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                                                                                                 The Teacher
             College of Arts and                                                                 Education Program
                                                                                                 The College of Arts and Sciences shares

                  Sciences                                                                       responsibility with the College of Educa-
                                                                                                 tion for the Teacher Education Program.
                                                                                                 Students may fulfill the requirements of




                                                                                                                                                 College of
                                                                                                 the Teacher Education Program while ma-




                                                                                                                                                 Sciences
                                                                                                                                                  Arts and
Victor S. Hjelm, Ph.D., Dean                    necessary background for the specialized
Merwin R. Swanson, Ph.D., Associate             knowledge acquired in the discipline in          joring in a discipline within the College of
   Dean                                         which the student majors. Additionally,          Arts and Sciences. Application for admis-
Alan C. Frantz, Ph.D., Assistant Dean           the General Education Requirements are           sion to the Teacher Education Program
                                                intended to assist the student in develop-       does not require a student to apply for
The College of Arts and Sciences                                                                 admission to the College of Education.
                                                ing the intellectual flexibility necessary
introduces students to ways of thinking                                                          Arts and Sciences majors who apply for
                                                for a fulfilling career.
and expression intrinsic to the arts, hu-                                                        admission to the Teacher Education Pro-
manities, and social and natural sciences.      By meeting these requirements, students          gram must meet the following academic
Students are thereby aided in the develop-      develop their skills in oral, written, and       criteria: (1) completion of 24 credits, (2) a
ment of intellectual skills and personal        mathematical communication. They also            cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or
values which serve them in career plan-         acquire habits of thought traditionally as-      better, (3) minimum grades of C in Educa-
ning and lifelong learning.                     sociated with the well-educated person:          tion 200, English 101 and Speech 101.
                                                the ability to analyze and propose solu-         Consult the Teacher Education Program
Some fifty different curricula provide work
                                                tions to personal, social, and scientific        section under the College of Education for
leading to Associate of Science, Associate
                                                problems; the ability to recognize and           additional certification requirements.
of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine
                                                assess value structures; and the ability to
Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of
                                                understand and evaluate the literary and
Music, Master of Arts, Master of Fine
Arts, Master of Public Administration,
                                                expressive arts.
                                                                                                 Pre-Health
Master of Natural Science, Master of Sci-       The general education components for
ence, Doctor of Arts, and Doctor of Phi-
losophy degrees. These curricula provide
                                                the Associate and Bachelor of Arts and
                                                Associate and Bachelor of Science degree
                                                                                                 Professional
a rather wide selection which includes the
recognized courses in the main fields of
                                                programs require students to complete the
                                                goal requirements listed under the General
                                                                                                 Programs
knowledge. The general plan is to provide       Education Requirements section under             (See Special Cooperative Programs, in the
an acquaintance with the basic tools of         General Academic Information of this             introductory section of this catalog, for
culture and to explore one or another dis-      catalog. Students are encouraged to con-         additional information.) Pre-professional
cipline in greater depth. The bachelor’s        sult with their advisor in determining their     preparation for schools of dentistry, medi-
degrees which are awarded are considered        curriculum.                                      cine, optometry, osteopathic medicine,
as evidence of qualification to enter cer-                                                       podiatric medicine and veterinary medi-
tain occupations directly; in many instances                                                     cine can be carried out at Idaho State
they indicate preparation for more ad-          Transfer Students                                University. Advising for such programs is
vanced professional study.                      Students transferring to Idaho State Uni-        available through the Health Professions
Students planning to complete work in a         versity who seek a bachelor’s degree in the      Advisory Committee. Anyone interested
graduate school or professional school,         College of Arts and Sciences should refer        in health professional programs located at
for example, in engineering, law, dentistry     to the section, Policies Governing Fulfill-      ISU (counseling, dental hygiene, family
or medicine, should pay particular atten-       ment of General Education Requirements           medicine, health and nutrition sciences,
tion to the stated requirements of the insti-   by Transfer Students (under Admissions           health care administration, medical tech-
tutions which they plan to attend to be         in General Information).                         nology, nursing, physical therapy, physi-
prepared for admission. If a particular                                                          cian assistant, pharmacy, radiographic
                                                                                                 science, and speech pathology and audiol-
institution has not yet been selected, the
student is advised to consult catalogs and
                                                Major Concentration                              ogy) should contact those departments
seek advice as to the requirements com-         Requirements                                     and colleges directly. Present members of
                                                                                                 the ISU Health Professions Advisory
monly made in such schools.
                                                In addition to the general education com-        Committee are:
                                                ponent, all Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor
General Education                               of Science degree programs require a con-        Dr. D. E. Bunde, Biological Sciences
                                                centration in a departmental major of at         Dr. L. W. Castle, Chemistry
Requirements                                    least 24 credits, of which at least 16 credits
                                                must be in courses numbered 300 and              Dr. L. J. Fontenelle, College of
All Associate and Bachelor of Arts and                                                              Pharmacy
Associate and Bachelor of Science degree        above. The particular course requirements
programs include a general education            of the departmental majors in the College        Dr. L. C. Hatzenbuehler, College of
component intended to provide a breadth         of Arts and Sciences are outlined under the         Health Professions
of knowledge in liberal studies as a            department headings in the catalog.
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             Dr. R. W. McCune, Biological Sciences                Idaho State University General Education          this publication. Medical schools also re-
                                                                  Requirements, and complete all courses            quire that all applicants take the Medical
             Dr. R. R. Seeley, Biological Sciences
                                                                  numbered 300 or lower which are required          College Admission Test (MCAT). Idaho
             Dr. A. G. Urfer, Physical Therapy                    by the zoology curriculum. Students are           residents should be aware that the State of
                                                                  advised to consult with the chair or assis-       Idaho is a participant in the Washington-
             Dr. J. A. Westphal, English and                      tant chair of the Department of Biological        Alaska-Montana-Idaho (WAMI) decen-
                Philosophy                                        Sciences early in their programs if they          tralized medical education program of the
             Pre-health professional students at ISU              plan to pursue this program option.               University of Washington School of Medi-
College of




                                                                                                                    cine and that Idaho also has a contractual
Sciences
 Arts and




             must satisfy specific pre-professional
                                                                                                                    agreement with the University of Utah
             course requirements for their academic
             majors at the undergraduate level. Most
                                                                  Pre-Dentistry                                     School of Medicine. Each of these pro-
             health professional schools provide sub-             The above courses provide a core for pre-         grams reserves a certain number of seats in
             stantial latitude in the academic majors             dental requirements of most dental schools.       the respective medical school classes (pres-
             pursued by students preparing for applica-           However, some dental schools have addi-           ently 15 at the University of Washington
             tion to postgraduate professional programs.          tional requirements. Pre-dental students          School of Medicine and four at the Uni-
                                                                  should consult the latest edition of “Admis-      versity of Utah School of Medicine) for
             Each ISU pre-health student must consult             sion Requirements of U.S. and Canadian            residents of Idaho. Therefore, Idaho resi-
             with a member of the Health Professions              Dental Schools,” published by the Ameri-          dents are advised to at least satisfy pre-
             Advisory Committee in order to success-              can Association of Dental Schools, 1625           medical requirements for these two medical
             fully combine an academic major with a               Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington,              schools. Prospective applicants should con-
             pre-health professional program. It is               D.C. 20036. Members of the Health Profes-         sult with the chair of the Health Profes-
             strongly recommended that pre-profes-                sions Advisory Committee have copies of           sions Advisory Committee for details
             sional students develop a strong back-               this publication. Dental schools also require     concerning these special medical education
             ground in courses such as those listed               that all applicants take the Dental Admis-        programs, as well as details concerning
             below. Courses required by most health               sion Test (DAT). Idaho residents should be        the MCAT.
             professional schools include, but are not            especially aware that the State of Idaho
             limited to, the following:                           currently participates in a joint dental educa-
             BIOL 202         General Zoology              3 cr   tion program with the Creighton University
                                                                                                                    Pre-Optometry
             BIOL 202L        General Zoology Laboratory 1 cr     School of Dentistry which has available up        The core courses listed under General
             BIOS 206         Cell Biology                 3 cr
             BIOS 207         Cell Biology Laboratory      1 cr
                                                                  to seven seats per year for residents of Idaho.   Information provide some guidance for
             CHEM 111         General Chemistry I          5 cr                                                     the pre-optometry student. However, the
             CHEM 112         General Chemistry II         4 cr                                                     large number of significant differences in
             CHEM g301        Organic Chemistry I          3 cr   Dentistry                                         pre-optometry requirements by the vari-
             CHEM g302        Organic Chemistry II         3 cr
             CHEM g303        Organic Chemistry                   In the fall of 1982, Idaho State University       ous optometry schools requires that the
                              Laboratory I                 1 cr   and the Creighton University School of            student obtain a specific list of require-
             CHEM g304        Organic Chemistry                                                                     ments for each optometry school. Pro-
                              Laboratory II                1 cr
                                                                  Dentistry implemented a decentralized
             ENGL 101         English Composition          3 cr   dental education program, the Idaho Den-          spective applicants should consult the latest
             ENGL 201         Critical Reading and Writing 3 cr   tal Education Program (IDEP). Under this          edition of “Admissions to Schools and
             PHYS 111         General Physics I            3 cr   program, up to seven seats per year at the        Colleges of Optometry,” available free
             PHYS 112         General Physics II           3 cr                                                     from the American Optometric Associa-
             PHYS 113-114     General Physics Laboratory 2 cr     Creighton University School of Dentistry
                  (Note the departmental prerequisites            are reserved for Idaho residents. The first       tion, 243 N. Lindbergh Boulevard, St.
                  which accompany many of these                   professional year of the dental school pro-       Louis, Missouri 63141. The chair of the
                  courses.)                                       gram is on the ISU campus in Pocatello.           Health Professions Advisory Committee
                                                                  The students then move to the Creighton           has a copy of this publication. All optom-
             In addition to completing specified pre-                                                               etry schools and colleges require all appli-
                                                                  University School of Dentistry in Omaha
             requisite courses, almost all health profes-                                                           cants to take the Optometry Admission
                                                                  for the second, third and fourth profes-
             sional schools strongly recommend, and                                                                 Test (OAT). Several optometry schools
                                                                  sional years.
             occasionally require, that the pre-profes-                                                             are members of the Western Interstate
             sional student obtain practical experience                                                             Commission for Higher Education
             in the health professional field s/he plans          Pre-Medicine                                      (WICHE) and will therefore give prefer-
             to enter. The applicant also will usually be                                                           ence to applicants who are residents of
             required to take a national standardized             The core of pre-medical courses required
                                                                  by most medical schools is the same as that       WICHE states, such as Idaho. Pre-optom-
             admission test.                                                                                        etry students should consult with the chair
                                                                  presented under General Information.
             Students who complete three years of the             Again, many medical schools have addi-            of the Health Professions Advisory Com-
             curriculum in zoology with a grade point             tional requirements. Pre-medical students         mittee for complete pre-optometry require-
             average of 2.5 or higher may be eligible to          should consult the latest edition of “Medi-       ments for each school or college of
             receive a B.S. degree in zoology after               cal School Admission Requirements, USA            optometry, and also for details concerning
             completion of the first year of study at a           and Canada,” published by the Associa-            the OAT and the WICHE program.
             departmentally approved school of medi-              tion of American Medical Colleges, One
             cine, dentistry, or veterinary medicine.             Dupont Circle NW, Washington, D. C.
             Students choosing this option must com-              20036. Members of the Health Profes-
             plete a minimum of 96 credits, satisfy all           sions Advisory Committee have copies of
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                                                come familiar with the pre-veterinary re-      Dr. B. D. Loebs, Speech and Drama
Pre-Osteopathic                                 quirements of the Washington State Uni-
                                                                                               Dr. S. B. Pawar, Business
Medicine                                        versity College of Veterinary Medicine so
                                                proper courses will be taken in pre-veteri-    These pre-law advisors will create a pre-
General requirements for pre-osteopathic        nary medical work at ISU. Students who are     law curriculum designed to accommodate
medicine are nearly identical to those          not residents of Idaho should consult with     the student’s major and help him/her pre-
discussed under Pre-medicine. More in-          the chair of the Health Professions Advi-      pare for the Law School Admission Test
formation concerning osteopathic medi-          sory Committee concerning the choice of        and a career in accordance with the prin-




                                                                                                                                                 College of
cine can be obtained by writing to the




                                                                                                                                                 Sciences
                                                                                                                                                  Arts and
                                                veterinary medical schools to apply to and     ciples discussed above.
American Osteopathic Association, 212           the proper development of a pre-veterinary
East Ohio Street, Chicago, Illinois 60611,      medical program at ISU.
or by consulting with the chair of the
Health Professions Advisory Committee.          The pre-veterinary medical student also        Bachelor of Arts
                                                should be aware that most veterinary

Pre-Podiatric
                                                schools look upon some practical experi-
                                                ence with a veterinarian as a very desirable
                                                                                               in General
Medicine                                        or even necessary prerequisite for admis-
                                                sion. The Washington State University
                                                                                               Studies
The core pre-podiatric medical courses are      College of Veterinary Medicine specifi-        This is a non-specialist degree program
the same as those presented under General       cally requires a minimum of 300 hours of       designed to meet the needs of students
Information. Pre-professional require-          experience with a veterinarian. It also re-    interested in broadly based education in
ments of some podiatric medical schools         quires that the applicant take the Aptitude    the liberal arts. It provides greater flexibil-
may vary from that list. Therefore, the pre-    (Verbal and Quantitative) Section of the       ity and breadth in subject matter than
podiatric medical student should consult        Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or           provided by traditional degree programs.
the latest edition of “Podiatric Medical        the Veterinary Aptitude Test (VAT).            Students in the general studies program
Education,” available from the American                                                        must complete all of the General Educa-
Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medi-                                                     tion goals (10A and 10B) as a program
cine, 20 Chevy Chase Circle, N. W., Wash-
ington, D. C. 20015. The chair of the
                                                Pre-Law                                        requirement. See the Assistant Dean of the
                                                                                               College of Arts and Sciences for advising
Health Professions Advisory Committee
has a copy of this publication. All podiat-
                                                Program                                        in this program.
                                                                                               A student’s BAGS program must include
ric medical schools require all applicants      The successful attorney is one who under-      approved coursework from these areas: a)
to take the MCAT (see Pre-medicine).            stands how changes within society affect       biological science and laboratory; b) physi-
Pre-podiatric medical students should con-      the relationships between and among            cal science and laboratory; c) fine arts
sult with the chair of the Health Profes-       people. An effective attorney should have      (arts, dance, film, music, theater); d) lit-
sions Advisory Committee about complete         an understanding of human behavior, so-        erature; e) philosophy; f) U.S. history; g)
pre-podiatric medical requirements and          cial, political and economic change, our       non-U.S. history or culture; h) economics
details concerning the MCAT.                    ecological systems and the general influ-      or political science; i) anthropology, psy-
                                                ence of our philosophical, literary and        chology, or sociology. The BAGS advisor
                                                historical heritage. Hence, the student with
Pre-Veterinary                                  a broad undergraduate preparation and a
                                                                                               approves these courses. Students may use
                                                                                               courses they have taken to satisfy General
Medicine                                        developed insight into many facets of life     Education goals to meet these additional
                                                attains the best educational preparation for   program requirements.
The core pre-veterinary medical courses         the practice of law.
are similar to those listed under General                                                      Upper division courses - At least 48 cred-
Information. However, there are sufficient      There is no set course pattern or curricu-     its of Arts and Sciences courses are re-
differences that the pre-veterinary medi-       lum leading to a degree in pre-law. The        quired, but not more than a total of 40
cal student should consult catalogs of the      Association of American Law Schools            credits may be earned in any one subject
veterinary medical schools to which s/he        recommends that pre-law students major         field. Coursework graded P/NP or S/U
eventually plans to apply, as well as con-      in whatever field interests them. Students     must be approved in advance.
sulting with his/her advisor. Students          may benefit from this recommendation in
should consult with the chair of the Health     two ways: they will generally do better in     Electives - Courses from all across the
Professions Advisory Committee.                 areas of study which interest them, and        university may be utilized to complete the
                                                formal training in the major area is a         128 credit hours required for graduation.
Idaho residents should be advised that long     valuable end in itself.
term agreement has been reached among
the states of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho     The student who aspires to attend law
to share responsibility for the curriculum      school should seek the counsel of one of
and program at the Washington State Uni-        the members of the Pre-Law Advising
versity College of Veterinary Medicine.         Committee. Members are:
This program (WOI) is the major one which       Dr. T. Hale, History
will accept Idaho residents. Therefore, Idaho
residents should make every effort to be-       Dr. David Adler, Political Science
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                                                                    BIOL 203           General Botany               3 cr    discover from a number of directions the
             Associate of Arts                                      BIOL 203L
                                                                    BIOS 209
                                                                                       General Botany Laboratory 1 cr
                                                                                       General Ecology              4 cr
                                                                                                                            complexity of human thought and society.
                                                                    BIOS 206           Cell Biology                 3 cr    Graduates can find their places in many
             in General                                             BIOS 207
                                                                    CHEM 111
                                                                                       Cell Biology Laboratory
                                                                                       General Chemistry I
                                                                                                                    1 cr
                                                                                                                    5 cr
                                                                                                                            fields, such as foreign service, civil ser-
                                                                                                                            vice, public relations, and law. They also
             Studies                                                CHEM 112
                                                                    MATH 160
                                                                    PHYS 111
                                                                                       General Chemistry II
                                                                                       Brief Calculus
                                                                                       General Physics I
                                                                                                                    4 cr
                                                                                                                    4 cr
                                                                                                                    3 cr
                                                                                                                            may choose to pursue further professional
                                                                                                                            training in graduate programs in any of the
             This degree requires completion of the                 PHYS 112           General Physics II           3 cr    areas chosen for emphasis. American Stud-
                                                                    PHYS 113-114       General Physics Laboratory 2 cr
College of




             following program:                                                                                             ies students are encouraged to design
Sciences
 Arts and




                                                                    Lower division electives                    0 - 7 cr
             All of the General Education Goals                                                       TOTAL 64 - 65 cr      programs that meet personal aspirations.
             (10A and 10B)                            37 - 52* cr
             Additional lower division courses
             in the humanities                               6 cr
                                                                    Geology Option                                          Major in American
             Additional lower division                              CHEM 111           General Chemistry I           5 cr
             courses in the social sciences
             Electives (lower division)
                                                             6 cr
                                                        0 - 15 cr
                                                                    CHEM 112
                                                                    GEOL 101
                                                                                       General Chemistry II
                                                                                       Physical Geology
                                                                                                                     4 cr
                                                                                                                     3 cr
                                                                                                                            Studies
                                                      Total 64 cr                      OR                                   The American Studies major requires no
                                                                    GEOL 109           Physical Geology for                 specific courses beyond the requirements
             Of the last 20 credits applied to an                                      Scientists                    3 cr
                                                                    GEOL 101L          Physical Geology Laboratory 1 cr     for the B.A. degree in the College of Arts
             Associate’s degree, 16 credits must be
                                                                    GEOL 102           Historical Geology            3 cr   and Sciences. Rather, the student will com-
             taken in residence at Idaho State University.          GEOL 211           Mineralogy                    3 cr   plete an American Studies component and
                                                                    MATH 170-275 Calculus I, Calculus II
                  *The number of credits required for the                              (recommended)                 8 cr
                                                                                                                            three areas of emphasis. For the former, the
                  General Education Requirements varies                                OR                                   student must take a minimum of 18 credits
                  depending on the student’s performance            MATH 160           Brief Calculus                4 cr   in American Studies from all courses of-
                  on proficiency or placement examina-              PHYS 115           Introduction to Solar Energy 3 cr    fered. Then, for a primary departmental
                  tions in English , foreign languages, or                             AND
                                                                    PHYS 112           General Physics II            3 cr   emphasis, the student will select a mini-
                  mathematics.
                                                                                       OR                                   mum of 24 credits from any one of the
                                                                    PHYS 211-212       Engineering Physics           8 cr   following disciplines: English, history, po-
                                                                    Lower division electives                    0 - 13 cr
                                                                                                                            litical science, sociology, anthropology, or
             Associate of                                                                              TOTAL 64 - 65 cr
                                                                                                                            psychology. For a secondary emphasis, the
                                                                    Physical Sciences                                       student will select a minimum of 18 credits
             Science in                                                                                                     from another of the departments listed above
                                                                    Option                                                  or may substitute mass communication,
             General Studies                                        CHEM 111           General Chemistry         5 cr
                                                                                                                            economics, philosophy, biology, geology,
                                                                                                                            or education. For a third area of emphasis,
                                                                    CHEM 112           General Chemistry         4 cr
             The same General Education Requirements                MATH 170           Calculus I                4 cr       the student will select a minimum of 12
             for a Bachelor of Science degree in the                MATH 175           Calculus II               4 cr       credits from any of the disciplines already
                                                                    MATH 275           Calculus III              4 cr       listed or, with permission from the director,
             College of Arts and Sciences are required              PHYS 211-212       Engineering Physics       8 cr
             of all options for the Associate of Science            PHYS 213-214       Engineering Physics                  elect courses offered by multiple depart-
             degree:                                                                   Laboratory                2 cr       ments but focusing on a single topic, such as
                                                                    Lower division electives                5 - 13 cr       women’s studies, religious studies, or mu-
             Goal 1                                     3 - 6 cr                                         TOTAL 64 cr
             Goal 2                                         2 cr                                                            seum studies. (The student desiring teach-
             Two of Goals 6, 7, and 8                       6 cr                                                            ing certification in American Studies must
             Three of Goals 9, 10, 11, and 12          9 - 14 cr
                                                TOTAL 20 - 28 cr    Program of                                              meet the requirements established by the
                                                                                                                            College of Education.)
             Goals 3, 4, and 5 are satisfied in each of the
             options listed below.                                  American                                                Minor in American
             Of the last 20 credits applied to an Associate’s
             degree, 16 credits must be taken in resi-              Studies                                                 Studies
             dence at Idaho State University.                                                                               The American Studies minor is designed
                                                                    Director and Professor: B. Attebery                     to give the student majoring in another
             The number of credits required for the
                                                                                                                            field an interdisciplinary knowledge of
             General Education Requirements varies
                                                                                                                            American culture. The minor requires 18
             depending on the student’s performance
             on proficiency or placement examinations               Bachelor of Arts                                        credits in American studies, including the
                                                                                                                            introductory course, AMST 200, and one
             in English or mathematics.
                                                                    in American                                             senior seminar, AMST 401 or 402, or a
                                                                                                                            substitute, cross-listed seminar approved
             Biological Sciences                                    Studies                                                 by the program director. The remaining 12
                                                                                                                            credits must be divided equally between
             Option                                                 The American Studies program offers                     courses cross-listed with humanities and
             BIOL 202          General Zoology               3 cr   students a broadly based, flexible, inter-              social science disciplines. No more than 6
             BIOL 202L         General Zoology                      disciplinary approach to education. In so               credits cross-listed with any single disci-
                               Laboratory                    1 cr                                                           pline may be counted toward the minor.
                                                                    doing, the program challenges students to
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                                                     AMST 212 Introduction to Folklore/Oral              departments and the director of American Stud-
American Studies                                     Tradition 3 credits. Categories, functions,         ies of the validity of their proposals. May be
                                                     contexts, and modes of transmission of folk         repeated to a maximum of 6 credits. F, S, Su
Courses                                              stories, songs, proverbs, games, crafts, cus-
AMST 100 Introduction to American Lan-               toms, and other traditional lore. Cross-listed as
guage and Cultures 3 credits. Introduction to
the forms, uses, and conventions of American
                                                     ANTH 212 and ENGL 212. D
                                                     AMST 225 United States Military History 3
                                                                                                         Department
English, with emphasis upon their cultural ori-      credits. Survey of the origins and development
gins and functional varieties. Intended prima-       of the U.S. military with appropriate attention
                                                                                                         of




                                                                                                                                                              College of

                                                                                                                                                              Sciences
                                                                                                                                                               Arts and
rily for speakers of standard English as second      to developments outside the U.S. Cross-listed
language or second dialect. Available on a pass/     as HIST 225. D
fail basis for those students who elect such an
option (with a pass requiring “C” work). D
                                                     AMST 238 Peoples and Cultures of the New
                                                     World 3 credits. Overview of the indigenous
                                                                                                         Anthropology
AMST 101 Introduction to American Gov-               peoples of the New World. Topics include
ernment 3 credits. Constitutional basis, struc-      prehistory, history, and ethnology of Ameri-        Chair and Associate Professor: Hall
ture, and administrative organization of the         can Indians. Cross-listed as ANTH 238. Satis-       Professor: Stocks
national government. Cross-listed as POLS            fies Goal 10A of the General Education              Associate Professors: Holmer, Loether,
101. Satisfies Goal 11 of the General Educa-         Requirements. D                                        Lohse
tion Requirements. F, S, Su                          AMST 248 Local/National Minorities 3 cred-          Assistant Professor: Castille
AMST 106 American Music 3 credits. A                 its. Sociological assessment of historical back-    Adjunct Faculty: Gould, Wolfley
listening-oriented course for general students       grounds and contemporary situations of major        Affiliate Faculty: Meldrum, Weppner,
focusing on American folk, popular and art           local and national ethnic groups. Theories of          Woods
music styles. No music reading/performance           race relations examine issues associated with       Research Associate: Dean
skills assumed. Cross-listed as MUSC 106.            Black, Chicano, and American Indian popula-
Satisfies Goal 6 of the General Education            tions. Cross-listed as SOC 248. S                   The Department of Anthropology offers
Requirements. D                                      AMST 258 Native American History 3 cred-            courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts
AMST 111 U.S. History I (to 1865) 3 credits.         its. Assesses diversity of North American na-       degree and the Master of Arts or Master
Colonial origins and achievement of indepen-         tives, their life and thought; European impact;     of Science degrees in Anthropology. For
dence, constitutional government, national           federal policy; and natives’ response to con-       a full description of the M.A. and M.S.
boundaries, and the preservation of the union.       tinual cultural and physical assault. Cross-        degrees, refer to the Graduate Catalog.
Cross-listed as HIST 111. Satisfies Goal 9 of        listed as HIST 258. D
                                                                                                         The anthropology major provides train-
the General Education Requirements. F, S             AMST 277-278 American Literature 3 cred-            ing in all four subdisciplines in the field,
AMST 112 U.S. History II (to present) 3              its each. Examination of major works and
                                                                                                         including archaeology, biological anthro-
credits. The domestic and international devel-       authors in historical perspective with emphasis
opment of a plural, industrial society. Cross-       upon literary and cultural backgrounds. Cross-      pology, anthropological linguistics, and
listed as HIST 112. Satisfies Goal 9 of the          listed as ENGL 277-278. D                           sociocultural anthropology. In addition,
General Education Requirements. F, S                                                                     the department offers a minor in Anthro-
                                                     AMST 290 American Broadcasting 3 cred-
AMST 200 Introduction to American Studies            its. Introduction to the history, structure, eco-   pology or American Indian Studies.
3 credits. This course will introduce essential      nomics, programming and regulation of
themes in American studies, will outline a           broadcasting in the United States. Cross-listed
basic canon of interdisciplinary knowledge,
and will discuss methods with which aspects
                                                     as M C 290. PREREQ: M C 119. F
                                                     AMST 291 The Historian’s Craft 3 credits.
                                                                                                         Bachelor of Arts
of American cultural life may be analyzed.
Fulfills Goal 9 of the General Education
Requirements. D
                                                     Takes an interdisciplinary approach to histori-
                                                     cal research. Trains students in diverse meth-      in Anthropology
                                                     ods of inquiry and analysis. Cross-listed as
AMST 201-202 Issues in American Studies 3            HIST 291. D                                         Beyond the general university require-
credits. Consideration of American culture,                                                              ments, the major in anthropology must
                                                     AMST 301-302 Junior Seminar in Ameri-
designed for sophomores, to demonstrate the          can Studies 3 credits. Discussion and practice      complete at least 53 credits of departmen-
interdisciplinary approach to knowledge              in using the topical or issue oriented approach     tally approved course work. The student
through multiple documents such as those from        to problems. Topic or issue to be determined by     must earn at least a C grade in all lower and
mass media, sociology, literature, history, or       instructors, subject to approval of department      upper division core courses.
fine arts. Issue, theme, or timeblock focus          chairpersons. D
varies with each course offering. D
AMST 203 American Studies Laboratory 1
                                                     AMST 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops            Required Lower Division
                                                     aimed at the development and improvement of
credit. Laboratory credit given for active par-      skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a major   Courses
ticipation in relating course work in any Ameri-     or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D          ANTH 107        The Nature of Language        3 cr
can Studies course to evidence of regional culture                                                       ANTH 203        Introduction to Archaeology 3 cr
in southeastern Idaho. Credit requires approval      AMST 401-402 Senior Seminar in American
                                                                                                         ANTH 230        Introduction to Biological
of major advisor and program director. D             Studies 3 credits. Seminar using interdiscipli-
                                                                                                                         Anthropology                  3 cr
                                                     nary methodology to explore particular issues       ANTH 232        Introduction to Biological
AMST 210 History and Appreciation of                 in depth. Focus to be determined by instruc-                        Anthropology Laboratory       1 cr
Photography 3 credits. Discovery of the pho-         tors, subject to approval of department chair-      ANTH 250        Introduction to Sociocultural
tographic process and its evolution to present.      person. D                                                           Anthropology                  3 cr
Analysis of many recognized masters of pho-                                                              ANTH 237        Peoples and Cultures of
tography. Cross-listed as M C 210 and ART            AMST 403 Problems in American Studies                               the Old World                 3 cr
210. Satisfies Goal 6 of the General Education       1-6 credits. For any student who wishes to do                       OR
Requirements. F, S                                   individual but guided work on a paper or project    ANTH 238        Peoples and Cultures of the
                                                     relating to American culture. Students will need                    New World                     3 cr
                                                     to convince two instructors from different                                            TOTAL: 16 CR
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                                                                       ANTH g474        Special Topics in                      ANTH 205 Introduction to Archaeology
             Required Upper Division                                                    Indian Education         3 cr          Laboratory 1 credit. Exercises and experi-
             Courses                                                   ANTH g489        Special Topics in                      ments introducing the methods and techniques
                                                                                        American Indian Studies  3 cr
             ANTH g401          History and Theory of                  HIST 258         Native American History  3 cr
                                                                                                                               of archaeology. COREQ: ANTH 203. S
                                Anthropology               3 cr        POLS 303         Law and the American                   ANTH 212 Introduction to Folklore/Oral
             ANTH g495          Department Colloquium      1 cr                         Indian                   3 cr          Tradition 3 credits. Categories, functions,
                                                   TOTAL: 4 cr         POLS 304         Tribal Government        3 cr
             IN ADDITION:       Upper Division Anthropology
                                                                                                                               contexts, and modes of transmission of folk
                                                                                                          TOTAL 21 cr
                                Elective Courses           9 cr                                                                stories, songs, proverbs, games, crafts, cus-
                                                                                                                               toms, and other traditional lore. Cross-listed as
                                                                       Minor in
College of
Sciences




