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Sunday Gazette-Mail, Siuday, August 17,1973 NEW DIMENSIONS AT W. VA. STATE John W. Davis fine Arts Center COLLEGE f IRST SEMESTER FALL CLASSES August 29- December 19,1975 REGISTRATION DATES Tuesday 26,6:00-8:30 Wednesday 27 and Thursday 289-12,1:30-4:30,6:30-8:30 Wilson Student Union Evening. Classes AST 102-1 ' Studio II - Drawing, 3 Cr., 6:30-9:15 TTh, TEA, FA-219 200-1 Art Appreciation, 3 Cr., 6:00-8:45 M, Mr. Smith, FA-206 208-1 American Indian Art, 3 Cr., 6:00-8:45 W, Mr. McNamara. FA-220. *309-1 Photography, 3 Cr., 6:00-9:45 W, plus two hours arranged, TBA, WH-521 *New Course. ARTS SURVEY 'Evening Classes .201-3 Evening Classes Arts Survey, 3 Cr., 6:00-8:45 W, Dr. Eich, FA-103 B10LOGT 101-4 Principles of Biology, 4 Cr., 6:00-8':45 M, plus 6:00-7:45 W, Dr. Lubega, HH-301 102-1 Survey of the Plant and Animal Kingdoms, 4 Cr., 6:00-8:45 T, plus 6:00-7:45 Th, Mr. Franklin,'HH-306 ^Evening Classes BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 101-4 Beginning Typewriting, 2 Cr., 5:30-6:50 TTh, plus two hours arranged, TBA,-A-202 102-2 Advanced Typewriting, 2 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, plus two hours arranged, TBA, A-202 103-3 Elementary Shorthand, 2 Cr., 7:00-8:15 TTh, TBA, A-202 104-2 Business Mathematics, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Altor, WH-219 105-2 Intermediate Shorthand, 2 Cr. (P) 5:30-6:50 MW, TBA, A-202 200-2 Introduction to Business, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:50 TTh, TBA, A-303 201-1 Conauoer Economics, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, TBA, A-210 209-2 Mathematical Analysis for Business Decisions, 3 Cr. (P) 5:30-6:50 TTh, TBA, WH-221 210-2 Mathematical Analysis for Business Decisions II, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Akor, A-210 212-1 Advanced Dictation and Transcription, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, TBA, A-202 214-2 Office Machines, 2 Cr. (P) 5:10-6:50 Th, plus two hours arranged,] TBA, A-213 215-6 First Year Accounting, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Deppen, A-309 215-7 First Tear Accounting, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, tBA, A-309 . 216-3 First Tear Accounting, 3 Cr(C)7:00-9:45 T, Mrs. Crum, A-311 216-4 First Tear Accounting, 3 Cr., (C) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mrs. LaDrlare, 300-4 Business Organization and Management, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, A-303 301-2 Intermediate Accounting, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, Mrs. Bailey, A-311 . 302--1 Intermediate Accounting, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 M, Mrs. Ginestra, A-309 : ' 303-2. Business Statistics,'3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Cross, A-201 Principles of Marketing, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Dr. Maliche, WH-124 " Business Law, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Goldberg, WH-117 Business .Law, 3 Cr. (C) 5:30-6:45 TTh,'Mr: Goldberg,'WH-117 Retailing,, 3 Cr,' (P) 7:00-9:45 W, TBA, WH-118 . Personnel-Management--Human'Relations, 3 Cr.,(P) 7:00-9:45 M Mr. Oden, A-203 Principles of Real Es'tate, 3 Cr.,- 7:00-9:45 F, TBA, A-203 .. Business Finance, 3 Cr. (P) -:00-9'45 W, TBA, A-303 Cost Accounting, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Cross, A-201 494-2 Directed Observation and Participation in Elementary Education, 2 Cr. (P) 4:00-4:50 M, plus hours arranged, Dr. Securro, MH-622 494-3 Directed Observation and Participation in Elementary Education, 3 Cr. (P) 4:00-4:50 M, plus hours arranged, Dr. Securro, WH-622 497-1 Student Teaching in Secondary School, 3'Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 M, Dr. Davis, Mr. Stebbins, Mr. Baker (Aug. 25-29; Sept. 2-29 or Sept. 30-Oct. 27), HH-113, WH-125, WH-425 49'/-2 Student