Temple University, Japan Campus

Undergraduate Program

Spring 2022 Course Schedules

The in-person class list for the Spring 2022 semester is now available. The rest of the Spring 2022 courses will be offered online.

Although we strive to keep this course list updated, scheduling changes may occur from time to time. Please check the Temple University Course Schedule website for the most current information. All media fees include tax.

All TUJ students must complete English 0802/0812, or equivalent, with C- or higher in order to take Upper Division courses numbered 2000-4999 and Writing Intensive (WI) courses. Prerequisites must be completed with a minimum grade of C- (some courses have a higher prerequisite grade requirement—please see the Temple University Undergraduate Bulletin for complete details.)

Last update: November 29, 2021

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AccountingACCT 2101 (801)Financial Accounting3TTh 15:50-17:20Sigaty, D.466111Class Info
AccountingACCT 2102 (801)Managerial Accounting3TTh 13:40-15:10Sigaty, D.466122Class Info
AdvertisingADV 0853 (801)Advertising and Globalization3TTh 15:50-17:20Foster, J.46291GGClass Info
AnthropologyANTH 0817 (801)Youth Cultures3MWF 16:50-17:50Horiguchi, S.46346GB1021Class Info
AnthropologyANTH 2238 (801)The Visual Anthropology of Modern Japan3MWF 15:20-16:40Horiguchi, S.46348238CL: ASST 2238 (801). Notes: Extended class (screening) time is required.Class Info
AnthropologyANTH 2373 (701)Japanese Culture3MWF 10:00-11:00Mock, J.46350253CL: ASST 2373 (701).Class Info
AnthropologyANTH 2373 (802)Japanese Culture3TTh 10:20-11:50Kindstrand, L.48298253CL: ASST 2373 (802).Class Info
ArtARTU 1101 (801)Painting for Non-Majors3MW 8:50-11:20Sakurai, K.46427C079Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1101 (802)Painting for Non-Majors3TTh 9:20-11:50Sakurai, K.46429C079Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1201 (801)3-D Design3WF 14:10-16:40Hishiyama, Y.46438C089Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1201 (802)3-D Design3TTh 9:20-11:50Kirkham, J.46460C089Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1201 (803)3-D Design3TTh 15:50-18:20Kirkham, J.48296C089Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1401 (801)Drawing I3WF 11:30-14:00Hishiyama, Y.46437C069Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1401 (802)Drawing I3TTh 13:10-15:40Kubota, T.46464C069Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1402 (801)Drawing II3MW 14:10-16:40Wilds, K.46458Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 1501 (801)2D Design3MW 14:10-16:40Kubota, T.46463C059Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2102 (801)Painting3MW 8:50-11:20Sakurai, K.46428118Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2102 (802)Painting3TTh 9:20-11:50Sakurai, K.46430118Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2202 (801)Intermediate 3-D3WF 16:50-19:20Hishiyama, Y.46439122Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2301 (801)Relief Printmaking3TTh 9:20-11:50Rouse, L.46457131Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2302 (801)Intermediate Printmaking: Relief3TTh 13:10-15:40Rouse, L.46453231Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2351 (801)Artist Books, Zines and Independent Publishing3MW 8:50-11:20Wilds, K.46459Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2400 (801)Special Topics: Contemporary Collage and Hybrid Printmaking3TTh 13:10-15:40Rouse, L.46454Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2402 (801)Intermediate Drawing3MW 14:10-16:40Sakurai, K.46424140Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2601 (801)Computer Imaging3TTh 15:50-18:20Rouse, L.46444160Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2601 (802)Computer Imaging3MW 11:30-14:00Kubota, T.46465160Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2602 (801)Intermediate Computer Imaging3MW 14:10-16:40Lynam, I.46448161Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2811 (801)Art Photography: Digital3MW 16:50-19:20Tsai, P.46461188Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2811 (802)Art Photography: Digital3TTh 9:20-11:50Tsai, P.46462188Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2812 (801)Intermediate Art Photography: Digital3TTh 13:10-15:40Watanabe, S.46432189Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2812 (802)Intermediate Art Photography: Digital3MW 14:10-16:40Tsai, P.46445189Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 2835 (801)Art Photo: Moving Image3MW 8:50-11:20Lynam, I.46442190Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3103 (801)Advanced Painting3TTh 13:10-15:40Kirkham, J.46451119Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3203 (801)Advanced 3-D3WF 16:50-19:20Hishiyama, Y.46440325Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3303 (801)Advanced Printmaking3TTh 13:10-15:40Rouse, L.46455321Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3403 (801)Advanced Drawing3MW 14:10-16:40Sakurai, K.46425143Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3601 (801)Multimedia Studio3WF 11:30-14:00Watanabe, S.46436Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3603 (801)Advanced Computer Imaging3MW 14:10-16:40Lynam, I.46449362Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3813 (801)Advanced Art Photography: Digital3TTh 13:10-15:40Watanabe, S.46433390Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 3813 (802)Advanced Art Photography: Digital3MW 14:10-16:40Tsai, P.46446390Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4149 (802)Painting Portfolio3TTh 13:10-15:40Kirkham, J.46452Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4249 (801)3-D Portfolio3TTh 15:50-18:20Kirkham, J.48401Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4249 (802)3-D Portfolio3WF 16:50-19:20Hishiyama, Y.46441Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4349 (801)Printmaking Portfolio3TTh 13:10-15:40Rouse, L.46456324Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4449 (802)Drawing Portfolio3MW 14:10-16:40Sakurai, K.464264406Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4648 (801)Computer Imaging Workshop3WF 11:30-14:00Watanabe, S.48331Class Info