             Plus at least 3 credits from each of the
 Arts and




                                                                                                                               AMST 212 and ENGL 212. D
             four sub-field core courses:
                                                                       Anthropology                                            ANTH 215 Women and Sex Roles in
                                                                                                                               Anthropological Perspective 3 credits. Hu-
             Archaeology                                                                                                       man behavior, social and biological differ-
             ANTH g403          Theory in Archaeology           3 cr   Required Courses                                        ences in the context of various cultures and
             ANTH g404          Material Culture Analysis       3 cr   ANTH 107         The Nature of Language          3 cr   stratification systems. D
             ANTH g405          Analytical Techniques                  ANTH 203         Introduction to Archaeology     3 cr
                                Laboratory                      1 cr
                                                                                                                               ANTH 220 Introduction to American In-
                                                                       ANTH 230         Introduction to Biological
                                                                                                                               dian Studies 3 credits. Survey of areas of
                                                                                        Anthropology                    3 cr
             Biological Anthropology                                   ANTH 232         Introduction to Biological             study within American Indian Studies. Topics
             Any 3-credit upper division course in biological                           Anthropology Laboratory         1 cr   include prehistory, ethnography, linguistics,
             anthropology                                              ANTH 250         Introduction to Sociocultural          art, music and history of indigenous peoples of
                                                                                        Anthropology                    3 cr   the New World. D
             Linguistic Anthropology                                   IN ADDITION:     Upper Division
                                                                                                                               ANTH 230 Introduction to Biological An-
                                                                                        Anthropology Courses            9 cr
             Any 3-credit upper division linguistic course in the                                                              thropology 3 credits. Introduction to human
             Department of Anthropology.                                                                                       biology, including human origins, evolution,
             Sociocultural Anthropology                                Anthropology                                            human adaptation, and diversity. D
                                                                                                                               ANTH 232 Introduction to Biological An-
             ANTH g384          Methods and Techniques
                                of Ethnographic                        Courses                                                 thropology Laboratory 1 credit. Introduction
                                                                                                                               to methodologies and techniques in biological
                                Field Research           3 cr
             ANTH g402          Ecological Anthropology  3 cr          ANTH 100 General Anthropology 3 credits.                anthropology. COREQ: ANTH 230. D
                                                  TOTAL 12 cr          Introduction to fields of anthropology-physi-
                                                                                                                               ANTH 237 Peoples and Cultures of the Old
                                                                       cal anthropology, archaeology, linguistics, and
             Related Areas                                                                                                     World 3 credits. Examination of human social
                                                                       ethnology, and to biological and cultural de-
                                                                                                                               and cultural diversity from different parts of
             In consultation with a departmental advi-                 velopment of humans. Satisfies Goal 12 of the
                                                                                                                               the Old World. Topics include social structure,
             sor, students will complete 9 credits of                  General Education Requirements. F, S, Su
                                                                                                                               ecology, religion, politics, and language. May
             upper division courses in fields outside the              ANTH 101 Elementary Shoshoni I 4 credits.               be repeated up to 6 credits. Satisfies Goal 10A
             department which are related to their                     Basic communication skills and grammar of               of the General Education Requirements. D
             specific interests.                                       Shoshoni and introduction to Shoshoni cul-
                                                                                                                               ANTH 238 Peoples and Cultures of the New
                                                                       ture. Cross-listed as SHOS 101. Satisfies Goal
                                                                                                                               World 3 credits. Examination of the human
             One of the following 3 credit statistics                  10B of the General Education Requirements. D
                                                                                                                               social and cultural diversity from different
             courses must also be completed:                           ANTH 102 Elementary Shoshoni II 4 cred-                 parts of the New World. Topics include social
             BIOS 315           Introduction to Biometry        3 cr
                                                                       its. Furthering basic communication skills and          structure, ecology, religion, politics, and lan-
                                OR                                     grammar of Shoshoni and introduction to                 guage. May be repeated for a maximum of 6
             MATH 253           Introduction to Statistics      3 cr   Shoshoni culture. Cross-listed as SHOS 102.             credits. Satisfies Goal 10A of the General Edu-
                                                                       Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Education             cation Requirements. F, S
                                                    TOTAL 12 cr        Requirements. D
                                                                                                                               ANTH 250 Introduction to Sociocultural
                                                                       ANTH 107 Nature of Language 3 credits.                  Anthropology 3 credits. Explores cultural and
             Minor in American                                         General survey of structure and use of language.        biocultural behavior including cross cultural
                                                                       Topics include language origins, descriptive            examination of enculturation, culture and per-
             Indian Studies                                            and historical linguistics, language and culture,       sonality, social organization, kinship and mar-
                                                                       and history of the English language. Cross-             riage, economics, politics, and ideology. Focus
                                                                       listed as ENGL 107 and LANG 107. F                      on cultural dynamics and contemporary issues
             Required Courses
                                                                       ANTH 201 Intermediate Shoshoni I 4 cred-                in cultural anthropology. F
             ANTH 100           General Anthropology       3 cr
             ANTH 220           Introduction to American
                                                                       its. Intermediate communication skills and              ANTH 313 Old World Archaeology 3 cred-
                                Indian Studies             3 cr        grammar of Shoshoni. Deepens understanding              its. Prehistory of the Old World. Precise areal
             ANTH 238           People and Cultures of the             of Shoshoni Culture and builds on skills and            focus and periods may vary. Includes both
                                New World                  3 cr        knowledge gained in Elementary Shoshoni.                theory and exposition. PREREQ: ANTH 203
                                                    TOTAL 9 cr         Cross-listed as SHOS 201. F                             OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
             Plus 12 credits from the following, for                   ANTH 202 Intermediate Shoshoni II 4 cred-               ANTH 314 New World Archaeology 3 cred-
             a total of 21 credits:                                    its. Intermediate communication skills and              its. Examination of the prehistory of the Ameri-
                                                                       grammar of Shoshoni. Deepens understanding              cas with emphasis on the North American
             ANTH g362          American Indian Verbal Arts 3 cr       of Shoshoni culture and builds on skills and
             ANTH 363            American Indian Literature
                                                                                                                               Continent. PREREQ: ANTH 203 OR PER-
                                (Cross-listed as ENGL 363) 3 cr
                                                                       knowledge gained in Elementary Shoshoni.                MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
             ANTH g364          Survey of American Indian              Cross-listed as SHOS 202. S
                                                                                                                               ANTH g322 Principles of Taphonomy 3
                                Languages                   3 cr       ANTH 203 Introduction to Archaeology 3                  credits. Effects of processes which modify
             ANTH g406          American Indian Health                 credits. Introduction to basic methods, data            organisms between death and the time the
                                Issues                      3 cr
                                                                       and concepts of archaeology. PREREQ: ANTH               usually fossilized remains are studied.
             ANTH g472          Native American Arts and
                                Industries                  3 cr       100 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                      Emphasis on vertebrates. Cross-listed as BIOS
                                                                                                                                                      55
g322, GEOL g322. PREREQ: PERMISSION                   PREREQ: ANTH 230 & 250 OR PERMIS-                    ANTH g459 Linguistic Field Methods 3 cred-
OF INSTRUCTOR. AF                                     SION THE INSTRUCTOR. AF                              its. Practical experience in linguistic analysis
ANTH g330 Human Origins and Evolution                 ANTH g402 Ecological Anthropology 3                  of a language using data elicited from a native
3 credits. Examines human origins within the          credits. Interaction of human biocultural sys-       speaker. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
context of evolutionary processes. Adaptation,        tems and environment. Relations of natural           PREREQ: ANTH 456 OR PERMISSION OF
trends and relationships within the primate           resources, technological inventories, social         INSTRUCTOR. D
lineage will be investigated. PREREQ: ANTH            organization, cultural categories. Native re-        ANTH g472 Native American Arts 3 credits.
230, ANTH 232, BIOL 202 OR PERMISSION                 source management practices. PREREQ:                 Survey of Native American arts and industries,
OF INSTRUCTOR. A F                                    ANTH 203,250,230, BIOL 100 OR PERMIS-                including prehistoric, ethnographic, and con-




                                                                                                                                                              College of

                                                                                                                                                              Sciences
                                                                                                                                                               Arts and
ANTH g332 Human Osteology 3 credits. Pro-             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. AF                               temporary venues. PREREQ: ANTH 238 AND
vides a working knowledge of skeletal anatomy,        ANTH g403 Theory in Archaeology 3 credits.           PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
primarily focusing on identification of indi-         History of the development of current methods        ANTH g474 Special Topics in Indian Educa-
vidual bones. Other topics include: osteogen-         and theory in archaeology. PREREQ: ANTH              tion 3 credits. Rotating review of topics deal-
esis, pathologies, and applications of knowledge      203 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                   ing with issues in Indian education. Consult
and technique. PREREQ: ANTH 230 AND 232               ANTH g404 Material Culture Analysis 3                current schedule of classes for exact course
OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. AF                       credits. Methods and analyses used in archae-        being t aught. PREREQ: ANTH 220 OR PER-
ANTH g336 Nutritional Anthropology                    ology and anthropology to understand the             MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
3 credits. Overview of human nutritional              relationship between objects and culture.            ANTH g481 Specializations in Anthropol-
needs and factors influencing food consump-           PREREQ: ANTH 203 OR PERMISSION OF                    ogy 3 credits. Rotating specialized topics such
tion patterns. Human nutrition examined               INSTRUCTOR. COREQ: ANTH g405. D                      as applied anthropology, proxemics, ethnology,
as a biocultural adaptive mechanism, using            ANTH g405 Analytical Techniques Labo-                religion, international development. See class
information provided by paleoanthro-                  ratory 1 credit. Analytical techniques               schedule for titles. PREREQ: UPPER DIV
pology, paleopathology and epidemiology.              laboratory to accompany ANTH g404. Stu-              STATUS OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUC-
PREREQ: ANTH 230 OR PERMISSION OF                     dents will complete an assigned project in           TOR. May be repeated up to 6 credits. D
INSTRUCTOR. S                                         material culture analysis. PREREQ: ANTH              ANTH g482 Independent Problems in An-
ANTH g360 Introduction to Socio-linguis-              203 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.                     thropology 1-3 credits. Investigation of an
tics 3 credits. Study of the patterned covariation    COREQ: ANTH g404. D                                  anthropological problem chosen by the student
of language and society, social dialects and          ANTH g406 American Indian Health Issues 3            and approved by the staff. May be repeated up
social styles in language; problems of bilin-         credits. An overview of health concerns, both        to 6 credits. D
gualism, multilingualism, creoles and language        current and past, of American Indian people,         ANTH g483 Field Research 3 credits. Practi-
uses. PREREQ: ANTH 107. AS                            and the biological and sociocultural factors which   cal experience in field research. PREREQ:
ANTH g362 American Indian Verbal Arts 3               influence health status. PREREQ: ANTH 220            PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
credits. Analysis of current theories in the          OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. AF                      ANTH g486 Archaeology Field School 1-6
study of oral literature and ethnopoetics, focus-     ANTH g407 Cross-Cultural Health and Heal-            credits. Practical field and laboratory training
ing on the oral traditions of American Indians.       ing 3 credits. Examination of the biocultural        in archaeological excavation techniques and
PREREQ: ANTH 107, ANTH 220, OR PER-                   basis of human health and disease. Focuses on        methods of analysis. PREREQ: ANTH 203 OR
MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. AF                             the ways in which cultures define health and         PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. Su
ANTH 363 American Indian Literature 3 cred-           illness, and how these definitions ultimately        ANTH g487 Ethnographic Field School 3
its. Considers literary works by and about North      influence the health status of individuals. F        credits. Supervised fieldwork in cultural an-
American native people, especially in relation-       ANTH g408 Special Topics in Medical An-              thropology in a given ethnographic setting where
ship to history, genre, and culture, including oral   thropology 3 credits. Rotating topics within         students and faculty work on a specific set of
traditions. Cross-listed as ENGL 363. D               the specialization of medical anthropology,          field problems. PREREQ: ANTH 250 AND
ANTH g364 Survey of American Indian                   including: international health issues, ethno-       g384 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
Languages 3 credits. History of scholarship,          psychiatry, ethnomedicine and non-western            ANTH g489 Special Topics in American
analysis and classification of American Indian        healing systems. May be repeated for a maxi-         Indian Studies 3 credits. Rotating review of
languages with emphasis on the languages of a         mum of 6 credits. D                                  topics dealing with issues in American Indian
particular phylum or geographical area.               ANTH g410 Introduction to Cultural Re-               studies. Consult current schedule of classes for
PREREQ: ANTH 107 OR PERMISSION OF                     sources Management 3 credits. Introduction           exact course being taught. PREREQ: ANTH
INSTRUCTOR. D                                         to CRM reviewing historic preservation and           220 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
ANTH g384 Methods and Techniques of                   federal legislation as they pertain to archaeol-     ANTH g490 Folklore 3 credits. Principles,
Ethnographic Field Research 3 credits. Par-           ogy; practical experience in site survey and         content, and dissemination of orally transmit-
ticipant observation, field notes, data types,        recording. PREREQ: ANTH 203 OR PER-                  ted religious beliefs and popular narrative
analytical procedures, interviewing skills, oral      MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                             forms in preliterate societies. Cross-listed as
history, report writing. PREREQ: ANTH 250             ANTH g455 Linguistic Analysis I 3 credits.           ENGL g490. D
AND ANY ANTHROPOLOGICAL LIN-                          Introduction to descriptive linguistics focusing
GUISTICS COURSE, OR PERMISSION OF                                                                          ANTH g491 Archaeology Laboratory Analy-
                                                      on phonetics, phonology and morphology. Cross-       sis 3 credits. Directed analysis of archaeologi-
INSTRUCTOR. AF                                        listed as LANG g455. PREREQ: ANTH 107. R2            cal remains and report writing. May be repeated
ANTH 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Work-                  ANTH g456 Linguistic Analysis II 3 credits.          up to 6 credits. PREREQ: ANTH g404, ANTH
shops aimed at the development and improve-           Introduction to descriptive linguistics focusing     g405, AND ANTH g486. F, S
ment of skills. Does not satisfy requirements         on morphology, syntax, and semantics. Cross-
for a major or a minor. May be repeated.                                                                   ANTH g493 Interdisciplinary Anthropol-
                                                      listed as LANG g456. PREREQ: ANTH 455. D             ogy 3 credits. Rotating review of cross-disci-
Graded S/U. D
                                                      ANTH g458 Historical Linguistics 3 credits.          plinary anthropology; psychological, medical,
ANTH g401 History and Theory of Anthro-               The methods and theories of the historical study     visual, educational, biodiversity conservation.
pology 3 credits. Survey of the development           of language. The comparative method, internal        See current class schedule for course titles.
of anthropology, various schools of thought,          reconstruction, linguistic change over time, ge-     PREREQ: UPPER DIVISION STATUS OR
important personalities, and concepts that have       netic typology of languages, and applications to     PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. May be
contributed to anthropology over time.                prehistory. PREREQ: ANTH 107. AS                     repeated up to 6 credits. D
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             ANTH g495 Department Colloquium 1               Admission                                       offered only during the spring semester
             credit. Critical examination of a significant                                                   of odd-numbered years. Summer school
             problem in anthropology to be chosen each       Departmental requirements are the same          graduates must exhibit during the spring
             semester. For faculty, graduate students, and   for both degrees. Students who wish to          semester preceding graduation. At least 36
             anthropology majors. Interdepartmental par-     declare a major in art must meet the fol-
             ticipation also is encouraged. D                                                                of the credits earned toward graduation
                                                             lowing criteria:                                must be in upper division courses (300 or
                                                             1. Overall grade point average of 2.5.          400 numbers) and sixteen of these must

             Department                                      2. Achieve a grade point average of 3.0 or
                                                                                                             be in your major.
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




                                                                higher from completion of the founda-

             of Art and                                         tion courses (ART 105, 106, 103,104,
                                                                and 100). Students who do not have a         Bachelor of Arts
                                                                3.0 grade point average in these founda-
             Pre-                                               tion courses may, with the approval of       in Art
                                                                their advisor, appeal for admission as an
                                                                art major by submitting a portfolio for      The Bachelor of Arts degree in art combines
             Architecture                                       staff review. The student should consult
                                                                his/her advisor for declaration of major
                                                                                                             a liberal arts education with a strong con-
                                                                                                             centration in studio areas and art history.
             Chair and Professor: Dial                          forms.
             Professors: Evans, Friend, Kovacs,                                                              Required Courses
                                                             3. Transfer students must present a portfo-
                Martin                                          lio of art work if admitted with 15 or       ART 100        Survey of Art              3 cr
             Associate Professors: Granger                                                                   ART 101        History of Western Art I   3 cr
                                                                more semester hours of credit in art         ART 102        History of Western Art II  3 cr
             Assistant Professors: Warnock                      courses.                                     ART 103        Creative Process           3 cr
             Affiliate Faculty: Vaughn                                                                       ART 104        Creative Process           3 cr
             Professor Emeritus: Brown                       The Department of Art and Pre-Architec-         ART 105        Drawing I                  3 cr
             Associate Professor Emerita: Obermayr           ture will accept no grades below C for major    ART 106        Drawing II                 3 cr
                                                                                                             ART 494        Senior Presentation        1 cr
                                                             and minor course work. Courses with be-         IN ADDITION:   Art electives             27 cr
                                                             low-C grades, including art electives, must                                       TOTAL: 49 cr
             The primary aim of the art program is to        be repeated and a higher grade earned
             develop the aesthetic awareness and tech-       before a student can qualify for gradua-
             nical proficiency of the individual student
             in the visual arts. The student who declares
                                                             tion with a degree in art.                      Bachelor of Fine
             an art major can earn either the Bachelor of
             Arts degree or the Bachelor of Fine Arts        Prerequisites                                   Arts in Art
             degree. The BFA is strongly recommended         Students who major in art must complete         Students planning professional art careers
             for those students who plan to pursue           the foundation courses (ART 105, 106,           in educational or commercial fields or
             graduate work in the visual arts or who         103, 104, and 100) before enrolling in any      who are planning to do graduate work
             intend to enter into commercial studio          200 level or above studio courses. (The         in art are encouraged to earn the B.F.A.
             production. The studio areas offered for        student should take these courses during        degree.
             concentration are drawing, painting, print-     the freshman year.) ART 100 will be re-
             making, sculpture, weaving, ceramics and        quired prior to enrollment in 101 and 102
             jewelry/metals. In addition, a variety of art   for art majors only. Non-majors may take
                                                                                                             Required Courses
             history classes are available, and studio       studio courses/art history without the foun-    ART 100        Survey of Art                 3 cr
                                                                                                             ART 101        History of Western Art I      3 cr
             classes are offered periodically in such        dation prerequisites. All students (majors      ART 102        History of Western Art II     3 cr
             media as papermaking, basketry, water-          and non-majors) will take studio courses        ART 103        Creative Process              3 cr
             color, and similar subjects. The art major      in sequence beginning with the 200 level.       ART 104        Creative Process              3 cr
             may concentrate in one studio area or                                                           ART 105        Drawing I                     3 cr
                                                                                                             ART 106        Drawing II                    3 cr
             work in several areas. In addition, the         Senior Presentation                             ART 201        Intermediate Drawing          3 cr
             program offers a variety of studio and art                                                      ART 231        Introduction to Printmaking 3 cr
             history courses for university students         During the last semester of the senior year     ART 241        Introduction to Painting and
                                                             the student must enroll in Senior Presenta-                    Composition                   3 cr
             majoring in other fields.                                                                       ART 251        Introduction to Metals/
                                                             tion, ART 494. As a requirement for gradu-                     Jewelry                       3 cr
                  Students who are working on the B.F.A.     ation as an art major, the student must         ART 261        Introduction to Weaving       3 cr
                  have the option of fulfilling Goal 10B
                                                             present an exhibit of work, participate in an   ART 271        Introduction to Ceramics      3 cr
                  as is or substituting with a equivalent                                                    ART 281        Introduction to Sculpture     3 cr
                  amount of hours in humanities classes.     oral review with faculty members, and write
                                                                                                             ART 301        Anatomy Drawing and
                  Please check with advisor.                 a statement that addresses his/her develop-                    Painting                      3 cr
                                                             ment and growth as an artist/scholar.           ART 310        Professional Practice
                  For art majors, Goal 6 of the General      Elementary and secondary art education                         and Display                   3 cr
                  Eduction Requirements must be met                                                          ART 494        Senior Presentation           1 cr
                                                             majors should refer to the Teacher Education    IN ADDITION:   Electives upper-division/
                  with courses outside the Department of
                  Art and Pre-Architecture.                  Section of this catalog. Please note that                      studio                       18 cr
                                                             ART 334, Secondary Art Methods, is                             Art history electives         6 cr
                                                                                                                                                TOTAL: 73 cr
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                                                     of ideas and solutions, the implementation of      ART 261 Introduction to Weaving 3 credits.
Minor in Art History                                 concept and craft. Prereq: ART 103. F, S           Procedures and processes involved in dressing
The minor in art history allows the univer-          ART 105 Drawing I 3 credits. Introduction to       the loom. Production of various weaves on the
                                                     the fundamental skills and techniques of           loom and experimentation with woven and con-
sity student with an interest in the cultural
                                                     drawing. Deals with the basic elements of          structed textiles. Cross-listed as FCS 261. F, S
history of the visual arts to develop that
                                                     composition, proportion, perspective, light and    ART 271 Introduction to Ceramics 3 credits.
interest. The following courses are required:
                                                     shade. May cover still life, landscape and fig-    Techniques of forming ceramic art by coiling,
ART 100          Survey of Art                3 cr   ure drawing. F, S                                  slab construction, and throwing on the potter’s
ART 101          History of Western Art I     3 cr                                                      wheel, with emphasis on form, glazing, and




                                                                                                                                                                College of
                                                     ART 106 Drawing II 3 credits. Continuation




                                                                                                                                                                Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                 Arts and
ART 102          History of Western Art II    3 cr                                                      decorative techniques. F, S
ART 385          Independent Projects                of 105 with refining of skills and techniques.
                 (Art History)                3 cr   Additional problems in composition and sub-        ART 281 Introduction to Sculpture 3 credits.
ART 422          World Arts                   3 cr   ject matter. PREREQ: ART 105. F, S                 Introduction to various methods and materi-
IN ADDITION:     Select 2 of the following:          ART 201 Intermediate Drawing 3 credits.            als of sculpture construction, including
ART g423         Nineteenth Century Art       3 cr                                                      additive, subtractive, manipulative, and sub-
ART g424         Twentieth Century Art        3 cr
                                                     Course designed to expand the student’s cre-
                                                     ative range in subject matter and technique;       stitution techniques. F, S
ART g425         Contemporary Art Forms       3 cr
ART g426         Seminar in Art History       3 cr   includes studies in the historical importance of   ART 301 Anatomy Drawing and Painting 3
                                      TOTAL: 21 cr   the drawing in art. PREREQ: ART 105 AND            credits. Course designed for intense explora-
                                                     ART 106. F, S                                      tions into human and animal anatomy using both
Minor in Studio                                      ART 202 Intermediate Drawing 3 credits.            drawing and painting media. Some studies in the
                                                                                                        historical position of the figure in art of the pres-
                                                     Further exploration in drawing technique and
The art minor in studio allows the non-art-          theme. Also includes thorough experience           ent and the past. PREREQ: ART 105 AND ART
major university student to explore the              with varieties of drawing media and papers,        106 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
discipline of art without investing the time         both traditional and contemporary. PREREQ:         ART 302 Advanced Anatomy Painting and
involved in earning customary art degrees.           ART 201. F, S                                      Sculpture 3 credits. Further work in anatomi-
The following courses are required:                  ART 210 History and Appreciation of                cal structure and form using two and three
                                                     Photography 3 credits. Discovery of the pho-       dimensional format. PREREQ: ART 301 OR
ART 100          Survey of Art                3 cr                                                      PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
ART 101          History of Western Art I     3 cr   tographic process and its evolution to present.
                 OR                                  Analysis of many recognized masters of pho-        ART 310 Professional Practice and Display
ART 102          History of Western Art II    3 cr   tography. Cross-listed as AMST 210 and M C         3 credits. Course will prepare the student to
ART 103          Creative Process             3 cr   210. Satisfies Goal 6 of the General Education     present work professionally, explore employ-
ART 105          Drawing I                    3 cr   Requirements. F, S                                 ment possibilities, grant writing, gallery main-
IN ADDITION:     Select 3 of the following:   9 cr                                                      tenance, business practices, survival skills.
ART 231          Introduction to Printmaking 3 cr    ART 215 Graphic Design 3 credits. Introduc-
                                                     tion to concepts and procedures of graphic         PREREQ: DECLARED ART MAJOR AND
ART 241          Introduction to Painting and
                 Composition                  3 cr   design. Lectures, studio and computer exer-        COMPLETION OF 60 CREDITS. F, S
ART 251          Introduction to                     cises will explore issues and design for graphic   ART 331-332 Intermediate Printmaking 3
                 Metals/Jewelry               3 cr   media, typography, and design for the page.        credits each. Individual work within the me-
ART 261          Introduction to Weaving      3 cr   Cross-listed as M C 215. F, S                      dia of one’s experience or introduction to a new
ART 271          Introduction to Ceramics     3 cr
ART 281          Introduction to Sculpture    3 cr   ART 230 Introduction to Photography 4              print media. Students will be exposed to new
                                      TOTAL: 21 cr   credits. Function and use of the camera, dark-     techniques and processes including those used
                                                     room. Fundamentals of composition and use          in color printing. PREREQ: ART 231. F, S
Art Courses                                          of light. How photographs communicate.
                                                     Laboratory required. Student must have own
                                                                                                        ART 334 Secondary School Art Methods 2
                                                                                                        credits. Practical techniques and philosophi-
ART 100 Survey of Art 3 credits. A study of          camera and supply film, paper and some chemi-      cal approaches to teaching art in the middle and
the elements of visual art, various media and        cals. ART 210 recommended. Cross-listed as         high schools. PREREQ: 12 HOURS OF STU-
techniques of artistic expression, with a brief      M C 230. F, S                                      DIO CLASSES. F, S
historical overview. When appropriate, gallery
                                                     ART 231 Introduction to Printmaking 3              ART 341-342 Intermediate Painting and
tours and presentations by visiting artists will
                                                     credits. Introduction to one of several major      Composition 3 credits each. Special projects
be included. F, S, Su
                                                     print media—etching, lithography, relief,          and experimental individual work for advanced
ART 101 History of Western Art I 3 credits.          collograph, monotype. Emphasis is on the           students. PREREQ: ART 241. F, S
Study of the visual arts from prehistoric times      learning of various technical processes and        ART 343 Intermediate Watercolor 3 cred-
to the Renaissance and the cultural influences       their incorporation in the development of the      its. Further experiments in opaque and trans-
on art forms. Satisfies Goal 6 of the General        student’s imagery. F, S                            parent media, variety of supports and styles.
Education Requirements. F, S
                                                     ART 241 Introduction to Painting and               One field trip required. PREREQ: ART 243. D
ART 102 History of Western Art II 3 credits.         Composition 3 credits. Introduction to             ART 351-352 Intermediate Metals 3 credits
Study of the visual arts from the Renaissance to     methods, materials, and basic concepts of          each. Experimental work. Individual projects
the contemporary era with comparisons of ma-         painting. F, S                                     may include stone settings, enameling, angle
jor movements. Satisfies Goal 6 of the General
                                                     ART 243 Watercolor 3 credits. Beginning            raising, procedure for hinges, anodizing,
Education Requirements. F, S
                                                     watercolor techniques, color theory, traditional   répoussé and riveting. PREREQ: ART 251. F, S
ART 103 Creative Process 3 credits. A foun-          and contemporary subject matter. One field         ART 361-362 Intermediate Weaving 3 cred-
dation course that deals with the “vocabulary”       trip required. D                                   its each. Experimental work on and off loom,
of design the basic elements of art through a
                                                     ART 251 Introduction to Metals/Jewelry             fiber structures and dyeing. Cross-listed as
series of exercises in both black and white and
                                                     3 credits. Introduction to jewelry and             HEC 361-362. PREREQ: 261. F, S
color and in two and three dimensions. F, S
                                                     metalsmithing in various metals with empha-        ART 371-372 Intermediate Ceramics 3 cred-
ART 104 Creative Process 3 credits. Use of           sis on design, basic technical processes and       its each. Individual work. Special projects may
design vocabulary in the solution of specific 2      craftsmanship. F, S                                include glaze and clay technology, history of
and 3 dimensional visual problems. Emphasis
                                                                                                        ceramic art, work on the potter’s wheel and
shifts to the thought process - the formulation
                                                                                                        forming techniques. PREREQ: ART 271. F, S
             58
             ART 381-382 Intermediate Sculpture 3 cred-               ART g426 Seminar in Art History 3 credits.
             its each. Further explorations in imagery and
             development of skills in sculptural media.
                                                                      Extensive reading and discussion in art history
                                                                      and aesthetics under the supervision of the in-
                                                                                                                          Pre-Architecture
             PREREQ: ART 281. F, S                                    structor. May be repeated for up to 6 credits. D    Affiliate Instructor: Vaughn
             ART 385 Individual Projects 3 credits. Super-            ART g431-g432 Advanced Printmaking                  The practice of architecture requires train-
             vised research, experimentation, or creative work        3 credits each. Advanced work in
                                                                                                                          ing in both aesthetic concepts and practi-
             in an art history subject or studio area not listed in   printmaking. Choice of medium. PREREQ:
             the regular offerings. Course may be repeated to a       ART 331-332. F, S                                   cal knowledge. The pre-architecture
             maximum of 6 credits. PREREQ: PERMISSION                                                                     program satisfies both of these needs as
                                                                      ART g441-g442 Advanced Painting and
College of
Sciences




                                                                                                                          well as provides the basis for further pro-
 Arts and




             OF INSTRUCTOR/ CHAIRPERSON. F, S                         Composition 3 credits each. Special projects
             ART 391 Papermaking 3 credits. History,                  and experimental individual work for advanced       fessional education.
             fundamental techniques of Western/Eastern                students. PREREQ: ART 341-342. F, S                 The basic courses in the sciences, math-
             papermaking based on traditional methods.                ART g451-g452 Advanced Metals 3 credits             ematics, and design will serve as a founda-
             Traditional sheet forming, paper chemistry,              each. Experimental work. Individual projects
             pulp preparation, types of nonadhesive book                                                                  tion upon which the student may build a
                                                                      may include plastics, electroplating, electro-
             structures, history and terminology of book                                                                  professional education and career. The pro-
                                                                      forming, advanced fabrication or raising tech-
             binding PREREQ: 12 HOURS STUDIO OR                       niques. PREREQ: ART 351 AND 352. F, S               gram is designed to facilitate transfer to the
             PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                                                                  professional architecture program at the
                                                                      ART g461-g462 Advanced Weaving 3 cred-
             ART 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops                                                                      University of Idaho, leading to the degree of
                                                                      its each. Experimental work. Individual projects
             aimed at the development and improvement of              may include on-loom and off-loom techniques,        Bachelor of Architecture. The required
             skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a ma-          dyeing processes, basketry, or multilayered         courses are as nearly as possible identical to
             jor or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D           fabrics. PREREQ: ART 361 AND 362 OR                 those taken at the University of Idaho dur-
             ART 401 Advanced Study in Drawing 3                      HEC 361 AND 362. F, S                               ing the first two years. By following this
             credits. Individualized course-of-study de-              ART 465 Alternative Photo Processes 4 cred-         program, the qualified student may transfer
             signed to address drawing-specific concerns              its. Darkroom course teaching three 19th cen-       to the U of I without loss of credit. S/he
             for the advanced art student. Involves explora-          tury printing processes. These processes teach      would also be eligible to enter any accred-
             tion of technical, material, and/or conceptual           the evolution of modern materials and color         ited architecture program. See the current U
             possibilities inherent to drawing as an indepen-         theory. Cross-listed as M C 465. PREREQ:
             dent medium. PREREQ: ART 202. F, S                                                                           of I general catalog for further details.
                                                                      ART 210 AND ART 230 OR PERMISSION
             ART 405 Color Printing 4 credits. A dark-                OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
             room oriented class teaching practical                                                                       Admission Students who wish to
                                                                      ART g471-g472 Advanced Ceramics 3 cred-
             applications of color theory in printing color                                                               declare a major in Pre-Architecture
                                                                      its each. Individual projects may include ce-
             negatives and slides. Weekly shooting and                ramic sculpture, mosaics or experimental            must meet the following criteria:
             printing assignments required. Cross-listed as           problems in form and techniques. PREREQ:            1. Overall grade point average of 2.5.
             M C 405. PREREQ: ART 230 OR PERMIS-                      ART 371 OR 372. F, S
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S                                                                                     2. Achieve a grade point average of 3.0 or
                                                                      ART g473 Clay and Glaze Calculation 3
             ART 410 Advanced Photography 4 credits.                  credits. Research in clay bodies and glaze             higher from completion of the follow-
             Advanced black and white techniques including            calculation. Development of formulas for               ing courses: ART 105, ART 106, and
             controlled printing techniques and the Zone              stoneware, whiteware and porcelain. Simple to          ARCH 111. After completion of these
             System. Intensive criticism of work and encour-          complex glaze calculation. Historical use of           courses, the student should see his advi-
             agement of individuals’ photographic growth.             clays and glazes. PREREQ: ART 271 OR                   sor for declaration of major forms.
             Cross-listed as M C 410. PREREQ: ART 230                 PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
             OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
                                                                      ART g474 Kiln Construction 3 credits. His-
             ART 415 Advanced Graphic Design 3 cred-                  torical use and structure of all types of kilns.
                                                                                                                          Required Courses
             its. For students familiar with graphic design           Design and construction principles of kilns,        ARCH 111-112    Graphic Communications       4 cr
             basics. Lectures and exercises explore con-              burner systems, and safety methodology.             ARCH 255-256    Basic Architectural Design   6 cr
             cepts and procedures in publication design and                                                               ARCH 266        Materials and Methods        3 cr
                                                                      PREREQ: ART 371 OR PERMISSION OF
             production. Computer exercises focus on desk-                                                                ART 100         Survey of Art                3 cr
                                                                      INSTRUCTOR. D                                       ART 103         Creative Process             3 cr
             top publishing. Cross-listed as M C 415.
                                                                      ART g481-g482 Advanced Sculpture 3 cred-            ART 104         Creative Process             3 cr
             PREREQ: ART 215. F                                                                                           ART 105         Drawing I                    3 cr
                                                                      its each. Experimental work with an emphasis
             ART g422 World Arts 3 credits. Study of the              on scale and environmental problems.                ART 106         Drawing II                   3 cr
             art produced in cultures outside the western                                                                 ENGR 301        Surveying                    2 cr
                                                                      PREREQ: ART 381. F, S                               MATH 143        College Algebra              4 cr
             tradition. Topics include pre-Hispanic art of
             Mexico, Central and South American art, and              ART g490 Experimental Studio 3 credits.                             OR
                                                                      Class work will be in two and three dimension,      MATH 147        Precalculus                  5 cr
             North American Indian art, Oceanic art, and                                                                  MATH 160        Brief Calculus               5 cr
             the art of Africa south of the Sahara. F, S              conceptual art, environmental art, performance
                                                                                                                          PHYS 111        General Physics I            3 cr
                                                                      and multimedia modes. PREREQ: THREE
             ART g423 Nineteenth Century Art 3 credits.                                                                   PHYS 112        General Physics II           3 cr
                                                                      SEMESTERS OF STUDIO OR PERMISSION                   PHYS 113-114    General Physics Laboratory   2 cr
             History of the visual arts from the beginning of the     OF INSTRUCTOR. D
             19th century up to the advent of Cubism. F, S
                                                                      ART g491 Advanced Papermaking 3 cred-               Upon completion of ARCH 255-256, pre-
             ART g424 Twentieth Century Art 3 credits.                its. Further development of topics from ART         architecture students are required to dis-
             History of the visual arts from Cubism to the            391. PREREQ: ART 391 OR PERMISSION                  play a group exhibit of their work.
             present. D                                               OF INSTRUCTOR. S
             ART g425 Contemporary Art Forms 3 credits.               ART 494 Senior Presentation 1 credit. A retro-
             The study of the major developments of art as an         spective exhibit of the student’s best work. This
             expression of contemporary society. Emphasis on          includes techniques of professional presentation,
             art since 1950. PREREQ: ART g423 OR ART                  posters and publicity. To be completed under ad-
             g424 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                      visor and/or director, Davis Gallery. F, S
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                                                    Reynolds, Roberto, F. Rose,                    The ecology program seeks to develop an
Architecture Courses                                Rosentreter, Shea, Shoaf, Van Kirk,            understanding of ecological systems and
ARCH 111-112 Graphic Communications 2               vonDohlen, Ward, Watson, Wolfram               their reactions to perturbations, expertise in
credits each. Introduction to the methods used   Professors Emeriti: Bowmer, Holte,                problem solving and communication skills,
in the preparation of design and presentation       Linder, Saul, Tullis, White                    and a solid background in basic ecology and
drawing necessary in any design profession.                                                        supporting disciplines. The curriculum em-
PREREQ: ARCH 111 FOR ARCH 112. F, S              The Department of Biological Sciences
                                                                                                   phasizes environmental assessment and the
ARCH 204 Presentation Drawings 1-3 cred-         offers the following undergraduate degrees:
                                                                                                   collection and analysis of field data through




                                                                                                                                                     College of
its. Individual student selected projects to




                                                                                                                                                     Sciences
                                                                                                                                                      Arts and
                                                 Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry*              in-depth studies of aquatic and terrestrial
develop techniques used for preparation of
display drawings. Emphasis on realism and                                                          ecosystems. The curriculum was designed
                                                 Bachelor of Science in Biology                    to meet the needs of students who are inter-
value studies needed to “sell” design concepts
to a client. May repeat for a maximum of 4       Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts           ested in environmental assessment, plan-
credits. F, S                                      in Botany                                       ning, or conservation, or of those who wish
ARCH 255-256 Basic Architectural Design 3                                                          to pursue advanced training in ecology or
credits each. Introduction to form, space, and   Bachelor of Science in Ecology                    natural resource management.
systems of elementary architectural projects.    Bachelor of Science in Medical
Course to consist of one one-hour lecture and                                                      The student majoring in microbiology,
                                                   Technology                                      medical technology, or biochemistry is
two three-hour labs per week. PREREQ: ARCH
112, ART 103 AND ART 104. PREREQ: ARCH           Bachelor of Science in Microbiology               provided with a broad base of theoretical
255 FOR ARCH 256. F, S                                                                             and practical knowledge which will qualify
ARCH 266 Materials and Methods 3 credits.        Bachelor of Science in Microbiology/              him or her either for an immediate career
Material characteristics from manufacture to       Medical Technology Emphasis                     in microbiology, medical technology, or
construction use. Product information and re-                                                      biochemistry or for further education in
source literature investigation. D               Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts
                                                                                                   graduate or professional school. Men and
                                                   in Zoology
                                                                                                   women in the health professions use their
                                                    *(Joint program with the Department            microbiological and biochemical training
Department                                          of Chemistry.)

