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					                                       MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
                                      University Committee on Curriculum

                                       SUBCOMMITTEE C – AGENDA

                                        170 Administration Building
                                             February 9, 2012
                                                1:30 p.m.

           PART I – NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM CHANGES

                     RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE IN THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES

1.   Request to change the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in the Arts and Humanities in the
     Residential College in the Arts and Humanities.

     a.       Under the heading Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree in the Residential College in
              the Arts and Humanities change item 2. f. to the following:

     f.       Demonstrate proficiency in a world language or American Sign Language by completing one of the
              following two options:

              (1)      pass the language proficiency test, or
              (2)      complete the equivalent language course work through the 202-level and at least
                       one 300-level course. A study abroad or study away experience can substitute
                       for one or more of these courses with approval of the Director of Student Affairs
                       and the Coordinator of Language Proficiency in consultation with the leader of
                       the student’s study abroad or study away program.


     Effective Fall 2012.



                                  COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS

1.   Request to change the requirements for the Specialization in African American and African Studies.

     a.       Under the heading Requirements for the Specialization in African American and African
              Studies make the following changes:

              (1)      Change the total credits required from ‘21’ to ‘24’.

              (2)      Replace item 1. a. with the following:

                       Both of the following courses (6 credits):
                       AAAS 300           Survey in Africana Studies                                       3
                       AAAS 495           Advanced Research in African American
                                                   and African Studies Research                            3

              (3)      In item 1. b. Politics and Society delete the following course:

                       FCE      442       Ethnic Families in America                                       3

                       Add the following courses:

                       ENG      317       Readings in African and Caribbean Literatures (I) (D)            3
                       MC       377       Culture, Politics and Post-Colonialism                           4
                       PLS      304       Minority Politics                                                3

              (4)      In item 1. b. Humanities and Culture delete the following course:

                       ENG      349       African American Literature I                                    3
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               (5)      In item 1. c. delete the following courses:

                        ENG      353       Women and Literature                                            3
                        ENG      363       African Literature                                              3
                        ENG      463       Studies in the Literature of Africa and the
                                                    African Diaspora                                       3
                        PHL      351       African Philosophy                                              3



      Effective Summer 2012.



2.    Request to change the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and Visual Culture in
      the Department of Art, Art History, and Design.

      a.       Under the heading Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History and Visual
               Culture make the following changes:

               (1)      In item 2. replace paragraph three with the following:

                        The completion of requirement 3. c. referenced below satisfies one of the cognates
                        required by the College. The second cognate must be in a field outside the student’s
                        major.

               (2)      Change item 3. a. (2) to the following:

                        All of the following courses with concurrent enrollment in the corresponding HA
                        Research Project course (8 credits):
                        HA        260       Asian Art                                                      3
                                  Or
                        HA        261       Modern Asian Art                                               3
                        HA        271       African Art                                                    3
                        HA Research Project courses:
                        HA        260R      Research Project in East Asian Art                             1
                                  Or
                        HA        261R      Research Project in Modern Asian Art                           1
                        HA        271R      Research Project in African Art                                1

               (3)      In item 3. a. (5) make the following changes:

                        (a)      Change the requirement to ‘At least three art history courses selected from the
                                 following (12 credits)’

                        (b)      Add the following courses:

                                 HA        461      Selected Topics in Modern Asian Art                    4
                                 HA        491      Special Topics in History of Art                       1 to 4

               (4)      Change item 3. c. to the following:

                        A cognate of 12 credits from outside the student’s major selected from areas
                        such as museum studies, literature, a second language, material culture, or film
                        studies. The cognate must be approved by the history of art advisor.

               (5)      Change item 3. d. to the following:

                        A cognate of 12 credits from outside the student’s major. Both the cognate and
                        the related courses must be approved by the History of Art advisor.


      Effective Fall 2012.
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3.    Request to change the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art in the Department of
      Art, Art History, and Design.

      a.       Under the heading Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art make the
               following changes:

               (1)      In item 2., replace paragraph two with the following:

                        The completion of requirement 3. b. referenced below satisfies one of the cognates that
                        the College requires. The second cognate must be in a field outside the student’s major.

               (2)      In item 3. b. (2), add the following course:

                        History of Art 261.



      Effective Fall 2012.



4.    Request to change the requirements for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art in the Department
      of Art, Art History, and Design.

      a.       Under the heading Admission change item 2. to the following:

               2.       are in their second semester or later at Michigan State University or equivalent
                        standing at another university, and have not yet earned their 30th credit in studio
                        art.

      b.       Under the heading Requirements for the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art make the
               following change:

               (1)      In item 3. b. (2) add the following course:

                        History of Art 261


      Effective Fall 2012.



5.    Request to change the requirements for the Minor in Art History and Visual Culture in the Department of
      Art, Art History, and Design.

      a.       Under the heading Requirements for the Minor in Art History and Visual Culture
               make the following changes:

               (1)      In item 2. add the following course:

                        HA       261         Modern Asian Art                                                 3


      Effective Fall 2012.
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6.    Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Bachelor of Arts degree in French in the
      Department of French, Classics and Italian to the Bachelor of Arts degree in French in the Department of
      Romance and Classical Studies. The Teacher Education Council (TEC) will consider this request at its
      February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

7.    Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Minor in French in the Department of French,
      Classics and Italian to the Minor in French in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies.

      Effective Fall 2012.

8.    Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Minor in Italian in the Department of French,
      Classics and Italian to the Minor in Italian in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies.

      Effective Fall 2012.

9.    Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in French in the
      Department of French, Classics and Italian to the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in French in the
      Department of Romance and Classical Studies. The Teacher Education Council (TEC) will consider this
      request at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

10.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Italian in the
      Department of French, Classics and Italian to the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Italian in the Department
      of Romance and Classical Studies. The Teacher Education Council (TEC) will consider this request at its
      February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

11.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish in the
      Department of Spanish and Portuguese to the Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish in the Department of
      Romance and Classical Studies. The Teacher Education Council (TEC) will consider this request at its
      February 6, 2012 meeting.

12.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Minor in Portuguese in the Department of
      Spanish and Portuguese to the Minor in Portuguese in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies.

      Effective Fall 2012.

13.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Minor in Spanish in the Department of Spanish
      and Portuguese to the Minor in Spanish in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies.

      Effective Fall 2012.

14.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Latin in the
      Department of French, Classics and Italian to the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Latin in the Department
      of Romance and Classical Studies. The Teacher Education Council (TEC) will consider this request at its
      February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

15.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Spanish-
      Elementary in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese to the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Spanish-
      Elementary in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies. The Teacher Education Council (TEC)
      will consider this request at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.
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16.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Spanish-
      Secondary in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese to the Disciplinary Teaching Minor in Spanish-
      Secondary in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies. The Teacher Education Council (TEC)
      will consider this request at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

17.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Master of Arts degree in Applied Spanish
      Linguistics in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese to the Master of Arts degree in Applied
      Spanish Linguistics in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies. The University Committee on
      Graduate Studies (UCGS) will consider this request at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

18.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Master of Arts degree in French in the
      Department of French, Classics and Italian to the Master of Arts degree in French in the Department of
      Romance and Classical Studies. The University Committee on Graduate Studies (UCGS) will consider this
      request at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

19.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Master of Arts degree in Hispanic Literatures
      in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese to the Master of Arts degree in Hispanic Literatures in the
      Department of Romance and Classical Studies. The University Committee on Graduate Studies (UCGS) will
      consider this request at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

20.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in French,
      Language and Literature in the Department of French, Classics and Italian to the Doctor of Philosophy
      degree in French, Language and Literature in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies. The
      University Committee on Graduate Studies (UCGS) will consider this request at its February 6, 2012
      meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.

21.   Request to change the administrative responsibility for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Hispanic
      Cultural Studies in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese to the Doctor of Philosophy degree in
      Hispanic Cultural Studies in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies. The University Committee
      on Graduate Studies (UCGS) will consider this request at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

      Effective Fall 2012.



                                 ELI BROAD COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

1.    Request to delete the curriculum and degree requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in
      General Business Administration-Prelaw in the Department of Finance. The University
      Committee on Undergraduate Studies will provide consultative commentary to the Provost after
      considering this request . The Provost will make a determination after considering the consultative
      commentary from the University Committee on Undergraduate Studies.

