crosslisted with: ESE4470
107
08:50am
AG
4021
Frick
10:50am
03:00pm
05:00pm
03:00pm
EN
EN
EN
EN
2015
2015
2015
2064
Frick
Frick
Frick
Stoellinger
05:00pm
EN
2064
Stoellinger
10:50am
08:50am
02:00pm
AG
BU
EN
2018
121
2070
Han
Erikson
Zheng
03:00pm
BU
121
11:50am
03:00pm
05:00pm
09:50am
EN
EN
EN
CR
1098
1098
1098
214
Fertig
Fertig
Fertig
Walrath
09:50am
11:50am
03:00pm
05:00pm
01:00pm
03:00pm
04:00pm
04:00pm
02:00pm
11:50am
EN
EN
EN
EN
BU
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
2045
2045
2045
2045
121
2070
2070
2032
2105
2070
Walrath
Walrath
Walrath
Walrath
Morton
Coon
Coon
Dellenback
Zheng
10:50am
EN
2070
Sitaraman
Fertig
College of Engineering and Applied Science
Course #
Sec
Course Title
26292
26293
26294
26296
26297
26298
20998
CRN
USP 03
ME
ME
ME
ME
ME
ME
ME
4474
5432
5438
5448
5461
5474
5478
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
22694
ME
5920
01
20999
ME
5940
01
21000
ME
5960
01
23111
22503
ME
ME
5961
5980
01
01
Tpcs:Intro to Design
Adv Materials Sci
Plasticity & Viscoelasticity
Experimental Fluid Dynamics
Comp Fluid Dynamics I
Energy Methods
Sem:Mechanical Engineer
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: On Campus
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cont Reg: Off Campus
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Thesis Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Graduate Projects
Dissertation Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Cr Hrs Days
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
R
Times
01:20pm
09:00am
01:10pm
11:00am
02:10pm
10:00am
03:10pm
02:35pm
09:50am
02:00pm
11:50am
03:00pm
10:50am
05:00pm
Bldg Room Instructor
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
AS
EN
1039
2070
1055
2100
3105
401
1045
Walrath
Frick
Han
Naughton
Mavriplis
Garnich
Dellenback
1-2
Dellenback
1-2
Dellenback
1-12
Dellenback
1-4
1-12
Dellenback
Dellenback
Petroleum Engineering 766-2500
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Department Head David Bagley (766-2500) 4055 Engineering Building.
Petroleum Engineering course offerings were not finalized at the printing of this schedule. Consult the online schedule for updates.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
24318
27070
21997
24360
PETE
PETE
PETE
PETE
2050
3100
3200
3265
01
01
01
01
Intro to Petro Engineering
Rock & Fluids Lab
Reservoir Mechanics
Drilling Fluids Laboratory
3
2
3
2
26077
PETE
3265
02
Drilling Fluids Laboratory
2
21996
PETE
3715
01
22706
21998*
22515
PETE
PETE
PETE
3725
3900
4060
26072
PETE
4215
PETE
PETE
PETE
PETE
4320
4735
4970
4990
26069
PETE
5010
20585
PETE
5030
22514
PETE
5060
26076
PETE
5150
22232
PETE
5150
26073
PETE
5215
26074
20586
PETE
PETE
5830
5890
20587*
20588*
20589
20590
20591*
PETE
PETE
PETE
PETE
PETE
5920
5940
5960
5980
5990
22752
22707
21999*
26075
OWC
MWF
W
MWF
W
W
F
F
TR
11:00am
02:10pm
10:00am
02:10pm
02:10pm
02:10pm
02:10pm
02:45pm
11:50am
05:00pm
10:50am
03:00pm
05:00pm
05:00pm
03:00pm
04:00pm
Production Engineering
3
Crosslisted with: PETE5150
01
Well Bore OP
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
01
Undergrad Research
1-6
01
Flw Thru Porous Media
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: CHE5060 PETE5060
01
Rock Mechanics
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
Crosslisted with: PETE5215
01
Well Log Interpretation
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Pete Design II
4
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
01
Internship in PETE
1-6
01
TP: The Future of Energy
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: PETE5150
01
Transport Phenom
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: CHE5010
01
Reaction Kinetics
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
Crosslisted with: CHE5030
01
Flow Thru Porous Media
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
Crosslisted with: CHE5060 PETE4060
01
TP: The Future of Energy
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: PETE4990
02
TP: Production Engineering
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: PETE3715
01
Rock Mechanics
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
Crosslisted with: PETE4215
01
Thermal Recovery
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Chem/Pet Engr Sem
1
M
03:10pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: CHE5890
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
108
EN
2110
Harris
Zhang
Yin
Sharma
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
CR
1045
4066
4066
4066
4066
142
CR
105
EN
2110
Evers
Staff
Piri
EN
4066
Yin
CR
EN
219
4066
EN
4045
Goual
Towler
Bagley
Towler
EN
4045
Oakey
EN
4045
Johnson
EN
2110
Piri
EN
4045
Towler
CR
142
Goual
EN
4066
Yin
EN
EN
4045
1045
Harris
Staff
Sharma
Goual
Bagley
Bagley
Alvarado
Alvarado
Bagley
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Communication Disorders 766-6394
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: your adviser or call the main office (766-6394).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
21054
23754
SPPA
SPPA
1010
2110
21570
SPPA
2120
21055
SPPA
2120
SPPA
4070
21060
21063*
SPPA
SPPA
4130
4140
21064*
SPPA
4140
21065
23254
23867
21066
22705
22704
24039*
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
4150
4160
4220
4240
4250
4310
4890
24041*
SPPA
4890
21068
SPPA
5030
22498
SPPA
5070
23761
21807
22703
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
5120
5130
5330
21379
21380
21381*
21571*
21572*
21573*
21574*
21575*
21576*
24717*
24720
24721
24722
24723
24727
24729
24731
24733
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
SPPA
5920
5940
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5961
5961
5961
5961
5961
5961
5961
5961
21059
IL
CSD
01
01
Intro Comm Dis
3
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
American Sign Language I
4
MTWR
01:10pm 02:00pm
Class will show as closed. Students must waitlist when
registering. Dept. enrolling will begin Nov. 28 & students
notified via e-mail. Optional labs will be organized by
instructor.
01
American Sign Language II
4
MTWR
09:00am 09:50am
Class will appear as closed. Students must waitlist when
registering. Dept. enrolling will begin Nov. 28 & students
notified via e-mail. Optional labs will be organized by
instructor.
02
American Sign Language II
4
MW
01:10pm 03:00pm
Class will appear as closed. Students must waitlist when
registering. Dept. enrolling will begin Nov. 28 & students
notified via e-mail. Optional labs will be organized by
instructor.
