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Spring 2018 (Marion Campus Classes)
Full 14-week Semester   Mon Jan 8-Mon Apr 23 -- Final Exams Apr 25-May 1 -- No Classes: Jan 15, Mar 12-16, Apr 24 (Reading Day)
First 7-week Session   Mon Jan 8-Fri Feb 23 -- Final Exams Feb 26-27 -- No Classes: Jan 15
Second 7-week Session   Wed Feb 28-Mon Apr 23 -- Final Exams Apr 25-May 1 -- No Classes: Mar 12-16, Apr 24 (Reading Day)
Last modified on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS
Course Column: E = Embedded Honors   H = Honors   S = Service Learning
Days Column:  M=Monday   T=Tuesday   W=Wednesday   R=Thursday   F=Friday   S=Saturday
ARRANGED=Times Arranged with Instructor
Codes Column: **=Course has Prerequisites   G=Grad Only   10=Written Instructor Permission Required
Room Column: MR=Morrill Hall   SD=Student Center   LC=Library/Classroom   MY=Maynard Hall  MSE=Marion Science & Engineering
 
Full 14-week Semester
TermCOURSECOURSE TITLE
Click on course number for Course Description
CREDCODECLASSINSTRUCTORDAYS / SESSIONTIMEROOMLIMIT
ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Sp 182300Introduction to Accounting II3**Smith, M.  M W     5:30-6:50PMR 26518
AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES
Sp 182281Introduction to African-American Literature3 Nyongesa, Z.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 24935
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
Sp 181101Elementary American Sign Language I4 Fermier, E.   T R    3:45-5:45PMR 29624
Sp 181102Elementary American Sign Language II4**Fermier, E.   T R    1:30-3:30PMR 25424
Sp 181103Intermediate American Sign Language4**Fermier, E.   T R    6-8PMR 24924
ANTHROPOLOGY
Sp 182200Introduction to Physical Anthropology4**Jobrack, S.
  T    
    R   
10:30-12:30P
10:30-12:30P
MSE 120
MSE 230
24
Sp 182202Peoples and Cultures: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3 Willow, A.   T R    9:30-10:50AMR 21928
Sp 182202Peoples and Cultures: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3 Willow, A.   T R    11-12:20PMR 21928
Sp 184525History of Anthropological Theory
Ideas in Cultural Anthropology
3**Willow, A.   T R  
ARRANGED 
1:30-2:20P
ARRANGED
MR 219
MR 219
28
ARABIC
Sp 181101.01Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I4 Alidib, Z.   T R    1:30-3:30PMR 29024
Sp 182241Culture of the Contemporary Arab World3 Alidib, Z.  M W     9:30-10:50AMR 29035
ART
Sp 182100Visual Studies: Beginning Drawing3 Kaplan, S.  M W     9:30-12:15PMR 27220
Sp 182400Visual Studies: Three-Dimensional3**Kaplan, S.  M W     3-5:45PMR 26620
ART EDUCATION
Sp 183900Art & Curriculum Concepts for Teachers2 Brucker, R.  M       9-10:50AMR 24620
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Sp 181101Internship Preparation
Course web-page
110Smith, W.   T      1:30-2:50PMY 13020
Sp 181101Internship Preparation
Course web-page
110Smith, W. ARRANGED  ARRANGEDMY 1245
Sp 181101Career Exploration and Planning
Course web-page
110Smith, W.      F   1:30-2:50PMY 13020
Sp 181101Career Exploration and Planning
Course web-page
110Smith, W. ARRANGED  ARRANGEDMY 1245
Sp 181101Job Search Strategies
Rank 3 and Rank 4 Students Course web-page
110Smith, W.    W     3-4:20PMY 13020
Sp 181101Job Search Strategies
Rank 3 and Rank 4 Students Course web-page
110Smith, W. ARRANGED  ARRANGEDMY 1245
Sp 181102HRegional Honors Seminar
Eat, Drink, and Be Merry: The History and Meaning of American Consumption
1 Klochko,M/Sumner,M    W     12:30-1:20PMR 24520