ArtARTU 4648 (802)Computer Imaging Workshop3MW 8:50-11:20Lynam, I.46443Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4649 (801)Computer Imaging Portfolio3MW 14:10-16:40Lynam, I.46450Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4796 (801)Art Seminar3WF 14:10-16:40Watanabe, S.46431WIW192Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class. Permission of major coordinator also required.Class Info
ArtARTU 4848 (802)Art Photography Workshop3TTh 13:10-15:40Watanabe, S.46434381Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4849 (802)Art Photography Portfolio3TTh 13:10-15:40Watanabe, S.46435382Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
ArtARTU 4849 (803)Art Photography Portfolio3MW 14:10-16:40Tsai, P.46447382Notes: An extra program fee of 18,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required. Extra studio time is mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 1103 (801)Introduction to Methods and Theories3MWF 11:30-12:30Nettleton, T.46234Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 1156 (801)Art Heritage Western World II3TTh 15:50-17:20MacDonald, D.4624156Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2002 (801)History of Modern Crafts4MWF 12:40-14:00Morais, L.46235307Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2096 (801)Art History Writing Intensive: Eurasia: Connecting European and Asian Art and Culture4TTh 17:30-19:30Watanabe, S.46242WI2296Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2098 (801)Art History Writing Intensive: Art and Queer Theory4MWF 15:20-16:40Nettleton, T.46237WINotes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2680 (801)Topics in Global Art: Global Renaissance4TTh 17:30-19:30MacDonald, D.46243Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2800 (801)Topics in Non-Western Art: Japanese Graphic Design History4MWF 18:00-19:20Lynam, I.46239Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2800 (802)Topics in Non-Western Art: Japanese Art Before and After WWII: National Identities in Modernization4TTh 13:40-15:40Watanabe, S.46240Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Prior to Summer 2020, this course was titled, “Japanese Art Before and After WWII: From Manga to Performance Art”. The topical content remains the same and is thus not repeatable for credit. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2815 (801)Pre-Modern Japanese Art up to the Edo Period4MWF 10:00-11:20Tsuruya, M.46227215CL: ASST 2815 (801). Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class. Prior to spring 2017, the course title was “Japanese Art”.Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2816 (801)Art and the City: Tokyo in the 1960s and 1970s4MWF 10:00-11:20Nettleton, T.46233Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class. Repeated course warning: formerly “Art Hist 2800 Topics in Non-Western Art: Art and the City: Tokyo in the 1960s and 1970s”. Credit will not be given for both courses..Class Info
Art HistoryARTH 2896 (801)Modern Japanese Art4MWF 12:40-14:00Tsuruya, M.46236WINotes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class. Prior to spring 2017, the course was “Art Hist 2098 Art History Writing Intensive: Modern Japanese Art “.Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 0871 (801)Arts in Cultural Context4MWF 15:20-16:40Morais, L.46238GANotes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2000 (801)Special Topics in Asian Studies I: Risk Culture: The Politics of Pandemics, Natural Disasters and Nuclear Energy3TTh 12:00-13:30Cleveland, K.46359CL: SOC 2130 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2012 (801)Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature in Translation3TTh 10:20-11:50Nagai, M.46080221CL: JPNS 2012 (801). Notes: No knowledge of Japanese is required.Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2016 (801)Mystery and Crime Fiction in Japan3TTh 12:00-13:30Nagai, M.46082CL: JPNS 2016 (801). Notes: No knowledge of Japanese is required.Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2022 (801)Contemporary Chinese Urban Film and Fiction in Translation3MW 19:10-20:40Fu, M.46377CL: CHI 2022 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2098 (801)Japanese Popular Culture and Its Literature3TTh 10:20-11:50Chozick, M.46376WIW224Notes: No knowledge of Japanese language expected.Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2112 (801)Chinese Literature: From Classical to Contemporary3MWF 14:10-15:10Sun, S.46111CL: CHI 2112 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2196 (801)Writing in the City3TTh 8:40-10:10Chozick, M.46375WIClass Info
Asian StudiesASST 2238 (801)The Visual Anthropology of Modern Japan3MWF 15:20-16:40Horiguchi, S.46349338CL: ANTH 2238 (801). Notes: Extended class (screening) time is required.Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2373 (701)Japanese Culture3MWF 10:00-11:00Mock, J.46351253CL: ANTH 2373 (701).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2373 (802)Japanese Culture3TTh 10:20-11:50Kindstrand, L.48297253CL: ANTH 2373 (802).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2501 (801)Introduction to East Asia: China3MWF 12:40-13:40Cucek, M.46367115CL: HIST 2501 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2502 (701)Introduction to East Asia: Japan3MWF 8:50-9:50Mock, J.46352116CL: HIST 2502 (701).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2511 (801)Introduction to Asian Business3TTh 10:20-11:50Zeng, Z.46608104Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2511 (802)Introduction to Asian Business3TTh 13:40-15:10Zeng, Z.48420104Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 2815 (801)Japanese Art4MWF 10:00-11:20Tsuruya, M.46228270CL: ARTH 2815 (801). Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3000 (801)Special Topics in Asian Studies II: Korean Politics3TTh 19:10-20:40Satterwhite, D.46383304CL: POLS 3520 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3030 (801)Special Topics III: Eurasian Politics: The International Affairs of Russia, Central Asia, and the Caucasus3TTh 14:10-15:40Brown, J.46279CL: POLS 4320 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3030 (802)Special Topics III: Chinese Foreign Policy3TTh 12:00-13:30Wang, Y.46257CL: POLS 4310 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3030 (803)Special Topics III: Japan's International Relations3TTh 17:30-19:00Brown, J.46281CL: POLS 3510 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3076 (801)Metropolitan Tokyo3MWF 11:30-12:30Williams, M.46253230Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3247 (801)Ideology and Social Change in Japan3TTh 15:50-17:20Cleveland, K.46357223CL: SOC 3247 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3252 (801)East Asia and the United States3MWF 14:10-15:10Cucek, M.46365241CL: POLS 3252 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3301 (801)Japanese Religions3TTh 19:10-20:40Feeney, W.46379CL: REL 3301 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 3542 (801)Women and Society in Japan3TTh 12:00-13:30Rossitto, S.46370315CL: GSWS 3542 (801).Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 4096 (801)Writing Seminar in Asian Studies: Self, Culture, and Illness in Japan3MWF 14:10-15:10Horiguchi, S.46347WIW300Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 4096 (802)Writing Seminar in Asian Studies: Environmental History of Modern East Asia3TTh 17:30-19:00Tyner, C.46369WIW300Class Info
Asian StudiesASST 4696 (801)Modern Japan: Empire, War, Society3MWF 11:30-12:30Cucek, M.46363WIW311CL: HIST 4697 (801).Class Info
BiologyBIOL 0848 (801)DNA: Friend or Foe3TTh 17:30-19:00Cueno, M.46545GSClass Info
BiologyBIOL 1001 (801)Human Biology4MWF 18:00-19:20Cueno, M.46385C071Class Info
ChemistryCHEM 0821 (701)Chemistry of Wine3TTh 13:40-15:10Bidadi, H.46770GSClass Info
ChemistryCHEM 0838 (801)Nature Has No Reverse3MWF 19:30-20:30Cueno, M.46386GSC065Class Info
ChineseCHI 1002 (801)Chinese Elements II4MWF 10:00-11:20Sun, S.46109C067Class Info
ChineseCHI 2002 (801)Chinese Intermediate II3MWF 11:30-12:30Sun, S.46110167Class Info
ChineseCHI 2022 (801)Contemporary Chinese Urban Film and Fiction in Translation3MW 19:10-20:40Fu, M.46378CL: ASST 2022 (801).Class Info
ChineseCHI 2112 (801)Chinese Literature: From Classical to Contemporary3MWF 14:10-15:10Sun, S.46112CL: ASST 2112 (801).Class Info
Communication StudiesCMST 1111 (801)Communication and Public Life3MWF 14:10-15:10Carr, R.47575Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required.Class Info
Communication and Social InfluenceCSI 0836 (801)Interpersonal Communication: Critical Competencies for Professional and Personal Success3TTh 8:40-10:10Matsuhashi, Y.46547GBClass Info
Communication and Social InfluenceCSI 1111 (801)Introduction to Public Speaking3TTh 17:30-19:00Parham, C.46466Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Students cannot receive credit for this course if they have successfully completed STRC 1111, STRC 1911 or CSI 1911.Class Info
Communication and Social InfluenceCSI 3601 (801)Misperceptions and Misinformation3TTh 10:20-11:50Rosenkjar, P.46290Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required. Formerly STRC 3336 Argumentation. Credit will not be given for both STRC 3336 and CSI 3601.Class Info
Communication and Social InfluenceCSI 3701 (801)Intercultural Communication3MW 19:40-21:10Hawkins, B.47576Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
Communications and TheaterCOMM 3081 (801)Communications Special Projects3MWF 11:30-12:30Neubert, K.47721Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator required.Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 0835 (801)Cyberspace & Society 3MWF 8:50-9:50Karam, H.46389GS60Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 0835 (802)Cyberspace & Society 3TTh 15:50-17:20Lim, S.46761GS60Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 1051 (701)Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming in Python4TTh 13:40-15:40Tserolas, V.48028 Notes: Schedule includes a laboratory component.Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 1051 (801)Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming in Python4MWF 12:40-14:00Tserolas, V.46391Notes: Schedule includes a laboratory component.Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 1057 (801)Computer Programming in C4MWF 10:00-11:20Karam, H.46392Notes: Schedule includes a laboratory component.Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 1068 (801)Program Design and Abstraction4MWF 11:30-12:30 & M 19:40-21:40Karam, H.46393Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 1166 (801)Mathematical Concepts in Computing I4MWF 15:20-16:40Tserolas, V.46395Class Info
Computer and Information SciencesCIS 2168 (801)Data Structures4MWF 14:10-15:10 & W 19:40-21:40Karam, H.46394Class Info
DanceDANC 1807 (801)Hatha Yoga I2MW 16:50-17:50Myers, F.4671058Class Info
EconomicsECON 0858 (801)The American Economy3TTh 8:40-10:10Ofori, S.46546GUClass Info
EconomicsECON 1001 (801)Introduction to the Economy3TTh 12:00-13:30Lim, S.48155Notes: (1) This course is designated for students who are not business or economics majors. Students planning to take 2000, 3000 or 4000 level economics courses may have to take Economics 1101 or 1102 in addition to Economics 1001. Look at prerequisites for a particular course to see if 1101 or 1102 is specified. (2) This course can be used to satisfy the university Core Individual and Society (IN) requirement. Although it may be usable towards graduation as a major requirement or university elective, it cannot be used to satisfy any of the university GenEd requirements. See your advisor for further information.Class Info
EconomicsECON 1101 (801)Macroeconomic Principles3MWF 12:40-13:40Tanaka, M.46697C051Class Info
EconomicsECON 1101 (802)Macroeconomic Principles3TTh 15:50-17:20Mino Avila, S.46698C051Class Info
EconomicsECON 1102 (801)Microeconomic Principles3MWF 10:00-11:00Kahy, H.46699C052This course will be offered as both in-person and online.Class Info
