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Oregon State University Curricular Changes
This List Submitted to OrACRAO on: July 2008

Curricular Change Cycle: Winter Term January to March 2008

Annual Submission Date: Curriculum changes are ongoing.

Name & Contact Info of Person Updating this Template: Larry Bulling, 541-737-9889. larry.bulling@oregonstate.edu

Effective Term      New(N)          Prefix      Course#      Course Title
                    Modified(M)
                    Deleted(D)
Column1             Column2         Column3     Column4      Column5
Winter 2008         D               ECE         391          TRANSMISSION LINES AND ELECTROMAGNETIC
                                                             WAVES
Winter 2008         D               ECE         465          COMPUTER NETWORKS AND PROTOCOLS


Winter 2008         D               FOR         323          RECREATION RESEARCH METHODS

Winter 2008         D               FOR         442          SILVICULTURE REFORESTATION


Winter 2008         D               FOR         485          *CONSENSUS AND NATURAL RESOURCES




Winter 2008         D               MCB         553          STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF EUKARYOTIC
                                                             CELLS


Winter 2008         M               ACTG        325          INTRODUCTION TO TAX




Winter 2008         M               ACTG        378          ACCOUNTING INFORMATION MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008         M               ANS         313          APPLIED ANIMAL NUTRITION: FEEDS AND
                                                             RATION FORMULATION




Winter 2008         M               ANTH        240          INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL
                                                             ANTHROPOLOGY


Winter 2008         M               AS          111          FOUNDATIONS OF THE AIR FORCE




Winter 2008         M               AS          112          FOUNDATIONS OF THE AIR FORCE
Winter 2008   M   AS   112   FOUNDATIONS OF THE AIR FORCE PART II




Winter 2008   M   AS   113   FOUNDATIONS OF THE AIR FORCE PART III




Winter 2008   M   AS   211   THE EVOLUTION OF AIR AND SPACE POWER
                             1860-1945




Winter 2008   M   AS   212   THE EVOLUTION OF AIR AND SPACE POWER
                             1945-1990




Winter 2008   M   AS   213   THE EVOLUTION OF AIR AND SPACE POWER
                             1991-2025




Winter 2008   M   AS   312   EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION AND GROUP
                             CONFLICT MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   AS   313   LEADERSHIP, ETHICS, AIR FORCE CORE
                             VALUES AND ACCOUNTABILITY




Winter 2008   M   AS   411   NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS




Winter 2008   M   AS   412   WORLD REGIONAL CULTURAL STUDIES




Winter 2008   M   BA   213   MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING


Winter 2008   M   BA   276   INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL INFERENCE
Winter 2008   M   BA   302   BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROCESSES




Winter 2008   M   BA   333   LEGAL AND ETHICAL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS




Winter 2008   M   BA   340   FINANCE




Winter 2008   M   BA   347   INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS




Winter 2008   M   BA   352   MANAGING INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM
                             PERFORMANCE




Winter 2008   M   BA   357   OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA   360   INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA   371   BUSINESS SYSTEMS DESIGN




Winter 2008   M   BA   396   FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING RESEARCH


Winter 2008   M   BA   440   ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA   441   FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Winter 2008   M   BA     442   INVESTMENTS




Winter 2008   M   BA     444   FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA     445   INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA     447   TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS


Winter 2008   M   BA     452   LEADERSHIP AND TEAM BUILDING


Winter 2008   M   BA     453   HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA     460   VENTURE MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA     469   ^STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   M   BA     479   BUSINESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND
                               NETWORKING




Winter 2008   M   BI     111   INTRODUCTION TO MARINE LIFE IN THE SEA




Winter 2008   M   BIOE   485   METABOLIC ENGINEERING


Winter 2008   M   CE     582   MASONRY DESIGN


Winter 2008   M   CE     586   PRESTRESSED CONCRETE


Winter 2008   M   CS     480   TRANSLATORS
Winter 2008   M   CSS   525   SUSTAINING SOIL PRODUCTIVITY




Winter 2008   M   CSS   645   SOIL MICROBIAL ECOLOGY




Winter 2008   M   DHE   187   INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN COMMUNICATION


Winter 2008   M   DHE   387   STUDIO III: ADVANCED DESIGN
                              COMMUNICATION

Winter 2008   M   DHE   389   STUDIO IV: KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN


Winter 2008   M   DHE   428   APPAREL PRODUCTION PROCESSES




Winter 2008   M   DHE   432   STUDIO V: ADVANCED HOUSING STUDIO


Winter 2008   M   ECE   112   INTRODUCTION TO ECE: CONCEPTS




Winter 2008   M   ECE   331   ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION




Winter 2008   M   ECE   352   SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS II




Winter 2008   M   ECE   464   DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING




Winter 2008   M   ECE   471   ADVANCED DIGITAL LOGIC AND INTEGRATED
                              CIRCUIT DESIGN
Winter 2008   M   FOR   422/522   RESEARCH METHODS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE




Winter 2008   M   FOR   446       WILDLAND FIRE ECOLOGY




Winter 2008   M   FOR   454       MANAGING AT THE WILDLAND-URBAN
                                  INTERFACE


Winter 2008   M   FW    446       WILDLAND FIRE ECOLOGY




Winter 2008   M   GEO   324       GEOGRAPHY OF LIFE: SPECIES
                                  DISTRIBUTIONS AND CONSERVATION

Winter 2008   M   IE    366       WORK SYSTEMS ENGINEERING




Winter 2008   M   IE    415       SIMULATION AND DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS




Winter 2008   M   IE    471       PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING




Winter 2008   M   IE    498       INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS AND
                                  DESIGN




Winter 2008   M   MB    456       MICROBIAL GENETICS AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Winter 2008   M   MB     668   BIOINFORMATICS AND GENOMICS




Winter 2008   M   MCB    668   BIOINFORMATICS AND GENOMICS




Winter 2008   M   NR     201   MANAGING NATURAL RESOURCES FOR THE
                               FUTURE


Winter 2008   M   NS     313   NAVAL OPERATIONS AND SEAMANSHIP

Winter 2008   M   NS     321   EVOLUTION OF WARFARE I

Winter 2008   M   NS     322   EVOLUTION OF WARFARE II




Winter 2008   M   PHAR   540   MEDICINAL NATURAL PRODUCTS CHEMISTRY




Winter 2008   M   RNG    446   WILDLAND FIRE ECOLOGY




Winter 2008   M   SED    581   PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND
                               PRACTICUM IN MATHEMATICS
Winter 2008   M   SED    592   PROFESSIONAL DEVELOMENT AND PRACTICUM
                               IN SCIENCE
Winter 2008   M   SED    597   PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN
                               MATHEMATICS & SCIENCE EDUCATION
Winter 2008   M   VMC    785   SMALL ANIMAL SURGERY

Winter 2008   N   ANTH   464   ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO
                               ETHNOHISTORY




Winter 2008   N   DHE    594   RESEARCH METHODS IN DESIGN AND HUMAN
                               ENVIRONMENT

Winter 2008   N   EXSS   435   PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROMOTION


Winter 2008   N   FOR    360   COLLABORATION AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT




Winter 2008   N   HORT   318   APPLIED ECOLOGY OF MANAGED ECOSYTEMS




Winter 2008   N   HST    352   AFRICANS IN LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY


Winter 2008   N   NE     440   NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE AND WASTE
                               MANAGEMENT

Winter 2008   N   NFM    341   NUTRITION FOR EXERCISE

Winter 2008   N   OC     630   OCEAN WAVE MECHANICS I




Winter 2008   N   OC     631   OCEAN WAVE MECHANICS II




Winter 2008   N   OC     634   LONG WAVE MECHANICS




Winter 2008   N   OC     635   APPLIED MODELING OF NEARSHORE
                               PROCESSES
Winter 2008   N   PHAR   792   HOSPITAL/HEALTH SYSTEMS PATIENT CARE
                               CLERKSHIP


Winter 2008   N   VMC    774   MEDICINE LABORATORY II

Winter 2008   N   WS     380   MUSLIM WOMEN
ry.bulling@oregonstate.edu

                 Credits        Course Description                                                                  Type Of Change


