Course Listing: EAST ASIA: AN INTRODUCTION

Fall 2019, Bloomington

Information on this report reflects data as of the end of the day Sunday, October 20, 2019

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	EALC-E 100  EAST ASIA: AN INTRODUCTION (3 CR)
         CLSD *****          10:10A-11:00A   MW     GA 0001   Brose M                 134    0    0
                 Above class open to undergraduates only
                 IUB GenEd A&H credit
                 IUB GenEd World Culture credit
                 COLL (CASE) A&H Breadth of Inquiry credit
                 COLL (CASE) Global Civ & Culture credit
                 Discussion (DIS)
         CLSD 13495          10:10A-11:00A   F      BH 340    Cherici A                34    0    0
                 Above class open to undergraduates only
                 IUB GenEd A&H credit
                 IUB GenEd World Culture credit
                 COLL (CASE) A&H Breadth of Inquiry credit
                 COLL (CASE) Global Civ & Culture credit
         CLSD 13496          11:15A-12:05P   F      PV A201   Wang Y                   33    0    0
                 Above class open to undergraduates only
                 IUB GenEd A&H credit
                 IUB GenEd World Culture credit
                 COLL (CASE) A&H Breadth of Inquiry credit
                 COLL (CASE) Global Civ & Culture credit
         CLSD 13497          01:25P-02:15P   F      GA 0003   Cherici A                33    0    0
                 Above class open to undergraduates only
                 IUB GenEd World Culture credit
                 IUB GenEd A&H credit
                 COLL (CASE) A&H Breadth of Inquiry credit
                 COLL (CASE) Global Civ & Culture credit
         CLSD 13494          02:30P-03:20P   F      GA 0003   Wang Y                   34    0    0
                 Above class open to undergraduates only
                 IUB GenEd A&H credit
                 IUB GenEd World Culture credit
                 COLL (CASE) A&H Breadth of Inquiry credit
                 COLL (CASE) Global Civ & Culture credit