Sp 181191Non-Credit Internship
Course web-page
0**/10Smith, W. ARRANGED  ARRANGEDMY 12420
Sp 183191.01For-Credit Internship
Course web-page
1-12**/10Smith, W. ARRANGED  ARRANGEDMY 12420
BIOCHEMISTRY
Sp 184511Introduction to Biological Chemistry4**Rye-McCurdy, T.   T    
    R   
1-2:55P
1-2:55P
MSE 205
MSE 130
24
BIOLOGY
Sp 181101Introductory Biology4 Rye-McCurdy, T.  M W   
     F  
11-12:20P
9:30-12:15P
MSE 130
MSE 130
24
Sp 181101Introductory Biology4 D'Orazio, A.   T R  
     F  
11-12:20P
1:30-4:15P
MSE 130
MSE 130
24
Sp 181102Human Biology4 Wojta, D.   T R    3:45-5:45PMSE 12024
Sp 181102Human Biology4 Wojta, D.  M W     6-8PMSE 12024
Sp 181113Biological Sciences: Energy Transfer and Development4**Petreaca, R.  M W   
    R   
9:30-10:50A
1-3:45P
MSE 120
MSE 120
24
Sp 181114Biological Sciences: Form, Function, Diversity, and Ecology4**Gershman, S.  M W   
  T     
9:30-10:50A
1-3:45P
MSE 130
MSE 130
24
Sp 183401Integrated Biology4**Gershman, S.  M W   
  T     
12-1:20P
8-9:50A
MSE 120
MSE 120
24
BUSINESS ADMIN: MANAGEMENT & HUMAN RESOURCES
Sp 184324Staffing: Concepts and Competencies for Acquiring Talent3**    W     5:30-6:50PMR 29030
Sp 184490Strategic Management3**    W     7:05-8:25PMR 29030
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
Sp 182320Decision Sciences: Statistical Techniques3**  M W     7-8:20PMR 16024
Sp 182321Business Analytics1.5**  M W     8:30-9:10PMR 16024
Sp 183230Introduction to Operations Management: Improving Competitiveness in Organizations3**     R    7:05-8:25PMR 29030
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:FINANCE
Sp 184200Applications in Finance3**  M       5:30-6:50PMR 29030
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:MARKETING & LOGISTICS
Sp 183250Principles of Marketing3**   T      5:30-6:50PMR 29030
Sp 183380Logistics Management1.5**     R   1st 7 wks 5:30-6:50PMR 29030
Sp 184380Advanced Logistics Management1.5**     R   2nd 7 wks 5:30-6:50PMR 29030
CHEMISTRY
Sp 181110Elementary Chemistry5**Rye-McCurdy, T.  M W   
    R   
8-9:50A
8-11A
MSE 205
MSE 125
24
Sp 181210General Chemistry I5**Turner, J.   T R  
   W    
11-12:20P
8-11A
MSE 205
MSE 145
24
Sp 181220General Chemistry II5**Turner, J.   T R  
 M      
4-5:50P
3-6P
MSE 205
MSE 145
24
Sp 182520Organic Chemistry II4**Yoder, R.  MT    
    R   
11-11:55A
11-12:50P
MSE 220
MSE 220
40
Sp 182550Organic Chemistry Laboratory II2**Yoder, R.     R  
  T    
  T     
1:30-2:50P
1-5P
1-5P
MSE 205
MSE 145
MSE 225
15
Sp 184998Undergraduate Research1-10**/10Yoder, R. ARRANGED  ARRANGED-3
CLASSICS
Sp 182010Classical Background of Scientific Terminology
3/2/18, 3/30/17, 4/27/18
3 Fisher, S.      F  2nd 7 wks 4:30-5:50PMR 20050
Sp 182220Classical Mythology3 McNiven, T.  M W     1:30-2:50PMR 20050
Sp 182301Classical Archaeology3 McNiven, T.  M W     11-12:20PMR 20015
Sp 183408Ancient Roman Religion3 Fisher, S.  M W     6-7:20PMR 20035
COMMUNICATION
Sp 181100Communication in Society3 Armstrong, E.   T R    3-4:20PMY 13025
Sp 182110Principles of Effective Public Speaking3 Armstrong, E.   T R    4:30-5:50PMY 13020
Sp 182367Persuasive Communication3**Armstrong, E.  M W     1:30-2:50PMY 13025
COMPARATIVE STUDIES
Sp 182367.02U.S. Latino Identity3**Camacho-Platero, L.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 16030
Sp 183607Film and Literature as Narrative Art3**Oakes, S.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 28428
Sp 183608Representations of the Experience of War3**Oakes, S.   T R    11-12:20PMR 12528