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                 0.00 OR 4.00   Transmission lines and electromagnetic waves with application to engineering
                                problems. Lec/lab.
                 4.00           Communication protocols for computer networks. Discussion of OSI hierarchy,
                                examples of data link layer and MAC layer protocols, TCP/IP, performance
                                analysis and modeling.
                 0.00 OR 4.00   Research methods applied to the study of outdoor recreation issues and
                                problems; interpretation of research results.
                 0.00 OR 4.00   Seed, seedlings, and cuttings. Nursery operation, planting techniques, seeding
                                and vegetation management. Herbivores, uses of fire in reforestation. Two-
                                day field trips required.
                 3.00           Students will use a working group approach. They will select a natural
                                resource topic, study the team process and interaction as a method of
                                learning, explore the issue using systems practice and strive for consensus on
                                solutions to their issue. CROSSLISTED as ANS 485/ANS 585, FW 485/FW 585,
                                SOC 485/SOC 585. (Bacc Core Course)
                 3.00           Examination of structural elements in eukaryotic cells and their relationship to
                                function. Topics include methods for cellular analysis, membranes, organelles,
                                intracellular sorting, cytoskeleton, cell signaling, and cell cycles.
                                Lecture/discussion format.
                 4.00           Provides a broad overview of the federal tax system as it applies to individuals Prerequisites/
                                and business entities that includes fundamental tax compliance issues related Corequisites
                                to income, deductions and losses, and specialized topics. Emphasis is placed
                                on applying tax to decision making and the ability to research tax issues.

                 4.00           Introduces students to the field of information management. Topics include          Prerequisites/
                                information systems technology, the strategic role of IT, the business              Corequisites
                                applications of networks, databases and Internet technologies, the system life
                                cycle model, systems analysis and design methodologies, and the
                                development and implementation of information systems.

                 0.00 OR 4.00   Discusses topics relevant to feedstuff identification and nutrient analysis, feed   Prerequisites/
                                processing and formulation of balanced animal diets based on nutrient               Corequisites
                                requirements. Provides students hands-on experiences in identifying various
                                feedstuffs and formulating rations based on the nutrient composition of those
                                feedstuffs.
                 3.00           An investigation of the origin of modern people (Homo sapiens) in a historical      Title
                                context; review of key discoveries and current research on the relationships
                                between humans and other primates; exploration of contrasting views of
                                humanity. (SS)
                 1.00           Survey of the structure and missions of Air Force organizations; officership        Description,
                                and professionalism; and an introduction to communication skills.                   Prerequisites/
                                                                                                                    Corequisites,
                                                                                                                    Title

                 1.00           Survey of the structure and missions of Air Force organizations; officership        Description,
                                and professionalism; and an introduction to communication skills.                   Prerequisites/
                                                                                                                    Corequisites,
                                                                                                                    Title
1.00   Second part of the introduction to the Air Force mission and organization.          Description,
       Featured topics include: Air Force career opportunities, Air Force benefits,        Prerequisites/
       military communication skills, Air Force Installations, and look at the basic       Corequisites,
       characteristics of war. Basic oral and written communication will be assessed.      Title

1.00   Third part of the introduction of what the Air Force is about and what the Air      Description,
       Force has to offer. Featured topics include: basic leadership, team building,       Prerequisites/
       interpersonal skills, diversity in the Air Force, and the oath of office and        Corequisites,
       commissioning. Basic oral and written communication will be assessed.               Title

1.00   Study of the development of air power, concepts, and doctrine from its              Description,
       beginnings to the end of World War II. Historical examples examined include         Prerequisites/
       balloons, dirigibles, Wright Brother's first flight, and the role of air power in   Corequisites,
       World War I and II. Oral and written communication skills will be assessed.         Title

1.00   Study of the development of air power, concepts, and doctrine during the Cold Description,
       War. Historical examples examined include the Berlin Airlift, Nuclear         Prerequisites/
       Deterrence, and the role of air employment in the Korean and Vietnam          Corequisites,
       Conflicts. Oral and written communication skills will be assessed.            Title

1.00   Study of the factors contributing to the development of air power, concepts,        Description,
       and doctrine from the Persian Gulf War in 1990 to the present and beyond.           Prerequisites/
       Historical examples examined include the Air Campaigns used in the Gulf War,        Corequisites,
       Kosovo crisis, Operations ENDURING FREEDOM, IRAQI FREEDOM, and the                  Title
       Global War on Terrorism. Oral and written communication skills will be
       assessed.
3.00   Emphasis on situational leadership, group conflict management, effective            Description,
       supervision, professional knowledge, and communicative skills required of an        Prerequisites/
       Air Force officer. Unique cases studies on used leadership and management           Corequisites,
       situations, and group conflict management will be utilized. Oral and written        Title
       communication skills will be assessed.