      No new students are to be admitted to the program effective Spring 2010. No students are to be readmitted
      to the program effective Spring 2010. Effective Summer 2012, coding for the program will be discontinued
      and the program will no longer be available in the Department of Finance. Students who have not met the
      requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in General Business Administration-Prelaw through the Eli
      Broad College of Business prior to Summer 2012 will have to change their major.
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                      COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION ARTS AND SCIENCES

1.    Request to change the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising in the Department of
      Advertising, Public Relations and Retailing.

      The concentrations in the Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising are noted on the student’s academic record
      when the requirements for the degree have been completed.

      a.      Under the heading Admission as a Junior, in the first paragraph, delete ‘Economics 201’.

      b.      Under the heading Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Advertising replace item
              3. with the following:

              3.       The following requirements for the major.
                                                                                                   CREDITS
                       a.       All of the following Advertising core courses (25 credits):
                                ADV       205          Principles of Advertising                         4
                                ADV       330          Advertising Management                            3
                                ADV       342          Account Planning and Research                     3
                                ADV       350          Advertising Media Planning and
                                                                Strategy                                 3
                                ADV       375          Consumer Behavior                                 3
                                ADV       475          Advertising and Society                           3
                                ADV       486          Integrated Campaigns                              4
                                CAS       110          Creative Processes in Media
                                                                Settings                                 2
                                The completion of Advertising 486 satisfies the capstone/synthesis
                                requirement for the Advertising major.
                       b.       One of the following concentrations (17 or 18 credits):
                                Creative
                                1.        All of the following courses (8 credits):
                                          CAS          111      The Digital Image                        2
                                          CAS          112      Story, Sound and Motion                  2
                                          CAS          203      Design in Media Settings                 1
                                          CAS          204      Web Design in Media Settings             1
                                          CAS          205      Photography in Media Settings            1
                                          CAS          206      Graphics and Illustration in Media
                                                                          Settings                       1
                                2.        Complete 9 credits from the following courses:
                                          ADV          322      Copy Writing and Art Direction           3
                                          ADV          324      Introduction to Creative Media           3
                                          ADV          326      Advanced Creative: Media I               3
                                          ADV          354      Interactive Advertising Design           3
                                          ADV          422      Advanced Copywriting                     3
                                          ADV          428      Advanced Creative: Media II              3
                                          ADV          450      Intensive Portfolio Workshop             3
                                          ADV          493      Advertising and Public Relations
                                                                          Internship                     1 to 3
                                          A maximum of 3 credits in ADV 493 may be used to
                                          fulfill this requirement.
                                Management and Media
                                1.        Complete 18 credits from the following:
                                          ADV          325      Public Relations Techniques
                                                                          and Ethics                     3
                                          ADV          334      International Advertising                3
                                          ADV          352      Media Sales                              3
                                          ADV          360      Advanced Sales Communication             3
                                          ADV          386      Campaign Competition                     3
                                          ADV          420      New Media Driver’s License               3
                                          ADV          425      Public Relations Strategy                3

                                         ADV      430      Social Marketing: Strategy and
                                                                     Practice                            3
                                         ADV      436      Promotions and Scholarships                   3
                                         ADV      456      Interactive Advertising Management            3
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                                           ADV      492      Special Topics in Advertising                  3
                                           ADV      490      Independent Study                              1 to 3
                                           Or
                                           ADV      493           Advertising and Public Relations
                                                                           Internship                       1 to 3
                                           A maximum of 3 credits in ADV 490 or 493 may be used
                                           to fulfill this requirement.
                        c.       All of the following courses (16 credits):
                                 ACC       201          Principles of Financial Accounting                  3
                                 Or
                                 ACC       230          Survey of Accounting Concepts                       3
                                 ADV       225          Writing for Public Relations                        3
                                 EC        201          Introduction to Microeconomics                      3
                                 Or
                                 EC        202          Introduction to Macroeconomics                      3
                                 MKT       327          Introduction to Marketing                           3
                                 PSY       101          Introductory Psychology                             4



      Effective Fall 2012.




2.    Request to establish a Linked Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism and Master of Arts Degree in
      Journalism in the School of Journalism. The University Committee on Undergraduate Studies will consider
      this request. The University Committee on Graduate Studies recommended approval of this request at its
      January 9, 2012 meeting.

      Per University policy:
      A candidate for a Linked Bachelor's-Master's Degree from Michigan State University may request the
      application of up to 9 credits toward the master's program for qualifying 400-level and above course work
      taken at the undergraduate level at Michigan State University or another postsecondary accredited
      institution of comparable academic quality. The number of approved credits, not to exceed 9, are applied
      toward the credit requirement of the master's degree. Some colleges with programs that require more than
      30 credits for the master's degree may apply more than 9 credits toward the master's degree but not more
      than one-fourth of the total number of credits required for the master's degree. Credits applied to the Linked
      Bachelor's-Master's Program are not eligible to be applied to any other graduate degree program.

      a.       Add the following statement to the School of Journalism:
               LINKED BACHELOR’S-MASTER’S DEGREE IN JOURNALISM
               Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism
               Master of Arts Degree in Journalism
               The department welcomes applications from Michigan State University undergraduates majoring in
               Journalism with at least 86 credits. Application for admission must be made prior to the final
               semester as a Journalism undergraduate major. Admission to the program requires the following: a
               minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 based on all courses taken at MSU, a statement of
               goals for the master’s degree, a statement of the applicant’s background, Graduate Record
               Examination (GRE) scores, at least two letters of recommendation from faculty in the School of
               Journalism, and an approved program of study for the master’s degree at the time of admission.
               Applicants must have already completed JRN 108, 200, 203,300, 400, and 430 with a cumulative
               grade-point average of 3.0 in these courses. The number of Journalism majors admitted into
               this linked degree program will be limited by availability. Admission to the Linked Bachelor's-
               Master's program allows the application of up to 9 credits toward the master's program for
               qualifying 400-level and above course work taken at Michigan State University. No 400-level
               courses with a grade lower than 3.0 will count toward the master’s degree. Credit obtained from
               400-level pass/fail courses and internships will not count toward the degree.


      Effective Fall 2012.
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3.    Request to establish a Graduate Certificate in Journalism in the School of Journalism. The University
      Committee on Graduate Studies (UCGS) will consider this request at its January 9, 2012 meeting.

      The Graduate Certificate in Journalism is a Type 2 graduate certificate and will appear on the transcript as
      “Graduate Certificate Program in Journalism”.

      a.       Background Information:

               Journalism education at MSU is more than 100 years old, and is well-known across the country for
               its graduate education. It is one of the oldest accredited programs in the country and the oldest of
               only two programs in Michigan.

               Communication and many aspects of journalism are ubiquitous in our society. This certificate is
               designed to help students in other majors think critically and communicate effectively. The focus is
               to understand the fundamental processes of gathering, organizing, presenting and disseminating
               news and information in various text and visual forms for different news media platforms. Students
               will learn about the newest innovative media technology, develop an understanding of the influence
               and effects of media in society, and study mass communication theory and research methods.
               These skills and knowledge are fundamental to a student in any career.

      b.       Academic Programs Catalog Text:

               The Graduate Certificate in Journalism is designed to help students understand the fundamental
               processes of gathering, organizing, presenting and disseminating news and information in various
               text and visual forms for different news media platforms. Students learn about the newest
               innovative media technology and develop an understanding of the influence and effects of media in
               society.

               Admission

               To be considered for admission into the Graduate Certificate in Journalism, applicants must have
               completed a bachelor's degree. For additional information, refer to the Admission section in the
               Graduate Education section of this catalog.

               Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Journalism
                                                                                                  CREDITS
               Students must complete all of the following courses (9 credits):
               JRN     800     Multiple Media Reporting I                                                  3
               JRN     815     Media, Society and Theory                                                   3
               JRN     821     Social Media News and Information                                           3


      Effective Fall 2012.
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4.    Request to establish a Linked Bachelor of Arts Degree in Media and Information and Master of Arts
      Degree in Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media in the Department of Telecommunication,
      Information Studies and Media. The University Committee on Undergraduate Studies will consider this
      request. The University Committee on Graduate Studies will consider this request at its January 9, 2012
      meeting.

