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UC 101 — Seapower and Maritime Affairs
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Simons,Andrew Joseph

WN 2007
Credits: 2

This course focuses on the historical role of sea power, emphasizing the U.S. Navy. Topics include: development of naval power and applications as an instrument of foreign policy; historical relationship of navies with their respective domestic, political, and economic environment; and the rise of U.S. as a maritime power.

Advisory Prerequisite: Prior or concurrent enrollment in PHYSICS 240 (or 260) or EECS 230

UC 101 — Seapower and Maritime Affairs
Section 002, LEC

Instructor: Simons,Andrew Joseph

WN 2007
Credits: 2

This course focuses on the historical role of sea power, emphasizing the U.S. Navy. Topics include: development of naval power and applications as an instrument of foreign policy; historical relationship of navies with their respective domestic, political, and economic environment; and the rise of U.S. as a maritime power.

Advisory Prerequisite: Prior or concurrent enrollment in PHYSICS 240 (or 260) or EECS 230

UC 103 — Michigan Community Scholars Program: Academic Decision Making
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Woods,Wendy Ann

WN 2007
Credits: 1
Other: Theme

This course will provide students with an opportunity to critically review the roles of leadership and decision making as they relate to their academic and professional careers. It will allow students to consider various frameworks of decision making and leadership through various theoretical perspectives and link them to civic responsibility and social change. It is hoped that students will develop a sense of application of one or more of these perspectives and consider how they might shape their own academic, professional, and community leadership careers. The issues and challenges of living and leading in a multicultural society will be examined. The class discussions will focus on relevant research, student perceptions, and university resources. This course is open only to participants in the Michigan Community Scholars Program. http://www.lsa.umich.edu/mcs/

Advisory Prerequisite: Admission to the Michigan Community Scholars Program.

UC 106 — Perspectives on Health Care
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: O'Grady,Michelle H

WN 2007
Credits: 2
Reqs: ID

This course will provide a broad examination of the cultural, political, personal, and socioeconomic dimensions of health, healthcare, and the health sciences. The course uses a topical format to explore the interfaces of these dimensions in mental health, acute and chronic illness, ethics, and emerging health science. This content will provide a foundation for professional involvement in health care and science by exposing students to the complexity of health and the spectrum of health professions. Practitioners from many disciplines within the health sciences will describe their work, challenges, and career paths. (UC106 is the core membership course for the Health Science Scholars Program and is open only to HSSP students.)

Advisory Prerequisite: Restricted to students enrolled in the Health Sciences Scholars Program.

UC 150 — First-Year Humanities Seminar
Section 001, SEM
Music in Our Lives

Instructor: Nagel,Louis B

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: HU
Other: FYSem

This seminar will focus on how people listen to music and music's impact on communities of people who listen to it. In the first weeks of the course students will learn how to listen to music and explore the interaction of different elements of music, such as rhythm, melody, and harmony. As we begin to listen to a wider range of music, we will explore the impact of music in cases such as the Paris riot of 1913 following the performance of Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring" or the reaction of King George to the "Hallelujah Chorus" at the conclusion of Handel's "Messiah." We will consider the impact of popular music, religious music and the band as examples of how music has reached out into all types of communities. Students will attend three musical events and write reviews of each based on concepts explored in class. The professor will present and perform numerous examples of music on the piano, there will be invited soloists and chamber ensembles, and students who wish may share their musical talents in class.

Advisory Prerequisite: Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor.

UC 151 — First-Year Social Science Seminar
Section 001, SEM
Why Grandpa Went to War: The Psychology of Obedience and Drives Toward World War

Instructor: Brown,Donald R

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: SS
Other: FYSem

What were the social, economic, geopolitical and personal psychological conditions in 1943 that would result in an 18-year old freshman leaving college and going off to spend the next three years fighting with the U.S. Army in Europe and liberating Dachau? What led up to 1943 and how did this series of historical events become a part of the life of American youth and continue to affect that generation's (your grandparents) behavior after World War II and through today? What do we know from 30 years of research on the nature of obedience that resulted in both self-sacrifice and the Holocaust? These questions will be explored using the resources of historical works, novels, films, and personal documents. Each student will interview a member of that generation, preferably a grandparent or surrogate, with armed services experience during the war and write a psycho-history of their subject's experiences and its consequences for their lives and times.

Advisory Prerequisite: Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor.