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Sp 181222Introduction to Computer Programming in C++ for Engineers and Scientists3**Mirzaei, G.  M W F   12-12:55PMSE 24024
Sp 182111Modeling and Problem Solving with Spreadsheets and Databases3**Mirzaei, G.  M W   
     F  
1:30-2:25P
1:30-2:50P
MSE 240
MSE 240
24
Sp 182111Modeling and Problem Solving with Spreadsheets and Databases3**Mirzaei, G.  M W   
     F  
4:30-5:25P
4:30-5:50P
MSE 240
MSE 240
24
Sp 182221Software I: Software Components4**Mirzaei, G.  M WRF   3-3:55PMSE 24024
EARTH SCIENCES
Sp 181105Geology of the National Parks
Course web-page
3 Barker, J.   T R    9:30-10:50AMSE 22024
Sp 181122Earth Through Time
Course web-page
4**Barker, J.   T R  
     F  
1:30-2:50P
1-2:50P
MSE 220
MSE 220
24
ECONOMICS
Sp 182001.01Principles of Microeconomics3 Lukco, E.  M W     11-12:20PMR 16044
Sp 182001.01Principles of Microeconomics3 Lukco, E.   T R    3-4:20PMR 16044
Sp 182002.01Principles of Macroeconomics3 Lukco, E.  M W     8-9:20AMR 16044
Sp 182002.01Principles of Macroeconomics3 Lukco, E.   T R    7:45-9:05PMR 16044
EDUC STS: COUNSELOR EDUCATION
Sp 182189SFirst Education Experience Program (FEEP)3 Herzberg, M.   T R    8-12NMR 25425
EDUC STS: EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Sp 182309Psychological Perspectives on Education
Contact Sharon Gattshall, gattshall.2@osu.edu, to enroll
310Herzberg, M. Online  OnlineOnline25
EDUC STS: SPECIAL EDUCATION
Sp 185650Introduction to Exceptional Children3 Brazeau, K.   T      4:30-7:15PMR 24625
EDUCATION:TEACHING & LEARNING
Sp 182189Field Experience
(Must enroll concurrently in ESPE 4403 Class# )
1 Craycraft, J.      F   8:30-12NSchool35
Sp 182189Field Experience110Herzberg, M. ARRANGED  ARRANGED-5
Sp 182367Education, Society and Writing3**Herzberg, M.   T R    1:30-2:50PLC 23024
Sp 182368Introduction to Children's Literature3**Harkins, M.  M W     11-12:20PMR 23625
Sp 183160Application of Development in Learning Contexts3 Muir, P.  M W     3-4:20PMR 12525
Sp 183189Advance Field Experience I
Early Childhood
210Craycraft, J.   T      8-3:30PSchool20
Sp 183189Advance Field Experience I
Middle Childhood
210Craycraft, J.     R    8-3:30PSchool20
Sp 183189Field Experience210Herzberg, M. ARRANGED  ARRANGED-5
Sp 184189Advance Field Experience II
Early Childhood
210Craycraft, J.   T      8-3:30PSchool15
Sp 184189Advance Field Experience II
Middle Childhood
210Craycraft, J.     R    8-3:30PSchool15
Sp 185005Equity and Diversity in Education310Parsons, L.  M       1:30-4:15PMR 24625
Sp 185101Teaching and Learning with Drama: Introduction3**Harkins, M.  M       1:30-4:15PMR 23625
Sp 185102Teaching and Learning of Literacy in Grades Pre-K - 3310Barton, A.    W     9:30-12:15PMR 25415
Sp 185108Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in Grades Pre-K - 3310Appova, A.     R    9:30-12:15PMR 24620
Sp 185191Supervised Student Teaching Internship1010Boyer,E/Craycraft,J  MTWRF 
 MTWRF  

ARRANGED
School25
Sp 185195Reflective Seminar310Boyer, E.    W     4:30-7:15PMR 23625
Sp 185230Language Arts Methods for Preservice Middle Childhood Teachers310Barton, A.    W     9:30-12:15PMR 2545
Sp 185270Mathematics Methods for Preservice Middle Childhood Teachers310Appova, A.     R    4:45-7:30PMR 24620
Sp 185284Integrating Language Arts and Social Studies in 4th and 5th Grades310Herzberg, M. Online  OnlineOnline20
Sp 185284Integrating Language Arts and Social Studies in 4th and 5th Grades3GHerzberg, M. Online  OnlineOnline5
