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Available Courses for Spring 2017

As a Senior Auditor, courses are made available to you from across the School of Arts and Sciences, the home of the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences at Penn. The School encompasses 27 academic departments and a faculty of nearly 500 world-renowned scholars. We hope this wide variety of offerings enables you to find a course that introduces you to stimulating new concepts, voices and ideas. 

The courses listed below are the ONLY eligible courses available to Senior Auditor Program registrants.

M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday

*Location of courses is subject to change; please refer to your confirmation email and Penn InTouch after registration.

Course Descriptions | Campus Map | Building Codes

Course Number Course Title Instructor Day(s)/Time Location*
AFRC001001 INTRO AFRICANA STUDIES JOHNSON G TR 1:30-3:00PM MCNB 286-7
AFRC177401 AFRO AMER HIST 1876-PRES AKINS J MW 11:00AM-12:30PM BENN 201
AFRC315401 AFRICA, DECOLONIZATION, AND INTERNATIONALISM  WEITZBERG K  MW 10:30AM-12:00PM BENN 322
AFRC320401 TRANSOCEANIC ENCOUNTERS: EAST AFRICA AND THE INDIAN OCEAN WEITZBERG K  MW 1:00-2:30PM WILL 723
AFST225401 AFRICAN LANG. & CULTURE  MBEJE A TR 1:30-3:00PM STIT B26
ANCH027401 ANCIENT ROME GREY C MW 12:00-1:00PM COHN G17
ANTH004001 THE MODERN WORLD AND ITS CULTURAL BACKGROUND  URBAN G MW 10:00-11:00AM MUSE B17
ANTH005001 GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS AL KUNTAR S  TR 10:30AM-12:00PM FAGN 214
ANTH122001 BECOMING HUMAN  MONGE J TR 1:30-3:00PM MUSE B17
ANTH123001 COMMUNICATION & CULTURE  AGHA A MW 10:00-11:00AM MUSE 330
ANTH454001 QUANT ANALYSIS ANTH DATA DIBBLE H  M 2:00-5:00PM MUSE 427
ARTH102401 RENAISSANCE-CONTEMPORARY: Introduction to Western Art, 1400-Present SHAW/SILVER  TR 12:00-1:30PM COLL 200
ARTH222401 ART OF ANCIENT IRAN PITTMAN H TR 10:30AM-12:00PM JAFF 113
ARTH232401 BYZANTINE ART & ARCH  OUSTERHOUT R TR 9:00-10:30AM JAFF 113
ARTH294401 ART NOW SILVERMAN K  MW 11:00AM-12:00PM STIT B26
ARTH428401 HELLENISTIC ART & SPECT  KUTTNER A TR 1:30-3:00PM JAFF B17
ARTH436401 LATER ISLAMIC ART & ARCH HOLOD R TR 12:00-1:30PM JAFF 113
ASTR001001 SURVEY OF THE UNIVERSE BERNARDI M TR 12:00-1:30PM DRLB A2
ASTR001002 SURVEY OF THE UNIVERSE DEVLIN M  TR 10:30AM-12:00PM DRLB A8
ASTR006001 SOLARSYSTEM EXOPLANETS LIDZ A TR 1:30-3:00PM DRLB A4
ASTR212001 INTRO ASTROPHYSICS II AGUIRRE J TR 12:00-1:30PM DRLB 3C6
ASTR392001 LIFE AND DEATH OF STARS  SAKO M TR 1:30-3:00PM DRLB 2C2
CLST100401 GREEK & ROMAN MYTHOLOGY  STRUCK P  MW 11:00AM-12:00PM STIT B6
CLST223001 Ages of Homer: An Archaeological Intro To the Greek Bronze & Iron Ages TARTARON T TR 1:30-3:00PM COHN 237
CLST302401 ODYSSEY & ITS AFTERLIFE  MURNAGHAN S  MW 3:30-5:00PM COHN 237
CRIM200401 CRIMINAL JUSTICE CHALFIN A MW 3:30-5:00PM STIT B6
EALC002001 INTRO TO JAPANESE CIVIL  CHANCE L  MW 1:00-2:00PM COHN 402
EALC113401 ARCHAEOLOGY OF EAST ASIA NISHIMURA Y  MW 2:00-3:30PM WILL 306
EALC184401 TWO KOREAS: POLITICS OF DIVISION  GUICHARD J TR 12:00-1:30PM COLL 315A
EALC192401 ARTS OF KOREA CHANCE F  TR 3:00-4:30PM WILL 319
ENGL026001 EARLY DRAMA: SHAKESPEARE & THE BIBLE HALL A TR 3:00-4:30PM BENN 139
ENGL050401 THE ROMANTIC PERIOD: ROMANTIC REVOLUTIONS  GAMER M W 2:00-5:00PM WILL 219
ENGL055001 19TH-CENT NOVEL: 19TH-C BRITISH NOVEL SAINT-AMOUR P MW 3:30-5:00PM BENN 231
ENGL060001 THE RISE OF THE NOVEL: EARLY NOVEL MCGRATH A TR 3:00-4:30PM BENN 231
ENGL062401 TWENTIETH-CENTURY POETRY NOT FROM THE U.S. BERNSTEIN C  M 6:00-9:00PM BENN 222
ENGL065401 20TH-CENTURY NOVEL: COLONIAL & POSTCOL. FIC BARNARD R MW 2:00-3:30PM BENN 231
ENGL088001 20TH AND 21ST CENTURY AMERICAN POETRY ZUZGA J TR 12:00-1:30PM JAFF 104
ENGL089001 COMING OF AGE IN AMERICAN LITERATURE SODERBERG L  TR 1:30-3:00PM BENN 231