                                                 The student pursuing any B.S. degree in the
                                                                                                   daily to diagnose and treat disease condi-
                                                                                                   tions caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses,

of Biological                                    biological sciences must complete General
                                                 Education Goals 1, 2, 3; Goals 4 and 5; two
                                                                                                   cancers, and biochemical imbalances. Food
                                                                                                   microbiologists and research scientists di-
                                                                                                   rectly apply their knowledge of the basic
                                                 of Goals 6, 7, 8; and three of Goals 9, 10, 11,
Sciences                                         and 12 (Goals 10B and 10B are alternate
                                                 means of satisfying Goal 10), in addition to
                                                                                                   principles of microbiology and biochem-
                                                                                                   istry in the development and processing of
                                                 satisfying the departmental requirements.         their products. Doctors, nurses, and medi-
Chair and Professor: Seeley                                                                        cal and dental technicians constantly uti-
Assistant Chair and Associate Professor:         A student pursuing a B. A. in botany or
                                                 zoology must complete all General Educa-          lize microbiology training in their work.
   Smith
Director of Graduate Programs and                tion Goals (i. e., Goals 1-9, 10 A and 10 B,      Students should consult current depart-
   Professor: J. Anderson                        and 11-12) in addition to satisfying the          mental list of course rotations to deter-
Professors: R. Anderson, Farrell,                departmental requirements. The biology ma-        mine which semesters and years these
   Griffith, House, Keller, Kritsky,             jor, with a minimum of required courses, is       courses will be offered.
   J. McCune, R. McCune,                         designed to present the student selecting
   W. Minshall, J. Rose, Scalarone,              this major with considerable latitude in
   Spall, Stephens, Streubel, Trost,
   Urfer, Winston
                                                 developing his or her own program. It also
                                                 has the flexibility of permitting a student to    Bachelor of
                                                 select courses to meet the State of Idaho
Associate Professors: Akersten,
   D. Bunde, Hill, Huntly, Inouye,               requirements for teacher certification while      Science in
   Meldrum, Peterson, Smith, Watwood             completing a degree in the Department of
Assistant Professors: Belzer, Hill,              Biological Sciences. The student is permit-
                                                 ted 67 elective hours in the program. Eight
                                                                                                   Biochemistry
   Johnson, M. Poulson, Ptacek,
   Rodnick, Spiegel, Xiang                       of these credits must be selected from biol-
                                                 ogy with the remainder restricted only by         Freshman Year
Research Assistant Professors: Laundré,
                                                 university general requirements.                  BIOL 202        General Zoology            3 cr
   Sommer                                                                                          BIOL 203        General Botany             3 cr
Affiliate Faculty: Apel, Bechard,                The undergraduate majors in botany and            CHEM 111        General Chemistry I        5 cr
   Bradley, C. Bunde, Cade, Canham,                                                                CHEM 112        General Chemistry II       4 cr
                                                 zoology are designed to prepare students          CHEM 114        Cations and Anions         1 cr
   Carlson-Lammers, Cherry, Chesson,             for professional and graduate schools. These      COMM 101        Principles of Speech       2 cr
   Childress, Clark, Colwell, Connelly,          majors incorporate the biology, chemistry,        ENGL 101        Composition                3 cr
   Corn, Garrison, Johnson, Kaake,               mathematics, physics, and language required       MATH 147        Precalculus                5 cr
   Keay, Keener, Landres, LaPatra,                                                                 MATH 170        Calculus I                 4 cr
                                                 to meet the admission requirements of most                                           TOTAL: 30 cr
   Markham, Mickelson, J. Minshall,              graduate and professional schools. Included
   Moen, Moran, Morris, Ostfeld,                 in these programs are the General Educa-
   Paananen, Perotto, Quigley,                   tion Requirements as well as electives which
                                                 permit considerable breadth in training.
             60
                                                                 BIOS 221       Introductory Microbiology 3 cr        BIOS g303       Principles of Animal
             Sophomore Year                                      BIOS 223       Introductory Microbiology                             Physiology                   4 cr
             ENGL 201        Critical Reading and Writing 3 cr                  Laboratory                   1 cr                     OR
             CHEM 232        Quantitative Analysis        2 cr   BIOS g358      Genetics                     3 cr     BIOS g304       Elements of Plant Physiology4 cr
             CHEM 234        Quantitative Analysis Lab 2 cr      BIOS g491-g492 Seminar                      2 cr     BIOS 315        Introduction to Biometry     3 cr
             CHEM g301       Organic Chemistry I          3 cr   IN ADDITION: Electives                      8 cr     BIOS g317       Organic Evolution            3 cr
             CHEM g302       Organic Chemistry II         3 cr                  (Electives must include course        BIOS g318       Ecological Topics          1-3 cr
             CHEM g303       Organic Chemistry Lab I      1 cr                  work in both upper-division           BIOS 320        Physiological Ecology        3 cr
             CHEM g304       Organic Chemistry Lab II     1 cr                  botany and zoology).                  BIOS g337       Conservation of Natural
             MATH 175        Calculus II                  4 cr   CHEM 101       Essentials of Chemistry I    5 cr                     Resources                    3 cr
                                                                 CHEM 102       Essentials of Chemistry II   5 cr     BIOS g358       General Genetics             3 cr
College of




             PHYS 211-212    Engineering Physics I & II 8 cr
Sciences
 Arts and




             PHYS 213-214    Engineering Physics                                OR                                    BIOS g489       Field Ecology                3 cr
                             Lab I & II                   2 cr   CHEM 111       General Chemistry I          5 cr     BIOS 491 OR 492 Senior Seminar               1 cr
             IN ADDITION:    One of Goals 9,11 or 12      6 cr   CHEM 112       General Chemistry II         4 cr     BIOS 496        Ecology Senior Seminar       1 cr
                                                TOTAL: 32 cr     MATH 147       Precalculus                  5 cr
                                                                 MATH 160       Brief Calculus               4 cr     Select two of the following ecology
             Junior Year                                                                                              courses:
             BIOS 206
             BIOS 207
                            Cell Biology
                            Cell Biology Laboratory
                                                      3 cr
                                                      1 cr       Bachelor of                                          BIOS g408
                                                                                                                      BIOS g416
                                                                                                                      BIOS g452
                                                                                                                                       Plant Ecology
                                                                                                                                       Community Ecology
                                                                                                                                       Population Ecology
                                                                                                                                                                    3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                    3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                    3 cr
             BIOS 235       General Microbiology      4 cr
             CHEM g313
             CHEM g334
                            Instrumental Analysis     2 cr
                            Instrumental Analysis Lab 2 cr       Science or                                           BIOS g459
                                                                                                                      BIOS g462
                                                                                                                      BIOS g476
                                                                                                                                       Fish Ecology
                                                                                                                                       Freshwater Ecology
                                                                                                                                       Ecology of Water Pollution
                                                                                                                                                                    3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                    3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                    3 cr
             CHEM g351-g352 Physical Chemistry        6 cr
             IN ADDITION: Foreign Language
                            (Goal 10B)                8 cr
                                                                 Bachelor of Arts                                     Select one of the following natural
                            Two of Goals 6, 7 and 8   6 cr                                                            history and systematics courses (2-4
                                              TOTAL: 32 cr       in Botany                                            credits):
                                                                                                                      BIOS g309        Range Agrostology            2 cr
             Senior Year                                                                                              BIOS g310        Invertebrate Zoology         4 cr
             BIOS 334       Experimental Biochemistry 1 cr       Required Courses                                     BIOS g311        Dendrology                   3 cr
             BIOS g445      Biochemistry I             3 cr                                                           BIOS g312        Systematic Botany            4 cr
                                                                 BIOL 202       General Zoology                3 cr
             BIOS g447      Biochemistry II            3 cr                                                           BIOS g426        Herpetology                  3 cr
                                                                 BIOL 202L      General Zoology Laboratory     1 cr
             BIOS g448      Advanced Experimental                                                                     BIOS g427        Ichthyology                  3 cr
                                                                 BIOL 203       General Botany                 3 cr
                            Biochemistry               2 cr                                                           BIOS g431        General Entomology           3 cr
                                                                 BIOL 203L      General Botany Laboratory      1 cr
             CHEM g491-g492 Seminar                    2 cr                                                           BIOS g438        Ornithology                  3 cr
                                                                 BIOS 206       Cell Biology                   3 cr
                            OR                                                                                        BIOS g441        Mammalogy                    3 cr
                                                                 BIOS 207       Cell Biology Laboratory        1 cr
             BIOS g491-g492 Seminar, to total:         2 cr      BIOS 209       General Ecology                4 cr
                            OR                                   BIOS g304      Elements of Plant
                                                                                                                      Courses required outside the
             BIOS 494       Seminar in Microbiology                             Physiology                     4 cr   department:
                            (A minimum of 1 credit               BIOS g312      Systematic Botany              4 cr   CHEM 111         General Chemistry I         5 cr
                             must be in CHEM 491,                BIOS g317      Organic Evolution              3 cr   CHEM 112         General Chemistry II        4 cr
                            492 or BIOS 494.)                    BIOS g358      Genetics                       3 cr   CHEM g301        Organic Chemistry I         3 cr
             IN ADDITION: One of Goals 9, 11, 12       3 cr      BIOS g405      Plant Anatomy                  3 cr   CHEM g302        Organic Chemistry II        3 cr
                            Electives                 20 cr      BIOS g406      Plant Morphology               4 cr   CHEM g303        Organic Chemistry Lab I     1 cr
                                               TOTAL: 34 cr      BIOS g491-g492 Seminar                        2 cr   CHEM g304        Organic Chemistry Lab II    1 cr
                                                                 CHEM 111       General Chemistry I            5 cr   GEOL 101         Physical Geology            3 cr
             Suggested Electives                                 CHEM 112       General Chemistry II           4 cr   GEOL 101L        Physical Geology Laboratory 1 cr
                                                                 CHEM g301      Organic Chemistry I            3 cr   MATH 147         Precalculus                 5 cr
             CHEM 211        Inorganic Chemistry I        2 cr
                                                                 CHEM g302      Organic Chemistry II           3 cr   MATH 160         Brief Calculus              4 cr
                             OR
                                                                 CHEM g303      Organic Chemistry Lab I        1 cr   PHYS 111         General Physics I           3 cr
             CHEM g305       Organic Chemistry Lab III    2 cr
                                                                 CHEM g304      Organic Chemistry Lab II       1 cr   PHYS 112         General Physics II          3 cr
             CHEM g453       Modern Experimental
                                                                 MATH 147       Precalculus                    5 cr
                             Physical Chemistry           2 cr
             MATH 275        Calculus III                 4 cr
                                                                 MATH 160
                                                                 PHYS 111
                                                                                Brief Calculus
                                                                                General Physics I
                                                                                                               4 cr
                                                                                                               3 cr
                                                                                                                      Recommendations
             MATH g330       Linear Algebra               3 cr
                                                                 PHYS 112       General Physics II             3 cr   It is recommended that additional credits
                             OR
                                                                 PHYS 113-114   General Physics Lab I & II     2 cr
             MATH g360       Differential Equations       3 cr
                                                                 IN ADDITION: Foreign Language                 8 cr
                                                                                                                      be taken in BIOS 481-482, Independent
                                                                                                                      Problems, or BIOS 493, Senior Thesis, in
                                                                                                                      the area of ecology. ECON 201 and 202
             Bachelor of                                         Bachelor of                                          are highly recommended (only 3 credits
                                                                                                                      apply toward General Education Require-

             Science in                                          Science in                                           ments, Goal 11). In addition, a student
                                                                                                                      should take a minimum of 9 credits in a

             Biology                                             Ecology                                              single area of concentration outside the
                                                                                                                      Biological Sciences Department, e.g. busi-
                                                                                                                      ness, computer science, political science.
             Required Courses                                    Required Courses
                                                                 BIOL 202         General Zoology              3 cr
             BIOL 202        General Zoology              3 cr
                                                                 BIOL 202L        General Zoology Laboratory   1 cr
             BIOL 202L       General Zoology Laboratory   1 cr
                                                                 BIOL 203         General Botany               3 cr
             BIOL 203        General Botany               3 cr
                                                                 BIOL 203L        General Botany Laboratory    1 cr
             BIOL 203L       General Botany Laboratory    1 cr
                                                                 BIOS 192         Ecology Seminar              1 cr
             BIOS 209        General Ecology              4 cr
                                                                 BIOS 209         General Ecology              4 cr
             BIOS 206        Cell Biology                 3 cr
             BIOS 207        Cell Biology Laboratory      1 cr
             BIOS g317       Organic Evolution            3 cr
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                                                  Sophomore Year
Bachelor of                                       BIOS 235        General Microbiology         4 cr
                                                                                                      Bachelor of
Science in                                        BIOS 236

                                                  CHEM g301
                                                                  Advanced General
                                                                  Microbiology
                                                                  Organic Chemistry I
                                                                                               3 cr
                                                                                               3 cr
                                                                                                      Science in
Medical                                           CHEM g302
                                                  CHEM g303
                                                  CHEM g304
                                                                  Organic Chemistry II
                                                                  Organic Chemistry Lab I
                                                                  Organic Chemistry Lab II
                                                                                               3 cr
                                                                                               1 cr
                                                                                               1 cr
                                                                                                      Microbiology/
Technology                                        ENGL 201        Critical Reading and Writing 3 cr
                                                                                                      Medical




                                                                                                                                                         College of
                                                  PHYS 111        General Physics I            3 cr




                                                                                                                                                         Sciences
                                                                                                                                                          Arts and
                                                  PHYS 112        General Physics II           3 cr
Students may apply for entry into medical
technology clinical training at an affiliated
                                                  PHYS 113-114
                                                  IN ADDITION:
                                                                  General Physics Laboratory 2 cr
                                                                  Two of Goals 9, 11, and 12 6 cr     Technology
                                                                                     TOTAL: 32 cr
hospital at the end of the third year of the
microbiology or microbiology/medical              Junior Year
                                                                                                      Emphasis
technology emphasis curriculum. The stu-
                                                  BIOS g332       Biochemistry               3 cr
dent must register for BIOS 411 (Medical          BIOS g334       Experimental Biochemistry 1 cr      Freshman Year
Technology- Internship) to receive aca-           BIOS g351       Immunology                 3 cr
                                                                                                      BIOL 202       General Zoology            3 cr
demic credit for the clinical training. If all    BIOS g353       Immunology Laboratory      1 cr
                                                                                                      CHEM 111       General Chemistry I        5 cr
General Education Requirements are com-           BIOS g355       Pathogenic Microbiology    3 cr
                                                                                                      CHEM 112       General Chemistry II       4 cr
                                                  BIOS g357       Pathogenic Microbiology
pleted before the student enters the train-                                                           COMM 101       Principles of Speech       2 cr
                                                                  Laboratory                 2 cr
                                                                                                      ENGL 101       Composition                3 cr
ing program, a B.S. degree in medical             CHEM 232        Quantitative Analysis      2 cr
                                                                                                      MATH 147       Precalculus                5 cr
technology will be awarded to the student         CHEM 234        Quantitative Analysis Lab 2 cr
                                                                                                      MATH 160       Brief Calculus             4 cr
                                                  IN ADDITION:    Foreign Language           8 cr
upon completion of the clinical training                          (2 semesters, Goal 10B)
                                                                                                      IN ADDITION:   One of Goals 6, 7, or 8    3 cr
program. However, because training pro-                                                                              One of Goals 9, 10A,
                                                                  One of Goals 6, 7, or 8    3 cr
                                                                                                                     11, or 12                  3 cr
grams seldom accept students after only                           Electives                  4 cr
                                                                                                                                        TOTAL: 32 cr
three years of academic work, it is recom-                                           TOTAL: 32 cr

mended that the student plan to complete          Senior Year                                         Sophomore Year
the four year curriculum and earn a B.S.                                                              BIOS 235       General Microbiology         4 cr
                                                  BIOS g433      Microbial Physiology       4 cr
degree in microbiology or microbiology/           BIOS g465      Microbial Genetics         3 cr
                                                                                                      BIOS 236       Advanced General
medical technology emphasis. The fifth                                                                               Microbiology                 3 cr
                                                  BIOS g467      Microbial Genetics
                                                                                                      CHEM g301      Organic Chemistry I          3 cr
year (twelve-month training period) would                        Laboratory                 1 cr
                                                                                                      CHEM g302      Organic Chemistry II         3 cr
then be spent in an approved medical              BIOS g475      General Virology           3 cr
                                                                                                      CHEM g303      Organic Chemistry Lab I      1 cr
                                                  BIOS g477      Bacterial Virology
technology training program at an affili-                                                             CHEM g304      Organic Chemistry Lab II     1 cr
                                                                 Laboratory                 1 cr
                                                                                                      ENGL 201       Critical Reading and Writing 3 cr
ated hospital. During that year, the student                     OR
                                                                                                      PHYS 111       General Physics I            3 cr
would earn an additional 32 credits in            BIOS g478      Animal Virology Laboratory 1 cr
                                                                                                      PHYS 112       General Physics II           3 cr
                                                  BIOS g491-g492 Seminar, to total:         2 cr
BIOS 411 (Medical Technology-Intern-                             OR
                                                                                                      PHYS 113-114   General Physics Lab I & II 2 cr
ship) and a B.S. in medical technology.                                                               IN ADDITION:   Two of Goals 9, 10A,
                                                  BIOS 494       (Minimum of 1 cr. must
                                                                                                                     11, or 12                    6 cr
                                                                  be in BIOS 494)
Students should consult the department chair                                                                                            TOTAL: 32 cr
                                                  IN ADDITION: Electives                   18 cr
about training program applications during                                          TOTAL: 32 cr
                                                                                                      Junior Year
the spring semester of their junior year (or
one calendar year prior to the planned be-        Recommended Electives                               BIOS g301      Anatomy and Physiology     4 cr
                                                                                                                     AND
ginning of the training program).                 BIOS g303      Principles of Animal
                                                                                                      BIOS g302      Anatomy and Physiology     4 cr
                                                                 Physiology                    4 cr
                                                                                                                     OR
                                                  BIOS g447      Biochemistry II               3 cr
                                                                                                      BIOS g449      Human Physiology I         4 cr
                                                  CHEM g351-g352 Physical Chemistry            6 cr
                                                                                                                     AND
Bachelor of                                       MATH 175*      Calculus II
                                                     *Students electing to take MATH 175
                                                                                               4 cr
                                                                                                      BIOS g456
                                                                                                      BIOS g332
                                                                                                                     Human Physiology II
                                                                                                                     Biochemistry
                                                                                                                                                4 cr
                                                                                                                                                3 cr
                                                     are advised to take MATH 170 rather
Science in                                           than MATH 160 as the first calculus
                                                     course.
                                                                                                      BIOS 334
                                                                                                      BIOS g351
                                                                                                      BIOS g353
                                                                                                                     Experimental Biochemistry 1 cr
                                                                                                                     Immunology
                                                                                                                     Immunology Laboratory
                                                                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                                                                1 cr

Microbiology                                                                                          BIOS g355
                                                                                                      BIOS g357
                                                                                                                     Pathogenic Microbiology
                                                                                                                     Pathogenic Microbiology
                                                                                                                     Laboratory
                                                                                                                                                3 cr

                                                                                                                                                2 cr
                                                                                                      CHEM 232       Quantitative Analysis      4 cr
Freshman Year                                                                                         CHEM 234       Quantitative Analysis Lab 2 cr
                                                                                                      IN ADDITION:   One of Goals 6, 7, or 8    3 cr
BIOL 202        General Zoology            3 cr                                                                      Electives                  4 cr
BIOL 203        General Botany             3 cr                                                                                         TOTAL: 32 cr
CHEM 111        General Chemistry I        5 cr
CHEM 112        General Chemistry II       4 cr
COMM 101        Principles of Speech       2 cr
ENGL 101        Composition                3 cr
MATH 147        Precalculus                5 cr
MATH 160*       Brief Calculus             4 cr
IN ADDITION:    One of Goals 6, 7, or 8    3 cr
                                   TOTAL: 32 cr
             62
                                                                   CHEM g304          Organic Chemistry                    Any combination of the following
             Senior Year                                                              Laboratory II                 1 cr
                                                                   MATH 147           Precalculus                   5 cr
                                                                                                                           courses to total 12 credits:
             BIOS g423      Parasitology               3 cr
             BIOS g433      Microbial Physiology       4 cr        MATH 160           Brief Calculus                4 cr   BIOS g318            Ecological Topics           2 cr
             BIOS g465      Microbial Genetics         3 cr        PHYS 111           General Physics I             3 cr   BIOS 320             Physiological Ecology       3 cr
             BIOS g466*     Medical Mycology           3 cr        PHYS 112           General Physics II            3 cr   BIOS g337            Conservation of Natural
             BIOS g475      General Virology           3 cr        PHYS 113-114       General Physics Lab I & II    2 cr                        Resources                   3 cr
             BIOS g477      Bacterial Virology                     IN ADDITION:       Foreign Language              8 cr   BIOS g408            Plant Ecology               3 cr
                            Laboratory                 1 cr                           Electives (upper-division            BIOS g416            Community Ecology           3 cr
                            OR                                                        zoology)                      3 cr   BIOS g452            Population Ecology          3 cr
                                                                                                                           BIOS g459            Fish Ecology                3 cr
College of




             BIOS g478      Animal Virology Laboratory 1 cr
Sciences
 Arts and




             BIOS g491-g492 Seminar, to total:         2 cr                                                                BIOS g462            Fresh Water Ecology         3 cr

             BIOS 494
                            OR
                            Seminar in Microbiology
                                                                   Minors in Biological                                    BIOS g476
                                                                                                                           BIOS g489
                                                                                                                                                Ecology of Water Pollution 3 cr
                                                                                                                                                Field Ecology               3 cr
                            (A minimum of 1 credit                                                                                              TOTAL:                     21 cr
                            must be in BIOS 494)                   Sciences                                                (BIOS g481-g482 and BIOS g491-g492 may not be
             IN ADDITION: Electives                   13 cr                                                                used without prior approval of the departmental
                                               TOTAL: 32 cr                                                                chair or assistant chair.)
                  *Students in sequence so that BIOS               Minor in Biology
                  g466 falls in their senior year must take        The Biology Minor is available only for                 Minor in Microbiology
                  CHEM 232, 234 in their junior year. If           majors outside of the Biological Sciences.              BIOS 235           General Microbiology          4 cr
                  BIOS g466 falls during the junior year,                                                                  BIOS 236           Advanced General
                  the student must take CHEM 232, 234                                                                                         Microbiology                  3 cr
                  in the senior year.                              Any two of the following:
                                                                   BIOL 202           General Zoology and Lab       3 cr
                                                                                                                           Any combination of the following
                                                                                      AND                                  courses to total 14 credits:
             Recommended Electives                                 BIOL 202L          General Zoology Laboratory    1 cr   BIOS g332          Biochemistry                3 cr
             BIOS g419         Mammalian Histology          4 cr   BIOL 203           General Botany                3 cr   BIOS 334           Experimental Biochemistry 1 cr
             BIOS g444         General Pathology            4 cr                      AND                                  BIOS g351          Immunology                  3 cr
             BIOS 206          Cell Biology                 3 cr   BIOL 203L          General Botany Laboratory     1 cr   BIOS g353          Immunology Laboratory       1 cr
             BIOS 207          Cell Biology Laboratory      1 cr   BIOS 221           Introductory Microbiology     3 cr   BIOS g355          Pathogenic Microbiology     3 cr
             CIS 120           Introduction to Computer                               AND                                  BIOS g357          Pathogenic Microbiology
                               Systems                      3 cr   BIOS 223           Introductory Microbiology                               Laboratory                  2 cr
             MATH 253          Introduction to Statistics   3 cr                      Laboratory                    1 cr   BIOS g433          Microbial Physiology        3 cr
             MGT g312          Individual and Organizational                                                               BIOS g465          Microbial Genetics          3 cr
                               Behavior                     3 cr
                                                                   Additional Courses                                      BIOS g467          Microbial Genetics
             MGT g373          Personnel Management         3 cr   BIOS 206             Cell Biology                3 cr                      Laboratory                  1 cr
                                                                                        AND                                BIOS g475          General Virology            3 cr
                                                                   BIOS 207             Cell Biology Laboratory     1 cr   BIOS g477          Bacterial Virology

             Bachelor of                                           BIOS 209
                                                                                        OR
                                                                                        General Ecology             4 cr   BIOS g478
                                                                                                                                              Laboratory                  1 cr
                                                                                                                                              Animal Virology Laboratory 1 cr
                                                                   BIOS g317            Organic Evolution           3 cr                      TOTAL:                     21 cr
             Science or                                            BIOS g358            Genetics
                                                                   Upper division Biology courses
                                                                                                                    3 cr
                                                                                                                  3-4 cr
                                                                                                                           (BIOS g481-g482, BIOS g491-g492, and BIOS 494
                                                                                                                           may not be used without prior approval of the
                                                                                        TOTAL:               21 or 22 cr   departmental chair or assistant chair)
             Bachelor of Arts                                      (BIOS g481-g482 and BIOS g491-g492 may not be
                                                                   used without prior approval of the departmental         Minor in Zoology
                                                                   chair or assistant chair.)
             in Zoology                                                                                                    BIOL 202
                                                                                                                           BIOL 202L
                                                                                                                                                General Zoology             3 cr
                                                                                                                                                General Zoology Laboratory 1 cr
                                                                                                                           BIOS 206             Cell Biology                3 cr
                                                                   Minor in Botany                                                              AND
             Required Courses                                      BIOL 203             General Botany              3 cr   BIOS 207             Cell Biology Laboratory     1 cr
             BIOL 202       General Zoology           3 cr         BIOL 203L            General Botany Laboratory 1 cr                          OR
             BIOL 202L      General Zoology                        BIOS 206             Cell Biology                3 cr   BIOS 209             General Ecology             4 cr
                            Laboratory                1 cr                              AND                                BIOS g317            Organic Evolution           3 cr
             BIOL 203       General Botany            3 cr         BIOS 207             Cell Biology Laboratory     1 cr   BIOS g358            Genetics                    3 cr
             BIOL 203L      General Botany Laboratory 1 cr                              OR                                 Upper division Zoology courses                 7-8 cr
             BIOS 209       General Ecology           4 cr         BIOS 209             General Ecology             4 cr                        TOTAL:               21 or 22 cr
             BIOS 206       Cell Biology              3 cr         BIOS g317            Organic Evolution           3 cr   (BIOS g481-g482 and BIOS g491-g492 may not be
             BIOS 207       Cell Biology Laboratory   1 cr         BIOS g358            Genetics                    3 cr   used without prior approval of the departmental
             BIOS g303      Principles of Animal                                        TOTAL:               21 or 22 cr   chair or assistant chair)
                            Physiology                4 cr         Upper division Botany courses                  7-8 cr
             BIOS g310
             BIOS g314
                            Invertebrate Zoology
                            Comparative Vertebrate
                                                      4 cr         (BIOS g481-g482 and BIOS g491-g492 may not be
                                                                   used without prior approval of the departmental
                                                                                                                           Biological Sciences
                                                                   chair or assistant chair.)
                            Anatomy
                            OR
                                                      4 cr
                                                                                                                           Courses
             BIOS g324      Comparative Embryology and
                                                                                                                           BIOL 100 Concepts Biology: Human Con-
                            Human Development         4 cr         Minor in Ecology                                        cerns 4 credits. Considers biological issues
             BIOS g317      Organic Evolution         3 cr
                                                                   BIOL 202           General Zoology               3 cr   related to human environment, population,
             BIOS g358      Genetics                  3 cr
                                                                                      AND                                  inheritance, and basic concepts of resource
             BIOS g491-g492 Seminar                   2 cr
                                                                   BIOL 202L          General Zoology Laboratory    1 cr
             CHEM 111       General Chemistry I       5 cr                                                                 conservation. Historical, contemporary and
                                                                                      OR
             CHEM 112       General Chemistry II      4 cr                                                                 future implications of these issues are dis-
                                                                   BIOL 203           General Botany                3 cr
             CHEM g301      Organic Chemistry I       3 cr                                                                 cussed. Satisfies Goal 4 of the General Educa-
                                                                                      AND
             CHEM g302      Organic Chemistry II      3 cr
                                                                   BIOL 203L          General Botany Laboratory     1 cr   tion Requirements. F, S
             CHEM g303      Organic Chemistry
                                                                   BIOS 192           Ecology Seminar               1 cr
                            Laboratory I              1 cr
                                                                   BIOS 209           General Ecology               4 cr
                                                                                                                                                        63
BIOL 202 General Zoology 3 credits. Gen-             BIOS 223 Introductory Microbiology                   BIOS g307 Radiobiology 3 credits. Survey
eral study of animals. PREREQ TO ALL UP-             Laboratory 1 credit. To be accompanied or            of the effects of ionizing radiation on living
PER DIVISION COURSES IN ZOOLOGY.                     preceded by BIOS 221. F, S                           matter at the subcellular, cellular, and
Combination of BIOL 202-202L satisfies Goal          BIOS 230 Bioethics 3 credits. Examination of         organismal levels. PREREQ: BIOL 202 OR
4 of the General Education Requirements. F, S        recent advances in biology and medicine in           203; PHYSICS 111, 112, OR PERMISSION
BIOL 202L General Zoology Laboratory 1               relation to basic ethical theories and traditional   OF INSTRUCTOR. S
credit. Exercises designed to introduce the          value systems. Focuses on human reproduc-            BIOS g309 Range Agrostology 2 credits. Study
tools, techniques, and significance of experi-       tion, genetic engineering, medical care, hu-         of grasses with emphasis on western species.
mentation in the zoological sciences. PREREQ         mans as experimental subjects, environmental         Field trips. PREREQ: BIOL 203. AF




