CCPS Undergraduate Fall 2012  
Session Day Time Course # Section # Course Title Max Enroll Instructor
      Session I    (August 20 - October 15)    
1 DLC DLC COMM265 1W1  WORK GROUP COMMUNICATION 20  
1 DLC DLC CRJS390 1W1 COMMUNITY POLICING 20 RICHARD H. MARTIN
1 DLC OL HIST220 1W1 TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY:  20  
1 DLC   MATH130 1W1 TOPICS IN PRECALCULUS 22 HANI KHOURY
1 DLC OL NUTR206 1W1 NUTRITION 22 STAFF
1 DLC OL ORGL210 1W1 FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP 20 GAIL W. JOHNSON
1 DLC OL ORGL315 1W1 COMMUNICATION FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP 20 STAFF
1 DLC OL ORGL460 1W1 STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP 20 RICHARD R. BOHANNON
1 DLC OL PHIL101 1W1 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 20  
1 DLC OL PSFT305 1W1 CRIME AND DIFFERENCE 20 V. LYNN TANKERSLEY
1 DLC OL PSYC/SOCI 333 1W1 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 20 MARNA BURNS
1 DLC OL PSYC111 1W1 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 20 THOMAS BURNS
1 DLC OL PSYC225 1W1 PRENATAL THROUGH ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 20 KYRA OSMUS
1 FR 6:00-10:15 PM PSFT498 A15 SENIOR SEMINAR 30 V. LYNN TANKERSLEY
1 M/W 3:00-5:00 PM FDLS110 A13 THE CULTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY 30  
1 MO 5:30-9:45 PM COMM171 A11 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING 18  
1 MO 6:00-10:15 PM ENGL277 A11 TOPICS IN U.S. LITERATURE 30  
1 MO 6:00-10:15 PM HIST202 A11 THE UNITED STATES FROM 1877 TO THE PRESENT  30  
1 MO 6:00-10:15 PM INFM210 A11 PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS IN INFORMATICS 25 STAFF
1 MO 6:00-10:15 PM ORGL320 A11 HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS 30 STAFF
1 MO 6:00-10:15 PM SCIE100 A11 METHODS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION 24 STAFF
1 OL OL LBST175 1W1 ACADEMIC WRITING I: EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE 18  
1 T/R 3:00-5:00 PM ENGL100 A12 CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING 30  
1 TH 6:00-10:15 PM COMM270 A14 COMMUNICATION FOR BUSINESS & THE PROFESSIONS 30  
1 TH 6:00-10:15 PM FDLS110 A14 THE CULTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY 30  
1 TH 6:00-10:15 PM INFM212 A14 WEB DEVELOPMENT 25 STAFF
1 TH 6:00-10:15 PM MATH120 A14 BASIC ALGEBRA 25 STAFF
1 TH 6:00-10:15 PM MATH130 A14 TOPICS IN PRECALCULUS 25 STAFF
1 TH 6:00-10:15 PM MATH220 A14 APPLIED STATISTICAL METHODS 25 STAFF
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM CRJS350 A12 THEORETICAL FORENSIC CRIMINALISTICS 30 STEPHEN E. RUEGGER
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM ENGL207/ ENGL407 A12 TOPICS IN WORLD LITERATURE 30  
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM FDLS130 A12 LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION 18  
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM INFM205 A12 SURVEY OF HEALTH INFORMATICS 25 STAFF
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM INSY102 A12 APPLICATION SOFTWARE SUITES 25 STAFF
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM LBST175  A12 ACADEMIC WRITING I: EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE 18  
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM ORGL210 A12 FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP 30 THOMAS E. KAIL
