What's new: Spring 2015 classes and calendar view.
Data last updated: 12/8/14
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Hume
Required preparation,one course in philosophy. The writings of Descartes, Spinoza,Locke, Berkeley, Leibniz, and Hume on such questions as, Can weknow that the things we see and touch are real and not a dream?
PHIL 220-001
Modern Philosophy

TuTh

Alan J Nelson
12:30pm-1:45pm

Caldwell 103
PH NA WB



PHIL 220-001
Modern Philosophy
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Programming
Introduction to computeruse. Approaches to problem solving; algorithms and their design;fundamental programming skills. Students can receive credit for onlyone of COMP 110, 116, or 121.
COMP 110-001
Intro Programming

TuTh

Jayashree Aikat
9:30am-10:45am

Genome Sciences G100
QR



COMP 110-001
Intro Programming
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Ancient Cities
An introduction to Mediterranean archaeologythrough the examination of archaeological sites from the Neolithicperiod (ca. 9000 BCE) to the Roman Empire (fourth centuryCE). The sites, geographic and cultural areas, and chronological periodsof study vary depending on instructor. Does not satisfy classicalarchaeology major requirements.
CLAR 120-001
Ancient Cities

TuTh

Emma Nicole Buckingham
3:30pm-4:45pm

Murphey 116
HS WB



CLAR 120-001
Ancient Cities
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Rhetoric and Public Issues
Examines the basic nature andimportance of rhetoric and argumentation. Attention is devoted tointerpreting the persuasive function of texts and their relation tomodern forms of life.
COMM 170-001
Rhet Publ Issues

TuTh

Virgil W Balthrop
11:00am-12:15pm

Peabody 104
PH



COMM 170-001
Rhet Publ Issues
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Film and Culture
Examines the ways culture shapes andis shaped by film. This course uses comparative methods to contrastfilms as historic or contemporary, mainstream or cutting-edge, inEnglish or a foreign language, etc.
ENGL 143-001
Film & Culture

MWF

Jennifer L Larson
10:10am-11:00am

Greenlaw 222
VP GL



ENGL 143-001
Film & Culture
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Ecology and Evolution
Prerequisites, BIOL 101 and CHEM
BIOL 201-006
Ecology And Evolution

TuTh

Maria R Servedio
11:00am-12:15pm

Genome Sciences G200
PL QI



BIOL 201-006
Ecology And Evolution
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Astronomy: The Solar System
Celestialmotions of the earth, sun, moon, and planets; nature of light; groundand space-based telescopes; comparative planetology; the earth andthe moon; terrestrial and gas planets and their moons; dwarf planets,asteroids, and comets; planetary system formation; extrasolar planets;the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI).
ASTR 101-001
Intro Astro I

MWF

Nicholas M Law
12:20pm-1:10pm

Carroll 111
PX



ASTR 101-001
Intro Astro I
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Comparative Politics
This course highlightsthe comparative method by seeking to understand differencesamong diverse states on several continents.
POLI 130-001
Intro To Comp Poli

TuTh

Rahsaan Daniel Maxwell
9:30am-10:45am

Gardner 210
SS BN GL



POLI 130-001
Intro To Comp Poli
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People and Places
This course examines places and theconnections between places to build critical understandings of therole of human geographies in global economic, political, social, andcultural systems. (Core)
GEOG 121-001
People And Places

TuTh

Tu Lan
9:30am-10:45am

Murphey 116
SS GL



GEOG 121-001
People And Places
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Perspectives in Drama
A survey of plays from the Greeksto the present, analyzed through such elements of the dramatic textas action, character, structure, and language.
DRAM 115-001
Perspectives In Drama

TuTh

David A Adamson
8:00am-9:15am

Manning 209
LA NA



DRAM 115-001
Perspectives In Drama
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ENEC 201-001
Environment And Society

MWF

Gregory J Gangi
11:15am-12:05pm

Genome Sciences G100
SS GL



ENEC 201-001
Environment And Society
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Arab Cultures
Introduction to the cultures ofthe Arab world and of the Arabs in diasporas: art, literature, film, music,dance, food, history, religion, folklore, etc.asian studieswww.unc.edu/ugradbulletin 103
ARAB 150-001
Intro To Arab Cultures

TuTh

Fadi A Bardawil
2:00pm-3:15pm

Dey Hall 208
LA BN



ARAB 150-001
Intro To Arab Cultures