                                                                                                                                                                College of

                                                                                                                                                                Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                 Arts and
OR COREQ: BIOL 202. Combination of BIOL              issues, and death and dying. D                       BIOS g310 Invertebrate Zoology 4 credits.
202-202L satisfies Goal 4 of the General Edu-        BIOS 235 General Microbiology 4 credits.             General study of invertebrate animals with labo-
cation Requirements. F, S                            Comparative taxonomy, cytology, physiology,          ratory work on representatives of the inverte-
BIOL 203 General Botany 3 credits. General           genetics, immunology, and ecology of micro-          brate phyla. Field trips. PREREQ: BIOL 202. S
study of plants. PREREQ TO ALL UPPER-                organisms, and a survey of important applica-        BIOS g311 Dendrology 3 credits. Identifica-
DIVISION COURSES IN BOTANY. Combi-                   tions. PREREQ OR COREQ: BIOL 202;                    tion, classification, characteristics, and economic
nation of BIOL 203-203L satisfies Goal 4 of          CHEM g301, OR PERMISSION OF IN-                      importance of the principal species of trees of
the General Education Requirements. F, S             STRUCTOR. F, S                                       temperate North America. Field trips. PREREQ:
BIOL 203L General Botany Laboratory 1                BIOS 236 Advanced General Microbiology               BIOL 203. AF
credit. Exercises designed to introduce the          3 credits. Advanced topics in general microbi-       BIOS g312 Systematic Botany 4 credits.
tools, techniques and significance of experi-        ology with lecture and lab emphasis on modern        Instruction on collecting of plants and sys-
mentation in the botanical sciences. PREREQ          developments in the science. PREREQ: BIOS            tems of classification. Field trips. PREREQ:
OR COREQ: BIOL 203. Combination of BIOL              235 OR EQUIVALENT. S                                 BIOL 203. S
203-203L satisfies Goal 4 of the General Edu-        BIOS 243 Nature Photography 2 credits. A
cation Requirements. F, S                                                                                 BIOS g314 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
                                                     course involving the techniques of maxi-,            4 credits. Descriptive studies of adult morphol-
BIOL 205 Heredity and Its Implications 4             mini-, and micro-nature photography.                 ogy of selected vertebrates and examples of
credits. Principles of heredity, especially of       Darkroom procedures will be covered. D               other representative chordates are used to illus-
man, and their implications in human affairs.        BIOS 250 Physiological Aspects of Moun-              trate the evolution of structure and function.
Satisfies Goal 4 of the General Education            taineering 3 credits. The study of human physi-      PREREQ: BIOL 202. F
Requirements. F, S                                   ology as it relates to general mountaineering and    BIOS 315 Introduction to Biometry 3 credits.
BIOS 192 Ecology Seminar 1 credit. De-               outdoor pursuits in adverse environments. Top-       Concepts of experimental design and micro-
signed to acquaint majors or interested stu-         ics include acclimatization to temperature, moun-    computer application of basic statistical tech-
dents with the field of conservation and to          tain sickness, energetics. PREREQ: BIOL 202          niques to analysis of biological data. PREREQ:
provide opportunities for interaction among          OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                       200 BIOS COURSE. AS
students, faculty and professionals. S               BIOS g301 Anatomy and Physiology 4 cred-             BIOS g317 Organic Evolution 3 credits. Criti-
BIOS 206 Cell Biology 3 credits. Study of the        its. Structures and functions of integumentary,      cal discussion of the facts and theories of or-
structure and function of cells as they respond to   skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.             ganic evolution and the general development of
the environment. PREREQ: BIOL 202 OR BIOL            PREREQ: BIOL 202. F                                  evolutionary speculation. PREREQ: A COURSE
203, ONE YEAR OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY                   BIOS g302 Anatomy and Physiology 4 cred-             IN GENERAL BIOLOGY AND JUNIOR
OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S                    its. Structures and functions of circulatory,        STANDING. S
BIOS 207 Cell Biology Laboratory 1 credit.           respiratory, urinary, digestive, endocrine, and      BIOS g318 Ecological Topic 1 credit.
Laboratory experiments emphasizing an evolu-         reproductive systems. PREREQ: BIOL 202. S            Flexible use of seminars, lectures, and labo-
tionary approach to cell structure and function,     BIOS g303 Principles of Animal Physiology 4          ratory work dealing with ecological rela-
including basic techniques of tissue culture. F, S   credits. Compares homeostatic processes in-          tionships. Emphasis varies. May be repeated
BIOS 208 Homesteading 3 credits. A course            cluding ionic and osmotic regulation, nerve and      until a maximum of 3 credits is earned.
emphasizing the application of ecological and        muscle physiology, circulation, respiration, and     PREREQ: BIOS 209 OR PERMISSION OF
biological principles of self-reliant living in      endocrine functions among major animal groups.       INSTRUCTOR. F, S
balance with nature. AS                              Lecture and Laboratory. PREREQ: BIOL 202;            BIOS 320 Physiological Ecology 3 credits.
BIOS 209 General Ecology 4 credits. Organ-           1 YEAR OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY. S                       Study of physiological adaptations of plants
isms in relation to their environment. Field         BIOS g304 Elements of Plant Physiology 4             and animals. Physiological mechanisms will
trips. PREREQ: BIOL 202 OR BIOL 203. F               credits. Study of the physical and chemical          be emphasized. Lectures, laboratories, and
BIOS 213 Fall Flora 2 credits. For teachers          basis of plant life as related to such things as     field trips will illustrate adaptive responses to
and others who wish to become acquainted             absorption, transpiration, manufacture of            a diversity of environments. PREREQ: BIOS
with Idaho plants. Common names are empha-           foods, digestion, growth, and reproduction.          209; BIOS g303 OR BIOS g304 RECOM-
sized. Common cultivated and native plants           PREREQ: BIOL 203; ONE YEAR OF COL-                   MENDED. AF
are collected and identified. F                      LEGE CHEMISTRY. F                                    BIOS g322 Principles of Taphonomy 3
BIOS 214 Spring Flora 2 credits. For those           BIOS 305 Introduction to Pathobiology 3              credits. Effects of processes which modify
who wish to become acquainted with the com-          credits. Concepts of pathobiology, to include        organisms between death and the time the
mon names and habitat of edible, poisonous,          causes, common mechanisms and manifesta-             usually fossilized remains are studied. Em-
native, and cultivated springtime plants of          tions of human disease. Patterns of pathogen-        phasis on vertebrates. Cross-listed as ANTH
southeast Idaho. Identification and collection       esis as related to physiological mechanisms          g322, GEOL g322. PREREQ: PERMISSION
techniques are emphasized. S                         are examined. PREREQ: BIOL 202; BIOS                 OF INSTRUCTOR. AF
                                                     g301 AND BIOS g302. F                                BIOS g324 Comparative Embryology and
BIOS 221 Introductory Microbiology 3 cred-
its. Essential principles of microbiology and an     BIOS 306 Laboratory Exercises in Patho-              Human Development 4 credits. Descriptive
introduction to various applications of eco-         biology 1 credit. Exercises to demonstrate           studies of the embryonic development of se-
nomic importance. No credit if taken after           concepts of pathobiology including causes,           lected vertebrates together with the embryonic
BIOS 235. PREREQ: CHEM 101 OR CHEM                   common mechanisms and manifestations of              and fetal development of the human. PREREQ:
111 AND BIOL 202 OR BIOL 203. F, S                   disease. COREQ: BIOS 305. F                          BIOL 202. S
             64
             BIOS g332 Biochemistry 3 credits. Gen-            BIOS g405 Plant Anatomy 3 credits. Study           BIOS g426 Herpetology 3 credits. The biol-
             eral introductory course which includes the       of the development and microscopic struc-          ogy of amphibians and reptiles: lecture topics
             occurrence, structure, function, and metabo-      ture of the stems, leaves, roots, and repro-       include evolutionary history, functional mor-
             lism of carbohydrates, amino acids, lipids,       ductive structures of vascular plants with         phology, physiological ecology, biogeogra-
             proteins, and nucleic acids; energy metabo-       emphasis on the flowering plants. PREREQ:          phy, reproductive, and population ecology.
             lism; and integration of the above areas.         BIOL 203. AF                                       Laboratories and field trips cover systematic,
             PREREQ: CHEM g302 OR PERMISSION                   BIOS g406 Plant Morphology 4 credits. Study        natural history, and collecting/sampling tech-
             OF INSTRUCTOR. F                                  of the reproduction, structure, development,       niques. PREREQ: BIOS 209. AS
             BIOS 334 Experimental Biochemistry 1              evolution, and classification of the fungi, al-    BIOS g427 Ichthyology 3 credits. The biology
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




             credit. Laboratory course including both quali-   gae, bryophytes, and vascular plants. PREREQ:      of fishes: lecture topics include evolutionary
             tative and quantitative experiments. PREREQ       BIOL 203. AF                                       history, functional morphology, physiological
             OR COREQ: BIOS g332. F                            BIOS g408 Plant Ecology 3 credits. Major           ecology, and biogeography. Laboratory and
             BIOS g337 Conservation of Natural Re-             factors limiting plant growth and distribution     field trips cover identification and natural his-
             sources 3 credits. Principles and concepts        with emphasis on adaptation and response at the    tory with an emphasis on Idaho species.
             relevant to man’s influence upon his environ-     individual, population, and community levels.      PREREQ: BIOS 209. AF
             ment, especially through interruption of eco-     Includes studies of species distributions along    BIOS g428 Veterinary and Medical Ento-
             logical succession, reduction of diversity in     environmental gradients and community struc-       mology 3 credits. Identification, habits, life
             the landscape and pollution, and over-breed-      ture and analysis. PREREQ: BIOL 203. AS            cycles, ecology and management of arthropods
             ing. PREREQ: BIOS 209 OR PERMISSION               BIOS 411 Medical Technology Internship             of veterinary and public health importance,
             OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                  32 credits. Twelve-month training course in        including relationships between vectors, patho-
             BIOS 341 Medical Microbiology 2 credits.          clinical laboratory methods. Includes proce-       gens, and hosts. PREREQ: BIOL 202. AF
             Host-parasite relationships, pathogenic prop-     dures in hematology, serology, clinical chem-      BIOS g429 Regional Anatomy and Histol-
             erties of microorganisms and pathology of         istry, and microbiology. Program components        ogy 4 credits. Regional approach to gross
             disease processes. Course restricted to Phar-     meet the requirements of the National Accred-      human anatomy emphasizing the use of
             macy students only. PREREQ: BIOS 342 OR           iting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences.     prosected materials and microscopic anatomy.
             PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                       PREREQ: BIOS g351; BIOS g355. F                    Designed primarily for students in the Physi-
             BIOS 342 Basic Immunology 2 credits. Fun-         BIOS g413 Biology Teaching Methods 3               cian Assistant Program. PREREQ: BIOS 301,
             damental concepts of antibody-mediated and        credits. Designed to help biology teachers         BIOS 302. F
             cell-mediated mechanisms of immunity.             plan, teach and evaluate biological activities     BIOS g430 Human Performance Physiology
             Course restricted to Pharmacy students only.      for their students. A diversity of laboratory      4 credits. Physiology as applied to human
             PREREQ: BIOS 235 OR PERMISSION OF                 and outdoor environmental educational mate-        energetics with relation to respiratory, cardio-
             INSTRUCTOR. F                                     rials and methods will be experientially con-      vascular, muscular, nervous and endocrine sys-
             BIOS g351 Immunology 3 credits. Funda-            sidered. Required for secondary teaching           tems. Includes rehabilitation analysis of
             mental concepts of antibody-mediated and          majors in biology. AS                              abnormalities of performance. Lecture and labo-
             cell-mediated mechanisms of immunity. In-         BIOS g416 Community Ecology 3 credits.             ratory. PREREQ: BIOS g301 AND BIOS g302
             vivo and in-vitro antigen-antibody interac-       Structure, function, and classification of plant   OR BIOS g303. D
             tions are discussed. PREREQ: BIOS 235 OR          and animal communities, emphasizing biotic         BIOS g431 General Entomology 3 credits.
             PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                       and abiotic interactions and patterns of change    Study of structure, development, classification,
             BIOS g353 Immunology Laboratory 1 credit.         in space and time. Field work emphasizes the       and life histories of insects, including ecologi-
             Selected laboratory experiments to accompany      collection and analysis of data. PREREQ:           cal, economic and management considerations.
             Immunology BIOS g351. PREREQ OR                   BIOS 209. AF                                       A returnable collection of insects may be re-
             COREQ: BIOS g351. Open to non-majors by           BIOS g419 Mammalian Histology 4 credits.           quired. Field trips. PREREQ: BIOL 202. AF
             special permission. F                             Study of animal tissues, including structural      BIOS g433 Microbial Physiology 4 cred-
             BIOS g355 Pathogenic Microbiology 3 cred-         and functional characteristics of tissues          its. Comparative biochemistry of microor-
             its. Study of the important disease-producing     and organs. PREREQ: BIOS 206, BIOS 207,            ganisms, including enzyme kinetics, carbon
             microorganisms. Host-parasite relationships,      OR BIOS g303 OR BIOS g301 AND BIOS                 and energy metabolism, nitrogen metabo-
             pathogenic properties of microorganisms and       g302. F                                            lism, nutrition, and the effect of environ-
             pathology of disease processes will be dis-       BIOS g420 Musculo-Skeletal Anatomy 2               mental factors on growth, death, and
             cussed. PREREQ: BIOS g351 OR PERMIS-              credits. Study of human body structure em-         metabolism. PREREQ: BIOS g332 OR PER-
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                             phasizing muscular system and its relationship     MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
             BIOS g357 Pathogenic Microbiology Labo-           to axial and appendicular skeleton. Focus is on    BIOS g435 Vertebrate Paleontology 4 cred-
             ratory 2 credits. Will emphasize procedures       extremities, thorax, and pelvis with applica-      its. Phylogenetic history of the vertebrates
             for the isolation and identification of patho-    tions toward normal, diseased and rehabilita-      outlined in the light of morphology, classifica-
             genic bacteria. Clinical specimens will be pro-   tive functions. PREREQ: BIOS g301 AND              tion, evolution, paleoecology, and the signifi-
             vided for use in identification of unknowns.      BIOS g302. AS                                      cance of fossils. Field trips. PREREQ: GEOL
             PREREQ OR COREQ: BIOS g355. S                     BIOS g423 Parasitology 3 credits. Study of         g431 OR BIOS g314 OR EQUIVALENT. F
             BIOS g358 Genetics 3 credits. Basic prin-         the animal parasites with emphasis on those of     BIOS g438 Ornithology 3 credits. Study of
             ciples of heredity and variation. PREREQ:         man. Laboratory includes identification of the     the origin, evolution, structure, habits, adapta-
             BIOL 202 OR BIOL 203. F                           important parasites of man; the collection and     tions, distribution, and classification of birds.
                                                               the preservation of the available local forms.     Field trips. PREREQ: BIOL 202. S
             BIOS 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops          PREREQ: BIOL 202. AS
             aimed at the development and improvement of                                                          BIOS g440 Human Gross Anatomy 4
             skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a ma-   BIOS g425 Human Anatomy 4 credits.                 credits. Comprehensive regional study of
             jor or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D    General systemic anatomy with emphasis             gross human anatomy with emphasis on the
                                                               on microscopic and gross structure.                upper limb, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and
             BIOS g400 Oral Histology and Embryology           PREREQ: BIOL 202. F                                perineum. Designed for first year dental stu-
             3 credits. The microanatomy and formative                                                            dents and complements BIOS g450. Lecture
             processes of the teeth and their surrounding                                                         and laboratory. F
             structures. S
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BIOS g441 Mammalogy 3 credits. Gen-                  PREREQ: BIOS g351 AND PERMISSION OF                BIOS g469 Special Topics in Microbiol-
eral study of mammals including classifica-          INSTRUCTOR. AS                                     ogy 1-4 credits. Study of selected topics in
tion, identification, habits, ecology,               BIOS g456 Human Physiology II 4 credits.           microbiology. Course contents will vary
economics, and techniques of study, with             Physiology of gastrointestinal, endocrine, and     with topics selected. May be repeated with
emphasis on North American forms. Field              reproductive systems. Includes studies of acid-    departmental approval for nonrepetitive
trips. PREREQ: BIOS 209. AS                          base balance, peripheral circulation, shock,       course content. PREREQ: PERMISSION
BIOS g443 Endocrinology 3 credits. Study of          and temperature regulation. PREREQ: BIOS           OF INSTRUCTOR. S
the anatomy and physiology of the ductless           g449 OR EQUIVALENT. S                              BIOS g470 Cross-Sectional Anatomy 2 cred-
glands and the properties and uses of natural and                                                       its. Human gross regional anatomy in cross and




                                                                                                                                                            College of
                                                     BIOS g459 Fish Ecology 3 credits. Study of




                                                                                                                                                            Sciences
                                                                                                                                                             Arts and
synthetic hormones. PREREQ: BIOS g303. S             the behavior, habitat use, diet, population dy-    sagittal sections. Designed to prepare students
BIOS g444 General Pathology 4 credits. Study         namics, and management of freshwater fishes,       in radiographic sciences to understand struc-
of basic pathological processes which underlie       especially trout and salmon. Field trips empha-    ture depicted by various imaging techniques.
disease, including inflammation, neoplasia,          size sampling techniques. PREREQ: BIOS 209,        PREREQ: BIOS g301 AND BIOS g302. S
infarction and cellular alterations; an attempt is   BIOS g426 RECOMMENDED. AF                          BIOS g471 Pathophysiology 4 credits. Fo-
made to correlate the anatomical, functional,        BIOS g460 Neuroanatomy 2 credits.                  cuses on the response of physiological systems
and biochemical alterations. Lectures, demon-        Comprehensive presentation of the anatomy of       to pathophysiological disruptions. The rela-
strations and small group discussions. D             the central nervous system, the brain and spinal   tionships between tissue, organ, and systemic
BIOS g445 Biochemistry I 3 credits. Intro-           cord. Combined lecture and laboratory              physiology and pathological conditions will
duction to basic aspects of biochemical systems,     demonstration. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF               be emphasized. PREREQ: BIOS g301 AND
including fundamental chemical and physical          INSTRUCTOR. S                                      BIOS g302 OR BIOS g303. S
properties of biomolecules. Enzymology, in-          BIOS g461 Advanced Genetics 3 credits.             BIOS 472 Clinical Physiology 2 credits. A
cluding allosterism, metabolic regulation,           Detailed and critical consideration of selected    survey of selected organ systems with clinical
bioenergetics, and carbohydrate metabolism.          genetic topics with emphasis on recent ad-         correlations of pathophysiologic states.
PREREQ: CHEM g302 OR PERMISSION OF                   vances. PREREQ: BIOS g358 OR PERMIS-               PREREQ: BIOS 464. S
INSTRUCTOR. F                                        SION OF INSTRUCTOR. AS                             BIOS g473 Industrial Microbiology 4 credits.
BIOS g446 Selected Topics in Physiology 1            BIOS g462 Freshwater Ecology 3 credits.            Microbiological and biochemical aspects of
credit. Selected topics in physiology for dental     Study of the interaction of physical and biotic    fermentative and oxidative processes of indus-
students: blood coagulation-complement-kinin         factors in aquatic ecosystems. Field trips.        trial importance such as yeast, mold, and bac-
systems, prostaglandin and related substances,       PREREQ: BIOS 209. AF                               terial fermentation. PREREQ: BIOS g433. AS
vitamins, steroids, mucopolysaccharides, col-                                                           BIOS g474 Human Anatomy (Physical
lagen and other extracellular matrix macromol-       BIOS g463 Human Pathophysiology 4
                                                     credits. The study of basic process underlying     Therapy Emphasis) 5 credits. Human gross
ecules and cyto- and molecular genetics. S                                                              anatomy and histology for, but not limited to,
                                                     diseases, with an emphasis on correlating ana-
BIOS g447 Biochemistry II 3 credits. Func-           tomical, functional, and biochemical alterations   physical therapy students emphasizing the skel-
tional continuation of g445. Lipid, amino acid,      with clinical manifestations. Laboratory re-       etal, muscular, integumentary, peripheral ner-
and nucleotide metabolism. Emphasis is on regu-      quired. PREREQ: BIOS g425; BIOCHEMIS-              vous, cardiovascular, and pulmonary systems.
lation of metabolism, metabolic dysfunctions,        TRY; ONE YEAR OF PHYSIOLOGY, OR                    PREREQ: BIOS g301 AND BIOS g302 OR
biochemical mechanisms of hormone action, bio-       PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                        EQUIVALENT. D
chemical genetics, protein synthesis, and meta-                                                         BIOS g475 General Virology 3 credits. Intro-
bolic consequences of genetic defects. S             BIOS 464 Lectures in Human Physiology 3
                                                     credits. Physiology of the nervous, muscular,      duction to the general principles of virology
BIOS g448 Advanced Experimental                      circulatory, respiratory, and excretory systems.   through consideration of structure, genetics,
Biochemistry 2 credits. Advanced labora-             PREREQ: BIOS 301, BIOS 302, AND ONE                replication and biochemistry of animal and
tory projects designed to emphasize tech-            YEAR OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY. 4                       bacterial viruses. PREREQ: COMPLETION
niques of qualitative and quantitative                                                                  OF 90 CREDITS. F
biochemical analysis. COREQ: BIOS g447               BIOS g465 Microbial Genetics 3 credits.
                                                     Principles of heredity and variation with appli-   BIOS g476 Ecology of Water Pollution 3
OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                                                          credits. Study of causes of pollution and their
                                                     cation of these principles to bacteria and vi-
BIOS g449 Human Physiology 4 credits. First          ruses. PREREQ: BIOS 236; CHEM g301. S              effects on the aquatic environment and its inhab-
of a two course sequence. Physiology of the                                                             itants. Special consideration given to the bio-
nervous, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, and     BIOS g466 Medical Mycology 3 credits. Lec-         logical and chemical assessment of pollution in
excretory systems. PREREQ: BIOL 202; CHEM            ture/laboratory course addressing medically        streams. Field work. PREREQ: BIOS g462 OR
111 AND CHEM 112; COREQ: BIOS g425. F                important fungi. Taxonomy, clinical disease,       PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. AS
                                                     pathogenesis, immunological diagnosis and
BIOS g450 Head and Neck Anatomy 3 cred-              laboratory identification of contaminants, op-     BIOS g477 Bacterial Virology Laboratory 1
its. Comprehensive presentation of the anatomy       portunists, superficial, cutaneous, subcutane-     credit. Designed to acquaint students with the
of the head and neck as it applies to the practice   ous and systemic mycoses. PREREQ: BIOS             techniques and experimental principles used in
of dentistry. Lecture and laboratory. S              221 OR BIOS 235. AS                                the study of bacterial viruses. PREREQ OR
BIOS g452 Population Ecology 3 credits.                                                                 COREQ: BIOS g475. S
                                                     BIOS g467 Microbial Genetics Laboratory
Study of the forces that determine the compo-        1 credit. Laboratory investigations of the         BIOS g478 Animal Virology Laboratory
sition, density, and distribution of terrestrial     principles of heredity, variation and genetic      1 credit. Introduces tissue culture methods
animal populations including natality, mortal-       exchange in bacteria and bacterial viruses.        and other techniques employed in the study
ity, dispersion, and environment, knowledge          PREREQ: BIOS 235 OR BIOS 221 AND BIOS              of animal viruses. PREREQ OR COREQ:
of which is applicable to game management.           223. S                                             BIOS g475. F
Field trips. PREREQ: BIOS 209 OR PERMIS-                                                                BIOS g479 Survey of Electron Microscopy 2
SION OF INSTRUCTOR. AS                               BIOS g468 Oral Microbiology 1 credit. Study
                                                     of microbiology of plaque, caries, periodontal     credits. Introduction to the potentialities,
BIOS g454 Advanced Immunology 3 cred-                disease, immunobiology of oral disease and         theory, techniques, and limitations of electron
its. Detailed study of selected areas of             control of microorganisms with antimicrobial       microscopy. The field will be surveyed as a
immunobiology. Course content will vary              agents. Four periods devoted to laboratory         whole, but primary emphasis will be on bio-
with current demand. Students will lead              study of medically important oral microbes.        logical applications. PREREQ: PERMISSION
discussions and present current literature.          PREREQ OR COREQ: BIOS g355. S                      OF INSTRUCTOR. F
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             BIOS g481-g482 Independent Problems 1-4              Affiliate Faculty: Bartholomay, Gering,           CHEM g302       Organic Chemistry II        3 cr
             credits. Individual problems will be assigned to                                                       CHEM g303       Organic Chemistry Lab I     1 cr
                                                                     Mohseni, Pattie                                CHEM g304       Organic Chemistry Lab II    1 cr
             students on the basis of interest and previous       Professors Emeriti: Arcand, Braun,                PHYS 211-212    Engineering Physics         8 cr
             preparation. PREREQ: A MINIMUM OF TWO
                                                                     Faler, Heckler                                 PHYS 213-214    Engineering Physics Lab     2 cr
             COURSES IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND
             PERMISSION OF THE INSTRUCTOR. F, S                   Students who wish to major in chemistry           Third Year
             BIOS g485 Nutritional Biochemistry 3 cred-           may take courses which will prepare them          CHEM g305      Organic Chemistry Lab III    2 cr
             its. Human metabolism in health and disease.         for industrial or governmental laboratory         CHEM g313      Instrumental Analysis        2 cr
             Emphasizes interrelationships among hor-             work, for graduate study in chemistry,            CHEM g334      Instrumental Analysis Lab    2 cr
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




             mones, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, vita-        biochemistry, or allied fields, or lead to-       CHEM g351-g352 Physical Chemistry           6 cr
             mins and minerals within tissues and organs.
                                                                  ward professional training in medicine or         Fourth Year
             PREREQ: CHEM 101 AND CHEM 102, OR
             CHEM 111 AND CHEM g301. S                            dentistry.
                                                                                                                    CHEM g407      Inorganic Chemistry II       2 cr
             BIOS g486 Human Systemic Physiology 5                The department offers three traditional           CHEM g408      Preparative Inorganic
             credits. One semester human physiology course                                                                         Chemistry                    1 cr
                                                                  degree programs and a combined BS/MS              CHEM g453      Modern Experimental
             emphasizing the function and regulation of the       program which is designed for highly mo-                         Physical Chemistry           2 cr
             muscular, skeletal, circulatory, respiratory, uri-
                                                                  tivated students who wish to progress more        CHEM g466      Structural Analysis in
             nary, reproductive, and immune systems.                                                                               Chemistry                    2 cr
             PREREQ: CHEM 111 AND CHEM 112; BIOS                  rapidly. The Bachelor of Arts degree is
                                                                                                                    CHEM g481-g482 Independent Problems         3 cr
             g301 AND BIOS g302 OR EQUIVALENT. F                  designed for students who desire a flexible       CHEM g491      Seminar                      1 cr
                                                                  program so they can develop more inter-                          OR
             BIOS g489 Field Ecology 3 credits. An inten-
                                                                  disciplinary competence. The Bachelor of          CHEM g492      Seminar                      1 cr
             sive field study of at least one biogeographical
             region to increase student’s knowledge of, and       Science degree places greater emphasis on         Bachelor of Science chemistry majors should
             skill with, field sampling techniques, field-        chemistry. It is designed to lead to Ameri-       note the following considerations for Gen-
             study design, data collection and analysis, and      can Chemical Society (ACS) certification          eral Education Requirements: ENGL 101
             report preparation. PREREQ: BIOS 209. AS             upon graduation. The Bachelor of Science          (Goal 1) and COMM 101 (Goal 2) should
             BIOS g491-g492 Seminar 1 credit. Review of           degree in Biochemistry is a joint program         be completed during the freshman year, and
             current research and literature in the general       with the Department of Biological Sci-            ENGL 201 should be passed during the
             fields of biological science. Open only to gradu-    ences. It is directed toward future work in
             ate students and seniors or by permission of the                                                       sophomore year. The mathematics require-
                                                                  the field of molecular biology. Students          ment (Goal 3) should be fulfilled by MATH
             department. F, S
                                                                  may be admitted to the combined BS/MS             170 and 175 as early as feasible.
             BIOS 493 Senior Thesis 1-4 credits. (See course      program at the beginning of their junior
             description, University-Wide Courses.) F, S          year. This program allows the student to
             BIOS 494 Seminar in Microbiology 1 credit.           receive the ACS certified Bachelor of Sci-
             Presentation of written and oral review of li-
             brary research in microbiology and molecular
                                                                  ence degree and the Master of Science             Combined BS/
                                                                  degree at the end of the fifth year.
             biology by students for discussion with faculty
             and fellow students. May be repeated for a total                                                       MS Program in
             of two credits. F
             BIOS g495 Ethology 3 credits. Behavior of            Bachelor of                                       Chemistry
             animals and the evolutionary mechanisms which
                                                                                                                    Students may be admitted to the program
             dictate behavioral patterns. PREREQ: UPPER-
             DIVISION OR GRADUATE STATUS. AS
                                                                  Science in                                        after having completed 64 credit hours.
                                                                                                                    Application for admission must be made
             BIOS 496 Ecology Senior Seminar 1 credit.
             Review of current research in ecology and            Chemistry                                         to the chemistry department. In addition
             related areas. Attendance at Departmental Semi-                                                        the student must have completed the fol-
             nars and written summaries of the seminars           A suggested sequence for taking the re-           lowing courses or the equivalent:
             required. PREREQ: OPEN TO SENIOR ECOL-               quired science courses is given below.
                                                                  Variations on the sequence should be              CHEM 111-112    General Chemistry           9 cr
             OGY MAJORS OR BY PERMISSION OF
                                                                                                                    CHEM 114        Cations and Anions          1 cr
             THE DEPARTMENT. F, S                                 checked to insure that course prerequisites       CHEM 211        Inorganic Chemistry I       2 cr
                                                                  have been satisfied. Because many courses         CHEM 232        Quantitative Analysis       2 cr
                                                                  have structured prerequisites, major de-          CHEM 234        Quantitative Analysis Lab   2 cr

             Department                                           viations from this schedule could increase
                                                                  the time required to obtain the degree.
                                                                                                                    CHEM 301-302
                                                                                                                    CHEM 303-304
                                                                                                                                    Organic Chemistry
                                                                                                                                    Organic Chemistry
                                                                                                                                    Laboratory I and II
                                                                                                                                                                6 cr

                                                                                                                                                                2 cr
                                                                                                                    MATH 170        Calculus I                  4 cr
             of Chemistry                                         First Year
                                                                                                                    MATH 175
                                                                                                                    PHYS 211-212
                                                                                                                                    Calculus II
                                                                                                                                    Engineering Physics
                                                                                                                                                                4 cr
                                                                                                                                                                8 cr
                                                                  CHEM 111       General Chemistry I         5 cr   PHYS 213-214    Engineering Physics Lab     2 cr
             Chair and Professor: Strommen                        CHEM 112       General Chemistry II        4 cr
             Professors: Benson, Kalivas, Ronald,                 CHEM 114       Cations and Anions          1 cr   Requirements (See the
                                                                  MATH 170       Calculus I                  4 cr
                Sutter, Wiegand
                                                                  MATH 175       Calculus II                 4 cr
                                                                                                                    suggested schedule)
             Associate Professors: De Jesus,
                                                                                                                    During the first semester each student is
                Rodriguez, Rosentreter, Wells                     Second Year                                       expected to select three faculty members
             Assistant Professors: Castle                         CHEM 211       Inorganic Chemistry I       2 cr   to serve as his/her advisory committee
             Academic Outreach Adjunct Faculty:                   CHEM 232       Quantitative Analysis       2 cr   subject to the approval of the Department
                Braun, Omar                                       CHEM 234       Quantitative Analysis Lab   2 cr
                                                                  CHEM g301      Organic Chemistry I         3 cr   Chair. In the second semester, each student
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will form their planned program of study       Third Year (Junior)                              Second Year
with their research advisor, write a re-
                                                                                                CHEM 211        Inorganic Chemistry I       2 cr
search overview of their project, apply and    Fall/Spring                                      CHEM 232        Quantitative Analysis       2 cr
be admitted to the Graduate School. The        *CHEM 305      Organic Chemistry Lab III 2 cr    CHEM 234        Quantitative Analysis Lab   2 cr
student is expected to begin his/her re-       *CHEM 313      Instrumental Analysis      2 cr   CHEM g301       Organic Chemistry I         3 cr
                                               *CHEM 334      Instrumental Analysis Lab 2 cr    CHEM g302       Organic Chemistry II        3 cr
search no later than the beginning of the                                                       CHEM g303       Organic Chemistry Lab I     1 cr
                                               *CHEM 351      Physical Chemistry         3 cr
summer session. Thereafter, individual sec-    *CHEM 352      Physical Chemistry         3 cr   CHEM g304       Organic Chemistry Lab II    1 cr
tions of the research paper will be required   MATH 230       Introduction to Linear            PHYS 211-212    Engineering Physics         8 cr




