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					                                                                                                                       Military Science—Descriptions
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829.        Advanced Microbial Ecology                892.        Seminar                                    102A.       Leadership: Wilderness Survival
Fall of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with     Fall, Spring. 1(1-0) A student may earn a maxi-        Fall. 1(1-1) Not open to students with credit in MS
Crop and Soil Sciences.                               mum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this course.   102B.
Functional roles of microorganisms, their popula-     R: Open only to graduate students in College of        Introduction to wilderness survival including the
tion dynamics and interactions, and their mecha-      Agriculture and Natural Resources, College of          psychology of survival, survival planning, and
nisms of evolutionary change in natural commu-        Engineering, College of Human Medicine, College        survival kits; shelters; water procurement; fire
nities, laboratory experiments, and mathematical      of Natural Science, College of Osteopathic Medi-       craft; field expedient weapons, tools, and equip-
models.                                               cine, or College of Veterinary Medicine.               ment; desert, tropical, and cold weather survival;
                                                      Student review and presentation of selected top-       basic survival medicine; and food procurement.
833.        Microbial Genetics                        ics in microbiology and public health.
Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate students in     SA: MPH 892                                            102B.        Leadership: Wilderness Survival
the Colleges of Human Medicine, Osteopathic                                                                  Spring. 1(1-2) Not open to students with credit in
Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Natural Science,       899.       Master's Thesis Research                    MS 102A.
and Agriculture and Natural Resources.                Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 12 credits. A student       Introduction to wilderness survival including the
Gene structure and function. Genetic regulation       may earn a maximum of 24 credits in all enroll-        psychology of survival, survival planning, and
at classical and molecular levels in prokaryotes      ments for this course. R: Open only to graduate        survival kits; shelters; water procurement; fire
and lower eukaryotes.                                 students in Microbiology and Public Health.            craft ; field expedient weapons, tools, and equip-
SA: MPH 833                                           SA: MPH 899                                            ment; desert, tropical, and cold weather survival;
                                                                                                             basic survival medicine; and food procurement.
                                                      991.       Topics in Microbiology                      SA: MS 102
835.       Eukaryotic Molecular Genetics              Fall, Spring. 1 to 3 credits. A student may earn a
Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Genetics. P:    maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this       201A.        Leadership: The Military Leader
BCH 462, ZOL 341. R: Open only to graduate            course.                                                Fall. 1(1-1) Not open to students with credit in MS
students in the colleges of Agriculture and Natu-     Topics are selected from traditional subdisci-         201B.
ral Resources, Engineering, Human Medicine,           plines such as bacteriology, virology, cell biology,   Introduction to effective leadership. Communica-
Natural Science, Osteopathic Medicine, and Vet-       and immunology or from transecting subdisci-           tions. Value of the United States Army. Respon-
erinary Medicine.                                     plines such as microbial genetics, physiology,         sibilities of military officers and professionalism.
Gene structure and function in animals, plants,       molecular biology and ecology.                         Laboratory includes tactics, marksmanship train-
and fungi. Basic aspects of modern human genet-       SA: MPH 991                                            ing, and military skills.
ics and the genetic basis for disease. Molecular                                                             SA: MS 201
genetic analyses. Eukaryotic modeling systems.        999.       Doctoral Dissertation Research
                                                      Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 12 credits. A student       201B.        Leadership: The Military Leader
841.       Soil Microbiology                          may earn a maximum of 99 credits in all enroll-        Spring. 1(1-2) Not open to students with credit in
Spring of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental        ments for this course. R: Open only to graduate        MS 201A.
with Crop and Soil Sciences. P: MIC 425.              students in Microbiology and Public Health.            Introduction to effective leadership. Communica-
Ecology, physiology, and biochemistry of microor-     SA: MPH 999                                            tions. Value of the United States Army. Respon-
ganisms indigenous to soil.                                                                                  sibilities of military officers and professionalism.
SA: MPH 841                                                                                                  Laboratory includes tactics, marksmanship train-
                                                                                                             ing, and military skills.
                                                                                                             SA: MS 201
851.        Immunology
Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate                                                           202A.       Introduction to Land Navigation
students in the Colleges of Human Medicine,                                                                              and Tactics
Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Natu-                                                             Fall. 1(1-1) Not open to students with credit in MS
ral Science, and Agriculture and Natural Re-                                                                 202B.
sources.                                                                                                     Introduction to land navigation using military
Functional aspects of immune responses; synthe-                                                              maps and lensatic compass. Planning routes
sis, structure, and function of effector molecules;                                                          using azimuth and distance. Determining loca-
cell-cell interactions; current advances and re-                                                             tion by terrain association and other methods.
search techniques.                                    MILITARY SCIENCE                              MS       Introduction to infantry defensive and reconnais-
SA: MPH 851                                                                                                  sance operations.
