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New Courses for Fall 2012

ACCT2301-317-12703 - Prin. Of Accounting- Financial - MW - 12:00-1:15

ACCT2301-318-12704 - Prin. Of Accounting- Financial - MW - 2:50-4:05

ACCT2301-319-12706 - Prin. Of Accounting- Financial - MW - 4:15-5:30

FORS 2440-001 (CRN 12436)Intro to Forensic Science. A survey course on crime scene investigation. How criminalists and forensic scientists process information gathered at a crime scene. Three hours of lecture and three hours of lab each week.

PHYS 1410-001 (CRN 11377) Introductory Physics. A conceptual level of physics with a minimum of math for liberal arts and other nonscience majors. Covers magnetism, optics, electricity, relativity, nuclear physics, and more. Three hours of lecture and three hours of lab each week.

PHYS 1401-001 (CRN 11375) College Physics I. Designed for students preparing for careers in medicine, biology, architecture, pharmacy, etc. Covers classical mechanics, heat and sound. Three hours of lecture and three hours of lab each week.

CHEM 1405-001 (CRN 10496) Intro Chemistry I. Chemistry as related to man’s culture and environment. Three hours of lecture and three hours of lab each week. Brenham Campus.

CHEM 1405-100 (CRN 10808). Sealy Campus.

CHEM 1411-001 and 002 (CRN 10577 and 10578). General Chemistry. The laws, theories and concepts of chemistry. Three hours of lecture and three hours of lab each week. Brenham Campus.

CHEM 1411-700 (CRN 11864).  Schulenburg Campus.

CHEM 1411-100 (CRN 10809). Sealy Campus.

CJSA 2334 Contemporary Issues (CRN 12631) MW 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm, Instructor Edgar Feldman S135 new topic for the fall to be covered in class: 
Serial Murders and their Victims.