3.00   Emphasis on leadership ethics, leadership core values, leadership                   Description,
       accountability, and professional knowledge. Unique case studies on                  Prerequisites/
       leadership ethics and accountability will be utilized. Oral and written             Corequisites,
       communication skills will be assessed.                                              Title

3.00   Emphasis on the needs for national security, evolution of American defense          Description,
       strategy, policy, and organization. Examination of methods for managing             Prerequisites/
       conflict, alliances and regional security to preserve American interests. Arms      Corequisites,
       control, terrorism, and current military issues will also be addressed.             Title
       Refinement of oral and written communication skills will be assessed.

3.00   Study key transnational issues and religious or ethnic factors that shape the       Description,
       environment Air Force professionals must operate in. Emphasis will be on            Prerequisites/
       national security perspective of Africa, South Asia, East Asia, Latin America,      Corequisites,
       Europe, Middle East and Former Soviet Republics in transition. Refinement of        Title
       oral and written communication skills will be emphasized.

4.00   Accounting information from the perspective of management users with an            Prerequisites/
       emphasis on data accumulation for product costing, planning, and                   Corequisites
       performance evaluation and control.
2.00   An introductory level statistics course on data analysis and statistical inference Description
       with an emphasis on business applications. Coverage includes descriptive
       statistics, random variables, probability distributions, sampling and sampling
       distributions, statistical inference for means and proportions using one and
       two samples. It serves as a prerequisite to BA 376.
4.00           Integrates core concepts from Management Information Systems (MIS) with       Prerequisites/
               those of Operations Management and introduces a process-oriented view of      Corequisites
               the flows of materials, information and services through and across
               organizations. The course helps students identify information-bearing events,
               assess and improve process efficiency, learn to model and analyze business
               processes, and understand the interactions between human behavior and
               process design. Hands-on, case-based assignments and labs allow students to
               practice the principles addressed.

2.00           Legal and ethical regulations of U.S. and global business organizations          Prerequisites/
               including financial, human resources, operations and marketing functions.        Corequisites
               Emphasizes legal and ethical strategies for entrepreneurs including business
               entity selection, raising capital and managing intellectual property.

4.00           Role and functions of a financial manager in the modern business environment Prerequisites/
               in which a manager operates; formulation of financial objectives and policies; Corequisites
               financial analysis, forecasting, planning, and control; asset management;
               capital budgeting; acquisition of funds through borrowing, stock issue, and by
               internal means; dividend policy; and international aspects of finance.

4.00           Integrated view of international business including current patterns of          Prerequisites/
               international business, socioeconomic and geopolitical systems within            Corequisites
               countries as they affect the conduct of business, major theories explaining
               international business transactions, financial forms and institutions that
               facilitate international transactions, and the interface between nation states
               and the firms conducting foreign business activities.

4.00           Diagnose individual and small-group behavior and develop skill in improving      Prerequisites/
               individual and small-group performance in entrepreneurial and established        Corequisites
               ventures. Emphasis on professional skill development and the practical
               application of theory and research. Concepts of ethics, diversity and cross-
               cultural relations are integrated throughout the course.

0.00 OR 4.00   Decision making in managing the production of goods and services: product        Prerequisites/
               planning, process planning, facility planning, control of quantity, cost and     Corequisites
               quality. Special emphasis on exponential forecasting, inventory management,
               work methods, project management, productivity improvement, and
               international comparisons.

0.00 OR 4.00   Explore the issues facing a financial manager in new business ventures, small    Prerequisites/
               businesses, and corporations. Focus on the role of the financial manager in      Corequisites
               business settings, explores the functions of a financial manager in financial
               analysis, forecasting, planning, and control; asset and liability management;
               capital budgeting; and raising funds for new business ventures, small
               businesses, and corporations.
4.00           Explore systems analysis, logical design, control, documentation, and            Prerequisites/
               implementation of information systems (IS) applications. Implement process-      Corequisites
               oriented and data-oriented development methodologies with CASE and
               application development tools. Develop prototype client-server business
               applications.
4.00           Introduction to the fundamentals of market research. Provides a basic            Prerequisites/
               understanding of marketing research and relevant decisions in the process.       Corequisites

4.00           Capital market theory and the valuation of risky assets, capital budgeting,      Prerequisites/
               valuing the firm's securities, capital structure theory, long-term financing     Corequisites
               alternatives, cost of capital, dividend policy, working capital management,
               financial analysis and planning, mergers, and takeovers.