      Per University policy:
      A candidate for a Linked Bachelor's-Master's Degree from Michigan State University may request the
      application of up to 9 credits toward the master's program for qualifying 400-level and above course work
      taken at the undergraduate level at Michigan State University or another postsecondary accredited
      institution of comparable academic quality. The number of approved credits, not to exceed 9, are applied
      toward the credit requirement of the master's degree. Some colleges with programs that require more than
      30 credits for the master's degree may apply more than 9 credits toward the master's degree but not more
      than one-fourth of the total number of credits required for the master's degree. Credits applied to the Linked
      Bachelor's-Master's Program are not eligible to be applied to any other graduate degree program.

      a.       Add the following statement to the Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies and
               Media:
               LINKED BACHELOR’S-MASTER’S DEGREE IN TELECOMMUNICATION, INFORMATION
                       STUDIES AND MEDIA
               Bachelor of Arts Degree in Media and Information
               Master of Arts Degree in Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media
               The department welcomes applications from Michigan State University undergraduates majoring in
               Media and Information with at least 86 credits. Admission applications must be made prior to the
               final semester as a Media and Information undergraduate. Admission to the program requires a
               minimum undergraduate grade-point average of 3.50, a statement of goals for the master’s degree,
               Graduate Record Examination scores, at least two letters of recommendation from faculty in the
               Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media, and an approved program of
               study for the master’s degree at the time of admission. To enter the Human Computer Interaction
               concentration in the master’s program, applicants must have already completed CAS 204, TC 331,
               349, and 359 obtaining a grade of at least 3.0 in each of these courses. To enter the Media and
               Information Management concentration in the master’s program, applicants must have already
               completed TC 300, 355, 361, and 452. The number of Media and Information majors admitted into
               the linked degree program will be limited by availability. Admission to the Linked Bachelor’s-
               Master’s Program allows the application of up to 9 credits toward the master's program for
               qualifying 400-level and above course work taken at the undergraduate level at Michigan State
               University or an external accredited institution. The number of approved credits, not to exceed 9,
               are applied toward the credit requirement of the master's degree. No 400-level courses with a
               grade lower than 3.0 will count toward the master’s degree. Credit obtained from 400-level pass-fail
               courses and internships will not count toward the degree. Credits applied to the Linked Bachelor's-
               Master's Program are not eligible to be applied to any other graduate degree program.

      Effective Fall 2012.
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5.    Request to establish a Linked Bachelor of Science Degree in Media and Information and Master of Arts
      Degree in Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media in the Department of Telecommunication,
      Information Studies and Media. The University Committee on Undergraduate Studies will consider this
      request. The University Committee on Graduate Studies will consider this request at its January 9, 2012
      meeting.

      Per University policy:
      A candidate for a Linked Bachelor's-Master's Degree from Michigan State University may request the
      application of up to 9 credits toward the master's program for qualifying 400-level and above course work
      taken at the undergraduate level at Michigan State University or another postsecondary accredited
      institution of comparable academic quality. The number of approved credits, not to exceed 9, are applied
      toward the credit requirement of the master's degree. Some colleges with programs that require more than
      30 credits for the master's degree may apply more than 9 credits toward the master's degree but not more
      than one-fourth of the total number of credits required for the master's degree. Credits applied to the Linked
      Bachelor's-Master's Program are not eligible to be applied to any other graduate degree program.

      a.       Add the following statement to the Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies and
               Media:
               LINKED BACHELOR’S-MASTER’S DEGREE IN TELECOMMUNICATION, INFORMATION
                       STUDIES AND MEDIA
               Bachelor of Science Degree in Media and Information
               Master of Arts Degree in Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media
               The department welcomes applications from Michigan State University undergraduates majoring in
               Media and Information with at least 86 credits. Admission applications must be made prior to the
               final semester as a Media and Information undergraduate. Admission to the program requires a
               minimum undergraduate grade-point average of 3.50, a statement of goals for the master’s degree,
               Graduate Record Examination scores, at least two letters of recommendation from faculty in the
               Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media, and an approved program of
               study for the master’s degree at the time of admission. To enter the Human Computer Interaction
               concentration in the master’s program, applicants must have already completed CAS 204, TC 331,
               349, and 359 obtaining a grade of at least 3.0 in each of these courses. To enter the Media and
               Information Management concentration in the master’s program, applicants must have already
               completed TC 300, 355, 361, and 452. The number of Media and Information majors admitted into
               the linked degree program will be limited by availability. Admission to the Linked Bachelor’s-
               Master’s Program allows the application of up to 9 credits toward the master's program for
               qualifying 400-level and above course work taken at the undergraduate level at Michigan State
               University or an external accredited institution. The number of approved credits, not to exceed 9,
               are applied toward the credit requirement of the master's degree. No 400-level courses with a
               grade lower than 3.0 will count toward the master’s degree. Credit obtained from 400-level pass-fail
               courses and internships will not count toward the degree. Credits applied to the Linked Bachelor's-
               Master's Program are not eligible to be applied to any other graduate degree program.



      Effective Fall 2012.
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6.    Request to establish a Graduate Certificate program in Serious Game Design and Research in the
      Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media. The University Committee on Graduate
      Studies will consider this request at its January 9, 2012 meeting.

      The Graduate Certificate in Serious Game Design and Research is a Type 2 graduate certificate and will
      appear on the transcript as “Graduate Certificate Program in Serious Game Design and Research.”

      a.       Background Information:

               The Graduate Certificate in Serious Game Design and Research is designed for game industry
               professionals already versed in game design who want to expand their knowledge to the domain of
               serious games, professional educators and educational technology specialists who want to
               understand how and why games can be used for learning, and graduate students who would like to
               add expertise in serious games to their courses of study.

      b.       Academic Programs Catalog Text:

               The Graduate Certificate in Serious Game Design and Research is designed for game industry
               professionals already versed in game design who want to expand their knowledge to the domain of
               serious games, professional educators and educational technology specialists who want to
               understand how and why games can be used for learning, and graduate students who would like to
               add expertise in serious games to their courses of study. The certificate program exposes students
               to the state of the art in different strands of serious games such as games for learning, corporate
               training, newsgames, games for health, exergames, military games, and games for social change;
               distribution; industry structure; and theories and methods of game design.

               Admission

               To be considered for admission into the Graduate Certificate in Serious Game Design and
               Research, applicants must have completed a bachelor’s degree.

               Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Serious Game Design and Research
                                                                                         CREDITS
               Students must complete the following (9 credits):
               1.        All of the following course (9 credits):
                         TC        830       Foundations of Serious Games                         3
                         TC        831       Theories of Games and Interaction for Design         3
                         TC        841       Understanding Users                                  3
               Students who are currently enrolled in a graduate degree program at MSU may substitute an
               alternative course for TC 841. This course must be related to the need for, or evaluation of, serious
               games. It must be selected to contribute to each student’s development of expertise and research
               in the chosen discipline. This alternative course must be approved by the advisor for the Graduate
               Certificate in Serious Game Design and Research.



      Effective Fall 2012.
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                            PART II - NEW COURSES AND CHANGES

                                  COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS

AAAS 300      Survey in Africana Studies
              Fall of every year. Detroit Summer of every year. Detroit 3(3-0) R: Approval of department.
NEW                     Online, classroom, or study abroad/off-campus course - core conceptual elements of
                        Africana Studies discipline and peoples (African Americans, Africans and African
                        Diasporas), including topics in race, identity, the Black condition, representational
                        discourses, discrimination, oppression, resistance and alternative agency. Course is
                        interdisciplinary, geographically comparative and global, highlighting holistic historical,
                        political, social and cultural study. Field trip required
                        Effective Summer 2012

AAAS 490      Independent Study in African American and African Studies
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1 to 3 credits. A student may earn a
              maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this course. P: Completion of Tier I Writing Requirement
              R: Open to undergraduate students in the African American and African Studies Specialization or
              in the African American History and Culture Specialization.
NEW                     Independent study in select and specialized topics in African American, African Diaspora
                        and African Studies: special projects, directed reading and research arranged by an
                        undergraduate and a faculty member in areas supplementing course offerings.
                        Effective Summer 2012

AAAS 495      Advanced Research in African American and African Studies
              Spring of every year. Africa Summer of odd years. Africa 3(3-0) P: Completion of Tier I Writing
              Requirement RB: ISS 215 R: Open to undergraduate students in the African American and African
              Studies Specialization or in the African American History and Culture Specialization.
NEW                    Advanced undergraduate research course in African American, African and African
                       Diaspora Studies. Course reviews interdisciplinary topics that inform these Africana
                       regions, including slavery, race, colonialism, civil and human rights, identity and discourse
                       and political philosophies; including Black Nationalism African Centered paradigms, and
                       Black Feminism. Participants will acquire advanced research, writing and communication
                       skills and will participate in the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum. Field
                       trip required.
                       SA: AL 495
                       Effective Fall 2012