                                                                                                             SA: MS 202
                                                      Department of Military Science
855.        Molecular Evolution: Principles           Office of the Provost                                  202B.      Introduction to Land Navigation
            and Techniques                                                                                              and Tactics
Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with                                                             Spring. 1(1-2) Not open to students with credit in
Zoology; and Botany and Plant Pathology. Ad-          101A.       Leadership: The Military                   MS 202A.
ministered by Zoology. RB: (ZOL 341 Or ZOL                        Profession                                 Introduction to land navigation using military
445)                                                  Fall. 1(1-1) Not open to students with credit in MS    maps and lensatic compass. Planning routes
Current techniques used to characterize and           101B.                                                  using azimuth and distance. Determining loca-
compare genes and genomes. Types of genetic           Introduction to military leadership and funda-         tion by terrain association and other methods.
variation, assays of variation. Emphasis on data      mental concepts of leadership. Application of          Introduction to infantry defensive and reconnais-
analysis, and computer use to conduct a phyloge-      leadership doctrine. The role of the U.S. Army,        sance operations.
netic analysis to compare organisms and infer         Army Reserves, and National Guard. Leadership          SA: MS 202
relationships.                                        laboratory introduces basic military skills.
                                                      SA: MS 101                                             301.        Leading Small Organizations
890.       Special Problems in Microbiology                                                                  Fall. 3(3-2) P: (MS 101A or MS 101B) and (MS
Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A student       101B.      Leadership: The Military                    102A or concurrently or MS 102B or concurrently)
may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enroll-                   Profession                                  and (MS 201A or concurrently or MS 201B or
ments for this course. R: Open only to graduate       Spring. 1(1-2) Not open to students with credit in     concurrently) and (MS 202A or concurrently or
students in the Colleges of Human Medicine,           MS 101A.                                               MS 202B or concurrently) Completion of basic
Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Natu-      Introduction to military leadership and funda-         camp or boot camp. Must meet U.S. Army con-
ral Science, and Agriculture and Natural Re-          mental concepts of leadership. Application of          tracting requirements.
sources. Approval of department.                      leadership doctrine. The role of the U.S. Army,        Skills required for military officers: communica-
Individualized laboratory or library research.        Army Reserves, and National Guard. Leadership          tion, team building, delegating tasks, supervision,
SA: MPH 890                                           laboratory introduces basic military skills.           ethics, and physical fitness. Leading small units.
                                                      SA: MS 101                                             Participation in physical fitness is required.



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302.        Leadership: Small Unit Tactics             116.       Campus Band                              126.        State Singers
Spring. 3(3-2) P: (MS 301)                             Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a maxi-     Fall, Spring. 1(0-4) A student may earn a maxi-
Basic military tactics and the military communi-       mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this
cation/orders process focusing on small units.         course.                                             course. R: Audition required.
Application of lessons learned from leadership         Rehearsal and performance of broad range of         Mixed choir performing music from all periods.
case studies to practical exercises of leadership.     band literature chosen from baroque period to the
Delegation of tasks and supervision of subordi-        present.                                            127.        University Chorale
nates in a stressful environment.                                                                          Fall, Spring. 1(0-4) A student may earn a maxi-
                                                       117.        Concert Band                            mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this
401.        Leadership: Training                       Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a maxi-     course. R: Audition required.
            Management, Counseling,                    mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       Mixed chamber choir for experienced singers
            and Unit Management                        course. R: Audition required.                       performing representative literature from all
Fall. 3(3-2) P: (MS 302)                               Rehearsal and performance of broad range of         periods.
Army training philosophy. The lieutenant's role        wind literature from various historical periods
in training management, personnel administra-          and styles.                                         129.        Percussion Ensemble
tion, and logistics. Practical exercises in counsel-                                                       Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a maxi-
ing and training presentations. Practical applica-     118.        Wind Symphony                           mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this
tion of leadership development doctrine. Labora-       Fall, Spring. 1(0-6) A student may earn a maxi-     course. R: Audition required.
tory includes practical experience in unit admini-     mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       Rehearsal and performance of representative
stration and training management.                      course. R: Audition required.                       works for percussion and mallet ensembles.
