Spring 2014 Listing of Suggested Classes
for MALAS Graduate Students*

(*and for other lurking undergraduate and graduate students at SDSU looking for a shortlist of dynamic professors/courses)


By no means do these assembled listings exhaust the list of amazing classes and seminars you can explore at SDSU. Just write me, Bill Nericcio, MALAS Director, at memo@sdsu.edu, with any questions or suggestions for additions to these listed courses; clicking any of the listings below instantly teleports you to SDSU's official course catalogue. Note that while the choices below are wide-ranging and extensive, it is still highly recommended that MALAS graduate students sign up for MALAS-branded graduate student courses first and then round out their schedule with delightful gleanings from other departments--the more graduate students we have in our MALAS seminars, the more courses/varienty we can offer in the future. Note that some courses below, specifically tagged, necessitate special procedures in order for them to count as viable coursework for your Masters degree; also, it is a good idea to email professors in degree programs that have numerous pre-requisites listed--best to be safe than sorry.
(Do note that the SDSU Schedule is always in flux; some of the courses listed below may change their days and times--do let me know of any adjustments that need to be made.)

If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!

If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!


If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!
If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one! This special experimental class is based on these previous classes: Robotic Erotic Electric and Technosexualities


If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!
new! highly recommended!