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Fall 2007 Course Descriptions

All courses below are approved to be taught in Fall 2007; however, some (or all) may not be offered this term.  The course numbers that are offered this term link to the Schedule of Classes.  Class with alternative External Link delivery modes (Web based, cable TV, correspondence, etc) are noted in the Schedule at the section level.  The complete list below is a good indicator of what may be offered over the next few years (contact department about offerings).  For explanations of course elements see the Key to Course Descriptions.

Engineering and Mines (ENGR)  Department Info

ENGR 102 -- Introduction to Engineering  (3 units)
Description:  Engineering design, effective team participation and career preparation. Students are expected to participate in hands-on design projects, develop education/career plans and initiate development of the personal and management skills necessary for life long learning.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  or Concurrent registration, MATH 124 or MATH 125.
Credit for:  3 units engineering design.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 170 -- Problem Solving Using Computers  (3 units)
Description:  The design of problem-solving algorithms, their implementation in a structured programming language, and their application in engineering.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  Concurrent registration, MATH 124 or MATH 125.
Identical to:  SIE 170; SIE is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 196A -- Survey of Engineering Professions  (1 unit)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 196B -- Planning Engineering Design  (1 unit)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 196H -- Honors Proseminar  (1 unit)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 197A -- What Is Engineering  (1 unit)
Description:  Students will be introduced to the various engineering disciplines with particular focus on non-traditional application areas. Student will learn what engineers do upon graduation, will learn about student professional societies, student projects, and clubs. What are the expectations and challenges in completing an engineering degree? By the end of the semester, students should have a clear picture of what engineers do and should be able to choose a degree program within college or within the university.
Grading:  This course is offered for pass/fail only.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 211C -- Engineering Science Module - Statics  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Statics - forces, moments, equivalent force systems, support conditions, freebody diagrams, equilibrium equations, and applications areas.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  PHYS 141, MATH 129.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 211E -- Engineering Science Module - Mechanics of Solids  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Mechanics of Solids - relationship between external forces acting on elastic and inelastic bodies and the resulting behavior; normal and shear stresses, applications to bars, beams, shafts and columns, and combined stresses.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  ENGR 211C.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 211F -- Engineering Science Module - Fluid Mechanics  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Fluid Mechanics - fluid properties, hydrostatics, conservation of mass, energy, and momentum, pressurized systems and open channel flow.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 223, ENGR 211C.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 211I -- Engineering Science Module - Dynamics  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Dynamics - dynamics of particles and rigid bodies as applied to mechanical systems; introduction to mechanical vibrations.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 254, ENGR 211C.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 211K -- Engineering Science Module - Thermodynamics  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Thermodynamics - system definitions, properties and evaluation, 1st and 2nd law theory (open and closed systems) and applications.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 223, PHYS 241.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 211M -- Engineering Science Module - Circuits  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Circuits - gain a fundamental working knowledge of basic DC and AC circuits, learn how to solve DC, AC, and power related questions on electric circuits, identify electrical devices in an everyday setting and be able to describe their basic operating characteristics.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 254, PHYS 241.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 211P -- Engineering Science Module - Engineering Economics  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Engineering Economics - methods and modern techniques of engineering economic analysis for decision making, cost estimation, cash flow evaluation, taxes and depreciation, percent value, annual equivalent, internal rate of return, cost/benefit analysis, sensitivity analysis.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 129, ENGR 102.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 211R -- Engineering Science Module - Materials Science for Engineers  (1 unit)
Description:  The course is offered over the web and has a complete set of materials including pre-requisite review material, course content, quiz problems, and exercise problems. There will be scheduled instructor office hours and scheduled chat sessions for students to obtain help with the material. The students work at their own pace during the 5 week session and then take a final exam at the end. Materials Science for Engineers -atomic structure, arrangement, defects, and mobility diffusion, phase diagrams, ferrous metallurgy and corrosion, electrical, mechanical, and magnetic properties of materials.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  CHEM 103A.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 257A -- The Organic Chemistry and Materials Science of Art and Archaeological Objects  (3 units)
