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CORE CURRICULUM - TACOMA
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T CORE COURSES ARE FOR FRESHMEN ONLY.

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Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
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T CORE   101  INTRO ACADEM WRIT(C)Prerequisites
FOR STUDENTS REQUIRING COMPOSITION ONLY. PREREQUISITE: COMPLETION OF TACOMA WRITING SELECTION SURVEY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO WWW.TACOMA.UW.EDU/SIAS/WRITING-SELECTION.
Restr  22119 A  5       MWF    800-920    DOU  260      Nguyen,Annie H             Open     14/  20                W     
                        TITLE: THE POWER OF RHETORIC.                               
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE HONES
STUDENTS UNDERSTANDING OF THE POWER
OF LANGUAGE TO PERSUADE OTHERS TO
BELIEFS AND ACTIONS, CREATE UNITY A
UNDERSTANDING, OR STOKE FEAR AND
SOW DIVISION. STUDENTS ANALYZE
POLITICAL DISCOURSE IN VARIED MEDIA
FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES,
CONSIDERING WHO IS SAYING WHAT,
WHEN, AND HOW - AND WHY AND HOW
AUDIENCES RESPOND. STUDENTS DEVELOP
THEIR OWN RESPONSE TO THESE PIECES
AND CREATE MULTIMODAL WORK THAT
COMMUNICATES A CHOSEN ISSUE OF
IMPORTANCE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS.
Restr  22120 C  5       MWF    930-1050   BHS  103      Miura,Cassie               Open     19/  20                W     
                        TITLE: WRITING FROM THE MARGINS.                            
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE DEVELOPS
READING, WRITING, AND CRITICAL
THINKING SKILLS THAT ARE VITAL IN
AN ACADEMIC CONTEXT. AN EXPLORATION
OF THE THEME 'WRITING FROM THE
MARGINS' WILL GUIDE OUR
CONSIDERATION OF WHAT IT MEANS TO
OCCUPY A PERSPECTIVE OUTSIDE OF THE
DOMINANT DISCOURSE AND CULTURE.
READINGS WILL DRAW FROM A VARIETY
OF SOURCES INCLUDING NEWS ARTICLES,
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP, AND LITERARY
WORKS.
Restr  22121 D  5       MW     130-330    DOU  201      Blair,Nicole               Closed   20/  20                WB    
                        TITLE: CREATE YOUR OWN THEME.                               
DESCRIPTION: IN THIS COURSE, YOU
WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO CHOOSE
YOUR OWN TOPIC FOR WRITING ACADEMIC
ESSAYS IN A VARIETY OF MODES AND IN
DIFFERENT MEDIUMS, INCLUDING
DIGITAL FORMATS. THROUGH CLASS
DISCUSSIONS AND WRITING ACTIVITIES
DESIGNED TO SPARK YOUR THINKING AND
CREATIVITY, YOU WILL PRODUCE WRITIN
THAT WILL LEAD TO A FINAL PROJECT.
THIS COURSE IS WORKSHOP-BASED, A
MODEL DESIGNED TO HELP YOU DEVELOP
WRITERLY HABITS AND PREPARE YOU TO
WRITE FOR A VARIETY OF RHETORICAL
SITUATIONS BOTH IN AND OUT OF THE
COLLEGE SETTING. EVERY FRIDAY WILL
BE ASYNCHRONOUS ONLINE.
Restr  22122 G  5       MWF    800-920    DOU  201      Miura,Cassie               Open      4/  20                W     
                        TITLE: WRITING FROM THE MARGINS.                            
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE DEVELOPS
READING, WRITING, AND CRITICAL
THINKING SKILLS THAT ARE VITAL IN
AN ACADEMIC CONTEXT. AN EXPLORATION
OF THE THEME 'WRITING FROM THE
MARGINS' WILL GUIDE OUR
CONSIDERATION OF WHAT IT MEANS TO
OCCUPY A PERSPECTIVE OUTSIDE OF THE
DOMINANT DISCOURSE AND CULTURE.
READINGS WILL DRAW FROM A VARIETY
OF SOURCES INCLUDING NEWS ARTICLES,
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP, AND LITERARY
WORKS.
