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(Continued from Page I1)
one acquires a gradual facility for
literary interpretation," he explained.
Bud grade point averages can be
Sisleading. For instance, in the
residential College all freshmen and
sophomores must take classes pass/fail
and receive a written evaluation, ac-
cording to Carol LaMantia, Coordinator
of Academic Counseling for the
Residential College.
Juniors and seniors are allowed to
chose whether they want to receive a
grae or a written evaluation. It is
likely that those who choose to receive a
*grade do so because they expect to do
dwelt, LaMantia said.

THE PHYSICAL Therapy division is
another example of a unique grading
system.. According to Physical
Therapy director Richard Darnell,
students who do poorly receive incom-
pletes and may take the course over for
a better grade.
It's difficult for students to .get into
physical therapy, but once they're in
they won't be kicked out, Darnell said.
This explains the high grade point
average (3.793) for the Physical
Therapy division.
A similar ex:planation applies to the
honors Program.

"IT DOESN'T surprise me that
Honors courses have higher GPAs than
others... We are dealing with the
brightest students in the college," said
Margot Morrow, associate director of
the program. "All have potential for
As."
Seminars offered at the University
often have GPAs as high as 4.0, but this
doesn't mean they are easy.
"When you were a freshman, you had
to take some courses you had ab-
solutely no interest in," according to
University Associate Registrar Harris
Olson. As a student moves into higher

levels, courses become more
specialized. Because the students are
familiar with and interested in the
material, grades are often high, he ex-
plained.
MANY UNIVERSITY officials and
faculty members cite "grade-flation"
as a major problem in evaluating grade
point averages.
"It's an appropriate matter for con-
cern," said Macklin Smith, chairman of
the undergraduate English program.
"It makes things difficult for the in-
dividual professors. When you're faced
with only three 'acceptable' grades,

meaning A, A- and B + , evaluation is
not as effective."
"Students put much more emphasis
on grades than other people do," accor-
ding to Chuck Judge, director of
Academic Counseling in LSA. "Most
people in admissions offices . . .and
(employers) have a real hesitation
about looking only at grades."
THERE HAS been no actual grade in-
flation in five years, according to Coun-
selor Judge. In some areas, there has
been deflation.
But in many academic disciplines,
the earlier rise in grades has never

i . ' a X .

t DIV CE COURSE OESCRIPTION
say.005 112 ARCH 112 ORIEN

HRS HRS MRS ,
1EL.ECS FEND P/F COMP O P A
4TATION 151 34 2 26B 3.152

MRS MRS MRS
ELECS FEND P/F COMP O P A

WVY CSE COURSE DESCRIPT ION

MRS MRS MRS
ELECS PEND P/f CORP

DtY CSE COUlRSE DESCRIPTION

O PA

DIV CSE COURSE DESCRIPTION

MRS MRS MRS
D1EC08 PEND P/F COMP 9 P A

'F°

;a 202 ARCH 202 GRAPH COMMUNICATN 24 2 0 48 x.591

342 ART 342
343 ART 343
344 ART 3-44
345 ART 346
346 ART 348

tCERAMICS 11
2 CERAMICS 5

4 0 40 3.840
' 0o 0o 20 3.000

08S 481
482

REAL EST 481 FUNDAMENTALS
REAL EST 402 REAL EST LAN

31 a I2 78 2.603
30 8 12 75 28365

CERAMICS 7 0 0 28 0.757

RCm! FCT dA ! nPPPn!<n! A A A 1a o aa

301 ARCH 301 INTRO GRAPHICS 22
312 ARCH 312 ARCN DESIGN i 108
313 ARCH 313 HISTORY ARCH 1 123
314 ARCH 314 STRUCTURES I 113

8 0 36 3.518
40 0 500 3.487

SCERAMICS 2 0 0 8 2.000

CERAMICS VII 1

0
r 16

0 4 4.000
0 60 3.220

12 8 35t 2.624
10 0 216 2.682

315

ARCH 315

- 017 ARCH 317 TONI7
aIe ARCH 318 VISUAL
356 ARCH 358 PHOTOf

ENV TECH I 109 12 0 206 3.092
3T UCTION I 125 12 2 236 3.372
ST3UDIES I 107 21 0 300 3.412 '

350 ART 350 PRINT LITHO I
351 ART 351 PRINT LITHO 11
352 ART 352 PRI NT LI THiO tIl
' 353 ART 353 PRINT LITHO IV
355 ART 335 MTL PL-SERIGRAPHY