EconomicsECON 1102 (802)Microeconomic Principles3TTh 12:00-13:30Iniguez, A.46700C052Class Info
EconomicsECON 3408 (801)Economics for Life3TTh 13:40-15:10Ofori, S.46706Class Info
EconomicsECON 3501 (801)Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis3MWF 8:50-9:50Kahy, H.46701201This course will be offered as both in-person and online.Class Info
EconomicsECON 3502 (801)Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis3MWF 12:40-13:40Kahy, H.46702202This course will be offered as both in-person and online.Class Info
EconomicsECON 3503 (801)Introduction to Econometrics3MWF 15:20-16:20Tanaka, M.46703241Class Info
EconomicsECON 3538 (801)Managerial Economics3MWF 16:50-17:50Bedard, B.46707287Class Info
EconomicsECON 3546 (801)Women in the Economy3TTh 8:40-10:10Gupta, P.46617Class Info
EconomicsECON 3547 (801)Economics of Development and Growth3TTh 13:40-15:10Gupta, P.46616220Class Info
EconomicsECON 3563 (801)International Trade3TTh 15:50-17:20Iniguez, A.46708250Class Info
EconomicsECON 3564 (801)International Monetary Economics3MWF 10:00-11:00Tanaka, M.46704251Class Info
EconomicsECON 3571 (801)Money and Banking3TTh 10:20-11:50Ofori, S.46705Class Info
EconomicsECON 3597 (801)Health Economics3Th 17:30-20:30Mino Avila, S.46614WIW262Class Info
EconomicsECON 3598 (801)Economics Writing Seminar3MWF 14:10-15:10Kahy, H.46613WIW302Notes: Permission of major coordinator required.Class Info
EconomicsECON 3696 (801)Behavioral Economics3T 17:30-20:30Bedard, B.46615WIClass Info
EducationEDUC 0806 (801)It’s Bigger Than Hip-hop: Exploring the Evolution of Race and Identity through Hip-hop3TTh 10:20-11:50Williams, M.46254GDClass Info
EnglishENG 0701 (801)Introduction to Academic Discourse4MWF 8:30-9:50Northey, J.4608440Class Info
EnglishENG 0711 (801)Introduction to Academic Discourse ESL4MWF 10:00-11:20Northey, J.4608541Class Info
EnglishENG 0711 (803)Introduction to Academic Discourse ESL4TTh 17:30-19:30Brown, A.4608741Class Info
EnglishENG 0711 (804)Introduction to Academic Discourse ESL4MWF 10:00-11:20Ahn, S.4786841Class Info
EnglishENG 0802 (801)Analytical Reading and Writing4TTh 13:40-15:40Chozick, M.46088GW1002Class Info
EnglishENG 0802 (802)Analytical Reading and Writing4TTh 17:30-19:30Chozick, M.46089GW1002Class Info
EnglishENG 0802 (803)Analytical Reading and Writing4TTh 8:10-10:10Arnold, S.46090GW1002Class Info
EnglishENG 0802 (804)Analytical Reading and Writing4TTh 13:40-15:40Arnold, S.46091GW1002Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (702)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 8:30-9:50Chambers, J.48372GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (703)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4TTh 13:40-15:40Keefe, K.48373GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (802)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 12:40-14:00Ahn, S.46093GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (803)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 12:40-14:00Chambers, J.46094GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (804)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 15:20-16:40Chambers, J.46095GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (805)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 12:40-14:00Keefe, K.46096GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (806)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 15:20-16:40Keefe, K.46097GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (807)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 8:30-9:50Derr, J.46098GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (808)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4MWF 10:00-11:20Derr, J.46099GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0812 (809)Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL4TTh 13:40-15:40Curtley, H.46100GW1012Class Info
EnglishENG 0826 (801)Creative Acts4MWF 12:40-14:00Schulz, M.46296GAClass Info
EnglishENG 0837 (801)Eating Cultures3MWF 8:50-9:50Bailey, J.46295GBC065Class Info
EnglishENG 0855 (801)Why Care about College: Higher Education in American Life3MWF 15:20-16:20Nelson, R.46246GUClass Info
EnglishENG 0868 (801)World Society in Literature & Film3TTh 12:00-13:30Rosenkjar, P.46297GG60Class Info
EnglishENG 2007 (801)Writing for Business and Industry3MWF 14:10-15:10Miyagawa, S.46609Class Info
Environmental StudiesENST 0842 (801)Sustainable Environments3TTh 15:50-17:20Sussman, D.46382GS1051Class Info
Film and Media ArtsFMA 0843 (801)Race & Ethnicity in American Cinema3MWF 14:10-15:10Higgins, S.46549GDClass Info
Gender, Sexuality and Women StudiesGSWS 3542 (801)Women and Society in Japan3TTh 12:00-13:30Rossitto, S.46371250CL: ASST 3542 (801).Class Info
Geography and Urban StudiesGUS 0821 (801)Digital Mapping: From Mercator to Mashups4MWF 10:00-11:20Tserolas, V.46387GQClass Info
Geography and Urban StudiesGUS 0821 (802)Digital Mapping: From Mercator to Mashups4MWF 10:00-11:20Ono, K.46388GQClass Info
Geography and Urban StudiesGUS 0831 (801)Global Cities3MWF 10:00-11:00Williams, M.46252GGClass Info
HistoryHIST 0832 (801)Politics of Identity in America3TTh 12:00-13:30Williams, M.46255GDClass Info
HistoryHIST 0832 (802)Politics of Identity in America3TTh 15:50-17:20Williams, M.46256GDClass Info
HistoryHIST 0849 (801)Dissent in America3TTh 13:40-15:10Clark, W.46374GU61Class Info
HistoryHIST 1702 (801)World History: Modern3TTh 15:50-17:20Tyner, C.46278C062Class Info
HistoryHIST 2501 (801)Introduction to East Asia: China3MWF 12:40-13:40Cucek, M.46368115CL: ASST 2501 (801).Class Info
HistoryHIST 2502 (701)Introduction to East Asia: Japan3MWF 8:50-9:50Mock, J.46353116CL: ASST 2502 (701).Class Info
HistoryHIST 4697 (801)Modern Japan: Empire, War, Society3MWF 11:30-12:30Cucek, M.46364WIW340CL: ASST 4696 (801).Class Info