HA 260        East Asian Art
              Asian Art
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0)
                        Thematic introduction to East Asian civilization through selected masterpieces of visual
                        arts. Main trends of East Asian arts throughout a range of time periods. Asian civilization
                        viewed thematically through selected masterpieces of visual arts. Main trends of Asian
                        arts throughout a range of time periods.
                        Effective Spring 1999 Effective Fall 2012

HA 260R       Research Project in East Asian Art
              Research Project in Asian Art
              Fall of every year. 1(1-0) R: Open to students in the Art History and Visual Culture major or
              approval of department. C: HA 260 concurrently.
                        Research methods and techniques in East Asian Art. Research methods and techniques
                        in Asian Art.
                        Effective Fall 2011 Effective Fall 2012
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HA 261        Modern Asian Art
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0)
NEW                     Surveys modernism, modern visual culture, and contemporary art across the Asian
                        continent, including painting, sculpture, design, photography, popular arts, and new
                        media. Structured geographically and thematically. Artworks are considered through a
                        variety of historical, social, political, and cultural perspectives.
                        Effective Fall 2012

HA 261R       Research Project in Modern Asian Art
              Fall of every year. 1(1-0) C: HA 261 concurrently.
NEW                     Research methods and techniques in Modern Asian Art.
                        Effective Fall 2012

HA 410        Selected Topics in Medieval Art
              Spring of every year. 4(4-0) A student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: (HA 101 or HA 120 or HA 150 or HA 210) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Issues in the study of Medieval Art. Extensive experience with museum collections.
                       Effective Fall 2010 Effective Fall 2012

HA 420        Selected Topics in Renaissance Art
              Fall of every year. 4(4-0) A student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: (HA 102 or HA 120 or HA 150 or HA 230) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        Issues in the study of Renaissance Art. Extensive experience with museum collections.
                        Effective Fall 2010 Effective Fall 2012

HA 430        Selected Topics in Baroque Art
              Fall of every year. 4(4-0) A student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: (HA 102 or HA 120 or HA 150 or HA 230) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        Selected issues in the study of Baroque Art. Extensive experience with museum
                        collections.
                        Effective Fall 2010 Effective Fall 2012

HA 450        Selected Topics in Modern Art
              Fall of even years. 4(4-0) A student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: (HA 102 or HA 120 or HA 150 or HA 240) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        Origins of modernism and the major Western artistic movements of the twentieth century
                        in their historical contexts.
                        Effective Fall 2010 Effective Fall 2012

HA 461        Selected Topics in Modern Asian Art
              Fall of every year. 4(4-0) A student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: (HA 101 or HA 102 or HA 260 or HA 261) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
NEW                     Selected topics in Modern Asian Art which address current theoretical issues and
                        intellectual developments in the field.
                        Effective Fall 2012

HA 471        Selected Topics in African Art
              Spring of every year. 4(4-0) A student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: (HA 101 or HA 102 or HA 271) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Selected topics in African Art which address the current theoretical issues and intellectual
                       developments in the field.
                       Effective Fall 2010 Effective Fall 2012

STA 450       Advanced Sculpture
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(2-2) A student may earn a maximum of 21 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. P: (STA 350 and STA 351) or (STA 350 and STA 354) or (STA 350 and
              STA 355) or (STA 351 and STA 354) or (STA 351 and STA 355) P: (STA 350 and STA 351) or
              (STA 350 and STA 354) or (STA 350 and STA 355) or (STA 351 and STA 354) or (STA 351 and
              STA 355) or (STA 354 and STA 355) RB: 300-level sculpture course
                        Advanced applications of sculpture concepts, styles and techniques. Consideration of the
                        language of contemporary sculpture, with emphasis on individual direction.
                        Effective Summer 2008 Effective Fall 2012
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ARB 470       Media Arabic
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) P: ARB 362 P: ARB 402 RB: Advance proficiency in Modern Standard
              Arabic RB: Advanced proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic
                        Advanced level work on the major language skills (listening, speaking, reading and
                        writing) with emphasis on analysis of Arab media texts in all forms. Special attention to
                        note taking skills and the analysis of the content of media materials.
                        Effective Fall 2010 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 140       Greek and Roman Mythology
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0)
                        Introduction to Greek and Roman myths, with emphasis on myth as social discourse and
                        as an influence on ancient poets and thinkers.
                        Effective Fall 1997 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 160       Myth, Legend, and J.R.R. Tolkien
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with English.
                       Myth and myth-making in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and his other works. Ways of
                       reading myth and legends that served as Tolkien's sources and inspiration.
                       Effective Summer 2009 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 190       Introduction to Classics
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0)
                        Introduction to classical Greek and Roman culture and to the methods of studying the
                        ancient world. Topics from history, literature, epigraphy, papyrology, medicine, religion,
                        and technology.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 201       The Greek and Roman World in Film
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0)
                       Portrayals of Greek and Roman cultures in film with emphasis on the interactions between
                       the ancient and modern worlds.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 309       Greek Civilization
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0)
                        Survey of salient aspects of ancient Greek civilization and modern approaches to its
                        study.
                        SA: CLA 210
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 310       Roman Civilization
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0)
                       Survey of salient aspects of Roman civilization and modern approaches to its study.
                       SA: CLA 211
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 333       Roman Law (W)
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: Completion of Tier I writing requirement. R: Not open to freshmen.
                        Introduction to Roman private law using a case study approach.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 360       Ancient Novel in English Translation (W)
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: Completion of Tier I writing requirement. P: Completion of Tier I
              Writing Requirement R: Not open to freshmen.
                       Ancient Greek and Roman novels. The role of popular literature in Greco-Roman society.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012
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CLA 400       Senior Seminar: Women in Ancient Greece and Rome (W)
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Women's Studies. P: Completion of Tier I writing
              requirement. P: Completion of Tier I Writing Requirement R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
                       Image, role, and status of women in Greek society as seen through literary sources.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 412       Senior Seminar: Greek & Roman Religion (W)
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: Completion of Tier I writing requirement. P: Completion of Tier I
              Writing Requirement R: Not open to freshmen and sophomores. R: Not open to freshmen or
              sophomores.
                       Study of Greek and Roman beliefs and cults with emphasis on society, politics and
                       interactions of paganism and christianity.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 460       Senior Seminar: Love and Desire in the Ancient World (W)
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: Completion of Tier I writing requirement. R: Not open to freshmen
              and sophomores. R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
                       Greek and Roman conceptions, attitudes, beliefs and responses to love, sex and desire.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 491       Topics in Classical Studies
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) RB: CLA 210 RB: Completion of Tier I Writing requirement R: Open
              only to juniors or seniors. R: Open to juniors or seniors.
                        Special topics supplement regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