19

DIVISION TOTAL
095 300 STATEMAT 300 I NP SYSdOATA
301 STAT8IIGT 30f iNTR PROBABI
573 STATeM6T 573 DESBMOT IPS.
577 STATBMOT 577 DATA MOT SYST

'57 8 24 't 7i- 6 88
t 268 9 S 852 2.98
43 8 0 123 2.846
2, Y 0 O 68 3.650
' 3a 68 0O 3a 2.700

345 ED O $-s SCM CURR HEALTH 12 6 0 18 3.355 '
550 ED D 550 CRIT HLTH PROS ED t2 6 0 18 3.755
868 E00O356 READ INSTR SS 9 4 0 5 3.740 2
367 ED O 867 I1MG HOINSTR El 31 12 0 8l .933
773 ED 0 773 SCM HEALTH ED I 2 0 0
DIVISION TOTAL 1116A 279 1590 1423 3.675
210 665 ED E 665 PRACT OCCUPAT CO I 0 0 2 4.000 * ,
212 101 ED F 101 KINE-PHYS HO MOV 73 8 0 144 2.880 ,
102 ED F 102 PSYC-SOC HU MOVE 63 28 0 100 3.182
105 - ED F 105 HIST 6PRIN PE 38 14 0 62 2.706
124 ED F 124 SOC-SPD-TCM FTBL 19 19 0 0 .4_

13

4 0 0 16 3.880
1 0 0 4 3.000
12 16 0 32 3.350

20 0 32 3.537

FOR ARCH t

15 12 0O 339 3.727

366 ART 356 MTL PL-SERIGRAPHY 7 18 O 72 3.233

400 ARCH 400 TUTORIAL STUDIES 13 9 0 29 3.472
A23 ARCH 423 iNTR UR8 PLANNI NG 13 0 0 39 3.207
431 ARCH 43f INTRO COMPUTER 69 22 0 118 2.725
432 ARCH 432 ARCH DES 1t1 105 988 0 324 3.285
434 ARCH 434 STRUCTURES 1I1 109 9 0 318 2.503

' 35T ART 357 MTL PL^SER IGRAPHY
358 ART 356 MTL PL-SERIGRAPHY

7 18 O 72 3.233

Y 2 0 0 8 3.750
Y I/ 4 O 0

a61 ART 361i

PAINTING 16
PAINTING 19

i2 0 52 3.336
0 0 76 2.921

382
383
364

ART 362
ART 363
ART 364

435 ARCH 435 ENVIRON TECH ill 106 I5S 0
462 ARCH 439 SITE OEVELO?MENT :i5 4 0

303
106
2

.279
3.441
3.700

PAtNTI NO 1b
PAINTI NG 8

16 0 44 3.200
0 0 92 3.450

3 0

365 ART 363

PAINTI NG 6 4 0 20 3.460

500 ARCH 500 TUTORIAL STUDIES !' 2
507 ARCH 507 PRAC MASON CONSTR 8
.. ._ Si3 ARCH 513 URBAN ENVIR CHO 1

3 0 15i

3.053

368 ART 366 PAINTING VI 3 0 0 t2 3.T00
010 a71 ART 371 GRAPHIC DESIGN "9 0 109 s. 33
--"TY -a ART 372 GRAPIC DE:ION 87 to o0 . 849
373 ART 373 GRAPIC DESIGN 22 8 0 80 2.400

2

I 3 y0 0
0 O 8

519
523
51

ARCH 5t9 PRIM URBAN DESIGN
ARCH 523 THEORY 6 PHIL

2.900

1 0 0 3 4.000

ARCH 33 HISTORY ARCH iliI 5 3 3 9 3.466
ARCH 691 AOV GRAPH COMUN 2 3 0 3 3.'700
ARCH 561 BUILOING PROGRAM 2 0 0 6 2.690

374 ART 374
375 ART 375
381 ART 381
382 ART 362

GaRPHIc DESIGNs

20 e o 52 2.937

GRAPMIC DESIGN
INTERIOR DESIGN
INTERIOR DESIGN 1

9 -a0O 28 3.IBS
21 >s o ea a,1e8

562 ARCH 562 DESIGN ELECTIVE

8 0 0

673

ARCH S63 VI SIONARY ARCH I 14 3 0 39
ARCH 597 MATERIAL-BUILDING 2 3 0 3

3.661

S838 ART 383 INTERIOR DESIGN
884 ART 864 INTERIOR DESIGN
39t ART 391 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