                                                                                                                                                   College of

                                                                                                                                                   Sciences
                                                                                                                                                    Arts and
as students progress through the program.                     Algebra                    2 cr
                                               MATH 360       Differential Equations     3 cr   Third Year
Students must apply and be admitted to the                    Electives                 11 cr
                                                                                                CHEM g351-g352 Physical Chemistry           6 cr
Graduate School prior to their fourth year.                                      TOTAL: 28 cr
                                                  *Must be completed by the end of the          Plus 6 additional upper-division credits in
The student must score at or above the                                                          chemistry, approved by the department
                                                  junior year.
35th percentile in two areas of the aptitude                                                    and not to include CHEM g481-g482,
sections (Verbal, Quantitative, and Ana-                                                        CHEM g491-g492.
                                               Summer
lytical). Continuation in the program re-
quires that the student maintain a minimum     CHEM 435       Senior Research            6 cr   No more than 40 credits in chemistry will be
GPA of 3.0 from date of admission and                                                           allowed toward graduation in this program.
                                               Fourth Year (Senior)
annual approval of his/her committee. It                                                        Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry majors
will be recommended that students who          Fall/Spring                                      should complete ENGL 101 and COMM
are not making adequate progress discon-                                                        101 (Goals 1 and 2 of the General Educa-
                                               CHEM 407       Inorganic Chemistry II     2 cr
tinue the program.                             CHEM 408       Preparative Inorganic             tion Requirements) during the freshman
                                                              Chemistry                  1 cr   year and ENGL 201 should be passed by
The student must complete a total of 158       CHEM 435       Senior Research            2 cr
credit hours. This corresponds to 128 credit   CHEM 453       Modern Experimental               or during the sophomore year. Goal 3
hours for the BS degree and 30 credit                         Physical Chemistry         2 cr   (mathematics) should be fulfilled by
                                               CHEM 466       Structural Analysis in            MATH 170 and 175 as early as feasible.
hours for the MS degree. The final course                     Chemistry                  2 cr
selection must be approved by the Chem-        CHEM 491       Seminar                    1 cr
                                                                                                The other General Education Requirements
istry Graduate Program Committee. Stu-         CHEM 510       Advanced Inorganic                (Goals 4 and 6-12) should be taken as
dents are required to have completed all                      Chemistry                  3 cr   credit loads allow.
                                               CHEM 555       Advanced Physical
general education requirements by the end                     Chemistry                  3 cr
of their second year in the combined BS/                      Electives                 11 cr
MS program. It is the intent that all stu-
dents will finish within the period of 3
                                                                                 TOTAL: 27 cr
                                                                                                Teaching Major
                                               Summer
years after admission to the program. Suc-
cessful completion of the program requires
                                               CHEM 635       Master’s Research          6 cr   in Chemistry
that the student write and defend a re-        Fifth Year                                       Students wishing to pursue a teaching
search paper embodying his/her research                                                         major in chemistry should see the depart-
before his/her research committee.             Fall/Spring                                      ment chairman.
                                               CHEM 530       Advanced Analytical
                                                              Chemistry                 3 cr
Suggested Schedule                             CHEM 571       Advanced Organic                  Minor in Chemistry
                                                              Chemistry                 3 cr
The following schedule will show how a         CHEM 601       Seminar                   2 cr
typical student might progress through         CHEM 635       Master’s Research         4 cr    Required courses:
the BS/MS program. Even though courses                        Electives                13 cr
                                                                                TOTAL: 25 cr    CHEM 111        General Chemistry I       5 cr
are listed as suggested, each student is                                                        CHEM 112        General Chemistry II      4 cr
required to meet all course requirements                                                        CHEM 211        Inorganic Chemistry I     2 cr
for the BS degree in chemistry (except
independent problems CHEM 481 and
                                               Bachelor of Arts                                 CHEM 232
                                                                                                CHEM 234
                                                                                                CHEM g301
                                                                                                                Quantitative Analysis     2 cr
                                                                                                                Quantitative Analysis Lab 2 cr
                                                                                                                Organic Chemistry I       3 cr
CHEM 482.) Each student is also re-
quired to complete all four advanced
                                               in Chemistry                                     CHEM g302
                                                                                                CHEM g303
                                                                                                CHEM g304
                                                                                                                Organic Chemistry II
                                                                                                                Organic Chemistry Lab I
                                                                                                                Organic Chemistry Lab II
                                                                                                                                          3 cr
                                                                                                                                          1 cr
                                                                                                                                          1 cr
chemistry courses at the 500 level (CHEM       A suggested sequence for the science re-                                           TOTAL: 23 cr
510, CHEM 530, CHEM 555, and CHEM              quirements is listed below. Variations in
571.) These courses are taken during the                                                        In addition to the 23 hours specified above,
                                               this sequence should be checked to see
second and third years of the program.                                                          the chemistry minor shall consist of six
                                               that course prerequisites are met.
                                                                                                additional hours of approved upper divi-
                                                                                                sion electives in chemistry, (excluding
                                               First Year                                       CHEM 333, CHEM g400, CHEM g481-
                                               CHEM 111       General Chemistry I        5 cr   g482, and CHEM g491-g492), for a total
                                               CHEM 112       General Chemistry II       4 cr   of 29 credits.
                                               CHEM 114       Cations and Anions         1 cr
                                               MATH 170       Calculus I                 4 cr
                                               MATH 175       Calculus II                4 cr
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                                                                   their reactions under various conditions.            CHEM g335 Environmental Chemistry 2
             Bachelor of                                           PREREQ: CHEM 112 OR PERMISSION OF
                                                                   INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                                                                                        credits. Application of chemical principles
                                                                                                                        and calculations to investigate environmental
             Science in                                            CHEM 232 Quantitative Analysis 2 credits.
                                                                   Theoretical foundations of quantitative analysis
                                                                                                                        issues. Natural systems, environmental degra-
                                                                                                                        dation and protection, and the methodology of
                                                                                                                        chemical detection and monitoring. PREREQ:
             Biochemistry                                          including an introduction to statistical analysis
                                                                   of chemical data generated from gravimetric,         CHEM 232 AND CHEM 234 OR PERMIS-
                                                                                                                        SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                                   volumetric and colorimetric methods. PREREQ:
             The Department of Biological Sciences                 CHEM 112 AND MATH 170. S                             CHEM g337 Environmental Chemistry
College of




             and the Department of Chemistry jointly
Sciences
 Arts and




                                                                   CHEM 234 Quantitative Analysis Labora-               Laboratory 1 credits. Utilizes both structured
             offer the B.S. degree in biochemistry. The                                                                 and self-designed field and classroom experi-
                                                                   tory 2 credits. Laboratory experiments in gravi-
             curriculum is designed to prepare the stu-            metric, volumetric, and colorimetric analysis.       ments to emphasize principles of environmen-
             dent for graduate work in biochemistry                PREREQ: CHEM 112. COREQ: CHEM 232                    tal chemistry. COREQ: CHEM g335 OR
             and related fields, as well as for admission          OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                       PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
             to medical, dental, or other health profes-           CHEM g301 Organic Chemistry I 3 credits.             CHEM g351-g352 Physical Chemistry 3 cred-
             sional schools. The graduate also is pre-             The fundamentals of organic chemistry are            its each. The fundamental principles of physical
             pared to go directly into research or                 examined through nomenclature, structure,            chemistry; thermodynamics, reaction kinetics,
             industrial positions which require prepa-             physical and chemical properties, reaction           molecular structure, quantum theory, spectros-
                                                                   mechanisms, spectroscopy and principal syn-          copy, and solution chemistry. PREREQ: CHEM
             ration only at the B.S. level.
                                                                   thetic methods. PREREQ: CHEM 112 OR                  112, MATH 175, AND PHYS 212, OR PER-
             A detailed description of the program is              PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. Recitation                 MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
             listed under the Department of Biological             section attendance will be required. F               CHEM g370 Analytical Geochemistry 3 cred-
             Sciences.                                             CHEM g302 Organic Chemistry II 3 credits.            its. A survey of geochemical analysis tech-
                                                                   A continuation of CHEM g301. The further             niques. All aspects of analysis, including sample
                                                                   study of the preparation, reactions, properties,     collection, preparation, instrumental analysis,
             Chemistry Courses                                     reaction mechanisms and spectroscopy of or-          QA/AC procedures, interpretation and presen-
                                                                   ganic compounds. PREREQ: CHEM g301 OR                tation are discussed. Cross-listed as PHYS
             CHEM 100 Architecture of Matter 4 credits.                                                                 g370, GEOL g370. PREREQ: CHEM 112 AND
                                                                   PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. Recitation
             How scientific thought has produced chemical                                                               PHYS 112. D
                                                                   section attendance will be required. S
             models of the structure of the material world,
                                                                   CHEM g303 Organic Chemistry Labora-                  CHEM 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Work-
             and the ethical and social consequences of its
                                                                   tory I 1 credit. Introductory laboratory work        shops aimed at the development and improve-
             applications. Recommended for students not
                                                                   in organic chemistry. Study and development          ment of skills. Does not satisfy requirements
             majoring in the natural sciences. Satisfies Goal
                                                                   of elementary techniques and their application       for a major or a minor. May be repeated.
             5 of the General Education Requirements. S
                                                                   to the preparation, isolation and characterization   Graded S/U. D
             CHEM 101 Essentials of Chemistry I 5 cred-
                                                                   of simple organic compounds. COREQ: CHEM             CHEM g400 Practicum in Physical Science
             its. Atomic structure, kinetic molecular theory,
                                                                   g301 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                  2 credits. Practical problems associated with
             chemical calculations, solutions, acid-base re-
                                                                   CHEM g304 Organic Chemistry Labora-                  equipping, setting up and operating laborato-
             action, equilibrium, and some descriptive inor-
                                                                   tory II 1 credit. Further experience in the          ries in chemistry and physics. Cross-listed as
             ganic chemistry. COREQ: MATH 143 OR
                                                                   fundamental operations of organic chemistry          PHYS g400. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF DE-
             MATH 147 OR EQUIVALENT. F
                                                                   laboratory work including the preparation and        PARTMENT CHAIR. D
             CHEM 102 Essentials of Chemistry II 5
                                                                   analysis of typical compounds. PREREQ:               CHEM g407 Inorganic Chemistry II 2 cred-
             credits. Descriptive organic and biochemistry
                                                                   CHEM g303. COREQ: CHEM g302 OR PER-                  its. Structure and reactivity of inorganic com-
             with emphasis on organic compounds of bio-
                                                                   MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                             pounds including coordination compounds;
             logical importance. May not be used as a pre-
                                                                   CHEM g305 Organic Chemistry Laboratory               acid-base chemistry and nonaqueous solvent
             requisite to other courses in chemistry.
                                                                   III 2 credits. Intermediate laboratory course in     systems; organometallic chemistry and other
             PREREQ: CHEM 101 OR CHEM 111. S
                                                                   modern methods of preparative organic                special topics of current interest. PREREQ:
             CHEM 111 (Old CHEM 121) General Chem-                                                                      CHEM 211 and CHEM g352, OR PERMIS-
                                                                   chemistry. Primary emphasis is on reactions,
             istry I 5 credits. Introductory course for stu-                                                            SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                                   synthesis, separation and spectral structural
             dents in scientific and technical fields; structure
                                                                   analysis techniques. PREREQ: CHEM g304               CHEM g408 Preparative Inorganic Chemis-
             and reactivity of elements and compounds,
                                                                   OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                       try 1 credit. A laboratory course for the prepa-
             stoichiometry, states of matter, solutions, and
                                                                   CHEM g313 Instrumental Analysis 2 credits.           ration of selected inorganic compounds utilizing
             chemical periodicity. PREREQ: MATH 143
                                                                   Advanced quantitative analysis dealing chiefly       various methods of synthesis and purification
             (OLD MATH 111) OR MATH 147 (OLD
                                                                   with quantitative applications of instrumental       employing physical, chemical and spectroscopic
             MATH 117) OR EQUIVALENT. F, S
                                                                   methods. PREREQ: CHEM 232 AND CHEM                   methods of characterization. COREQ: CHEM
             CHEM 112 General Chemistry II 4 credits.                                                                   g407 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                                   234 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
             Introduction to kinetics, equilibrium, electro-
                                                                   CHEM 333 Science and Civilization 3 cred-            CHEM g410 Advanced Inorganic Chemis-
             chemistry, and nuclear chemistry. PREREQ:
                                                                   its. A critical examination of the methods of        try 3 credits. Modern physical methods of
             CHEM 111 OR EQUIVALENT AND MATH
                                                                   physical science, its contributions to civiliza-     inorganic chemistry with an emphasis on the
             143 OR MATH 147 OR EQUIVALENT. S
                                                                   tion, and its inherent limitations. No science or    application of group theory to spectroscopic
             CHEM 114 Cations and Anions 1 credit.                                                                      analysis. COREQ: CHEM g466 OR PERMIS-
                                                                   mathematics prerequisite. Junior standing or
             Qualitative analysis of a selected group of                                                                SION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
                                                                   consent of instructor required. Cross-listed with
             cations and anions by wet chemical and instru-
                                                                   PHYS 333. D                                          CHEM g430 Advanced Analytical Chemis-
             mental means. PREREQ OR COREQ: CHEM
                                                                   CHEM g334 Instrumental Analysis Labo-                try 3 credits. Advanced treatment of standards,
             112 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
                                                                   ratory 2 credits. Laboratory course giving           sampling, special methods of analysis, and meth-
             CHEM 211 Inorganic Chemistry I 2 credits.                                                                  ods of separation. PREREQ: CHEM g302, g313,
                                                                   experience in fundamental operations of mod-
             The chemistry of a representative selection of                                                             g352, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
                                                                   ern instrumental methods of analysis.
             the chemical elements and their compounds:
                                                                   PREREQ: CHEM g313 OR PERMISSION                      CHEM g432 Chemometrics 4 credits. Data
             types of compounds, their preparation, and
                                                                   OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                     analysis of chemical measurements and design
                                                                                                                                                69
or selection of optimal measurement proce-         Adjunct Faculty: Broadhead,                           No student will be admitted to the Mass
dures and experiments by mathematical and            Czerepinski, Hansen, Leek, Puglisi,                 Communication program without com-
statistical analysis including sampling theory,      Rouse                                               pleting these requirements.
optimization, factor analysis, pattern recogni-
tion, and multicomponent analysis. PREREQ:                                                             Students are eligible to declare Mass Com-
PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                        Mass Communication                                  munication as their major and can be ad-
CHEM 435 Senior Research 1-4 credits. The          Each area of study in mass communication            mitted to the Mass Communication
student will be introduced to research tech-       emphasizes the importance of a strong               program after completing the requirements
niques, development of manipulative skills,                                                            for admission to major status. Prospective




                                                                                                                                                        College of
                                                   liberal arts education to students preparing




                                                                                                                                                        Sciences
                                                                                                                                                         Arts and
instrumental methods, laboratory notebook                                                              majors must successfully complete gen-
                                                   for careers in the media and mass
keeping, data interpretation and library re-
                                                   communication. Effective communication              eral education goals 1, 2, 6, 11 and 12 as
search. PREREQ: ACCEPTANCE IN THE
BS/MS PROGRAM. LIMIT 8 CREDITS. D                  in any form depends upon an adequate                well as a specific selection of lower divi-
                                                   breadth of knowledge.                               sion mass communication courses before
CHEM g446 Computer Applications in Sci-
ence 2 credits. Emphasis will be on Basic                                                              applying for major status. This application
                                                   For the Bachelor of Arts in Mass Commu-             is usually done in the sophomore year. In
Programming and Chemistry. Students will be        nication, five options are available:
allowed opportunity to concentrate on prob-                                                            addition to the general education require-
                                                   Journalism, Television, Photography,                ments, majors must complete MATH 107
lems which may be of special interest to them
in their science field. F                          Advertising/Public Relations and Media              Intermediate Algebra and MATH 253 In-
                                                   Studies. Journalism, Television, Photog-            troduction to Statistics or equivalent and
CHEM g453 Modern Experimental Physi-
cal Chemistry 2 credits. Magnetic, optical         raphy and Advertising/Public Relations              earn a grade of C or better in all mass
and electrical properties of materials, calorim-   sequences require approximately 33 cred-            communication courses.
etry, voltammetry, optical and laser spectro-      its and an additional 15 credits from a
scopic techniques. PREREQ: CHEM g334               selected component of specialized study
AND CHEM g352. F                                   outside the options. These options are              Speech
CHEM g455 Advanced Physical Chemistry              designed to give practical as well as theo-
3 credits. Introductory material from quantum      retical skills in those areas. The Media            Communication
chemistry and statistical mechanics with appli-    Studies option requires 45 credit hours             The speech curriculum is structured on the
cations in chemical thermodynamics. PREREQ:        selected from mass communication and
CHEM g302 AND CHEM g352 OR PERMIS-                                                                     basic assumption that people’s ability to
                                                   other departments and prepares students             communicate orally in an effective manner
SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                   in a more general way for career options in         is vital to successful social interaction. Two
CHEM g466 Structural Analysis in Chemis-           business, industry or government.
try 2 credits. The application of spectra-struc-                                                       areas of emphasis are offered in the Speech
ture correlations to the solution of chemical                                                          curriculum: Speech Communication and
structural problems. PREREQ: CHEM g302             Admission to Major Status                           Organizational Communication. Speech
AND CHEM g407, OR PERMISSION OF                    Students wishing to major in emphases               Communication is the humanistic study of
INSTRUCTOR. F                                      offered in the Mass Communication program           speech from its origins in ancient Greece to
CHEM g471 Advanced Organic Chemistry               must fulfill the following requirements:            the role of rhetoric in shaping the modern
3 credits. Kinetics and mechanisms in or-                                                              world. Organizational Communication is
ganic reactions. PREREQ: CHEM g302 AND             1. Officially admitted to Idaho State               the social scientific study of the role of
CHEM g352 OR PERMISSION OF IN-                        University.                                      communication in the creation of interper-
STRUCTOR. D
                                                   2. Successfully completing the follow-              sonal, small group, and organizational
CHEM g481-g482 Independent Problems in                                                                 structures. In both areas of emphasis, our
                                                      ing lower division courses or their
Chemistry 1-4 credits each. Directed library
                                                      equivalent:                                      program is designed to meet a fourfold
and laboratory research. Courses may be re-
peated to a maximum of 6 credits. F, S                                                                 purpose: to study the nature and process of
                                                   MC 119          Introduction to Mass Media   3 cr
                                                   MC 121          Reporting and Newswriting    4 cr
                                                                                                       oral communication; to develop the student’s
CHEM g491-g492 Seminar 1 credit. Oral
                                                   MC 215          Graphic Design               3 cr   ability to communicate clearly, confidently,
reports of library and laboratory research.
COREQ: CHEM g481, CHEM g482, OR PER-
                                                                   (depending on emphasis)             and rationally; to understand the critical
                                                                   OR                                  role of rhetoric in shaping historical events;
MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S                        MC 230          Introduction to
                                                                   Photography                  4 cr   to understand the methods of the social
                                                                                                       sciences and analyze communication situa-
Department of                                        General Education Requirement goals
                                                     1, 2, 6, 11, 12.
                                                                                                       tions according to those methods. Students
                                                                                                       who study speech receive a broad liberal
                                                                                                       arts background which may lead to careers
Communication                                      3. Have a minimum overall cumulative
                                                      grade point average of 2.0.
                                                                                                       in law, business, public relations, manage-
                                                                                                       ment, teaching, the ministry, politics, broad-
                                                                                                       casting, personnel work, and public
and Theatre                                        4. Submit to the Mass Communication
                                                      program an official copy of their tran-
                                                      script and a complete application form.
                                                                                                       administration.

Chair and Professor: Loebs                            Application forms are available in the
Professors: Blomquist, Dienstfrey,                    Mass Communication office and this
                                                                                                       Theatre
   Mauch, Trinklein, Turner                           process must be completed by April 1             The theatre curriculum is designed to pro-
Associate Professors: DiSanza, Frazier,               for Fall admission to major status and           vide not only a humanistic awareness of
   J. House, Jull, Legge                              November 1 for Spring admission.                 our history and civilization through a study
Assistant Professors: Gribas, Macon                                                                    of dramatic literature and theatre history,
             70
             but also to allow the student to pursue               M C 440          Media Law and Ethics          3 cr
             courses of study which develop skills and             M C 452          Mass Communication                   Emphasis in
                                                                                    and Society                   3 cr
             techniques applicable to the production of
             plays and other theatrical media. A bal-              Plus one of the following courses:
                                                                                                                         Photography
             ance between theoretical and practical                                                                      M C 119          Introduction to Mass Media    3 cr
                                                                   M C 215          Graphic Design                3 cr
                                                                                                                         M C 121          Reporting and Newswriting     4 cr
             courses is offered in several degree pro-             M C 305          Photo Communication           3 cr
                                                                                                                         M C 210          History and Appreciation
                                                                   M C 327          Magazine Article Writing      3 cr
             grams. A theatre program can lead to ca-              M C 445          Editorial Writing             3 cr
                                                                                                                                          of Photography                3 cr
             reers in such varying areas as theatre,                                                                     M C 215          Graphic Design                3 cr
                                                                   M C 497          Media Internships             6 cr
                                                                                                                         M C 230          Introduction to Photography   4 cr
College of




             television, film, education, journalism,
Sciences
 Arts and




                                                                   IN ADDITION:                                          M C 397          Photoshop Workshop            2 cr
             public relations, personnel work, sales,                                                                    M C 410          Advanced Photography          4 cr
             insurance, government, and law.                       Components, listed below                   15 cr      M C 452          Mass Communication
                                                                                                 TOTAL: 44 or 45 cr                       and Society                   3 cr
             The Bachelor of Arts is offered in mass
             communication. The Bachelor of Arts,                  Emphasis in Media                                     Plus two of the following courses:
             Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts                                                                      M C 305          Photo Communication         3 cr
             degrees are offered in speech and in the-             Studies                                               M C 405
                                                                                                                         M C 465
                                                                                                                                          Color Printing              4 cr
                                                                                                                                          Alternative Photo Processes 4 cr
             atre, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is           ENGL 307         Professional Writing          3 cr
             offered in theatre.                                                    OR                                   IN ADDITION:
                                                                   ENGL 308         Business Communications       3 cr   Components, listed below                  15 cr
                                                                   M C 119          Introduction to Mass Media    3 cr                                TOTAL: 48 or 49 cr
                                                                   M C 121          Reporting and Newswriting     4 cr
             Bachelor of Arts                                      M C 210          History and Appreciation of
                                                                                    Photography                   3 cr   Emphasis in
                                                                   M C 215          Graphic Design                3 cr
             in Mass                                               M C 290          American Broadcasting
                                                                                    OR
                                                                                                                  3 cr   Television
                                                                   M C 300          Television Production         3 cr   M C 119          Introduction to Mass Media    3 cr
             Communication                                         M C 321
                                                                   M C 350
                                                                                    Reporting of Public Affairs
                                                                                    New Media
                                                                                                                  3 cr
                                                                                                                  3 cr
                                                                                                                         M C 121
                                                                                                                         M C 230
                                                                                                                                          Reporting and Newswriting
                                                                                                                                          Introduction to Photography
                                                                                                                                                                        4 cr
                                                                                                                                                                        4 cr
                                                                   M C 415          Advanced Graphic Design       3 cr   M C 290          American Broadcasting         3 cr
             Select one of the following                           M C 440          Media Law and Ethics          3 cr   M C 300          Television Production         3 cr
                                                                   M C 452          Mass Communication                   M C 435          Television News               3 cr
             emphases:                                                              and Society                   3 cr   M C 450          Television Workshop           2 cr
                                                                   SPCH 201         Business and Professional            M C 452          Mass Communication
             Emphasis in                                           IN ADDITION
                                                                                    Speaking
                                                                                    Mass Communication
                                                                                                                  3 cr
                                                                                                                         M C 460
                                                                                                                                          and Society
                                                                                                                                          Corporate Video Production
                                                                                                                                                                        3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                        3 cr
                                                                                    electives                     3 cr
             Advertising/Public                                                                                          Plus two of the following courses:

             Relations                                             Select one course                                     M C 321
                                                                                                                         M C 350
                                                                                                                                          Reporting of Public Affairs 3 cr
                                                                                                                                          New Media                   3 cr
             M C 119          Introduction to Mass Media    3 cr   from each of the two                                  M C 360          Film-Style Production       3 cr
             M C 121          Reporting and Newswriting     4 cr                                                         IN ADDITION:
             M C 200          Introduction to Advertising
                              Media                         3 cr
                                                                   following blocks:                                     Components, listed below                  15 cr
             M C 215          Graphic Design                3 cr                                                                                            TOTAL: 49 cr
             M C 230          Introduction to Photography   4 cr   Block 1
             M C 341
             M C 355
                              Public Relations Methods
                              Creating Effective
                                                            3 cr
                                                                   MKTG 325         Basic Marketing
                                                                                                                         Components
                              Advertising                   3 cr                    Management                    3 cr
                                                                   MKTG g428        Marketing Communications      3 cr
                                                                                                                         Students must take 15 credits from ONE
             M C 415          Advanced Graphic Design       3 cr
             M C 452          Mass Communication                   SPCH 208         Group Communication           3 cr   of the following five component areas
                              and Society                   3 cr   SPCH 355         Nonverbal Communication       2 cr   subject to the following conditions:
             M C 455          Advertising Sales             3 cr   SPCH g441        Interpersonal
             M C 480          Public Relations Programs     3 cr                    Communication                 3 cr   At least nine of the 15 credits must be
                                                                   SPCH g452        Conflict Management           3 cr   upper division.
             Plus one of the following courses:                    SPCH g453        Organizational
                                                                                    Communication                 3 cr   None of the courses included in the
             M C 300          Television Production       3 cr
             M C 305          Photo Communication         3 cr                                                           component may also be used to satisfy any
             M C 312          Persuasive Video Production 2 cr     Block 2
                                                                                                                         of the General Education Requirements.
                                                                   SPCH g436        Rhetorical Criticism       3 cr
             IN ADDITION:                                          SPCH g437        Rhetorical Theory          3 cr      The Director of the Mass Communication
             Components, listed below                  15 cr       SPCH g442        American Rhetoric and                Program must approve the courses selected
                                          TOTAL: 52 or 53 cr                        Public Address             3 cr
                                                                   SPCH g447        Rhetoric of Hitler and               to satisfy the component.
             Emphasis in                                           SPCH g451
                                                                                    Churchill
                                                                                    Recent Rhetorical Issues
                                                                                                               3 cr
                                                                                                               3 cr      A minor or a second major may be substi-
                                                                                                 TOTAL: 45 or 46 cr      tuted for the entire component require-
             Journalism                                                                                                  ment if approved by the Director of the
             M C 119          Introduction to Mass Media    3 cr
                                                                   Recommended                                           Mass Communication Program.
             M C 121          Reporting and Newswriting     4 cr   MGT g312         Individual and Organizational
             M C 230          Introduction to Photography   4 cr                    Behavior                     3 cr
             M C 270          Journalism History            3 cr
             M C 321          Reporting of Public Affairs   3 cr
             M C 325          Editing for Print Media       4 cr
                                                                                                                                               71
Component 1—Business and                        Plus 15 credits from the following:                 THEA g313       Theatre Background I       3 cr
                                                                                                    THEA g314       Theatre Background II      3 cr
Economics                                       SPCH 305        Argumentation and Debate 3 cr       THEA 355        Stage Direction            3 cr
                                                SPCH 308        Persuasion                3 cr
Business                                        SPCH 313-314    Speech Communication
                                                                                                    THEA g419       Modern European Theatre    3 cr
Economics                                                                                           THEA g420       American Theatre           3 cr
                                                                Internship              1-3 cr      THEA g456       Advanced Stage Direction   3 cr
                                                SPCH 111-112,                                       IN ADDITION:    Upper-division theatre     3 cr
                                                311-312         Speech Practicum         1-3 cr
Component 2—World Affairs                       SPCH g440       Gender and Communication 3 cr       Plus 4 credits from the following:
History                                         SPCH g442       American Rhetoric and
                                                                Public Address             3 cr     THEA 209        Stage Lighting             2 cr




                                                                                                                                                      College of
Political Science




                                                                                                                                                      Sciences
                                                                                                                                                       Arts and
                                                SPCH g447       Rhetoric of Hitler and              THEA 214        Makeup                     2 cr
                                                                Churchill                  3 cr     THEA 221        Stage Costume Construction 2 cr
Component 3—Social Sciences                     SPCH g451       Recent Rhetorical Issues   3 cr                                     TOTAL: 42 cr

American Studies
Anthropology
                                                Select two courses from one of the
                                                following two blocks:
                                                                                                    Related Areas
Psychology
Sociology                                       Block 1                                             Required Courses:
Speech Communication                            MGT g312        Individual and Organizational
                                                                                                    ENGL g476       Shakespeare                3 cr
                                                                                                    P E 107         Fencing                    1 cr
                                                                Behavior                     3 cr
                                                                                                    SPCH 117        Oral Interpretation:
Component 4–Arts and Humanities                 MGT g441        Organization Behavior        3 cr
                                                                                                                    Textual Analysis           3 cr
                                                MGT g457        Organization Development 3 cr
Art                                                                                                 SPCH 132        Voice and Diction          2 cr

English                                         Block 2                                             Plus 2 credits from the following
Music                                           PSYC 341        Social Psychology          3 cr     dance courses:
Philosophy                                      PSYC g443       Advanced Social Psychology 3 cr     P E 140         Dance-Jazz                1 cr
Speech Communication                            SOC g364        Industry and Society       3 cr     P E 142         Dance-Ballet              1 cr
                                                                                   TOTAL: 42 cr     P E 145         Modern Dance              1 cr
Theatre
                                                                                                    P E 146         Intermediate Modern Dance 1 cr

Component 5–Natural Sciences
                                                Emphasis in Speech                                                                   TOTAL: 11 cr


Biological Sciences                             Communication
Chemistry                                       SPCH 111-112-
                                                                                                    Minors—
Geology                                         311-312         Speech Practicum             2 cr
Mathematics
Physics
                                                SPCH 208
                                                SPCH 305
                                                                Group Communication
                                                                Argumentation and Debate
                                                                                             3 cr
                                                                                             3 cr
                                                                                                    Communication
                                                SPCH 308        Persuasion                   3 cr
Geography 115                                   SPCH 355
                                                SPCH g408
                                                                Nonverbal Communication
                                                                Communication Theory
                                                                                             3 cr
                                                                                             3 cr   Minor in Mass
                                                SPCH g436       Rhetorical Criticism         3 cr
                                                SPCH g437       Rhetorical Theory            3 cr   Communication
Bachelor of Arts                                SPCH g441       Interpersonal
                                                                Communication                3 cr   A minor in mass communication requires
or Bachelor of                                  Plus 6 credits from the following:
                                                                                                    18 credits including M C 119, M C 452,
                                                                                                    one additional 100-200 level class, one
                                                SPCH g442       American Rhetoric and
                                                                                                    additional 300 level class, and one addi-
Science in                                      SPCH g447
                                                                Public Address
                                                                Rhetoric of Hitler and
                                                                                             3 cr
                                                                                                    tional 400 level class, plus additional cred-
                                                                Churchill                    3 cr   its to total 18 from anywhere in the mass
Speech                                          SPCH g451       Recent Rhetorical Issues     3 cr   communication curriculum except M C
                                                Plus 9 credits from the following:                  497, Media Internship, which is offered to
Communication                                   SPCH 201        Business and Professional
                                                                                                    majors only. Students must have declared
                                                                                                    a major before naming mass communica-
                                                                Speaking                  3 cr
                                                SPCH g440       Gender and Communication 3 cr       tion as a minor and are responsible for
Select one of the following                     SPCH g452       Conflict Management       3 cr      meeting all prerequisites for mass com-
emphasis:                                       SPCH g453       Organizational
                                                                Communication             3 cr      munication courses they take. Students
                                                                                  TOTAL: 41 cr      are encouraged to seek advisement from
Emphasis in                                                                                         mass communication faculty.
Organizational                                  Bachelor of Arts
Communication                                                                                       Minor in
SPCH 208       Group Communication       3 cr
                                                or Bachelor of                                      Organizational
SPCH 355
SPCH g408
SPCH g436
               Nonverbal Communication
               Communication Theory
               Rhetorical Criticism
                                         3 cr
                                         3 cr
                                         3 cr
                                                Science in Theatre                                  Communication
SPCH g437      Rhetorical Theory         3 cr   THEA 101        Appreciation of Drama        3 cr   SPCH 208        Group Communication        3 cr
SPCH g441      Interpersonal                    THEA 104        Theatre Graphics             2 cr   SPCH g436       Rhetorical Criticism       3 cr
               Communication             3 cr   THEA 111-112    Stagecraft                   6 cr   SPCH g437       Rhetorical Theory          3 cr
SPCH g452      Conflict Management       3 cr   THEA 251        Beginning Acting             3 cr   SPCH g441       Interpersonal
SPCH g453      Organizational                   THEA 252        Intermediate Acting          6 cr                   Communication              3 cr
               Communication             3 cr   THEA 304        Theatre Management           2 cr   SPCH g453       Organizational
                                                                                                                    Communication              3 cr
             72
             Plus 6 credits from the following:                 THEA 214       Makeup                    2 cr
             SPCH 305        Argumentation and Debate 3 cr
                                                                THEA 251
                                                                THEA 252
                                                                               Beginning Acting
                                                                               Intermediate Acting
                                                                                                         3 cr
                                                                                                         3 cr
                                                                                                                   Bachelor of Fine
             SPCH 308        Persuasion                3 cr     THEA g351      Problems in Acting        3 cr
             SPCH 313-314    Speech Communication
                             Internship              1-2 cr
                                                                THEA 355
                                                                THEA g424
                                                                               Stage Direction
                                                                               Advanced Acting Styles
                                                                                                         3 cr
                                                                                                         3 cr
                                                                                                                   Arts in Theatre
             SPCH 111-112,                                      THEA g456      Advanced Stage Directing 3 cr
             311-312         Speech Practicum       1-3 cr
             SPCH 355        Nonverbal Communication 3 cr
                                                                                                 TOTAL: 30 cr      General Requirements
             SPCH g408       Communication Theory     3 cr
             SPCH g452       Conflict Management      3 cr      Minor in Costume                                   English Composition
                                                                                                                   Related Areas
                                                                                                                                                                   3-6 cr
                                                                                                                                                                    34 cr
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




                                              TOTAL: 21 cr                                                         (Courses in one or more of the following: art,
                                                                THEA 101       Appreciation of Drama      3 cr
                                                                                                                   architecture, music, literature, dance, speech)
                                                                THEA 104       Theatre Graphics           2 cr
             Minor in Speech                                    THEA 209       Stage Lighting             2 cr
                                                                                                                   Electives
                                                                                                                   Major
                                                                                                                                                                    24 cr
                                                                                                                                                                    64 cr
                                                                THEA 214       Makeup                     2 cr
             Communication                                      THEA 221
                                                                THEA 323
                                                                               Stage Costume Construction 2 cr
                                                                               Stage Costume History and
                                                                                                                                                          TOTAL: 128 cr

             SPCH 208        Group Communication         3 cr                  Design                     3 cr     Major Requirements
             SPCH 305        Argumentation and Debate    3 cr
             SPCH g436       Rhetorical Criticism        3 cr
                                                                THEA 328       Stage Costume
                                                                               History and Design         3 cr
                                                                                                                   (common to all options)
             SPCH g437       Rhetorical Theory           3 cr   THEA 421       Basic Pattern Drafting for          THEA 101           Appreciation of Drama     3 cr
             SPCH g441       Interpersonal                                     Stage Costuming            3 cr     THEA 104           Theatre Graphics          2 cr
                             Communication               3 cr   THEA 191-392   Theatre Production         3 cr     THEA 111           Stagecraft                3 cr
                                                                                                  TOTAL: 23 cr     THEA 209           Stage Lighting            2 cr
             Plus 6 credits from the following:                                                                    THEA 214           Makeup                    2 cr
             SPCH g408
             SPCH g442
                             Communication Theory
                             American Rhetoric and
                                                        3 cr    Minor in Technical                                 THEA 251
                                                                                                                   THEA 304
                                                                                                                                      Beginning Acting
                                                                                                                                      Theatre Management
                                                                                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                2 cr
                                                                                                                   THEA g313          Theatre Background I      3 cr
             SPCH g447
                             Public Address
                             Rhetoric of Hitler
                                                        3 cr
                                                                Theatre                                            THEA g314          Theatre Background II     3 cr
                             and Churchill              3 cr                                                       THEA 323           Stage Costume History and
                                                                THEA 101       Appreciation of Drama        3 cr                      Design                    3 cr
             SPCH g451       Recent Rhetorical Issues   3 cr    THEA 104       Theatre Graphics             2 cr
                                                TOTAL: 21 cr                                                       THEA g328          Stage Costume History and
                                                                THEA 111-112   Stagecraft                   6 cr                      Design                    3 cr
                                                                THEA 209       Stage Lighting               2 cr   THEA 355           Stage Directing           3 cr
                                                                THEA 221       Stage Costume Construction 2 cr
             Minors—                                            THEA 304
                                                                THEA 311
                                                                               Theatre Management           2 cr
                                                                               Introduction to Scene Design 3 cr
                                                                                                                   THEA g419
                                                                                                                   THEA g420
                                                                                                                   THEA g470
                                                                                                                                      Modern European Theatre 3 cr
                                                                                                                                      American Theatre
                                                                                                                                      Contemporary Theatre
                                                                                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                THEA 426       Scene Design                 3 cr
             Theatre                                            THEA 191-392   Theatre Production           3 cr
                                                                                                  TOTAL: 26 cr
                                                                                                                   THEA g490
                                                                                                                   THEA 191-392
                                                                                                                                      Practicum Theatre Arts
                                                                                                                                      Theatre Production
                                                                                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                2 cr
                                                                                                                                                        TOTAL: 46 cr

             General Minor in                                   Minor in Technical                                 Acting-Directing
             Theatre (Unspecified)                              Theatre and Costume                                Option
             THEA 101        Appreciation of Drama     3 cr     THEA 101       Appreciation of Drama        3 cr
                                                                THEA 104       Theatre Graphics             2 cr
             IN ADDITION:    THEA electives           20 cr
                                               TOTAL: 23 cr     THEA 111-112   Stagecraft                   6 cr
                                                                                                                   Major Requirements
                  Program must be approved by the               THEA 209       Stage Lighting               3 cr   THEA 252           Intermediate Acting       3 cr
                  department.                                   THEA 214       Makeup                       2 cr   THEA g351          Problems in Acting        6 cr
                                                                THEA 221       Stage Costume Construction 2 cr     THEA 352           BFA Studio                3 cr
                                                                THEA 304       Theatre Management           3 cr   THEA g424          Advanced Acting Styles    3 cr
             Minor in Acting                                    THEA 311
                                                                THEA g323
                                                                               Introduction to Scene Design 3 cr
                                                                               Stage Costume History and
                                                                                                                   THEA g456          Advanced Stage Directing 3 cr
                                                                                                                                                        TOTAL: 18 cr
                                                                               Design                       3 cr
             SPCH 117        Oral Interpretation:
                             Textual Analysis            3 cr
                                                                THEA g328
                                                                               OR
                                                                               Stage Costume History and
                                                                                                                   Related Areas
             SPCH 132        Voice and Diction           2 cr
             THEA 101        Appreciation of Drama       3 cr
                                                                               Design                       3 cr   (Required Courses)
                                                                THEA 191-392   Theatre Production           3 cr
             THEA 214        Makeup                      2 cr                                                      ART 101            History of Western Art I    3 cr
                                                                                                  TOTAL: 30 cr
             THEA 251        Beginning Acting            3 cr                                                      ART 102            History of Western Art II   3 cr
             THEA 252        Intermediate Acting         3 cr                                                      COMM 101           Principles of Speech        2 cr
             THEA 351
             THEA g424
                             Problems in Acting
                             Advanced Acting Styles
                                                         3 cr
                                                         3 cr
                                                                Minor in Theatre                                   ENGL g476          Shakespeare                 3 cr
                                                                                                                   MUSC 100           Introduction to Music       3 cr
             THEA 191-392    Theatre Production          3 cr
                                                 TOTAL: 25 cr
                                                                History and                                        MUSC 127
                                                                                                                   P E 107
                                                                                                                                      Class Voice
                                                                                                                                      Fencing
                                                                                                                                                                  2 cr
                                                                                                                                                                  1 cr