Teaching in Secondary School, 6 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 M, Dr. Davis, Mr. Stebbins, Mr. Baker, WH-113, WH-125, WH-425 (Aug. 25-29; Sept. 2-Oct. 27) 497-3 Student Teaching in Secondary School, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 M, Dr. Davis,, Mr. Stebbins, Mr. Baker, WH-113, WH-125, WH-425 (Aug. 25-29; Oct. 22-Nov. 19 or Nov. 20-Dec. 19) 497-4 Student Teaching in Secondary School, 6 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 M, Dr. Davis, Mr. Stebbins, Mr.. Baker; WH-125, WH-113, WH-425 (Aug. 25-29, Oct. 22-Dec. 19) 498-1 Directed Observation and Participation In Secondary Education, 1 Cr. (P) 4:00-4:50 M, plus hours arranged, Dr. Securro, WH-622 498-2 Directed Observation and Participation In Secondary Education, ·2 Cr. (P) 4:00-4:50 M, plus hours arranged, Dr. Securro, WH-622 I 498-3 Directed Observation and Participation In Secondary Education, 3 Cr. (P) 4:00-4:50 M, plus hours arranged, Dr. Securro, WH-6J2 1 ** Plus field and/or laboratory experience to be arranged. *** Students are to be concurrently enrolled in Education 390. Evening Claasea ENGLISH 05-2 307-2 308-1 309-1 310-2 -311-1 313-2 310-2 .Progran-ung Digital-Computers for Business Applications, 3 Cr-. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, Mr. Thornton, WH-820 321-2 Industrial Management, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Dr. Cassell, A-203 ' · · · - . 333-1 Principles of Transportation, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Farmer, A-210 '407-1 Insurance, 3 Cr. 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Showen, A-210 . 411-1 Sales-Management,.3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 I, TEA',' A-303 414-1 ' Investments, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, TBA, A-303 415-1 Federal Income Tax.Procedure, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr.' Deppen, A-203 ·'" 418-2 Advan-.ed'Accounting, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th; Mr. Simpson, A-309 . 420-1 Senior Business Seminar, 2 Cri, 5:00-6:40 T, Dr. Maliche, WH 7 214 .433-1 Transportation--Physical Distribution, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Schalllo, A-310 441-1 Business Forecasting Fluctuations, 3 Cr. (P) 5:30^6:45 TTh, Dr. Cassell, A-203 Saturday Classes 101-22 Effective Communication, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 TTH, Mr. Corvin, A-201 101-23 Effective Communication, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Nelson, A-301 101-24 Effective Cooniunication, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Callard, A-301 102-6 Effective Communication, 3 Cr., (C) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Corvin A-204 107-13' English Language Skills Laboratory, 2.Cr., 7:00-8:40 M, Mrs. Huffman, WH-224 107-14 English Language Skills Laboratory, 2Cr., 7:00-8:40 T, Dr. O'Hear, WH-224 107-15 English Language Skills Laboratory, 2 Cr., 7:00-8:40 W, Mrs. Frazier, WH-224 107-16 cnglish Language Skills Laboratory, 2 Cr., 7:00-8:40 Th, TBA, WH-224 · 200-1 World Literature Through the Sixteenth Century, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Dr. Gerhard,, A-204 204-3 Writing for Business, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Mrs. Cropley, A-204 304-1 Introduction to Creative Writing, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, Dr. Wobbe, A-207 307-1 Advanced Creative Writing, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 M, Dr. Wobbe, A-208 400-1 Readings in Literature: Milton, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Dr. Nelson, A-207 404-1 Linguistics: Introduction to Descriptive Linguistics, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Paul, A-207 Saturday Class 101-25 Effective Conaiunicatlon, 3 Cr., 9:00-11:45 S, TBA, WH-125 Evening Class EHVUOHMENTAL STUDIES P106-1 .Environmental Studies, 4 Cr., 7:00-9:45 1«, Ur. Barnes, HH-104 HH-105 * A i. , ,,, FRENCH I Evening Class 1101-2 Elementary French, 4 Cr.', 6:20-8:00 W, Mrs. Davie, A-306 : GENERAL STUDIES ' General Studies 110 - Freshman Seminar tvanlntt Classes · . 