10 12 o 26 3.626
8 0 O 24 3.766
P 4 0 D 0.860
19 0 0 78 3.652

ARCH 673 MIST PRESERVATN

4 O

0 i2 3.325

007 423 URBAN PLN 423 INT URB PLAN
5 03 URBAN PLN 503 PLAN ANAL It
513 URBAN PLN 513 LEOL ASP-PLN
573 URBAN PLN 573 REGNL THRY 1
y 0 73 URBAN PLN 673 MIST PRESERV
DIVSIO

I 17 8 9 36 3.326
3 0 0 9 3.900
I 3 0 0 9 3.70
1 3 O 0
1 0 0 3 3.700

382 ART 392 INDUSTRIAL. DESIGN
393 ART 393 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN '
394 ART 394 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

0 0
18 4 0

688

2.940
3.200

t

8 0 0O t2 3.098

D[ISION TOTAL 93... 21 3 ,Y4. 2.
126 205 DENT HYG 205 INTR DENT HYG 64 0 0 84 2.828
210 DENT HYG 210 PROPHYLAIC 84 0 0 192 2.603
242 DENT HYO 242 ORAL ANATOMY 64 O 0 192 2.877
309 DENT HYG 309 RADIOGRAPHY 78 0 0 156 3.274
312 DENT 1490 372 CLINICAL 79 0 0 318 3.277
321 DENT HYG 321 DENT HYGIENE 78 O 0 79 9.118
323 DENT HYG 323 CLN ORAL PATM 79 0O ,O 758 3.320
324 OElIT MYG 324 PERI'ODONTICS 78 0 0 78 2.703
128 338 D3ENT HYG3358 DENTH6.1KED 79 0 0 188 3.837
352 DENT HiYG 352 CLIN DENT PSY 64 0 0 128 3.067
DIVISION TOTAL 728 0 0 1521 3.707
202 310 ED A 370 MIST ED US 54 30 0 78 3.287
320 ED A.320 - PHIL AMER ED 48 10 O 82 3.54/
330 ED A 330 ED SOCIOLOGY 721 8 0 234 3.587
530 ED A 5O PROBEDS0C 3 0 0 8 3.46
'-DIVISION TOTAL 224' 48 0 400, ;9.808
204 550 ED D50 EO AOMIN U8 2 0 2 2 3.700
072 ED D 672 HUMAN RELATIONS l 0 0 2 4.000
DIVISION TOTAL 3 o0 s2 4. S.:686
206 300 ED C 300 EDUC PSYCH 172 50 0 409 3.240
240 ED C 240 CHLDO DEVELOP 48 8 0 88 2.602
390 ED C 390 OBSERV-PANTICIP 132 19 1868 7D 4,000 ,
570 ED C S10 PSY TCH READ WRIT 9 4 0 74 4.000
530 EO C 530 MENTAL HEALTH 8 6 0 10 3.460
570 ED C 570 PSY EXCEP CHILD 24 2 0 49 3.508
578 ED C 876 PSY 01AG EXC CM 27 0 0 :54 3.748
580 ED C 580 iNTERPERS DIM LB 28 0 0 50 3.784
591 ED C 591 OWAG READ 012060 4 2 0 6 3.700
600 ED C 600 EDUC PSYCH 2 0 0O 4 3.850
607 ED C 607 INTROD £ED RAD 3 0 0 6 3.566
206 620 ED C 820 APPL GRP DYNAM I 0 0 3 3.700
580 EDOC 680 PERSON IN GROUP I 0 2 0
DIVISION TOTAL 4S6 e1 170 '700' S.3t 2
208 301 E0 0 301 DIRECTED TEACH 73 29 639 0
304 EDOD 304 PRO-PRIN SEC ED 59 6 2 110 3.827
.103 EOD0 30S DI RECTED TEACH 55 8 482 0
307 E0O307 SEll ELEII DIR TCH 52 3 49 0
3097 ED 0 309 PRACT TEACH METH 149 48 340 0
312 ED 0 312 INNOVAT TUTOR EXP I71 12 0 209 3.833
341 EO 0 341 METH MUS ELEM 14 3 0 39 3.487
345 ED 0 345 DIRECTED TEACH 3 2 .. 4 0
346 EDO 0346 DIRECTED TEACH 3 2 4 0
347 ED 0 347 DIRECTED TEACH 3 2 4 0
348 EDO0 348 DIRECTED TEACH 3 0 6 0