Sp 185339Evaluation and Instructional Decision-Making in Literacy310Parsons, L.     R    4:30-7:15PMR 23625
Sp 185468Reading Foundations3 Hagge, J.  M       4:45-7:30PMR 23625
Sp 185471Clinical Practice in Treating Reading Disabilities33/10Smith, S.    W     4:30-7:15PMR 24514
Sp 187193Individual Studies13/10Parsons,L/Smith,S ARRANGED  ARRANGED-14
EDUCATIONAL STUDIES: PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY OF EDU
Sp 184280History of Modern Education
Contact Sharon Gattshall, gattshall.2@osu.edu, to enroll
310 Online  OnlineOnline25
Sp 184403Ethics and the Professional Context of Teaching
(Must enroll concurrently in Edu T&L 2189 Class# )
3 Muir,P/Slack,C      F   1:30-4:15PMR 23635
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Sp 182050Introduction to Discrete Time Signals & Systems3**Tahmina, Q.  MTW   
    R  
 MTW   
    R   
9:30-10:25A
9-12N
9:30-10:25A
9-12N
MSE 245
MSE 245
MSE 240
MSE 240
24
ENGINEERING
Sp 181181.01Fundamentals of Engineering I2**Tahmina, Q.  M W   
  T     
8:30-9:25A
12:30-1:50P
MSE 245
MSE 245
24
Sp 181181.01Fundamentals of Engineering I2**Tahmina, Q.  M W   
  T     
11-11:55A
11-12:20P
MSE 245
MSE 245
24
Sp 181182.01Fundamentals of Engineering II2**Dubey, S.  M W   
    R   
8:15-9:10A
9:30-10:50A
MSE 225
MSE 225
24
Sp 181182.01Fundamentals of Engineering II2**Dubey, S.  M W   
    R   
11-11:55A
11-12:20P
MSE 225
MSE 225
24
Sp 184191Professional Practice in Engineering0**/10Smith, W. ARRANGED  ARRANGEDMY 12415
ENGLISH
Sp 181109Intensive Writing and Reading4 Lohre, M.  M W     10:30-12:30PLC 22715
Sp 181109Intensive Writing and Reading4 Lohre, M.   T R    10:30-12:30PLC 23115
Sp 181110.01First-Year English Composition3**Tibbals, A.  M W     9:30-10:50ALC 23124
Sp 181110.01First-Year English Composition3**Tibbals, A.  M W     11-12:20PLC 23124
Sp 181110.01First-Year English Composition3**Braun, C.   T R    11-12:20PMR 26024
Sp 181110.01First-Year English Composition3**Oakes, S.   T R    1:30-2:50PLC 23124
Sp 181110.03First-Year English Composition
To be taken with 1193 Class#
3**Oakes, S.  M       10:30-12:30PLC 23018
Sp 181110.03First-Year English Composition
To be taken with 1193 Class#
3**Dully, P.   T      10:30-12:30PLC 22718
Sp 181110.03First-Year English Composition
To be taken with 1193 Class#
3**Oakes, S.  M       1-3PLC 23118
Sp 181110.03First-Year English Composition
To be taken with 1193 Class#
3**Dully, P.   T      1:30-3:30PLC 22718
Sp 181110.03First-Year English Composition
To be taken with 1193 Class#
3**Dully, P.   T      6-8PLC 22718
Sp 181193Individual Studies
To be taken with 1110.03 Class#
1**Oakes, S.    W     10:30-12:30PLC 23018
Sp 181193Individual Studies
To be taken with 1110.03 Class#
1**Dully, P.     R    10:30-12:30PLC 22718
Sp 181193Individual Studies
To be taken with 1110.03 Class#
1**Oakes, S.    W     1-3PLC 23118
Sp 181193Individual Studies
To be taken with 1110.03 Class#
1**Dully, P.     R    1:30-3:30PLC 22718
Sp 181193Individual Studies
To be taken with 1110.03 Class#
1**Dully, P.     R    6-8PLC 22718
Sp 182202Selected Works of British Literature: 1800 to Present3**Wallace, N.   T R    4:30-5:50PMR 25428
Sp 182267Introduction to Creative Writing3**Lohre, M.   T R    1:30-2:50PLC 105K15
Sp 182367.01Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience3**Lohre, M.   T R    3-4:20PLC 23124
Sp 182367.01SLanguage, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience3**Tibbals, A.   T R    11-12:20PLC 23024
Sp 182367.02Literature in the U.S. Experience3**Wallace, N.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 26524