307-3 " Business Law, 3 Cr., 9:00-11:45 S, Mr. Goldberg, WH-117 Evening Classes CHEMISTRY 101-1 * General Chemistry (Non-Science), .3 Cr., 6:00-7:15 MW, . M r . Cabbell, HH-Aud. . . . ·101L-2 · General' Chemistry' Laboratory, 1 Cr.," 7:30-9:00 M, Mr. Cabbell, '·:· · . , HH : 202 ' ·105-3 Gensrai Chemistry arid Qualitative Analysis, 3 Cr., (P) 6:00- 7':15.MW, Jr. .JasSarma, HH-204 . - 105L-4 General Chemistry, Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis', ·" - 2 Cr., 7:30-10:00 »;, Or. JasSartna, HH-204, HH-206 J.06-1 Chinistry for ilementary Teachers, 3 Cr., 5:00-6:40 MW, !)r. .Kagen, HH-110 ' , " 205-3 Organic Chemistry, .3 Cr. (P) 6:00-7:15 TTh, Dr. Jackson, HH-204 ' ' . . : · OrgEnic Chemistry Laboratory, 2 Cr., (P) 7:30-10:00 TTh, Jr.' Jackson, HH-204, HH-203 . · Physical Chemistry, 3 Cr., (P) 6:00-7:15 HW, Dr. Krabacher, HH-105 ' ' · 301L-2 Physical Chitaistry Laboratory, 1 Cr. (P) 7:30-10:00 M, Dr. K7aba:her, HH-G108 Evenii.E Classes. · CRTMIHAL JUSTICE , i 1110-32 Fre«hntn Seminar, 1 Cr., 5:30^6:20 M, Mr. Metz, A-204 |llO-33 Freshman Seminar, 1 Cr., 5:30-6:20 W, Mr. Metz, A-204 ·34 Freshman Seminar, 1- Cr., 5:30-6:20.F, Mr. Metz, A-204 1110-35 rre«hman Seninir.-l Cr., 6:00-6:50 M, Mr. Bouldin, A-206 UlO-37 Freshman Seminar, 1 Cr., 6:00-6:50 T, TBA, A-206 |llO-37 .Frwhaan Seminar, 1 Cr., 6:00-6:50 H, TBA, A-206 |llO-38 ?«»;=·» Seminar, 1 Cr., 6:00-6:50 Th, TBA, A-206 General Studies 120 - Language and Literature Colloquia* Evening Classes | 120-8 Journall»m as Literature, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, Mr. Slutsky, . WH-219 1120-9 The Writer's Gla»* Ball, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Gerhard, WH-221 | 120-10 Short Story: Narrative Signifying..., 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Miss.Epps, WH-622 General Studies 130 - Science and Mathematics ColloQuia* 300-2 West Virginia History, Geography, and Government, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Dr.'Casdorph, HH-125 31 1 -! The Black American in Ur.ited States History, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, TBA, A-208 Evening Classes HOME ECONOMICS 310-r Special Problems in Clothing Construction, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:15 TTh, Mrs. LaFleur, CL-304 312-1 Bi,«;. Therapy, 3 Cr., 7:00-8:30 T, plus arranged hours, i^ss Kauschert, CL-305 INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Evening Classes I ** 101-2 Graphics, 2 Cr. (P) 6:15-9:35 W, Mr. Kreber, CH-302 121-2 Materials of Construction, 3 Cr., 6:00-9:00 W, Mr. White, CH-114 161-1 Electronic Circuits II, 4 Cr., (P) 6:15-10:25 M, Dr. Barazi, CH-104 202-1 Architectural Working Drawings, 3 Cr., 6:00-9:45 W, TBA, CH-300 225-1 Statics, 3 Cr., 6:15-10:00 T, Mr. Kreber, CH-302 246-1 Layout, 3 C r . , 6:00-6:50 T, plus four hours arranged, TBA, MS 247-1 Fabrication, 4 Cr., (P) 6:00-7:45 Th, plus four hours arranged, TBA, MS 260-1 Solid State Electronic Circuits, 4 Cr. (P) 6:15-10:25 T, Dr. Barazi, CH-102 262-1 Electronic Instrumentation, 3 Cr. (P) 6:15-9:10 Th, Dr. Batazl, CH-104 301-2 Architectural Design II, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-10:15 M, TBA, CH-300 320-1 Contracts and Specifications, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-8:45 T, Mr. White, CH-202 325-1 Steel Design, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-9:45 T, Mr. Kreber, CH-302 ** For Students tn-stream. Saturday Class 221-1 Plane Surveying, 3 Cr. (P) 8:00-12:00 S, Mr. Kreber, CH-302 MATHEMATICS Evening Classes ' 012-1 Introduction to Algebra, 1 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, Mr. lannello, WH-723 101-5 College