01
Deaf Studies
4
TR
01:20pm 03:10pm
Crosslisted with: SPPA5070
01
Advanced ASL
4
MW
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
ASL Assistant
1-4
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
02
ASL Assistant
1-4
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Aural Rehab
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm
01
Speech Lang Develop
4
MTWR
03:20pm 04:10pm
01
Speech Disorders
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
01
Language Disorders
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
01
Clinical Methods
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am
01
Hearing Science
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am
01
Ind:Audiology Assistant
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
02
Independent Study
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Clinical Practicum
3
W
08:00am 08:50am
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Deaf Studies
4
TR
01:20pm 03:10pm
Crosslisted with: SPPA4070
01
Stuttering
2
T
06:00pm 07:50pm
01
Aphasia
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
School Age Lang
3
TR
08:10am 09:25am
The following 5000-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Cont Reg:On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg:Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
02
Thesis Research
1-12
03
Thesis Research
1-12
04
Thesis Research
1-12
05
Thesis Research
1-12
06
Thesis Research
1-12
07
Thesis Research
1-12
08
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
02
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
03
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
04
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
05
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
06
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
07
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
08
Graduate Projects: Orals
1
109
HS
CR
105
105
Garcia
Carter
AN
150
Carter
AG
4041
Corbett
EN
3110
Corbett
EN
2100
Corbett
Carter
Corbett
CR
CR
HS
BU
AN
BS
105
118
105
21
150
309
Primus
Allen
Guiberson
Petersen
Ross
Primus
Garcia
Petersen
HS
463
EN
3110
CR
CR
EA
137
133
225
Coyle
Corbett
Guiberson
Steeve
Allen
Ukrainetz
Ukrainetz
Ukrainetz
Hardin-Jones
Allen
Jones
Primus
Petersen
Steeve
Guiberson
Ukrainetz
Hardin-Jones
Allen
Jones
Primus
Petersen
Steeve
Guiberson
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Division of Kinesiology and Health 766-5449
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: the Advising Coordinator (766-5449) or Director Mark Byra (766-5227).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Kinesiology
20539
20540*
IL
IL
KIN
KIN
1004
1005
01
01
20541*
IL
KIN
1005
02
26582*
26583*
26585*
CA
KIN
KIN
KIN
2000
2004
2005
01
01
01
20542
SB
KIN
2040
01
20543
20544
20545
20795
20796
20797
20798
20799
20802*
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
SB
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
2041
3010
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
01
22772*
KIN
3010
02
20804*
KIN
3011
01
KIN
3015
01
20806*
KIN
3020
01
20807*
KIN
3021
01
20808
20809
26606*
24863*
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
3021
3021
3034
3038
10
11
01
01
20814*
KIN
3040
01
20805*
WC
Fund of Physical Education
3
TR
01:20pm
Intro To Kin & Health
2
MW
10:00am
Restricted to K&HP majors. Students must
register in person, CB 119A.
Intro To Kin & Health
2
MW
01:10pm
Restricted to K&HP majors. Students must
register in person, CB 119A.
Move Core I:Striking/Fielding
2
MW
12:10pm
Move Core V:Creative Move/Danc 3
MWF
09:00am
Move Core VI:Phys Fit/Act
2
MW
08:00am
MW
08:00am
Human Anatomy
3
TR
08:00am
Crosslisted with: ZOO2040
KIN 2041 (All Sections): Cross listed with ZOO 2041
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
01:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
03:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
05:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
T
07:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
01:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
03:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
05:10pm
Human Anatomy Lab
1
R
07:10pm
Fund Hlth & Fitness Assess
3
MW
01:10pm
T
01:10pm
T
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: KIN3010
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Fund Hlth & Fitness Assess
3
MW
01:10pm
R
01:10pm
R
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: KIN3010
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Teaching Methods-Phys Ed K-12 3
MWF
02:10pm
MWF
02:10pm
Restricted to PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Teaching Lab II
3
MWF
10:00am
MWF
10:00am
Restricted to PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Observ Exp Move Sci
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Phy of Exercise
4
MWF
08:00am
Restricted to K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the
professional program. Students must register in person,
CB 119A. Students must enroll in a laboratory section.
Laboratory
0
T
07:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
04:10pm
Lifespan Motor Dev
3
TR
09:35am
Exercise Psychology
3
TR
08:10am
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Teach Hum Anatomy
3
M
04:10pm
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
110
02:35pm
10:50am
CB
CB
137
202
Gaudreault
Smith
02:00pm
CB
202
Werhonig
01:00pm
09:50am
08:50am
08:50am
09:20am
CB
CB
CB
CB
CR
GYM
GYM
GYM
103
302
Wallhead
Gaudreault
Staff
03:00pm
05:00pm
07:00pm
09:00pm
03:00pm
05:00pm
07:00pm
09:00pm
02:00pm
03:00pm
03:00pm
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
137
GYM
206
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Smith
02:00pm
03:00pm
03:00pm
CB
CB
CB
137
GYM
206
Smith
03:00pm
03:00pm
CB
CB
GYM
104
Jenkins
11:50am
11:50am
CB
CB
104
GYM
Jenkins
Smith
Byra
08:50am
CB
137
Guseman
10:00pm
07:00pm
10:50am
09:25am
CB
CB
CB
CB
206
206
202
138
Staff
Staff
Benham-Deal
Readdy
06:00pm
CB
103
Smith
College of Health Sciences
CRN
20815*
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
KIN
01
Biomech Hum Movt
3042
26610*
KIN
3042
02
26611*
KIN
3042
03
20817
23852*
KIN
KIN
3050
3052
01
01
25359*
KIN
3060
01
20821*
KIN
3115
01
20822
20824
20825
22477
20826
20828*
20829
23325
25785*
20832*
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
3115
4001
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
01
20833*
KIN
4015
01
20834*
KIN
4016
01
23853*
KIN
4020
01
24868*
KIN
4020
02
Cr Hrs Days
3
MW
F
Times
09:00am 09:50am
08:00am 09:50am
Crosslisted with: KIN3042
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Biomech Hum Movt
3
MW
09:00am
F
10:00am
Crosslisted with: KIN3042
Restricted to K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the
professional program. Student must register in person,
CB 119A.
Biomech Hum Movt
3
MW
09:00am
F
01:10pm
Crosslisted with: KIN3042
Restricted to K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the
professional program. Students must register in
person, CB 119A.
Prev Care Athl Inj
2
MW
12:00pm
Rehab Athl Inj
3
TR
11:00am
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Understand Skill Acquisition
3
TR
11:00am
TR
11:00am
Restricted to K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the
professional program. Students must register in person,
CB 119A.
KIN 3115 (All Sections): Cross listed with ZOO 3115
Hum Sys Physiology
4
MWF
08:00am
Students must enroll in a laboratory section
Enrollment preference given to Physiology, Zoology,
Biology, Pharmacy or Kinesiology majors. Pre-requisite
of C in Biology and Chemistry strictly enforced
Laboratory
0
M
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
M
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
T
07:00pm
Laboratory
0
W
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
W
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
01:10pm
Laboratory
0
R
04:10pm
Laboratory
0
F
02:10pm
Shrt: Kin Undergrd
1-6
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Intern Experience
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Research Exp K&H
3-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Motor Behavior
3
MW
11:00am
T
03:10pm
T
03:10pm
Crosslisted with: KIN4020
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
Motor Behavior
3
MW
11:00am
R
05:10pm
R
05:10pm
Crosslisted with: KIN4020
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
111
Bldg Room Instructor
CB
CB
137
120
Dai
09:50am
11:50am
CB
CB
137
120
Dai
09:50am
03:00pm
CB
CB
137
120
Dai
12:50pm
12:15pm
CB
CB
202
202
Knerr
Knerr
12:15pm
12:15pm
CB
CB
GYM
137
08:50am
CR
306
Cherrington
03:40pm
06:40pm
03:40pm
09:30pm
03:40pm
06:40pm
03:40pm
06:40pm
04:40pm
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
BS
219
219
219
219
219
219
219
219
219
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Cherrington
Wallhead
Zhu
Werhonig
Werhonig
11:50am
05:00pm
05:00pm
CB
CB
CB
138
GYM
202
Zhu
11:50am
07:00pm
07:00pm
CB
CB
CB
138
202
GYM
Zhu
College of Health Sciences
Course #
Sec
20842*
CRN
KIN
4029
01
20843*
KIN
4055
20846*
KIN
4056
20847*
KIN
4056
23854*
KIN
4062
26628*
KIN
4066
KIN
4080
20850*
KIN
4097
20852*
KIN
4097
24228*
KIN
4097
20854*
KIN
4099
20855
KIN
5001
26632*
23859*
KIN
KIN
5020
5056
26633*
KIN
5062
20869*
KIN
5080
26634*
20872*
KIN
KIN
5085
5097
20873*
22808*
KIN
KIN
5586
5586
20874*
20875*
20876*
20879*
20880*
20881*
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
KIN
5900
5920
5940
5960
5980
5990
20848*
USP 03
WC
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Meth Trng & Condting
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
Adapted PE
2
W
04:10pm 06:00pm
Restricted to K&HP & PHET majors admitted to the
professional program. Students must register in person,
CB 119A.
