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									Descriptions—Religious Studies
of
Courses

357.        Religion and Society in Bali              420.       New Testament                               491.        Special Topics in Religious
Fall of even years. 4(4-0) R: Not open to freshmen.   Spring. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sopho-                   Studies
The nature of Balinese religion. Temple and life-     mores.                                                 Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maxi-
cycle ceremonies. Death and reincarnation. An-        The historical setting and types and meaning of        mum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this
cestral temples. Trance and curing.                   the text of the New Testament explored through         course. R: Approval of department.
                                                      various techniques of historical, literary, and        Special topics supplementing regular course
360.       African Religion: An Introduction          textual analysis.                                      offerings, proposed by faculty on a group study
Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Not open to fresh-                                                            basis.
men                                                   431.       Muhammad and the Qur'an
Variant forms of the religions of Africa. Indige-     Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Not open to fresh-      499.        Senior Thesis Research (W)
nous African religions examined through their         men or sophomores.                                     Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a
mythology, rituals, symbols, and social conse-        Life and contributions of the Prophet Muham-           maximum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this
quences. Islam and Christianity. Interaction          mad. The Qur'an as a historical source. Origin,        course. P: Completion of Tier I writing require-
between religion and politics.                        compilation, contents, and arrangements of the         ment. R: Approval of department.
                                                      Qur'an. Forms of the Qur'an: recitation, scripture,    Individual research project supervised by a fac-
410.         Hebrew Bible                             calligraphy, theological concept.                      ulty member that demonstrates the student's
Fall. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sopho-                                                               ability to do independent research and submit or
mores.                                                440.        Topics in South Asian                      present a major paper.
The historical setting and types and meaning of                   Religions (MTC)
the text of the Hebrew Bible (Christian Old Tes-      Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of         890.        Independent Study
tament) explored through various techniques of        6 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Not   Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a
historical, literary, and textual analysis.           open to freshmen or sophomores.                        maximum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this
                                                      Topics such as Hindu tantric mysticism or Bud-         course. R: Approval of department.
411.       Modern Jewish Thought                      dhist philosophical schools.                           Special projects, directed reading, and research
Spring of even years. 3(3-0) R: Not open to fresh-                                                           arranged by an individual graduate student and
men or sophomores.                                    470.       Religious and Secular                       a faculty member in areas supplementing regular
Representative Jewish thought from the Enlight-                  Cosmologies                                 course offerings.
enment to the present. Authors such as Moses          Fall. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sopho-
Mendelssohn, Abraham Geiger, Leo Pinsker,             mores.
Hermann Cohen, Franz Rosenzweig, Ahad Ha-             Cosmological contents of religions. Religious
Am, Martin Buber, Mordecai Kaplan, A. I.              questions
Heschel, and Emil Fackenheim.                         raised by secular cosmologies. Perspectives from       RESOURCE
                                                      phenomenology and anthropology of religion.
418.        Studies in Ancient Near Eastern                                                                  DEVELOPMENT                                 RD
            Religions (MTC)                           471.        The Ritual Process
Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maxi-       Spring. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sopho-       Department of Resource
mum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this         mores                                                      Development
course. R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.        Definitions of ritual. Aspects of ritual, such as
Interdisciplinary study of specific topics in the     repetitiveness and drama. Generic forms of ritual
                                                                                                             College of Agriculture and
religious thought of the Near East and Mediter-       including passage rites, renewal rites, liminality,        Natural Resources
ranean between 3000 BCE and 700 CE.                   sacrifice, taboo, and divination. Experience of
                                                      ritual and its power to inform and transform the
418A.      The Political Context of the               participant.                                           200.       Issues and Applications in
           Development of the Hebrew                                                                                    Resource Development
           Scriptures                                                                                        Fall, Spring. 3(3-0)
3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.         475.        Anthropological Approaches to              Interdisciplinary problem solving.    Environ-
Religious and political controversy in Israel from                Religion                                   mental and community development choices.
1250 BCE to 300 BCE and its effects on the for-       Fall. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sopho-         Gender and environmental assessments. Miner-
mation of the Hebrew Scriptures.                      mores.                                                 als and laws.