Algebra, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Aheart, WH-124 102-2 Plane Trigonometry, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, TBA, WH-731 103-4 Basic Structures of Mathematics I, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Miss Yovich, WH-731 104-1 Basic Structures of Mathematics II, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Chouteau, WH-219 105-2 College Algebra (Math and Science Majors), 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Aheart, WH-124 108-1 Intuitive Geometry for Elementary Teachers, 3 Cr. (P) 5:30-6:45 TTh, Mr. Chouteau, WH-731 ·.02-1 Digital Computer Programming I, 3 Cr. (P) 5:45-7:00 MU, Miss Tovich, WH-820 06-1 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, 4 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:00 MW, Mr. McCullough, WH-731 07-1 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II, 4 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:00 TTh, ' Mr. lannello, WH-723 .. · .08-1 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III, 4 Cr. (C) 71.00-9:00 MW, . Mr. Campbell, WH-220 308-1 Introduction to Modern Abstract Algebra, 3 Cr. (P) 5:30-6:45 MW, Mr. Campbell, WH-723 402-1 Differential Equations I, 3 Cr. (P). 4:30-5:45 TTh, Mr. Aheart, WH-820 403-1 Introduction to Probability, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Campbell, WH-220 .08-1 Senior Mathematics Seminar, 1 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 F, Mr. Chouteau, WH-820 Evening Classes 105-3 MUSIC Evening Classes 130-8 205L-4 301-1 : .101-3 Introduction to Law Enforcement, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:50 TTh, Mr. Zink, JH-2 ' . · 201-2 pplice Operations, 4 Cr., 6:20-10:00 M, TBA, JH-1 203-2 Introduction to Corrections, 4 Cr., 6:20-10:00 W, Miss Perrow, JH-1 206-2 Principles'of Criminal Law, 4 Cr., 4:50-6:30 TTh, Mr. Walker, JH-4 ' . 405-1. Methods, of Security, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh," Mr. Wageman, JH-1 Evening Classes ECONOMICS 201 -5 Principles of Economics, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, Mr. Hetz, WH-124 - , , 301-1 Income and Employment Theory, 3 Cr. (P) 5:30-6:45 MW, Kr. Brandolini, WH-219 EDUCATION Music Skills for Classroom Teachers, 2 Cr., 7:00-9:00 T, TBA, FA-305 107-2 Appreciation of Music, 2 Cr., 7:00-9:00 T, TBA, FA-309 See the following for applied lessons: Voice, Mr. Dalton; Piano, Dr. Giles; Organ Harpsichord, Dr. Eich; Brass 6. Percussion, Dr. Hall; Woodwinds, Mr. Gillispie. Evening Classes PHILOSOPHY 308-1 Philosophy of .the East and West, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Allinson, WH-425 309-2 Contemporary Social Philosophy, 4 Cr., 6:20-10:00 T, Dr. Allinson, WH-425 Evening Classes 'PHYSICAL SCIENCE SURVEY ~ Evening Classes 200-5 Foundations of Education, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, Mr. West, WB-531 **201-5 Human Growth and Development, 4 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Dr. MacDonald, WH-425 **202-2 Hunan Development and the Learning Process, 4 Cr. (P) 7.00-9.15 300-1 Audio-Visual Materials and Methods, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Baker, WH-531 ,_, **30l-l Childhood Development: Early Childhood Education, 4 Cr. (P) ·7-00-9:45 Th, Mrs. Santee, WH-531 ' 'W316-4 Integrated Methods, 4 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, Dr. Jaaes, WH-425 317-1 Mathematics for Eleaentary Teachers, 3 Cr. (P) 7.00-9.45 w, 321-1 Teaching"*TM'Language Arts, 3 Cr. (P) 4:00-5:15 TTh, TBA, 390-1 Basic Professional Skills Development, 2 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:50 M, Dr. Davis, Mr. Baker, WH-622 401-1 Teaching English in Secondary School, 2 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:50 W, Mr. Stebbins, WH-622 ,, - ,, 403-1 Teaching Mathematics in Secondary School, 2 Cr. (P) 7.00 B.SO «*405-1 ^aWoclat'studles in