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					                         Curriculum Bulletin - Modifications & Deletions
                           October 16, 2007 through October 31, 2007
Catalog   Crosslisted Co-        General   General   GRCENWC New Course, Course Modification, or Course                  First   Final
Number    Course      Convened   Education Education Status  Deletion                                                    Term    Term
                      Course     Type      Study
A ME353                                                      New Temporary Course: Orbital Mechanics and Space           081      81
                                                             Flight
ABE 320   ENGR320                                            Change offering to Fall Spring                              081
ABE 426   C E 426    ABE 526                                 Change title to: Watershed Engineering. Change              082
          C E 526 WS                                         course description to: "Design of waterways, erosion
          M426 WS                                            control structures and small dams. Methods for
          M526                                               frequency analysis and synthetic time distribution of
                                                             rainfall. Methods for estimating infiltration and runoff
                                                             from small watersheds, flow routing and storm water
                                                             management. Estimating erosion using the Revised
                                                             Universal Soil Loss Equation". Terms Offered: Fall.

ABE 457              ABE 557                                       Delete course. Not currently used as a prereq or      081
                                                                   degree requirement.
ABE 458   C E 458    ABE 558                                       Course title changed to: Soils, Wetlands and          082
          C E 558                                                  Wastewater Reuse. Will be effective 082. Dr. Waller
                                                                   confirms no change in content email of 10/29/07
                                                                   forwarded from Daniela Ibarra.
ABE455    C E 455    ABE 555                                       Change offering to: Usually offered Fall.             081
          C E 555
ABE456    C E 456    ABE 556                                       Change offering to: Usually offered Spring.           081
          C E 556
ABE484               ABE 584                                       Change offering to: Usually offered Spring.           081

ARE 230                                                            Create new course: Foundations of Art and Visual      084
                                                                   Culture
ARH 201                                                            Remove prerequisites.                                 081
ARH 202                                                            Remove prerequisites.                                 081
ARH 321                          Prerequisite listed as ARH 118. ARH no longer exists.   082
                                 Change prerequisite to ARH 202 or consent of
                                 instructor.
ARH 406A   HIST406A   ARH 506A   Description: Add "This is a Writing Emphasis Course"    081
           HIST506A              effective 081. Add: Prerequisite(s): ARH 201 or
                                 Consent of Instructor. Effective 082.
ART 358                          Add for 400-level only - "This is a Writing Emphasis    081
                                 Course".
BNAD451               BNAD551    Create new course: Emerging Market Connections.         081
C E 422    ABE 422    C E 522    Add crosslisting: ABE 422\522.                          081
           ABE 522

C E 427    HWR 427    C E 527    Add crosslisting: ABE 427\527.                          081
           HWR 527
C E 622    ABE 622               Add crosslist: ABE 622.                                 081
CBA 556    MCB 556               Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.             081
           AN S 556              Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181L, MCB 181R,
                                 ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L, BIOC 462A and consult
                                 department before enrolling.
CHEM523A                         Create new course: Bioanalytical Chemistry              081
CHEM549A                         Create new course: Topics in Chemical Biology           081
COMM620 CPH 620                  Change course title to: Theories of Social Influence.   082
CPH 433               CPH 533    Create new course: Global Health                        081
CPH 456               CPH 556    Create new course: Ergonomics                           081
ECE 414A OPTI414A     ECE 514A   Create new temporary course: Photovoltaic Solar         081   081
         OPTI514A                Energy Systems
ECE 485A                         Delete course.                                          081
ECE 485B                         Delete course.                                          081
ECE 485C                         Delete course.                                          081
ECE 485D              ECE 585D   Create new course: Telemetering Systems                 081
ECE 585A                         Delete course.                                          081
ECE 585B                         Delete course.                                          081
ECE 585C                         Delete course.                                          081
ECE 634    OPTI634               Create new temporary course: Computational Sensing:     081   081
                                 Spectroscopy
ECE 678              Course title and description change to: Wireless         082
                     Protocols - Protocols for wireless LANs, mesh
                     networks; routing for ad hoc and sensor networks; data
                     aggregation and clustering in sensor networks;
                     scheduling mechanisms; transport protocols for
                     wireless and sensor networks; fairness issues;
                     interoperability between wired and wireless networks;
                     protocols for cognitive radio networks; protocols for
                     wireless networks with directional transmission
                     capabilities.
ECOL182L BIOC182L    Create new course: Biology Lab II                        081
         MIC 182L
         MCB 182L
ECOL182R BIOC182R    Create new course: Introductory Biology II               081
         MIC 182R
         MCB 182R
ECOL195G INSC195G    Change course description: Last sentence in              081
         ENTO195G    description change to This is a First-Year Honors
                     Colloquium. Add prerequisites of Open to Honors
                     students only.
ECOL208              Create new temporary course: Forensic DNA Evidence       081   081