                                                      Religion and language as distinguishing human
418B.      Apocryphal and Pseudepigraphal             traits. The capacity to create symbols and the         201.       Environmental and Natural
           Literature of Ancient Israel               power of symbols. Early explanations of the ori-                  Resources
3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.         gins of religion. Later functional appreciations of    Fall, Spring. 3(3-0)
Intellectual, literary, and cultural texts written    religion based on field studies. Leading theorists     Physical, economic, and institutional aspects of
between 300 BCE and 200 CE as they show the           from different schools of religious studies.           natural resource and environmental policy. US
relationship between the Hebrew Scriptures and                                                               doctrines for land, water, mineral, and environ-
the New Testament.                                                                                           mental resource management.
                                                      480.       Comparative Studies in
418C.      Early Christianity and Formative                      Religion (MTC)                              206.       Natural Resource Data Analysis
           Judaism                                    Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maxi-        Spring. 3(2-2) . Interdepartmental with Forestry.
Fall of even years. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen    mum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this course.   Administered by Forestry. P: CSE 101 or CSE 131
or sophomores.                                        R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.                 or approval of department.
History, literature, and archaeology of ancient       Multidisciplinary topics such as patterns in com-      Quantitative analysis of natural resource data.
Palestine and the world of late classical antiquity   parative religion, comparative mysticism, or           Modeling and display of biophysical and socio-
as they relate to the formation of early Christian-   comparative mythology.                                 economic data related to natural resource sys-
ity and Judaism.                                                                                             tems.
                                                                                                             SA: FOR 207
418D.      Communication Theory and                   490.        Independent Study
           Practice in the Ancient Near East          Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a     207.        Great Lakes: Biology
Spring of even years. 3(3-0) R: Not open to fresh-    maximum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this                  and Management
men or sophomores.                                    course. R: Approval of department.                     Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Fisheries and
The structures and institutions of communication      Special projects arranged by an individual stu-        Wildlife. Administered by Fisheries and Wildlife.
between gods and humans as they were under-           dent and a faculty member in areas supplement-         Living aquatic resources of the Great Lakes:
stood in the Near East between 3000 BCE and           ing regular course offerings.                          environmental history, biological resources and
700 CE.                                                                                                      their management. Policy issues.




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                                                                                                           Resource Development—Descriptions
                                                                                                                                          of
                                                                                                                                    Courses

211.       Introduction to Gender and                320.        Resource Management and                  430.        Law and Resources
           Environmental Issues                                  Planning                                 Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Forestry; and
Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Fisheries      Fall. 3(3-0) P: RD 200; ZOL 355.                     Public Resource Management. P: RD 200; EC 201
and Wildlife; Forestry; Public Resource Manage-      Concepts, principles, and objectives of manage-      or GBL 395.
ment; and Women's Studies. Administered by           ment and planning. Population dynamics, re-          Legal principles applied to natural resource use.
Fisheries and Wildlife. R: Not open to freshmen.     source demand, and impact and suitability as-        Sovereignty, property rights, land and water use,
The concept of gender. Overview of environment       sessment for sustainable development.                jurisdiction, public trust doctrine, fish and game
and habitat. Historical gender roles in environ-                                                          law, mineral rights, and eminent domain. Case
mental management. Gender-based theoretical          324.         Water Resource Development              and statutory law analysis.
perspectives. Case studies on developing and         Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 200
developed countries. Environmental management        Interface between the hydrologic cycle and hu-       433.        Law and Social Change
with emphasis on fisheries, wildlife and wetlands.   man factors, and resulting environmental conse-      Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Public
Women environmental professionals.                   quences. Economic, administrative, policy, and       Resource Management; and Sociology. P: GBL
                                                     political factors.                                   395. R: Not open to freshmen.
300.       Environmental Communication                                                                    Function of law in a modern society. Concepts of
           and Conflict Management (W)               326.        Introduction to Waste                    power, public regulation, civil rights, and prop-
Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 200, ZOL 355 R: Open                  Management                               erty rights. Limits on freedom.
only to juniors or seniors in the Public Resource    Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Fisheries and
Management or Environmental Studies and Ap-          Wildlife. P: RD 200, RD 320.                         440.       The Resource Development Policy
plications major. Completion of Tier I writing       Waste management definitions, techniques, tech-                 Process in Michigan
requirement.                                         nologies, and strategies. Integrative approach to    Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Public
Environmental risk communications. Mitigation        waste management as an environmental, social,        Resource Management. P: RD 200; PRM 201 or
and public forum management.                         and political subject.                               PLS 100 or PLS 301 or PLS 324.