                                                       Rehearsal and performance of broad range of
402.       Military Law, Ethics and                    wind literature from various periods and styles.    130.        Jazz Band
           Professionalism                                                                                 Fall, Spring. 1(0-4) A student may earn a maxi-
Spring. 3(3-2) P: (MS 401)                             119.        Symphony Band                           mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this
Introduction of the military legal system and the      Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a maxi-     course. R: Audition required.
Law of War. The basis of the military profession       mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       Rehearsal and performance in large jazz ensem-
and the importance of ethical development to the       course. R: Audition required                        ble. Literature from classic bands of Ellington
profession of arms. Development of subordinates.       Rehearsal and performance of broad range of         and Basie to contemporary composers.
Laboratory includes practical exercises in profes-     wind and percussion literature.
sional development and leadership opportunties.                                                            131.        Jazz Combo
                                                       120.        Symphony Orchestra                      Fall, Spring. 1(1-2) A student may earn a maxi-
490.       Independent Study in Military               Fall, Spring. 1(0-6) A student may earn a maxi-     mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this
           Science                                     mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       course. R: Audition required.
Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a     course. R: Audition required.                       Rehearsal and performance in small jazz ensem-
maximum of 4 credits in all enrollments for this       Rehearsal and performance of symphonic and          bles. Literature from all historical periods of jazz.
course. R: Open only to juniors or seniors. Ap-        operatic repertoire.
proval of department.                                                                                      141.       Class Instruction in Piano I
Individual research in areas related to military       122.        Campus Orchestra                        Fall, Spring. 1(1-1) R: Open only to students in
science.                                               Fall, Spring. 1(0-2) A student may earn a maxi-     the School of Music.
                                                       mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       Use of the piano as a teaching tool.
                                                       course.
                                                       Rehearsal and performance of symphonic and          142.       Class Instruction in Piano II
                                                       concert literature written for large orchestra,     Spring. 1(1-1) P: (MUS 141) R: Open only to stu-
                                                       conducted by staff conductors under the supervi-    dents in the School of Music.
MUSIC                                       MUS        sion of faculty.                                    Use of the piano as a teaching tool.

                                                       123.        Collegiate Choir                        143.       Class Instruction in Voice I:
School of Music                                        Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a maxi-                Music Majors
College of Arts and Letters                            mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       Fall. 1(1-1) C: MUS 151 concurrently.R: Open
                                                       course. R: Audition required.                       only to students in the School of Music with an
                                                       Rehearsal and performance of representative         emphasis in voice.
112.        Chamber Music                              literature for mixed choir with emphasis on ren-    English lyric diction. Rules or pronunciation.
Fall, Spring. 1(0-2) A student may earn a maxi-        aissance, baroque, classical, romantic, and con-    Performance of English language songs in class.
mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this          temporary composers.
course. R: Audition required.                                                                              144.        Class Instruction in Voice II:
Rehearsal and performance of broad range of            124.        Choral Union                                        Music Majors
chamber music literature.                              Fall, Spring. 1(0-2) A student may earn a maxi-     Spring. 1(1-1) P: (MUS 143) R: Open only to stu-
                                                       mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this       dents in the School of Music with an emphasis in
114.        Marching Band                              course. R: Audition required.                       voice.
Fall. 1(0-9) A student may earn a maximum of 6         University and community chorus. One evening        Italian lyric diction. Rules of pronunciation. Per-
credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Audi-   rehearsal per week, culminating in performance      formance of Italian language songs in class.
tion required.                                         of a major work with orchestra.
Rehearsal and performance of broad range of                                                                145.        Class Instruction in Voice I
marching band literature at football games.                                                                Fall. 1(1-1) R: Not open to students in the School
                                                       125.        Glee Club, Men and Women                of Music with an emphasis in voice.
115.        Spartan Brass                              Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a maxi-     Rules of pronunciation. Vocal techniques.
Spring. 1(0-2) A student may earn a maximum of         mum of 10 credits in all enrollments for this
6 credits in all enrollments for this course. R:       course.                                             146.       Class Instruction in Voice II
Audition required.                                     Rehearsal and performance of broad range of         Spring. 1(1-1) P: (MUS 145) R: Not open to stu-
Rehearsal and performance of broad range of            choral literature chosen from medieval period to    dents in the School of Music with an emphasis in
brass literature at basketball and hockey games.       the present.                                        voice.
                                                                                                           Vocal techniques and exploration of vocal litera-
                                                                                                           ture.




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