ECOL302              Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.              081
                     Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
                     MATH 125 or MATH 124, MATH 129.
ECOL320              Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.              081
                     Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R ECOL 181L,
                     ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L, CHEM 103B, CHEM 104B.
ECOL321    MCB 321   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.              081
                     Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R, ECOL 181L ,
                     ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L; ECOL/MCB 320 or
                     equivalent or ECOL/MCB 320H or equivalent.
ECOL326    BIOC326   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.              081
           MCB 326   Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R, ECOL 182R,
                     ECOL 182L or consent of instructor.
ECOL335                       Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
                              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R, ECOL 181L,
                              ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
ECOL340                       Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
                              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R, ECOL 181L,
                              ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
ECOL406R GEOS406R ECOL506R    Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
         GEOS506R             Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
         RNR 406R             ECOL 302.
         RNR 506R
ECOL409  CPH 409  ECOL509     Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
         CPH 509              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
         MCB 409              MCB 181R or consent of instructor.
         MCB 509
         V SC409
         V SC509
ECOL426  GENE426  ECOL526     Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
         GENE526              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
                              ECOL 335; ECOL 320 or PL S 312.

ECOL437   MCB 437             Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
          V SC437             Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R, ECOL 181L,
                              ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L, one semester of organic
                              chemistry. Genetics and biochemistry suggested.
ECOL450                       Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
                              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L or
                              ECOL 183 or GEOS 212 or GEOS 412A.
ECOL480                       Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
                              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.

ECOL482   WFSC482   ECOL582   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
          WFSC582             Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
ECOL488   WFSC488   ECOL588   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.         081
          WFSC588             Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L or
                              equivalent.
ECOL496H ECOL596H              Create new temporary course: Complex Systems:                081   081
                               Networks and Self-organization in Biology

ECOL497B                       Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
                               Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
                               ECOL 302, ECOL 335, ECOL 320 or PL S 312.
ENGV418                        Create new course: Women and Literature.                     081

ENTO457    ECOL457   ENTO557   Remove prerequisite: ENTO 415R.                              082
           ECOL557
           INSC457
           INSC557
           V SC457 V
           SC557

ENTO405    ECOL405   ENTO505   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
           ECOL505             Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
           WFSC405
           WFSC505

ENTO415L ECOL415L ENTO515L     Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
         ECOL515L              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
         INSC515L
ENTO415R ECOL415R ENTO515R     Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
         ECOL515R,             Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
         INSC515R
ENTO446            ENTO546     Activity changed to: Lecture - 2, Discussion - 1, Lab - 1.   081

ENTO448              ENTO548   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
                               Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L; at
                               least one additional biology course is strongly
                               recommend .
ENTO457  ECOL457      ENTO557    Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
         ECOL557                 Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
         INSC457                 ENTO 415R.
         INSC557
         V SC457
         V SC557
ENTO496M ECOL496M     ENTO596M   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
         ECOL596M                Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
         IRLS496M                consent of instructor.
         IRLS596M
ENTO498                          Delete course.                                              081


ENTO507    INSC507               Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
                                 Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L;
                                 ENTO 415R or ENTO 515R.
ENTO515L   ECOL515L              Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
           INSC515L              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.

F CM827    CPH 827               Create new course: Methamphetamine and Other Illicit        081
                                 Drug Education (MethOIDE)
FREN302                          Add: Available for grade and credit by exam.                081
FREN578    SLAT578               Create new course: Literacy in L2/FL Classroom:             084
                                 Theory, Research, and Practice

FREN586    SLAT586               Create new course: Language Learning in Study               084
                                 Abroad Context
GEOG392A                         Change course description to: Course offers rotating        082
                                 topic explorations of themes in human geography,
GEOG395A                         physical course description to: Individual or small group
                                 Change geography, human-environment geography,              082
                                 research under the guidance of faculty. This course
                                 explores emerging new themes in geographic
                                 research. Small group or individual interactions provide
                                 the context for in-depth studies not feasible in a
                                 colloquium setting.
GEOG438    ECOL438    GEOG538   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
           ECOL538,             Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
           GEOS438
           GEOS538
GEOG458               GEOG558   Create new course: Geography of Transportation.              081
GEOG492A                        Change course description to: Exchange of scholarly          082
                                information and/or primary research through the
                                Department's regularly scheduled Colloquium Series.
                                Student responsibilities include critical reviews of
                                presentations by local and visiting faculty. This course
                                gives students a broad survey of the latest research
                                within the subdisciplines in Geography.