CLA 499       Senior Thesis
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1(1-0) P: CLA 309 or CLA 310 or CLA 333 or CLA 360 R:
              Open only to seniors in Classical Studies. R: Open to seniors. C: CLA 400 concurrently or CLA
              460 concurrently.
                        Senior thesis capstone under the direction of a faculty member.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 101       Elementary French I
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 4(4-1) Not open to students with
              credit in FRN 150.
                        Practice in using and understanding French to develop listening, speaking, reading, and
                        writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                        Effective Summer 2001 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 102       Elementary French II
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-1) P: (FRN 101) or designated score on French
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in FRN 150.
                        Further practice in using and understanding French to develop listening, speaking,
                        reading, and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 150       Intensive Review of Elementary French
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 5(5-1) P: Designated score on French placement test. P:
              Designated score on French Placement test RB: Two years of high school French or the
              equivalent. Not open to students with credit in FRN 101 or FRN 102.
                        Intensive review of elementary-level French for students who have had at least two years
                        of French at the secondary level and who need to strengthen communication skills and
                        knowledge of French language and culture.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 201       Second-Year French I
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (FRN 102 or FRN 150) or designated score on
              French Placement test
                        Intermediate-level review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading,
                        and writing skills. Topics in the cultures of the French-speaking world.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012
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FRN 202       Second-Year French II
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: FRN 201
                        Further review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing
                        skills. Topics in the cultures of the French-speaking world.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 290       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 4 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 320       Self-Expression in Writing (W)
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (FRN 202 or FRN 250) or designated score on
              French placement test. Completion of Tier I writing requirement. P: (FRN 202) or completion of Tier
              I writing requirement
                         Writing practice in a variety of forms. Reading of excerpts from French and Francophone
                         literature in order to enrich vocabulary and analyze style. Grammar review.
                         Effective Fall 2001 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 321       Oral Expression
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (FRN 202 or FRN 250) or designated score on
              French Placement test P: (FRN 202) or designated score on French Placement test
                        Present-day spoken French. Discussions on various aspects of French culture and social
                        interaction, mastery of advanced vocabulary. Readings chosen from current magazines
                        and newspapers and complemented by Web exercises and video materials.
                        Effective Fall 2001 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 330       French Phonetics
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (FRN 202 or FRN 250) or designated score on
              French Placement test P: (FRN 202) or designated score on French Placement test
                        Analysis of French pronunciation for listening and speaking.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 340       Introduction to Reading French Literature (W)
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (FRN 202 or FRN 250) or designated score on
              French placement test. Completion of Tier I writing requirement. P: (FRN 202) or completion of Tier
              I writing requirement
                         Close reading and interpretation of French drama, poetry, fiction, and other prose forms.
                         Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 400       Reading French for Graduate Students
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
                       Intensive study of French for graduate students needing a reading knowledge of the
                       language.
                       Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 415       Introduction to French Studies I: Metropolitan France
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) P: FRN 320 and FRN 340
                        Aspects of the culture of France in its many manifestations: literary, artistic, musical,
                        linguistic. Emphasis on historical and social analysis of French cultural artifacts.
                        Effective Fall 2001 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 416       Introduction to French Studies II: Francophone Cultures
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: FRN 320 and FRN 340
                        Exploration of French culture in the Francophone world outside metropolitan France.
                        Effective Fall 2001 Effective Fall 2012
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FRN 425       Advanced Studies in French Language
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) P: FRN 320
                        To broaden advanced students' capacities for self-expression. Accurate form and
                        appropriate expression through translation, composition, or creative writing. Examination
                        of contrasting styles of expression in view of developing nuances.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 430       French Linguistics
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: FRN 320 and FRN 330
                       Key issues in French linguistics and contrastive structures of French and English.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 445       Theme-Based Seminar
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. P: FRN 320 and FRN 340
                        Organized by themes such as: Francophone women, the uses of myth, the individual and
                        society. Texts may be of diverse literary and artistic forms and from different historical
                        periods.
                        Effective Fall 2009 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 446       History-Based Seminar
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. P: FRN 320 and FRN 340
                        Organized by century or artistic period. Examination of the historical, intellectual, and
                        artistic climate surrounding texts.
                        Effective Fall 2009 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 447       Genre-Based Seminar
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. P: FRN 320 and FRN 340
                        Based on significant literary or artistic genre such as poetry, novel, short story, essay,
                        theater, film or musical theater from either a synchronic or diachronic perspective.
                        Effective Fall 2009 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 490       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores. Approval of department.
              R: Not open to sophomores or freshmen. Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 491       Special Topics in French
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores. Approval
              of department. R: Not open to sophomores or freshmen. Approval of department.
                        Special topics supplementing regular course offerings proposed by faculty on a group
                        study basis.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 492       Senior Writing Project
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1(1-0) R: Open only to seniors in
              French. R: Open to seniors in the French major.
                        Research and preparation of a paper on an interdisciplinary subject that synthesizes at
                        least three areas of a major's undergraduate education. Students work under the
                        supervision of a faculty member.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012
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FRN 805       Evolution of the French Language
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0)
                        Diachronic examination of the phonological, morphological, and syntactic developments of
                        French as it evolved from Latin.
                        Effective Spring 2007 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 806       Topics in French Linguistics
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Key issues in theoretical and applied French linguistics. Syntax, morphology, phonology,
                       and semantics. Foreign language acquisition.
                       Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 807       Topics in the Development of French Culture
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       French culture through the history of ideas, through the evolution of institutions, or through
                       literature and the related arts.
                       Effective Summer 1999 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 810       Studies in Medieval French Literature.
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Works of major writers of the French Middle Ages.
                       Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 815       Studies in 16th-Century French Literature
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                        Works of major prose writers and poets of the Renaissance and Reformation.
                        Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 820       French Literature of the 17th Century
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Works of major writers of the seventeenth century.
                       Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 830       Studies in 19th Century Literature
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. R: Open to graduate students in the French major or in the French, Language and
              Literature major.
                        Major authors and selected topics in poetry, prose, and drama of the nineteenth century.
                        Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 835       Studies in 20th Century Literature
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. R: Open to graduate students in the French major or in the French, Language and
              Literature major.
                        Spiritual, intellectual, psychological, and aesthetic conflicts in texts with world-wide impact.
                        Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 850       Introduction to Critical Theory
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0)
                        Fundamentals of critical theory emphasizing the evolution of French and Francophone
                        thought. Topics such as structuralism, deconstruction, post-modernism, feminism, post-
                        colonialism, epistemotogy, psychology, and ethics.
                        Effective Spring 2004 Effective Fall 2012
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FRN 890       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1 to 3 credits. A student may earn a
              maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects, directed reading, and research arranged by an individual graduate
                        student and a faculty member in areas supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Spring 1994 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 891       Special Topics in French
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a
              maximum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special topics supplementing regular course offerings proposed by faculty on a group-
                        study basis.
                        Effective Spring 2003 Effective Fall 2012

FRN 999       Doctoral Dissertation Research
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1 to 24 credits. A student may earn
              a maximum of 99 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Doctoral dissertation research.
                        Request the use of the Pass-No Grade (P-N) system.
                        Effective Summer 2002 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 101       Elementary Classical Greek I
              Fall of even years. 4(4-0)
                        Fundamentals of orthography, pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, and syntax.
                        Translation of elementary readings.
                        Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 102       Elementary Classical Greek II
              Spring of odd years. 4(4-0) P: GRK 101
                       Fundamentals of vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. Translation of elementary readings.
                       Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 103       Elementary Modern Greek I
              Fall of even years. 4(4-0)
                        Practice using and understanding modern Greek to develop listening speaking, reading
                        and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 104       Elementary Modern Greek II
              Spring of odd years. 4(4-0) P: GRK 103 or approval of department
                       Further practice in using and understanding Modern Greek to develop listening, speaking,
                       reading, and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                       Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 203       Second-Year Modern Greek I
              Fall of odd years. 4(4-0) P: GRK 104 or approval of department
                        Intermediate- level review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading,
                        and writing skills.
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 204       Second- Year Modern Greek II
              Spring of even years. 4(4-0) P: GRK 203 or approval of department
                       Further review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading and writing
                       skills.
                       Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 290       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Summer 2008 Effective Fall 2012
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GRK 302       Homer and Greek Epic Poetry (W)
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: (GRK 102) and completion of Tier I writing requirement. P: (GRK 102)
              and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        Works of Homer in the original Greek.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 304       Plato and the Sophists (W)
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (GRK 102) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Selected works of Plato in the original Greek, with additional readings in translation.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 311       Greek Lyric Poetry and the Ionian World (W)
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (GRK 102) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        Selected Greek lyric poetry in the original Greek, with additional readings in translation.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 321       Lysias and Attic Oratory (W)
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: (GRK 102) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Selected orations of Lysias and Demosthenes in the original Greek, with additional
                       readings in translation.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 406       Senior Seminar: Aristophanes and Euripides (W)
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: (GRK 304 or GRK 321) and completion of Tier I writing requirement R:
              Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
                        Advanced study of selected comedies of Aristophanes and dramas of Euripides in the
                        original Greek, with additional readings in translation.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 411       Senior Seminar: Herodotus and Greek Historiography (W)
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (GRK 321 or GRK 304) and completion of Tier I writing requirement R:
              Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
                        Advanced study of Herodotus's "History" in the original Greek, with additional readings in
                        translation.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 421       Senior Seminar: Sophocles (W)
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (GRK 304 or GRK 321) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
              R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
                       Intense study of two tragedies of Sophocles.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 490       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores. Approval of department.
              R: Not open to sophomores or freshmen. Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