UC 151 — First-Year Social Science Seminar
Section 002, SEM
Human Sexuality and Gender Issues

Instructor: Mayes,Frances L

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: SS
Other: FYSem

Issues of human sexuality and gender are explored from many perspectives including historical, cross-cultural, religious, and physiological. All people are sexual throughout their lives, although the expression of our sex and gender is one of the most diverse and controversial areas in personal and public arenas. The diversities of biological sex, gender identity, gender roles, sexual orientation, sexual identity, and sexual behavior and the interplay among them are presented and reinforced through readings, exercises, videos, guest speakers, and weekly written assignments. We will discuss sexual difficulties such as infertility, STDs, sexual dysfunction, and sexual victimization along with prevention and treatment strategies. We will examine social and political issues such as civil rights for sexual minorities, sex and the law, date rape, pornography, the impact of AIDS, public and private morality. Issues especially relevant for students are explored, including choice of sexual partners and behaviors, the influence of drugs, alcohol, and smoking on sexual function and sexual decision-making, sexual values and religious attitudes toward sex, and the wide range of possible lifestyles from celibacy to polyamory to paraphilias. The course requires access to the Internet, and uses a variety of Web-based resources and communication modes, as well as a textbook and readings from various journals. Weekly short papers and a semester project are required. Opportunities for help with developing presentation skills are available.

Advisory Prerequisite: Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor.

UC 151 — First-Year Social Science Seminar
Section 003, SEM
Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships

Instructor: Menlo,Allen

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: SS
Other: FYSem

This course is designed to assist members toward an understanding of the personal and situational forces that help and hinder persons in their relationships with each other and in their efforts to work and live together. It will also assist members to transform this social psychological understanding into constructive actions for handling the problems and difficulties that inevitably arise when people are together. There will be opportunity to refine one's competencies at reflective listening, giving and seeking feedback, interpersonal observation, and mindfulness in thinking about issues. The class sessions are interactive and informal with brief information-giving, focused discussions, interpersonal learning exercises, and videotapes. Reading assignments are mainly through course handouts and other suggested sources. To stimulate personal reflection on interpersonal issues, class members maintain an observation log and a reading log and do a term paper on a relevant, self-selected topic. This work is also used as the source of evaluation and grading in the course.

Advisory Prerequisite: Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor.

UC 151 — First-Year Social Science Seminar
Section 004, SEM
LUCY: The Lives of Urban Children and Youth Initiative

Instructor: Galura,Joseph A

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: SS
Other: Theme, FYSem

This service-learning course explores the dynamics of formal and informal education in urban settings through traditional coursework integrated with personal reflection and community involvement. We will study the effects of social history and culture on the social identity of children and youth. For example, how have community members helped to create and support positive roles for children and youth. Students will work closely with members of the community and program staff to document cultural beliefs and practices that shape social identity and expectations. This course is intended for students with an interest in teaching, or urban and community studies, or both.

Advisory Prerequisite: Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor.

UC 151 — First-Year Social Science Seminar
Section 005, SEM
Contemporary Issues in Medicine Use and Pharmacy

Instructor: Welage,Lynda S
Instructor: Mueller,Bruce A

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: SS
Other: FYSem

Although medications have long been the primary means to treat disease in Western society, only in recent years has their use evoked widespread interest beyond the health care professionals who work with them and the individual patients who consume them. This seminar will describe and evaluate key issues that have raised the visibility of medication use in recent years. Areas that will be addressed include drug development and regulation, the economics and financing of medication benefit programs, medication taking behaviors, and programs to achieve proper medication use. The role of the pharmacist in managing that use, including culturally competent care, will be addressed.

Examples of specific issues that may be used to illustrate the course topics include direct-to-consumer advertising of medications, the balance between patient confidentiality and health professionals' need to know, insurer payment for "life style drugs" such as Viagra® for impotence and Rogaine® for baldness, and clinical controversies such as the use of hormone replacement therapy in menopausal women. Course readings will be selected from the clinical, professional, and lay literature and serve as the basis for class discussion and written assignments. One of the desired outcomes of this course is to develop in students the ability to critically analyze differing perspectives that affect how medications are used.

Advisory Prerequisite: Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor.