Human Resource ManagementHRM 1101 (801)Leadership and Organizational Management3MWF 15:20-16:20Miyagawa, S.4661083Class Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (715)IH I: The Good Life3TTh 17:30-19:00Azzopardi, M.47572GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (801)IH I: The Good Life3MWF 8:50-9:50Roser, L.46336GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (802)IH I: The Good Life3MWF 10:00-11:00Roser, L.46337GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (803)IH I: The Good Life3TTh 12:00-13:30Schulz, M.46338GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (804)IH I: The Good Life3TTh 13:40-15:10Azzopardi, M.46339GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (805)IH I: The Good Life3TTh 15:50-17:20Azzopardi, M.46340GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (806)IH I: The Good Life3TTh 10:20-11:50Mackin, Z.47570GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0851 (807)IH I: The Good Life3TTh 12:00-13:30Mackin, Z.47571GYClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0852 (718)IH II: The Common Good3MWF 10:00-11:00Bush, B.47573GZClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0852 (719)IH II: The Common Good3MWF 11:30-12:30Bush, B.47574GZClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0852 (801)IH II: The Common Good3MWF 16:50-17:50Sekulovski, J.46341GZClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0852 (802)IH II: The Common Good3TTh 8:40-10:10Rosenkjar, P.46342GZClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0852 (803)IH II: The Common Good3TTh 10:20-11:50Schulz, M.46343GZClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0852 (804)IH II: The Common Good3TTh 12:00-13:30Valerio, A.46344GZClass Info
Intellectual HeritageIH 0852 (805)IH II: The Common Good3TTh 10:20-11:50Valerio, A.46345GZClass Info
International Business StudiesIBS 3101 (801)Introduction to Global Finance3TTh 8:40-10:10Hongo, A.46605Notes: Economics 3563 or Economics 3564 is recommended.Class Info
International Business StudiesIBS 3501 (801)Marketing in a Global Environment3TTh 15:50-17:20Schweiger, B.46600Class Info
International Business StudiesIBS 3501 (802)Marketing in a Global Environment3MWF 16:50-17:50Staff, T.46601Class Info
International Business StudiesIBS 4197 (801)Global Business Overview3TTh 10:20-11:50Hongo, A.46606WINotes: Permission of major coordinator required.Class Info
International Business StudiesIBS 4596 (801)International Business Capstone3TTh 15:50-17:20Bedard, B.46607WINotes: Permission of major coordinator required. JIBS 3101|Minimum Grade of C-|May be taken concurrently) additionally allowed as upper-level-prerequisite.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 1001 (801)Japanese Elements I4MWF 12:40-14:00Machida, Y.46102C070Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 1001 (802)Japanese Elements I4MWF 8:30-9:50Toyoizumi, N.46103C070Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 1002 (801)Japanese Elements II4MWF 8:30-9:50Namba, F.46113C071Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 1002 (802)Japanese Elements II4MWF 15:20-16:40Shimizu, M.46114C071Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 1002 (803)Japanese Elements II4MWF 10:00-11:20Okada, C.46883C 071Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 1003 (801)Oral Intensive Japanese I3MWF 10:00-11:00Yamaguchi, A.46115140Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 1301 (801)Kanji I3MWF 11:30-12:30Osada, R.46116Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2000 (801)Special Topics I: Practical Japanese for Study Abroad Students3TTh 15:50-17:20Matsuhashi, Y.46117CR: Temple Study Abroad Program enrollment. Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class. Does not count toward the Japanese major.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2003 (801)Oral Intensive Japanese II3MWF 14:10-15:10Okada, C.46118200Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2012 (801)Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature in Translation3TTh 10:20-11:50Nagai, M.46081221CL: ASST 2012 (801). Notes: No knowledge of Japanese is required.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2016 (801)Mystery and Crime Fiction in Japan3TTh 12:00-13:30Nagai, M.46083CL: ASST 2016 (801). Notes: No knowledge of Japanese is required.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2301 (801)Kanji II3TTh 10:20-11:50Saito, J.43720Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2522 (801)Basic Writing in Japanese3TTh 12:00-13:30Ichimura, Y.46150Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2701 (801)TUJ - Japanese Intermediate I4MWF 12:40-14:00Osada, R.46152Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2701 (802)TUJ - Japanese Intermediate I4MWF 8:30-9:50Negishi, M.46884Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2702 (801)TUJ - Japanese Intermediate II4MWF 15:20-16:40Okada, C.46154Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 2702 (802)TUJ - Japanese Intermediate II4MWF 8:30-9:50Machida, Y.46882Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3000 (801)Special Topics in Japanese I: Introduction to Translating Japanese to/from English for Non-Native Speakers of Japanese3TTh 8:40-10:10Kabe, Y.46155222Notes: Permission of major coordinator required.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3001 (801)Advanced Japanese I3MWF 8:50-9:50Kiyama (Murakami), T.46156270Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3001 (802)Advanced Japanese I3MWF 14:10-15:10Toyoizumi, N.46157270Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3002 (801)Advanced Japanese II3MWF 11:30-12:30Namba, F.46158271Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3002 (802)Advanced Japanese II3MWF 16:50-17:50Shimizu, M.46159271Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3010 (801)Special Topics in Japanese II: Japanese for Job Hunting3MWF 14:10-15:10Yamaguchi, A.46160PR (Minimum grade C-): Japanese 3002.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3010 (802)Special Topics in Japanese II: Powering up Your Japanese through Business Case Studies3MWF 15:20-16:20Negishi, M.46885PR (Minimum grade C-): Japanese 2702 or equivalent.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 3631 (801)Structure of Japanese Language II3MWF 16:50-17:50Ichimura, Y.46161Notes: JLPT N2 preparation course.Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 4001 (801)Japanese Advanced III3MWF 11:30-12:30Machida, Y.46162Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 4002 (801)Japanese Advanced IV3MWF 11:30-12:30Yamaguchi, A.46163Class Info