Sp 182367.04Technology and Science in the U.S. Experience3**Oakes, S.  M W     4:30-5:50PLC 23124
Sp 183304Business and Professional Writing3**Tibbals, A.   T R    9:30-10:50ALC 23024
Sp 183468Special Topics in Intermediate Creative Nonfiction Writing3**Lishan, S.  M       1:30-4:15PLC 105K15
Sp 183597.03Environmental Citizenship
Animal Minds
3**Crosby, S.   T R    9:30-10:50AMR 21028
Sp 183662An Introduction to Literary Publishing3**McCorkle, W.  M W     9:30-10:50AMR 2608
Sp 184189Professional Writing Minor: Capstone Internship3**Braun, C.   T R    3-4:20PMR 26024
Sp 184400Literary Locations3**Crosby,S/Wallace,N   T R    11-12:20PMR 21024
Sp 184520.01Shakespeare3 Wallace, N.   T R    6-7:20PMR 26528
Sp 18454720th-Century Poetry3**Lishan, S.  M W     11-12:20PMR 12528
Sp 184564.03Major Author in American Literature to 19003**Dully, P.   T R    4:30-5:50PMR 21028
Sp 184578Special Topics in Film3**Braun, C.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 26028
Sp 185193Individual Studies3**McCorkle, W.  M W     9:30-10:50AMR 2607
ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Sp 182100Introduction to Environmental Science3 Lower, B.  M W     3-4:20PMR 10528
EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY & ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY
Sp 182510Human Anatomy3**Calede, J.  M     
   W    
4:30-6:20P
4:30-7:15P
MSE 130
MSE 130
24
Sp 182520Human Physiology3**Calede, J.  M W     3-4:20PMSE 22024
Sp 183510Cellular and Developmental Biology3**Petreaca, R.  M WR    4:30-5:25PMR 26524
FRENCH
Sp 181102.01Beginning French II Classroom4**Alidib, Z.   T R    10:30-12:30PMR 29024
Sp 181801Masterpieces of the French-Speaking World3 Alidib, Z.  M W     1:30-2:50PMR 29035
GEOGRAPHY
Sp 181900Extreme Weather and Climate4 Schul, D.   T R    3:45-5:45PMR 20035
Sp 182100Human Geography3 Schul, D.   T R    11-12:20PMR 20035
Sp 182400Economic and Social Geography
College Credit Plus Course - Only Open to High School Students
310Schul, D.   T R    9:20-10:40AHarding High School20
Sp 182960Introduction to Physical Geography4 Schul, D.   T R    1:30-3:30PMR 20035
GERMAN
Sp 181103.01German III4**Strawser, A.   T R    8:15-10:15AMR 10524
HISTORY
Sp 182002Making America Modern3**Gilmore, A.  M W     11-12:20PMR 24528
Sp 182210Classical Archaeology3**McNiven, T.  M W     11-12:20PMR 2005
Sp 182475History of the Holocaust3**Genova, J.   T R    4:30-5:50PMR 21918
Sp 182651World History before the Modern Age3**Hsieh, M.  M W     1:30-2:50PMR 21935
Sp 182752Social Reform Movements in U.S. History3**Sumner, M.   T      8-10:45AMR 29635
Sp 182798Study Tour3**/10Steffel,R/Pandey,B   T      3-5PMSE 22015
Sp 182800Introduction to the Discipline of History3**Sumner, M.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 10535
Sp 183012Antebellum America3**Sumner, M.     R    8-10:45AMR 29635
Sp 183375Mongol World Empire: Central Eurasia, 1000-15003**Hsieh, M.  M W     11-12:20PMR 21935
Sp 183411Gender and Sexuality in China3**Hsieh, M.    W     3-5:45PMR 21935
Sp 184650Readings in World/Global/Transnational History3**Genova, J.   T R    3-4:20PMR 21935
HISTORY OF ART
Sp 182002Western Art II: The Renaissance to the Present3 McNiven, T.  M W     9:30-10:50AMR 20035
Sp 182301Classical Archaeology3 McNiven, T.  M W     11-12:20PMR 20015
HUMAN NUTRITION
Sp 182210Science of Human Nutrition
1/9/18, 2/27/18, 5/1/18 Must contact an Ohio State Marion Academic Advisor to enroll in this course.