4.00           Operation of commercial banks and other financial institutions; management       Prerequisites/
               of financial services; analysis of loan and investment policies, operating and   Corequisites
               pricing policies, and current developments in financial services.
4.00           Risk and reward characteristics of investments; sources of investment               Prerequisites/
               information; domestic and international security markets; investment                Corequisites
               characteristics of common stocks, debt securities, convertible securities, option
               contracts, and investment companies; real property investment; economic
               market analysis; technical market analysis; tax aspects of investments; and
               investment management.
4.00           Investigation of financial hedging activities for corporations and financial        Prerequisites/
               institutions using futures, options, and other derivative securities.               Corequisites
               Identification of risk attributes, valid hedging rationales, and management of
               hedging programs.
4.00           International monetary environment; foreign exchange risk management;               Prerequisites/
               source and availability of funds to finance trade and multinational operations;     Corequisites
               taxation planning and control; international portfolio diversification;
               international banking; capital budgeting; political risk evaluation of
               performance.
1.00 TO 4.00   Analysis of current topics in international business. Topics will vary from term    Prerequisites/
               to term.                                                                            Corequisites

4.00           In-depth practice and development of three skills: leadership, team building,       Prerequisites/
               and negotiations. Provides opportunities for learning to increase effectiveness     Corequisites
               as a group member or leader.
4.00           Personnel administration for line supervisors and managers. Integrates              Prerequisites/
               systems approach to understanding government regulation of employment,              Corequisites
               resolution of workplace personnel problems, and performance-based
               personnel management.
4.00           Entrepreneurial and innovation processes applied to new business start-ups,         Prerequisites/
               existing small businesses, and new ventures within larger organizations; new        Corequisites
               venture planning, project management, and productivity improvement. Cases
               and projects are used to apply concepts and to develop communication skills.

4.00           Advanced integrative course on the role of top management that brings               Prerequisites/
               together functional areas of business and focuses on developing skills for          Corequisites
               formulating and implementing competitive strategies in both domestic and
               international contexts. Specific topics include setting corporate and business
               unit strategic goals, analysis of competitive environments, international
               strategy, and treatment of corporate ethics. Case studies are used to provide
               the basis for this integrative experience. (Writing Intensive Course)

4.00           Provide a fundamental understanding of the five-layer Internet model and its        Prerequisites/
               effects on the business environment. Planning and managing networks in              Corequisites
               support of enterprise-wide computing. Assignments involve server hardware
               and software configurations including DNS/DHCP server configurations,
               addition of clients to a network, and creating/managing user accounts.

1              A field-focused learning experience, this inquiry-based course is a basic           Grading
               overview of the marine life and environment on the Oregon coast, including          Mode
               rocky shores, sandy beaches, mud flats, bays, estuaries, and watersheds.
               Through lectures, lab and field exercises, students will examine important
               marine organisms in their habitat; exploring their ecological niches and
               adaptations to their environment along the Oregon coast.

3.00           Mathematical and experimental techniques for quantitative descriptions of           Course
               microbial bioreaction processes and an introduction to the principles and           Designator
               methodologies of metabolic engineering.
3.00           A critical examination in depth of topics selected by the instructor from among     Prerequisites/
               topics not covered in other structural design courses.                              Corequisites

3.00           Prestressed concrete analysis and design, systems of prestressing, materials,       Prerequisites/
               economics.                                                                          Corequisites

4.00           An introduction to compilers; attribute grammars, syntax-directed translation,      Prerequisites/
               lex, yacc, LR(1) parsers, symbol tables, semantic analysis, and peep-hole           Corequisites
               optimization.
3.00           Explores interactions of land management on soil quality with particular           Course
               emphasis on soil biology; alternative management practices that maximize           Designator
               nutrient efficiency from inorganic sources, organic wastes, and plant residues.
               PREREQ: CSS 305. Offered alternate years.
3.00           An advanced treatment of current topics in soil microbiology, with an              Description,
               emphasis on the ecology of soil microorganisms. Topics include: the size,          Prerequisites/
               composition, diversity, and activity of soil microbial communities, linkage of     Corequisites,
               microbial community structure to ecosystem functions, and applications of          Title
               molecular biology to soil microbiology. Fall 2008, and subsequently in
               alternate years. PREREQS: Recommend CSS 445, MB 448.


