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Oregon State University Curricular Changes - Effective for Academic Year 12/13/2008 to 3/20/2009
This List Submitted to OrACRAO on:

Curricular Change Cycle: Winter Term 2009

Annual Submission Date:

Name & Contact Info of Person Updating this Template: Larry Bulling, larry.bulling@oregonstate.edu

Effective Term      New(N) Modified(M) Deleted(D)        Prefix   Course#      Course Title                         Credits        Course Description                                                                       Column1
Winter 2009         D                                    CE       495          TRAFFIC OPERATIONS AND DESIGN        0.00 OR 3.00   Traffic operations and engineering; human and vehicular characteristics; traffic
                                                                                                                                   stream characteristics; highway capacity analysis; intersection operation, control and
                                                                                                                                   design.
Winter 2009         D                                    FST      468          SENSORY EVALUATION OF WINES          2.00           Fundamentals of sensory evaluation of wines including character descriptions,
                                                                                                                                   defects, and sensory evaluation techniques.
Winter 2009         D                                    HORT     233          VEGETABLE CROPS                      0.00 OR 4.00   Introduction to various vegetable crops grown in the PNW. Botanical relationships,
                                                                                                                                   breeding systems for varietal propagation, and traits of importance to growers,
                                                                                                                                   processors, and consumers are discussed. Fresh material is used to illustrate varietal
                                                                                                                                   differences and traits of importance. Offered alternate years.

Winter 2009         D                                    PAC      128          CREW II                              1.00           Review and refinement of rowing techniques; appropriate water safety instruction;
                                                                                                                                   technical and physical skills. Conditioning oriented practices.
Winter 2009         D                                    PAC      170          FOOTBALL, FLASH                      1.00           Offensive and defensive positions in fast, exciting game of football (touch/flag).

Winter 2009         D                                    PHAR     723          PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION: PHARMACY   2.00           An orientation to the future pharmacist with an emphasis on professionalism and
                                                                               PRACTICE SYMPOSIUM I                                legal aspects of pharmacy, in addition to ethical decision-making. Preparation for the
                                                                                                                                   experiential component of the program will also take place within the course.
                                                                                                                                   Graded P/N.
Winter 2009         D                                    PHAR     724          HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS I                 2.00           Examination of the U.S. healthcare industry and the public healthcare system, as
                                                                                                                                   they relate to pharmacy. Emphasis is given to changing relationships between
                                                                                                                                   healthcare systems, patients, providers of care, hospitals, insurers, employers and
                                                                                                                                   the government.
Winter 2009         D                                    SED      309          FIELD PRACTICUM: SCIENCE AND         3.00           Placement in elementary or middle school (grades 3-8) to assist students in
                                                                               MATHEMATICS                                         developing competencies with children and early adolescents in
                                                                                                                                   science/mathematics classes.
Winter 2009         D                                    TCE      320          ^FOSTERING SUPPORTIVE LEARNING       2.00           Explores the factors that influence behavior and develop supportive learning
                                                                               ENVIRONMENTS                                        environments, including those associated with multicultural student populations,
                                                                                                                                   theoretical and research-based group management techniques and strategies, and
                                                                                                                                   the influence of learning activities on group management. TCE 320 and TCE 348
                                                                                                                                   form a two-course writing intensive sequence. All written assignments will be
                                                                                                                                   assessed using the Oregon Department of Education Scoring Guide for Writing
                                                                                                                                   criteria. (Writing Intensive Course)

Winter 2009         D                                    TCE      348          ^DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION AND     2.00           Addresses special abilities and needs of learners; helps prepare teachers to develop
                                                                               STUDENTS W/EXCEPTIONALITIES                         strategies and instructional practices for diverse learners and students with
                                                                                                                                   exceptionalities in an inclusive classroom. TCE 348 and TCE 320 form a two-course
                                                                                                                                   writing intensive sequence. All written assignments will be assessed using the
                                                                                                                                   Oregon Department of Education Scoring Guide for Writing criteria. (Writing
                                                                                                                                   Intensive Course)
Winter 2009         D                                    TCE      418          CIVIL RIGHTS IN EDUCATION            2.00           Overview of legal issues directly related to teachers and students. Course focuses on
                                                                                                                                   Supreme Court decisions fundamental to schools and classrooms.
Winter 2009   M   AREC   442   AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT        4              Application of economic, financial, and strategic management principles to
                                                                                      agricultural business with a focus on a case-study framework for analysis and
                                                                                      business decision making for alternative business management strategies.

