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ENGLISH

EGL 102 0G1 - Composition II (10658)*
MW Des Plaines 2527
Instructor: Jane Lucas

EGL 102 G19 -Non-Native Speakers Composition II (10117)*
TR Skokie C212
Instructor: Deborah Albano

EGL 113 0G1 - Intro to Drama  (11452)*
R  Des Plaines 2834
Instructor: Joseph Page

EGL 115 0G1 - Intro to Fiction (10525)*
MW Skokie C212
Instructor: Deborah Albano

EGL 115 0G2 - Intro to Fiction (10428)*
MW Des Plaines 2848
Instructor: Brian Ogrodowski

EGL 117 0G1 - Intro to Poetry (11708)*
TR Skokie C120
Instructor: Daniel Godston

EGL 117 0G2 - Intro to Poetry (11707)*
MW Des Plaines 2537
Instructor: Brent Mix

EGL 129 0G1 Introduction to Literature (10574)*
TR Des Plaines 2848
Instructor: Andrew Kelley

EGL 129 0G2 Introduction to Literature (11072)*
TR Skokie C211
Instructor: Michael Mauritzen

EGL 225 G50 Women and Literature: Latin American Women Writers (12198)*
W Des Plaines 2549
Instructor: Marguerite Solari

EGL 230 0G1 Non-Western Literature in English (11732)*
MW Des Plaines 2153
Instructor: Donovan Braud

EGL 232 0G1 British Literature II (from 1800 to the Present) (12202)*
TR Des Plaines 2527
Instructor: Helen Ward Page

EGL 235 0G1 Studies in Shakespeare (12228)*
MW Des Plaines 2549
Instructor: Donovan Braud

HUMANITIES

HUM 127 0G1 Introduction to Philosophy (10180)*
TR Des Plaines 2834
Instructor: TBA

HUM 127 0G2 Introduction to Philosophy (10008)*
TR Des Plaines 2549
Instructor: TBA

HUM 127 0G3 Introduction to Philosophy (11462)*
MW Des Plaines 1457
Instructor: TBA

HUM 127 0G4 Introduction to Philosophy (10713)*
TR Skokie C211
Instructor: Matthew Klinsky

HUM 127 0G5 Introduction to Philosophy (10047)*
MW Skokie C211
Instructor: Vincent Samar

HUM 127 0G6 Introduction to Philosophy (10161)*
MW Des Plaines 2848
Instructor: Edward Mogul

HUM 127 G52 Introduction to Philosophy (11175)*
R Skokie P250
Instructor: Jonathan Benson

HUM 127 GW1 Introduction to Philosophy (11717)*
S Skokie C231
Instructor: Thomas Young

HUM 142 0G4 Women and Creativity (12144)*
TR Des Plaines 2609
Instructor: Kathleen Carot

PHILOSOPHY

PHL 106 0G1 Ethics (10557)*
MW Des Plaines 3619
Instructor: Peter Hudis

PHL 106 0G2 Ethics (10698)*
MW Des Plaines
Instructor: TBA

PHL 106 0G3 Ethics (10045)*
TR Des Plaines 2545
Instructor: TBA

PHL 106 0G4 Ethics (10544)*
TR Skokie C211
Instructor: Carlos Briones

PHL 106 0G5 Ethics (10604)*
TR Des Plaines 3619
Instructor: Eduardo Frajman

PHL 106 0G6 Ethics (11142)*
MW Des Plaines 2547
Instructor: Eduardo Frajman

PHL 106 0G7 Ethics (10385)*
MW Skokie B203
Instructor: Vincent Samar

PHL 106 WG1 Ethics (11070)*
MTWR Des Plaines 3615
Instructor: TBA

PHL 205 0G3 World Religions (11290)*
MW Skokie C211
Instructor: TBA

PHL 230 0G1 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (11685)*
MW Des Plaines 2113
Instructor: Syed Mohamed Mehdi

PHL 231 0G1 Modern and Contemporary Philosophy (10603)*
TR Des Plaines 2609
Instructor: Peter Hudis

PHL 245 0G1 Foundational Religious Texts (12143)*
MW Skokie C140
Instructor: Herbert Bronstein

PHL 245 0G2 Foundational Religious Texts (12132)*
TR Des Plaines 2812
Instructor: Mark Samberg



*Course reference number, required for registration.

For more information, contact Associate Professor of English, Donovan Braud at 847.376.7026 or dbraud@oakton.edu.

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IMPORTANT DATES


June 8
Summer 2015 eight-week session begins.

June 8
Three-week first summer interim faculty grading due.

June 15
Summer 2015 seven-week session classes begin.

June 15
Four-week first summer interim faculty grading due.

June 18
Last day to submit proof of residency, business service agreements and chargebacks/joint agreements.

June 25
Last day to change to Audit.

June 25
Last day to drop and have course dropped from record.

July 2
Last day for filing Graduation Petitions.

July 4
Independence Day holiday College closed.

July 6
Independence Day holiday observance, no classes. College open.

July 7
ast day to withdraw with a "W" (no withdrawals after mid-term). Students will receive a grade in all courses in which they are enrolled after July 7.

Full Academic Calendar