3.00           Survey of fundamentals of design communication. Introduction to terminology        Prerequisites/
               and nomenclature of construction documents.                                        Corequisites

4.00           Development of illustrative sketching, perspective drawing, concept model          Prerequisites/
               construction, and presentation materials.                                          Corequisites

4.00           Kitchen and bath planning in compliance with building codes and industry           Prerequisites/
               standards, with emphasis on resource conservation, safety, and special needs.      Corequisites
               This course utilizes both CAD and hand drafting.
0.00 OR 4.00   Production pattern-making, pattern grading, marker making, garment                 Prerequisites/
               specifications, and cost analysis. Apparel assembly processes; analysis of         Corequisites,
               equipment capabilities and production processes.                                   Schedule
                                                                                                  Type

0.00 OR 4.00   Problem-solving and design processes to meet or satisfy actual client needs;       Prerequisites/
               projects may range from remodeling to new construction design. Professional        Corequisites
               portfolio preparation.
0.00 OR 3.00   ECE 112.INTRODUCTION TO ECE: CONCEPTS(3).Has Extra Fees                            Description,
               Basic electrical and computer engineering concepts, problem solving and            Prerequisites/
               hands-on laboratory project. Topics include electronic circuit and device          Corequisites
               models, digital logic, circuit analysis, and simulation tools. Lec/lab. ENFORCED
               PREREQS: MTH 111 or MTH 251 or Math Placement Test score of 17 or above

0.00 OR 4.00   ECE 331.ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION(4). Voltage                            Description,
               generation and energy conversion principles for electric motors. Steady-state      Prerequisites/
               characteristics of induction, synchronous and direct current machines.             Corequisites
               Magnetic circuits. Lec/lab. ENFORCED PREREQS: ECE 390 and (ENGR 202 or
               ENGR 202H), OTHER PREREQS: ENGR 211 or ENGR 211H

0.00 OR 4.00   ECE 352 Signals and Systems II (4).                                                Description,
               Catalog Description: Analytical techniques for continuous-time and discrete-       Prerequisites/
               time signal, system, and circuit analysis. Lec/Lab, ENFORCED PREREQS: ECE          Corequisites
               351 and MTH 306, OTHER PREREQS: Working TekBot from ECE 112 or ECE
               272 or ECE 375

0.00 OR 4.00   Analysis and design of discrete-time linear-time invariant systems for             Description,
               processing discrete-time signals: DT-LTI system properties, DT signal analysis     Prerequisites/
               using Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, Discrete Fourier Transform and z-           Corequisites
               Transform, frequency response and transfer function. Signal sampling and
               reconstruction, digital processing of continuous-time signals, FIR and IIR
               digital filter design, and filter structures. ENFORCED PREREQS: ECE 351 and
               ECE 352.
0.00 OR 4.00   Finite state machine design and analysis, digital system testing and design for    Description,
               testability, custom digital integrated circuit design, CMOS scaling and process    Prerequisites/
               variability. Lec/Lab. ENFORCED PREREQS: ECE 375 and ECE 271, OTHER                 Corequisites,
               PREREQS: recommend some basic knowledge of Verilog/VHDL.                           Schedule
                                                                                                  Type, Title
               The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to research methods       Course
               applied to social science issues and problems. Emphasis is on the nature of        Designator,
               the research process, how to conduct research, and how to interpret and            Description,
               disseminate research results.                                                      Title


3.00           Coverage of fire histories and ecology of major forest, rangeland and wetland      Description
               ecosystems. Includes fire interactions with physical and biotic components of
               ecosystems, role of fire in ecological processes, and utilization in natural
               resource management.
3.00           Course targets fire-prone communities where resource professionals need to         Prerequisites/
               work cooperatively with local and federal agencies and citizens to gain            Corequisites
               acceptance for fire management programs and build joint responsibility for
               fuel reduction activities.
3.00           Coverage of fire histories and ecology of major forest, rangeland and wetland      Description
               ecosystems. Includes fire interactions with physical and biotic components of
               ecosystems, role of fire in ecological processes, and utilization in natural
               resource management.