UC 151 — First-Year Social Science Seminar
Section 006, SEM
Libations of the Gods: Alcohol and Other Mind-Altering Substances

Instructor: Tolbert,Margaret M
Instructor: Rutowski,Patricia A

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: SS
Other: FYSem

This course will examine the broad social and economic impacts of alcohol, with an emphasis on the effects of alcohol on health. Information will be presented on the historical perspective of alcohol and its role in the United States since the twentieth century. Students will consider the many impacts of alcohol on individuals, families, organizations, and broader society. By exploring how we are socialized into drinking and what changes could be made to positively alter the way this socialization occurs, students will gain a greater understanding of the role played by family, culture, peers and the alcohol industry in the development of drinking patterns. At the same time they will learn how to foster a more mature approach to, and responsible use of, alcohol. Classes also provide opportunities to engage in stimulating discussions with faculty and other experts from within the University of Michigan.

Advisory Prerequisite: Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor.

UC 170 — UC Topics MiniCourse
Section 001, LEC
Research Methods in the Digital Library — Natural Sciences

Instructor: Yocum,Patricia Bury

WN 2007
Credits: 1

The goal of this 1-credit, lecture/lab course is to lay a foundation for academic research in the emerging digital environment. Interactive learning emphasizes hands-on use of technology and especially of authoritative sources in the "Deep Web". Learning modes include discussion, case studies, online searching, readings, and lectures. Student work is done solo as well as collaboratively and includes exercises, written reports, and development of a technology skills resume. The course explores new concepts, techniques and discovery tools, and addresses academic integrity, source citations and use, search strategies, and evaluation of digital sources.

Section 001 is focused on research related to the NATURAL SCIENCES.

UC 170 — UC Topics MiniCourse
Section 002, LEC
Research Methods in the Digital Library — Social Sciences

Instructor: Peters,Amanda R

WN 2007
Credits: 1

The goal of this 1-credit, lecture/lab course is to lay a foundation for academic research in the emerging digital environment. Interactive learning emphasizes hands-on use of technology and especially of authoritative sources in the "Deep Web". Learning modes include discussion, case studies, online searching, readings, and lectures. Student work is done solo as well as collaboratively and includes exercises, written reports, and development of a technology skills resume. The course explores new concepts, techniques and discovery tools, and addresses academic integrity, source citations and use, search strategies, and evaluation of digital sources.

Section 002 is focused on research related to the SOCIAL SCIENCES.

UC 170 — UC Topics MiniCourse
Section 004, LEC
Difficult Dialogues: Faith Identities and Your Campus Experience. Meets March 9-10 and March 18, 2007. (Drop/Add deadline=Mar. 12).

Instructor: Maxwell,Kelly E

WN 2007
Credits: 1
Other: Theme

This course will provide an opportunity in a safe, inclusive space for students to explore their own thinking, histories, and beliefs around religion and spirituality. It will give students the opportunity to have honest conversations around the impact of religion and spirituality in popular, every day issues and for students to explore how power, privilege and oppression effect different religious and spiritual identities. Students from all spiritual or religious traditions (including those without spiritual practice) are encouraged to enroll. Our class discussions will be richer with a variety of faith perspectives represented.

One-credit minicourse meets March 9, 2007, 5:30-9 pm (includes dinner); all day March 10 & 18 (weekend sessions include lunch in the residence halls). Please contact Kelly Maxwell at kmax@umich.edu or 936-1875 for information on how to enroll.

Students interested in this course may also be interested in UC 170.005, World, Community, and Self: Building Skills and Knowledge for Intercultural Competence.

UC 170 — UC Topics MiniCourse
Section 005, LEC
World, Community, and Self: Building Skills and Knowledge for Intercultural Competence. Meets Jan. 28 and Feb. 3 & 17. (Drop/Add deadline=Feb. 2).

Instructor: Bessette,Jeanine

WN 2007
Credits: 1
Other: Theme

This introductory course is designed to encourage students to explore issues of social justice and social identity in the context of engaged citizenship. In a participatory, educational manner, students will examine themselves and others as they begin to navigate the University of Michigan campus and the rich diversity offered here. Students will learn skills such as how to communicate with others, how to manage and engage in conflict, how to explore values and opinions different than their own and how to reach beyond the United States for learning. Being in community and being an engaged citizen is not a given in our society — through this class, we will help students explore the richness of race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, etc., and the power and privilege in our society. Students are looking for opportunities to discuss and learn with people from diverse backgrounds — this course will give them the chance to do that.

