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Courses with Textbooks on Reserve - Fall Term

AACTG 317Intermediate Accounting (15th)
ACTG 321Managerial Accounting (4th)
AMS 350Dispatches A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain Quiet American Passing Time The Things they Carried
ART 367World History of Design: Prehistoric Times to World War I / World History of Design: World War I to World War II
ANTH 210Music of Opposition / Music of Solidarity : Case Studies in the Cultural and Political Uses of Popular Music
BBA 160The Start-Up of You*
BA 302Business Process Management
BA 347International Business: DVD
BA 360Financial Management: Core Concepts (3rd)
BA 370Business Information Systems / Management Information Systems (2nd)
BA 466Strategic Management (12th)
BB 450Biochemistry (7th)
BI 211Campbell Biology (10th)*
BI 311Genetics: Analysis & Principles (4th)
CCH 121Principles of Chemistry: A Molecular Approach (3rd)
CH 231Chemistry: A Molecular Approach (4th)
CH 331Organic Chemistry (7th)
COMM 111The Art of Public Speaking (12th)
COMM 321A First Look at Communication Theory (5th)
COMM 324Organizational Communication: Approaches and Processes (7th)
CS 160The Elements of Computing Systems / Code: The Hidden Language of Hardware and Software
CS 261Data Structures & Algorithms
CS 372Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach (7th)*
CS 461The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering
CS 496Android Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (3rd)
COUN 532Readings for Diversity and Social Justice (3rd) / Advocacy in the Human Sciences
COUN 571Theory and Practice of Group Counseling (8th)
COUN 575Family Theory (7th)
EENGR 390Engineering Economic Analysis (12th)
ENG 317Moby-Dick
ESE 499Control Systems Engineering (7th)*
FFES 341Forest Ecosystems (2nd)
FW 251Essential Readings in Wildlife Management & Conservation
GGEOG 340The Oregon Water Handbook*
HH 100An Introduction to Public Health (5th)
HDFS 201Public and Private Families: An Introduction (7th)* / American Winter (DVD)
HDFS 311Infants and children: Prenatal Through Middle Childhood (8th)
HDFS 312Parenting (2nd) / Parent's Tao Te Ching*
HDFS 341Handbook of Family Theories
HDFS 360Think (3rd)
HDFS 447Ending Global Poverty / Poverty in America (3rd)
HDFS 461Winning Grants Step by Step (4th) / Getting Funded: The Complete Guide to Writing Grant Proposals (6th)*
HHS 231Pearson Custom Library: Health
HM 235Hospitality Law (5th)
HST 202Give Me Liberty! : An American History (5th) / Voices of Freedom, Vol. 1 & 2 (5th)
KKIN 312Social Issues in Sport (2nd) / American Idle
KIN 324Physiology of Sport and Exercise (6th)
KIN 481A Writer's Manual (7th)
MME 311Thermodynamics (8th)*
ME 331Fluid Mechanics (8th)*
MRKT 492Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking*
MTH 103Algebra & Trigonometry with Modeling & Visualization
MTH 111Algebra & Trigonometry with Modeling & Visualization
MTH 251Calculus Early Transcendentals (2nd)
PPH 211Physics for Scientists & Engineers (4th)
PS 201By the People: Debating American Government (3rd)*
PSY 350Experience Human Development (13th)
PSY 433Drugs, Society & Human Behavior (16th)*
SSOIL 205Elements of the Nature & Property of Soils (3rd)*
ST 351Statistics : Unlocking the Power of Data
SUS 102Essential Environment: The Science Behind the Stories (5th)
TTOL 375Rediscovering Dewey / Beyond Learning by Doing : Theoretical Currents in Experiential Education / Theory & Practice of Experiential Education
WWR 121They Say, I Say (3rd)* / Habits of the Creative Mind*
ZZ 477An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North America (4th)

*Textbooks with an asterisk (*) are made available by an OSU Women's Giving Circle grant for textbook lending, in partnership with ASCC and the library. 

Course Reserve Checkout Policies

Checkout periods for course reserves are 3 hours, 1 day, or 2 days at the instructor’s discretion. Hourly circulating items can be checked out overnight if they are checked out within 3 hours of the library’s closing time, and will be due back at opening the following day.

Course reserves are first come, first serve, and can't be recalled or requested. If more copies of a title aren't available, patrons wishing to use the same material more than once in a day must wait 15 minutes between checkouts for 3 hour loans, or 1 day for 1 or 2 day loans to allow others access.