Registration for Spring Courses at A&M International Jan. 10 - 11

General Registration for Spring Semester courses at Texas A&M International University will be held at the University on Monday, January 10 from 1 - 7 p.m. and Tuesday, January 11 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

A diverse selection of courses in subjects ranging from Film Literature to Macroeconomics is being offered this Spring Semester. Among the new courses offerings are: ANTH 3304: Language, Culture & Oral Tradition; COMM 3321: Organizational Communication; COMM 4330: Special Issues in Communication-Photojournalism; COMM 4340: Communications Ethics; CRIJ 4330: International Terrorism; ENGL 4328: The Seventeenth Century; ENGL 4333: The Gilded Age; ENGL 4390: Issues in the Teaching of English-ExCET Capstone; GEOG 3353: Political Geography; MUSI 1217: Aural Training II; PADM 5344: Communication for Public Administration; PADM 5378: Human Resources Management in Public Administration; PADM 5380: Principles and Politics of Public Budgeting; PSYC 3315: Psychology of Aging; SPAN 4398: Creative Writing. (Conducted in Spanish); SPAN 5332: Seminar in Spanish American Women Writers; SPAN 5338: The Essay in Latin America; SPAN 5340: Seminar in Mexican Literature; FIN 4390: Strategic Financial Management; BIOL 2415: Microbiology for Allied Health; MATH 4360: General Topology; and EDRD 2300: Introduction to Literacy.

A complete course schedule is available on the University's Home Page, http://www.tamiu.edu.

Spring semester courses at A&M International begin Jan. 12. The last class day is May 1 with final exams scheduled for May 3 - 9.

Late Registration for Spring semester courses will be held from Jan. 12 - 21 in the Office of the Registrar, located in the Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library, Room 168. A late fee of $20 will be assessed to all students registering late.

For more information on A&M International's Spring Registration Jan. 10 - 11, please call the University's Office of the Registrar, 326-2250 or visit offices located in Killam, Room 168.

Additional information on the University may also be secured by email at enroll@tamiu.edu.

Journalists who need additional information or help with media requests and interviews should contact the Office of Public Affairs and Information Services at pais@tamiu.edu