Restr  22124 I  5       to be arranged                  Kalikoff,Beth              Open      6/  20                WA    
                        TITLE AND DESCRIPTION ARE TO BE                             
DETERMINED. PLEASE GET BACK TO US
SHORTLY FOR ANY UPDATES.
Restr  22125 J  5       MW     1100-1220  TLB  109      Nguyen,Annie H             Closed   20/  20                WB    
                        TITLE: THE POWER OF RHETORIC.                               
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE HONES
STUDENTS UNDERSTANDING OF THE POWER
OF LANGUAGE TO PERSUADE OTHERS TO
BELIEFS AND ACTIONS, CREATE UNITY A
UNDERSTANDING, OR STOKE FEAR AND
SOW DIVISION. STUDENTS ANALYZE
POLITICAL DISCOURSE IN VARIED MEDIA
FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES,
CONSIDERING WHO IS SAYING WHAT,
WHEN, AND HOW - AND WHY AND HOW
AUDIENCES RESPOND. STUDENTS DEVELOP
THEIR OWN RESPONSE TO THESE PIECES
AND CREATE MULTIMODAL WORK THAT
COMMUNICATES A CHOSEN ISSUE OF
IMPORTANCE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS.
Restr  23389 K  5       MWF    930-1050   DOU  260      Nguyen,Annie H             Open      9/  20                W     
                        TITLE: THE POWER OF RHETORIC.                               
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE HONES
STUDENTS UNDERSTANDING OF THE POWER
OF LANGUAGE TO PERSUADE OTHERS TO
BELIEFS AND ACTIONS, CREATE UNITY A
UNDERSTANDING, OR STOKE FEAR AND SO
DIVISION. STUDENTS ANALYZE POLITICA
DISCOURSE IN VARIED MEDIA FROM
DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES, CONSIDERING
WHO IS SAYING WHAT, WHEN, AND HOW-
AND WHY AND HOW AUDIENCES RESPOND.
STUDENTS DEVELOP THEIR OWN RESPONSE
TO THESE PIECES AND CREATE MULTIMOD
WORK THAT COMMUNICATES A CHOSEN ISS
OF IMPORTANCE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS.

T CORE   102  INTRO TO SCIENCE(NW)
Restr  22126 A  5       TTh    130-330    SCI  111      Skipper,Haley              Open     10/  25                      
                        TITLE: PARADOXES - MATHEMATICS                              
OF NONSENSE.
DESCRIPTION: PARADOX IS A
STATEMENT WHICH LEADS TO
CONSEQUENCES OR RESULTS WHICH ARE
STRIKINGLY COUNTER TO INTUITION
OR ESTABLISHED RESULTS. THIS IS A
COURSE THAT EXPLORES AND ANALYZES
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PARADOXES AND
THEIR RESOLUTIONS. WE WILL STUDY
SELF-REFERENTIAL PARADOXES,
PROBABLISTIC AND STATISTICAL
PARADOXES, VISUAL PARADOXES,
PARADOXES OF INFINITY AND
INFINITESIMAL, AMONG OTHERS.
Restr  22127 B  5       MWF    1100-1220  BHS  103      Miles,Danielle             Open     14/  25                      
                        TITLE: EXPLORING THE DEPTHS OF THE                          
SAGEBRUSH SEA.
DESCRIPTION: SAGEBRUSH STEPPE
ECOSYSTEMS ARE SPREAD OVER A VAST
AMOUNT OF THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST IN
THE UNITED STATES FROM NORTHERN
ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO THROUGH THE
EASTERN HALF OF WASHINGTON. HOWEVER
SAGEBRUSH DOMINATED HABITATS ARE
UNDERSTUDIED AND UNDERVALUED IN
MOST CONVERSATIONS. IN THIS CLASS,
WE WILL DIVE DEEP INTO THE LIVES OF
THE PLANTS, ANIMALS, WATER WAYS, AN
PEOPLE WHO CALL THE SAGEBRUSH SEA
HOME. TOPICS WILL INCLUDE HISTORICA
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES, ECOLOGICAL
INTERACTIONS AND ADAPTATIONS, AND
FUTURE CHALLENGES LIKE LITHIUM
MINING AND RENEWABLE ENERGY
DEVELOPMENT.