01
Adv Exer Test & Prescrip
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
R
08:00am 09:50am
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
02
Adv Exer Test & Prescrip
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
R
10:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: KIN5056
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
App Con Hum Aging
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: KIN5062
Restricted to K&HP majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
Bio Factors Ex Per
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: KIN5586
01
Assmt in Phys Educ
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
Restricted to PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
Ind Problems
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
02
Prb:Mentoring Human Anatomy 3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
03
Prb:SI
3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Student Teaching PE
9
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
Short Course
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Modal. Admin. AT
3
02
Adv Exer Test & Prescrip
4
MWF
08:00am 08:50am
R
10:00am 11:50am
Crosslisted with: KIN4056
01
App Con Hum Aging
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: KIN4062
01
Invest in Kin & Hlth
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Research Methods
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
01
Ind Problems
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Seminar:
1-6
02
Sem:Bio Fctrs Influ Exer Perf
3
TR
11:00am 12:15pm
Crosslisted with: KIN4066
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
01
Dissertation Research
1-12
01
Internship
1-12
112
Bldg Room Instructor
CB
138
Werhonig
CB
202
Tweeter
CB
CB
202
206
Smith
CB
CB
202
206
Smith
CB
138
Smith
CB
103
Thomas
CB
104
Byra
Wallhead
Smith
Smith
Jenkins
Smith
CB
CB
202
206
CB
138
Thomas
Smith
Smith
Smith
CB
202
CB
103
Readdy
Smith
Smith
Thomas
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Health Education
Online UW Courses:
26402
26403
26404
26405
26406
26408
26409
26410
26411*
HLED
HLED
HLED
HLED
HLED
HLED
HLED
HLED
HLED
1006
1006
1006
1006
2006
2006
2006
4025
4120
40
41
42
43
40
41
42
40
40
22792*
HLED
3020
01
21716*
HLED
4015
21717*
HLED
4016
21718*
HLED
4097
21719*
HLED
5080
21720*
HLED
5097
21724*
26639*
HLED
HLED
5586
5586
20513*
HLED
5587
21725*
21726*
21727*
21728*
HLED
HLED
HLED
HLED
5900
5920
5940
5960
Personal Health
Personal Health
Personal Health
Personal Health
Hlth Elem Educator
Hlth Elem Educator
Hlth Elem Educator
Tchng Senstve Iss in Sexuality
Assessment School Health Ed
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
3
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Baker
McCarrick
Philo
Sanchez
Benham-Deal
Comm & Public Health
3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: HLED5586
01
Intern Exp Health
1-12
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
Research Exp K&H
3-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
Individual Problems
1-9
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Restricted to
K&HP and PHET majors admitted to the professional
program. Students must register in person, CB 119A.
01
Invest in Kin & Health
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Individual Problems
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Seminar:
1-6
02
Seminar: Comm & Public Health 3
TR
02:45pm 04:00pm
Crosslisted with: HLED3020
02
Special Problems
2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practicum in College Teaching
1-3
01
Cont Reg: On Campus
1-2
01
Cont Reg: Off Campus
1-2
01
Thesis Research
1-12
CB
137
Porter
Werhonig
Werhonig
Byra
Smith
Smith
CB
137
Smith
Porter
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Physical Education - Activity
20567*
PEAC
1000
01
22478*
PEAC
1000
02
20568
P
PEAC
1001
01
20569
P
PEAC
1001
02
23240*
P
PEAC
1001
03
20571
P
PEAC
1001
11
20573
P
PEAC
1001
12
All activity courses start 2nd week of classes
PEAC:Administrative
.5
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Special approval required. Please call 766-5449
to enroll.
PEAC:
.5
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Special approval required. Please call 766-5449
to enroll.
Phys Actv Health
1
T
08:00am
PEAC 1001 courses meet the P requirement; Students
must register for both a lecture and an activity section.
Phys Actv Health
1
W
12:00pm
PEAC 1001 courses meet the P requirement; Students
must register for both a lecture and an activity section.
Phys Act Hlth:Administrative
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Special approval required. Please call 766-5449
to enroll.
Exercise Planning for Freshmen 0
M
11:00am
Registration restricted to freshman students only
Racquetball
0
T
02:10pm
113
Byra
Byra
08:50am
CB
137
Staff
12:50pm
CB
137
Staff
Byra
11:50am
HA
FR
Staff
03:00pm
HA
RB
Newlin
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
20574
20576
P
P
PEAC
PEAC
1001
1001
13
14
20577
P
PEAC
1001
15
20578
P
PEAC
1001
16
20579
P
PEAC
1001
17
20580
20581
20582
P
P
P
PEAC
PEAC
PEAC
1001
1001
1001
18
19
20
20583*
P
PEAC
1001
21
23850*
P
PEAC
1001
22
PEAC
1272
01
Zumba
0
W
01:10pm
Rock Climbing
0
T
10:00am
Course meets at the Half Acre Rock Wall.
Rock Climbing
0
R
10:00am
Course meets at the Half Acre Rock Wall.
Rock Climbing
0
W
10:00am
Course meets at Half Acre Rock Wall.
Rock Climbing
0
W
02:10pm
Course meets at Half Acre Rock Wall.
Karate
0
M
03:10pm
Karate
0
R
03:10pm
Horsemanship
0
R
01:10pm
All activity courses start 2nd week of classes. Meet in
Corbett Lobby first session for informational meeting.
Additional $90 fee and proof of accident insurance required.
Scheduled course time incorporates time for driving. Must
have own transportation.
Adapted PE
0
Please call 766-5449 to enroll.
Physical Activity:Completed
0
Please call 766-5449 to enroll.
Cardio Condtng:ROTC
.5
MWF
05:30am
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
20584
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
02:00pm
10:50am
HA
HA
FR Dias de Oliveira
RW
Staff
10:50am
HA
RW
Staff
10:50am
HA
RW
Staff
03:00pm
HA
RW
Staff
04:00pm
04:00pm
04:00pm
CB
CB
CB
GYM
GYM
LOBBY
Travsky
Travsky
Staff
Byra
Byra
07:15am
CB
GYM
Shackelford
Health Sciences 766-6704
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Lisa Shipley (766-6704) or Craig Vaske (766-3499).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
• Enrolled students must attend classes by Tuesday, January 22 or they may be administratively dropped from their Health Sciences classes, allowing
other students to enroll.
• Waitlisted students must attend the first class session and all subsequent class sessions through the drop/add period in order to remain on the waitlist.
20514
IL
HLSC
1010
01
21928
HLSC
1090
01
22454
HLSC
4700
01
Expl Hlth Sciences
2
MW
10:00am 10:50am
Limited to first year students; exceptions should call
307-766-6704 for information.
Waitlisted students must attend first class sessions.