Description:  We explore the roles of organic chemistry and materials science in the formulation, ageing and conservation of art and archaeological objects. Topics include color and bonding theories, and the organic molecules in paints, paper, gels, dyes, textiles, adhesives and polymers.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Natural Sciences.
Identical to:  MSE 257A; MSE is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 257B -- Materials Science of Art and Archaeological Objects  (3 units)
Description:  The methods, content and practice pertinent to the study of art and archaeology. Materials science provides one of the keys for interpreting objects in their historical and cultural context.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  two courses from Tier One, Natural Sciences (NATS 101, 102, 104). Credit for this course or MSE 259 but not for both. An optional lab, MSE/ANTH/ENGR 258, may be taken concurrently.
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Natural Sciences.
Credit for:  3 units engineering science.
Identical to:  MSE 257B; MSE is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 258 -- Laboratory for Materials Science of Art and Archaeological Objects  (1 unit)
Description:  Laboratory exercises involving the materials science of art and archaeological objects.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  two courses from Tier One, Natural Sciences (NATS 101, 102, 104). Concurrent registration, MSE 257B.
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Natural Sciences.
Credit for:  1 unit engineering science.
Identical to:  MSE 258; MSE is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 265 -- Engineering Management I  (3 units)
Description:  Fundamentals of economic analysis and the time value of money for engineers. Construction of financial models in EXCEL including Income, Cash Flow, and Balance Sheet. Estimation of required capital and project acceptance criteria.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E. Available to qualified students for Pass/Fail Option.
Prerequisite(s):  ENGR 102, MATH 129.
Credit for:  3 units engineering science.
Identical to:  SIE 265; SIE is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 317 -- Science Fiction Studies  (3 units)
Description:  Science fiction is studied as a genre of film and print fiction in which we can imagine future societies and future science and technology in utopian and dystopian forms paying particular attention to race/class/gender and depictions of identity and otherness, as well as social power in imagined societies.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  two courses from Tier One, Traditions and Cultures (TRAD 101,102,103,104).
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Humanities.
Identical to:  W S 317; W S is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 320 -- Introduction to Computer Aided Design  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to computer aided design concepts and techniques. Two and three-dimensional drawing presentation, methods of graphical communications, data analysis, design synthesis and production methods.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Special course fee required:  $50.
Prerequisite(s):  computer literacy (Windows).
Credit for:  2 units engineering science, 1 unit engineering design.
Typical structure:  1 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory.
Identical to:  ABE 320; ABE is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 397B -- Community Based Design - Constructing Requirements  (4 units)
Description:  In this course, students will develop a relationship with a group in the southern Arizona community. Typically the group is related to health and social services and has tax-exempt status (501C-3 status). Students will develop a "requirements document" for a system that could be built. The document construction process will require extensive meetings with the community group and the faculty team. Students will be responsible for planning the document construction project. Students will perform the initial steps of the engineering design process and then pass this information off to a group of senior level students (ENGR 498a and 498b). Students will have the option of staying on the project in the senior year.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E. Available to qualified students for Pass/Fail Option.
Prerequisite(s):  Junior Standing.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 412A -- Management of Technology I  (3 units)
Description:  To provide practical experience and perspective in the challenging and complex world of technology management. The course content will include lectures, seminars, case analysis, shared personal experience from senior managers of technology-based enterprises, course specific academic literature, and guest speakers.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E. Available to qualified students for Pass/Fail Option.
Typical structure:  1 hour individual studies, 1 hour lecture, 1 hour discussion.
May be convened with:  ENGR 512A.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 420L -- Entrepreneurial Principles and Environments Laboratory  (1 unit)
Description:  Lab course for ENTR 420R/520R. This course will develop an innovation-specific feasibility study or business plan that will be discussed in ENTR 420R/520R. This course may be taken either concurrent or subsequent to ENTR 420R/520R.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Special course fee required:  Students will be assessed a $20 per unit fee when registering for this course for Winter or any Summer Session.
Prerequisite(s):  or Concurrent registration, ENTR 420R.
Identical to:  ENTR 420L; ENTR is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 520L.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

ENGR 420R -- Entrepreneurial Principles and Environments  (3 units)
Description:  Overview of entrepreneurial approach, strategies, and skills within a range of environments to advance technology and innovations. Students can pair ENTR 420R/520R with lab course to develop innovation-specific feasibility study or business plan.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Special course fee required:  Students will be assessed a $20 per unit fee when registering for this course for Winter or any Summer Session..
Identical to:  ENTR 420R; ENTR is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 520R.
Usually offered:  Spring, Summer.