             Minor in Acting and                                Dramatic Literature                                P E 145
                                                                                                                   P E 142
                                                                                                                                      Modern Dance
                                                                                                                                      Ballet
                                                                                                                                                                  1 cr
                                                                                                                                                                  1 cr
                                                                ENGL g476      Shakespeare               3 cr      SPCH 117           Oral Interpretation:

             Directing                                          THEA 101
                                                                THEA 205
                                                                               Appreciation of Drama
                                                                               Art of the Film I
                                                                                                         3 cr
                                                                                                         3 cr      SPCH 132
                                                                                                                                      Textual Analysis
                                                                                                                                      Voice and Diction
                                                                                                                                                                  3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                  2 cr
                                                                THEA g313      Theatre Background I      3 cr      IN ADDITION:       Electives                  10 cr
             SPCH 132        Voice and Diction           2 cr
                                                                THEA g314      Theatre Background II     3 cr                                             TOTAL: 34 cr
             THEA 101        Appreciation of Drama       3 cr
             THEA 111        Stagecraft                  3 cr   THEA g419      Modern European Theatre 3 cr
                             OR                                 THEA g420      American Theatre          3 cr
             THEA 112        Stagecraft                  3 cr   THEA g470      Contemporary Theatre      3 cr
             THEA 209        Stage Lighting              2 cr                                    TOTAL: 24 cr
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                                                         MGT g312         Individual and Organizational       M C 230 Introduction to Photography 4
Electives                                                                 Behavior                     3 cr   credits. Function and use of camera and dark-
(Recommended Courses)                                    PSYC 101         Intro to General                    room. Fundamentals of composition and use of
                                                                          Psychology I                 3 cr
BIOL 100          Concepts Biology: Human                PSYC 102         Intro to General
                                                                                                              light. Students must have own camera, film,
                  Concerns                   4 cr                         Psychology II                3 cr   paper and some chemicals. Laboratory required.
HIST 101          Foundation of                          SOC 101          Introduction to Sociology    3 cr   Cross-listed as ART 230. F, S
                  Western Civilization       3 cr                           TOTAL: Select 24 of 46 credits
HIST 102          Development of
                                                                                                              M C 270 Journalism History 3 credits. The
                  Western Civilization       3 cr                                                             development of mass media from Gutenberg to
PSYC 101          Intro to General                       Costume Option                                       the present with emphasis on American print




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                  Psychology I               3 cr                                                             journalism. R2
PSYC 102          Intro to General
                  Psychology II              3 cr        Major Requirements                                   M C 290 American Broadcasting 3 credits.
SOC 101           Introduction to Sociology  3 cr                                                             Introduction to the history, structure, econom-
                                                         THEA 221         Stage Costume Construction 2 cr     ics, programming and regulation of broadcast-
IN ADDITION:      Electives                  5 cr        THEA 414         Advanced Makeup             2 cr
                                     TOTAL: 24 cr        THEA g421        Basic Pattern Drafting for
                                                                                                              ing in the United States. Cross-listed as AMST
                                                                          Stage Costuming             3 cr    290. PREREQ: M C 119. R2
Technical Option                                         THEA g422        Period Pattern Drafting for
                                                                          Stage Costuming             3 cr
                                                                                                              M C 300 Television Production 3 credits.
                                                                                                              Emphasis on studio and remote television
                                                         IN ADDITION:     Electives                   8 cr
                                                                                                              production, with exercises in basic camera
Major Requirements                                                                           TOTAL: 18 cr
                                                                                                              operation, electronic editing, studio directing
THEA 112          Stagecraft                   3 cr      Related Areas                                        and field reporting. F
THEA 311          Introduction to Scene Design 3 cr
                                                                                                              M C 305 Photo Communication 3 credits.
THEA g412         Scenic Painting              3 cr
THEA g426         Scene Design                 3 cr      Same as Technical Option above                       Laboratory required. Application of still pho-
                  Theatre Electives            6 cr                                                           tographic methods to newspaper, magazine
                                                                                TOTAL: Select 34 of 45 cr
                                     TOTAL: 18 cr                                                             and advertising/public relations needs. Intro-
                                                                                                              duction to computer manipulation of images.
Related Areas                                            Electives                                            PREREQ: M C 230 OR PERMISSION OF
                                                                                                              INSTRUCTOR. F
(Required Courses)                                       Same as Technical Option above
                                                                                                              M C 312 Persuasive Video Production 2
ENGL g476         Shakespeare                3 cr                               TOTAL: Select 24 of 46 cr
                                                                                                              credits. Production of short videos, such as
                                      TOTAL: 3 cr
                                                                                                              commercials, public service announcements,
Related Areas                                            Mass                                                 instructional and institutional videos and com-
                                                                                                              mercials. Basic audio and video production
(Recommended Courses)                                    Communication                                        theory and practice. PREREQ: FOR DE-
                                                                                                              CLARED AD/PR STUDENTS ONLY.
Select 31 credits from:
ARCH 263            History of American                  Courses                                              M C 321 Reporting of Public Affairs 3 cred-
                    Architecture                3 cr                                                          its. Reporting news of local government, in-
ART 100             Survey of Art               3 cr
                                                         M C 119 Introduction to Mass Media 3
                                                         credits. Historical and contemporary roles of        cluding police department, city council, school
ART 101             History of Western Art I    3 cr
ART 102             History of Western Art II   3 cr     newspapers, magazines, photography, film,            board, courts and other agencies. PREREQ: M
ART 103             Creative Process            3 cr     radio and television in society. Media econom-       C 121 OR MEDIA EXPERIENCE. D
ART 104             Creative Process            3 cr     ics and government regulation. Sociological          M C 325 Editing for Print Media 4 credits.
ART 105             Drawing I                   3 cr     and psychological effects of the mass media on       Editing, typography, layout and desktop pub-
ART 106             Drawing II                  3 cr     the individual. F
ART 230             Introduction to
                                                                                                              lishing of newspapers, advertising fliers, pam-
                    Photography                 4 cr     M C 121 Reporting and Newswriting 4 cred-            phlets. Emphasis on laboratory projects. F
ART 301             Anatomy Drawing and                  its. Fundamentals of reporting and newswriting.      M C 327 Magazine Article Writing 3 credits.
                    Painting                    3 cr     Elements of news, news sources, structure of         Writing nonfiction magazine articles to the
COMM 101            Principles of Speech        2 cr     news stories. Emphasis on reporting local news.      requirements of publications chosen by the
ENGL 126            Art of Film I               3 cr
                                                         PREREQ: ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS                     student. D
ENGL 305            Art of Film II              3 cr
MUSC 100            Introduction to Music       3 cr     FOR ENGL 101. F, S
                                                                                                              M C 341 Public Relations Methods 3 credits.
MUSC 106            American Music              3 cr     M C 200 Introduction to Advertising Media            Development of news releases for print and
                      TOTAL: select 31 of 45 credits     3 credits. In-depth study of newspapers, ra-         electronic media, speeches and other tools of
                                                         dio, TV, magazines, billboards, direct               the practitioner. Techniques of persuasion.
Electives                                                mail as advertising vehicles and their               PREREQ: M C 121 OR PERMISSION OF
(Recommended Courses)                                    audiences. F                                         INSTRUCTOR. F
Select 24 credits from:                                  M C 210 History and Appreciation of Pho-             M C 350 New Media 3 credits. Development
ACCT 201            Principles of Accounting I    3 cr   tography 3 credits. Discovery of the photo-          and role of cable, home video, satellites and
BIOL 100            Concepts Biology: Human              graphic process and its evolution to present.        other video delivery systems in contemporary
                    Concerns                      4 cr   Analysis of many recognized masters of pho-          society. Emphasis on programming, technol-
CIS 120             Introduction to                      tography. Cross-listed as AMST 210 and ART           ogy, economics, regulation, industry trends
                    Computer Systems              3 cr   210. Satisfies Goal 6 of the General Education
ENGR 105            Engineering Drawing           2 cr
                                                                                                              and future directions. AS
                                                         Requirements. F, S
HEC 228             Textiles                      4 cr                                                        M C 355 Creating Effective Advertising 3
HIST 101            Foundation of                        M C 215 Graphic Design 3 credits. Introduc-          credits. Laboratory-based exercises in creat-
                    Western Civilization          3 cr   tion to concepts and procedures of graphic           ing advertising that support sales and market-
HIST 102            Development of                       design. Lectures, studio and computer exer-          ing strategies. Matching of messages to media.
                    Western Civilization          3 cr
                                                         cises will explore issues in design for graphic      PREREQ: M C 200 AND M C 215 OR PER-
HIST 252            East Asian History            3 cr
HIST g443           English History               3 cr   media, typography, and design for the page.          MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
HIST g444           Victorian England and After   3 cr   Cross-listed as ART 215. F, S
MGT 215             Small Business Management     3 cr
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             M C 360 Film-Style Production 3 credits.               M C g460 Corporate Video Production 3                  SPCH 208 Group Communication 3 credits.
             Non-news film and video production. Fo-                credits. Producing for corporate, educational,         Examines the process of human communication
             cuses on creative aspects of making films              home video, documentary and other nonfiction           among members of organized groups. Topics
             and videos: sound, lighting, composition,              markets. Advanced production techniques. Ma-           studied include the development of leadership,
             editing, special effects, animation, etc.              jor project required. PREREQ: M C 360 AND              norms, roles, and cohesion, problem-solving
             PREREQ: M C 230 OR PERMISSION OF                       PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                            techniques, and conflict management. F
             INSTRUCTOR. D                                          M C 465 Alternative Photo Processes 4 cred-            SPCH 305 Argumentation and Debate 3
             M C 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops                its. Darkroom course teaching three 19th cen-          credits. Study of argument, analysis, evidence,
             aimed at the development and improvement of            tury printing processes. These processes teach         reasoning, fallacies, briefing, and delivery. S
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             skills. Permission of instructor required. Does        the evolution of modern materials and color            SPCH 308 Persuasion 3 credits. Advanced
             not satisfy requirements for a major or a minor.       theory. Cross-listed as ART 465. PREREQ: M             theory and performance course emphasizing
             May be repeated. Graded S/U. D                         C 210 AND M C 230 OR PERMISSION OF                     principles of message composition, persuasive
             M C 405 Color Printing 4 credits. A darkroom           INSTRUCTOR. D                                          campaigns, and methods affecting attitude
             oriented class teaching practical applications of      M C 480 Public Relations Programs 3 cred-              change in public communication. S
             color theory in printing color negatives and slides.   its. Tactics and strategies for planning public        SPCH 313-314 Speech Communication In-
             Weekly shooting and printing assignments re-           relations programs for public and private orga-        ternship 1-6 credits. Department approval
             quired. Cross-listed as ART 405. PREREQ: M C           nizations. PREREQ: M C 341 OR PERMIS-                  required. Directed field experience with an
             230 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                     SION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                  approved agency. Learning contract required.
             M C 410 Advanced Photography 4 credits.                M C 491 Independent Projects 1-3 credits.              BY PERMISSION ONLY. F, S
             Advanced black and white techniques including          Under direct supervision of a department faculty       SPCH 355 Nonverbal Communication 3
             controlled printing techniques and the Zone            member, student conducts individual projects in        credits. Explores the various dimensions of
             System. Intensive criticism of work and                the field of mass communication. May be re-            human interaction which supplement the ver-
             encouragement of individuals’ photographic             peated for a total of six credits. PREREQ: PER-        bal medium. Students study the dimensions of
             growth. Cross-listed as ART 410. PREREQ: M             MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S                            paralinguistics, time, space, form, and action,
             C 230 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                   M C 497 Media Internship 6 credits. Practical          and develop an awareness of their own and
             M C 415 Advanced Graphic Design 3 cred-                experience in the media, supervised by faculty         others’ behavior. F, S
             its. For students familiar with graphic design         and professional journalists. Work equivalent          SPCH 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops
             basics. Lectures and exercises explore con-            to full time for one-half semester. PREREQ:            aimed at the development and improvement of
             cepts and procedures in publication design and         PERMISSION OF DEPARTMENT. Open to                      skills. Permission of instructor required. Does
             production. Computer lab exercises focus on            juniors and seniors with 3.0 GPA in major              not satisfy requirements for a major or a minor.
             desktop publishing. Cross-listed as ART 415.           course work. F, S                                      May be repeated. Graded S/U. F, S
             PREREQ: M C 215. F
                                                                                                                           SPCH g408 Communication Theory 3 cred-
             M C 418 Art of the Book 3 credits. Expands the
             traditional idea of book form with innovative
                                                                    Speech                                                 its. Examines models of social science and how
                                                                                                                           these contribute to the development of commu-
             structures and concepts. Textual and nontextual
             formats and methods for generating ideas for
                                                                    Communication                                          nication theory. Examines a variety of commu-
                                                                                                                           nication theories in interpersonal, small group,
             works are addressed. Traditional techniques for
             bookbinding will also be included. D
                                                                    Courses                                                organizational contexts. Focus on history of
                                                                                                                           theory development in communication. S
                                                                    SPCH 101 Principles of Speech 2 credits. Basic
             M C 435 Television News 3 credits. Writ-                                                                      SPCH g436 Rhetorical Criticism 3 credits.
                                                                    course in oral communication that emphasizes the
             ing, reporting and producing the television                                                                   Study and application of various theories and
                                                                    theory and practice of informative speaking, logi-
             newscast. Emphasis on proper technique as                                                                     methods of rhetorical criticism including Aris-
                                                                    cal argumentation, persuasion, small group dis-
             well as ethical and social issues. PREREQ:                                                                    totelian and Burkeian principles. S
                                                                    cussion, and interpersonal communication.
             M C 121, M C 300. D
                                                                    Designed to explain the humanistic nature of hu-       SPCH g437 Rhetorical Theory 3 credits.
             M C 440 Media Law and Ethics 3 credits.                man communication and to improve a student’s           Principal rhetorical theories from the Greeks
             Principles of the law of libel, privacy, copy-         ability to express ideas orally. Satisfies Goal 2 of   through the 18th century and contemporary
             right, obscenity, press freedom, responsibility        the General Education Requirements. F, S               American theorists. Writings of Socrates, Plato,
             and ethics as they apply to the news media. R2                                                                Aristotle, Cicero, Quintilian, Campbell, Blair,
                                                                    SPCH 111-112, 311-312 Speech Practicum
             M C 445 Editorial Writing 3 credits. Writ-             1-2 credits. Students prepare for national com-        Whately, and Burke are stressed. F
             ing and producing the editorial page includ-           petition in debate and individual speaking             SPCH g440 Gender and Communication 3
             ing fundamentals of column and opinion                 events. In the spring students speak on timely         credits. Course examines communication are-
             piece writing, syndication, letters to the             topics to community organizations in the sym-          nas from a perspective that focuses on gender
             editor, cartoons. D                                    posium program. F, S                                   and includes study of similarities and differ-
             M C 450 Television Workshop 2 credits.                 SPCH 117 Oral Interpretation: Textual                  ences in female/male patterns. Topics include
             Practical experience producing television pro-         Analysis 3 credits. Analysis and interpretation        nonverbal, organizational, language, family
             grams for local airing. May be repeated for a          of literature through performance. Prose, poetry       and friendship. D
             total of six credits. PREREQ: M C 300. S               and/or dramatic literature will be investigated. S     SPCH g441 Interpersonal Communication
             M C g452 Mass Communication and Society                SPCH 132 Voice and Diction 2 credits. Study            3 credits. Largely theoretical course, drawing
             3 credits. Interface between mass media and            of pitch, rate, volume, and intensity in project-      from research in social sciences as well as
             audiences. Public’s right to know, press free-         ing speech. Phonetic symbols are used as the           speech. Focuses on communication variables
             dom, censorship, political and other leanings          basis of acquiring skill in the use of standard        associated with interpersonal communication
             in the media, media effectiveness, and ethics.         American speech. Projects are designed to fit          including awareness of self/others, nature/func-
             PREREQ: JUNIOR STANDING OR PERMIS-                     the needs of the individual. S                         tions of language, nonverbal behavior, norms,
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                                                                         and roles. F
                                                                    SPCH 201 Business and Professional Speak-
             M C 455 Advertising Sales 3 credits. Tactics,          ing 3 credits. Advanced speech course em-              SPCH g442 American Rhetoric and Public
             strategies and techniques of selling advertis-         phasizes practical speaking needs of business          Address 3 credits. Has a dual purpose: to study
             ing. PREREQ: M C 355 OR PERMISSION OF                  and professional people. PREREQ: COMM                  the impact of rhetoric (oral and written persua-
             INSTRUCTOR. F, S                                       101. F, S                                              sion) on major events in American history; to
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examine great speakers and rhetorical docu-           THEA 204 Fundamentals of Puppetry 2 cred-            THEA g351 Problems in Acting 3 credits.
ments in their historical context. S                  its. Study of the history and practice of the art    Focuses on special acting problems such as
SPCH g447 Rhetoric of Hitler and Churchill            of puppetry. Construction and staging of pup-        characterization, movement, voice, panto-
3 credits. Rhetorical theory and practice of          pet and marionette productions will constitute       mime, film and television acting. Content
these influential leaders and the impact of their     part of the course requirements. R1                  varies from year to year. May be repeated
persuasion. Topics include Hitler’s oratory,          THEA 209 Stage Lighting 2 credits. Theory            once with the consent of the instructor.
Nazi propaganda, and Churchill’s World War            and practice of lighting applied to various types    PREREQ: THEA 251, THEA 252. R2
II speeches. F                                        of stage production. Includes operation of switch-   THEA 352 BFA Studio 3 credits. Intensive
                                                      board and participation on light crews. R2           process and skills training in a controlled




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SPCH g451 Recent Rhetorical Issues 3 cred-




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its. Study of the rhetoric of contemporary is-        THEA 214 Makeup 2 credits. Laboratory                studio environment. Lecture/survey in pro-
sues such as the Vietnam War, the Black               sessions on the technique of makeup.                 fessional preparation and marketability for
revolution, and other current political and so-       Includes participation on crews of university        the prospective actor. Limited to BFA Acting/
cial topics, including the rhetoric of ongoing        productions. R2                                      Directing students. PREREQ: THEA 251,
election campaigns. F                                                                                      THEA 252, THEA 351 AND PERMISSION
                                                      THEA 221 Stage Costume Construction 2                OF INSTRUCTOR. D
SPCH g452 Conflict Management 3 credits.              credits. Methods of assembling stage costumes.
Examines the dynamics of everyday conflicts           Use of various fabrics and materials will be         THEA 355 Stage Direction 3 credits. Consid-
across a variety of settings, from personal to        emphasized. R2                                       eration of aesthetics of dramatic production
organizational. Principles of conflict, similar                                                            and the relationship of basic techniques of
                                                      THEA 251 Beginning Acting 3 credits.                 stage direction. Includes the direction of scenes
across all communicative contexts, are empha-         Exercises in awareness, concentration, re-
sized. Theory and its application are given                                                                and one-act plays. PREREQ: THEA 101, THEA
                                                      laxation, imagination, and character inter-          111, THEA 251, THEA 252, OR PERMIS-
equal importance. S                                   relationships. Includes improvisation and            SION OF INSTRUCTOR. AF
SPCH g453 Organizational Communication                some scene work. F, S
3 credits. Examines functions, forms and pat-                                                              THEA 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops
                                                      THEA 252 Intermediate Acting 3 credits.              aimed at the development and improvement of
terns of communication in organizations as well       Creating a character. Emphasis on movement,
as effects of organizational structures and dy-                                                            skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a major
                                                      gesture, scene analysis, and performance.            or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. F, S
namics on communication. Methods of evaluat-          PREREQ: THEA 251, OR PERMISSION OF
ing communication policies and practices as an        INSTRUCTOR. S                                        THEA g412 Scenic Painting 3 credits. A
aid to organizational management are studied. F                                                            study of painting techniques as used in theatri-
                                                      THEA 304 Theatre Management 2 credits.               cal scenery; theory, practice, and equipment
SPCH g491 Independent Research Projects               Consideration of administrative aspects of play
1-2 credits. Under the supervision of professors                                                           will be investigated as they apply to the art of
                                                      production with emphasis on stage manage-            stage painting. R2
in the various areas of communication, students       ment, theatre management, publicity, and ad-
will prepare reports and carry out projects de-       vertising. R2                                        THEA 414 Advanced Makeup 2 credits.
signed to promote professional growth. F, S                                                                Concentrated study of characterization, care,
                                                      THEA 305 Art of Film II 3 credits.                   setting, styling and application of various
                                                      In-depth investigation of cinematic art with         types of wigs. Design and construction of
Theatre Courses                                       focus on one or more of the following: genre,        polyfoam prosthesis. PREREQ: THEA 214,
                                                      historical development, aesthetics, criticism,       OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R2
THEA 101 Appreciation of Drama 3 credits.             social impact, and artists. Screening of repre-
An audience-oriented course in the creative           sentative films. Cross-listed as ENGL 305.           THEA g419 Modern European Theatre 3
processes and aesthetic principles which guide        PREREQ: THEA/ENGL 126, OR PERMIS-                    credits. Continental and British theatre and
artists of the live theatre, film and television in   SION OF INSTRUCTOR. R1                               drama from 1850 to mid-twentieth century.
the shaping and reflection of human value.                                                                 PREREQ: THEA 101, OR PERMISSION OF
Satisfies Goal 6 of the General Education             THEA 311 Introduction to Scene Design 3              INSTRUCTOR. R2
Requirements. F, S                                    credits. Basic scene design emphasizing
                                                      concepts of line, color, form, and texture;          THEA g420 American Theatre 3 credits.
THEA 104 Theatre Graphics 2 credits. Labo-            drafting techniques, perspective drawing, fore-      American theatre and drama from the beginnings
ratory course in the basic concepts of color          shortening, rendering, and model building            to mid-twentieth century. PREREQ: THEA 101,
design, perspective, rendering, and the appli-        will be introduced. R2                               OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R2
cation of these to the theatre. R2                                                                         THEA g421 Basic Pattern Drafting for
                                                      THEA g313 Theatre Background I 3 cred-
THEA 111-112 Stagecraft 3 credits. Shop               its. Origin of the theatre and drama, from           Stage Costuming 3 credits. Cutting pat-
and crew course in building, painting, and            their origins through the Jacobean period.           terns from measurements. Adjusting vari-
handling scenery and properties. Required for         PREREQ: THEA 101, OR PERMISSION                      ous patterns to designs. Alterations and
majors. Students will form production staff and       OF INSTRUCTOR. AF                                    fittings. PREREQ: THEA 221, OR PER-
crews for university productions. Second se-                                                               MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
mester includes work in scene design. F, S            THEA g314 Theatre Background II 3 cred-
                                                      its. Study of the theatre and drama from the         THEA g422 Period Pattern Drafting for Stage
THEA 126 Art of the Film I 3 credits. Course          Spanish Golden Age through the “well-made            Costuming 3 credits. Use of the basic patterns
examines the creative process, aesthetic prin-        play.” PREREQ: THEA 101, OR PERMIS-                  to reproduce historical costumes from the 12th
ciples and historical background of cinematic         SION OF INSTRUCTOR. AS                               century to 1950. PREREQ: THEA 221, OR
arts. Screening of representative films and ex-                                                            PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
amination of critical works and theories are          THEA g323 Stage Costume History and
                                                      Design 3 credits. Study of clothing history          THEA g424 Advanced Acting Styles 3 cred-
included. Cross-listed as ENGL 126. Satisfies                                                              its. PREREQ: THEA 355, OR PERMISSION
Goal 6 of the General Education Require-              and costume design from ancient times to
                                                      1800. AF                                             OF INSTRUCTOR. AF
ments. R1
                                                      THEA g328 Stage Costume History and                  THEA g426 Scene Design 3 credits. Consider-
THEA 191-192, 391-392 Theatre Produc-                                                                      ation of elements of design and composition,
tion 1 credit each. Supervised work in theatre        Design 3 credits. Clothing history and cos-
                                                      tume design from 1800 to modern times. AS            light, and shadow and period styles as applied to
production. Enrollment must be approved by a                                                               scenery for plays, musicals, ballet, and opera.
theatre faculty member and does not presume           THEA 331 Materials and Methods for High              Projects are juried. PREREQ: THEA 111, THEA
casting in a given production. May be repeated        School Speech Arts 3 credits. Required for           112, THEA 209, THEA 311, OR PERMISSION
for a maximum of 8 credits as speech and              teaching majors in speech and theatre. D             OF INSTRUCTOR. AF
theatre activity. F, S
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             THEA g456 Advanced Stage Direction 3               analysis, teaching and a host of other em-
             credits. Advanced theories in techniques of        ployment opportunities. An economics
                                                                                                                        Option 2—Applied
             stage direction including consideration of pe-
             riod styles. The student will direct a series of
                                                                background is also excellent preparation for
                                                                graduate study in economics, law, business
                                                                                                                        Economics
             advanced projects including scenes and a full-                                                             ECON 201-202        Principles of Macro- and
             length play. PREREQ: THEA 355, OR PER-             and international relations.
                                                                                                                                            Microeconomics               6 cr
             MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. AS                          The Economics Department offers pro-                    ECON g301           Macroeconomic Theory         3 cr
                                                                                                                        ECON g302           Microeconomic Theory         3 cr
             THEA g470 Contemporary Theatre 3 cred-             grams leading to Bachelor of Arts and                   ECON g474           Current Economic
             its. World drama and theatre during the two        Bachelor of Science degrees. A student                                      Problems                     3 cr
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             most recent decades. PREREQ: THEA 101,             may choose an option in economic theory,                ECON g485           Econometrics                 3 cr
             OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                                                                             MATH 160            Brief Calculus               4 cr
                                                                or applied economics:                                                       OR
             THEA g490 Practicum Theatre Arts 1-3
                                                                                                                        MATH 170            Calculus I                   4 cr
             credits. Recital projects for advanced students                                                            MATH 253            Introduction to Statistics   3 cr
             in various areas of theatre arts. F, S             Economic Theory                                         Plus 12 additional upper-division economics
             THEA g491 Independent Research Projects                                                                    credits* and a minor in an outside field.
             1-2 credits. Under the supervision of the the-     This option provides a broad-based back-
             atre faculty, students will undertake special      ground to the many specialties within the               *All electives shall be selected by the student
             research projects in theatre. F, S                 realm of economics. It provides a comprehen-            with prior approval from a Department of
                                                                sive overview to those who plan to pursue               Economics faculty member.
                                                                graduate study in Economics. It is also appro-
             Department                                         priate as a terminal degree for those who seek
                                                                a diverse background in Economics.                      Economics Minor
             of Economics                                       Applied Economics                                       Required Courses:
                                                                                                                        ECON 201-202       Principle of Macro- and
                                                                This option is designed for students wish-                                 Microeconomics                6 cr
             Acting Chair and Assistant Professor:                                                                      ECON g301          Macroeconomic Theory          3 cr
                Stegner                                         ing to major in business economics, pre-                ECON g302          Microeconomic Theory          3 cr
             Professors: Norman, Tokle                          law, political economy, or any other
             Associate Professor: Benson                        applied area approved by the students                   Plus 9 additional upper-division economics credits.*
                                                                departmental advisor.                                                                         TOTAL: 21 cr
             Assistant Professor: Green
             Professor Emeritus: Fouad, Hofman                                                                          *All electives shall be selected by the student
                                                                                                                        with prior approval from a Department of

             One way or another, economic forces affect         Bachelor of Arts                                        Economics faculty member.

             every individual, and thus an understanding
             of economics helps individuals cope with           or Bachelor of                                          Economics Courses
             and adapt to the rapidly changing global
             marketplace. Most issues discussed at local,
             domestic, and international centers have an
                                                                Science in                                              The following courses satisfy Goal 11 of the
                                                                                                                        General Education Requirements: ECON 100,
                                                                                                                        ECON 201, ECON 202.
             economic component. As our society moves
             into the twenty-first century, issues such as
                                                                Economics                                               ECON 100 Economic Issues 3 credits. Intro-
                                                                                                                        duction to current economic problems as they
             the role and the size of the government, to        The following courses are required in addi-             affect such matters as inflation, unemployment,
             what extent a nation’s borders remain open         tion to the General Education Requirements              discrimination, war, peace, taxes, retirement,
             to the foreign sector, the trade-off between       for the B.A. or B.S. degree. (Recommended               welfare, education, profits, poverty, pollution,
             the quality of the environment and the quan-       electives for economics majors are political            and the quality of life. NO PREREQ. This
             tity of production, and the distribution of a      science, finance, or mathematics depending              course may not be taken if both ECON 201 and
             country’s income between labor and other           upon the student’s specific interests.)                 202 have been taken. Satisfies Goal 11 of the
             resources will continue to dominate the                                                                    General Education Requirements. F, S, Su
             national agenda. Indeed, the technological                                                                 ECON 201-202 Principles of Macroeconom-
             advances of the past century, which could          Option 1—Economic                                       ics-Principles of Microeconomics 3 credits
                                                                                                                        each. Introduction to economic analysis, in-
             have alleviated problems of scarcity and the
             need to make difficult decisions, seem only
                                                                Theory                                                  cluding the structure, processes, and problems
                                                                                                                        of modern economic society. NO PREREQ.
             to have exacerbated the trade-offs nations         ECON 201-202        Principles of Macro- and
                                                                                   Microeconomics                6 cr
                                                                                                                        (ECON 201, macro; ECON 202, micro). Satis-
             face and the competing uses for the world’s        ECON g301           Macroeconomic Theory         3 cr   fies Goal 11 of the General Education Require-
             limited resources.                                 ECON g302           Microeconomic Theory         3 cr   ments. F, S, Su
                                                                ECON g306           History of Economic                 ECON g301 Macroeconomic Theory 3
             While it is true that to be hired with the title                      Doctrines                     3 cr
                                                                                                                        credits. Techniques of measuring aggregate
             of economist generally requires graduate           ECON g384          Methods of Mathematical
                                                                                   Economics                     3 cr   economic activity including theories of gen-
             study, there are ample employment oppor-                                                                   eral equilibrium. PREREQ: ECON 201 AND
                                                                ECON g474           Current Economic Problems 3 cr
             tunities for those who achieve a baccalaure-       ECON g485          Econometrics                  3 cr   ECON 202. F
             ate degree. An economics degree is an              MATH 170           Calculus I                    4 cr   ECON g302 Microeconomic Theory 3
             excellent background for careers in bank-          MATH 253           Introduction to Statistics    3 cr
                                                                Plus 12 additional hours of upper-division courses in
                                                                                                                        credits. Theory of partial equilibrium, includ-
             ing, real estate, litigation analysis, plan-       economics and 6 additional hours in advisor             ing economics of the firm, price theory, com-
             ning, government, bond trading, financial          approved courses.                                       petition, monopoly, and linear processes.
                                                                                                                        PREREQ: ECON 201 AND ECON 202. S
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ECON 303 Economics of Health Care 3                ECON g411 Political Economy 3 credits. A            Associate Professors: J. Attebery,
credits. Study of the economics of the health      critical introduction to the relationship between      Baergen, Engebretsen, Hamlin,
care sector. The class will focus on the alloca-   economic institutions and social analysis. The         Hellwig, King, Montgomery,
tion of resources to health care, financing, and   social implications of different views on eco-
                                                                                                          Schmidt
distribution of health care services. PREREQ:      nomic concepts, such as the division of labor,
ECON 201 AND 202. D                                capital, and value, are investigated from a clas-   Assistant Professors: Jones, Myers,
                                                   sical, neoclassical and an institutional perspec-      Prineas, Umbach, Van Pelt, Westphal
ECON g306 History of Economic Doctrines
                                                   tive. PREREQ: ECON 201 AND ECON 202. D              Adjunct Faculty: K. Andersen-Wyman,
3 credits. Survey of the development of eco-
nomic thought from early times to the present,     ECON g433 Economic Development 3                       Burgess, Catennaci, Fischer,