Restr  22128 C  5       MW     130-330    WCG  209      Skipper,Haley              Open      4/  25                      
                        TITLES: PARADOXES - THE                                     
MATHEMATICS OF NONSENSE.
DESCRIPTION: PARADOX IS A
STATEMENT WHICH LEADS TO
CONSEQUENCES OR RESULTS WHICH ARE
STRIKINGLY COUNTER TO INTUITION
OR ESTABLISHED RESULTS. THIS IS A
COURSE THAT EXPLORES AND ANALYZES
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PARADOXES AND
THEIR RESOLUTIONS. WE WILL STUDY
SELF-REFERENTIAL PARADOXES,
PROBABILISTIC AND STATISTICAL
PARADOXES, VISUAL PARADOXES,
PARADOXES OF INFINITY AND
INFINITESIMAL, AMONG OTHERS.
Restr  22129 D  5       TTh    1010-1210  DOU  201      Gawel,James                Open     10/  25                      
                        TITLE: SUSTAINABILITY FOR A                                 
DIFFERENT FUTURE.
DESCRIPTION: IN THIS COURSE WE WILL
APPLY A COMBINATION OF SCIENCE,
ENGINEERING AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
APPROACHES TO ANALYZE
SUSTAINABILITY AT HOME, ON CAMPUS
AND IN THE LOCAL REGION. THIS
COURSE WILL BE VERY HANDS ON AND
WILL REQUIRE YOUR PARTICIPATION TO
BE SUCCESSFUL. WE WILL INCORPORATE
DATA COLLECTION IN THE FIELD AND
THE LAB, GUEST LECTURES, FIELD
TRIPS, AND THE CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF
PUBLISHED LITERATURE. ASSIGNMENTS
WILL BE PROJECT-BASED AND WILL
OFTEN REQUIRE WORKING IN GROUPS.
Restr  22130 E  5       MW     130-330    GWP  101      Miles,Danielle             Open     15/  25                      
                        TITLE: RENEWABLE ENERGY.                                    
DESCRIPTION: HOW LONG CAN SOCIETY
RELY ON FOSSIL FUELS? WHAT POLICIES
ECONOMIC FORCES, AND GEOPOLITICAL
RELATIONS AFFECT THE TRANSITION TO
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES? STUDENTS
WILL EXPLORE THE SCIENTIFIC
DISCOVERIES RELATED TO ELECTRICITY,
CURRENT BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES
WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY,
PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL CONSTRAINTS TO
ENERGY DISTRIBUTION AND ACCESS, AS
WELL AS THE BASICS OF ENGINEERING
AND THE ELECTRICAL GRID SYSTEMS.
Restr  23345 F  5       TTh    1010-1210  BB   104      Lee,Seung-Jin              Open     18/  25                      
                        TITLE: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING.                         
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE WILL
INTRODUCE THE BASICS OF ENGINEERING
THROUGH THE EXPLORATION OF COFFEE.
WILL FOCUS ON VARIOUS ASPECTS OF
COFFEE FROM AN ENGINEERING
PERSPECTIVE INCLUDING COFFEE
PRODUCTION & BREWING, COFFEE
ECONOMICS, ENVIRONMENTAL
SUSTAINABILITY, SOCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY, REVERSE ENGINEERING
OF A COFFEE BREWER, COFFEE
CHEMISTRY AND MORE.

T CORE   103  INTRO SOC SCI(I&S)
      >22131 B  5       MTTh   930-1100   JOY  104                                           0/  25                      
                        OPEN TO SUMMER BRIDGE STUDENTS                              
ONLY. FROM 8/16 TO 9/13. FOR MORE I
CONTACT DEIRDRE RAYNOR AT
DRAYNOR@UW.EDU.
Restr  22132 E  5       MW     130-330    BHS  103      Lovasz,Anna                Open     18/  25                      
                        TITLE: GENDER INEQUALITY IN THE                             
LABOR MARKET.