ENGR 435 -- Corrosion and Degradation  (3 units)
Description:  The science of corrosion and degradation reactions and its application to engineering problems.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  MSE 331R or MSE 412; or Prerequisite or Concurrent registration, CHEM 480B.
Credit for:  2 units engineering science, 1 unit engineering design.
Identical to:  MSE 435; MSE is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 454 -- Law for Engineers and Scientists  (3 units)
Description:  Topics covered in this course include patents, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights, product liability contracts, business entities, employment relations and other legal matters important to engineers and scientists.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Identical to:  CHEE 454; CHEE is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 554.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 467 -- Engineering Management II  (3 units)
Description:  Strategic, tactical and operational planning; innovation and technological cycles; the elements of entrepreneurship, and human relations topics for technical managers.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  SIE 265.
Identical to:  SIE 467; SIE is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 567.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 479 -- Culture and Materials Technology  (3 units)
Description:  Investigates the ways in which systems of technology are embedded in a cultural context and the resulting impacts on invention, innovation and conservation, technology transfer, and cultural change.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Identical to:  ANTH 479; ANTH is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 481A -- Assessing Early Stage Technologies for Commercial Potential  (2 units)
Description:  This is pre-business plan course designed to equip students to effectively evaluate and assess early stage technologies to identify potential applications and market opportunities, enabling decisions to advance research and design, and solicit early stage investment.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Special course fee required:  Students will be assessed a $20 per unit fee when registering for this course for Winter or any Summer Session.
Identical to:  ENTR 481A; ENTR is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 581A.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

ENGR 488 -- Scanning Electron Microscopy  (3 units)
Description:  Theoretical and practical aspects of electron-beam microanalysis. Lab emphasizes projects and independent research using scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive X-ray analysis.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  consult department before enrolling.
Credit for:  3 units engineering science.
Typical structure:  2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.
Identical to:  MSE 488; MSE is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 495S -- Senior Colloquium  (1 unit)
Description:  Presentation and discussion of current topics in engineering management
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  Senior Standing in Engineering Management & Double Majors.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 498A -- Cross-disciplinary Design  (3 units)
Description:  Students will work in cross-disciplinary teams to solve industry-sponsored real-world design problems using the design process. Teaming, design process, design concept, design proposal. ENGR 498A and ENGR 498B must be taken in consecutive semesters. Usually offered in the Fall.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E. Available to qualified students for Pass/Fail Option.
Prerequisite(s):  senior status required.
Credit for:  3 units engineering design.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 498B -- Cross-disciplinary Design  (3 units)
Description:  Students will work in cross-disciplinary teams to solve industry-sponsored real-world design problems using the design process. Construction, testing and evaluation of prototype design; design iteration to arrive at a final working system. Major design project. ENGR 498A and ENGR 498B must be taken in consecutive semesters. Usually offered in spring.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E. Available to qualified students for Pass/Fail Option.
Prerequisite(s):  senior status required.
Credit for:  3 units engineering design.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 498C -- Cross-disciplinary Design  (1-3 units)
Description:  Students will work in cross-disciplinary teams to solve industry-sponsored real-world design problems using the design process. Teaming, design process, design concept, design proposal. For Non-majors Only.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E. Available to qualified students for Pass/Fail Option.
Prerequisite(s):  Credit will be given for ENGR 498A or ENGR 498C, but not for both. Excluded majors: AME, ECE, CHEE, SIE, MSE, OSE, MGE, ABE
Typical structure:  1 hour individual studies, 1 hour lecture, 1 hour studio.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 498D -- Cross-disciplinary Design  (1-3 units)
Description:  Students will work in cross-disciplinary teams to solve industry-sponsored real-world design problems using the design process. Construction, testing and evaluation of prototype design; design iteration to arrive at a final working system. Major design project. For Non-majors Only.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E. Available to qualified students for Pass/Fail Option.
Prerequisite(s):  Credit will be given for ENGR 498B or ENGR 498D, but not for both. Excluded majors: AME, ECE, CHEE, SIE, MSE, OSE, MGE, ABE.
Typical structure:  1 hour individual studies, 1 hour lecture, 1 hour studio.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 502 -- Research Proposal Preparation  (3 units)
Description:  Organization and planning of a specific research initiative in consultation with a potential advisor.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
May be repeated:  for credit 1 time (maximum 2 enrollments).
Identical to:  MSE 502; MSE is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 512A -- Management of Technology I  (3 units)
Description:  To provide practical experience and perspective in the challenging and complex world of technology management. The course content will include lectures, seminars, case analysis, shared personal experience from senior managers of technology-based enterprises, course specific academic literature, and guest speakers. Graduate-level requirements include two papers to be graded where indicated in the syllabus.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Typical structure:  1 hour individual studies, 1 hour lecture, 1 hour discussion.
Identical to:  MGMT 512A, MIS 512A.
May be convened with:  ENGR 412A.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 512B -- Management of Technology II  (3 units)
Description:  To provide and practical and in depth understanding of management at the first and second levels, the integration of product to market requirements and synchronization of organizations in the challenging and complex world of technology management. The course will include team role playing, in depth (deep dive) analysis of product and organizational process which have insured the sustained and successful performance of technology companies. The content will include lectures, seminars, shared personal experience from senior managers of technology-based enterprises, course specific academic literature, and guest speakers.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Typical structure:  1 hour individual studies, 1 hour lecture, 1 hour discussion.
Identical to:  MIS 512B, MAP 512B.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 520L -- Entrepreneurial Principles and Environments Laboratory  (1 unit)
Description:  Lab course for ENTR 420R/520R. This course will develop an innovation-specific feasibility study or business plan that will be discussed in ENTR 420R/520R. This course may be taken either concurrent or subsequent to ENTR 420R/520R. Graduate-level requirements include graduate students serving as team leaders.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Prerequisite(s):  This course may be taken either concurrent or subsequent to ENTR 420R/520R.
Identical to:  ENTR 520L; ENTR is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 420L.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