Secondary School, 2 Cr. (P) 4:00-5=50 W, Mr. Stebbins, WH-531 , ,, ***41l-l Teaching Satural Sciences in Secondary School, 2 Cr. (FJ o.uu 7:50 T, Kr. Hutto, HH-304 , Teaching Physical Education in Secondary School, i «. w Particles Damage and Production of Monsters: Some Uses and Hazards of Radiation, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Dr. Barnes, HH-108 130-9 Ancient Calculators, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. McCullough, WH-820 Saturday Class 30-10 Life and Death on a Calculator, 3 Cr., 9:00-11:45 S, Mr. Carney WH-820 ·' General Studies 140 - Fine Arts Colloquia* Evening- Classes 140-8 The Dance, 3 Cr., 6:00-8:4} W, Mrs. Hutto, FH-210 140-9 'Jaas, 3 Cr,, 6:00-8:45 W, Mr. Taylor, FA-309 140-10 Survival--Fantasy or Seality,. 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, Mr. Prewitt, FA-208' ' 140-11 ' Shoe-Strtng Theatre, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 I, Mrs. Spaniol, FA-103 General Studies 150 - Social Science and Philosophy Colloquia* Evening Classes, 15^7 Voyages Into the Self, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 MM, Mrs. Allinson, WH 7^T 150-8 Socio-ficonomic .Extremis,, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, Mr. Metz 150-9 Consumer Protection: The Legal and Business Aspects, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Akor 150-10 World War II: The Democracies and Dictators at War, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, Dr. Casdorph, WH-128 Saturday Class 150-11 Drugs and Behavior, 3 Cr., 9:00-11:45 S, Dr. Hochhauser, WH-622 General Studies API - Upper Division Seminar* Evening Classes - *401-9 Africans through Contemporary Literature, 4 Cr. (P) 6:00-9:45 «, Dr. Nelson, WH-129 *401-10 Selected Topics in Twentieth-Century China, 4 Cr., (f) H:W-\:t3 T Mrs. Capiz, WH-129 401-11 'Man': The Cultural Antoal, 4 Cr. (P) 6:90-9:45 W, Mr. Hutto, WH-223 GEOGRAPHY Evening Class -- 305-2 Evening Clars W-j.-ld Regional Geography, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Dr. Weing, WH-118 GEOLOGY HHOS-1 General Geology, 4 Cr., 7:00-8:50 HH, Dr. Barnes, HH-104, H«" 105 GEMAN Evening Classes 101-2 Eleo-ntary German, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh, Mr. Wetteroth, A-205 20J-1 Intermediate German, 3 Cr., 8:20-9:35 TTh, Mr. Wetteroth, A-205 HEALTH. PHYSICAL EDUCATION. jiECTEATION AND SAFETY Svenlng Classes ' Physical Education 101-1 Physical Science Survey, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, TBA, HH-109 101-2 Physical Science Survey, 3 Cr.,' 7:00-9:45 W, TBA, HH-109 msios Evening Classes 201-4 General Physics, 4 Cr., 7:00-9:.»5 T, plus 7:00-8:00 F, Mr. Kiin, HH-110 201L-5 Physical Measurements, 1 Cr., 8:00-9:45 F, Mr. Kim, HH-107 411-1 Advanced Laboratory, 2 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Dr. Barnes, HH-108 POLITICAL SCIENCE Evening Classes 201-4 American Government, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 TTh, Mr. Lewis. VH-223 308-1 Government and Business, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 MW, Mr. ClarA, WH-117 * PSYCHOLOGY Evening Classes 101-6 General Psychology, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, TBA, WH-122 208-1 Business and Industrial Psychology, 3 Cr., (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Dr. Crawford, WH-935 SOCIAL SCIENCE Evening Class MEW PROGRAMS One-year Certificate and two-year Associate Degree program in Fire Protection Technology. One-year Certificate and two-year Associate Degree program in Nursery/Day Care Training. One-year Certificate program in Structural Steel Detailing. NON-TRADITIONAL OFFERINGS Television Courses The Ascent of Man Time Announced Later 3 Credits Both Programs Offered on Both Stations. Classic Theatre Time Announced Later 3 credits WSWP-TV, Channel 9 AND WMUL-TV-Channel 33 COURSE BY NEWSPAPER The American Issues Forum 2 credits **»419-1 4:00-5:50 M, Mrs. Hutto, WH-425 19 ^^.