DESCRIPTION: THE COURSE EXAMINES
GENDER INEQUALITY IN LABOR MARKET
OUTCOMES, SUCH AS EMPLOYMENT,
OCCUPATION, AND PAY. IT WILL FOCUS
ON THE UNDERLYING CAUSES AND THE
CONSEQUENCES OF INEQUALITY, AS WELL
AS THE RANGE OF POSSIBLE POLICIES
AIMED AT DECREASING THE
DISADVANTAGE OF WOMEN. THE COURSE
WILL COVER HISTORICAL, SOCIAL, AND
POLITICAL ASPECTS, AND INCLUDE DATA
ANALYSIS OF INEQUALITY MEASURES AND
INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS OF
POLICIES AND OUTCOMES.

T CORE   104  INTRO TO HUMANITIES (VLPA)
Restr  22133 A  5       T      1010-1210  GWP  101      Bandes B. Weingarden,M     Open     18/  25                B     
                        TITLE: INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE                              
FOR SOCIAL CHANGE.
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE WILL
EXPLORE THE AESTHETIC PRINCIPLES
OF THEATER TO PROVIDE A FOUNDATION
FOR ATTENDING, ENJOYING, ANALYZING,
AND PARTICIPATING IN THE LIVE
THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE. FOCUS IS
PLACED ON THE SPECIFIC ROLES OF THE
PLAYWRIGHT, DIRECTOR, ACTOR,
DESIGNERS, AND AUDIENCE; AND
CRITICAL SKILLS AND VOCABULARY TO
BETTER APPRECIATE AND EVALUATE
THEATER. THE SECOND HALF OF THE
COURSE WILL EXPLORE THE ROLE OF
THEATER IN SOCIETY WITH A
CONCENTRATION IN THEATER FOR SOCIAL
CHANGE. STUDENTS WILL BOTH DISCUSS
THE PRINCIPLES OF THIS COURSE AS
WELL AS PARTICIPATE IN EXERCISES
WHERE THEY PUT THESE PRINCIPLES
INTO ACTION. THIS COURSE WILL BE
OFFERED HYBRID OF IN PERSON/ONLINE
INSTRUCTION, WITH STUDENTS MEETING
TOGETHER ON CAMPUS ON TUESDAYS ONLY
AND THURSDAYS BEING ONLINE &
ASYNCHRONOUS.
Restr  22134 C  5       MW     130-330    DOU  260      Krayenbuhl,Pamela          Open     23/  25                      
                        TITLE: SCIENCE FICTION(S).                                  
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE EXPLORES
THE GENRE OF SCIENCE FICTION ACROSS
MEDIA FORMATS. STUDENTS WILL
ANALYZE KEY EXAMPLES OF SCIENCE
FICTION LITERATURE, FILM,
TELEVISION, AND POPULAR MUSIC. WE
WILL SEEK TO UNDERSTAND WHAT
DEFINES THE GENRE, WHAT KINDS OF
ARGUMENTS AND CRITIQUES IT MAKES
ABOUT SOCIETY, AND WHAT MAKES IT
APPEALING.
Restr  22135 E  5       MW     130-330    WCG  110      Miura,Cassie               Open     10/  25                      
                        TITLE: ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE AN                         
CULTURE.
DESCRIPTION: THIS COURSE EXPLORES
HOW THE TERM "ASIAN AMERICAN" AROSE
FROM THE SOCIAL ACTIVIST MOVEMENTS
OF THE 1960S AND EXAMINES CANONICAL
WORKS OF ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
AS WELL AS MORE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN
AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE INCLUDING
FILM, TV, AND MUSIC. LARGER
QUESTIONS OF AMERICAN IDENTITY,
IMMIGRATION, DISCRIMINATION, AS WEL
AS SOLIDARITY WITH OTHER MINORITIZE
GROUPS ARE ALSO FOREGROUNDED.
      >22136 F  5       MTTh   930-1100   JOY  105                                           0/  25                      
                        OPEN TO SUMMER BRIDGE STUDENTS                              
ONLY. FROM 8/16 TO 9/13. FOR MORE I
CONTACT DEIRDRE RAYNOR AT
DRAYNOR@UW.EDU.