SA: AEE 310, RD 310                                                                                       Public policy formation related to environmental
                                                     336.       State Environmental Law                   and economic development issues at state and
301.       Federal and State Environmental           Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 200, RD 320.                    community levels. Observation and analysis of
           Policy                                    State-level legal and regulatory management of       actual proceedings. Field trips required.
Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 200 R: Open only to       environmental issues. Environmental site as-
sophomores or juniors or seniors in the Public       sessment and auditing. Regulatory compliance.        442.        Concepts of Biological
Resource Management or Environmental Studies         Permit process. Right-to-know. Land and water                    Information Systems
and Applications major.                              use regulation.                                      Spring. 3 credits. Interdepartmental with Ento-
Federal and state environmental policies and                                                              mology. Administered by Entomology. R: Open
processes. Resource conservation and emergency       374.        Leadership Skills for Resource           only to seniors and graduate students.
planning. Federal resource laws and regulations.                 Development Practice                     Systems approach to managing biological infor-
                                                     Fall. 3(3-0) P: RD 200.                              mation using computer technology.
302.        Natural Resource Issues                  Concepts and techniques for resource develop-
Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 200; EC 201 or 202 R:     ment practitioners.                                  444.        Pesticides, People and Politics
Open only to sophomores or juniors or seniors in                                                          Fall. 3(3-0) P: Completion of Tier I writing re-
the Public Resource Management or Environ-           409.       Forest Hydrology                          quirement. One course in a biological or physical
mental Studies and Applications major.               Spring. 3(2-2) Interdepartmental with Forestry;      or social science.
Analytical frameworks and concepts in resource       and Crop and Soil Sciences. Administered by          Comparative state, national, and international
development and use. Property rights. Market         Forestry. P: CSS 210, MTH 116 R: Not open to         policy issues and politics related to pesticide
and non-market allocations. Stakeholder perspec-     freshmen or sophomores.                              regulations and use in industrialized and non-
tives. Role of scholar-practitioner.                 Science and technology of the hydrologic cycle       industrialized countries.
                                                     and water resources in forest, wildland, wetland,
313.        Grantwriting and Fund                    and rural watersheds.                                446.        Environmental Issues and Public
            Development                                                                                               Policy
Fall. 3(3-0) P: RD 200                               415.        Introduction to Impact                   Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Zoology.
Theoretical and practical background for proposal                Assessment                               Administered by Zoology. R: Not open to freshmen
writing. Program and strategic planning. Fund-       Fall. 4(3-2) P: RD 200, STT 200, ZOL 355.            or sophomores.
raising and institutional advancement.               Environmental, social, and economic impact           The interrelationship of science and public policy
                                                     assessment. Risk analysis, technology assess-        in resolving environmental issues. Technical,
314.        Environmental Assessment of              ment, project management, and data collection        social, economic, and legal influences. Case study
            Land Uses                                and use.                                             approach.
Fall. 3(3-0) P: RD 200
Environmental issues related to land-use. Envi-      419.         Applications of Geographic              460.       Resource and Environmental
ronmental assessment for land-use decisions.                      Information Systems to Natural                     Economics
Data acquisition and processing techniques.                       Resources Management                    Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Public
Spatial analysis methods.                            Spring. 4(2-4) Interdepartmental with Fisheries      Resource Management; Park, Recreation and
                                                     and Wildlife; Forestry; Geography; Park, Recrea-     Tourism Resources; and Biosystems Engineering.
315.        Applications of Survey Research          tion and Tourism Resources; and Biosystems           P: RD 200; EC 201 or EC 202 or PRM 201 or RD
Fall. 3(3-0) P: RD 200; STT 200.                     Engineering. Administered by Fisheries and Wild-     302.
Design and use of survey procedures in organiza-     life. P: (GEO 221)                                   Economics of land and related environmental
tional, community and research settings.             The application of geographic information sys-       resources. Production and consumption processes.
                                                     tems, remote sensing, and global positioning         Resource allocations and scarcity. Market failure
316.       Land Use and Natural Resource             systems to integrated planning and management        and externalities. Market and institutional re-
           Management                                for fish, wildlife, and related resources.           medial approaches.
Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 200; EC 201 or EC 202
Natural resource and community issues associ-        426.        Waste Management Planning                461.       Regional Economics
ated with changes in land use. Adaptive planning     Fall. 3(2-2) P: RD 200, RD 326.                      Fall. 4(3-2) Interdepartmental with Economics;
and decision making for land use and natural         Assessment of procedures and techniques. Alter-      Public Resource Management. P: RD 200; EC 201
resource management. Environmental and eco-          native solutions are explored through simulation.    or RD 460. R: Not open to freshmen or sopho-
nomic analysis. Consensus building and               Technological and public policy issues explored by   mores.
conflict management.                                 using a computer model. Design of implementa-        Location decisions of firms and households. Rele-
                                                     tion strategies.                                     vant government policies. Applications of regional
                                                                                                          analysis to industrial, regional, and community
                                                                                                          development.



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Descriptions—Resource Development
of
Courses

464.       Natural Resource Economics and              493.        Professional Internship in               825.        Planning for Sustainable
           Social Science (W)                                      Resource Development                                 Development
Fall. 3(2-2) Interdepartmental with Forestry;          Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A student      Fall. 3(3-0) P: RD 460 or approval of department.
Fisheries and Wildlife; and Park, Recreation and       may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-       Land resource evaluation and impact assessment
Tourism Resources. Administered by Forestry. P:        ments for this course. R: Open only to juniors or    for rural development planning and policy analy-
EC 201 or EC 202. R: Not open to freshmen and          seniors in the Department of Resource Develop-       sis. Concepts, principles, and indicators of sus-
sophomores. Completion of Tier I writing re-           ment. Approval of department; application re-        tainable development. Systems approaches and
quirement.                                             quired. A student may earn a maximum of 6            applied models in resource assessment. Case
Application of economic and social science princi-     credits in the following courses: AEE 493, ANR       studies.
ples and techniques to production and consump-         493, ANS 493, FW 493, PKG 493, PRM 493, PRR
tion of natural resources. Benefit-cost analysis.      493, and RD 493.                                     826.      International Development and
Regional impact analysis. Social impact assess-        Supervised professional experiences in agencies                Sustainability
ment.                                                  and businesses related to resource development.      Summer. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Anthro-
                                                                                                            pology; Political Science; Forestry; and Social
                                                       495.       Senior Seminar                            Science.
                                                       Spring. 2(2-0) P: RD 200, RD 460. R: Open only to    Environmental, economic, political, legal, man-
465.       Ecological Risk Assessment                  seniors in the Environmental Studies and Appli-      agement, and cultural components of sustainable
Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Fisheries        cations major.                                       development.
and Wildlife. Administered by Fisheries and            Examples and practice in directing change and
Wildlife. P: (CEM 143 or CEM 251) and (ZOL             resolving issues by anticipating resource prob-      828.       Attitudes, Behavior and
355) and (FW 324 or STT 200 or STT 201)                lems. Analysis and application of policy alterna-               Environmental Sustainability
Ecotoxicology. Monitoring and modeling the fate        tives. Preparation of position papers.               Spring. 3(3-0)
of toxins in ecosystems. Dose response relation-                                                            Environmental quality as affected by personal
ships. State and federal regulations related to        499.       Senior Thesis Research                    and collective behavior. Underlying social values
environmental contaminants.                            Fall, Spring, Summer. 3 to 6 credits. A student      and impact of collective attitudes on public policy.
                                                       may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-
                                                       ments for this course. R: Open only to seniors in    829.        The Economics of Environmental
                                                       the Department of Resource Development.                          Resources
466.         Natural Resources Planning                Supervised research option for satisfying cap-       Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Agricultural
             and Policy                                stone experience requirement.                        Economics; Economics; Forestry; and Park, Rec-
Spring. 3(2-2) Interdepartmental with Forestry;                                                             reation and Tourism Resources. Administered by
Fisheries and Wildlife; and Park, Recreation and                                                            Agricultural Economics.
Tourism Resources. Administered by Forestry. R:        801.        Resource Development Policy              Economic principles related to environmental
Open only to seniors or graduate students in the       Fall. 3(3-0)                                         conflicts and public policy alternatives. Applica-
Department of Forestry or Department of Fisher-        Environmental policies and programs affecting        tions to water quality, land use, conservation,
ies and Wildlife or Department of Park, Recrea-        resource development. Institutional arrange-         development, and global environmental issues.
tion and Tourism Resources or Department of            ments and the role of market and non-market
Resource Development.                                  approaches. Case studies from different societies.   831.        Role of the Expert Witness
Scientific, environmental, social, and institutional                                                        Spring of even years. 3(3-0)
factors affecting planning and policy-making.                                                               Rules of procedure regarding pretrial discovery
Focus on ecosystem-based planning and policy           802.       Organizational Issues in Resource         and the rules of evidence including depositions,
issues through development of a multiple-use                      Development                               use of tests and experiments, and issues involving
plan. Case studies.                                    Spring. 3(3-0)                                       hearsay.