GEOG596I                        Create new course: Comparative and International             084
                                Water Policy
GEOG596K ANTH596KH              Change course description to: Based on the exchange          082
         WR 596K                of scholarly information, usually in a small group
                                setting, this course examines contemporary issues
                                related to risk and uncertainty in modern life. The
                                selected topics rotate according to the interests of the
                                faculty convener and the graduate student enrollees.
                                Generally grounded in theories of the social
                                construction of everyday life, topics have included socio-
                                economic risk (e.g., AIDS), technological risk (e.g.,
                                nuclear power), and so-called “natural” hazards (e.g.,
                                floods and earthquakes). The scope of work shall
                                consist of research by course registrants, with the
                                exchange of the results of such research through
                                discussion, reports, and/or papers.
GEOG657    Change title to: Spatial Statistics and Spatial              082
           Econometrics Change description to: This course
           provides the statistical and econometric techiques
           required for the analysis of geocoded data.
           Identification of spatial heterogeneity and inclusion in a
           formal regression model. An important aspect of the
           course is to gain hands-on experience in applying the
           appropriate techniques and using state-of-the-art
           software.
GEOG696A   Change course description to: Based on the exchange          082
           of information, usually in a small group setting, this
           course examines contemporary developments in
           economic geography. The selected topics rotate
           according to the interests of the faculty convener and
           the graduate student enrollees. Generally grounded in
           economic theories of space and place, typical topics
           include regional inequalities and development; location
           theory, urban economics, and transportation; marxist
           and post-marxist political economy; retailing and
           consumption; alternative economies; resources and
           agriculture; gender and work; migration and economic
           change; institutional approaches; the intersection of
           culture and economy; and money, finance, and trade.
           The scope of work shall consist of research by course
           registrants, with the exchange of the results of such
           research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
GEOG696B   Change course description to: Based on the exchange       082
           of scholarly information, usually in a small group
           setting, this course examines contemporary
           developments in physical geography. The selected
           topics rotate according to the interests of the faculty
           convener and the graduate student enrollees.
           Generally grounded in theories of biophysical space,
           typical topics include coupled natural and human
           systems, ecosystem disturbance and resiliency, energy
           and mass transfers, measurement and modeling of
           physical systems. The scope of work shall consist of
           research by course registrants, with the exchange of
           the results of such research through discussion,
           reports, and/or papers.

GEOG696C   Change course description to: Based on the exchange       082
           of scholarly information, usually in a small group
           setting, this course examines contemporary
           developments in physical geography. The selected
           topics rotate according to the interests of the faculty
           convener and the graduate student enrollees.
           Generally grounded in theories of biophysical space,
           typical topics include coupled natural and human
           systems, ecosystem disturbance and resiliency, energy
           and mass transfers, measurement and modeling of
           physical systems. The scope of work shall consist of
           research by course registrants, with the exchange of
           the results of such research through discussion,
           reports, and/or papers.
GEOG696F             Change course description to: Based on the exchange       082
                     of scholarly information, usually in a small group
                     setting, this course examines contemporary
                     developments in physical geography. The selected
                     topics rotate according to the interests of the faculty
                     convener and the graduate student enrollees.
                     Generally grounded in theories of biophysical space,
                     typical topics include coupled natural and human
                     systems, ecosystem disturbance and resiliency, energy
                     and mass transfers, measurement and modeling of
                     physical systems. The scope of work shall consist of
                     research by course registrants, with the exchange of
                     the results of such research through discussion,
                     reports, and/or papers.
GEOG696G             Change course description to: Based on the exchange       082
                     of scholarly information, usually in a small group
                     setting, this course examines contemporary
                     developments in physical geography. The selected
                     topics rotate according to the interests of the faculty
                     convener and the graduate student enrollees.
                     Generally grounded in theories of biophysical space,
                     typical topics include coupled natural and human
                     systems, ecosystem disturbance and resiliency, energy
                     and mass transfers, measurement and modeling of
                     physical systems. The scope of work shall consist of
                     research by course registrants, with the exchange of
                     the results of such research through discussion,
                     reports, and/or papers.
GEOS308    ECOL308   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.               081
                     Prerequisites changed to: GEOS 251; GEOSR 212 or
                     ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
GEOS412A ECOL412A   Change course description to: Course covers ocean          081
                    science from broad geological, biological, chemical and
                    physical perspectives. Topics include seafloor geology,
                    wave phenomena, ocean circulation and climate,
                    marine ecosystems, and environmental issues.
                    Required course field trip to Mexico. US Customs now
                    requires passports for travel to Mexico.