                                                                                                                                                       College of

                                                                                                                                                       Sciences
                                                                                                                                                        Arts and
including doctrines developed by Aristotle,        credits. Theories and principles of economic           Flanigan, Jennings, Kane, Li,
Aquinas, Smith, Malthus, Ricardo, Marx, Mill,      development, characteristics, and problems of          Norton, Parker, Person, Pfister,
Marshall, Veblen, and Keynes. PREREQ:              underdeveloped and developing countries,               Quayle, Shiffman
ECON 201 AND ECON 202. S                           alternative techniques and policies for the pro-    Academic Outreach Adjunct Faculty: D.
ECON g323 Economic History 3 credits. The          motion of growth and development. PREREQ:              Andersen-Wyman, Burgh, Croft,
origin and development of modern economic          ECON 201 AND ECON 202. D                               Davis, Eckert, Gilbert, Hammon,
institutions and the study of economic forces      ECON g439 State and Local Finance 3                    Hegge, Hillis, Hulet, Hutton, Keezer,
which have contributed to this development.        credits. Study of taxation, borrowing and spend-       Latchaw, Lowther, Maughan,
PREREQ: ECON 201 AND ECON 202. F                   ing by state, city, county and other local gov-
                                                                                                          Morris, Nelson, Packer, Studebaker,
ECON g331 Money and Banking 3 credits.             ernments. Taxing and spending patterns are
                                                   evaluated and compared by states. PREREQ:              Thomas, Wistisen
Principles of money, credit, and government                                                            Arts and Sciences Honors Adjunct
controls of monetary institutions. History and     ECON 201 AND ECON 202. D
                                                                                                          Faculty: Arcano
organization of the money and banking sys-         ECON g472 Comparative Economic Sys-
tems of the United States. PREREQ: ECON            tems 3 credits. Study and comparison of the         Professors Emeriti: Bagley, Jacob, King,
201 AND ECON 202. F                                theories and practices found in various eco-           Kissane, Rice, Smith, Wigginton
ECON g334 International Economics 3 cred-          nomic systems. Includes a study of both the         Associate Professors Emeriti: Huck,
its. Study of the principles and practices of      free market and socialist planning. PREREQ:            Jensen
international trade including the historical and   ECON 201 AND ECON 202. D
economic background of foreign trade tariffs,      ECON g474 Current Economic Problems                 The Department of English and Philosophy
foreign exchange, international finance,           3 credits. Covers the use of reference materi-      offers broad curricula in two humanistic
international balance of payments, and con-        als, research sources, and the preparation of       disciplines. English studies include courses
temporary problems and policies in the field of    written papers and reports on economic topics       that treat the nature of language, courses
foreign trade. PREREQ: ECON 201 AND                selected by the students. PREREQ: ECON
                                                                                                       that explore human experience as repre-
ECON 202. S                                        201 AND 202. S
                                                                                                       sented in imaginative literature, and courses
ECON g338 Public Finance 3 credits. Study          ECON g481 Independent Studies 1-3 cred-             that develop general and specialized writ-
of government revenues, expenditures, and          its. Individuals will be assigned independent
                                                                                                       ing skills. The philosophy curriculum ex-
debt management, including an analysis of the      problems for research under the supervision
effects of these governmental activities on the    of a departmental faculty member. F, S, Su          amines such topics as the nature of reality
American economy. PREREQ: ECON 201                                                                     and being, the ways that knowledge is ac-
                                                   ECON g485 Econometrics 3 credits. The
AND ECON 202. F                                    application of statistical and mathematical         quired, and the bases for ethical choices.
ECON g341 Labor Economics 3 credits.               methods to the analysis of economic data,           These curricula serve two broad purposes:
History of the American labor movement and         with a purpose of giving empirical content to
                                                                                                       1) they contribute to the general educa-
the structure and functioning of the labor mar-    economic theories and verifying them or re-
ket. PREREQ: ECON 201 AND ECON 202. D              futing them. PREREQ: ECON 201-202 AND               tion, the personal enrichment and fulfill-
                                                   MATH 253. F                                         ment, of students in all disciplines, and 2)
ECON g351 Business Cycles 3 credits.
                                                                                                       they lead to degrees with majors or mi-
Introduction to national income analysis           ECON g491-g492 Seminar 1-3 credits.
and an analytical presentation of theories of      F, S, Su                                            nors. Specifically, the department offers
fluctuations in general economic activity.                                                             the B.A., M.A., and D.A. in English, the
Study of the general problems involved                                                                 B.A. in philosophy. (Full descriptions of
in forecasting economic fluctuations.
PREREQ: ECON 201 AND ECON 202. D                   Department                                          the graduate degree programs in English
                                                                                                       may be found in the Graduate Catalog.)
ECON g352 Environmental Economics 3
credits. An introduction to the economic prin-
ciples relevant to pollution control, the use of
                                                   of English and                                      Equipped with an undergraduate degree in
                                                                                                       either English or philosophy, students are
exhaustible natural resources, and conserva-                                                           prepared to enter graduate degree programs,
tion. Federal, state and local policy and legis-
lation concerning the environment is examined.
                                                   Philosophy                                          to pursue training in such professions as
                                                                                                       medicine, law, or religion, or to embark
PREREQ: ECON 201 AND ECON 202. D                                                                       upon a great variety of careers in govern-
ECON g384 Methods of Mathematical Eco-             Chair and Professor: Kijinski                       ment/business/industry that demand broad,
nomics 3 credits. Building basic economic          Director of Philosophy and Professor:               liberal perspectives and strong observa-
models and using calculus and matrix algebra          Wahl                                             tional, fact-finding, analytical, and commu-
in economics. PREREQ: ECON 201, 202 AND            Director of Writing Center and Associate            nication skills. Additionally, English majors
MATH 160 OR 170. S                                    Professor: Mullin                                (with proper certification) are well prepared
ECON 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Work-               Professors: B. Attebery, Cantrill,                  for careers in secondary education.
shops aimed at the development and improve-           Goldbeck, Levenson, Schow, F.
ment of skills. Does not satisfy requirements         Swetnam, S. Swetnam, Tate, D.
for a major or a minor. May be repeated.              Walsh, M. Walsh
Graded S/U. D
             78
                                                                Plus one course from the following:                      Plus three courses from the following:
             Bachelor of Arts                                   ENGL 328           Gender in Literature           3 cr   ENGL 431         Idaho Writing Project        3 cr
                                                                ENGL 341           Bible as Literature            3 cr   M C 325          Editing for Print Media      4 cr
             In English                                         ENGL 353           The West in American
                                                                                   Literature                     3 cr
                                                                                                                         M C 327
                                                                                                                         M C 341
                                                                                                                                          Magazine Article Writing
                                                                                                                                          Public Relations Methods
                                                                                                                                                                       3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                       3 cr
                                                                ENGL 356           Ethnic and Minority                   M C 445          Editorial Writing            3 cr
             Students who wish to major in English                                 Literature                     3 cr   SPCH 201         Business and
             will select either the General Option or           ENGL g456          Comparative Literature         3 cr                    Professional Speaking        3 cr
             the Writing Option. Both options re-                                                                        SPCH g437        Rhetorical Theory            3 cr
             quire completion of 45 semester hours
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                                                                Category II—Language                                     Category II—Literature
 Arts and




             as specified (excluding lower division
             composition courses—ENGL 51, 101,                  Studies (6 credits)                                      (12 credits)
             103, 105, 201).
                                                                Required:                                                Required:
                                                                ENGL 281           Introduction to Grammar        3 cr   ENGL 311         Studies in Genre             3 cr
             Option 1—General
                                                                Plus one course from the following:                      Plus one course from the following:
             English Major                                      ENGL g481          Advanced Grammar               3 cr   ENGL 257         Survey World Literature I    3 cr
                                                                ENGL g485          Linguistic Analysis            3 cr   ENGL 267         Survey of English
                                                                ENGL g486          Old English                    3 cr                    Literature I                 3 cr
             Category I—Literature                              ENGL g487          History of the English                ENGL 277         Survey of American
                                                                                   Language                       3 cr                    Literature I                 3 cr
             (27 credits)
                                                                Category III—Writing                                     Plus one course from the following:
             Required:                                                                                                   ENGL 258         Survey World Literature II   3 cr
             ENGL 211      Introduction to Literary
                                                                (3 credits)                                              ENGL 268         Survey of English
                           Analysis                      3 cr                                                                             Literature II                3 cr
             ENGL 311      Studies in Genre              3 cr   Required:                                                ENGL 278         Survey of American
             ENGL 491      Senior Seminar                3 cr                                                                             Literature II                3 cr
                                                                ENGL 301           Writing About Literature       3 cr
             Plus one course from the following:                                                                         Plus one course from the following:
                                                                Category IV—Electives                                    ENGL 321     Studies in Dramatic
             ENGL 267      Survey of English
                           Literature I                  3 cr   (9 credits)                                                           Literature                   3 cr
             ENGL 268      Survey of English                                                                             ENGL 322     Studies in Poetry            3 cr
                                                                An additional 9 credits of English, of which at least    ENGL 323     Studies in Prose Fiction     3 cr
                           Literature II                 3 cr
                                                                3 credits must be in upper-division courses.             ENGL 324     Studies in Prose Non-Fiction 3 cr
             ENGL 277      Survey of American
                           Literature I                  3 cr                                                            WRITING ENGLISH MAJOR TOTAL              45 cr
                                                                GENERAL ENGLISH MAJOR TOTAL                      45 cr
             ENGL 278      Survey of American
                           Literature II                 3 cr

             Plus one course from the following:                Option 2—Writing                                         Minors in English
             ENGL 321      Studies in Dramatic                                                                           Many students take English courses as elec-
             ENGL 322
                           Literature
                           Studies in Poetry
                                                         3 cr
                                                         3 cr
                                                                English Major                                            tives to enhance their studies in other areas or
             ENGL 323      Studies in Prose Fiction      3 cr       Note: Students electing the writing                  as preparation for professional work. The
             ENGL 324      Studies in Prose                         option are also required to minor in a               Department of English and Philosophy offers
                           Non-Fiction                   3 cr       discipline relevant to their professional            three minors in English—one general minor
                                                                    interests.                                           and two specialized minors in writing—for
             Plus two courses from the following:
             ENGL g455     Studies in a Major National
                                                                                                                         students who wish to receive recognition for
                           Literature                    3 cr   Category I—Composition                                   substantial training in literature and writing.
             ENGL g461     Classical Literature          3 cr                                                            Lower division composition courses—ENGL
             ENGL g462     Medieval Literature           3 cr   and Communication                                        51, 101, 102, 105, and 201—do not count
             ENGL g463
             ENGL g464
                           Renaissance Literature
                           Seventeenth-Century
                                                         3 cr   (33 credits)                                             toward completion of these minors.
                           Literature                    3 cr
             ENGL g465     Eighteenth-Century                   Required:
                           Literature                    3 cr                                                            Option 1—General Minor
                                                                ENGL 281           Introduction to Grammar        3 cr
             ENGL g466     Early Nineteenth-Century             ENGL g401          Advanced Composition                  Twenty-one hours of credit in English, 12
                           Literature                    3 cr                      and Prose Analysis             3 cr
             ENGL g467     Late Nineteenth-Century                                                                       of which must be in upper division courses,
                                                                ENGL 410           Writing Internship             6 cr
                           Literature                    3 cr   M C 215            Graphic Design                 3 cr   including either ENGL 301 or ENGL 307.
             ENGL g468     Early Twentieth-Century              PHIL 201           Introduction to Logic          3 cr
                           Literature                    3 cr
             ENGL g469     Contemporary Literature       3 cr   Plus one course from the following:                      Option 2—Writing Minor
             Plus one course from the following:                ENGL 301           Writing About Literature       3 cr   Twenty-one hours of credit in English,
                                                                ENGL 307           Professional Writing           3 cr   including ENGL 301, ENGL 487, and
             ENGL g472     Proseminar in a                      ENGL 308           Business Communications        3 cr
                           Major Literary Figure         3 cr                                                            either ENGL 281 or ENGL 481, plus four
             ENGL g473     Chaucer                       3 cr   Plus one course from the following:                      other courses, of which at least two must
             ENGL g474     Milton                        3 cr
             ENGL g476     Shakespeare                   3 cr   ENGL 206           Creative Writing Workshop 3 cr        be upper-division, from among the fol-
                                                                ENGL 306           Creative Writing Workshop 3 cr        lowing courses: ENGL 107, 206, 306,
                                                                ENGL g406          Advanced Creative Writing             307, 401, 406, 485, PHIL 201.
                                                                                   Workshop                  3 cr
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Option 3—Creative Writing                                                                            Applications in disciplines or subjects of in-
                                                 English Composition                                 terest to the individual student. Especially
Minor                                                                                                appropriate for science, engineering, busi-
A minimum of twenty-one hours of credit
                                                 and Language                                        ness, and pre-professional majors. PREREQ:
                                                                                                     ENGL 201 AND COMPLETION OF 45
in English, including at least one of the        Courses                                             CREDITS. F, S
following courses: ENGL 206, 306, 406;
                                                 ENGL 51 Basic Writing 0 credits (3 credit           ENGL 308 Business Communications 3
twelve credits must be earned in upper-
                                                 equivalent). For students not meeting ENGL          credits. An advanced course in conventions
division courses, three of which must be a       101 placement requirements. Prepares stu-           of business communications, emphasizing pur-




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special ENGL 348 Senior Thesis Project.




                                                                                                                                                          Arts and
                                                 dents for ENGL 101 by addressing fundamen-          pose and audience. Focus on style, semantics,
                                                 tals at sentence, paragraph, and essay levels,      research skills, format, persuasion, and criti-
Each student in this option will be as-
                                                 with emphasis on student’s own writing.             cal analysis and synthesis of data. PREREQ:
signed a major advisor and a committee           Graded S/U. F, S, Su                                ENGL 201 AND COMPLETION OF 60
composed of members of the creative writ-                                                            CREDITS. F, S, Su
                                                 ENGL 101 English Composition 3 credits.
ing program. This committee will be re-
                                                 Course in prose writing in which students will      ENGL 333 Teaching Writing One-on-One 3
sponsible for evaluating the student’s           develop their ability to understand and write       credits. Theory and practice in individualized
senior thesis, a substantial creative project    paragraphs and expository essays in standard        writing instruction; includes readings, class
in the genre of the student’s choice. In         edited English. F, S, Su                            discussions, research and supervised tutoring.
addition, each student will be required to       ENGL 103 Honors English Composition                 Emphasis on strategies for addressing particu-
present in public performance, as appro-         3 credits. Open to students who achieve             lar problems of inexperienced, ESOL, and learn-
priate, the thesis material to the commu-        high scores on the Composition Placement            ing disabled writers. PREREQ: PERMISSION
nity at large.                                   Examination. Substitutes for English 101            OF INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                 toward fulfillment of Goal 1. (Students se-         ENGL 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Work-
                                                 lected for Honors 103 may elect instead to          shop aimed at the development and improve-
English Education                                take ENGL 101.) D                                   ment of skills. Does not satisfy requirements
                                                 ENGL 105 Writing Laboratory 1 credit.               for a major or a minor. May be repeated.
Program                                          Composition course designed for students            Graded S/U. D
                                                 who transfer from quarter-system schools            ENGL g401 Advanced Composition and
For the requirements of the Secondary
                                                 and who are deficient in one or more hours in       Prose Analysis 3 credits. Study of the prin-
Teaching Major in English, the Single            English composition credits. PREREQ: PER-           ciples of rhetoric, syntax, and semantics
Subject Teaching Major in English, and           MISSION OF THE DIRECTOR OF COMPO-                   applicable to the analysis of written persua-
the Teaching Minor in English, see the           SITION. F, S, Su                                    sive and informative discourse. Special at-
descriptions in the Teacher Education            ENGL 107 Nature of Language 3 credits.              tention will be given to problems in the
Program.                                         General survey of structure and use of language.    teaching of writing. Prereq: ENGL 301,
                                                 Topics include language origins, descriptive        ENGL 307 OR ENGL 308, OR PERMIS-
                                                 and historical linguistics, language and culture,   SION OF INSTRUCTOR. R2
Prerequisites and                                and history of the English language. Cross-         ENGL g406 Advanced Creative Writing
                                                 listed as ANTH 107 and LANG 107. R1                 Workshop 3 credits. Production and discus-
Standards                                        ENGL 201 Critical Reading and Writing 3             sion of student writing. Study in a specific
                                                 credits. Writing essays based on readings.          genre with emphasis on longer works. May be
Students are encouraged to complete
                                                 Focus on critical reading; research methods;        repeated once for undergraduate credit.
ENGL 101 (or its equivalent) before en-                                                              PREREQ: ENGL 306 OR PERMISSION OF
rolling in other English courses. At least       gathering, evaluating, analyzing, and synthe-
                                                 sizing ideas and evidence; documentation.           INSTRUCTOR. R1
one semester of lower-division literature
                                                 PREREQ: ENGL 101 OR EQUIVALENT AND                  ENGL 410 Writing Internship 1-6 credits.
is prerequisite for all upper-division litera-   COMPLETION OF 26 CREDITS. F, S, Su                  On-the-job writing experience in business,
ture courses. In general, students may take                                                          industry, or government settings. May be re-
                                                 ENGL 206 Creative Writing Workshop 3
the second half of a two-semester litera-        credits. Introduction to one or more forms of       peated to a maximum of six credits. PREREQ:
ture sequence without having taken the           creative writing. May be repeated once with         ENGL 301, ENGL 307, OR ENGL 308 AND
first. To graduate as an English major, or       permission of the department. R1                    SENIOR STANDING. F, S
with an English minor, a student must            ENGL 281 Introduction to Grammar 3 cred-            ENGL g431 Idaho Writing Project 3 credits.
maintain at least a 2.25 grade point average     its. An introduction to the basic grammatical       A National Writing Project affiliate program to
in courses within the English curriculum.        principles of the English language. F, S            aid teachers of all grade levels and all academic
                                                                                                     subjects develop skills in teaching writing.
                                                 ENGL 301 Writing About Literature 3 cred-           Combines composition theory and practical
Placement in English                             its. Course in prose writing in which students
                                                 develop their ability to write expository and
                                                                                                     classroom exercises with daily writing and
                                                                                                     critiques. Su
Composition Courses                              argumentative essays based on their reading of
                                                 literary texts. PREREQ: ENGL 201 AND                ENGL g440 Philosophy and Literature 3
                                                 COMPLETION OF 60 CREDITS. F, S                      credits. Reflections on the relation between
Regulations and procedures governing stu-                                                            poetic and speculative discourse. Topics in-
dent placement in the composition-course         ENGL 306 Creative Writing Workshop 3                clude forms of consciousness, temporality and
sequence are summarized under General            credits. Advanced training in one or more           narrative, metaphysics of genre. Cross-listed
Education Requirements, Goal 1. Students         of the forms of creative writing. May be            as PHIL g440. D
                                                 repeated once with permission of the
should consult with the Director of Com-                                                             ENGL g481 Advanced Grammar 3 credits.
                                                 department. PREREQ: ENGL 206 OR
position concerning applicability toward         EQUIVALENT. R1                                      Study of the principles of structural and trans-
Goal 1 requirements of writing courses                                                               formational grammar. Intended for the pro-
                                                 ENGL 307 Professional Writing 3 credits.            spective teacher as well as the general student.
taken at other institutions.
                                                 An intensive course covering skills and con-        PREREQ: ENGL 281. R2
                                                 ventions pertinent to professional writing.
             80
             ENGL g485 Linguistic Analysis 3 credits.              ENGL 311 Studies in Genre 3 credits. Ex-              ENGL g456 Comparative Literature 3 cred-
             Advanced course in the techniques of language         amination of the manner in which form and             its. The analysis of ideas, problems, and tech-
             analysis. Topics include sound systems (pho-          techniques of composition create and delimit          niques common to important writers of various
             netics and phonology) or grammatical systems.         possibilities for literary expression. Course         national literatures. R3
             May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. R2        will include a study of the characteristics of        ENGL g461 Classical Literature 3 credits.
             ENGL g486 Old English 3 credits. Intensive            major literary genres. S                              Study of the major literature of the classical
             study of the Old English language, with atten-        ENGL 321 Studies in Dramatic Literature 3             Greek and Roman periods, especially in rela-
             tion to its intrinsic structure and its relation to   credits. Study of selected works from dramatic        tionship to its cultural backgrounds. R3
             Middle and Modern English. R2                         literature of the world through an analysis of        ENGL g462 Medieval Literature 3 credits.
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             ENGL g487 History of the English Lan-                 their definitive generic characteristics. R2          Study of the major literature of the Middle
             guage 3 credits. Study of the linguistic and          ENGL 322 Studies in Poetry 3 credits. Study           Ages and its background, with emphasis upon
             socio-political changes and developments in           of selected poems through an analysis of their        the development of English literature. R2
             the English language. R2                              definitive generic characteristics. R2                ENGL g463 Renaissance Literature 3 cred-
                                                                   ENGL 323 Studies in Prose Fiction 3 credits.          its. Study of the major literature of the Renais-
             Literature Courses                                    Studies of selected works of fiction through
                                                                   an analysis of their definitive generic
                                                                                                                         sance and its background, with emphasis upon
                                                                                                                         the development of English literature. R2
             ENGL 110 Introduction to Literature 3 cred-           characteristics. R2                                   ENGL g464 Seventeenth-Century Litera-
             its. Introduction to the critical reading of vari-    ENGL 324 Studies in Prose Non-Fiction 3               ture 3 credits. Study of the major literature of
             ous literary genres, with attention to the            credits. Study of selected works of nonfiction        the seventeenth century and its background,
             interpretation and evaluation of representative       through an analysis of their definitive generic       with emphasis upon the development of En-
             texts. Satisfies Goal 7 of the General Education      characteristics. R2                                   glish literature. R2
             Requirements. F, S, Su
                                                                   ENGL 328 Gender in Literature 3 credits.              ENGL g465 Eighteenth-Century Literature
             ENGL 115 Major Themes in Literature 3                 Considers the role of gender in literature, includ-   3 credits. Study of the major literature of the
             credits. Introduction to literature through the       ing issues of authorship, reader communities, and     eighteenth century and its background, with
             study of one or more major themes that cross          literary representations of women and men. R2         emphasis upon the development of English
             historical and cultural boundaries. Satisfies Goal                                                          and American literature. R2
             7 of the General Education Requirements. F, S         ENGL 331 Methods in the Teaching of En-
                                                                   glish 3 credits. Practical study of the objectives,   ENGL g466 Early Nineteenth-Century
             ENGL 126 Art of Film I 3 credits. Course              problems, and methods of teaching literature          Literature 3 credits. Study of the major litera-
             examines the creative process, aesthetic prin-        and composition in secondary schools. PREREQ:         ture of the early nineteenth century and its
             ciples and historical background of cinematic         COMPLETION OF GOAL 1 AND NINE AD-                     background, with emphasis upon the develop-
             arts. Screening of representative films and           DITIONAL HOURS OF ENGLISH. F                          ment of English and American literature. R2
             examination of critical works and theories are
             included. Cross-listed as THEA 205. S                 ENGL 341 Bible as Literature 3 credits.               ENGL g467 Late Nineteenth-Century Lit-
                                                                   Study of various types of literature found in the     erature 3 credits. Study of the major literature
             ENGL 211 Introduction to Literary Analysis            Bible, with a view of attaining greater knowl-        of the late nineteenth century and its back-
             3 credits. Introduction to the methods and re-        edge of and appreciation for this aspect of the       ground, with emphasis upon the development
             sources used in the study of literature. Will focus   literary heritage. R2                                 of English and American literature. R2
             upon the terminology and concepts of critical
             reading through a study and application of vari-      ENGL 348 Independent Problems 1-3                     ENGL g468 Early Twentieth-Century Lit-
             ous approaches to literary analysis. F                credits. Consultation course for upperclass-          erature 3 credits. Study of the major litera-
                                                                   men interested in problems in language and            ture of the early twentieth century and its
             ENGL 212 Introduction to Folklore/Oral                literature not adequately covered by regular          background, with emphasis upon English and
             Tradition 3 credits. Categories, functions,           offerings. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF THE                  American literature. R2
             contexts, and modes of transmission of folk           DEPARTMENT. D
             stories, songs, proverbs, games, crafts, cus-                                                               ENGL g469 Contemporary Literature 3
             toms, and other traditional lore. Cross-listed as     ENGL 353 The West in American Litera-                 credits. Study of recent major literature and its
             AMST 212 and ANTH 212. R2                             ture 3 credits. Survey of the literature of           background, with emphasis upon English and
                                                                   Western America since 1800. D                         American literature. R2
             ENGL 257-258 Survey World Literature 3
             credits each. Examination of major works              ENGL 356 Ethnic and Minority Literature               ENGL g472 Proseminar in a Major Literary
             and authors in historical perspective, with em-       3 credits. Study of the literature dealing with       Figure 3 credits. Intensive study in a single
             phasis upon literary and cultural backgrounds.        specific issues and concerns relevant to one or       major author other than Chaucer, Milton, and
             Satisfies Goal 7 of the General Education             more ethnic or minority groups. D                     Shakespeare, demanding some independent
             Requirements. R1                                      ENGL 363 American Indian Literature 3                 study and small group participation. R1
             ENGL 267-268 Survey of English Literature             credits. Considers literary works by and about        ENGL g473 Chaucer 3 credits. Intensive
             3 credits each. Examination of major works and        North American native people, especially in           study of selected works of Chaucer. R2
             authors in historical perspective, with emphasis      relationship to history, genre, and culture,          ENGL g474 Milton 3 credits. Intensive study
             upon literary and cultural backgrounds. R1            including oral traditions. Cross-listed as            of selected works of Milton. R2
                                                                   ANTH 363. D
             ENGL 277-278 Survey of American Litera-                                                                     ENGL g476 Shakespeare 3 credits. Intensive
             ture 3 credits each. Examination of major             ENGL g440 Philosophy and Literature 3                 study of selected works of Shakespeare. R1
             works and authors in historical perspective           credits. Reflections on the relation between
                                                                   poetic and speculative discourse. Topics in-          ENGL g490 Folklore 3 credits. Principles,
             with emphasis upon literary and cultural back-                                                              content, and dissemination of orally transmit-
             grounds. Cross-listed as AMST 253-254. R1             clude forms of consciousness, temporality and
                                                                   narrative, metaphysics of genre. R2                   ted religious beliefs and popular narrative
             ENGL 305 Art of the Film II 3 credits. In-                                                                  forms in preliterate societies. Cross-listed as
             depth investigation of cinematic art with focus       ENGL g455 Studies in a Major National                 ANTH g490. R3
             on one or more of the following: genre, histori-      Literature 3 credits. Studies in important lit-
             cal development, aesthetics, criticism, social        eratures and cultures not otherwise covered in
             impact, and artists. Screening of representative      the curriculum. Will include literatures in trans-
             films. Cross-listed as THEA 305. PREREQ:              lation and literature written in English outside
             THEA/ENGL 126 OR PERMISSION. S                        of America and the British Isles. Cross-listed as
                                                                   LANG 415. R3
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ENGL 491 Senior Seminar 3 credits. A                 PHIL 230 Contemporary Moral Issues 3                PHIL g450 Ethical Theory 3 credits. Study
capstone course in which students consolidate        credits. An examination of moral problems           of the nature of value claims, stressing ethical
their grasp of the discipline of English through     that have recently arisen in such areas as health   value claims; examination of the scope of
application of major scholarly approaches to         care, biological research, business administra-     reason in ethical decision-making. Applica-
literature. PREREQ: ENGL 211, 311, AND 9             tion, defense policy, and environmental pro-        tions to normative ethical theories. Related
ADDITIONAL HOURS OF UPPER-DIVI-                      tection. Emphasis varies. R1                        topics include human rights, justice, ethical
SION ENGLISH. S                                      PHIL g305 History of Philosophy: Greek              and legal systems. R2
                                                     Reason and Christian Faith 3 credits. Philo-        PHIL g460 Theory of Knowledge 3 credits. A
                                                     sophical readings from the pre-Socratics to St.     survey of reflections on the question, “What, if




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                                                                                                                                                                Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                 Arts and
                                                     Thomas Aquinas. Topics include the theory           anything, can we know?” Topics include know-
                                                     of essence, human nature and happiness, the         ing, believing, meaning, truth, and certainty. R2
in Philosophy                                        problem of evil, the relation of reason and
                                                     faith. R2
                                                                                                         PHIL g470 Symbolic Logics and Founda-
                                                                                                         tions of Mathematics 3 credits. A compre-
The purpose and value of study in phi-               PHIL g315 History of Philosophy: Rational-          hensive study of formal methods of determining
                                                     ism and Empiricism 3 credits. Readings              validity and of systems of symbolic logic, with
losophy is discussed above under the
                                                     in philosophy from Descartes to Hegel.              attention to the philosophy of logic and the
department introductory statement. To                Emphasis on the question of the limits of hu-       relationship between logic and mathematics. D
major in philosophy, a student must                  man knowledge. D                                    PHIL 480 Philosophy Tutorial 2 credits.
earn twenty seven semester-hour cred-
                                                     PHIL g325 History of Philosophy: Mod-               Consultation course for seniors interested in a
its in the philosophy curriculum, of                 ern Philosophical Movements 3 credits.              philosophical problem connected with their
which the following are required.                    Readings in philosophy of the 19th and 20th         major field. Will consist of independent read-
                                                     centuries. Organized to illuminate the de-          ing, conferences, and the preparation of a term
Required Courses                                     velopment of particular schools of thought,         paper. May be repeated up to 6 credits. F, S
                                                     including existentialism, pragmatism, phe-          PHIL g490 Philosophy Seminar 1-3
PHIL 201         Introduction to Logic        3 cr   nomenology, analytic philosophy, and
PHIL g305        History of Philosophy: Greek                                                            credits. Advanced reading and discussion
                                                     Marxism. Emphasis varies. R2                        on selected topics in philosophy. May be
                 Reason and Christian Faith 3 cr
PHIL g450        Ethical Theory               3 cr   PHIL 355 Political and Social Philosophy 3          taken for credit more than once with per-
PHIL g460        Theory of Knowledge          3 cr   credits. Questions concerning social justice as     mission of the department. D
PHIL 492         Senior Tutorial              3 cr   discussed by Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Locke,       PHIL 492 Senior Tutorial 3 credits. A culmi-
                                                     Hegel, Marx and others.                             nating course for senior majors. Directed re-
Philosophy Minor                                     PHIL 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops            search resulting in a senior thesis, to be evaluated
                                                     aimed at the development and improvement of         by the philosophy faculty. PREREQ: SENIOR
A minor in philosophy is recommended
                                                     skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a major   STANDING AND PERMISSION OF THE
for students seeking a liberal arts educa-           or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D          DIRECTOR OF PHILOSOPHY. S
tion. Required courses for the minor: any
                                                     PHIL g400 Philosophy of Art 3 credits. Study
eighteen semester-hour credits elected from          of philosophic problems encountered in per-
the philosophy curriculum.                           ceiving, interpreting, and evaluating works of
                                                     art. Topics include the nature of a work of art,    Department
                                                     aesthetic response, expression, symbol; the
Philosophy Courses
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
                                                     nature and role of representation; the nature of
                                                     interpretive and evaluative claims. R2              of Foreign
credits. An introduction to the major thinkers       PHIL g410 Philosophy of Language 3 cred-
and major problems in Western philosophical
and scientific traditions. Sections may em-
                                                     its. Study of theories of language, with empha-
                                                     sis on contemporary thinkers such as Frege,
                                                                                                         Languages
phasize either an historical or problems ap-         Heidegger, Russell, Wittgenstein, Piaget, and
proach. Satisfies Goal 8 of the General              Chomsky. Topics include the nature and origin       Chair and Professor: Dolsen
Education Requirements. F, S, Su                     of meaning, the temporal dimension of dis-          Professors: Cervantes, Nickisch, Park
PHIL 201 Introduction to Logic 3 credits.            course, the significance of syntax, animal lan-     Associate Professors: Hunt, Sherman
An introduction to the concepts and methods of       guages, computer languages. D                       Assistant Professors: Carter-Cram,
deductive and inductive logic, with special          PHIL g420 Philosophy of Mind 3 credits.                Frantz, Sieber
emphasis on the use of logical methods to            Inquiry into the mind-body problem and repre-       Instructors: Hurd, Stewart
identify, analyze, construct, and evaluate           sentative solutions, such as dualism, philo-        Academic Outreach Adjunct Faculty:
everyday arguments. R1                               sophical behaviorism, central-state materialism.       Heath, Jenkins, Johnsen, Peterson,
PHIL 210 Introduction to Asian Philoso-              Related topics include the self, personal iden-
                                                                                                            Zaltzman
phies 3 credits. A study of Hindu, Buddhist,         tity, immortality, claims of parapsychology,
and other Far Eastern approaches to topics such      mystical consciousness. R2
                                                                                                         The Foreign Language Department of-
as immortality, time, reality, mystical experi-      PHIL g430 Philosophy of Science 3 credits.
                                                                                                         fers courses in French, German, Latin,
ence, the divinity of the soul, the question of      A critical analysis of the philosophical presup-
duty. Emphasis varies. R2                            positions of the empirical sciences, with atten-    Russian, Shoshoni, Spanish, and other
                                                     tion given to the wider expressions of these        Foreign Languages taught on demand.
PHIL 220 Philosophical Issues in Religion 3
credits. An inquiry into the nature of reli-         presuppositions in contemporary life. R2            Students may study several other
gious belief, the concept of God, rational           PHIL g440 Philosophy and Literature 3               languages on a self-paced basis (see
proofs of the existence of God, the religious        credits. Reflections on the relation between        LANG 120). The courses serve several
experience, the concept of faith, the character      poetic and speculative discourse. Topics in-        purposes: (1) to contribute to the general
of religious language, the meaning of myths          clude forms of consciousness, temporality           education of students by imparting an
and symbols, and the question of modern              and narrative, metaphysics of genre. Cross-         awareness of foreign languages, litera-
atheism. R2                                          listed as ENGL g440. D                              tures and civilizations; (2) to meet the
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             needs of language majors and minors; (3)                                                               SPAN 301-302   Spanish Conversation and
             to prepare future teachers of French, Ger-       Bachelor of Arts                                                     Composition
                                                                                                                    SPAN g341-g342 Survey of Spanish and
                                                                                                                                                                6 cr

             man, Russian and Spanish; and (4) to                                                                                  Latin American Literature
             provide language training for students           in French,                                                           and Civilization
                                                                                                                                   AND:
                                                                                                                                                                6 cr
             whose subsequent careers require the
             knowledge of a foreign language.                 German or                                                            Upper-division SPAN or LANG
                                                                                                                                   courses, at least 3 of which
                                                                                                                                   are conducted in Spanish 15 cr
             Two years (or equivalent) of a foreign
             language are prerequisites to all upper-         Spanish
College of
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             division courses in French, German,
             Russian and Spanish. However, the de-
                                                                                                                    Minor in French
                                                              Degree Requirements for                               A Goal 10A course must also be taken.
             partment reserves the right to place stu-
             dents at a level commensurate with their         French, German and                                    FREN 201-202      Intermediate French        8 cr
             knowledge of a specific language.                Spanish Majors:                                                         (or equivalent high school
                                                                                                                                      courses or experience)
             To secure a major in French, German or           LANG 207          Contemporary European               FREN 301-302      French Conversation and
                                                                                Culture                      3 cr                     Composition                6 cr
             Spanish, the student is required to com-         A two-semester (6 credit) course sequence      6 cr                     AND:
             plete at least 26 hours of courses num-              These courses must be supportive of                                 Upper-division FREN or LANG
             bered 300 or above, most of which are                the student’s educational goals within                              courses                    6 cr
             given in the respective language.                    the major in French, German or Span-

             Prospective high school teachers may
                                                                  ish. Sequences which may well fulfill
                                                                  this requirement are ENGL 267-268
                                                                                                                    Minor in German
             obtain teaching majors or minors in                  English Literature, HIST g325-HIST                A Goal 10A course must also be taken.
             foreign languages. They should consult               g326 or HIST 251-HIST g360-HIST
                                                                  g451. Other sequences may be selected.            GERM 201-202      Intermediate German        8 cr
             the Teacher Education Program in the                                                                                     (or equivalent high school
             College of Education concerning the                  All sequences must be approved by the                               courses or experience)
                                                                  student’s Foreign Language Depart-                GERM 301-302      German Conversation and
             requirements for certification. Foreign
                                                                  ment advisor.                                                       Composition                6 cr
             language majors and minors are ex-
                                                                                                                                      AND:
             pected to include in their programs the                                                                                  Upper-division GERM or LANG
             designated required courses and to at-                                                                                   courses                    6 cr
             tain a reasonable degree of fluency in           Major in French
             the languages they have selected.
                                                              FREN 201-202   Intermediate French
                                                                             (or equivalent high school
                                                                                                           8 cr     Minor in Russian
             The department maintains a modern lan-
                                                                              courses or experience)                A Goal 10A course must also be taken.
             guage laboratory, which includes tapes,          FREN 301-302   French Conversation and
             a record library, computers and video                           Composition                   6 cr     RUSS 201-202      Intermediate Russian       8 cr
             equipment. Its facilities are available to       FREN g341-g342 Survey of French Literature                              (or equivalent high school
                                                                             and Civilization              6 cr                       courses or experience)
             all language students.                                          AND:                                   RUSS 301-302      Russian Conversation and
                                                                             Upper-division FREN or LANG                              Composition                6 cr
                                                                             courses, at least 3 of which
             General Education                                                are conducted in French     15 cr
                                                                                                                                      AND:
                                                                                                                                      Upper-division RUSS or LANG
             Requirements                                                                                                             courses                    6 cr

             Please note the following goal requirements:
                                                              Major in                                              Minor in Spanish
             1. LANG 207, Contemporary European
                Culture, 3 credits, which is taught in
                English, fulfills Goal 10A.
                                                              German                                                A Goal 10A course must also be taken.