272 156 ED F 156 11NTRAMURAL PROD 3S 18 0 52 8.273
200 ED F 200 KfNESI0OOY 41 21 0 102 2.320 - ~
200 ED F 208 COIYIUN RECREAT 34 13b 0 87 -3.448 r
247 ED P 247 SOUARE-SOC DANCE 32 9 0 29 3.479 .
25t ED P2 51 - FOLK DANCING 35 2 0 33 8.496 :
253 ED F 23 MOVEMENT ANAL 2I 8 0 13 3.946
2S5 ED F 255 GYMNASTI CB 17 1 0 10 3.630 "
- E584 EDF 258 A0UATICS 12 4 0 8 3.366
304 ED F 304 PHYSIOL BASE ACT 29 8 O 81 2.074
312 ED F"312 PLAN PE RECFAC 36 20 0 58 3.200 Y

913 ED F 919 PROS FE
918 ED F 918 FIRST AID

5. 2 0 8 3.9265.
4- 1
Q9 22 0 986 3.28

126 ED F 126 PENS EER FROG
131 ED f 131 PADD-HAND-SOUASH
142 ED f 142 BE0 -SURV-SHIM

29 3 0 26 3.43
22 8 0 16 3.337
nI 7 0 4 a350

143

395 ART 39S INDUSTRIAL. DESIGN 3 0 0 12 3.433
399 ART 399 ARTBCORMUNITY DEVL 31 4 0 58 3.688

ED F 143 SWIM-LIFESAVING

9 4 0 6 3.680

349 ED F 349 ADV AOUATCS-WSI 7 1 1 8 3.480
352 EO F 332 BASEBALL 19 2 0 17 3.8
359 ED0F358 TENNIS 6& / 0 5 4.000
357 ED F 357 OFFI CIATING 20 4 0 36 3.036'
417 ED F 417 BODY MECH 6EXER 4 ,2 0 6 3.568
418 ED F 416 TESTS 8 REAS FE 35 8 O 99 2.898
420 ED F 420 MOTOR LEARNING 23 21 O 48 2.243
500 ED F 500 BIOMECH HUM MiOTH 8 9 0 I3 2.800
503 ED F 503 FITNESS EVAL-PRO 12 3 0 33 3.118

400 ART 400 iND STDY$COLL PROD

S 0

9- 010 O 101
f02
,; , 103
-' ! 104
110
,, , 11i2
r200' o
20s' z1

ART 101
ART 102
ART 103
ART 104'
ART 170C
ART 112

Q 7

DRAW It, I 145 -26 4 260 2.818

43C ART 493 POTGGRAPHY 2 0
431 ART 431 PHOTOGRAPHY }' 1 0
472 ART 472 GRAPH DESIGN PROD 17 0
510 ART 510 FERCEPTBEXPRESS 3 3
570 ART 570 GRAPHIC DESiGH I 4
DIVISION TOTAL 2011 671

0 18 2 .711
i 4 4.000
0 2 4.000
I 0 68 3.011

FIGURE DRAING i
VISUAL FUND 2-DIM
VISUAL FUND 3-DIM
CONTEMP ART ORIGIN
MIST -PHOTOGRAPHY

184 14 4 350
137 20 0O 254
164 26 2 300
104 30 0 178
22 t4 0 30

3.18
2.933_
3.289
3.260
3.333

504 ED F 634 EIICERCI SE PHYSIOL
212 86 ED F 603 RECREATION AGED

O 0 O0 32 3.260
t 2 0 0

0
0

a
0

3.E00
3.210

A I

20 4570

DIVI SIONTOTAL

781 238 1 1259 2.994

015 323

214 598 ED 059 STU PART GOVERN

ART ED 0 323 SCM FLD EXP

/5 0 0 60 0. 9t3

ART 200 INDEPENDENT STUDY 4 2
ART 201 V(SUALtZAT1ON 1 63 20

0 6 4.000
0 I06 3.328

324 AFEDD0 324 THRY PRA.C fII 86 O 0 32 3.712
328 ART ED 0 326 TEACH ANT 10 0 0 26 q,000
401 ART EOD0 401 ART EDUC 1 0 O 2 3.700
DI VI SION TO TAL 34 O 0 120 3.876
045 277 ACCTO 271 PRIN ACOTO t 339 128 30 861 2.371

80S ED 9 609 COLT-UNIV PROF
DIVISION TOTAL
215 301 ED H 01 BURVAD CONT ED

84 10 0 18a 3.683
1 3 8 0 0
65 /3 0 18.- .85
3 85 O O0 0.
2 Z 0 2 3. 704r0'
4 a8 o 0..-0