310Leonard, J.   T      7:30-8:50PLC 23024
JEWISH STUDIES
Sp 182475History of the Holocaust3**Genova, J.   T R    4:30-5:50PMR 21917
KINESIOLOGY: SPRT, FTNS & HLTH PR
Sp 181102First Aid and CPR2 Guyton, M.   T      3-4:50PMR 23620
Sp 181137Sport for the Spectator2 Niedzwicki, S.   T R    8:30-9:25AMR 12515
Sp 181139.11Introductory Program of Outdoor Pursuits: Rock Climbing1 McNamara, I.      F   12:30-1:25PSD 100N15
Sp 181150.02Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Cardiovascular Exercise Training2 Fronk, A. Online 2nd 7 wks OnlineOnline50
Sp 181172.01Self Defense Women1 Perry, G.  M       4:30-6:20PSD 100/SD 111A15
Sp 181172.02Self Defense Men1 Perry, G.    W     1-2:50PSD 100/SD 111A15
Sp 183314AIDS Awareness2 Everman-Moore, M.  M W    2nd 7 wks 6-8PMY 13024
MATHEMATICS
Sp 181050Precollege Mathematics I5   M W F   1:15-2:50PMR 28425
Sp 181075Precollege Mathematics II4**  M W F   8-9:15AMR 26525
Sp 181075Precollege Mathematics II4**Matthews, A.  M W F   1:15-2:30PMR 16025
Sp 181075Precollege Mathematics II4**Matthews, A.  M WR    6-7:15PMR 12525
Sp 181075Precollege Mathematics II4**   T RF   25
Sp 181116Excursions in Mathematics3**Friesen, C.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 29635
Sp 181130College Algebra for Business4**Huang, Y.  M W F   10:30-11:45AMR 26535
Sp 181131Calculus for Business5**Franze, C.  MTW     6-7:35PMR 29635
Sp 181135Number and Operations for Teachers5**Franze, C.  M W F   11-12:35PMR 28424
Sp 181136Measurement and Geometry for Teachers5**Appova, A.  M WR    3-4:35PMR 28424
Sp 181148College Algebra4**Huang, Y.  M W F   8-9:15AMR 28435
Sp 181148College Algebra4**Stan, A.  M W F   1:30-2:45PMR 24535
Sp 181148College Algebra4**Franze, C.  MTW     7:45-9PMR 20635
Sp 181149Trigonometry3**Friesen, C.   T R    11-12:20PMR 10535
Sp 181151Calculus I5**Huang, Y.  M W F   1:15-2:50PMR 10535
Sp 181172Engineering Mathematics A5**Friesen, C.  M W F   1:15-2:50PMR 29635
Sp 182174Linear Algebra and Differential Equations for Engineers3**Friesen, C.  M W F   8-8:55AMY 13035
Sp 182415Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations3**Stan, A.  M W F   8-8:55AMR 29635
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Sp 182020Introduction to Mechanics of Materials3**Dubey, S.  M WRF   3-3:55PMSE 22524
Sp 182030Dynamics3**Dubey, S.  M WRF   1:45-2:40PMSE 22524
MICROBIOLOGY
Sp 184000Basic and Practical Microbiology4**Petreaca, R.  M W   
    R   
1:30-2:50P
8-10:55A
MSE 120
MSE 120
24
MOLECULAR GENETICS
Sp 184998Undergraduate Research in Molecular Genetics1-5**/10Petreaca, R. ARRANGED  ARRANGED-3
Sp 184999Thesis Research in Molecular Genetics1-5**/10Petreaca, R. ARRANGED  ARRANGED-3
MUSIC
Sp 182203.03University Chorus1 Smith, L.   T R    12:30-1:25PMR 10060
Sp 182208.02Small Ensemble: Voice1 Smith, L.   T R    5-5:55PMR 10024
Sp 182251The World of Classical Music3   M W     6-7:20PMR 25430
Sp 182252History of Rock 'n' Roll
Must contact an Ohio State Marion Academic Advisor to enroll in this course.
