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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 6,

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COURSE MART

Alternative courses offered

By MARION SELZ
Students can receive academic
credit this winter term for get-
ting involved in political activ-
ities, learning h o w to budget
their money, discussing Marxist
philosophy a n d methodology,
and comparing their views on
the writings of Tolkien.
These and fifteen other cours-
es not available. through t h e
regular curriculum are being of-
fered to students through the
Course Mart.
The CourseMart offers these
and fifteen other somewhat off-
beat learning activities for stu-
dents who are not satisfied with
the regular curriculum.
Students can register for the
courses at the Student Counsel-
ing Office, 1018 Angell Hall.
The Course Mart, which of-
fers courses under the College
Course Program division, is now
in its third year. According to
Scott Bass, a coordinator of the
program, the idea of Course
Mart is to "get good courses in-
to the curriculum which would
not ordinarily be offered."

The ideas for Course Mart
courses may come from anyone
in t h e University community.
The Course Mart then takes the
suggestions to the Curriculum
Committee for approval and at-
tempts to find qualified person-
nel to teach the course. Profes-
sors and teaching fellows usual-
ly teach the courses but know-
ledgeble undergraduates may al-
so do so.
Sandy Fleming, another co-
ordinator, suggests that anyone
who has an idea for a course
for next term, should present
his ideas as soon as possible,
since it takes awhile to get a
course approved a n d set up.
This term, for example, Course
Mart courses were not included
in t h e time schedule because
they were compiled and approv-
ed too late.
Course offerings for winter
term consist of the following:
-Planned Change: Study of
the process of change, with em-
phasis on the University. Ac-
cording to Gretchen Wilson, an
instructor, the course will con-
sist of two parts: an analysis of

how the University functions,
and an evaluation of different
strategies for change.
-Constitutional C r i m i n a 1
Procedure: A consideration of
the law and legal problems re-
lating to police practices in ar-
rest, seizure, etc.
-Physical and Quantitative
Analysis of Social and Environ-
mental Phenomena: Study of
concepts of physics and of ana-
lytic techniques arising from
math models used in environ-
mental studies.
-Introduction to Photograp-
hic Expression and Communi-
cation: Study of photographic
expression through readings and
performance.
-Radio and American Soci-
ety: Sampling of vintage broad-
casting including some modern
radio drama in several nations.
-Cooperatives and Peoples
Movements: Co-ops as a social
force and economic lever.
-Issues, Strategies and Ana-
lysis in Political Action: A study
of how social change is produc-
ed in American society. Robert
Hefneran instructor,saidathe
course would give students aca-
demic credit for getting involv-
ed politically and analyzing the
effectiveness of their activity.
-Broadcast Journalism.
-Indochina a n d American
Foreign Policy: Analysis of var-
ious viewpoints of American for-
eign policy.
-Problems in Counter Cul-
ture: Youth trends for alterna-
tive life style. This course will
be a follow-up of t h e earlier
counter-culture course.
-Shakespearian C o n t e x t s:
Independent, wide range, in
depth' study of Shakespeare.
-Personal Finance: Practi-
It makes good sense.
Buy ice cream at an ice cream'
parlor-groceries at a grocery
store, Shoes at a Shoe Shock.
The one at 1210 S. University
is having a sale.
-paid advertisement-

cal knowledge in financial ar-
eas.
-Biological Baisis of Mem-
ory: Biological mechanisms for
behavior modification.
-Urban Environment: Gen-
eral study of total urban en-
vironment.
-Student Voluntary Organi-
zations: Development of analy-
tical tools of student leaders, "to
provide the theoretical a n d
practical knowledge so that stu-
dents will be able to improve
their organizations," according
to Ed Dougherty, instructor.
-Seminar on J. J. R. Tolk-
ien: Further knowledge and un-
derstanding of Tolkien.
-Marxism: Philosophy and
Methodology: Comprehensive
study of Marxist analysis.
-Independent Legal Research
Seminar: Law projects in field
of individual interest.
-Vietnam: Cultural Perspec-
tive: Insider's point of view.
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Counselor, bachelor'e with 30 sem.
hours of soc., 'psych., or counseling.
Gelman Instrument, Executive Sec.,
degree not req., typing needed, prefer
shorthand.
Genesee County, Chemist, BS in
chem., some exper. in criminal lab.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
The Office of Student Organizations
would like to announce its new office
hours. Mon. - Fri., 830 - 5:30 and Mon.
- Thurs., 7:00-9:00 p.m.
The Ageless Science of Yoga. Instruc-
tion in the yoga exercises as taught by
qualified "instructors and sponsored by'
Self-Realization Fellowship. Call Dale
after 6:00 p m. at 761-9825.
Beit-idrash (College of Jewish Stu-,
dies - Hillel) will hold registration on
January 12, 13, 14 from 4:30 - 10;00
p.m. at 1429 Hill St. Courses to be of-'
fered are Hebrew (all levels). Basic
Judaism, Jewish History, Israeli Cul-
ture and more.
Gay Liberation Front meeting, Thurs.,
Jan. 7, - 8:30 p.m., Dorm 3A, OSO Of-
fices, South Wing, Michigan Union.

Udwards Brothers, Engineer, EIE.
Purex Corporation, salesman for in-
dust. supplies; some sales exper,; Mr.
Hefling from Cincinnati in Ann Arbor
this week to interview candidates.
Aeschliman Ford Tractor, bookkeeper,
farm & industrial dealership, some ex-
per., also some typing.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Announcements, inquire about appli-
cation procedure at S.P.S., 212 S.A.B.
Applications available for summer
jobs in federal agencies, application
deadline Jan. 8 for Feb. 13 exam, and
Feb. 3 for March 13 exam.
New Jersey Dept.1of Community Af-
fairs have announced Summer Intern
Program, applications at SPS, 212 SAB;
deadline Apr. 1; for law students, Feb.
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