GRK 499       Senior Thesis
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 credit. P: GRK 302 or GRK 321 R: Open only to seniors
              in Classical Languages and Literature R: Open to seniors. C: GRK 408 concurrently or GRK 406
              concurrently or GRK 411 concurrently or GRK 421 concurrently.
                        Senior thesis capstone under the direction of a faculty member.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012
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ITL 101       Elementary Italian I
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-1) RB: No previous experience in Italian or approval of
              department.
                        Practice in using and understanding Italian to develop listening, speaking, reading, and
                        writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 102       Elementary Italian II
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-1) P: ITL 101
                        Further practice in using and understanding Italian to develop listening, speaking, reading,
                        and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 201       Second-Year Italian I
              Fall of every year. 4(4-0) P: ITL 102
                        Intermediate-level review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading,
                        and writing skills. Topics in Italian culture.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 202       Second-Year Italian II
              Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: ITL 201
                       Further review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing
                       skills. Topics in Italian culture.
                       Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 290       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 4 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 320       Advanced Grammar and Composition
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) P: ITL 202
                        Composition in a variety of styles and modes. Review of grammar. Extensive practice in
                        writing.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 330       Italian Culture and Civilization
              Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in
              all enrollments for this course. P: ITL 202
                        Diverse aspects of political, social, economic, intellectual, artistic, and literary life of Italy.
                        Class discussion in Italian of readings, films, television programs, and musical selections.
                        Effective Summer 2000 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 350       Introduction to Italian Literature
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) P: ITL 330
                        Italian literature from its origins to the present. Reading and discussion in Italian of
                        representative works from all genres.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 355       Italian Literature in English Translation
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. R: Not open to freshmen. Approval of department.
                         Representative works and themes of Italian literature.
                         Effective Summer 2006 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 360       Topics in the Italian Language and Culture
              Fall of even years. Summer of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. P: ITL 330
                        Aspects of Italian culture or language as manifested in art, literature, music, and film.
                        Effective Summer 2000 Effective Fall 2012
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ITL 400       Reading Italian
              Summer of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open to graduate students or approval of department.
                      Intensive study of Italian for students in need of reading knowledge of the language for
                      their disciplines.
                      Effective Fall 2011 Effective Fall 2012

ITL 490       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores. Approval of department.
              R: Not open to sophomores or freshmen. Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 101       Elementary Latin I
              Fall of every year. 4(4-0) RB: No previous experience in Latin or designated score on Latin
              placement test.
                        Fundamentals of vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. Translation of elementary readings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 102       Elementary Latin II
              Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (LTN 101) or designated score on Latin placement test. P: LTN 101
                       Continued study of the fundamentals of vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. Translation of
                       elementary readings.
                       Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 206       Nepos and Latin Prose
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: LTN 102
                        Selected lives of Cornelius Nepos in the original Latin, with readings in other early and
                        Republican prose authors.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 208       Catullus and Lucretius
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: LTN 102
                       Readings from Catullus's poems and from Lucretius's "De Rerum Natura" in Latin with
                       additional readings.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 211       Livy and Roman Historiography
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) P: LTN 102
                        Selections from Livy's "Ab Ubre Condita" in the original Latin.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 221       Virgil and Latin Poetry
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: LTN 102
                        Readings from Virgil's "Eclogues", "Georgics", and "Aeneid" in Latin. Additional readings
                        from other Latin poets of the later Republic and Augustan periods.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 290       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 4 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 306       The Works of Cicero (W)
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: (LTN 208 or LTN 221) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        Selected oratorical and philosophical works of Cicero in the original Latin.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012
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LTN 308       Roman Comedy (W)
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (LTN 221 or LTN 208) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Selected comedies of Plautus and Terence in the original Latin.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 311       Augustine and His Age (W)
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (LTN 221 or LTN 208) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        The "Confessions" and other works of Augustine in the original Latin.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 321       The Works of Ovid (W)
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) P: (LTN 208 or LTN 221) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Selected books of Ovid's "Metamorphoses" in the original Latin.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 406       Senior Seminar: Tacitus (W)
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: (LTN 308 or LTN 321) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                        Advanced study of the works of Tacitus in the original Latin.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 408       Senior Seminar: Virgil (W)
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: (LTN 308 or LTN 321) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Advanced study of the works of Virgil in the original Latin.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 421       Senior Seminar: Horace (W)
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: (LTN 321 or LTN 308) and completion of Tier I writing requirement
                       Advanced study of the works of Horace in the original Latin.
                       Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 490       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores. Approval of department.
              R: Not open to sophomores or freshmen. Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

LTN 499       Senior Thesis
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1(1-0) P: (LTN 308 or LTN 321) P: LTN 308 or LTN 321 R:
              Approval of department. C: LTN 406 concurrently or LTN 408 concurrently or LTN 411 concurrently
              or LTN 421 concurrently. C: LTN 406 concurrently or LTN 408 concurrently or LTN 421
              concurrently.
                        Senior thesis capstone under the direction of a faculty member.
                        Effective Spring 2006 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 101       Elementary Portuguese I
              Fall of every year. 4(4-1) RB: No previous experience in Portuguese or approval of department.
                        Practice in using and understanding Portuguese to develop listening, speaking, reading,
                        and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 102       Elementary Portuguese II
              Spring of every year. 4(4-1) P: PRT 101
                       Further practice in using and understanding Portuguese to develop listening, speaking,
                       reading, and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012
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PRT 150       Portuguese for Speakers of Other Romance Languages I (I)
              Fall of every year. 4(4-0) RB: Solid background in another Romance language Not open to
              students with credit in PRT 101 or PRT 102.
                        Development of listening, speaking, reading, writing skills, and cultural knowledge.
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 201       Second-Year Portuguese I
              Fall of every year. 4(4-0) P: PRT 102
                        Intermediate level review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading,
                        and writing skills. Topics in the cultures of the Portuguese-speaking world.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 202       Second-Year Portuguese II
              Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (PRT 201) P: PRT 201
                       Further review and development of aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing
                       skills. Topics in the cultures of the Portuguese-speaking world.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 250       Portuguese for Speakers of Other Romance Languages II (I)
              Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: PRT 150 or PRT 102 RB: Solid background in another Romance
              language Not open to students with credit in PRT 201 or PRT 202.
                       Continued development of listening, speaking, reading, writing skills, and cultural
                       knowledge.
                       Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 290       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 4 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 320       Advanced Portuguese
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) P: PRT 202
                        Conversation, reading, and writing to develop proficiency.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 340       Topics in Luso-Brazilian Language and Culture
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. P: PRT 202
                        Cultural issues related to Portuguese-speaking countries.
                        Effective Summer 2009 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 350       Introduction to Literary Analysis (W)
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: PRT 340 RB: Completion of Tier I Writing
              requirement
                        Reading and analysis of canonical poetry, drama, and prose of the Portuguese-speaking
                        world.
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

PRT 490       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas
                        supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

ROM 355       French, Italian and Spanish Cinema since 1930
              Spring of even years. 4(2-4) R: Not open to freshmen.
                       Major French, Italian, and Spanish films, film movements, and thematic trends.
                       Effective Fall 2010 Effective Fall 2012
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ROM 469       Topics in Comparative Literature
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with English. P: Completion of Tier I writing
              requirement. P: Completion of Tier I Writing Requirement R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
                       Relationships among writers, themes, genres, movements, and periods in different
                       national literatures and between literature and other arts.
                       Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ROM 801       Topics in Applied Romance Linguistics
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Major issues in applied linguistics and their relationship to Romance languages.
                       Effective Fall 1999 Effective Fall 2012

ROM 802       Topics in Theoretical Romance Linguistics
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Topics such as a comparison of the linguistic grammars of the Romance languages, and
                       their external and internal history.
                       Effective Fall 1992 Effective Fall 2012

ROM 803       Current Approaches to Romance Language Instruction
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0)
                        Theoretical and applied study of methodologies of teaching romance languages.
                        SA: SPN 800
                        Effective Fall 2002 Effective Fall 2012