Winter 2009   M   BA     590   NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT                 3.00           An in-depth examination of the strategic importance of understanding customers
                                                                                      and their needs. This examination includes both theoretical and practical analyses of
                                                                                      the rationale and limits of the marketing concept, marketing planning, segmentation
                                                                                      and positioning, and the long-term value of customers. The course integrates
                                                                                      concepts drawn from the fields of marketing, economics, marketing research
                                                                                      (qualitative and quantitative), and buyer behavior.

Winter 2009   M   BEE    221                                                          Introduction to the concepts and practice of ecological engineering including
                                                                                      characteristics, classification, and modeling of ecosystems; ecosystem protection;
                                                                                      and sustainable uses of ecosystems, including treatment wetlands, land treatment
                                                                                      systems, and ecologically sensitive stormwater management, to meet the needs of
                                                                                      human societies. PREREQS: One year of college biology and chemistry, MTH 256 or
                                                                                      instructor approval required.
Winter 2009   M   CE     201   CIVIL ENGINEERING II: ENGINEERING       3.00           Introduces the engineering design process and graphic skills that are used by civil
                               GRAPHICS AND DESIGN                                    engineers. Topics include design process, geometric construction, multiviews,
                                                                                      auxiliary views, sections, dimensioning, tolerances and engineering drawing
                                                                                      standards. Students participate in team design projects and presentations. Graphic
                                                                                      and design projects from the areas of civil engineering

Winter 2009   M   CE     202   CIVIL ENGINEERING III: GEOSPATIAL       3.00           Introductory design principles presented with the use of GIS and geospatial
                               INFORMATION AND GIS                                    information (remote sensing, GPS, surveying, and aerial photography) for civil
                                                                                      engineering problem solving. Introduction to the integration of geospatial data and
                                                                                      analysis for decision making and management for site selection, mitigation, change
                                                                                      analysis, modeling and assessment. Standard software and custom programming
                                                                                      used in course. Students participate in both individual and team projects and
                                                                                      presentations. Projects from the area of civil engineering.

Winter 2009   M   CE     313   HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING                   0.00 OR 4.00   Analysis of large civil engineering fluid systems including conduit flow, multiple
                                                                                      reservoirs, pipe networks, pumps, turbines, open channel flow, and hydraulic
                                                                                      structures.
Winter 2009   M   CEM    343   CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND SCHEDULING    0.00 OR 4.00   Principles of construction planning, scheduling, and resource optimization;
                                                                                      scheduling techniques and calculations; methods for integrating project resources
                                                                                      (materials, equipment, personnel, and money) into the schedule.
Winter 2009   M   DHE    289   STUDIO II: RESIDENTIAL SPACE PLANNING   4.00           Utilization of space planning principles in the design of residences. Includes
                                                                                      rendering, perspective drawing, graphic communication techniques, and model
                                                                                      building.
Winter 2009   M   DHE    453   PRODUCT QUALITY ASSURANCE               0.00 OR 4.00   Analysis and evaluation of textile materials and final products in relation to end use.
                                                                                      Performance properties and serviceability testing, product specifications and
                                                                                      industrial standards. Lec/lab.
Winter 2009   M   FE     309   FOREST PHOTOGRAMMETRY                   0.00 OR 4.00   Fundamentals of aerial photography and photogrammetry as applied to forestry
                                                                                      problems including concepts of photo geometry, scale, film and filter types, and
                                                                                      interpretation. Emphasis is on concepts of aerial photo geometry and interpretation
                                                                                      as related to mapping, GIS, and field orientation.

Winter 2009   M   FW     320   INTRODUCTORY POPULATION DYNAMICS        4              Principles and concepts of population dynamics related to fish and wildlife
                                                                                      populations; methods of estimating abundance, mortality, sustainable harvest levels
                                                                                      and extinction risk; hands-on introduction to models for population analysis.
                                                                                      PREREQS: (BI 370 or BI 370H or BI 371). College-level algebra, introductory
                                                                                      calculus and statistics recommended.
Winter 2009   M   FW     360   ORIGINS OF F&W MGMT - EVOLUTION,        3              Examines genetics and human interactions with fisheries and wildlife from an
                               GENETICS, AND ECOLOGY                                  ecological and evolutionary perspective. Basic principles of environmental
                                                                                      interactions, and how humans interact with other species and their environments in
                                                                                      the disciplines commonly recognized as fisheries, wildlife and conservation sciences.

