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DRAMA (L15)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)FL2019

L15 Drama 296InternshipVar. Units (max = 3.0)
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
02TBA(None) / Henry I. SchveyNo final000
03TBA(None) / Robert K. HenkeNo final000
04TBA(None) / Carter W. LewisNo final000
05TBA(None) / Paige McGinleyNo final000
06TBA(None) / Jeffery MatthewsNo final000
07TBA(None) / Annamaria PileggiNo final000
08TBA(None) / William WhitakerNo final000
09TBA(None) / Andrea UriceNo final000
10TBA(None) / Ron HimesNo final000
14TBA(None) / Dominique GlarosNo final000
15TBA(None) / Sean SavoieNo final000
16TBA(None) / Robert MorganNo final000
17TBA(None) / Pannill CampNo final000
18TBA(None) / Julia WalkerNo final000


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