ENVS312401 OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE DYNAMICS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE CLIMATE CHANGE  MARINOV I T 3:00-6:00PM HAYD 360
FREN386401 PARIS IN FILM MET P  M 3:30-5:00PM WILL 25
GEOL305401 EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES  JEROLMACK D  MW 10:00-11:30 DRLB 2C4
GEOL420001 INTRO TO GEOPHYSICS GOLDSBY D W 5:30-8:10PM DRLB 2C2
GEOL479001 MACROEVOLUTION  SALLAN L  TR 10:30AM-12:00PM DRLB 3C8
GRMN253401 FREUD  WEISSBERG L  TR 10:30AM-12:00PM ANNS 110
GRMN257401 FASCIST CINEMAS MACLEOD C MW 11:00AM-12:00PM ANNS 111
HIST001001 MAKING OF A MODERN WORLD: 13 INNOVATIONS THAT CHANGED HUMAN HISTORY DICKINSON F  MW 12:00-1:00PM ARCH 208
HIST011001 DECIPHERING AMERICA BROWN/LICHT  MW 1:00-2:00PM STIT B21
HIST040001 EARLY MOD EUR 1450-1750  SAFLEY T  TR 10:30AM-12:00PM COLL 318
HIST051001 MOD BRITAIN, 1700-2015 CHASE-LEVENSON  TR 12:00-1:30PM COLL 314
HIST075401 AFR HIST BEFORE 1800  BABOU C MW 11:00AM-12:00PM LRSM AUD
HIST097401 HISTORY OF MODERN CHINA  KAPUR N TR 3:00-4:30PM COHN 402
HIST141401 JEWS IN THE MODERN WORLD WENGER B  TR 1:30-3:00PM TOWN 315
HIST166401 ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT THROUGH LIT AND FILM TROUTT POWELL E MW 1:00-2:00PM COLL 314
HIST343401 19TH CENT EUR INTEL HIST BRECKMAN W TR 10:30AM-12:00PM MCNB 309
LING001001 INTRO TO LINGUISTICS  KUANG J MW 12:00-1:00PM STIT B6
LING102001 INTRO TO SOCIOLING TAMMINGA M MW 11:00AM-12:00PM MOOR 216
LING210001 INTRO TO LANGUAGE CHANGE RINGE D TR 10:30AM-12:00PM CHEM 109
LING230401 SOUND STRUCTURE OF LANG  NOYER R MW 3:30-5:00PM WILL 29
LING247001 STRUCTURE OF ASL SANTORINI B  TR 1:30-3:00PM WILL 25
LING265001 ENGLISH DIALECTS BACOVCIN H TR 3:00-4:30PM WILL 215
NELC046401 MYTHS & RELIG ANC WORLD  FRAME G MW 3:30-5:00PM STIT B21
NELC062401 LAND OF THE PHARAOHS  WEGNER J  TR 3:00-4:30PM COLL 200
NELC139001 BEER & WINE MIDDLE EAST: Beer and Wine Consumption in the Middle East FODA O W 2:00-5:00PM DRLB 2C8
NELC159401 MOD HEB LIT & CULT TRANS: FANTASY DREAMS & MADNESS  GOLD N TR 1:30-3:00PM WILL 202
NELC201401 MOD MIDEAST LIT IN TRANS GOLD N MW 5:00-6:30PM WILL 220
NELC231401 ARAB WOMEN & WAR FAKHREDDINE H TR 12:00-1:30PM WILL 315 / WILL 220
PHIL001001 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY STEINBERG S  MW 10:00-11:00AM STIT B6
PHIL025001 PHILOS OF SCIENCE  SPENCER Q TR 10:30-11:30AM MCNB 110
PHIL072401 BIOMEDICAL ETHICS  GIBBONS S MW 11:00AM-12:00PM ARCH 208
PHIL228401 PHIL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE PARKER H  MW 1:00-2:00PM COLL 200
PSCI110001 COMPARATIVE POLITICS  LUSTICK I MW 11:00AM-12:00PM COLL 200
PSCI131001 AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY  HOROWITZ M MW 1:00-2:00PM ARCH 208
PSCI151001 INTERNATIONAL SECURITY GOLDSTEIN A  MW 11:00AM-12:00PM STIT B21
RELS091401 NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE  POWELL T  TR 9:00-10:30AM COHN 204
RELS143401 INTRODUCTION TO ISLAM KARJOO-RAVARY A MW 2:00-3:30PM COLL 311F
RELS235401 EASTERN CHRISTIANITIES HAN J  MW 3:30-5:00PM COLL 311F
RUSS134401 COMMUNISM ORENSTEIN M  TR 1:30-3:00PM ANNS 110
RUSS155001 RUSSIAN LIT AFTER 1870 VINOKOUR M TR 12:00-1:30PM JAFF B17
RUSS187401 PORTRAITS SOV SOCIETY VINOKOUR M TR 3:00-4:30PM WILL 304
SAST001401 Introduction to Modern India ALI D  TR 12:00-1:30PM STIT B21
SAST004001 INDIA'S LITERATURE PATEL D MW 2:00-3:00PM STIT B26
SAST008401 INDIA: CULTURE & SOCIETY SREENIVASAN R TR 3:00-4:30PM ANNS 111
SOCI006401 RACE & ETHNIC RELATIONS  ZUBERI T  TR 12:00-1:30PM MCNB 285
SOCI010001 SOCIAL STRATIFICATION PARK H T 1:30-4:30PM MCNB 110
SOCI126001 CONTEMPORARY SOCIO THEOR JOYCE C MW 3:30-5:00PM MCNB 410
SOCI137001 SOC. OF MEDIA & POP CULT: Sociology of Media and Popular Culture GRAZIAN D MW 11:00AM-12:00PM DRLB A4
SOCI277401 MENTAL ILLNESS  SCHNITTKER J MWF 10:00-11:00AM COLL 200
THAR125401 THE PLAY  SCHLATTER J  TR 3:00-4:30PM BENN 224