^r^St^ .rT %l t ; nO-t:SO M~Blo» hocrs arri « tes - «·«=»-«-« 150-3 Fundamentals of Social Science, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 TTh, Dr. Ewing, WH-118 SOCIAL WORK Evening Classes * 131-2 Introduction: Social Professions Field and Services, 4 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, plus one hour arranged, TBA, WH-125 204-1 Introduction to Social Welfare, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. McLeod, WH-118 300-1 Social Welfare Policy and Services, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Ih, Mr. Richardson, WH-221 309-2 Principles of Interviewing ar4 Recording, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, TBA, WH-221 406-4 Social Work Field Experience, 4 Cr., 5:30-6:30 H, TBA, WH-220 406-5 Social Work Field Experience, 6 Cr., 5:30-6:30 M, TBA, WH-220 SOCIOLOGY Evening Classes 121-1 Beginning i^a Diving (Coed), 1 Cr., 7:00-8.40 T, Mr. Treheme.l £H Pnol 321-1 Advance I Ecuba Diving (Coed), 1 Cr., 7:00-8:40 T, Mr. Treh.rne, 423-1 Instructor's Certification Ir. Water Safety, 1 Cr., (P) 7:00-8:40 Th, l:r. Burris, FH-Pool Physical Education - Majors Evening Class 446-2 Physical a!uc«tion for ileaentary Schools, 4 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:40 Mf, Hiss Lewis, FH-202, FH-217 Evcnlna Class Safety 363-1 Issues In Driver and Highway Safety, J Cr. (?) 7:00-9:45 -, «r. Scobell, FH-10S H1STOCT 201-5 207-5 Vsrli History (to 1660) T Cr. 7:00-9:45 K, D r . K « History of the Unite* States to 1865, 3 Cr., 7:00-9.45 IS, Jr. Seatty, W-124 ** Second 8 v^iks. *** Cro " W«e «1* Eo'lronaeatal Studies 101. » lce o£ $25 Cor Ail class. Introduction to Sociology, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, Mr. Snuffer, WH-117 Minorities in American Society, 3 Cr.. 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Thoapsan, WH-117 Social Organizations and Social Institutions, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 K, Xrs. Hoffman, WH-117 Methods o" Social Sesearch, 4 Cr., 7:00-9:00 TTh, Dr. Jogland, WH-125 Juvenile Delinquency, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Nlss Thornton, WH-117 SPEECH S3AMA EvynlnK C'asst? Public Speaking, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:"5 W, TEA, FA-401 Aaerican Broadcast History and Crtticlsa, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 TTh, Xr. Curry, FA-401 * This was foraerly Social Work 200, Introduction to Social Work. This vss foraerly Sociology 201, Bfereto:tlon to Sociology- Convenient -- Low-Cost -High-Quality. . . That's the type of education and service you get at West Virginia State College. Convenient because State is located just off Interstate 64 at the Institute exit (Number 13). And also because of an ever expanding listing of day and evening classes to fit your working schedule. Low-Cost because you can enroll for three hours at a cost of just $38, six hours for $65, and twelve or more at just $147. No other Kanawha Valley College can match those figures. f High-Quality because State College continues to expand its offerings to fit your pp-d?. During 1975-76, associate programs in Fire Protection Technology, Nursery Day Care Training and Communications will complement the other 24 degree programs at State. In addition, you receive complete training from our 150 highly qualified faculty members. There's still time to apply for admission to the 1975 Fall Semester. Simply fill out j an application form and bring a copy of your high school or college transcript to | the Admissions Office. Registration begins Tuesday, August 26 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and continues August 27 28 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Wilson Student Union. Call 766-3221 or 3619 for more information.

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