Winter 2009   M   HORT   351   FLORICULTURE AND GREENHOUSE SYSTEMS     4              For students interested in growing plants in commercial or educational greenhouses.
                                                                                      This course actively explores the production and scheduling of floriculture crops for
                                                                                      various markets. It combines the practical aspects of growing floral crops under
                                                                                      environments created by traditional and technologically advanced greenhouses.
                                                                                      Greenhouse structures and
                                                                                      crop environment manipulation will be emphasized. Students actively manage a
                                                                                      floriculture crop and are responsible for developing and implementing production
                                                                                      schedules, and for making key decisions on the culture of diverse floral crops.



Winter 2009   M   HORT   453   GRAPEVINE GROWTH & PHYSIOLOGY           0.00 OR 3.00   The physiological aspects of grapevine growth and development including
                                                                                      dormancy, flowering and fruit set, vegetative growth, fruit development and water
                                                                                      relations. Additional topics include taxonomy, morphology and physiological
                                                                                      influences of vineyard mesoclimate and vine microclimate.
Winter 2009   M   MRM    535
Winter 2009   M   MTH    524   DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS THEORY AND            3.00           Theory, models, and problems for discrete and/or continuous dynamical
                               APPLICATIONS                                           systems. Depending on term, the emphasis may be towards deterministic or
                                                                                      stochastic systems. Topics generally include stability theory, periodic
                                                                                      behavior, and chaotic systems. Models selected from biology, economics,
                                                                                      fluid dynamics, and electrical and mechanical systems. May be repeated once for
                                                                                      credit with different topics.
Winter 2009   M   PHAR   738   HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS I                    2.00           Examination of the U.S. healthcare industry and the public healthcare system, as
                                                                                      they relate to pharmacy. Emphasis is given to changing relationships between
                                                                                      healthcare systems, patients, providers of care, hospitals, insurers, employers and
                                                                                      the government.
Winter 2009   M   SNR    506


Winter 2009   M   SNR    511


Winter 2009   M   SNR    520   SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE NATURAL                  SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCES (3) Using readings,
                               RESOURCES                                              personal experiences, and class discussions, students explore five principles of
                                                                                      socially sustainable natural resource management, and review the role they play in
                                                                                      creating natural-resource-based sustainable communities.

Winter 2009   M   SNR    521


Winter 2009   M   SNR    522                                           3              Examines basic philosophies and ethical systems in American forestry, including
                                                                                      Pinchot's agricultural/utilitarian approach and Leopold's biotic/ecological
                                                                                      model,compares them to contemporary public attitudes and considers their
                                                                                      implications for sustainability. PREREQS: Part of SNR Graduate Certificate, and also
                                                                                      open to other graduate students.
Winter 2009   M   SNR   530                                                             Focus on ecological sustainbility and ecological concepts and principles, with
                                                                                        examples drawn from forests and arid lands. Exploration of global ecosystems,
                                                                                        ecological processes and services, factors that create and maintain diversity,
                                                                                        ecosystem health and integrity. Principles for sustainable natural resource
                                                                                        management and use.
Winter 2009   M   SNR   531   SUSTAINABLE SILVICULTURE AND FOREST        3              Strategies for sustainable silviculture, and measuring and verifying environmental
                              CERTIFICATION                                             performance (including certification systems) are examined using classroom
                                                                                        lectures, case studies, and field exercises. Part of Sustainable Natural Resources
                                                                                        Graduate Certificate; also open to other graduate students.

Winter 2009   M   SNR   533                                              2 To 2 (Max 2) SNR 533 ALTERNATIVE (NONTIMBER) FOREST PRODUCTS (2)
                                                                                        Explore the economic, environmental, and sociocultural components of
                                                                                        understanding and managing alternative forest products, also known as nontimber
                                                                                        forest products (NTFPs), while considering other natural/social resources. Part of
                                                                                        THE 18-credit Sustainable Natural Resources (SNR) Graduate Certificate; also open
                                                                                        to other graduate students.
Winter 2009   M   SNR   534                                              2              SNR 534 Reduced Impact Timber Harvest (2)
                                                                                        Explores planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of reduced impact
                                                                                        timber harvesting. Part of 18-credit Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Natural
                                                                                        Resources (SNR), and also open to other graduate students.