Course Descriptions

Code Description
AFRC https://africana.sas.upenn.edu/pc
ANCH https://www.classics.upenn.edu/pc/term/2017a
ANTH https://www.sas.upenn.edu/anthropology/pc/term/2017a
ARTH https://www.sas.upenn.edu/arthistory/pc
ASTR https://www.physics.upenn.edu/courses/
CLST https://www.classics.upenn.edu/pc/term/2017a
CRIM https://crim.sas.upenn.edu/courses/undergraduate/2016/spring
EALC https://www.sas.upenn.edu/ealc/pc/term/2017A/EALC
ENGL https://www.english.upenn.edu/courses/undergraduate/2017/spring
ENVS https://www.sas.upenn.edu/earth/pc
FREN https://www.sas.upenn.edu/french/spring-2017-course-descriptions
GEOL https://www.sas.upenn.edu/earth/pc
GRMN https://www.sas.upenn.edu/germanic/pc
HIST https://www.history.upenn.edu/courses/undergraduate/pc/term/2017a
LING https://www.ling.upenn.edu/pc/term/2017A
NELC Email senioraudit@sas.upenn.edu
PHIL https://philosophy.sas.upenn.edu/pc/term/2017A/
PSCI https://www.sas.upenn.edu/polisci/sites/www.sas.upenn.edu.polisci/
RELS https://www.sas.upenn.edu/religious_studies/pc/term/2017A
RUSS http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/slavic/courses/spring_courses.htm
SAST https://www.southasia.upenn.edu/pc
SOCI https://sociology.sas.upenn.edu/?q=pc/term/2017a
THAR https://theatre.sas.upenn.edu/courses/2017/spring