ROM 805       Topics in Critical Theory
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1(1-0) A student may earn a maximum of 3 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Introduction to post-structuralist critical theory.
                        Effective Spring 1994 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 101       Elementary Spanish I
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 4(4-1) RB: Not open to students
              with prior study of the language Not open to students with credit in SPN 150.
                        Introduction to the practice of using and understanding Spanish to develop listening,
                        speaking, reading, and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural
                        topics.
                        Effective Summer 2008 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 102       Elementary Spanish II
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 4(4-1) P: (SPN 101) or designated
              score on Spanish Placement test Not open to students with credit in SPN 150.
                        Further practice in using and understanding Spanish to develop listening, speaking,
                        reading, and writing skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural topics.
                        Effective Summer 2008 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 150       Review of Elementary Spanish
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 5(5-1) RB: Two years of high school Spanish or equivalent.
              Not open to students with credit in SPN 101 or SPN 102.
                        Review of elementary-level Spanish for students who have some previous study of
                        Spanish and who need to strengthen communication skills and knowledge of Spanish
                        language and culture.
                        Effective Summer 2009 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 175       Spanish for Heritage Speakers I
              Fall of every year. Summer of every year. 3(3-0) RB: Exposure to Spanish at home or in the
              community equivalent of less than two years of high school Spanish. R: Approval of department.
                        Development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Spanish for students with
                        Spanish language background but little or no formal exposure.
                        Effective Spring 2005 Effective Fall 2012
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SPN 201       Second Year Spanish I
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 4(4-0) P: (SPN 102 or SPN 150) or
              designated score on Spanish Placement test
                        Intermediate-level review and development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing
                        skills. Topics in the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.
                        Effective Summer 2008 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 202       Second-Year Spanish II
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 4(4-0) P: (SPN 201) or designated
              score on Spanish Placement test
                        Further review and development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Topics
                        in the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.
                        Effective Summer 2008 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 250       Review of Intermediate Spanish
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 6(5-2) P: (SPN 150 or SPN 102) or designated score on
              Spanish Placement test RB: minimum 3.0/4.0 in SPN 150 or SPN 102 or designated score on
              placement test Not open to students with credit in SPN 201 or SPN 202.
                        Intermediate-level Spanish. Development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
                        Topics in the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. Communication skills and cross-
                        cultural understanding.
                        Effective Summer 2009 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 275       Spanish for Heritage Speakers II
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) RB: Exposure to Spanish at home or in the community equivalent of
              two to four years of high school Spanish. R: Approval of department.
                       Further development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Spanish for
                       students with Spanish language background and little formal exposure.
                       Effective Spring 2005 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 290       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 4 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects at the intermediate level arranged by an individual student and
                        supervised by a faculty member in areas supplementing, but not replacing, regular course
                        offerings.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 310       Basic Spanish Grammar
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (SPN 202 or SPN 250) or designated score on
              Spanish Placement test P: SPN 202 or SPN 250
                        Instruction and practice in the basic structural patterns of Spanish.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 320       Cultural Readings and Composition (W)
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (SPN 310) and completion of Tier I writing
              requirement
                        Readings from texts that discuss or embody Hispanic culture, and writing based on those
                        readings.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 330       Phonetics and Pronunciation
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (SPN 202 or SPN 250) or designated score on
              Spanish Placement test
                        Phonetic description of the sound system of Spanish, developed linguistically and applied
                        to the improvement of pronunciation and spoken Spanish.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012
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SPN 342       Media and Conversation
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) C: SPN 330 concurrently.
                        Discussion in Spanish via journalistic and entertainment media and exposure.
                        SA: SPN 340
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 350       Introduction to Reading Hispanic Literature (W)
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (SPN 320) and completion of Tier I writing
              requirement
                        Close reading of poetry, drama, and prose.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 412       Topics in Hispanic Culture
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) P: SPN 320
                        Analysis of diverse forms of cultural expression in the Spanish-speaking world.
                        SA: SPN 410
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 420       Spain and its Literature
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: SPN 350
                        Survey of literature written in Spain from the Middle Ages to the present.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 432       Latin America and its Literature
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: SPN 350
                        Survey of literature written in Spanish-speaking Latin America from the Colonial Period to
                        the present.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 440       The Structure of Spanish
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: SPN 330 and (LIN 200 and LIN 401 and ROM
              401 and ENG 302) P: ENG 302 and LIN 200 and LIN 401 and SPN 330
                        Overview of linguistic approaches to understanding the Spanish language.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 452       Topics in Spanish Language I (I)
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all
              enrollments for this course. P: SPN 320 and SPN 330 and SPN 342
                        Improvement of language skills through applied practice.
                        SA: SPN 450
                        Effective Summer 2005 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 462       Topics in Spanish Literature
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: SPN 420
                        Thematic topics in Spanish literature.
                        SA: SPN 460
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 472       Topics in the Literatures of the Americas
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: SPN 432
                       Thematic topics in the literature of the Spanish-speaking Americas.
                       SA: SPN 470
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 482       Topics in Spanish Linguistics
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. P: SPN 440
                        Advanced study of the structure and usage of Spanish.
                        SA: SPN 480
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012
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SPN 490       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits
              in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special project at the advanced level arranged by an individual student and supervised by
                        a faculty member in an area supplementing, but not replacing, regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 491       Special Topics in Spanish
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a
              maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special topics supplementing regular course offerings, proposed by faculty on a group
                        study basis.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 492       Senior Writing Project
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1(1-0) R: Open to seniors in the
              Spanish major.
                        Research and preparation of a paper on an interdisciplinary subject that synthesizes at
                        least three areas of a major's undergraduate education. Students work under the
                        supervision of a faculty member.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 805       Evolution of the Spanish Language
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Phonology, morphology and syntax of Spanish from its origins to the present.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 806       Topics in Hispanic Linguistics
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Issues in Spanish language in relation to current linguistic inquiry. Topics vary.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 807       Literary Theory
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) RB: B.A. in Spanish or equivalent
                        Contemporary approaches to literary study.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 810       Literature of the Reconquest
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: B.A. in Spanish or equivalent.
                        Works, genres, and writers of the Reconquest. Topics vary.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 815       Literature of Early Modern Spain
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: B.A. in Spanish or equivalent
                        Poetry, drama, and prose of 16th and 17th century Spain. Topics vary.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 825       Literature from the Illustration to Realism
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: B.A. in Spanish or equivalent
                        Literature from post-Baroque Spain to the Generation of 1898. Topics vary.
                        Effective Fall 2005 Effective Fall 2012
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SPN 830       Spanish Literature of the 20th-Century
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: B.A. in Spanish or equivalent
                       Authors, generations, and tendencies that shape the directions of Spanish literature in the
                       20th-Century. Topics vary.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 835       Colonial Latin American Literature
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: B.A. in Spanish or equivalent
                       Major authors and movements of the Colonial period. Topics vary.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 836       19th-Century Latin American Literature
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                        Major authors and movements of 19th-Century Latin America. Topics vary.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 840       20th-Century Latin American Literature
              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: B.A. in Spanish or equivalent
                       Poetry, drama, prose, fiction, and essay of Latin America. Topics vary.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 871       Seminar in Hispanic Literature and Society
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                        Intensive study of Hispanic cultures and literatures. Topics vary.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 872       Seminar in Literary Trends in the Hispanic World
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                        Intensive study of the cultural approach of Hispanic literary trends. Topics vary.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 873       Seminar in Major Hispanic Authors
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Major Hispanic authors. Topics vary.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 874       Seminar in Hispanic Literary Genres
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course.
                       Hispanic literary genres, including prose, poetry, theater, and essays. Topics vary.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 875       Seminar in Popular Culture in the Hispanic World
              Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: M.A. in Spanish or Hispanic cultural studies or the equivalent.
                        Popular Hispanic cultures. Topics vary.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 876       Seminar in Gender Studies in the Hispanic World
              Fall of even years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: M.A. in Spanish or Hispanic cultural studies or the equivalent
                        Gender studies including feminism and masculine identities.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012
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SPN 878       Seminar in Hispanic Cinema
              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
              course. RB: M.A. in Spanish or Hispanic cultural studies or the equivalent.
                       Hispanic cinema. Topics vary.
                       Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 890       Independent Study
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1 to 3 credits. A student may earn a
              maximum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special projects, directed reading, and research arranged by an individual graduate
                        student and a faculty member in areas supplementing regular course offerings.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 891       Special Topics in Spanish
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 3(3-0) A student may earn a
              maximum of 15 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Special topics supplementing regular course offerings proposed by faculty on a group
                        study basis.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

SPN 999       Doctoral Dissertation Research
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1 to 24 credits. A student may earn
              a maximum of 99 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                        Doctoral dissertation research.
                        Request the use of the Pass-No Grade (P-N) system.
                        Effective Fall 2003 Effective Fall 2012