0.00 OR 4.00   Plant, animal, and biotic community distribution and dynamics. Effect of           Title
               climate, tectonics, disturbance on extinction, speciation, and succession. Field
               trip(s) required; transportation fee charged. Lec/lab.
0.00 OR 4.00   Principles and techniques of work measurement, methods engineering,                BCC/WIC/DP
               workplace design, work sampling, and predetermined time systems. Basic             D Status,
               human factors engineering and ergonomics principles applied to workplace           Description,
               design. The work systems engineering process.                                      Title
0.00 OR 4.00   Analysis and design of integrated manufacturing systems through the                Prerequisites/
               application of computer modeling techniques. Model validation and                  Corequisites
               verification. Application of simulation and decision support systems to
               management and engineering.
3.00           Critical issues in the management of engineering and high-technology projects      Prerequisites/
               are discussed. Time, cost, and performance parameters are analyzed from the        Corequisites
               organizational, people, and resource perspectives. Network optimization and
               simulation concepts are introduced. Resource-constrained project scheduling
               case discussions and a term project are included.

4              Product design; selection and replacement of major tools, processes, and           BCC/WIC/DP
               equipment; paperwork controls; subsystem revision; system or plant revision;       D Status,
               selection and training of personnel; long-run policies and strategy.               Credit,
                                                                                                  Prerequisites/
                                                                                                  Corequisites

3.00           General biology of natural, genetically engineered, and composite plasmids.        Title
               Major topics include extrachromosomal DNA replication, plasmid transmission,
               insertion elements, transposons, gene expression, and recombinant DNA
               vectors. Relevance to host-parasite and host-symbiotic interaction in both
               prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
0.00 OR 4.00   This course is divided into two 2 credit modules. The first module teaches        Description,
               both the theory and practice of basic bioinformatics techniques – including       Title
               sequence alignment, sequence searching, and the evolution of protein familes
               – and their applications at a genome-wide level (comparative genomics and
               functional genomics). The second module will introduce students to the
               fundamental tools of bioinformatics (linux, perl) and bioinformatics algorithms
               necessary to process and analyze large datasets generated from high-
               throughput genomics experiments. The second module of the course will be
               structured into three sections: Programming Concepts (PC), Biological
               Applications (BA) and Biological Projects (BP). Programming Concepts will lay
               the foundation for the later two sections. PC will teach students to work
               within Linux operating system in a client/server environment. Students will
               learn how to create programs using the Perl scripting language, which
               permeates modern Bioinformatics applications. Relevant programming
               concepts will be presented to students and code examples will be illustrated
               using biological data. PC will be taught primarily by Scott Givan, who has
0.00 OR 4.00   extensive experience in developing bioinformatics The first module Perl. BA
               This course is divided into two 2 credit modules. programs using teaches          Description,
               both the theory and practice of basic bioinformatics techniques – including       Title
               sequence alignment, sequence searching, and the evolution of protein familes
               – and their applications at a genome-wide level (comparative genomics and
               functional genomics). The second module will introduce students to the
               fundamental tools of bioinformatics (linux, perl) and bioinformatics algorithms
               necessary to process and analyze large datasets generated from high-
               throughput genomics experiments. The second module of the course will be
               structured into three sections: Programming Concepts (PC), Biological
               Applications (BA) and Biological Projects (BP). Programming Concepts will lay
               the foundation for the later two sections. PC will teach students to work
               within Linux operating system in a client/server environment. Students will
               learn how to create programs using the Perl scripting language, which
               permeates modern Bioinformatics applications. Relevant programming
               concepts will be presented to students and code examples will be illustrated
               using biological data. PC will be taught primarily by Scott Givan, who has
3.00           extensive experience in developing bioinformatics programs using Perl. BA
               Overview of the complexities involved in managing natural resources of the        Course
               Pacific Northwest. Exposure to major natural resource issues of the region.       Designator,
               Development of critical thinking skills useful in seeking solutions.              Title

3.00           Theory of shiphandling, communications, shipboard evolutions, heavy               Title
               weather, case study discussions.
3.00           The art and concepts of warfare from the beginning of recorded history to         Description
               present [the Age of Napoleon].
3.00           The art and concepts of warfare post-WWI [from the beginning of the               Description
               Industrial Revolution] to present, current world political situation and U.S.
               foreign policy and their effects on the Naval services, and forecast for the
               future.
3.00           This is an introductory graduate level course which provides an overview of       Description,
               natural products research and focuses on the isolation and characterization of    Prerequisites/
               medicinally-relevant natural products.                                            Corequisites,
                                                                                                 Title