Building Codes

Code Building
ACHM ANATOMY/CHEMISTRY
ADDM CHARLES ADDAMS FINE ARTS HALL
ANNC ANNENBERG CENTER
ANNS ANNENBERG SCHOOL
APPC Annenberg Public Policy Center
ARCH ARTS, RSRCH & CULTR
ARTS ARTS HOUSE
BENN FISHER-BENNETT HALL
BLAU BLAUHAUS, FINE ARTS, 33RD & CHESTNUT
BLOC BLOCKLEY HALL
BODN BODINE
BRB BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING(421 CURIE BLVD)
CAST CASTER BUILDING
CHEM CHEMISTRY BUILDING
CLAB CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
CHES CHESTNUT AT 33RD STREET
CGNA CIGNA
CPCW CTR FOR PGMS IN CONTEMP WTG
CVHS CIVIC HOUSE
CL25 CLASS OF '25
CLRB CLINICAL RESEARCH BLDG
COHN CLAUDIA COHEN HALL
COLL COLLEGE HALL
CPCR COLONIAL PENN CENTER
CRIM 3808 WALNUT STREET
CTRC CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL RSCH CTRM
COMM COMMUNITY HOUSE
DRLB DAVID RITTENHOUSE LAB
DENT DENTAL SCHOOL
DUBH DU BOIS HOUSE
DUHR DUHRING WING
DUNL DUNLOP AUDITORIUM
EDUC EDUCATION BUILDING
EFSB EF SMITH BUILDING
EISX EISENLOHR ANNEX
FAGN CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING)
FELS FELS CENTER
FITT MICHAEL FITTS AUDITORIUM
FLD FIELD
FKLN FRANKLIN BUILDING
FURN FURNESS BUILDING
GITT GITTIS HALL
GK GOLKIN HALL
GLAB GODDARD LAB
GOLD GOLDBERG CH
HAML HAMILTON COLLEGE HOUSE
HARN HARNWELL COLLEGE HOUSE
HSBG HARRISBURG
HARR HARRISON COLLEGE HOUSE
HAYD HAYDEN HALL
HILL HILL HOUSE
HOLL HOLLENBACK CENTER
HH HOUSTON HALL
INTH INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
IRV IRVINE AUDITORIUM
JAFF JAFFE BUILDING
MRGN JOHN MORGAN BUILDING (MED SCHL)
JMHH JON M. HUNTSMAN HALL
JOHN JOHNSON PAVILION
KWH KELLY WRITERS HOUSE
KING*- KINGS COURT
KCEH KINGS COURT/ENGLISH HOUSE
LRSM LAB-STRUC OF MATTER
L-FH LAUDER HALL
LAWS LAW SCHOOL
LLAB LEIDY LAB
LEVH LEVINE HALL
LEVY LEVY CENTER
LEWS LEWIS HALL
LIPP LIPPINCOTT
LOCH LOCUST HOUSE
LOGN LOGAN HALL
MALB MALONEY BUILDING
MAYH MAYER HALL
MCCL MCCLELLAND
MCKN MCKEAN
MCES MCNEIL CENTER FOR EARLY AMERICAN STUDIES
MCNB MCNEIL BUILDING
MELL 133 S. 36th ST. (formerly MELLON BANK BUILDING)
MEYH MEYERSON HALL
MLCH MODERN LANGUAGE COLLEGE HOUSE
MONE MONELL
MOOR MOORE BUILDING
MORG MORGAN BUILDING (FINE ARTS)
MUSX MUSIC ANNEX
MUSB MUSIC BUILDING
NBS NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES BLDG
NCAL NATNL CTR ADULT LITRCY
NEB NURSING EDUCATION BUILDING
NEGB CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING)
NETT NETTER CENTER
OLDH 202-204 SOUTH 36TH STREET
PEPP PEPPER HALL
PCAM PERELMAN ADVANCED MEDICINE
PWH PERRY WORLD HOUSE
EISN PRESIDENT'S HOUSE
PCC 4201 SPRUCE STREET
PSYC PSYCHOLOGY BUILDING
PSYL PSYCHOLOGY LAB
RODN RODIN COLLEGE HOUSE
QUAD QUADRANGLE
RCAL RCA LABS
RMED RICHARDS MEDICAL BLDG
RIVR RIVER FIELD
ROBT ROBERTS HALL
SILV SILVERMAN HALL
SKIR SKIRKANICH HALL
PROV SPRUCE CH
SHDH STEINBERG-DIETRICH
SLCT ST. LEONNARDS COURT/SOLOMON ASCH CTR
STCH STELLAR-CHANCE LABORATORIES
MEDS STEMMLER HALL
STIT STITELER HALL
STOU STOUFFER
SAGA ST.AGATHA'S
TANE TANENBAUM HALL
CSTL THE CASTLE
TOWN TOWNE BUILDING
MUSE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM
VPCH*- VAN PELT COLLEGE HOUSE
VANP VAN PELT LIBRARY
VPMH VAN PELT MANOR HOUSE
VANC VANCE HALL
VAGL VAGELOS LABORATORIES
VETS VETERINARY SCHOOL
WILL WILLIAMS HALL
WIST WISTAR
ZOOL ZOO
34MK 3401 MARKET STREET
36MK 3600 MARKET STREET
37MK 3700 MARKET STREET
WLNT 3401 WALNUT STREET
SNSM 3406 SANSOM STREET
MRKT 3440 MARKET STREET
35MK 3550 MARKET STREET
LOCW 3611 LOCUST WALK
38WN 3810 WALNUT STREET
CHST 4025 CHESTNUT STREET
PINE 4200 PINE STREET
WEIS WEISS EDUCATION COMMONS

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