310 Online  OnlineOnline24
Sp 183370Music for Elementary Teachers2 Remlinger, R.   T      6-7:50PMR 25425
PHILOSOPHY
Sp 181100Introduction to Philosophy3 Friesen, A.   T R    9:30-10:50AMR 24535
Sp 181300Introduction to Ethics3 Friesen, A.   T R    11-12:20PMR 24535
Sp 181332Ethics in the Professions: Introduction to Engineering Ethics3 Friesen, A.   T R    3-4:20PMR 24535
PHYSICS
Sp 181106.01Physics by Inquiry: Properties of Matter, Heat and Temperature, and Forces and Motion5**   T R    6-8:50PMSE 23024
Sp 181250Mechanics, Thermal Physics, Waves5**Orban, C.
Hinton, M.
 M W   
     F  
8-10A
8-10:05A
MSE 230
MSE 230
24
Sp 181251E&M, Optics, Modern Physics5**Hinton, M.  M W   
     F  
11-1P
11-1:05P
MSE 230
MSE 230
24
Sp 181251E&M, Optics, Modern Physics5**Orban, C.
Hinton, M.
 M W   
     F  
3-5P
3-5:05P
MSE 230
MSE 230
24
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sp 181100Introduction to American Politics
College Credit Plus Course - Only Open to High School Students
310Franklin, W.   T R    10:45-12:05PHarding High School20
Sp 181165Introduction to Politics3 Franklin, W.   T R    4:30-5:50PMR 24535
Sp 181200Introduction to Comparative Politics3 Franklin, W.   T R    6-7:20PMR 24535
PSYCHOLOGY
Sp 181100Introduction to Psychology3 Sawicki, V.  M W     11-12:20PMR 24940
Sp 181100Introduction to Psychology3 Fohl Bailey, M.  M W     1:30-2:50PMR 22440
Sp 182301Psychology of Extraordinary Beliefs3**Daddis, C.   T R    3-4:20PMR 22430
Sp 182303Positive Psychology3**Tylka, T.   T R    11-12:20PMR 22430
Sp 183331Abnormal Psychology3**Tylka, T.   T R    9:30-10:50AMR 22430
Sp 183371Language and the Mind3**Patson, N.  M W     11-12:20PMR 22430
Sp 183513Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience3**Patson, N.  M W     9:30-10:50AMR 22430
Sp 183551Psychology of Adolescence3**Daddis, C.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 22430
Sp 184485Psychology and the Law3**Fohl Bailey, M.  M W     3-4:20PMR 22430
Sp 184630Attitudes and Persuasion3**Sawicki, V.  M W     1:30-2:50PMR 24930
SOCIAL WORK
Sp 181120Introduction to Social Welfare3 Jackson, K.   T R    7:30-8:50PMR 22430
Sp 181140Minority Perspectives: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender3 Upchurch, E.   T R    6-7:20PMR 22432
Sp 183201Social and Economic Justice: Strategies for Social Work3** Online  OnlineOnline30
Sp 183402Applying Evidence3** Online  OnlineOnline30
Sp 183502Foundations of Generalist Practice3**Beary, L.   T      6-8:45PMR 10530
Sp 183503Social Work Practice with Diverse Populations3**Gardner, S.     R    6-8:45PMR 10530
Sp 183806Substance Abuse Screening, Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment Planning3** Online  OnlineOnline10
Sp 183808Group and Relationship Approaches in Substance Abuse Treatment3**   T R    4:30-5:50PMR 16030
Sp 184188.01Undergraduate Field Seminar1**Kinsway, T.     R    6-7:45PMR 21930
