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Course Number Course Title
AFRC 002 601 Intro to Sociology
AFRC 570 640 MLA Proseminar: Science Fiction and Octavia Butler
ANAT 513 601 Human Anatomy: Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
ANAT 514 601 Human Anatomy: Digestive System
ANAT 515 601 Human Anatomy: Musculoskeletal System
ANAT 516 601 Human Anatomy: Endocrine and Reproductive Systems
ANAT 517 601 Anatomy of the Head and Neck: Cranial Nerves and Their Distribution
ANAT 518 601 Brain and Spinal Cord: Longitudinal Neural Pathways
ANAT 519 601 Brain and Spinal Cord: Motor and Sensory Functional Systems
ANTH 002 601 Anthropology, Race, and the Making of the Modern World
ANTH 0030 601 Introduction to Human Evolution
ANTH 273 601 Global Health: Anthropological Perspectives
ARTH 572 640 MLA Seminar in Visual Studies: Medusa and the Power of Vision
ASLD 073 680 American Sign Language III/ASLD 073
BDS 501 675 Behavioral Science: Theory and Application of Experimental Methods
BDS 503 675 Behavioral Public Policy
BDS 512 675 Power, Persuasion and Influence
BDS 516 675 Data Science and Quantitative Modeling
BDS 521 675 Judgments & Decisions
BDS 585 675 Consulting in Behavioral Science
BDS 588 675 Special Topics in Behavioral & Decision Sciences
BDS 599 675 Behavioral Science Individual Capstone
BDS 990 675 Master's Continuation
BIBB 109 601 Intro to Brain & Behav
BIBB 109 602 Laboratory
BIBB 109 603 Laboratory
BIBB 420 601 Smell and Taste
BIBB 430 601 Neuro Basis of Autism
BIOL 102 601 Intro Biology B
BIOL 102 602 Laboratory
BIOL 102 603 Laboratory
BIOL 203 601 Essentials of Biochem
BIOL 211 601 Essentials of Molec. Biol. & Genetics
BIOL 275 601 Elements of Microbiology
BIOL 275 602 Laboratory
BIOL 275 603 Laboratory
BIOL 304 601 Infectious Disease Bio
BIOL 306 601 Histology
BIOL 313 601 Pathophysiology
BIOL 354 601 Developmental Biology
BIOL 404 601 Immunobiology
BIOL 407 601 Cancer Cell Biology
BIOL 480 601 Advanced Cell Biology
CHEM 054 601 Lecture
CHEM 054 602 Gen Chem Lab II
CHEM 102 601 General Chemistry II
CHEM 242 601 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 248 601 Experimental Organic Chemistry B
CHEM 248 602 Expermntl Organic Chem B
CHIC 0493 680 Intermediate Chichewa II
COML 558 640 MLA Proseminar: Queer Shakespeare
DYNM 5010 001 Perspectives on Organizational Dynamics
DYNM 558 001 Social Media and the Organization
DYNM 6030 001 Creative Adaptive Space in Response to Complex Challenge
DYNM 6160 001 Myths to Media: Stories on a Mission
DYNM 6190 001 Organizational Project Management
DYNM 6190 002 Organizational Project Management
DYNM 6200 001 The Art & Science of Understanding Paradox in Organizations
DYNM 6300 001 Digital Business Transformation: A Process-led Approach to Fast Results at Minimal Risk
DYNM 6320 001 Developing the Agile Leader and Their Organization
DYNM 6430 001 Effective Public Presentations in Organizations
DYNM 6460 001 Race, Ethnicity and the American Workplace
DYNM 6470 002 Influence and Persuasion
DYNM 651 001 Understanding the Overt & Covert Dynamics That Support Effective Work
DYNM 654 001 Crisis Communications and Reputation Risk
DYNM 657 001 Business Strategies for Engaging with Government
DYNM 6610 001 Organizational Culture Change: Theory and Practice
DYNM 6770 001 Post-Disruptive Growth: Scaling and Growing for Individuals and Systems
DYNM 7050 001 Capstone Project
DYNM 899 001 Mphil Capstone
DYNM 990 001 Master's Continuation
ECON 002 601 INTRO MACROECONOMICS
ENGL 507 640 Writing for Young Readers
ENGL 514 640 Writing Experiments
ENGL 538 640 MLA Proseminar: Queer Shakespeare
ENGL 570 640 MLA Proseminar: Science Fiction and Octavia Butler
ENGL 581 640 Learning from James Baldwin (1924-1987)
ENVS 606 660 Studying Ornithological Principles & Behaviors to Indicate Ecosystem Health
ENVS 616 660 Risk Assessment: Science & Policy Challenges
ENVS 629 660 The US Water Industry in the 21st Century

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If sections are closed, students will not be able to register. If the course appears open, but you are told you cannot register, no permits will be granted as the remaining seats have been reserved for LPS students. Please check the course’s crosslisting to see if a seat might be available in another section. If you have further questions please contact: lps@sas.upenn.edu.

Spring 2022 Course Registration and Permit Queries

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(updated 01/13/22)

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