WRA 0102      Preparation for College Writing
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 0(0-2) R: Not open to graduate students. C: WRA 1004
              concurrently.
                        Practice in applying the principles of English grammar, syntax, and word usage to writing.
                        Practice in applying varied strategies of invention, arrangement, revision, style and
                        delivery.
                        SA: ATL 0102
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 1004      Preparation for College Writing
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) R: Not open to graduate students. C: WRA 0102
              concurrently.
                        Composing, revising, and editing. Active reading and pre-writing strategies. Style,
                        mechanics, and usage. Organization and proofreading. The study and practice of varieties
                        of invention, arrangement, revision, style, and delivery to help students make successful
                        transitions to writing, reading, and researching in Tier 1 writing.
                        SA: ATL 1004
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 110       Writing: Science and Technology (I)
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or
              WRA 150 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 115 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or
              WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or WRA 150 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on American science
                        and technology to develop skills in narration, persuasion, analysis, and documentation.
                        The study and practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision, style and delivery
                        to help students make successful transitions to writing, reading, and researching in higher
                        education.
                        SA: ATL 110
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012
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WRA 115       Writing: Law and Justice in the United States
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 110 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or
              WRA 150 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or
              WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or WRA 150 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on American law and
                        justice to develop skills in narration, persuasion, analysis and documentation. The study
                        and practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision, style and delivery to help
                        students make successful transitions to writing, reading, and researching in higher
                        education.
                        SA: ATL 115
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 125       Writing: The American Ethnic and Racial Experience
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or
              WRA 150 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 130 or
              WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or WRA 150 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on the experience of
                        American ethnic and racial groups to develop skills in narration, persuasion, analysis, and
                        documentation. The study and practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision,
                        style and delivery to help students make successful transitions to writing, reading, and
                        researching in higher education.
                        SA: ATL 125
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 130       Writing: American Radical Thought
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or
              WRA 150 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 125 or
              WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or WRA 150 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on American radical
                        thought to develop skills in narration, persuasion, analysis, and documentation. The study
                        and practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision, style and delivery to help
                        students make successful transitions to writing, reading and researching in higher
                        education.
                        SA: ATL 130
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 135       Writing: Public Life in America
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or
              WRA 150 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 125 or
              WRA 130 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or WRA 150 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on American civic
                        tradition and community service-learning experiences to develop skills in narration,
                        persuasion, analysis, and documentation. The study and practice of varieties of invention,
                        arrangement, revision, style and delivery to help students make successful transitions to
                        writing, reading, and researching in higher education.
                        SA: ATL 135
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012
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WRA 140       Writing: Women in America
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 145 or
              WRA 150 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 125 or
              WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 145 or WRA 150 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on women in America
                        to develop skills in narration, persuasion, analysis, and documentation. The study and
                        practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision, style and delivery to help students
                        make successful transitions to writing, reading, and researching in higher education.
                        SA: ATL 140
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 145       Writing: Men in America
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or
              WRA 150 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 125 or
              WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 150 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on men in America to
                        develop skills in narration, persuasion, analysis, and documentation. The study and
                        practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision, style and delivery to help students
                        make successful transitions to writing, reading, and researching in higher education.
                        SA: ATL 145
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 150       Writing: The Evolution of American Thought
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) P: (WRA 1004) or designated score on English
              Placement test Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC
              112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or
              WRA 145 or WRA 195H or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or
              AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 125 or
              WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or WRA 195H.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from American historical, social, and
                        cultural texts to develop skills in narration, persuasion, analysis, and documentation. The
                        study and practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision, style and delivery to
                        help students make successful transitions to writing, reading, and researching in higher
                        education.
                        SA: ATL 150
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012

WRA 195H      Writing: Major Topics in American Thought
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 4(4-0) RB: Designated score on English placement test.
              Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB 133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or WRA
              110 or WRA 115 or WRA 120 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or
              WRA 150 or RCAH 111 or RCAH 112. Not open to students with credit in AL 192 or AL 192H or LB
              133 or MC 111 or MC 112 or RCAH 112 or WRA 110 or WRA 115 or WRA 125 or WRA 130 or
              WRA 135 or WRA 140 or WRA 145 or WRA 150.
                        Drafting, revising, and editing compositions derived from readings on major topics in
                        American thought to develop advanced skills in narration, persuasion, analysis, and
                        documentation. The study and practice of varieties of invention, arrangement, revision,
                        style and delivery to help students make successful transitions to writing, reading, and
                        researching in higher education.
                        SA: ATL 195H
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Summer 2012
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                                ELI BROAD COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

ITM 444       Information Technology Project Management
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Computer Science and Engineering and
              Telecommunication. P: ITM 311 R: Open to seniors in the Information Technology Specialization.
              R: Open to students in the Information Technology Specialization.
                       Practical training and experiences in design, testing, and launch of new information
                       technologies and systems.
                       Effective Summer 2008 Effective Fall 2012


                     COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION ARTS AND SCIENCES

ADV 330       Advertising Management
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: ADV 275 P: ADV 205 R: Open to students in the
              Advertising major. R: Open to sophomores or juniors or seniors in the Advertising major.
                        Advertising problems from the perspective of managers responsible for solving problems.
                        Identify problems, develop alternative solutions, and evaluate proposed solutions.
                        Effective Fall 2009 Effective Fall 2012

ADV 342       Account Planning
              Account Planning and Research
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: (ADV 330 or concurrently) or (ADV 340 or
              concurrently) or (ADV 350 or concurrently) P: ADV 205 R: Open to undergraduate students in
              the Advertising major or approval of department. R: Open to sophomores or juniors or seniors in
              the Advertising major.
                        Principles of account planning. Strategic thinking, use of focus groups, and other
                        qualitative methods. Principles of account planning. Strategic thinking, use of focus
                        groups, and other qualitative and quantitative methods. Applied media research
                        methods, practices, techniques and ethics in media settings.
                        Effective Fall 2009 Effective Fall 2012

ADV 350       Advertising Media Planning and Strategy
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: ADV 275 P: ADV 205 R: Open to students in the
              Advertising major. R: Open to sophomores or juniors or seniors in the Advertising major.
                        Introduction to advertising media planning. Characteristics of media, media terminology
                        and calculations. Use of syndicated media research and development of media plans.
                        SA: ADV 346
                        Effective Fall 2009 Effective Fall 2012

ADV 352       Media Sales
              Fall of every year. 3(3-0) P: ADV 275 or MKT 313 R: Open to juniors or seniors in the Advertising
              major or in the Sales Communication Specialization. R: Open to undergraduate students in the
              Advertising major or in the Sales Communication Specialization.
                        Process of media sales, operation of sales and marketing departments, analyzing local
                        media, and customized advertising using cross-selling.
                        Effective Fall 2009 Effective Fall 2012

ADV 375       Consumer Behavior
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 3(3-0) P: ADV 205 R: Open to
              juniors or seniors in the Advertising major or in the Retailing major or in the Sales Communication
              Specialization. R: Open to sophomores or juniors or seniors in the Advertising major or in the
              Sales Communication Specialization.
                        Theories of consumer behavior and their applications to advertising, public relations and
                        retailing. Theories of consumer behavior and their applications to promotions disciplines.
                        Using theories to solve problems and make managerial decisions faced by practitioners in
                        advertising agencies, suppliers, and client side marketing functions.
                        SA: ADV 473
                        Effective Summer 2010 Effective Fall 2012
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February 9, 2012


ADV 456       Interactive Advertising Management
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: ADV 330 or ADV 340 or ADV 350 P: ADV 330 or
              ADV 350 R: Open to students in the Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Retailing.
                        Theory and practice of interactive advertising, e-commerce, Internet advertising, online
                        sales promotion, online public relations, virtual communities, and Internet research.
                        Effective Fall 2008 Effective Fall 2012

ADV 486       Integrated Campaigns
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 4(3-2) P: {{ADV 324 or (ADV 330 or
              ADV 350)} and (ADV 375 or concurrently)} or ADV 325 P: (CAS 110 and ADV 330 and ADV 342
              and ADV 350 and ADV 375) or ADV 325
                        Development of integrated marketing and advertising campaigns for clients. Creative,
                        media and marketing communication elements.
                        Request the use of ET-Extension to postpone grading.
                        The work for the course must be completed and the final grade reported within 1 semester
                        after the end of the semester of enrollment.
                        Effective Fall 2011 Effective Fall 2012

ADV 494       Practicum in Research and Instruction
              Fall of every year. Spring of every year. Summer of every year. 1 to 4 credits. A student may earn a
              maximum of 4 credits in all enrollments for this course. R: Open to sophomores or juniors or
              seniors in the Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Retailing. Approval of department.
NEW                     Structured participation in departmental research teams, classroom management, and
                        applied practice in the community.
                        Request the use of the Pass-No Grade (P-N) system.
                        Effective Fall 2012


                                      COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

KIN 455       Issues in School Health Education
              Spring of every year. 3(3-0) P: KIN 420
                       Community health issues and resources affecting educational programming. Teaching
                       methods and techniques as applicable to traditional and controversial health topics.
                       DELETE COURSE
                       Effective Summer 2012

				
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