                                                       Application of organizational models to manage-
                                                       ment and leadership issues in natural resource,
                                                       environmental, and community development             832.        Environmental and Natural
470.        Theory and Practice in                     agencies.                                                        Resource Law
            Community and Economic                                                                          Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Agricultural
            Development                                                                                     Economics; Crop and Soil Sciences; Forestry; and
Fall. 3 credits. Interdepartmental with Public         803.        Research Processes in Natural            Geography. P: RD 430.
Resource Management; and Sociology. P: EC 201                      Resources                                Origin and development of environmental law.
or EC 202; RD 200 or approval of department.           Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Forestry.        Theories of power, jurisdiction, sovereignty, prop-
Concepts, principles, models, and skills for com-      Research planning and implementation. Struc-         erty interests, pollution, and other bases for legal
munity and economic development. Community             ture of research organizations. Applications of      controls of natural resources. Common law and
participation in local development initiatives.        research results.                                    constitutional limitations on governmental
                                                                                                            power.

490.       Independent Study                           810.        Institutional and Behavioral
Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A student                    Economics                                836.        Legal Aspects of Environmental
may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enroll-         Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Agricultural                 Regulation
ments for this course. R: Not open to freshmen and     Economics; Economics. Administered by Agricul-       Fall. 3(3-0) P: RD 415 or approval of department.
sophomores. Approval of department. Application        tural Economics.                                     Administrative law. National Environmental
required.                                              Relationships among institutions, individual and     Policy Act. Air and water pollution. Toxic sub-
Individual supervised study of selected topics.        collective actions, and economic performance.        stances. Case studies.
                                                       Public choice, property rights, and behavioral
                                                       theories of firms and bureaucracies.
491.       Special Topics in Resource                                                                       837.       Water Law
           Development                                                                                      Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Agricul-
Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A student        824.       Watershed Management                      tural Economics; and Forestry. P: RD 430.
may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enroll-         Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 324 or approval of depart-      Legal principles applicable to surface water and
ments for this course. R: Not open to freshmen and     ment.                                                groundwater, private and public water rights,
sophomores.                                            Dynamics of physical, social, economic, political    and controls over water resources. Cases, stat-
Selected issues in resource development derived        and institutional forces applied to watershed        utes, and administrative procedures.
from current resource policy changes, or other         planning and management.
emerging topics of interest.




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                                                                                                                    Romance Languages—Descriptions
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                                                                                                                                          Courses

838.       Land Use Law                                  870.         Community Resource                     923.        Advanced Environmental and
Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Agricul-                       Development                                         Resource Economics
tural Economics; Forestry; and Urban Planning.           Fall. 3(3-0)                                        Spring of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental
P: RD 430.                                               Concepts, models, and strategies. Design and        with Agricultural Economics; Economics; For-
Public and private land use controls in the U.S.         implementation of change in community settings.     estry; and Park, Recreation and Tourism Re-
Civil rights, housing, energy problems, growth                                                               sources. Administered by Agricultural Economics.
management, waste management, and land con-              871.       Leadership Development in                P: (AEC 829 and EC 805)
servation. Cases, statutes and other regulations.                   Communities and Organizations            Advanced economic theory of environmental
SA: RD 834                                               Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: RD 802 or RD 870.    management and policy. Treatment of external-
                                                         Community leadership development concepts and       ities and market and non-market approaches to
843.        Comparative Resource and                     models. Leadership effectiveness.                   environmental improvement. Topics in conserva-
            Environmental Policy                                                                             tion and sustainable economic growth. Applica-
Spring. 3(3-0) P: RD 801, RD 802.                                                                            tions to research and policy.