JapaneseJPNS 4196 (801)Seminar in Japanese and Japan: Japanese Society and Culture through Newspaper3TTh 12:00-13:30Saito, J.46164WINotes: Japanese major capstone writing course. Permission of Major Coordinator required.Class Info
JournalismJRN 1111 (801)Journalism and Society3MW 18:00-19:30Hawkins, B.4655255Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
JournalismJRN 1196 (801)Writing and Reporting3TTh 10:20-11:50Yorulmaz, I.47180WIClass Info
JournalismJRN 2101 (801)Journalism Research3MWF 11:30-12:30Carr, R.46558260Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
JournalismJRN 3297 (801)Writing Arts Criticism3TTh 10:20-11:50Fujiwara, C.46881WINotes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required.Class Info
JournalismJRN 3706 (801)Journalism and Globalization3TTh 12:00-13:30Herrera, I.48153Class Info
JournalismJRN 3708 (801)Newsroom Management3TTh 17:30-19:00McKenna, S.47578Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
KleinKLN 1001 (801)Klein First-Year Seminar1F 18:00-19:00Hawkins, B.46696Class Info
KoreanKRN 1002 (801)Korean Elements II4TTh 17:30-19:30Park, K.46106C073Class Info
KoreanKRN 1002 (802)Korean Elements II4TTh 13:40-15:40Park, K.46107C073Class Info
KoreanKRN 2002 (801)Korean Intermediate II3TTh 15:50-17:20Park, K.46108Class Info
Law - Undergraduate CoursesLAWU 0854 (801)Education in the Global City3TTh 15:50-17:20Meyer, T.47279GUClass Info
Legal StudiesLGLS 0803 (801)African Americans, Equality and the Law: Weapon or Tool?3MWF 16:50-17:50McCaskill, J.46101GDClass Info
Legal StudiesLGLS 0856 (801)Law and American Society3MWF 15:20-16:20McCaskill, J.46292GUClass Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 1002 (801)Professional Development for Liberal Arts Majors1M 18:00-19:00Fung, F.46595Notes: This course covers the same content as Liberal Arts 2020. It is not recommended students enroll in this course if they have taken or will take Liberal Arts 2020.Class Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 1002 (802)Professional Development for Liberal Arts Majors1W 18:00-19:00Fung, F.46596Notes: This course covers the same content as Liberal Arts 2020. It is not recommended students enroll in this course if they have taken or will take Liberal Arts 2020.Class Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 1002 (803)Professional Development for Liberal Arts Majors1M 18:00-19:00Staff, T.46597Notes: This course covers the same content as Liberal Arts 2020. It is not recommended students enroll in this course if they have taken or will take Liberal Arts 2020.Class Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 1002 (804)Professional Development for Liberal Arts Majors1W 18:00-19:00Adams, E.46598Notes: This course covers the same content as Liberal Arts 2020. It is not recommended students enroll in this course if they have taken or will take Liberal Arts 2020.Class Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 2020 (801)Special Topics in Liberal Arts II: International Career Strategies2T 18:00-20:00Kieffer, L.46603Notes: This course covers the same content as Liberal Arts 1002. It is not recommended students enroll in this course if they have taken or will take Liberal Arts 1002.Class Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 2020 (802)Special Topics in Liberal Arts II: International Career Strategies2Th 18:00-20:00Fung, F.46604Notes: This course covers the same content as Liberal Arts 1002. It is not recommended students enroll in this course if they have taken or will take Liberal Arts 1002.Class Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 2030 (801)Special Topics in Liberal Arts III: Technology in International Business3TTh 15:50-17:20Ford, M.46589Class Info
Liberal ArtsCLA 2030 (802)Special Topics in Liberal Arts III: Emerging Leaders3TTh 17:30-19:00Swinton, W.46590Notes: Permission of major coordinator required.Class Info
Management Information SystemsMIS 0855 (801)Data Science3MWF 11:30-12:30Ono, K.46226GSClass Info
MarketingMKTG 2101 (801)Marketing Management3TTh 8:40-10:10Zeng, Z.4660281Class Info
MathematicsMATH 0701 (801)Basic Mathematics for Today's World4MWF 12:40-14:00Mino Avila, S.4617245Notes: The Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) provides free study groups (group tutoring) before and/or after classes. Perhaps you would like to keep one of these times open in your schedule. Other group sessions may be available, as well. Contact the TLC for further details.Class Info
MathematicsMATH 0702 (801)Intermediate Algebra4TTh 13:40-15:40Wu, J.46079Notes: The Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) provides free study groups (group tutoring) before and/or after classes. Perhaps you would like to keep one of these times open in your schedule. Other group sessions may be available, as well. Contact the TLC for further details.Class Info
MathematicsMATH 0823 (801)Math for a Digital World4MWF 15:20-16:40Bedard, B.46216GQ1051Class Info
MathematicsMATH 0824 (801)Mathematical Patterns4MWF 10:00-11:20Mino Avila, E.46217GQ1052Class Info
MathematicsMATH 0824 (802)Mathematical Patterns4MWF 18:00-19:20Haciomeroglu, E.46218GQ1052Class Info
MathematicsMATH 1021 (801)College Algebra4MWF 12:40-14:00Bacani, D.46219C073Class Info
MathematicsMATH 1021 (802)College Algebra4MWF 8:30-9:50Haciomeroglu, E.46220C073Class Info
MathematicsMATH 1022 (801)Precalculus4MWF 15:20-16:40Bacani, D.46221Class Info
MathematicsMATH 1031 (801)Differential and Integral Calculus4TTh 17:30-19:30Fonseca, J.4622277Class Info
MathematicsMATH 1031 (802)Differential and Integral Calculus4MWF 10:00-11:20Haciomeroglu, E.4622377Class Info
MathematicsMATH 1041 (801)Calculus I4MWF 8:30-9:50Bacani, D.46224Class Info
MathematicsMATH 1042 (801)Calculus II4MWF 18:00-19:20Bacani, D.46225Class Info