SPARX Intro
1
W
06:00pm 08:10pm
Topic: Understanding Substance Abuse from a Lifespan
Perspective
Course meets first half of semester
Health Info Tech
3
TR
09:35am 10:50am
HS
105
Vaske
HS
449
Hubbell
HS
105
Gantenbein
Human Medicine 766-2496
Courses taught in the School of Human Medicine are reserved for students in the WWAMI Medical Education Program. For more information about the
program, contact Matt McEchron at 766-2496 or the Preprofessional Advising Office in the College of Health Sciences at 766-6704.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
20515*
20516*
20517*
20518*
HM
HM
HM
HM
6521
6523
6531
6532
20519*
20520*
23376*
HM
HM
HM
6534
6535
6553
The following HM courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Microbiology/Inf Disease 1A
4
WF
01:10pm
01
Intro Immunology
2
WF
03:10pm
01
Head/Neck Systems
4
M
08:00am
01
Nervous Systems
5
T
08:10am
R
08:10am
01
Microbiology/Inf Disease 1B
2
M
01:10pm
01
Intro Clin Med
3
W
09:00am
01
Musculoskeletal System
5
MTWRF
04:10pm
114
03:00pm
04:00pm
11:50am
10:50am
10:00am
03:00pm
11:50am
05:00pm
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
459
459
459
459
459
459
459
459
Andrews
Staff
Dreiling
Alexander
Andrews
Staff
Dreiling
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Nursing 766-4291
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Debbie Shoefelt (766-4292).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26850
NURS
26851*
NURS
2240
2340
40
40
26852
26853
26854
26855
26856
26857
26858
26859
26860
26861
26937
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
3010
3010
3010
3010
3020
3020
3020
3045
3045
3045
3250
40
41
42
43
40
41
42
40
41
42
40
D
D
D
26862
26863
26864
26865
26866
26867
26868*
P
P
P
L
L
L
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
3630
3630
3630
4055
4055
4055
4250
40
41
42
40
41
42
40
26869
26870
26871
26872
26873
26874
26875
26876
26877*
26878*
26879*
26880*
WC
WC
WC
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
4255
4255
4255
4355
4355
4355
4985
4985
5026
5285
5395
5500
40
41
42
40
41
42
40
41
40
40
40
40
21744*
IL
NURS
1000
01
Medical Terminology
3
Dev Influences on Hlth
3
Basic BSN students will be given enrollment preference.
Others may be dropped due to over enrollment.
Intro Higher Ed/Nurs
3
Intro Higher Ed/Nurs
3
Intro Higher Ed/Nurs
3
Intro Higher Ed/Nurs
3
Cltrl Dvrsty Fam Hlth Care
3
Cltrl Dvrsty Fam Hlth Care
3
Cltrl Dvrsty Fam Hlth Care
3
Advanced Assessment RN
3
Advanced Assessment RN
3
Advanced Assessment RN
3
Health Psychology
3
Crosslisted with: PSYC3250
Health Promotion
4
Health Promotion
4
Health Promotion
4
Evidence-Based RN
3
Evidence-Based RN
3
Evidence-Based RN
3
Leadership in Nursing
3
For Basic BSN students only.
Nursing Leadership
3
Nursing Leadership
3
Nursing Leadership
3
Public/Community Health
3
Public/Community Health
3
Public/Community Health
3
RN/BSN Capstone
3
RN/BSN Capstone
3
Research Adv Prac
3
Teaching Methods & Eval
3
Practicum in Nursing Ed
3
Iss Rural Adv Prac
3
Painter
Raska
Diaz Swearingen
Diaz Swearingen
Staff
Staff
Hager
Staff
Staff
Hager
Staff
Staff
Nieuwsma
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Robinson
Williams
Staff
Staff
Johnson
Staff
Staff
Wolff
Hager
Bowen
Purtzer
Clarke
Steiner
Intl Comm Nursing
1
M
03:00pm 04:00pm HS
105
Diebert
Majors only
21364*
D
NURS 3020 01
Cltrl Dvrsty Fam Hlth Care
3
M
01:00pm 03:40pm HS
364
Purtzer
Admission into the nursing major component of Basic BSN
required
22800*
NURS 3840 01
Adult Health II
3
M
09:00am 11:40am HS
364
Retz
Admission into the nursing major component of Basic BSN
required
22801*
NURS 3842 01
Care of Older Adult
3
W
09:00am 11:40am HS
364
Mallett
Admisson into the nursing major component of Basic BSN
required
22802*
NURS 3844 01
Mental Hlth & Illness
3
F
09:00am 11:40am HS
364
Staff
Admission into the nursing major component of Basic BSN
required
NURS 3875 (All Sections): Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only. Admission into the nursing major component of Basic BSN required.
Enroll in any available section.
22803*
NURS 3875 01
Nursing Prac: Adult Health II
4
TR
Staff
22804*
NURS 3875 02
Nursing Prac: Adult Health II
4
TR
Staff
22805*
NURS 3875 03
Nursing Prac: Adult Health II
4
TR
Staff
22806*
NURS 3875 04
Nursing Prac: Adult Health II
4
TR
Staff
24715*
NURS 3875 05
Nursing Prac: Adult Health II
4
TR
Staff
26300*
NURS 3875 06
Nursing Prac: Adult Health II
4
TR
Staff.
115
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
21365*
21739*
21741*
21742*
21821*
21822*
26609
CS
Course #
Sec
Course Title
NURS
01
Independent Study
4750
Cr Hrs Days
1-4
MWF
M
M
TRS
WF
Times
08:00am
04:00pm
12:10pm
08:00am
12:00pm
08:50am
08:00pm
12:50pm
08:00pm
08:00pm
Bldg Room Instructor
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Contact department for Professor/section choice
NURS 4875 (All Sections): Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only. For Basic BSN only-not for RNs;
Clinical assignments made by coordinator; Enroll in any available section.
NURS 4875 01
Capstone Practicum
12
NURS 4875 02
Capstone Practicum
12
NURS 4875 03
Capstone Practicum
12
NURS 4875 04
Capstone Practicum
12
NURS 4875 05
Capstone Practicum
12
NURS 4960 01
Womens Bodies and Minds
3
T
04:00pm 06:50pm CR
Crosslisted with: WMST4960 WMST5000
364
364
364
364
364
144
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Pharmacy 766-6120
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Manager of Student Services, Maria Bennett (766-6132) or School of Pharmacy Dean John H. Vandel (766-6120).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26423
PHCY
26424
PHCY
4450
4470
40
40
Pathophysiology
Fund Pharmacology
20592
20593
20594
20595
20596
21673
21674
21675
21676
20597
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
4160
4170
4450
5140
6102
6103
6104
6104
6104
6110
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
03
01
26055
20598
PHCY
PHCY
6152
6170
01
01
20599
PHCY
6211
01
20600
PHCY
6231
01
20601
20602
20611
20612
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
PHCY
6231
6241
6251
6270
20
01
01
01
20878
PHCY
6285
01
20613
20840
PHCY
PHCY
6342
6343
01
01
21679
PHCY
6351
01
21680
PHCY
6354
01
22796
PHCY
6354
02
22797
PHCY
6354
03
Problems:Pharmacy
1
Sem:Medication Errors
1
F
11:00am
Pathophysiology
4
MTWRF
08:00am
Thera Primary Prov
4
Biopharm Pkinetic
4
MW
10:00am
Sterile Products
2
TR
08:00am
Sterile Products Laboratory
1
T
02:10pm
Sterile Products Laboratory
1
W
02:10pm
Sterile Products Laboratory
1
R
02:10pm
Med Nat Pr Chem 1
3
MWF
09:00am
Students must reserve Mondays from 5-6 for exams.