Comparisons of natural resource and environ-             874.        Management of Nonprofit
mental policies in industrialized and nonindus-                      Organizations                           925.        Environmental and Resource
trialized societies. Roles of differing social, legal,   Fall. 3(3-0)                                                    Economics Research
and political systems.                                   Managing nonprofit organizations. Role of non-      Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental
                                                         profit organizations in the economy. Legal re-      with Agricultural Economics; Forestry; Park,
852.       Systems Modeling and Simulation               quirements for operation. Managing volunteers.      Recreation and Tourism Resources; and Econom-
Fall of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with        Roles and functions of boards. Fund raising and     ics. Administered by Agricultural Economics. P:
Fisheries and Wildlife; Biosystems Engineering;          marketing. Human resource strategies.               (AEC 829 and EC 805)
and Forestry. Administered by Fisheries and                                                                  Topics such as contingent or non-market valua-
Wildlife. P: STT 422 or STT 442 or STT 464 or                                                                tion, institutional analysis, pollution prevention,
GEO 463.                                                 876.         International Rural Community          environmental quality and location, recreational
General systems theory and concepts. Modeling                        Development                             demand modeling, and environmental risk man-
and simulation methods. Applications of systems          Fall. 3(3-0)                                        agement. Research process in environmental and
approach and techniques to natural resource              Rural community resource development in Africa,     resource economics.
management, and to ecological and agricultural           Asia, Europe and the Americas. Theories of          SA: AEC 991H
research.                                                development, learning, participation, and pro-
                                                         gram development. Evaluation strategies. Case       999.       Doctoral Dissertation Research
853.        Applied Systems Modeling and                 studies.                                            Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A student
            Simulation for Natural Resource                                                                  may earn a maximum of 99 credits in all enroll-
            Management                                                                                       ments for this course. R: Open only to Ph.D. stu-
Spring of odd years. 3(2-2) Interdepartmental            878.       Administration of International          dents in Resource Development.
with Fisheries and Wildlife; Biosystems Engi-                       Development
neering; Forestry; and Zoology. Administered by          Spring. 3(3-0)
Fisheries and Wildlife. P: FW 820 or BE 486 or           Theory and practice of rural development in
ZOL 851 or approval of department. R: Open only          different societies. Description and analysis of
to seniors and graduate students                         planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and
Mathematical models for evaluating resource              financial management.
management strategies. Stochastic and determi-
nistic simulation for optimization. System con-
trol structures. Team modelling approach.                890.       Independent Study                        ROMANCE
                                                         Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A student
862.        Farming Systems and Rural                    may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enroll-
                                                                                                             LANGUAGES                                 ROM
            Development                                  ments for this course. R: Approval of department.
Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with         Individual study of selected topics under faculty   Department of Romance Languages
Sociology. Administered by Sociology. R: Open            supervision.                                        College of Arts and Letters
only to graduate students in the departments of
Sociology and Resource Development.
Farming systems research and its place in rural          891.        Selected Topics                         241.        Classical and Romance Literature
development strategies. Sociological and resource        Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A student                 in English Translation
analysis of small scale family farming systems.          may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-      Fall. 4(4-0)
                                                         ments for this course. R: Approval of department.   Major works of ancient Greek and Latin litera-
866.        Economics of Renewable                       Selected topics on current innovations or emerg-    tures and of French, Italian, and Spanish medie-
            Resources                                    ing issues in resource development.                 val and Renaissance literatures. Guest lectures
Spring of odd years. 3(2-2) Interdepartmental                                                                by specialists on the various works.
with Forestry. Administered by Forestry. P: AEC
829 or EC 803 or EC 805                                  898.       Master's Research                        242.       Romance Literatures in English
Applications of economic theory and analysis to          Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A student                Translation
renewable natural resources problems. Focus on           may earn a maximum of 3 credits in all enroll-      Spring. 4(4-0)
renewable resource interactions, including multi-        ments for this course. R: Open only to master's     Major works of French, Italian, Portuguese, and
ple-use forestry and agroforestry.                       students in Resource Development.                   Hispanic literatures from the seventeenth cen-
                                                         Master's degree Plan B research paper.              tury to the present. Guest lectures by specialists
867.       Methods and Modeling in                                                                           on the various works.
           Regional Science
Spring of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental                                                               350.        Contemporary Romance Film
with Geography; and Urban Planning. Adminis-             899.       Master's Thesis Research                 Spring of odd years. 4(2-4) R: Not open to fresh-
tered by Geography. P: EC 820, GEO 865; GEO              Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A student     men.
415 or RD 461.                                           may earn a maximum of 99 credits in all enroll-     An appraisal of the work of preeminent filmmak-
Techniques for regional research: economic base          ments for this course. R: Open only to master's     ers of the romance languages and their contribu-
analysis, input-output analysis, mathematical            students in Resource Development.                   tions to contemporary film.
programming, and econometric and simulation
analysis.




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