MathematicsMATH 2031 (801)Probability and Statistics3MWF 16:50-17:50Haciomeroglu, E.46169133Class Info
MathematicsMATH 2031 (803)Probability and Statistics3TTh 18:00-19:30Kansal, P.48317133Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 1021 (801)Introduction to Media Analysis3TTh 10:20-11:50Carr, R.46554Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 1021 (802)Introduction to Media Analysis3MWF 16:50-17:50Neubert, K.46555Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 1701 (801)Introduction to Media Production3MWF 14:10-15:10Neubert, K.46560Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 1701 (802)Introduction to Media Production3TTh 15:50-17:20Lipartito, J.46561Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 2421 (801)Media Popular Culture3TTh 13:40-15:10Fujiwara, C.46568Notes: An extra program fee of 4,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 2701 (801)Intermediate Video Production4MWF 10:00-11:20Neubert, K.46556170Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 2701 (802)Intermediate Video Production4MWF 10:00-11:20Lipartito, J.48419170Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 2751 (801)Audio for Media4TTh 13:40-15:40Perkinson, A.46565Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 3153 (801)Media Criticism3TTh 12:00-13:30Fujiwara, C.46567Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required. This course and MSP 4153 are equivalent, and credit is not awarded for both.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 3196 (801)Writing Workshop3TTh 15:50-17:20Severns, K.46550WINotes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 3296 (801)Travel Writing3TTh 17:30-19:00Severns, K.46551WINotes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 3701 (801)Genres of Media Production4MWF 15:20-16:40Lipartito, J.46562Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 3705 (801)Sound for Visual Media4TTh 17:30-19:30Perkinson, A.46566Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 3709 (801)Advanced Editing4MWF 18:00-19:20Lipartito, J.46563272Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 4496 (801)Global Media3TTh 10:20-11:50Herrera, I.48154WIW333Class Info
Media Studies and Production (BTMM)MSP 4796 (801)Creative Scriptwriting3TTh 12:00-13:30Carr, R.46557WIW011Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
Music StudiesMUST 0802 (801)The Art of Listening4MWF 12:40-14:00Horton, L.46165GAClass Info
Music StudiesMUST 0809 (801)World Musics & Cultures3MWF 14:10-15:10Horton, L.46166GA1015Class Info
Music StudiesMUST 0812 (801)Exploring Music 3MWF 16:50-17:50Horton, L.46167GAClass Info
Music StudiesMUST 1763 (801)American Popular Music2MW 18:00-19:00Myers, F.4671163Class Info
PhilosophyPHIL 0824 (801)Landscape of American Thought3MWF 18:00-19:00Fujii, S.46294GUClass Info
PhilosophyPHIL 0839 (801)Philosophy of the Human3MWF 14:10-15:10Sekulovski, J.46335GBClass Info
PhilosophyPHIL 0847 (801)The Meaning of the Arts3TTh 12:00-13:30Azzopardi, M.46333GAClass Info
PhilosophyPHIL 2172 (801)History of Philosophy: Modern3MWF 15:20-16:20Sekulovski, J.46334Class Info
PhysicsPHYS 0834 (801)Exploring the Cosmos3TTh 10:20-11:50Matsui, T.46361GSClass Info
PhysicsPHYS 0834 (802)Exploring the Cosmos3TTh 12:00-13:30Matsui, T.46362GSClass Info
PhysicsPHYS 0839 (801)Powering the Future3TTh 8:40-10:10Matsui, T.46543GSClass Info
PhysicsPHYS 0872 (801)The Science of Sound3TTh 13:40-15:10Morales, I.46381GSClass Info
Political SciencePOLS 0859 (801)The Making of American Society: Melting Pot or Culture Wars?3MWF 11:30-12:30Numata, C.46286GU1079Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 0862 (801)Development & Globalization3TTh 8:40-10:10Nadeau, P.46248GGClass Info
Political SciencePOLS 0862 (802)Development & Globalization3TTh 10:20-11:50Rossitto, S.46372GGClass Info
Political SciencePOLS 0866 (801)World Affairs3MWF 14:10-15:10Ono, K.46287GGClass Info
Political SciencePOLS 1101 (801)The American Political System3MWF 10:20-11:20Numata, C.46285C051Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 1201 (801)Foreign Governments and Politics3TTh 8:40-10:10Kakizaki, M.46247C052Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 1301 (801)International Politics3MWF 14:10-15:10Hardy-Chartrand, B.46288C053Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 2232 (801)Cyberpolitics3TTh 17:30-19:00Waseda-Hida, K.46284Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 2321 (801)Politics of the Global Economy3TTh 12:00-13:30Gupta, P.46251261Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 2341 (801)U.S. Foreign Policy3TTh 12:00-13:30Moskowitz, K.46283251Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 2496 (801)Introduction to Political Philosophy3MWF 15:20-16:20Hardy-Chartrand, B.46289WIW101Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 3252 (801)East Asia and the United States3MWF 14:10-15:10Cucek, M.46366238CL: ASST 3252 (801).Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 3510 (801)Special Topics: Research Preparation Seminar: Japan's International Relations3TTh 17:30-19:00Brown, J.46282CL: ASST 3030 (803).Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 3520 (801)Special Topics: Research Preparation Seminar: Korean Politics3TTh 19:10-20:40Satterwhite, D.46384CL: ASST 3000 (801).Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 4310 (801)Seminar in International Politics: Chinese Foreign Policy3TTh 12:00-13:30Wang, Y.46258316CL: ASST 3030 (802).Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 4320 (801)Seminar in International Politics: Eurasian Politics: The International Affairs of Russia, Central Asia, and the Caucasus3TTh 14:10-15:40Brown, J.46280316CL: ASST 3030 (801).Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 4896 (801)Capstone Seminar in Political Science: Contentious Politics and Social Movements3TTh 10:20-11:50Kakizaki, M.46250WIW340Notes: Permission of major coordinator required.Class Info