Therapeutics I
3
T
01:10pm
Pra: Introductory
1
M
01:10pm
Some course activities will occur outside of normal class
time.
Med Nat Pr Chm III
3
MWF
10:00am
M
05:00pm
Students must reserve Mondays from 5-6 pm for exams.
Pharmacology II
4
MWF
08:00am
Students must enroll in a discussion section
Discussion
0
R
02:10pm
Org/Soc Iss In Hlth Care
3
MWF
09:00am
Therapeutics II
3
T
01:10pm
Pra: Intermediate
1
W
11:00am
Small group patient case presentations will be scheduled
outside of normal class time.
Sem:Drg Use Proces
1
W
01:10pm
Meets for the second half of the semester
Pharmacy Administ
3
TR
09:00am
Pharmacoeconomics
2
TR
10:25am
Course meets the first half of the semester
Therapeutics IV
4
W
01:10pm
W
09:00am
Pharm Pract Lab
2
M
02:10pm
T
09:00am
Pharm Pract Lab
2
MW
02:10pm
R
09:00am
Pharm Pract Lab
2
M
02:10pm
F
10:00am
4
4
116
Eliason
Culver
11:50am
08:50am
HS
CR
427
133
11:50am
08:50am
05:00pm
05:00pm
05:00pm
09:50am
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
427
427
395
395
395
427
Thyagarajan
Petrie
Clark
Staff
Thyagarajan
Teixeira
Teixeira
Teixeira
Teixeira
Dolence
04:00pm
02:00pm
HS
HS
427
427
Woods
Krueger
10:50am
06:00pm
HS
HS
463
463
Dolence
08:50am
HS
427
Ren
04:00pm
09:50am
04:00pm
11:50am
HS
HS
HS
HS
427
463
463
463
Ren
Krueger
Mahvan
Krueger
03:00pm
HS
427
Kobulnicky
10:15am
12:15pm
HS
HS
463
463
Kobulnicky
Martin
02:00pm
11:50am
05:00pm
10:50am
05:00pm
11:50am
05:00pm
12:50pm
AG
AG
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
1032
1032
427
395
427
395
427
395
Petrie
Bruch
Bruch
Bruch
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
21681
PHCY
6370
01
24121
PHCY
6550
01
Adv Pharm Exp Orientation
1
T
01:10pm 02:00pm
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
One required three hour lab session and one required 30
minute advising session will be scheduled outside normal
class time.
Adv Cardio Phys/Pharm
3
MF
01:15pm 02:25pm
Bldg Room Instructor
EN
1045
ED
021
Harshberger
Ren
Social Work 766-6112
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: our office to set up an appointment with Carolyn Haney, BSW Coordinator.
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26673
LO
SOWK 1900
40
26899
26927
SOWK 3540
SOWK 4083
40
40
26926
SOWK 4780
40
26898
26928
SOWK 5081
SOWK 5083
40
40
26334
SOWK 5800
40
26893
SOWK 5810
40
Women & Leadership
Crosslisted with: WMST1900
Human Behavior & Soc Env II
SOWK & Health Care
Crosslisted with: SOWK5083
Seminar:Trauma infrmd Care
Crosslisted with: SOWK5800
Assessment and The DSM
SOWK & Health Care
Crosslisted with: SOWK4083
Sem:Trauma-informed Care
Crosslisted with: SOWK4780
Work w/ Child & Fam Schools
21018
21019
24543
SOWK 2000
SOWK 3540
SOWK 3640
01
01
01
Intro Social Work
Human Behavior & Soc Env II
SW Methods II
24544
SOWK 3650
01
24758
CS
SOWK 4020
01
21021
24545
24546
26663
WC
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
4570
4850
4850
4881
01
01
02
01
26665*
SOWK 4980
01
21022*
SOWK 4990
01
24547
25727*
SOWK 4992
SOWK 5000
01
01
25728*
SOWK 5000
02
24759
SOWK 5020
01
24551
SOWK 5121
01
24548
SOWK 5210
01
G
3
Shea
3
3
Haney
Overstreet
3
Theobald
3
3
Kempson
Overstreet
3
Staff
3
Haney
TR
08:10am
T
01:20pm
T
11:00am
T
09:35am
Gen SW Practice 3, Comm
3
R
09:35am
R
11:00am
Disability Studies Theory
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: SOWK5020 WIND4020 WIND5020
Research-Informed Practice
3
T
01:20pm
Human Rights & Soc Justice
3
R
01:20pm
Human Rights & Soc Justice
3
TR
11:00am
Intl Soc Welfare & Soc Dev
3
T
05:00pm
Crosslisted with: INST4881 SOWK5881
Ind Study: Honduras
3
Crosslisted with: SOWK5975
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Social Work Practicum
5-10
Requires permission from instructor the semester before
registering; additional fee of $15 per credit required
SW Comp Assess II
2
T
09:00am
Tp:School SW Practicum I
3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Tp:School SW Project
1
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Disabilities Support
3
TR
09:35am
Crosslisted with: SOWK4020 WIND4020 WIND5020
Gen SW Comp Asst, II
1
U
12:00pm
U
12:00pm
U
12:00pm
U
12:00pm
U
12:00pm
Meets Jan 27, Feb 17, Mar 10, Apr 7 & Apr 28
Hum Beh/Soc Environmt II
3
S
09:00am
S
09:00am
S
09:00am
S
09:00am
S
09:00am
Meets Jan 26, Feb 16, Mar 9, Apr 6 & Apr 27
117
3
3
3
09:25am
04:10pm
12:15pm
10:50am
10:50am
12:15pm
10:50am
CR
EN
AN
EN
EN
AN
EN
215
3106
150
3110
3110
150
1044
04:10pm
04:10pm
12:15pm
08:00pm
ED
EN
AG
EN
47
1044
41
2100
Overstreet
Hubbell
Lowe
Thompson-Ebanks
Jarman
Mahapatra
Mahapatra
Mahapatra
Schatz
Overstreet
Dole-Izzo
11:00am
AS
401
Dole-Izzo
Haney
Haney
10:50am
EN
1044
03:00pm
03:00pm
03:00pm
03:00pm
03:00pm
12:00pm
12:00pm
12:00pm
12:00pm
12:00pm
Jarman
Dole-Izzo
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
149
149
149
149
149
Nunez
College of Health Sciences
Course #
Sec
Course Title
24549
CRN
USP 03
SOWK 5310
01
Generalist Practice II
21024*
SOWK 5460
24552
SOWK 5700
24553
SOWK 5705
24550
SOWK 5750
23762
23763
23764
23768
23769
26308
26309
21025*
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
25574
SOWK 5856
26664
SOWK 5881
21026
22482
22483
23729
23730
26335*
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
SOWK
5755
5755
5755
5755
5755
5755
5755
5850
5960
5960
5960
5960
5960
5975
Cr Hrs Days
Times
S
01:30pm 05:30pm
S
09:00am 05:30pm
S
09:00am 05:30pm
S
09:00am 05:30pm
S
01:30pm 05:30pm
Meets Jan 26 1:30-5:30pm; Feb 16, Mar 9, Apr 6 9-5:30pm; &
Apr 27 1:30-5:30pm
01
Field Practicum II
5-10
Requires permission from instructor the semester before
registering; additional fee of $15 per credit required
01
Adv Pract Chld Fam
3
S
09:00am 05:30pm
S
01:30pm 05:30pm
S
01:30pm 05:30pm
S
09:00am 05:30pm
S
09:00am 05:30pm
U
12:00pm 03:00pm
U
12:00pm 03:00pm
U
12:00pm 03:00pm
U
12:00pm 03:00pm
U
12:00pm 03:00pm
Meets Sat-Jan 26 1:30-5:30pm; Feb 16, Mar 9, Apr 6 9-5:30pm
& Apr 27 1:30-5:30pm
Meets Sun-Jan 27; Feb 17; Mar 10; Apr 7; & Apr 28-12-3pm
01
SW Ldrshp Suprv Admin
3
R
04:00pm 06:50pm
S
09:00am 12:00pm
S
09:00am 12:00pm
Meets every Thursday evening via video conferencing.