HWR 696G/           Create new course: Water-Rock-Microbial Interactions       081
GEOS696G
IMB 695F            Change course description to: Recent research topics       082
                    on human and selected animal oncogenic viruses will
                    be discussed.
ITAL431             Create new course: The Divine Comedy by Dante              084
JOUR391             Change course description to: An opportunity for           082
                    students to serve as mentors, guides and instructional
                    assistants in journalism classes.
JOUR392             Change course description to: A rigorous in-depth          082
                    exploration of a journalistic topic under faculty
                    supervision. Can be individual or group project.
JOUR393             Change course description to: Work on-site for a news      082
                    or news-related organization under the supervison of
                    an experience communication professional.

JOUR394             Change course description to: An opportunity to do field   082
                    research to explore journalistic ethics, theory and
                    practices and their impact on contemporary society.

JOUR396H            Change course description to: An opportunity to study      082
                    the theoretical underpinnings of the impact of
                    journalistic practices on political, social and economic
                    issues, meeting the standards of the Honors College.
JOUR399              Change course description to: An extended exploration       082
                     of a journalistic topic under the supervision of a full-
                     time faculty member. The project can take many forms -
                     - research paper, investigative news stories, photo
                     essay, broadcast documentary or online report.

JOUR399H             Change course description to: A rigorous in-depth           082
                     exploration of a journalistic topic that meets Honors
                     College criteria. The project can take many forms --
                     research paper, investigative news stories, photo
                     essay, broadcast documentary or online report.
JOUR405    JOUR505   Change course description to: Analysis of the role of       082
                     the press in a democratic society and the ways in which
                     news has influenced and reflected values, events and
                     issues involving individuals, institutions and societies.

JOUR492              Create new course. Directed Research                        082
JOUR493              Change course description to: Work on-site for a news       082
                     or news-related organization under the supervison of
                     an experience communication professional.

JOUR493H             Change course description to: Work on-site for a news       082
                     or news-related organizaion under the supervision of
                     an experienced communication professional,
                     performing to the standards of the Honors College.

JOUR493L             Change course description to: Spend a semester              082
                     working for Arizona Capital TV, a nonpartisan office of
                     the state legislature in Phoenix. Research, write and
                     produce video segments.
JOUR494              Change course description to: An opportunity to do field    82
                     research to explore journalistic ethics, theory and
                     practices and their impact on contemporary society.
JOUR496I   NES 496I   JOUR596I   Change course description to: An examination of media      082
           NES 596I              coverage on contemporary political, economic and
                                 social issues at the state, national, and international
                                 levels. Can include legal and ethical content analysis.

JOUR496M                         Change course description to: Explores the impact of       082
                                 technical innovation on ways in which the news media
                                 collects, evaluates, organizes and disseminates
                                 information.
JOUR499                          Change course description to: An extended exploration      082
                                 of a journalistic topic under the supervision of a full-
                                 time faculty member. The project can take many forms -
                                 - research paper, investigative news stories, photo
                                 essay, broadcast documentary or online report.

JOUR499H                         Change course description to: A rigorous in-depth          082
                                 exploration of a journalistic topic that meets Honors
                                 College criteria. The project can take many forms --
                                 research paper, investigative news story, photo essay,
                                 broadcast documentary or online report.
JOUR582                          Create new course: Media Management -- El                  084
                                 Independiente
JOUR583                          Create new course:: Media Management -- Cat's Eye          084

JOUR584                          Create new course: Media Management -- Cat Scan            084
JOUR593                          Change course description to: Work on-site for a news      082
                                 or news-related organization under the supervison of
                                 an experience communication professional.

JOUR594                          Change course description to: An opportunity to do field   082
                                 research to explore journalistic ethics, theory and
                                 practices and their impact on contemporary society.
JOUR599                           Change course description to: An extended exploration       082
                                  of a journalistic topic under supervision of a full-time
                                  faculty member. The project can take many forms --
                                  research paper, investigative news stories, photo
                                  essay, broadcast documentary or online report.
                                  Graduate students doing independent work which
                                  cannot be classified as actual research will register for
                                  credit under course number 599 or 699.