ENGR 520R -- Entrepreneurial Principles and Environments  (3 units)
Description:  Overview of entrepreneurial approach, strategies, and skills within a range of environments to advance technology and innovations. Students can pair ENTR 420R/520R with lab course to develop innovation-specific feasibility study or business plan. Graduate-level requirements include a final exam.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Identical to:  ENTR 520R; ENTR is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 420R.
Usually offered:  Spring, Summer.

ENGR 554 -- Law for Engineers/Scientists  (3 units)
Description:  Topics covered in this course include patents, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights, product liability contracts, business entities, employment relations and other legal matters important to engineers and scientists. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth research paper on a current topic.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Identical to:  CHEE 554; CHEE is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 454.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 565 -- Financial Management for Engineers  (3 units)
Description:  This course will provide the business financial knowledge and skills required for the technical professional to become an effectivel business manager and executive. Fundamentals of accounting, finance, financial analysis and decision making will be covered.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

ENGR 567 -- Engineering Management II  (3 units)
Description:  Strategic, tactical and operational planning; innovation and technological cycles; the elements of entrepreneurship, and human relations topics for technical managers. Graduate-level requirement includes two term papers.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Identical to:  SIE 567; SIE is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 467.
Usually offered:  Fall.

ENGR 581A -- Assessing Early Stage Technologies for Commercial Potential  (2 units)
Description:  This is pre-business plan course designed to equip students to effectively evaluate and assess early stage technologies to identify potential applications and market opportunities, enabling decisions to advance research and design, and solicit early stage investment. Graduate-level requirements include graduate students serving as team leaders.
Grading:  Regular grades are awarded for this course: A B C D E.
Identical to:  ENTR 581A; ENTR is home department.
May be convened with:  ENGR 481A.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

ENGR 596S -- Technology and Social Theory  (3 units)
Description:  Seminar in technology and social theory.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E.
Identical to:  W S 596S; W S is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

ENGR 696H -- Science and Social Theory  (3 units)
Description:  Science and technology are prominent features of contemporary society. The sociology of knowledge, science, and technology are rapidly growing and increasingly important areas of inquiry in the social and behavioral sciences, arts, and humanities. This seminar will be an opportunity to read very broadly across social and political theory and its relations to science (both the natural and social) and knowledge. The goals of the course are to expose students to the various schools of thought, methodologies, and themes in the sociology of science and knowledge and the interdisciplinary field of science and technology studies, and to explore resources from which to develop research questions in these areas.
Grading:  Regular or alternative grades can be awarded for this course: A B C D E or S P C D E.
Identical to:  W S 696H; W S is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

 

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