Meets Jan. 26, Apr. 27 face to face
01
Appl Res: Prac Eval
3
R
07:00pm 09:00pm
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
Meets every Thursday evening via video conferencing.
Meets Jan 27, Feb 17, Mar 10, Apr 7 & Apr 28
SOWK 5755 (All Sections): Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Practice Evaluation
1-12
02
Practice Evaluation
1-12
03
Practice Evaluation
1-12
04
Practice Evaluation
1-12
05
Practice Evaluation
1-12
06
Practice Evaluation
1-12
07
Practice Evaluation
1-12
01
Field Practicum III
5-10
Requires permission from instructor the semester before
registering; additional fee of $15 per credit required
01
Adv Gen SW Comp Assess 2
1
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
U
08:00am 11:00am
Meets Jan 27, Feb 17, Mar 10, Apr 7 & Apr 28
01
Intl Soc Welfare & Soc Dev
3
T
05:00pm 08:00pm
Crosslisted with: INST4881 SOWK4881
The following 5900-level courses are Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Thesis Research
2-12
02
Thesis Research
2
03
Thesis Research
2
04
Thesis Research
2-12
05
Thesis Research
2-12
01
Ind Study: Honduras
3
Crosslisted with: SOWK4980
Bldg Room Instructor
3
118
Lowe
Dole-Izzo
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
147
147
147
147
147
147
147
147
147
147
Kempson
CR
CR
CR
141
141
141
Schatz
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
149
149
149
149
149
149
Lowe
Schatz
Kempson
Mahapatra
Thompson-Ebanks
Lowe
Haney
Dole-Izzo
Dole-Izzo
CR
CR
CR
CR
CR
137
137
137
137
137
EN
2100
Dole-Izzo
Schatz
Schatz
Kempson
Mahapatra
Thompson-Ebanks
Lowe
Overstreet
College of Health Sciences
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Wyoming Institute for Disabilities 766-2761
Prompt, accurate and personalized academic advising is a top priority at the University of Wyoming. If you need advising assistance or have advising
concerns, please contact: Advising Coordinator Michelle Jarman (766-5060).
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
26481
D
WIND
2700
01
21669
CS
WIND
4020
01
23938
22744
27099
WIND
WIND
WIND
4050
4500
4990
01
01
01
23152
WIND
4990
02
21670
WIND
5020
01
23939*
24688
WIND
WIND
5050
5100
01
01
Gender & Disabilities
3
TR
Crosslisted with: WMST2700
Disability Studies Theory
3
TR
Crosslisted with: SOWK4020 SOWK5020 WIND5020
Independent Study
1-3
Practicum
3
Tp: Disability Policy & Law
3
MW
Crosslisted with: WIND5100
Workshop: Poetry & Identity
3
MWF
Crosslisted with: ENGL4050 WMST4500 WMST5000
Disability Studies Theory
3
TR
Crosslisted with: SOWK4020 SOWK5020 WIND4020
Independent Study
1-3
Tp: Disability Policy & Law
3
MW
Crosslisted with: WIND4990
119
01:20pm 02:35pm
EN
4066
Jarman
09:35am 10:50am
EN
1044
Jarman
01:20pm 02:35pm
EN
2101
Jarman
Jarman
Heinlein
02:10pm 03:00pm
HO
215
Pafunda
09:35am 10:50am
EN
1044
Jarman
01:20pm 02:35pm
EN
2101
Jarman
Heinlein
Honors Program
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Honors Program 766-4110
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26911
CHG
HP
2151
40
26910
CAD
HP
3153
40
20521
20522
20523
20524
20525
20526
22782
23174
23352
24881
24882
26580
21970
23901
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CHG
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
1161
2151
24885
25427
CHG
HP
HP
2151
2151
27059
22819
CHG
CAG
HP
HP
2151
2153
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
3151
3151
3152
3153
3153
4151
4151
4152
4152
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4975
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4976
4990
25380
21965
26631
23286
23746
26600
26614
24887
27061
22104*
22547*
22561*
22858*
22861*
25641*
25646*
25650*
25681*
25757*
26006*
24022*
24023*
24046*
24047*
24048*
25645*
25687*
25697*
25758*
25823*
25824*
25834*
25844*
25609*
25826*
26007*
26618*
CH
CS
CA
CAD
CSD
CS
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
WC
Non-West Perspect:Japns Cultur 3
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
Modes of Understanding Hip Hop 3
HP 1161 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a discussion section
01
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
MWF
01:10pm
02
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
TR
09:35am
03
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
TR
11:00am
04
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
TR
08:10am
05
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
TR
09:35am
06
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
MWF
09:00am
07
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
MWF
10:00am
08
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
MWF
01:10pm
09
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
MWF
02:10pm
10
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
MWF
02:10pm
11
Fr Honors Colloq II
3
MWF
11:00am
12
Fr Honors Colloq II
MWF
12:00pm
20
Discussion
0
01
NW:Modern China
3
TR
11:00am
Meets non-Western certification for A&S
02
NW: Whose Nature?
3
TR
02:45pm
03
NW:Mod Jap Society Culture
3
MWF
10:00am
Meets Non-Western Certification for A&S.
04
Empire Writes Back
3
MWF
11:00am
01
NW:Bali Life and Art
3
F
02:10pm
Meets non-Western certification for A&S
01
Modes:Concept of Holy War
3
W
04:10pm
02
Modes:What to Think About
3
TR
11:00am
02
Modes: DNA in Society
3
TR
09:35am
01
Modes:Iv Cultural Id
3
TR
01:20pm
02
Modes:American Pop Music
3
TR
01:20pm
01
Sm: From Baggs to Broadway!