Winter 2009   M   TCE   219   CIVIL RIGHTS AND MULTICULTURAL ISSUES IN   3              Examination of the context of working with students, schools, communities, and
                              EDUCATION                                                 workplaces; the diversity of learning cultures (e.g. urban, suburban, rural) and the
                                                                                        diversity among learners within those different cultures; and the influence of culture
                                                                                        on one's learning.
Winter 2009   N   ANS   190   INTRODUCTION TO HORSEMANSHIP               1 (Max 3)      Designed for students with little to no experience in horsemanship. Students will be
                                                                                        introduced to safe handling methods including approaching and haltering the horse,
                                                                                        tying, leading, lunging, and grooming. Students will be familiarized with parts of the
                                                                                        horse and tack, tack care and how to tack up a horse. In the arena, students will
                                                                                        learn how to safely mount and dismount, basic position, cues, and control of the
                                                                                        horse at the walk and trot. Emphasis will be placed on safety and developing the
                                                                                        rider’s balance, confidence, and control. May be repeated for credit.

Winter 2009   N   BA    455   MANAGEMENT FIELD PRACTICUM I               4              This is the first course in a two-course series that provides an integrative application
                                                                                        of key management principles and tools to real life project(s). Students will be
                                                                                        responsible for developing, designing, executing, and evaluating projects.

Winter 2009   N   BA    456   MANAGEMENT FIELD PRACTICUM II              4              This is the second course in a two-course series that provides an integrative
                                                                                        application of key management principles and tools to real life project(s). Students
                                                                                        will be responsible for developing, designing, executing, and evaluating projects.

Winter 2009   N   BOT   322   ECONOMIC AND ETHNOBOTANY: THE ROLE OF 3                   Economic and cultural (ethnobotanical) uses of plants and fungi by humans,
                              PLANTS IN HUMAN CULTU                                     including domesticated cultivated plants as well as wild-growing plants, and uses of
                                                                                        plants and fungi by indigenous cultures.
Winter 2009   N   BOT   323   FLOWERING PLANTS OF THE WORLD              3              Global perspective of plant biodiversity with a focus on evolutionary origins,
                                                                                        classification, and evolutionary relationships of the major groups of plants.
                                                                                        Development and application of scientific writing and utilization of online information
                                                                                        resources in plant evolutionary biology.
Winter 2009   N   CSS   418   TOXIC PLANTS IN PNW PASTURES               1              Identifying and understanding ecology and biology of harmful weeds and poisonous
                                                                                        plants found in Pacific Northwest pastures and rangelands and determining best
                                                                                        management and control options.
Winter 2009   N   ENG    510   GRADUATE INTERNSHIP IN ENGLISH           1 To 2 (Max 4) Analogous to ENG 410: Internship in English. Provides graduate students with
                                                                                       supervised, on-the-job work experience and professional development. Includes
                                                                                       academic readings.
Winter 2009   N   FOR    350   URBAN FORESTRY                           3              Introduction to principles and practices of planting and managing trees as a system
                                                                                       of urban environment; understanding the economic, environmental, social benefits
                                                                                       of urban forests, and an overview of contemporary land use issues and societal
                                                                                       perspectives between people and plants. No prerequisites required. Foundational
                                                                                       forestry and horticulture courses are recommended.

Winter 2009   N   FW     491   FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY    4              Introduction to diseases of fish and will cover pathogens important to aquaculture
                               AND AQUACULTURE                                         and ornamental industries as well as to wild fish populations and conservation
                                                                                       programs.
Winter 2009   N   HORT   350   URBAN FORESTRY                           3              Introduction to principles and practices of planting and managing trees as a system
                                                                                       of urban environment; understanding the economic, environmental, social benefits
                                                                                       of urban forests, and an overview of contemporary land use issues and societal
                                                                                       perspectives between people and plants. No prerequisites required. Foundational
                                                                                       forestry and horticulture courses are recommended.