LA S195A                          Create new course: The U.S. - Mexico Border: From           081
                                  Separation to Integration in a Globalizing World

LA S596B   ANTH596B               Create new course: Special Topics in Caribbean              081
                                  Studies


LAW 527                           Change units from 3 - 3 to variable 2 - 3.                  081
LAW 610                           Change units from 3 - 3 to variable 2 - 3.                  081
LAW 612                           Change units from 3 - 3 to variable 2 - 3.                  081
LAW 649C                          Create new course: Complex Litigation: Class Actions        081
                                  & Other
LAW 681G                          Create new course: Law and Policy of Sex Crimes             081
LING392A                          Change course description to: Introductory individual or    082
                                  small group research under the guidance of faculty into
                                  an area of linguistic theory, experimentation, or
                                  applications.
LING495A               LING595A   Change course description to: The exchange of               082
                                  scholarly information and/or secondary research about
                                  Linguistics, Instruction often includes lectures by
                                  several different persons. Short research projects are
                                  required of participants.
LING595B   PHIL595B               Add COGS as a crosslist and make it the home                082
           PSYC595BC              department.
           OGS595B
LING696A              Change course description to: The development and          082
                      exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small
                      group setting examining in depth topics in syntactic and
                      semantic theory. The scope of work shall consist of
                      research by course registrants, with the exchange of
                      the results of such research through discussion,
                      reports, and/or papers.
LING696B              Change course description to: The development and          082
                      exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small
                      group setting examining in depth topics in phonological
                      and phonetic theory and experimentation. The scope of
                      work shall consist of research by course registrants,
                      with the exchange of the results of such research
                      through discussion, reports, and/or papers.

LING696D              Change course description to: The development and          082
                      exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small
                      group setting examining in depth topics in Language
                      Acquistion, psycholinguistic theory and
                      experimentation. The scope of work shall consist of
                      research by course registrants, with the exchange of
                      the results of such research through discussion,
                      reports, and/or papers.
LING696E   PHIL696E   Add COGS as a crosslist and make it the home               082
           PSYC696E   department.
           COGS696E
LING696F   COMM696F   Change course description to: The development and          082
           PSYC696F   exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small
                      group setting with in depth investigation of topics in
                      Psycholinguistics and Language Processing. The
                      scope of work shall consist of research by course
                      registrants, with the exchange of the results of such
                      research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
LING697A                        Change course description to: The practical application      082
                                of theory and experimentation within a group setting
                                and involving an exchange of ideas and practical
                                methods, skills, and principles as applied to the original
                                linguistic research of the participants. Participants will
                                present their original research and papers and will
                                participate in group feedback on the work. This class is
                                a co- requirement for students writing their linguistics
                                comprehensive exam papers.

LRC 330A   ANTH330A             Create new course: Interpreting Native Cultures              074
           AIS 330A
MAS 430               MAS 530   Create new course:Mexican Traditional Medicine: An           081
                                Overview of Indigenous Curing Cultures
MATH562                         Change course number to MATH574T and crosslist               082
                                with STAT574T. MATH is home.
MCB 297A   ECOL297A             Change course description and prerequisites to:              082
                                Undergraduate preceptors will work as a team with
                                graduate assistants and course staff to teach students
                                in Biology 181 labs. They will learn and practice learner-
                                centered teaching techniques and work in the
                                classroom assisting their peers. Change prerequisites
                                to the following: MATH 110;

MCB 407    BIOC407              Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
           NRSC407              Prerequisites changed to: MCB 410 or equivalent, MCB
                                181R, MCB 181L, MCB 182.
MCB 410    MIC 410              Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
           BIOC410              Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, MCB 181L, MCB
           PL S410              182, MCB 462A or MCB 460; recommend MCB 320
                                and Concurrent registration, MCB 411.
MCB 411    MIC 411              Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
           BIOC411              Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, MCB 181L,
                                MCB 182; MCB 462A or MCB 460. Students can
                                obtain credit for only one of these courses: MCB 411,
                                BIOC 461, or BIOC 466.
MCB 422    ECOL422    Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
                      Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, ECOL 182R,
                      ECOL 182L, ECOL 320.
MCB 497A   BIOC497A   Change course description to: MCB 497A is a special          082
                      tutoring workshop associated with the MCB 181 lecture
                      class. Students may enroll for 1-5 units. Tutors will
                      attend all class meetings of one 181 lecture section,
                      assist with in-class activities and exams, and hold
                      regular office hours in the Koffler Tutoring Center. The
                      once-weekly 497A meetings will be devoted to the
                      introduction of techniques to improve tutors’ ability to
                      interact with 181 students and assist them in mastering
                      foundational biology topics. 497A is open primarily to
                      biology majors -- juniors and seniors in the life sciences
                      who received at least a B in 181, and have taken MCB
                      320 or PL S 312 (genetics), and MCB 410 (cell biology)
                      or MCB 411 (molecular biology), or equivalent courses
                      (e.g., BIOC 466). There is some flexibility in these
                      requirements, and admission to the 497A class is
                      contingent upon a successful interview with one of the
                      497A instructors.
MIC 285L   MCB 285L   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
           PL P285L   Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, MCB 181L,
           SWES285L   ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L, CHEM 103A, CHEM 103B,
           V SC285L   CHEM 104A, CHEM 104B: Concurrent registration,
                      MIC 285R for MIC and V SC majors. Strongly
                      recommended that MIC 285L and M
MIC 285R   MCB 285R   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
           PL P285R   Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, MCB 181L,
           SWES285R   ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L, CHEM 103A, CHEM 103B,
           V SC285R   CHEM 104A, CHEM 104B: Concurrent registration,
                      MIC 285L for MIC and V SC majors. Strongly
                      recommended that MIC 285L and M
MIS 391               Create new course: Preceptorship.                            081
MIS 493A              Delete course. Information Systems Co-op. Has special        081
                      fee.
MIS 496A   MIS 596A   Change course description to: The development and        082
                      exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small
                      group setting. The scope of work shall consist of
                      research by course registrants, with the exchange of
                      the results of such research through discussion,
                      reports, and/or papers. Course may include special
                      topics in MIS such as advanced research
                      methodologies, strategic business modeling and
                      simulation, and other potential new topics.

