Classroom Visitation

Welcome to the University at Albany! To enhance your visit to the University the instructors of the following courses have agreed to allow a limited number of visitors to their classes. We encourage you to take advantage of this offer

When visiting a class, please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the start of class, introduce yourself to the instructor, sit where the instructor indicates, and stay until the class ends.

Please note that all University classes are suspended on March 16 through March 20. The last day of classes is May 6. Additional days when visitors cannot be accommodated are listed next to each class. It should be noted that instructors may cancel class or change testing dates at any time. The list will be updated whenever possible.

If you would like to register for a classroom visit or have any questions, please contact April Mead in the Undergraduate Admissions Office at (518) 442-5435 or campusvisit@albany.edu.

Spring 2015 Classroom Visitation Schedule

Date/Time

Class

Professor

Location

No Visit Dates

MW

5:45-7:05pm

RPOS 101

American Politics

W. Nishiyama

ES 241

 

TTH

4:15-5:35pm

AANT 133

Ancient History of Near East & Aegean

A. Commito

BA 216

February 5, February 26 & April 9

MWF

9:20-10:15am

ABIO 217

Cell Biology

M. Larsen

LC 2

February 11, February 13, March 9, March 11, March 13, April 15, April 17 & May 6

TTH

1:15-2:35pm

ICSI 105

Computing & Information

G. Crispieri

HU 20

 

MWF

11:30am-12:25pm

APHY 100

Contemporary Astronomy

M. Szydagis

PH 225

Februay 13, March 6, March 9, April 15, May 4 & May 6

TTH

10:15am-11:35am

BACC 222

Cost Accounting Systems for Managerial Decisions

M. Lester

LC 7

February 19, February 24, March 26, March 31 & May 5

TTH

8:45-10:05am

BACC 211

Financial Accounting

G. Fernando

LC 18

 

MW

2:45-4:05pm

AJRL 100

Foundations of Journalism

R. Armao

LC 21

 

MWF

1:40-2:35pm

ACHM 120

General Chem 1

P. Toscano

LC 7

February 9, March 4, April 1 & April 17

MW

2:45-4:05pm

IINF 100X

Information in 21st Century

J. Muckell

LC 25

April 15-16

TTH

4:15-5:35pm

IINF 100X

Information in 21st Century

J. Muckell

LC 25

April 15-16

MW

5:45-7:05pm

IINF 100X

Information in 21st Century

J. Jacob

LC 18

 

M

2:45-5:35pm

AAFS 219

Intro Afro Afro-Amer History

I. Kendi

LC 24

 

MW

5:45-6:40pm

RCRJ 201

Intro to Crim Justice Process

D. McCarty

LC 18

February 11 & March 23

TH

5:45-8:35pm

AEAS 140

Intro East Asian Cinema

J. Hargett

ES 147

 

TTH

8:45-10:05am

ABIO 212Y

Introductory Genetics

P. Rangan

LC 19

February 24, April 2 & April 30

TTH

5:45-7:05pm

AGOG 102

Intro to Human Geography

E. Egetemeyr

BA 233

 

MW

2:45-4:05pm

RCRJ 202

Intro Law and Criminal Justice

J. Acker

LC 7

February 23 & April 1

MW

7:15-8:35pm

AMUS 100

Intro to Music

E. Burns

PAC 78

 

TTH

4:15-5:35pm

AUSP 201

Intro Urban Planning

R. Ferraro

LC 22

February 24 & April 2

TTH

8:45-10:05am

AGLO 103

Perspectives on Globalization

J. Quevedo

ES 245

 

TTH

11:45am-1:05pm

AECO 110

Prin Eco 1: Microeconomics

P. Chatterji

LC 2

February 24 & March 26

MWF

12:35-1:30pm

AECO 111

Prin Eco 2: Macroeconomics

J. Heim

LC 18

 

MWF

1:40-2:35pm

AECO 111

Prin Eco 2: Macroeconomics

J. Heim

LC 18

 

MW

4:15-5:35pm

AARH 209

Roman Archaeology

M. Werner

FA 126

 

MW

4:15-5:35pm

AARH 171

Survey of Art Western World 2

E. Strum

LC 6

January 26, February 25 & April 8

MW

2:45-4:05pm

AARH 171

Survey of Art Western World 2

E. Strum

LC 6

January 26, February 25 & April 8