Course Outcomes and Goals:

  • To provide a safe, inclusive space for students to explore their own thinking, histories, and beliefs around the concepts of social identity and social justice.
  • For students to have the opportunity to explore their role as citizens in a global context through personal reflection, experiential learning and selected pedagogy.
  • To introduce identity development models as a way for students to understand their own social identity development and the development of other individuals.
  • To give students the opportunity to have honest conversations around the impact of social identities in individual, institutional and structural systems.
  • For students to gain an understanding of how power, privilege and oppression have an effect on how individuals are viewed in society.
  • For students to explore values and beliefs in countries other than the United States and to understand the differences and similarities in the context of social justice work.

Course Requirements:

  1. Full attendance at all 3 course meetings: Sunday, 1/28/07, 5:30-8 pm; and Saturdays, 2/3/07 and 2/17/06, 10 am-5 pm.
  2. Attendance at one event that helps the student explore an issue that he or she has not been exposed to in the past. Event is discussed with instructor prior to attending.
  3. One project/assignment to be done outside of class — this project will be a group experience that allows the student to explore one of the following — social justice and public policy, social justice and the global impact, or a topic determined by the student relating to the goals of the course. The end result will be a paper of no less than 10 pages.
  4. Required readings.

Students interested in this course may also be interested in UC 170.004, Difficult Dialogues: Faith Identities and Your Campus Experience.

UC 202 — U.S. Aviation History & Its Development into Air Power
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Goebel,Douglas J

WN 2007
Credits: 1

Examines the development of aviation from the 18th century, from balloons and dirigibles, to the present, and how technology has affected growth and development of air power; traces use and development of air power through WW's I and II, the Korean and Vietnamese conflicts, employment in relief missions and civic action programs in the late 1960s, and employment in military actions concluding with Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Continuation of AERO 201

Advisory Prerequisite: PER.INSTR.

UC 202 — U.S. Aviation History & Its Development into Air Power
Section 002, LEC

Instructor: Goebel,Douglas J

WN 2007
Credits: 1

Examines the development of aviation from the 18th century, from balloons and dirigibles, to the present, and how technology has affected growth and development of air power; traces use and development of air power through WW's I and II, the Korean and Vietnamese conflicts, employment in relief missions and civic action programs in the late 1960s, and employment in military actions concluding with Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Continuation of AERO 201

Advisory Prerequisite: PER.INSTR.

UC 204 — Leadership in Changing Environments
Section 003, LAB

Instructor: Aziz,Jawhar

WN 2007
Credits: 1

Credit Exclusions: Counts as credit toward LSA degree.

Examines the challenges of leading in complex contemporary operational environments. Dimensions of the cross-cultural challenges of leadership in a constantly changing world are highlighted and applied to practical Army leadership tasks and situations.

Advisory Prerequisite: PER. PROF.

UC 210 — Perspectives on Careers in Medicine and Health Care
Section 001, SEM
Requires instructor consent by contacting CSP, G155 Angell. Thur session meets one mile from Central Campus (rides arranged at first class).

Instructor: Zorn,Frances B

WN 2007
Credits: 4

This course is intended for students considering a career in a health profession and designed to help them acquire perspectives to facilitate their decision-making process. A number of health care professionals visit the class and share their educational and professional experiences. Students become acquainted with the prerequisites for professional and graduate schools and spend time with dental, medical, osteopathic, nursing, and public health students. We consider problems facing the health professions in the 21st century: problems of health care delivery; the high cost of medical care and prescription drugs; and the effects on the uninsured (43 million plus people) and the underinsured. We discuss issues related to malpractice and death and dying. Students are expected to respond in writing and in class to visitors, to reading materials, and to films.

A course pack containing the syllabus and W;T (yes, that is spelled correctly) by Margaret Edson are the text materials required. All students are responsible for taking definite steps toward the development of their own goals through a self-inventory of their values, skills, and interests, and through a term paper exploring a possible career direction. Evaluation is based on class attendance and participation in discussions and the completion of all reading and participation in discussions and the completion of all reading and writing assignments. Interested students must contact the instructor or a CSP counselor at CSP, G155 Angell to receive an override. The class meets on-campus Monday 3-5 and on Thursday 7-9:30 p.m. at 2130 Dorset Rd, Ann Arbor. Dorset Rd. is about a mile from campus. A map showing the location of will be available at CSP. Students are responsible for their own transportation to the first Thursday evening session, when rides will be arranged for the remainder of the term. Student who will have conflicts with the Thursday evening meeting should not enroll in the class for the work we do on Thursday evening is essential to the successful completion of the course work and is not available in a text book.