MIS 696D              Change course description to: The development and        082
                      exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small
                      group setting. The scope of work shall consist of
                      research by course registrants, with the exchange of
                      the results of such research through discussion,
                      reports, and/or papers. Course will cover basic
                      computational complexity terminology, machine
                      scheduling concepts, and linear programming leading
                      to column generation methodology.

MIS 696H              Change course description to: Students will integrate    082
                      their knowledge from their program of study and apply
                      it to a problem area in MIS. Each student will write a
                      significant report based on the results of his or her
                      work. Add prerequisites: MIS 531 and MIS 541.
MN E696A    G EN696A              Change course description to: This graduate seminar        082
                                  provides graduate students the opportunity to research
                                  and exchange information on technical topics in the
                                  mine life cycle. The course will feature industry
                                  speakers presenting current challenges or technology
                                  innovations in the broad area of mineral resources.
                                  Students will further develop their skills in technical
                                  writing, learn to communicate with a professional
                                  audience, learn skills to influence others, and gain a
                                  basic knowledge of the business and socioeconomic
                                  principles that impact the profession.

MUS 400L               MUS 500L   Change course title to: Arizona Choir.                     082
NURS720                           Create new course: Endothelial Injury and Dysfunction      081

NURS795A                          Change course description to: The first in a series of     082
                                  two, is designed to assist the doctoral student in
                                  becoming socialized into the role of nurse scientist.
                                  This course focuses on the role of scholar/scientist in
                                  practice and academic settings.
OPTI 595A                         Change course description to: Discussion of current        082
                                  research topics in Optics by Optical Sciences
                                  colloquium speakers.
OPTI646                           Create new course: Introduction to Quantum                 081
                                  Information and Computation
PA 562                            Create new course:The Political Economy of U.S.            081
                                  Immigration Policy
PE 394B                           Change course description to: This course will expose      082
                                  pre-service teachers to local middle and high school
                                  physical education classes. Students must engage in
                                  45 hours of observation in secondary schools. The
                                  focus will be on the application of theories of teaching
                                  physical education through the use of systematic
                                  observation tools.
PE 497A               Change course description to: This course is designed       082
                      for students who are currently student teaching in the
                      public schools. By discussing and sharing experiences,
                      students will explore the practical application of
                      theoretical learning. Students will be provided with a
                      variety of guest speakers and opportunities to
                      exchange ideas, practical methods, skills and teaching
                      principles with other student teachers.

PE 294A               Change course description to: This course will expose       082
                      (45 hours of observation) pre-service teachers to local
                      k-12 physical education classes and other physical
                      activity settings. The emphasis will be on exploring and
                      understanding the nature of physical activity across the
                      lifespan.
PHCL891L   SURG891L   Change course description to: This is the clinical          084
                      applications course for the Perfusion major in the
                      Department of Medical Pharmacology. This course
                      provides one-on-one clinical instruction in the operation
                      of life support systems such as the heart-lung machine,
                      intra-aortic balloon pump, and the artificial heart used
                      during open-heart sugery. The students gain clinical
                      experience with operation of the supportive coagulation
                      and blood analysis point of care systems. The students
                      gain this experience at five Tucson based hospitals
                      including clinical cases of adult, pediatric,
                      transplantation, and artifical cardiovascular support
                      devices. The other component of this course is the
                      weekly colloquium where the cases of the week are
                      presented and discussed by the students.