3
T
04:00pm
02
Sm: Spirituality and Hunting
3
T
04:00pm
01
Sem:Crime/Dev in Rurual Ameri 3
TR
09:35am
02
Modes: Society, Space & Future 3
TR
11:00am
01
Independent Study
3
02
Independent Study
3
03
Independent Study
3
04
Independent Study
3
05
Independent Study
3
06
Independent Study
3
07
Independent Study
3
08
Independent Study
3
09
Independent Study
3
10
Independent Study
3
21
Independent Study
1-3
01
Independent Study
1-3
02
Independent Study
1-3
03
Independent Study
1-3
04
Independent Study
1-3
05
Independent Study
1-3
06
Independent Study
1-3
07
Independent Study
1-3
08
Independent Study
1-3
09
Independent Study
1-3
10
Independent Study
1-3
11
Independent Study
1-3
12
Independent Study
1-3
13
Independent Study
1-3
14
Independent Study
1-3
15
Independent Study
1-3
16
Independent Study
1-3
01
Plant-Insect Biology
2
R
02:45pm
Crosslisted with: BOT4790
120
Miles
Molina
02:00pm
10:50am
12:15pm
09:25am
10:50am
09:50am
10:50am
02:00pm
03:00pm
03:00pm
11:50am
12:50pm
HRH
HRH
HRH
HRH
RH
AS
AS
AS
CR
HRH
CR
HRH
114
114
114
114
339
226
226
226
137
114
137
114
12:15pm
RH
339
Bergstraesser
Panozzo
Panozzo
Panozzo
Fall
Kenworthy
Kenworthy
Kenworthy
Sweeney
Bergstraesser
Abraham
Abraham
Staff
Fall
04:00pm
10:50am
RH
CR
339
149
Carlson
Miles
11:50am
05:00pm
HRH 114
FA
120
Kenworthy
Garnett
07:00pm
12:15pm
10:50am
02:35pm
02:35pm
06:30pm
07:00pm
10:50am
12:15pm
HRH
CR
EN
AC
AG
FA
HRH
EN
ED
114
149
3114
202
4041
111
114
2105
45
04:00pm
ED
021
Abraham
Goodin
Rothfuss
Panozzo
Weaver
Selting
Staff
Weaver
Weaver
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Staff
Brown
Information Literacy/Air Force & Army ROTC
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Information Literacy 766-3859
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
Online UW Courses:
26413
L
LBRY
3010
40
Research from a Distance
1
22779
3020
01
Mgng/Navigating World of Info
3
L
LBRY
Goldenstein
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
CL
218
Mayer
WH
WH
AG
240
Hostetler
240
Hostetler
AUD Bates-Paschal
WH
WH
AG
240
Hostetler
240
Hostetler
AUD Bates-Paschal
WH
WH
AG
115 Bates-Paschal
115 Bates-Paschal
AUD Bates-Paschal
WH
WH
AG
115
Anderson
115
Anderson
AUD Bates-Paschal
WH
WH
WH
WH
434
434
434
240
Herrmann
Herrmann
Herrmann
Herrmann
WH
WH
434
434
WH
240
Steiert
Steiert
Steiert
Steiert
WH
WH
434
434
WH
WH
240
434
WH
240
Day
WH
434
WH
WH
240
434
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Air Force ROTC 766-2338
20123
20124
20126
AIR
AIR
AIR
1020
1020
1020
20129
20130
20131
AIR
AIR
AIR
2020
2020
2020
AIR
AIR
AIR
3020
3020
3020
AIR
AIR
AIR
4020
4020
4020
20133
20135
20136
20137
20138
20139
CS
CS
CS
AIR 1020 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
Found of Air Power
1.5
W
10:00am 10:50am
02
Found of Air Power
1.5
R
01:20pm 02:10pm
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
AIR 2020 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
Evol of Air Power II
1.5
W
01:10pm 02:00pm
02
Evol of Air Power II
1.5
R
10:00am 10:50am
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
AIR 3020 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
AF Leadership II
3
W
09:00am 11:50am
02
AF Leadership II
3
R
03:10pm 06:00pm
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
AIR 4020 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
Natl Security Affairs II
3
T
03:10pm 06:00pm
02
Natl Security Affairs II
3
W
12:10pm 03:00pm
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
Army ROTC 766-3390
20274
20278
20280
20282
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
1020
1020
1020
1020
22365
22368
22369
22370
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
2020
2020
2020
2020
20288
20290
22886
20292
20294
23345
22593
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
3020
3020
3020
3020
3026
3060
3070
20296
ARMY 4016
22371
22372
22373
20297
22374
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
ARMY
4020
4020
4020
4026
4975
ARMY 1010 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
Dynmics of Ldrshp II
2
MW
09:00am 09:50am
02
Dynmics of Ldrshp II
2
TR
09:35am 10:25am
03
Dynmics of Ldrshp II
2
00:00am 00:01am
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
ARMY 2020 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
App Ldrshp Skls & Sml Un Mgmt 2
MW
10:00am 10:50am
02
App Ldrshp Skls & Sml Un Mgmt 2
TR
11:00am 11:50am
03
App Ldrshp Skls & Sml Un Mgmt 2
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
ARMY 3020 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
Leadershp & Tac II
3
MW
11:00am 11:50am
02
Leadershp & Tac II
3
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
03
Leadershp & Tac II
3
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
Assessment of Trng
1
W
05:10pm 06:00pm
01
PRA:Ranger Challenge
1
01
Cadet Prof Dev Pra
2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
01
Staff Offr Prac II
1
W
05:10pm 06:00pm
ARMY 4020 (All Sections): Students must enroll in a laboratory section
01
Dyn of Mil Org II
2
M
05:10pm 07:00pm
02
Dyn of Mil Org II
2
10
Laboratory
0
W
03:10pm 05:00pm
01
Prep of Training
1
M
03:10pm 04:00pm
01
Mil Science Ind Stdy
1
121
Hulin
Hulin
Hulin
Hulin
Hulin
Williams
Hulin
Biomedical Sciences/ENR/ERS
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
24554
BMS
5980
01
24535
BMS
5985
01
Dissertation Research
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Seminar
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
Biomedical Sciences 766-6310
1-24
Roth
1
Nair
Environment and Natural Resources 766-5080
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
26492
26479*
22393
23300
G
ENR
ENR
ENR
ENR
2000
2800
4600
4890
01
01
01
04
20955*
25397*
WC
WC
ENR
ENR
4900
4900
01
02
24639*
ENR
4950
01
20956
ENR
4970
01
22394
27101
23305
ENR
ENR
ENR
5600
5890
5890
01
02
04
23835*
23847
24821*
ENR
ENR
ENR
5890
5890
5900
07
08
01
24824*
24646*
ENR
ENR
5900
5950
02
01
Environ & Society
3
Intro to Outdoor Leadership
2
Campus Sustainability
3
Tp:Econ of Nat Res Scarcity
3
Crosslisted with: ECON4420 ENR5890
ENV Assessment
3
ENV Assessment:in EU
3
Crosslisted with: ENR5900
Leadership for Nat Res Mgmt
2
Crosslisted with: ENR5950 ERS4950
ENR Internship
1-6
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Campus Sustainability
3
Environmental Science
3
Tp:Econ of Nat Res Scarcity
3
Crosslisted with: ECON4420 ENR4890
Tp:ENR Internship
1-6
Tp:Western Water Issues
3
Env Assessment:in EU
3
Crosslisted with: ENR4900
Env Assessment: Pinedale
3
Leadership for Nat Res Mgmt
2
Crosslisted with: ENR4950 ERS4950
TR
T
M
W
08:10am
02:40pm
06:00pm
06:00pm
09:25am
04:30pm
08:45pm
09:00pm
CR
HA
CR
BU
137
116
115
210
TR
MWF
02:45pm 04:00pm
11:00am 11:50am
CR
AG
103
2024
T
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
149
Carlson
McCoy
Mittelstaedt
Tschirhart
Tinker
Lauenroth
Peacock
Bourque
M
CR
137
W
06:00pm 08:45pm
00:00am 00:01am
06:00pm 09:00pm
BU
210
Mittelstaedt
Sivanpillai
Tschirhart
TR
MWF
04:15pm 05:45pm
11:00am 11:50am
CR
AG
115
2024
Bourque
MacDonnell
Lauenroth
T
T
06:00pm 09:00pm
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
CR
221
149
Korfanta
Peacock
Energy Resource Management and Development 766-6879
An asterisk ( * ) following the course reference number (CRN) indicates controlled enrollment. You must contact the appropriate academic department
to obtain permission to register for the course and for professor/section choice.