Advisory Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

UC 215 — Contemporary Social Issues in Southeast Asia
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Sullivan,Charles Parks

WN 2007
Credits: 3

Southeast Asia is an 11-country region of 600 million people that includes 250 million Muslims, 170 million Buddhists, and 120 million Christians. It is at the forefront and center of a host of global social, political, environmental and public health problems and issues including the following: ethnic and religious diversity and conflict; economic and social transition; democratization and terrorism; human, women's and children's rights; labor standards and international migration; avian flu, SARS and AIDS; environmental degradation from rapid urban-industrial and agrarian development; and technological growth and globalization and their associated cultural and artistic transformations, particularly among youth who are growing up in a drastically different world than their parents and grandparents did. This course comprises a coordinated set of guest lectures by U-M faculty from a variety of LSA departments (Anthropology, Political Science, Sociology) and professional schools (Business, Law, Natural Resources, Public Health, Urban Planning), with presentations, readings and class assignments designed to form a cohesive whole. The lectures will be interactive, with sufficient time for discussion and in-class projects.

Course work will include a specially developed set of materials focused on the lives of 12 university-age men and women in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines. These young people will be available at times during the course to communicate with enrolled students via some form of internet connection (email, bulletin boards, chat or video conference) to allow for a direct exchange of ideas between U-M students and our partners in Southeast Asia.

Intended audience: Lower-level undergraduates from across the University: LSA, School of Business, Ford School, School of Natural Resources, etc.

Course Requirements: Three 5-page papers, in-class projects, participation in discussion, attendance in class, short reading assignments with reflections and questions.

UC 245 — Global Interdependence
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Farnsworth,Bradley D

WN 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: SS

This course, offered under the umbrella of the International Institute, will explore the ways that ideas, people, goods, services, diseases, and natural resources have flowed across political and cultural borders over the course of human history, examine the consequences of those flows, and study the ways in which a personal interest in these topics can be the basis for a professional career.

GI is a bridge between the liberal arts and the professional schools, featuring faculty from law, business, public health, and public policy, as well as numerous liberal arts departments. It also serves as a "gateway" course to other international and area studies courses.

The course centers around five modules, each lasting two to three weeks:

    1. Geography, Trade, and Culture
    2. Natural Endowments and Economic Performance
    3. Modern Global Organizations
    4. National, Sub-National, and World Cultures
    5. The Global Interdependence of Knowledge and Ideas

These topics will take up at least twenty out of a total of twenty-eight class meetings during the term. The course coordinator will use the remaining sessions for introducing new material, discussions, and transitions to new topics.

At the beginning of the term, each student enrolled in GI will choose one of seven pre-professional tracks: business, government, law, education, social work, natural resources, and public health. Each student would then write three papers exploring the relationship between any three of the five course modules and their professional track. Students in certain professional tracks may be required to write on designated modules. For example, education students enrolling under the GEOG 245 crosslisting may have to write their papers on Modules 1, 2, and 5 in order to fulfill their State of Michigan certification requirements.

Advisory Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

UC 275 — Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Miller,Andrew T

WN 2007
Credits: 1
Other: Expr

Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates (GIEU) is an interdisciplinary experiential introduction to intercultural learning that prepares diverse undergraduate students from various colleges for field experience interactions, and then helps students bring these experiences back to campus in socially and academically productive ways. It is a series of concentrated seminars of orientation, debriefing, and symposium.

Advisory Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 001, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 002, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 003, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 004, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 005, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 006, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 007, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 008, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 009, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 010, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 011, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 012, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 013, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 014, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 015, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 016, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 017, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 018, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 019, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 020, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 021, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 022, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 023, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 024, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 025, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 026, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 027, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 028, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 029, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 030, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 031, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 032, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 033, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 034, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 035, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 036, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 280 — Undergraduate Research
Section 037, REC

Instructor: Megginson,Robert E
Instructor: Gregerman,Sandra R

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 4
Other: Expr

Credit Exclusions: A maximum of eight credits may be elected through lower-division UROP research courses (UC 280, 281, ENGR 280, MOVESCI 280, SPTMGMTC 280, and PHYSED 280).

This course provides academic credit for students engaged in research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). To receive credit, the student must be working on a research project under the supervision of a University of Michigan faculty member. Students may elect the course for 1-4 hours of credit. For each hour of credit, it is expected that the student will work three hours per week. The grade for the course will be based on a final project report evaluated by the faculty sponsor and on participation in other required UROP-sponsored activities, including bi-monthly research group meetings, and submission of a journal chronicling the research experience. Students will receive a letter grade for this course.