1 TU 6:00-10:15 PM PHIL201 A12 THE SEARCH FOR MEANING 30  
1 WE 6:00-10:15 PM INFM110 A13 INTRO TO INFORMATICS 25 STAFF
1 WE 6:00-10:15 PM LBST175 A13 ACADEMIC WRITING I: EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE 18  
1 WE 6:00-10:15 PM MUSC150 A13 MUSIC APPRECIATION 30  
1 WE 6:00-10:15 PM RELG220 A13 SURVEY OF WORLD RELIGIONS 30 STEVE deCLAISSE-WALFORD
1 WE 6:00-10:15 PM SCIE350 A13Y APPLIED FORENSIC CRIMINALISTICS 24 STAFF
      Session II    (October 17 - December 15)    
2 DLC DLC COMM330 2W1 ELEMENTS OF PERSUASION 20  
2 DLC DLC CRJS366 2W1 THE CORRECTIONAL PROCESS 20 V. LYNN TANKERSLEY
2 DLC DLC HRAD350 2W1 PRINCIPLES OF ADULT LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT 20  
2 DLC DLC LBST180. 2W1 ACADEMIC WRITING II: VOCATION & VALUES 18 MARGARET ESKEW
2 DLC DLC LBST255 2W1 ARTS AND IDEAS OF THE EMERGING MODERN WORLD 20  
2 DLC DLC MATH140 2W1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS 22 HANI KHOURY
2 DLC DLC NUTR206 2W1 NUTRITION 22 STAFF
2 DLC DLC ORGL320 2W1 HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS 20 RICHARD R. BOHANNON
2 DLC DLC ORGL335 2W1 CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL ISSUES 20 STAFF
2 DLC DLC ORGL470 2W1 ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE 20 STAFF
2 DLC DLC PSFT390 2W1 INTELLIGENCE GATHERING & DISSEMINATION 20 STAFF
2 DLC DLC PSYC227 2W1 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT 20 STAFF
2 DLC DLC PSYC365 2W1 PSYCHOTHERAPIES 20 MARNA BURNS
2 DLC DLC SOCI111 2W1 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 20 STAFF
2 MO 6:00-10:15 PM FDLS115 A21 MATHEMATICS, PROBLEM-POSING, & CULTURE 25 STAFF
2 MO 6:00-10:15 PM INFM225 A21 HEALTH INFORMATICS STANDARDIZATION 25 STAFF
2 MO 6:00-10:15 PM SCIE100 A21 METHODS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION 24 STAFF
2 TH 6:00-10:15 PM COMM171 A24 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING 18  
2 TH 6:00-10:15 PM FDLS110 A24 THE CULTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY 30  
2 TH 6:00-10:15 PM INFM120 A24 INTRO TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS 25 STAFF
2 TH 6:00-10:15 PM RELG225 A24 RELIGION IN THE UNITED STATES 30  
2 TU 6:00-10:15 PM FDLS130 A22 LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION 18  
2 TU 6:00-10:15 PM INFM312 A22 DATABASE DESIGN AND INFORMATICS 25 STAFF
2 TU 6:00-10:15 PM LBST180 A22 ACADEMIC WRITING II: VOCATION & VALUES 18  
2 TU 6:00-10:15 PM MATH130 A22 TOPICS IN PRECALCULUS 25 STAFF
2 TU 6:00-10:15 PM PHYS225 A22 METEOROLOGY 24 ANILKUMAR GANGADHARAN
2 WE 6:00-10:15 PM INFM301 A23 ISSUES IN TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 25 STAFF
2 WE 6:00-10:15 PM LBST180 A23 ACADEMIC WRITING II: VOCATION & VALUES 18  
2 WE 6:00-10:15 PM ORGL445 A23 DIMENSIONS OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP 30 THOMAS E. KAIL
2 WE 6:00-10:15 PM POLS100 A23 GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA 30  
2 WE 6:00-10:15 PM PSFT365 A23 INTRODUCTION TO HOMELAND SECURITY/ EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 30 STAFF
3 DLC DLC HRAD495 3W1 CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE 20  
3 TBA TBA CRJS470 A10 FIELD EXPERIENCE 30 V. LYNN TANKERSLEY
3 TBA TBA PSFT470 A10 FIELD EXPERIENCE 30 V. LYNN TANKERSLEY
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