010 202

ART 202 VISUALIZATIONfiI

33 4 O 62 3.093

U203 AT 203 LETTERING 29 0 0 58 3.079,
S205 ART 205S CERAMICS 39 4 2 72 3.283
206 ART 208 SCULPTURE 12 4 0 20 3.560
t'1
' 207 ART'207, "ADV DRAWING 1 21 2 0 40 3.485
208 ART 208 . ADV DRAWI NG II i8 2 0 34 3.947
h209 ART 209 PHOTOGRAPHY 64 18 6 104 2.882
_211 ART 211 LIFE DRAWING 57 t8 0 98 3.000
212 ART 2!2 LIFE GNAWI NG 36 10 0 62 3.354
213 ART 213 AOV DRAWING Itt 9 2 0 /6 3.300
F CIA21 ART 214 ADV DRAWI NG IV 4 2 0 6 3.666
- 217 ART 217 WATER COLOR 53 6 2 88 3.224
218 ART 218 ADV WATER COLOR t4 0 0 28 3. 978

272 ACCTG 272 PRIN ACOTO If

94 24 6 252 2.459

810 ED H 510 EDUC 6ERONTOLOG0Y
4 14 ED H 416 CURB lBS STAF DEV
520 ED H 520 SOC CONTEXT AGE
320 ED H 530 AOR AD OONT FROG
6t8 ED H 618 ORG THEOR IDRSMP
621 ED H 621 PRIN AD CONT ED
DIViSION TOTAL

2 2 0 2 5.700v

2 6 0
1 0 D

0

305 ACCTG 305 COST ACCOUNTING 122 '42 G 318 3.077
312 ACCTG 312 ASSET ACCOUNTING 80 9 3 228 2.971
313 ACCTG 313 CORP ACCTS-STATE 65 21 0 174 2.627
317 ACCG 317 FED INC TAX PROC 89 8 3 255 3.003
450 ACCTG 430 AUDI TING 20 0 0 GD 2.780
471 ACCTG 471 ACCOUNTING FRIN 30 15 15 60 3.053
DIVISION TOTAL -639 246 63 2208-- 5.6&7-.
52 300 BUS ECON 300 ENTRPR ECON 201 21 0 382 2.879
3l0 BUS ECON 310 BUS CONOIT 42 0 0 126 2.86
525 BUS ECON 523 ECON REGULATN 2 3 0 9 3.400

4t0f0 -

2 3 0 3 3.300'
i6 27 0 10 3.6704-

349 EO D 349 PRATT MUS METH

41 4 0 41

218 518 ED J 518 ADULT COUNSELING
519 ED J 519 INTRODGUSIDANCE
620 ED J 320 INTROD RERAB
60t ED J 801 GUID VOCAT DEVEL
617 ED J 617 COUNSEI[NG PROC
DIVISION TOTAL

3 O O 6 3.868.a

2 2 0 2 3.300'-
7 0 0 t4 3.371- .

360 ED K 380 HONORS RESEARCH 24 8 0 28 3,814
680 ED K 680 INDI VID RES 4 3 0 I0 4.000
219 690 ED K 690 FIELD EXPERIENCE 3 14 0 4 4.000
' IVIS{ON TOTAL 63 41 O 80 3.686
222 620 EDRM820 ED MODEL COM DEV I 0 0 3 3.700
650 CO M 630 WKSHF CORPI 0EV t 0 0 I 3.700
DIVISION TOTAL 2 0O 0O -4 3.700J
224 301 EDH 301 MIETH SF ED 23 0 0 48 3,836
302 O N 302 FAM COl'i HAND 24 2 0 46 3.382

EO0O4/t TEACH ELEM MATH 61 4 0 118 3.396
EDDO421 TEACHMLATiN 2 8 0 0
ED O 427 ELEM SCM ART 24 10 0 38 3.631

O I1NTL BUS 310 WORLD ECONOMY 94 9 9 96 9.262
.1 INTL BUS 361 INTERNATL ROT to19 e9 0 4e 9.358
I NTL BUS 510 WORLD ECONOMY 1 0 0 4 9SOOG
DI OVI SION TOTAL 54q..-12 3 146 ' 3.2e5

410

460 L H 6 C 430 WRITTEN COMM 25 0 3 72 3.123
460 LHNEB C480 COMNBUSAD 8 0 3 24 3.200
482 L H 6C482 REAL EST LAW 33 3 18 78 2.937
DI OVISION TOTAL ST0 69 63 1396 R.7e7
080 300 FRITO 300 MARKETING MOT t 356 6 21 1041 2.895

BJEWEL DES 1 0 0 4 3.70t

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