Advisory Prerequisite: First or second year standing.

UC 302 — Leading Small Organizations II
Section 002, LAB

Instructor: Doyle,Wayne Brendan

WN 2007
Credits: 2

Credit Exclusions: Counts as credit toward LSA degree

Continues methodology of MILSCI 301/UC 301. Analyze tasks; prepare written or oral guidance for team members to accomplish tasks. Delegate tasks and supervise. Plan for and adapt to the unexpected in organizations under stress. Examine and apply lessons fro leadership case studies. Examine importance of ethical decision making in setting a positive climate that enhances team performance. Two hours and a required leadership lab, plus required participation in three one-hour sessions for physical fitness. Participation in one weekend exercise is required.

Advisory Prerequisite: PER PRG CHRM

UC 390 — Disciplinary Study in a Second Language
Section 001, REC

Instructor: Cruz,Marie

WN 2007
Credits: 1

Language Across the Curriculum program — an initiative undertaken by the College to increase the range of opportunities to employ their second-language skills in a variety of disciplinary contexts. A section taught in a second language and counting towards certification in "advanced second-language competence" may be added to any LS&A course. An additional hour meeting in a classroom setting and associated out-of-class work, both involving a language other than English.

Advisory Prerequisite: Fourth-term language proficiency, and permission of instructor.

UC 390 — Disciplinary Study in a Second Language
Section 002, REC

WN 2007
Credits: 1

Language Across the Curriculum program — an initiative undertaken by the College to increase the range of opportunities to employ their second-language skills in a variety of disciplinary contexts. A section taught in a second language and counting towards certification in "advanced second-language competence" may be added to any LS&A course. An additional hour meeting in a classroom setting and associated out-of-class work, both involving a language other than English.

Advisory Prerequisite: Fourth-term language proficiency, and permission of instructor.

UC 399 — Directed Study
Section 001, IND

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 3
Other: INDEPENDENT

A program of supervised study agreed upon by a student and a member of the faculty. UC 399 provides an available number for the occasional faculty/student projects that either (1) do not fit into a specific department; or (2) are mentored by non-LS&A faculty.

Section 007 — FILM, MEDIA AND CULTURE CINEMA AND SOCIAL DISCOURSE: A POETIC OF FRIENDSHIP IN FRANCOPHONE FILM. OUAGA, BURKINA FASO February 24-March 3, 2007.

Advisory Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

UC 402 — Military Professionalism and Professional Ethics
Section 002, LAB

Instructor: Hilton,Robert Lance

WN 2007
Credits: 2

MILSCI 402 is an interdisciplinary course that integrates history, political science, ethics and morality, law, leadership and management. The course helps prepare students to ethically lead and manage complex organizations by focusing on the moral, ethical, legal and regulatory aspects of being a commissioned officer in the US Army.

UC 403 — Leadership and Ethics
Section 003, LAB

Instructor: Zurey,Edward C

WN 2007
Credits: 2

Credit Exclusions: Counts as credit toward LSA degree.

Exploration of Western moral traditions and ethical philosophy in topics to include military leadership, core values, and professional ethics.

Advisory Prerequisite: N S 201/P.I.

UC 415 — Inside Washington, D.C.
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Howard,Margaret Marie

WN 2007
Credits: 1
Other: Expr

"Inside Washington, D.C." is a one-credit course restricted to participants in the Michigan in Washington (MIW) undergraduate internship program. Students attend eight speeches, discussions, panels, or presentations on the history, politics, society, economics, and culture of Washington, and its role as the nation's capital. Speakers include government officials, leaders of corporations and non-profit organizations, scientists, journalists, museum curators, musicians, and artists.

UC 499 — Directed Study
Section 001, IND

WN 2007
Credits: 1 — 3
Other: INDEPENDENT

A program of supervised study agreed upon by a student and a member of the faculty. UC 499 provides an available number for the occasional faculty/student projects that either (1) do not fit into a specific department; or (2) are mentored by non-LS&A faculty.

Advisory Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

UC 500 — Biomedical Engineering Seminar
Section 001, LEC

Instructor: Noll,Douglas C

WN 2007
Credits: 1

This seminar features various bioengineering-related speakers.

 
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