Political SciencePOLS 4896 (802)Capstone Seminar in Political Science: Foreign Policy Analysis3TTh 15:50-17:20Brown, J.46249WIW340Notes: Permission of major coordinator required.Class Info
PsychologyPSY 0816 (801)Workings of the Mind3TTh 12:00-13:30Yamamiya, Y.46229GBClass Info
PsychologyPSY 0817 (801)Brain Matters3MWF 16:50-17:50Cueno, M.46231GSClass Info
PsychologyPSY 0818 (801)Human Sexuality3TTh 10:20-11:50Skowronski, D.46232GBClass Info
PsychologyPSY 1001 (801)Introduction to Psychology3TTh 10:20-11:50Saito, M.465691061Class Info
PsychologyPSY 1002 (801)Careers in Psychology1W 8:50-9:50Zimmerman, S.46570Notes: To be taken by students in their first year as a Psychological Studies major.Class Info
PsychologyPSY 1003 (801)Statistics for Psychology3MWF 10:20-11:20Angel, A.465741167Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required. Credit will not be given for this course and Psychology 2168.Class Info
PsychologyPSY 1004 (801)Critical Thinking in Psychology3TTh 12:00-13:30Zimmerman, S.46576Class Info
PsychologyPSY 1110 (801)Topics in Psychology I: What's Happening in Japan - From Foundation of Mental health to Career3TTh 13:40-15:10Saito, M.46575Notes: This course does not satisfy the requirements of the Psychological Studies major but may count toward graduation credits.Class Info
PsychologyPSY 2201 (801)Foundations of Psychopathology3TTh 13:40-15:10Yamamiya, Y.46230220Class Info
PsychologyPSY 2402 (801)Foundations of Industrial and Organizational Psychology3TTh 8:40-10:10Zimmerman, S.46578215Class Info
PsychologyPSY 3003 (801)Advanced Undergraduate Statistics3MWF 14:10-15:10Angel, A.465811167Notes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required.Class Info
PsychologyPSY 3096 (801)Conducting Psychological Research3MWF 12:40-13:40Angel, A.46582WINotes: An extra program fee of 9,000 yen is required. Permission of major coordinator also required.Class Info
PsychologyPSY 3151 (801)Direct Applications of Behavioral Principles3TTh 17:30-19:00Watabe, Y.46583351Class Info
PsychologyPSY 3223 (801)Child Psychopathology and Treatment3TTh 15:50-17:20Skowronski, D.46584323Class Info
PsychologyPSY 4696 (801)Capstone in Psychology: Cross-Cultural Themes in Psychology3TTh 13:40-15:10Skowronski, D.46396WINotes: Permission of major coordinator also required.Class Info
ReligionREL 3301 (801)Japanese Religions3TTh 19:10-20:40Feeney, W.46380CL: ASST 3301 (801).Class Info
Risk Management and InsuranceRMI 2501 (801)Fundamentals of Personal Financial Planning3TTh 10:20-11:50Staff, T.46599Class Info
SociologySOC 0829 (801)The History & Significance of Race in America3TTh 17:30-19:00Cleveland, K.46356GD1376Class Info
SociologySOC 2130 (801)Selected Topics in Sociology: Risk Culture: The Politics of Pandemics, Natural Disasters and Nuclear Energy3TTh 12:00-13:30Cleveland, K.46360CL: ASST 2000 (801).Class Info
SociologySOC 3247 (801)Ideology and Social Change in Japan3TTh 15:50-17:20Cleveland, K.46358297CL: ASST 3247 (801).Class Info
SpanishSPAN 1002 (801)Basic II4MWF 18:00-19:20Oviedo Ceron, A.4610452Class Info
SpanishSPAN 2001 (801)Conversational Review3MWF 16:50-17:50Oviedo Ceron, A.46105Class Info
StatisticsSTAT 2103 (801)Statistical Business Analytics4MWF 8:30-9:50Mino Avila, E.46171Class Info
Strategic ManagementSGM 0827 (801)Creativity and Organizational Innovation3TTh 13:40-15:10Valerio, A.46293GBClass Info
Temple University, Japan CampusTUJ 1001 (801)TUJ Bridge Seminar 11T 9:40-10:40Firestone, E.46591CR: Enrollment in Undergraduate Bridge Program I. Notes: Not open to general enrollment. Please consult with the Academic English Program for details.Class Info
Temple University, Japan CampusTUJ 1001 (802)TUJ Bridge Seminar 11T 17:30-18:30Fujii, S.46592CR: Enrollment in Undergraduate Bridge Program I. Notes: Not open to general enrollment. Please consult with the Academic English Program for details.Class Info
Temple University, Japan CampusTUJ 1002 (801)Bridge Seminar 2: Academic Research for International Students2TTh 11:20-12:20Mian, S.46593CR: Enrollment in Undergraduate Bridge Program II. Notes: Not open to general enrollment. Please consult with the Academic English Program for details.Class Info
Temple University, Japan CampusTUJ 1002 (802)Bridge Seminar 2: Academic Research for International Students2MW 15:40-16:40Meyer, T.46594CR: Enrollment in Undergraduate Bridge Program II. Notes: Not open to general enrollment. Please consult with the Academic English Program for details.Class Info
Temple University, Japan CampusTUJ 1002 (803)Bridge Seminar 2: Academic Research for International Students2MW 16:50-17:50Meyer, T.48295CR: Enrollment in Undergraduate Bridge Program II. Notes: Not open to general enrollment. Please consult with the Academic English Program for details.Class Info
TheaterTHTR 0825 (801)The Art of Acting3TTh 15:50-17:20Roberts, W.46244GA1201Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
TheaterTHTR 0825 (802)The Art of Acting3TTh 17:30-19:00Roberts, W.46245GA1201Notes: An extra program fee of 13,500 yen is required.Class Info
Undergraduate Bridge ProgramBRDG 0400 (801)Bridge Tutorial0TTh 10:20-11:50Staff, T.BR4001CR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment.
Undergraduate Bridge ProgramBRDG 0400 (802)Bridge Tutorial0TTh 13:40-15:10Staff, T.BR4002CR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment.
Undergraduate Bridge ProgramBRDG 0600 (801)Workshop for Foundations of Academic Writing0TTh 12:00-13:30Staff, T.BR6001CR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment.
Undergraduate Bridge ProgramBRDG 0610 (801)Foundations of Academic Writing0MWF 15:20-16:40Staff, T.BR6101CR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment.
Undergraduate Bridge ProgramBRDG 0800 (801)General Education Support0TTh 15:50-17:20Staff, T.BR8001CR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment.

GenEd Abbreviations

GW
Analytical Reading & Writing
GY & GZ
Mosaic I & II
GQ
Quantitative Literacy
GA
Arts
GB
Human Behavior
GD
Diversity & Race
GG
Global/World Society
GS
Science & Technology
GU
U.S. Society
WI
Writing Intensive

Special Info Abbreviations

CL
Cross Listed
PR
Prerequisite
CR
Co-Requisite