Sp 184189Field Practicum5**Kinsway, T. ARRANGED  ARRANGED-30
Sp 184503Generalist Practice with Larger Systems3**   T      6-8:45PMR 12530
Sp 185001Writing for Agency Practice2** Online  OnlineOnline10
Sp 185004International Social Work3** Online  OnlineOnline10
Sp 185009Family Caregiving: Contemporary Issues, Programs, & Policies3** Online  OnlineOnline5
Sp 185024Social Work Licensure Exam Strategies and Skills2**Kinsway, T.  M       6-7:20PMR 21030
SOCIOLOGY
Sp 181101Introductory Sociology3 Klochko, M.   T R    9:30-10:50AMR 20645
Sp 181101Introductory Sociology3 Klochko, M.   T R    11-12:20PMR 20645
Sp 181101Introductory Sociology3 Oyakawa, M.  M W     9:30-10:50AMR 20645
Sp 183410Criminology3 Klochko, M.   T R    1:30-2:50PMR 20625
Sp 183549Statistics in Sociology
Intended for Criminology and Sociology Majors
3 Bobbitt-Zeher, D.  M W     1:30-2:50PLC 23024
Sp 184510Gender, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System3**Bobbitt-Zeher, D.  M W     11-12:20PMR 20635
SPANISH
Sp 181101.01Spanish I4    T R    1:30-3:30PMR 12524
Sp 181102.01Spanish II4**   T R    6-8PMR 21024
Sp 181103.01Spanish III4**Camacho-Platero, L.   T R    3:45-5:45PMR 12524
STATISTICS
Sp 181350Elementary Statistics3**Creasap, T.   T R    8-9:20ALC 22724
Sp 181350Elementary Statistics3**Creasap, T.  M W     6-7:20PLC 23124
Sp 181430Statistics for the Business Sciences4**Creasap, T.  M W     3-4:50PLC 23024
Sp 181450Introduction to the Practice of Statistics3**Creasap, T.   T R    4:30-5:50PLC 22735
SWAHILI
Sp 181103Elementary Swahili III4**Nyongesa, Z.   T R    3:45-5:45PMR 24924
THEATRE
Sp 182100Introduction to Theatre
Must contact an Ohio State Marion Academic Advisor to enroll in this course.
310Glover, J. Online  OnlineOnline24
WOMEN'S GENDER AND SEXUALITY STUDIES
Sp 183317Hollywood, Women, and Film3      R    8-10:45AMR 24928
 
First 7-week Session
TermCOURSECOURSE TITLE
Click on course number for Course Description
CREDCODECLASSINSTRUCTORDAYS / SESSIONTIMEROOMLIMIT
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:MARKETING & LOGISTICS
Sp 183380Logistics Management1.5**     R   1st 7 wks 5:30-6:50PMR 29030
 
Second 7-week Session
TermCOURSECOURSE TITLE
Click on course number for Course Description
CREDCODECLASSINSTRUCTORDAYS / SESSIONTIMEROOMLIMIT
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:MARKETING & LOGISTICS
Sp 184380Advanced Logistics Management1.5**     R   2nd 7 wks 5:30-6:50PMR 29030
CLASSICS
Sp 182010Classical Background of Scientific Terminology
3/2/18, 3/30/17, 4/27/18
3 Fisher, S.      F  2nd 7 wks 4:30-5:50PMR 20050
KINESIOLOGY: SPRT, FTNS & HLTH PR
Sp 181150.02Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Cardiovascular Exercise Training2 Fronk, A. Online 2nd 7 wks OnlineOnline50
Sp 183314AIDS Awareness2 Everman-Moore, M.  M W    2nd 7 wks 6-8PMY 13024