PHIL569    LING569    Course number will change to COSG517 for home and           082
           PSYC569    PHIL517, LING517, and PSYC517 for crosslistings. No
                      related dependencies.
PHPR801               Create new course: Introductory Pharmacy Practice           081
                      Experience Community and Institutional Practice
PHYS305    ASTR305              Add prerequisite: PHYS151 and PHYS152 Co-                  084
                                requisite: MATH254
PHYS476              PHYS576    Change offering to Fall.                                   074
PL S312                         Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                081
                                Prerequisites changed to: PL S 130 or MCB 182;
                                CHEM 103A, CHEM 104A.
PL S508                         Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                081
                                Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, MCB 182.
POL 697M                        Create new course: Systematic Analysis of Political,       074
                                Military & Intelligence. Changed to 074 per Denise Allyn

PORT397R                        Change course description and prerequisites to:            082
                                Portuguese Language and Culture in an immersion
                                context. Offered only in Fortaleza, Brazil. Recommend
                                one year of Portuguese or the equivalent.
                                Prerequisite(s): PORT 102, 305 or permission from the
                                department.
PORT497R             PORT597R   Change course description and prerequisites for 497R       082
                                only to: Portuguese Language and Culture in an
                                immersion context. Offered only in Fortaleza, Brazil.
                                Recommend one year of Portuguese or the equivalent.
                                Prerequisite(s) PORT 102, 305, or permission from the
                                department.
PSIO195A                        Delete course: How the Body Works. No related              081
                                dependencies.
PSYC297A                        Change course description to: The practical application    082
                                of research methods for the Psychology major involving
                                an exchange of ideas and practical methods, skills, and
                                principles. The course may include designing
                                experiments, collecting data, analyzing data and writing
                                research reports. A variety of methods are included
                                from different areas within both Cognition and Neural
                                Systems and Individual and Social Processes.
PSYC694A             Change course description to: The focus of the             082
                     assessment practicum is on learning to administer and
                     interpret clinical assessment tools. Supervised
                     assessments are an integral part of the course, as is
                     report writing. Prior to learning specific instruments,
                     some discussion of the development and validation of
                     the specific assessment instruments is provided. This
PSYC694B             Change course description to: The Psychosocial             082
                     Intervention Practicum is intended to provide advanced
                     students in the doctoral program in clinical psychology
                     with introductory training in the applied dimensions of
PSYC694C             Change course description to: The Advance                  082
                     Psychotherapy practicum provides advanced graduate
                     students in the doctoral program in clinical psychology
                     with introductory training in the applied aspects of
                     clinical supervision and case consultation. Students in
                     this course become familiar with the research literature
                     on clinical supervision and gain practical experience in
                     the provision of case consultation services.

PSYC694D             Change course description to: This clinical                082
                     neuropsychology practicum intended to provide the
                     advanced clinical psychology graduate student with
                     practical instruction and experience in
                     neuropsychological assessment. Students participating
                     in this practicum will receive exposure to a range of
                     neuropsychological assessment problems and
                     instruments, through both classroom presentation and
                     direct clinical assessment experience.

PTYS594A             Change course description to: Students will work with      082
                     deaf or hard of hearing children to assess, plan and
                     implement communication, language, and literacy
                     skills. This practicum may be taken concurrently with
                     SERP 537 or 538.
RNR 202    PL S202   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                081
                     Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, MCB 181L,
                     ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L.
RNR 316               Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                  081
                      Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L,
                      RNR 202.
SERP497K   SERP597K   Change course description to: Explores attitudes of          082
                      individuals and of society toward sexuality of persons
                      with disabilities; explores behaviors of persons with
                      disabilities in interpersonal, couple and parental
                      relationships; presents factual information on sexuality
                      and disability.
SERP517               Change course description to: Application of behavior        082
                      principles and evidence-based techniques to promote
                      learning and social development of school-age children
                      and youth. Delete prerequisite: EDP 510.
SERP549               Change course title to: Introduction to School               082
                      Psychology.
SERP595E              Change course description to: Provides a theoretical         082
                      base and practical approach to the study of special
                      needs of students with language and cultural
                      differences; basic premises of bilingual special
                      education; and topics related to the interface of cultural
                      diversity, second language acquisition and learning
                      variation.
SERP597A              Change course description to: The purpose of SERP            082
                      597A is to develop an understanding of the constructs
                      of creativity, intelligence and problem solving, and the
                      relationships among these constructs. Related
                      purposes are to develop competencies in the following
                      areas: (a) constructing curriculum-based learning
                      experiences to develop creativity, problem solving, and
                      intellectual abilities; (b) observing and analyzing
SOC 596A   LAW 596A             Delete the crosslisting with LAW 596A. Marilyn has          081
                                already fixed in term file.