3.00           Coverage of fire histories and ecology of major forest, rangeland and wetland     Course
               ecosystems. Includes fire interactions with physical and biotic components of     Designator,
               ecosystems, role of fire in ecological processes, and utilization in natural      Description
               resource management.
3.00           Developing and implementing a program for continuing learning and                 Description
               evaluation in mathematics education.
3.00           Developing and implementing a program for continuing learning and                 Description
               evaluation in science education.
0.00 OR 3.00   Development of strategies and skills for developing, implementing and             Description,
               evaluating a program of professional development for mathematics or science       Title
               educators considering various choices of program settings.
7   A lecture and laboratory course covering the diagnosis, operative methods,       Credit
    and aftercare of common small animal surgical conditions.
4   Will introduce students to the anthropological subfield of ethnohistory and how
    ethnohistory is defined. Students will learn about various ethnohistoric
    sources, such as census data, diaries, newspapers, oral histories, maps, etc.
    Students will also learn how to interpret and critique these sources in terms of
    their limitations and biases in cultural content. Students will also review and
    compare changes in ethnohistoric scholarship over time. We will visit the OSU
    Archives and other local archives in order for students to gain familiarity with
    finding ethnohistoric sources. Oracle client and networking components were
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3   Introduction to theory and research design in Design and Human
    Environment. Includes sampling, measurement, data collection (both
    qualitative and quantitative) and data analysis.
3   Application of behavioral science and public health research to the promotion
    of physical activity in individuals, groups and communities. 3 credits

3   Conflict assessment, negotiation, and consensus building in contentious forest
    resource situations. Topics addressed include conflict and negotiation theory,
    collaboration principles, analysis techniques to determine when collaboration
    might be fruitful, and approaches to joint fact-finding and mutual learning in
    public and private forest management. Specific cases of real conflicts in
    forest management will be examined.

3   Survey of ecological processes in managed ecosystems emphasizing ecological
    management techniques. Ecosystem services; biodiversity management; weed
    dynamics; agroecology; urban ecology; restoration and mitigation; landscape
    management. Field trip required.
3   A survey of the role of Africans and their descendants in Latin American
    history, linking the history of the Americas, Europe and Africa.

4   Mining, milling, conversion, enrichment, fuel fabrication, reprocessing, and
    waste management of nuclear fuel, including disposal of low and high level
    radioactive wsste.
3   Review the interrelationship between nutrition and exercise, including
    macronutrient, micronutrient and fluid needs for active individuals.
3   Linear wave boundary value problem formulation and solution, water particle
    kinematics, shoaling, refraction, diffraction, and reflection. Linear long wave
    theory with applications to tides, seiching, and storm surge.

3   Second in the sequence of ocean engineering wave mechanics, covers the
    following topics: introduction to long wave theory, wave superposition,wave
    height distribution, and the wind wave spectrum, introduction to wave forces,
    and basic nonlinear properties of water waves. May include additional selected
    topic in wave mechanics.
3   Theory of long waves. Depth-integrated Euler’s equation and its jump
    conditions. Evolution equations and their solutions. Nonlinear shallow-water
    waves, the Korteweg-deVries equation and Boussinesq equation. Boundary-
    layer effects. Shallow-water waves on beaches. Applications of the
    fundamentals to problems of tsunamis. Prerequisites: CE630, CE631.

4   An introduction to numerical modeling of the nearshore ocean, providing
    hands-on experience with state-of-the-art numerical models for wave
    propagation, nearshore circulation, planform shoreline evolution and
    bathymetric profile evolution. The focus is on review of model requirements,
    detailed study of several specific models for several domains of interest,
    application to coastal phenomena, interpretation of model results. ENFORCED
    PREREQS: none OTHER PREREQS: none. Offered alternate years.
8   Supervised advanced professional education located in various hospital or
    health care systems patient care-oriented settings. Emphasis is placed on the
    application of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmcotherapy to patient care.

1   Laboratory experience for 3rd year veterinary students concurrent with the
    large and small animal medicine courses.
3   examines the lives and experiences of Muslim women in Islamic communities
    around the world from a variety of perspectives in order to highlight issues
    significant for contemporary Muslim women: Family, education, work, politics,
    health, marriage, divorce, war, and violence.
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