23333
CSG
ERS
1300
01
24687*
ERS
4950
01
25493*
23899*
24265*
ERS
ERS
ERS
4965
4970
4975
01
01
01
Oil:Business, Culture, Power
3
Crosslisted with: ECON1300
Leadership for Nat Res Mgmt
2
Crosslisted with: ENR4950 ENR5950
Undergraduate Research
1-3
Intern in Energy Res Science
1-3
Global Exper Energy Res Sci
2-4
122
TR
01:20pm 02:35pm
BU
AUD
T
02:45pm 04:00pm
CR
149
Considine
Peacock
Roth
Roth
Roth
LCCC Mathematics/UWYO
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
LCCC Mathematics 766-2514
Please note that credit hours are for fee purposes only. No credit will be earned for these courses. Math 0900, 0921, 0925 (All Sections):
These courses do not count toward full time enrollment for purposes of maintaining a full Hathaway Scholarship.
If you are receiving a Hathaway Scholarship, please consult with your adviser or the Student Financial Aid Office
regarding how taking this course may impact your eligibility.
20890
MATH 0900 31
LC:Pre-Algebra
3
TR
05:30pm 07:00pm EN
1044
Staff
20891
MATH 0900 32
LC:Pre-Algebra
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am EN
2105
Staff
20892
MATH 0921 31
LC: Algebra I
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am EN
2108
Vasek
20893
MATH 0921 32
LC: Algebra I
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am EN
2105
Vasek
20894
MATH 0921 33
LC: Algebra I
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am EN
2102
Vasek
20895
MATH 0921 34
LC: Algebra I
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
2102
Staff
20896
MATH 0925 31
LC:Algebra II
3
MWF
09:00am 09:50am EN
3106
Staff
20897
MATH 0925 32
LC:Algebra II
3
MWF
10:00am 10:50am BU
111
Zavorka
20898
MATH 0925 33
LC:Algebra II
3
MWF
11:00am 11:50am EN
2105
Staff
20899
MATH 0925 34
LC:Algebra II
3
MWF
12:00pm 12:50pm EN
2105
Zavorka
20900
MATH 0925 35
LC:Algebra II
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm EN
2102
Staff
University of Wyoming
23535
25274*
27026*
23407*
22541
IL
IL
UWYO 1210
01
UWYO
UWYO
UWYO
UWYO
01
02
02
03
1450
1450
4000
4000
FYE Seminar II
1
R
02:45pm 04:00pm
Enrollment is restricted to students in Student Success
Services. Prerequisite: UWYO 1205
Critical Reflection
3
MWF
01:10pm 02:00pm
Critical Reflection
3
W
02:10pm 03:00pm
Study Abroad
6-15
Study Abroad:JD students
12
123
CR
149
Burleson
BC
BU
227
110
Jones
Bailey
Staff
Staff
College of Law
CRN
USP 03
Course #
Sec
Course Title
Cr Hrs Days
23967
20841
22058
20845
23975
24613
24614
24615
24616
23976
20849
23963
20853
26552
27072
20856
20844
20858
23966
20859
20877
20839
26643
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
6140
6210
6220
6230
6250
6260
6260
6260
6260
6260
6320
6340
6420
6565
6565
6570
6620
6640
6645
6660
6670
6675
6700
01
01
01
01
02
01
02
03
04
05
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
20860
20861
23970
26659
26658
20865
24675
20866
24787
26656
22538
24169
24673
24674
24790
25455
25580
20867
26551
20868
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
LAW
6720
6725
6760
6810
6840
6850
6880
6910
6910
6910
6915
6915
6915
6915
6915
6915
6915
6920
6920
6930
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
04
03
04
05
06
07
08
11
02
03
01
20870
LAW
6930
02
20871
LAW
6930
03
22060
LAW
6940
01
22061
25698
22063
LAW
LAW
LAW
6940
6940
6950
02
03
01
22065
LAW
6960
01
22064
LAW
6970
01
Criminal Law
3
MW
Contracts II
2
TR
Property II
2
WF
Torts II
2
TR
Constitutional Law I
3
TR
Legal Writing II
2
M
Legal Writing II
2
MW
Legal Writing II
2
T
Legal Writing II
2
W
Legal Writing II
2
Income Taxation
3
MW
Civil Procedure II
2
TRF
Prof Responsibility
3
MWF
Civil Pretrial
3
TR
Civil Pretrial
3
Payment Systems
2
TR
Bankruptcy Law
3
MW
Family Law
3
TR
Children and the Law
3
TR
Environmental Law
3
MW
Estate Planning
2
MW
Gift & Estate Taxation
2
MW
Indian Law
3
TR
Crosslisted with: AIST3300
International Law
3
MW
Intellectual Property
3
MW
Local Government
3
MW
Real Estate Finance
3
WF
Securities Regulation
3
TR
Trial Practice
3
TR
Criminal Adjudication
3
TR
Sem:Education Law
2
W
Sem:Adv Prof Responsibility
2
W
Sem:Adv Water Law
2
W
Tp:Int Human Rts Practicum
3
T
Tp:Econ, Energy, & Environ
3
M
Tp:Legal Drafting
3
TR
Tp:Renewable Energy Resources 3
M
Tp:Nat Resource Litigation
2
T
Tp:Nat Resources Practicum
1
Tp:Estate Planning Practicum
3
R
Skills:Lawyering Skills
2
Skills:Alt. Dispute Resolution
1-2
M
Clinic:Defender Aid
3
R
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Clinic:Legal Svcs/Dm Viol
3
T
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Clinic:Prosecution Assistance
3
T
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Ind:Law Review
1-2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Independent Study
1-2
Ind:Clinic
1-2
Law Review
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Externships
1-3
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Competitions
2
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only
Course is available for 1 - 2 credit hours only.
Times
Bldg Room Instructor
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10:00am
11:00am
09:00am
02:10pm
09:00am
01:10pm
01:10pm
03:10pm
03:10pm
11:15am
11:50am
09:50am
03:00pm
10:15am
02:50pm
02:00pm
04:50pm
04:50pm
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
178
178
178
178
178
186
178
182
178
Courselle
McEchron
Romero
Jackson
Feldman
Smith
Chestek
Donahue
Staff
Staff
Robinson
Parkinson
Easton
Chestek
Staff
Staff
Welle
Bridgeman
Playton
Kalen
Rampulla
Robinson
Donahue
01:10pm
01:10pm
08:00am
01:10pm
02:25pm
02:00pm
09:25am
02:25pm
LS
LS
LS
LS
170
178
170
182
10:00am
01:10pm
11:00am
09:30am
08:00am
08:00am
09:00am
10:50am
02:25pm
12:15pm
10:45am
09:40am
09:40am
10:15am
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
186
186
182
170
186
LS
180
03:10pm
11:00am
01:10pm
11:00am
10:00am
04:00pm
08:30am
02:10pm
09:00am
03:10pm
03:30pm
06:00pm
09:30am
02:10pm
10:30am
04:25pm
12:15pm
02:25pm
12:15pm
11:15am
05:15pm
09:45am
03:50pm
10:40am
04:50pm
04:15pm
08:40pm
10:45am
04:40pm
12:10pm
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
182
182
170
186
178
186
180
180
191
191
182
182
178
180
10:00am 11:40am
LS
191
03:30pm 05:10pm
03:30pm 05:30pm
LS
LS
186
180
Pritchett
Wilson
Staff
Romero
Welle
Jackson
Jackson
Parkinson
Burman
MacDonnell
Pritchett
Freudenthal
McEchron
Kalen
Staff
MacDonnell
Schneider
Staff
Jenkins
Courselle
02:45pm 04:45pm
LS
243
Burman
04:10pm 06:00pm
LS
180
Jackson
MacDonnell
Staff
Bridgeman
MacDonnell
Jenkins
Bridgeman
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