SP H441    LING441    SP H541   Delete crosslisting with LING441 and LING541.               081
           LING541
           PSYC441
           PSYC541




SPAN103                         Change course description to: For students who have         082
                                receptive skills in Spanish, but who encounter difficulty
                                in speaking. It focuses on developing fluent
                                conversation and listening skills in a positive and
                                culturally rich environment. It also covers basic
                                grammar structures problematic to students. Change
                                prerequisite(s) to:Placement by examination. Credit
                                allowed for SPAN103 or SPAN102, but not for both.
                                Heritage speakers should take 103 instead of 102. Add
                                Pass/Fail Option.

SPAN253                         Description: For students who understand and speak          082
                                Spaish fluently. Focuses o differences between formal
                                and informal uses of Spanish and develops both in the
                                areas of writing, reading, speaking, listening, grammar
                                and vocabulary in a dynamic cultural context centered
                                on Hispanics in the US. Change prerequisite(s) to:
                                SPAN 203 or placement by examination. Credit allowed
                                for SPAN 253 or SPAN 251, but not for both. Heritage
                                speakers should take SPAN 253 instead of SPAN 251.
                                Add Pass/Fail Option.
SPAN323    Change course description to: A continuation of            082
           SPAN253. Focuses on expanding the learners' oral
           and writen academic proficiency and promotes their
           critical thinking skills in a dynamic cultural context
SPAN333    centeredcourse description to: Develops oral and
           Change on Latin America. Reviews advanced                  082
           written Spanish for academic and professional
           contexts. Emphasizes different genres of writing,
           focusing on rhetorical strategies for persusive and
           argumentative writing and culminates in a research
           paper. Grammar and spelling are covered based on
           student needs. Add to prerequisites: Credit will be
           given for SPAN333 or SPAN330, but not for both.
           Heritage speakers should take 333 instead of 330.
           Change usually offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
SPAN343    Change course description to: Introduces learners to       082
           Spanish phonology and phonetics. Students learn
           about the differences between spoken and written
           language as the basis to advance their Spanish
           proficiency. It also focuses on exposing students to the
           different varieties of the Spanish-speaking world.
           Grading: Prerequisite(s) change to: SPAN323. Credit
           will be given for SPAN343 or SPAN340, but not for
           both. Heritage speakers should take 343 instead of
           340. Change usually offered to: Fall, Spring, Summer.

SPAN696A   Change course title and description to: Seminar:           082
           Spanish Peninsular Literature - This course is designed
           to explore theoretical/critical readings in order to
           discuss key issues involving Spanish Peninsular
           literatures and cultures. Throughout the course we will
           examine an array of perspectives as modes of
           understanding the creative texts. In the light of the
           readings students will develop original research
           projects.
SPAN696B   Change course description to: This course is designed      082
           to explore theoretical/critical readings in order to
           discuss key issues involving Spanish American
SPAN696C                        Change course description to: This course is designed       082
                                to explore theoretical/critical readings in order to
                                discuss key issues involving Spanish Peninsular
                                literatures and cultures. throughout the course we will
                                examine an array of perspectives as modes of
                                understanding the creative texts. In the light of the
                                readings students will develop original research
                                projects.
SWES401              SWES501    Change course title to: Sustainable Management of           082
                                Arid Lands and Salt-Affected Soils
TEDV593B                        Units changed to variable 1 - 12 with repeat to 16 units.   074
                                Beginning 074. Per telephone conversation with Clara
                                Gonzales.
TURK102                         Remove Pass/Fail Option.                                    082

TURK401                         Remove Pass/Fail Option.                                    082
TURK402                         Remove Pass/Fail Option.                                    082
UNVR195A                        Add subtitle: The Other Kazakhstan. Title changed           081
                                from The Real Kazakhstan to The Other Kazakhstan.
                                No students enrolled for 081. Change name on SIS
                                106 line 48.
V SC400A             V SC500A   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
                                Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, ECOL 182R,
                                ECOL 182L, CHEM 243A.
V SC400B             V SC500B   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
                                Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, ECOL 182R,
                                ECOL 182L, CHEM 243A.
V SC422L                        Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
                                Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, ECOL 182R,
                                ECOL 182L; Concurrent Registration, V SC 422R.
V SC422R                        Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
                                Prerequisites changed to: MCB 181R, ECOL 182R,
                                ECOL 182L; Concurrent Registration, V SC 422L.
V SC456    WFSC456   V SC556    Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.                 081
           WFSC556              Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R, ECOL 182R,
                                ECOL 182L, CHEM 103A, CHEM 103B, CHEM 104A,
                                CHEM 104B.
WFSC444   Course ECOL 182 changed to ECOL 182R and L.       081
          Prerequisites changed to: ECOL 181R, ECOL 181L,
          ECOL 182R, ECOL 182L, RNR 316; Junior/Senior
          standing.

				
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