Winter 2009   N   IE     212   COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR INDUSTRIAL     4              Engineering problem solving using computational methods. Data structures.
                               ENGINEERING                                             Modular programming. Sorting and search algorithms. Algorithms for inventory
                                                                                       models, production scheduling, production line analysis, and optimization.

Winter 2009   N   MB     491   FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY    4              Introduction to diseases of fish and will cover pathogens important to aquaculture
                               AND AQUACULTURE                                         and ornamental industries as well as to wild fish populations and conservation
                                                                                       programs.
Winter 2009   N   MRM    520   COASTAL LAW                              3              The Coastal Law course examines federal and state judicial and legislative protection
                                                                                       of public beach access rights; ownership and use of tide and submerged lands,
                                                                                       including the public trust doctrine and the federal and state navigation servitudes;
                                                                                       federal and state protection of wetlands; and the Federal Coastal Zone Management
                                                                                       Act.
Winter 2009   N   MRM    521   OCEAN LAW                                3              Utilizing the framework of the international Law of the Sea Convention, this course
                                                                                       covers United States law regarding renewable and non-renewable ocean energy
                                                                                       resources, fisheries, marine mammal and marine endangered species protection,
                                                                                       marine pollution, and marine protected areas including marine reserves.

Winter 2009   N   NE     561   NUCLEAR REACTOR SYSTEMS LABORATORY       3              Operational aspects of nuclear reactor systems; neutronic and thermal-hydraulic
                                                                                       characterization of nuclear reactors; examination of design basis accident prevention
                                                                                       and mitigation; loss of coolant accidents; loss of flow accidents; station blackouts.

Winter 2009   N   NR     350   SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES                  4              Introduction to the concept of sustainable communities from a multi-disciplinary
                                                                                       perspective. Instructors from a broad array of disciplines and professions.
                                                                                       Development of holistic thinking skills and innovative solutions to complex problems.




Winter 2009   N   PAC    156   DANCE: COUNTRY WESTERN III/(MEN/WOMEN) 1 (Max 11)       Advanced 2-step patterns and styling with a focus on musical interpretation;
                                                                                       development of leading and following.
Winter 2009   N   PAC    170   DANCE: WEST COAST SWING II/ (MEN/WOMEN) 1 (Max 11)      Intermediate patterns, syncopations, play techniques, and styling with a focus on
                                                                                       musical interpretation; development of leading and following.
Winter 2009   N   PHAR   708   PHARMACY PRACTICE SYMPOSIUM II          2   This course is designed to provide an orientation to the future pharmacist with an
                                                                           emphasis on professionalism and legal aspects of pharmacy, in addition to ethical
                                                                           decision-making. Preparation for the experiential component of the program will also
                                                                           take place within the course.
Winter 2009   N   PHAR   736   FOUNDATIONS II: AUTONOMIC DRUG ACTIONS 3    Drug actions in the autonomic nervous system (ANS) provide a template for
                                                                           understanding drug actions throughout biological systems. This course provides a
                                                                           complete consideration of pharmacologic and medicinal chemistry principles as they
                                                                           relate to drug interactions with the ANS. Treatment options for selected diseases
                                                                           that respond to drugs acting on the ANS are also addressed.

Winter 2009   N   TCE    340   SUPPORTIVE DIFFERENTIATED ENVIRONMENTS 3    Addresses special abilities and needs of learners and helps prepare teachers to
                                                                           develop strategies and instructional practices for diverse learners and students with
                                                                           exceptionalities in a supportive and inclusive classroom
Winter 2009   N   VMB    328   CAPTURE AND IMMOBILIZATION TECHNIQUES   2   Manual and chemical restraint methods are covered with an emphasis on darting
                                                                           equipment, animal and human safety, drug pharmacology and species specific
                                                                           recommendations. Lec/lab.
Winter 2009   N   VMB    772   INTERNATIONAL VETERINARY MEDICINE       2   This course is an elective which enables veterinary students to work with
                                                                           veterinarians and domestic animals in international settings.
Winter 2009   N   WS     440   WOMEN AND NATURAL RESOURCES             3   This course explores the relationship between women and natural resources. In
                                                                           particular, the course examines the roles of policy, technology, culture, and
                                                                           management in women's use and control of natural resources.
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Course Designator, Credit, Description,      3753
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Course Designator, Credit, Description,      3765
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