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Spring 2016 Class Schedule

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  • Note these abbreviations for the days of the week: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday, U-Sunday
  • Building names are abbreviated and can be determined by looking at the Campus Map.
  • Sections that have not been assigned an instructor are listed with "staff."
  • Classes that have not been assigned a classroom are listed with "TBA."
  • Classes that do not have a standard meeting pattern are listed with "ARR."


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Course Title of Course Credit Ref. No. Section Day Hour Bldg. Room Instructor Consent Required Seats Remaining Status
H2 European Cultures, Hist 3.0 17896 LEC 0001 TR 10:00A - 11:15A MNLC 00151 Cline,Shelly Marie No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic
H3 Anchor III Special Topic 3.0 17901 LEC 0001 MWF 1:00P - 1:50P HH 00109 Williams,Austin Rand No 27 OPEN
Regular Academic
Topics: Public Urban Education
102 Intro-Urban Studies 3.0 16740 LEC 0001 TR 1:00P - 2:15P KH 00209 Frank,Stephanie B No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
103 Muse 3.0 16739 LEC 0001 MWF 12:00P - 12:50P HH 00312 McClure,Sara No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
108 Surfing the Matrix 3.0 17479 LEC 0001 TR 11:30A - 12:45P BEH 00211 Byrd,Lori R No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
108 Surfing the Matrix 3.0 17480 LEC 0002 TR 4:00P - 5:15P BEH 00211 Castleman,Tiffany Le No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic
199 Anchor I Special Topics 3.0 15791 LEC 0003 MW 4:00P - 5:15P BEH 00212 Mendes,Anthony Manue No 20 OPEN
Note: You don’t have to be a biologist or chemist to take this course, but you do need an interest in science and in innovating to solve problems. All disciplines—including all of the medical arts, physical and social sciences, and fine arts—are welcome. People who take this course, at the intersection biological sciences with entrepreneurship and innovation, will be able to identify opportunities to use technologies developed in or for the biological sciences to create extraordinary value for society and themselves. Students will learn tools that will enable them to achieve a high degree of economic self-determination, as business owners or working within an existing enterprise. Regular Academic
Topics: Biology Innovation & Entrepren
201 Race in American Film 3.0 16801 LEC 0001 TR 10:00A - 12:15P ARR SEE NOTES Davis,Rebecca Miller No 2 OPEN
Note: Class meets at the Tivoli Manor Square Theater, 4050 Pennsylvania Ave, KCMO. Regular Academic
203 The Tech Enterprise 3.0 16798 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P MNLC 00351-2 Halmen,Ceki No 31 OPEN
Regular Academic
205 Self in a Multicultural 3.0 16545 LEC 0001 M 4:30P - 7:15P EDUC 00115 Shih,Shu-Fen No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
205 Self in a Multicultural 3.0 18163 LEC 0002 TR 1:00P - 2:15P EDUC 00115 Hernandez-Scott,Eric No -6 CLOSED
Regular Academic
212 Critical Issues Women's 3.0 16799 LEC 0001 MW 4:00P - 5:15P HH 00301 Izienicki,Hubert No -4 CLOSED
Regular Academic
214 European Cultures, Hist 3.0 16802 LEC 0001 TR 10:00A - 11:15A MNLC 00151 Cline,Shelly Marie No -1 CLOSED
Regular Academic
214 European Cultures, Hist 3.0 17481 LEC 0002 TR 1:00P - 2:15P RH 00104 Baker,Kenneth Scott No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
218 Introduction to Ethnic S 3.0 17852 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P HH 00301 Cantu,Norma Elia No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
299 Anchor II Special Topics 3.0 15792 LEC 0002 MW 4:00P - 5:15P MNLC 00151 Smith,Dale Warren No 2 OPEN
Note: This course will introduce the major religions of the world--Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Daoism, etc.--as well as traditional small group religions. The course will also look at the introduction of these religions in the United States and how this has created religious diversity in our country. We will have a historical overview of these traditions and study the roles that religious cosmologies, beliefs, ritual practices, ethical values, the performative and visual arts, and understandings of human nature play in the lives of people. In a non-judgmental setting, students will gain an appreciation of the many ways that human beings have striven to live authentic and principled lives, while learning how to compare religions in a neutral fashion. Regular Academic
Topics: Religions of the World
301 Environmental Sustainabi 3.0 17905 LEC 0001 M 5:30P - 8:15P MNLC 00451 Davies,Caroline Pick No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic
302 Archaeology of Ancient D 3.0 16805 LEC 0001 T 5:30P - 8:15P MNLC 00451 Raab,Leonard Mark No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
307 Arch: Frauds & Myths 3.0 16804 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Raab,Ann Margaret No 3 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Regular Academic
308 Ethical Issues-Comp/Eng 3.0 16803 LEC 0001 TR 5:30P - 6:45P FH 00310 Hare,Brian No 14 OPEN
Regular Academic
399 Anchor III Special Topic 3.0 15744 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P BEH 00212 Baker,Lindsey A No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
Topics: Innovation/Aging Population