                                                              GERM 201-202   Intermediate German          8 cr      SPAN 201-202      Intermediate Spanish       8 cr
             2. One year of French, German, Latin, Rus-                      (or equivalent high school                               (or equivalent high school
                sian or Spanish at the elementary or inter-                  courses or experience)                                   courses or experience)
                                                              GERM 301-302 German Conversation and                  SPAN 301-302      Spanish Conversation and
                mediate level fulfills Goal 10B.                             Composition                  6 cr                        Composition                6 cr
                                                              GERM g341-g342 Survey of German Literature and                          AND:
             For a major or minor in a foreign language                      Civilization                 6 cr                        Upper-division SPAN or LANG
             the student must fulfill both Goals 10A                         AND:                                                     courses                    6 cr
             AND 10B. Goal 10B may also be fulfilled                         Upper-division GERM or LANG
                                                                             courses, at least 3 of which
             by passing the departmental proficiency                         are conducted in German 15 cr
             exams in French, German, Latin, Russian
             or Spanish. Non-native speakers of En-
                                                                                                                    Foreign Language
             glish, i.e. students who grew up in a non-
             English speaking country and learned
                                                              Major in                                              Courses
             English as their second language fulfill
             Goal 10B by passing ENGL 101 and 201.
                                                              Spanish                                               LANG 101-102 Elementary Foreign Lan-
                                                                                                                    guage 4 credits each. Basic communication
                                                              SPAN 201-202      Intermediate Spanish         8 cr
                                                                                                                    skills, grammatical structures, and acquain-
             The subject CLEP examination in French,                            (or equivalent high school          tance with culture in languages other than
             German or Spanish may not be substituted                           courses or experience)              those regularly taught. Laboratory is required.
             for Goal 10B.                                                                                          Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Education
                                                                                                                    Requirements. F, S
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LANG 107 Nature of Language 3 credits.                 LANG g477 Phonology 3 credits. Study of              FREN g451 French Romanticism 3 credits.
General survey of structure and use of lan-            articulatory phonetics and practice in phonetic      Study of the Romantic prose, poetry, and drama
guage. Topics include language origins,                transcription of a broad survey of languages;        of the period: Lamartine, Musset, Vigny, Hugo,
descriptive and historical linguistics, language       phonological analysis and theory. D                  and others. Conducted in French. PREREQ:
and culture, and history of the English language.      LANG g488 Foreign Language Seminar                   PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
Cross-listed as ANTH 107 and ENGL 107. F               3 credits. Advanced studies in selected top-         FREN g462 French Realism and Naturalism 3
LANG 120 Autotutorial Beginning Foreign                ics from language, culture, literatures or           credits. Study of the main currents in French
Language 1 credit. Self-paced laboratory               methods of research. May be conducted in             literature, as reflected in the works of Balzac,
course. May be repeated. Available in:                 English. May be repeated up to 6 credits             Flaubert, Zola, Maupassant, and other writers of




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                                                                                                                                                                 Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                  Arts and
Cherokee, Danish, Egyptian Arabic, French,             with different content. PREREQ: PERMIS-              the latter 19th century. Conducted in French.
German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese,              SION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                                PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
Lakhota, Mandarin Chinese, Navajo, Norwe-                                                                   FREN g471 Readings in French 2 credits.
gian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish,
and Turkish. Graded S/U. D                             French Courses                                       Reading, discussion, and preparation of re-
                                                                                                            ports on selected topics in French literature.
LANG 201-202 Intermediate Foreign Lan-                 FREN 101-102 Elementary French I, II                 May be repeated once with different content.
guage 4 credits each. Extensive grammar re-            4 credits each. Intended to teach students basic     Conducted in French. PREREQ: PERMISSION
view; communication skills in languages other          communication skills and grammatical struc-          OF INSTRUCTOR. D
than those regularly taught. Laboratory is re-         tures in French and to acquaint them with the        FREN g481 Independent Studies in French 3
quired. Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Edu-         culture of the French-speaking countries. Prac-      credits. A directed project, under the guidance of
cation Requirements. PREREQ: LANG 102                  tice in the language laboratory is required.         an instructor, emphasizing individual study or
OR EQUIVALENT. F, S                                    Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Education          research according to the needs of the student.
LANG 207 Contemporary European Cul-                    Requirements. F, S                                   PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
ture 3 credits. European culture in French,            FREN 201-202 Intermediate French I, II
German and Spanish-speaking countries is ex-           4 credits each. Extensive review of grammati-
amined in terms of its historical bases and its        cal structures and continued emphasis on devel-      German Courses
contemporary expressions in customs, institu-          oping students’ communication skills in French.      GERM 101-102 Elementary German I, II
tions, lifestyles, literature, art and music. Taught   Contrastive study of culture as reflected in the     4 credits each. Intended to teach students
in English. Satisfies Goal 10A of the General          French language. Practice in language labora-        basic communication skills and grammatical
Education Requirements. S                              tory required. PREREQ: FREN 102 OR                   structures in German and to acquaint them
LANG 307 Foreign Language Practicum 3                  EQUIVALENT. Satisfies Goal 10B of the Gen-           with the culture of the German-speaking coun-
credits. Students teach fundamental language           eral Education Requirements. F, S                    tries. Practice in the language laboratory is
skills to elementary school children. Materials,       FREN 301-302 French Conversation and                 required. Satisfies Goal 10B of the General
methods, and instruction provided by student.          Composition I, II 3 credits each. Intensive          Education Requirements. F, S
Students must spend seventy-five minutes/week          practice speaking and writing French in forms        GERM 201-202 Intermediate German I,
with course instructor. PREREQ: INTERME-               and styles common to economics, politics,            II 4 credits each. Extensive review of gram-
DIATE LANGUAGE COURSES, PERMIS-                        science, society, the arts and creative writing of   matical structures and continued emphasis
SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S                               the French-speaking world. PREREQ: FREN              on developing students’ communication
LANG 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Work-                   202 OR EQUIVALENT. F, S                              skills in German. Contrastive study of cul-
shops aimed at the development and improve-            FREN g341-g342 Survey of French Litera-              ture as reflected in the German language.
ment of skills. Does not satisfy requirements          ture and Civilization I, II 3 credits each.          Practice in language laboratory required.
for a major or a minor. May be repeated.               Comprehensive overview of the main currents          PREREQ: GERM 102 OR EQUIVALENT.
Graded S/U. D                                          of French cultural history and literature. Con-      Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Educa-
LANG g415-416 Studies in Major National                ducted in French. PREREQ: FREN 202 OR                tion Requirements. F, S
Literatures 3 credits each. Studies in impor-          EQUIVALENT. AF, AS                                   GERM 301-302 German Conversation and
tant literatures and cultures not covered by           FREN g361 Seventeenth Century French                 Composition I, II 3 credits each. Students
regular course offerings. Will include litera-         Literature 3 credits. Study of representative        work toward mastery of German through read-
tures in translation and literature written in         works of the 17th century, with particular em-       ings, compositions, discussions and oral pre-
English outside of America and the British             phasis on the works of Corneille, Moliere, and       sentations. Subject matter centers on business,
Isles. Cross-listed as ENGL 455. D                     Racine. Conducted in French. PREREQ: PER-            science, politics, and society. PREREQ: GERM
LANG g437 The Teaching of Foreign Lan-                 MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3                            202 OR EQUIVALENT. F, S
guages 3 credits. Study of the various meth-           FREN g401 French Current Affairs 3 credits.          GERM g341-g342 Survey of German
ods used in teaching foreign languages, the            Study of contemporary French culture through an      Literature and Civilization I, II 3 credits
extent and scope of language courses; the              examination of current sociocultural issues in       each. Comprehensive overview of the main
selection of suitable text books; audiovi-             French speaking countries. Conducted in French.      currents of German cultural history and litera-
sual techniques and their contribution to              PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3                 ture. Conducted in German. PREREQ: GERM
language instruction. PREREQ: PERMIS-                  FREN g421 Eighteenth Century French                  202 OR EQUIVALENT. AF, AS
SION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                  Literature 3 credits. French thought as re-          GERM g353 German Realism and Natural-
LANG g455 Linguistic Analysis I 3 cred-                flected in the literature from 1715 to the           ism 3 credits. A survey of the major works
its. Introduction to descriptive linguistics           Revolution. Special emphasis on the works of         from Buechner to Hauptmann, with emphasis
focusing on phonetics, phonology and mor-              Montesquieu, Voltaire, Diderot, and Rousseau.        on prose fiction and drama. Conducted
phology. Cross-listed as ANTH g455.                    Conducted in French. PREREQ: PERMIS-                 in German. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF
PREREQ: LANG 107. R2                                   SION OF INSTRUCTOR. R2                               INSTRUCTOR. R3
LANG g456 Linguistic Analysis II 3 cred-               FREN g431 Twentieth Century French Lit-              GERM g363 The Age of Goethe 3 credits. A
its. Introduction to descriptive linguistics           erature 3 credits. Study of the main currents of     survey of the major works and movements of the
focussing on morphology, syntax, and se-               contemporary French literature including sym-        pre-classical and classical periods in German
mantics. Cross-listed as ANTH g456.                    bolism, surrealism, existentialism, objectivism,     literature. Conducted in German. PREREQ:
PREREQ; LANG g455. D                                   etc. Conducted in French. PREREQ: PERMIS-            PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
                                                       SION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
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             GERM g401 German Current Affairs 3 cred-            RUSS 201-202 Intermediate Russian I, II              102 OR EQUIVALENT. Satisfies Goal 10B of
             its. Study of contemporary German culture           4 credits each. Extensive review of gram-            the General Education Requirements. F, S
             through an examination of current sociocul-         matical structures and continued emphasis            SPAN 301-302 Spanish Conversation and
             tural issues in the German-speaking world.          on developing students’ communication                Composition I, II 3 credits each. Intensive
             Conducted in German. PREREQ: PERMIS-                skills in Russian. Contrastive study of cul-         practice speaking, reading and writing stan-
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3                              ture as reflected in the Russian language.           dard Spanish in the forms and styles common
             GERM g413 German Romanticism 3 cred-                Practice in language laboratory required.            to the media, commerce, research and the arts.
             its. Selections of prose, verse and drama by        PREREQ: RUSS 102 OR EQUIVALENT.                      Conducted in Spanish. PREREQ: SPAN 202
             leading German-speaking Romantic writers            Satisfies GOAL 10B of the General Educa-             OR EQUIVALENT. F, S
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                                                                 tion Requirements. F, S
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             are read and discussed, and the principal liter-                                                         SPAN g338 Spanish Enlightenment and Ro-
             ary movements of the period are considered.         RUSS 301-302 Russian Conversation and                manticism 3 credits. Consideration of literary
             Conducted in German. PREREQ: PERMIS-                Composition I, II 3 credits each. Intensive          currents from the beginning of the Bourbon
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3                              practice speaking and writing Russian in forms       Monarchy in Spain (1700) until 1868. Con-
             GERM g423 Modern German Literature                  and styles common to economics, politics,            ducted in Spanish. PREREQ: PERMISSION
             3 credits. Reading and discussion of 20th           science, society, the arts and creative writing of   OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
             Century works by the major authors of the           the Russian-speaking world. PREREQ: RUSS
                                                                 202 OR EQUIVALENT. F, S                              SPAN g339 Spanish Realism through Gen-
             German-speaking world, including Kafka,                                                                  eration of ’98 3 credits. Examination of major
             Hesse, Mann, Grass and Boell. Conducted             RUSS g471 Readings in Russian 2 credits.             literary works beginning with the realist and
             in German. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF                    Reading, discussion, and preparation of reports      naturalist authors and concluding with the Gen-
             INSTRUCTOR. R3                                      on selected topics in Russian literature. May be     eration of 1898. Conducted in Spanish. PREREQ:
             GERM g433 Survey of German Poetry 3                 repeated once with different content. Conducted      PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
             credits. Reading, analysis and discussion of        in Russian. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF
                                                                 INSTRUCTOR. D                                        SPAN g341-g342 Survey of Spanish and
             representative examples of epic and lyric poetry                                                         Latin American Literature and Civiliza-
             from the major literary eras, with emphasis                                                              tion 3 credits each. Comprehensive over-
             on German poetry since Luther. Conducted
             in German. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF
                                                                 Shoshoni Courses                                     view of main currents of Peninsular and Latin
                                                                                                                      American cultural history and literature. Con-
             INSTRUCTOR. R3                                      SHOS 101 Elementary Shoshoni I 4 cred-               ducted in Spanish. PREREQ: SPAN 202 OR
             GERM g471 Readings in German 2 credits.             its. Basic communication skills and gram-            EQUIVALENT. AF, AS
             Reading, discussion, and preparation of reports     mar of Shoshoni and introduction to
                                                                 Shoshoni culture. Cross-listed as ANTH 111.          SPAN g358 Twentieth Century Spanish Lit-
             on selected topics in German literature. May be                                                          erature 3 credits. Examination of modern Penin-
             repeated once with different content. Conducted     Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Educa-
                                                                 tion Requirements. D                                 sular letters as evidenced in poetry, the short story,
             in German. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF                                                                         the novel and the essay. Conducted in Spanish.
             INSTRUCTOR. D                                       SHOS 102 Elementary Shoshoni II 4 credits.           PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
             GERM g481 Independent Studies in German             Furthering basic communication skills and
                                                                 grammar of Shoshoni and introduction to              SPAN g401 Spanish Current Affairs 3 cred-
             3 credits. A directed project, under the guidance                                                        its. Study of contemporary Spanish culture
             of an instructor, emphasizing individual study or   Shoshoni culture. Cross-listed as ANTH 112.
                                                                 Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Education          through an examination of current sociocultural
             research according to the needs of the student.                                                          issues in Spanish speaking countries. Conducted
             PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                 Requirements. D
                                                                                                                      in Spanish. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF
                                                                 SHOS 201 Intermediate Shoshoni I 4 cred-             INSTRUCTOR. R3
                                                                 its. Intermediate communication skills and
             Latin Courses                                       grammar of Shoshoni. Deepens understanding           SPAN g418 Early Latin American Literature
                                                                 of Shoshoni Culture and builds on skills and         3 credits. Study of major writers from the con-
             LATN 101-102 Elementary Latin I, II                                                                      quest to nationalism, including colonial, enlight-
             4 credits each. Intended to teach students basic    knowledge gained in Elementary Shoshoni.
                                                                 Cross-listed as ANTH 201. F                          enment, revolutionary and late 19th-century prose
             reading skills and grammatical structures in                                                             and poetry. Conducted in Spanish. PREREQ:
             Latin and to acquaint them with the culture of      SHOS 202 Intermediate Shoshoni II 4 cred-            PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
             Ancient Rome. Practice in the language labo-        its. Intermediate communication skills and
             ratory is required. Satisfies Goal 10B of the       grammar of Shoshoni. Deepens understanding           SPAN g419 Modern Latin American Lit-
             General Education Requirements. F, S                of Shoshoni culture and builds on skills and         erature 3 credits. Study of major writers
                                                                 knowledge gained in Elementary Shoshoni.             from “modernismo” to the present. Con-
             LATN 201-202 Intermediate Latin I, II 3                                                                  ducted in Spanish. PREREQ: PERMISSION
             credits each. Review and further study of           Cross-listed as ANTH 202. S
                                                                                                                      OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
             Latin grammar. Readings from various au-
                                                                                                                      SPAN g428 Spanish Medieval through Golden
             thors. Study of one book of Virgil’s Aeneid.
             PREREQ: LATN 102 OR EQUIVALENT. D
                                                                 Spanish Courses                                      Age Literature 3 credits. Examination of Medi-
                                                                 SPAN 101-102 Elementary Spanish I, II                eval, Renaissance, Golden Age Literature with an
             LATN g471 Readings in Latin 2 credits. Read-                                                             emphasis on the major trends that shaped Spanish
             ing, discussion, and preparation of reports on      4 credits each. Intended to teach students basic
                                                                 communication skills and grammatical struc-          thought and letters. Conducted in Spanish.
             selected topics in Latin literature. May be re-                                                          PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. R3
             peated once with different content. PREREQ:         tures in Spanish and to acquaint them with the
             PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                         culture of the Spanish-speaking countries. Prac-     SPAN g471 Readings in Spanish 2 credits.
                                                                 tice in the language laboratory is required.         Reading, discussion, and preparation of re-
                                                                 Satisfies Goal 10B of the General Education          ports on selected topics in Spanish literature.
             Russian Courses                                     Requirements. F, S                                   May be repeated once with different content.
                                                                 SPAN 201-202 Intermediate Spanish I, II              Conducted in Spanish. PREREQ: PERMIS-
             RUSS 101-102 Elementary Russian I, II
                                                                 4 credits each. Extensive review of grammati-        SION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
             4 credits each. Intended to teach students basic
             communication skills and grammatical structures     cal structures and continued emphasis on de-         SPAN g481 Independent Studies in Spanish 3
             in Russian and to acquaint them with the culture    veloping students’ communication skills in           credits. A directed project, under the guidance of
             of Russian speakers. Practice in the language       Spanish. Contrastive study of culture as re-         an instructor, emphasizing individual study or
             laboratory is required. Satisfies Goal 10B of the   flected in the Spanish language. Practice in         research according to the needs of the student.
             General Education Requirements. F, S                language laboratory required. PREREQ: SPAN           PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
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Department                                       Bachelor of Arts                                     Bachelor of
of Geology                                       in Geology                                           Science in
Chair and Associate Professor: Rodgers
                                                 The B.A. degree is offered to those students
                                                 who wish either a broader-based liberal arts
                                                                                                      Geology
Professor: Link, McCurry                         degree or a broader multi-disciplinary sci-          The B.S. degree is offered for undergradu-




                                                                                                                                                          College of
                                                 ence degree than is possible with the B. S.




                                                                                                                                                          Sciences
Associate Professor: Hughes                                                                           ates who wish to become professional




                                                                                                                                                           Arts and
Assistant Professor: Thackray                    The B.A. degree is especially suited for             geoscientists either after their bachelor’s
Instructor: Fortsch                              future earth science teachers, environmen-           degree or after subsequent graduate study.
Adjunct Faculty: Akersten                        tal scientists, environmental lawyers, and           It trains students in the essential observa-
Affiliate Faculty: Barrash, Bartholomay,         others who wish to learn more about how              tional and analytical skills of field geology
   Gillerman, Hackett, Kuntz,                    the earth works. The degree fulfills major           as well as more applied areas of microscope
   McDonald, R.P. Smith, R.W. Smith,             requirements for secondary school earth              petrology, geochemistry, and hydrogeology.
   Stephens, Welhan, Williams                    science teachers.                                    The B.S. degree is designed to give the
Emeritus Faculty: Ore, Strawn                    The Geology B.A. may be an excellent                 student a broad and comprehensive under-
                                                 alternative for students who desire a technical      standing of the discipline of geology and a
The ISU Department of Geology is an active
                                                 degree that prepares them for the growing            firm background in math, physics, and
community of scholars consisting of under-
                                                 field of environmental geology and hydrol-           chemistry.
graduate and graduate students, support
and research staff, and professors. Objec-       ogy, but require less of the strenuous and
tives of the department are to train students    time-consuming laboratory and field com-             Required Courses
for professional positions or further study in   ponent of the Geology B.S. To this end,              CHEM 111        General Chemistry I          5 cr
all aspects of the geosciences. Most courses     students should augment their Geology B.A.           CHEM 112        General Chemistry II         4 cr
                                                 curriculum with courses in related sciences.         GEOL 109        Physical Geology for Scientists
include field trips and hands-on experience.                                                                          (recommended)                3 cr
The ISU Geology summer field camp in             The specific program of study should be                              OR
Copper Basin, central Idaho, is nationally       designed after consultation with advisors            GEOL 101        Physical Geology             3 cr
recognized and attended by students from         in the Department of Geology and other               GEOL 110        Physical Geology for
                                                 science departments. Possible areas of em-                           Scientists Laboratory        1 cr
universities nationwide. Numerous evening                                                             GEOL 210        Rocks, Minerals,
classes are offered for the general public.      phasis include: Chemistry courses in Or-                             Fossils, and Maps            2 cr
                                                 ganic Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis,           GEOL 211        Mineralogy                   3 cr
The ISU Geology Department offers Bach-          Mathematics courses through Differential             GEOL 352        Sedimentation-Stratigraphy 4 cr
elor of Science and Bachelor of Arts Degrees,                                                         GEOL g402       Geomorphology                4 cr
                                                 Equations, Engineering Courses in Survey-            GEOL 411        Petrology                    3 cr
a Master’s Degree in Geology and a Master        ing, Geotechnics, and Fluid Mechanics,               GEOL 412        Petrology Laboratory         2 cr
of Natural Science Degree for teachers who       Biological Sciences courses in Ecology and           GEOL g420       Principles of Geochemistry 3 cr
desire more training in up-to-date science       Biochemistry, or classes in Health Physics.          GEOL 421        Structural Geology           4 cr
methods. M.S. in Geology with an empha-                                                               GEOL g431       Invertebrate Paleontology    4 cr
                                                                                                      GEOL 450**      Field Geology                6 cr
sis in Environmental Geoscience is also
available. Cooperative agreements with the       Required Courses                                     MATH 147
                                                                                                      MATH 170
                                                                                                                      Precalculus
                                                                                                                      Calculus I
                                                                                                                                                   5 cr
                                                                                                                                                   4 cr
Geology Departments at Boise State Uni-          CHEM 111         General Chemistry I          5 cr   MATH 175        Calculus II                  4 cr
                                                 GEOL 109         Physical Geology for Scientists     PHYS 111*       General Physics I            3 cr
versity and the University of Idaho facilitate                    (recommended)                3 cr                   AND
transfer of undergraduate credits and de-                         OR                                  PHYS 112*       General Physics II           3 cr
grees between the three schools. ISU has a       GEOL 101         Physical Geology             3 cr                   OR
cooperative Master’s Degree programs in          GEOL 110         Physical Geology for                PHYS 211-212*   Engineering Physics          8 cr
                                                                  Scientists Laboratory        1 cr   TOTAL: 39 required geology credits plus at
Geology and Applied Geophysics with              GEOL 102         Historical Geology           3 cr
Boise State University, and in Hydrogeology      GEOL 102L        Historical Geology
                                                                                                      least 9 other optional geology credits to
with the University of Idaho.                                     Laboratory                   1 cr   equal at least 48 geology credits. GEOL 430
                                                 GEOL 210         Rocks, Minerals, Fossils            is strongly recommended for those consid-
Students desiring a geology major or minor                        and Maps                     2 cr   ering graduate studies or employment in the
                                                 GEOL 211         Mineralogy                   3 cr
should take GEOL 109 and GEOL 110                GEOL g306        Environmental Geology        3 cr   field of environmental geology.
rather than GEOL 101 and GEOL 101L.              GEOL 352         Sedimentation-Stratigraphy 4 cr
                                                                                                         *Optional (May choose these as com-
Students who have taken GEOL 101 and             GEOL g356        Geology of Southern Idaho 2 cr
                                                                  OR                                     panions to * courses)
GEOL 101L and have decided to major in
                                                 GEOL g358        Geology of North America 3 cr
geology must take GEOL 110, which is the                                                              PHYS 113-114    General Physics Laboratory 2 cr
                                                 GEOL 421         Structural Geology           4 cr
                                                                                                      PHYS 213-214    Engineering Physics
prerequisite for many other courses in the       GEOL 431         Invertebrate Paleontology    4 cr
                                                                                                                      Laboratory                 2 cr
geology major. For the purposes of a geol-       GEOL g415        Quaternary Geology           4 cr
                                                                  OR
                                                                                                         **GEOL 450 is a 5-week summer field
ogy major or minor, only 4 credits will be       GEOL g420        Principles of Geochemistry 3 cr        course, usually taken between the jun-
granted for any combination of GEOL 101,                          OR                                     ior and senior years.
GEOL 101L, GEOL 109, and GEOL 110.               GEOL g430        Principles of Hydrogeology 3 cr
                                                 MATH 147         Precalculus                  5 cr
                                                 TOTAL: 33 to 35 geology credits plus 5 to
                                                 7 other geology credits to equal 40 credits.
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                                                                  GEOL 101L Physical Geology Laboratory 1               GEOL g306 Environmental Geology 3 cred-
             Minor in Geology                                     credit. Classification and recognition of min-        its. Humans and the environment,. Topics in-
             GEOL 109         Physical Geology for Scientists     erals and rocks, landforms on topographic maps        clude: industrial exploitation of fossil fuels,
                              (recommended)                3 cr   and air photos. Geology of Pocatello area.            energy sources, soils, water and other materi-
                              OR                                  PREREQ OR COREQ: GEOL 101. Satisfies                  als, environmental health, pollution, waste dis-
             GEOL 101         Physical Geology             3 cr   Goal 5 of the General Education Require-              posal, hazards, disasters, and land use.
             GEOL 110         Physical Geology for Scientists     ments. F, S, ASu                                      PREREQ: GEOL 101 OR 109 F
                              Laboratory                   1 cr
             GEOL 102         Historical Geology           3 cr   GEOL 102 Historical Geology 3 credits. Ma-            GEOL g314 Optical Mineralogy and Pe-
             GEOL 102L        Historical Geology                  jor events in earth history; continental drift, age   trography 3 credits. Lecture and laboratory
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                              Laboratory                   1 cr   dating, evolution of organisms, times of extinc-      covering optical properties of minerals, their
             GEOL 210         Rocks, Minerals,                    tion, mountain building, episodes of world gla-       description and identification. PREREQ: GEOL
                              Fossils and Maps             2 cr   ciation. PREREQ: GEOL 100, 101, OR 109. F             211. AF
             GEOL 211         Mineralogy                   3 cr
             GEOL g306        Environmental Geology        3 cr   GEOL 102L Historical Geology Labora-                  GEOL g322 Principles of Taphonomy 3 cred-
             IN ADDITION:     Geology electives approved          tory 1 credit. Introduction to fossils, geologic      its. Effects of processes which modify organ-
                              by the Department            7 cr   maps and cross sections. Field trips, introduc-       isms between death and the time the usually
                                   TOTAL: 23 Geology credits      tory field mapping and description of geologic        fossilized remains are studied. Emphasis on
                  NOTE: GEOL 352 and 421 are recom-               relations. COREQ OR PREREQ: GEOL 102                  vertebrates. Cross-listed as ANTH g322, BIOS
                  mended for those pursuing a Geology             AND 110. F                                            g322. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUC-
                  minor.                                                                                                TOR. AF
                                                                  GEOL 109 Physical Geology for Scientists
                                                                  3 credits. Essential physical, chemical and           GEOL 352 Sedimentation-Stratigraphy 4
                                                                  tectonic concepts in earth sciences, for geology      credits. Principles of sedimentation from source
             Bachelor’s                                           and other science/engineering majors, or those
                                                                  desiring a rigorous and stimulating introduc-
                                                                                                                        to diagenesis. The basis of stratigraphic no-
                                                                                                                        menclature, classification, and correlation of
             Degrees at Other                                     tory course. COREQ: CHEM 111 AND GEOL
                                                                  110. F
                                                                                                                        rock units. Laboratory covers unconsolidated
                                                                                                                        sediment, hand specimens, and field techniques.
                                                                  GEOL 110 Physical Geology for Scientists              PREREQ: GEOL 210 AND ENGL 201. F
             Universities                                         Laboratory 1 credit. Identification and classi-       GEOL g356 Geology of Southern Idaho 2
                                                                  fication of minerals and rocks; use of topo-          credits. A study of the geology of Southern
                                                                  graphic and geologic maps and aerial                  Idaho, including stratigraphy, thrust belt struc-
             Bachelor of Science in                               photographs. Field Trips. Required for Geol-          ture, Idaho batholith, core complexes, Challis
             Geophysics                                           ogy majors. COREQ: GEOL 109 OR PREREQ:                volcanic episode, Snake River Plain, Basin and
                                                                  GEOL 100 OR 101-101L. F, S                            Range, and Lake Bonneville. PREREQ: GEOL
             Boise State University                               GEOL 115 Physical Geography 4 credits.                101 OR 109. AS
                                                                  The study of the form of the earth’s surface, the     GEOL g358 Geology of North America 3
             Bachelor of Science in                               hydrologic cycle, weather and climate. The            credits. Regional stratigraphy and tectonics of
                                                                  global distribution of soils, animals and veg-        North America emphasizing National Parks
             Geological Engineering                               etation. Effects of climatic changes. Man’s role      and the Intermountain West. Graduate students
                                                                  in maintaining natural ecosystems. Laboratory         will do extensive additional reading in current
             University of Idaho                                  exercises and field trips. Satisfies Goal 5 of the    literature. PREREQ: GEOL 101 OR 109. AS
                                                                  General Education Requirements. F, S, ASu             GEOL g370 Analytical Geochemistry 3 cred-
             These professionally oriented degrees
             require several more physics, math, and              GEOL 122 Rocks and Stars 3 credits. A                 its. A survey of geochemical analysis tech-
                                                                  scientific and multimedia guide to planetary          niques. All aspects of analysis, including sample
             engineering classes than a B.S. in geol-
                                                                  geology principles of mass and energy interac-        collection, preparation, instrumental analysis,
             ogy. ISU students interested in these                tions; planetary growth and evolution, bolide         QA/QC procedures, interpretation and presen-
             degrees should transfer to Boise State               impacts, volcanoes and lava plains, fault             tation are discussed. Cross-listed as PHYS 370
             University or the University of Idaho after          systems and mountains, streams, dunes, mass           and CHEM 370. PREREQ: CHEM 112 AND
             their sophomore year.                                extinctions. AS                                       PHYS 112. S
                                                                  GEOL 201 Rocks, Rails, and Trails 1                   GEOL g371 Historical Geography of Idaho
                                                                  credit. Interaction between geology, geog-
             Geology Courses                                      raphy and early history of Southeast Idaho,
                                                                                                                        4 credits. Influences of geography and geol-
                                                                                                                        ogy on Idaho’s economic, political and cul-
             GEOL 100 Survey of Geology 4 credits.                emphasizing the fur trapping period, the              tural history. May be team taught. Labs, field
             Interaction of humans with the environment.          Oregon and California Trails, the coming of           trips, discussion sections. Cross-listed as HIST
             Historical and modern attempts to manage and         the railroad, and early Pocatello. Field trips.       g371 and POLS g371. AS
             use earth resources. Water resources, natural        Graded S/U. F                                         GEOL 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Work-
             and human-caused disasters, energy, waste (in-       GEOL 210 Rocks, Minerals, Fossils and                 shops aimed at the development and improve-
             cluding radioactive) management, laboratory          Maps 2 credits. Hand-specimen and field iden-         ment of skills. Does not satisfy requirements
             exercises, field trips. Satisfies Goal 5 of the      tification of geologic elements. Map relations,       for a major or a minor. May be repeated.
             General Education Requirements. F, S, Su             including construction of cross sections and          Graded S/U. D
             GEOL 101 Physical Geology 3 credits.                 geologic histories. Introduction to important         GEOL g402 Geomorphology 4 credits. Pro-
             Geological fundamentals: rocks and minerals,         fossil groups. PREREQ: GEOL 110. S                    cess—response approach to landforms and land-
             geologic time, plate tectonics, earthquakes,         GEOL 211 Mineralogy 3 credits. Introduc-              scapes. Historical perspectives, endo- and
             volcanoes, surface processes, earth resources        tion to minerals and rocks, their chemical com-       exogenetic processes, equilibrium and relict
             and climatic change. COREQ: GEOL 101L IS             position and their identification by physical         landforms. Emphasis on interrelations among
             RECOMMENDED. Satisfies Goal 5 of the                 properties. Includes fundamentals of crystal          various geologic sub-disciplines. Field trips,
             General Education Requirements. F, S, ASu            chemistry as related to major rock-forming            some lab exercises. PREREQ: GEOL 421. S
                                                                  minerals. PREREQ: GEOL 101 OR 109, GEOL
                                                                  110 AND CHEM 111. F
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GEOL g405 Volcanology 3 credits. Aspects             GEOL g442 Economic Mineralogy Labora-               the themes that the History Department
of physical and chemical volcanology: types of       tory 2 credits. Identification and study of         emphasizes in its courses. The History ma-
volcanoes; interpretation of volcanic deposits;      economic minerals and commodities using tech-       jor at ISU thus offers a multi-dimensional
properties of magma; generation, rise and stor-      niques of hand specimen identification, study
                                                                                                         study of the human experience across time
age of magma; volcanic hazards and predic-           of fluid inclusions, and ore microscopy using
tion. PREREQ: GEOL 411. F                            transmitted and reflected light. PREREQ OR          and space.
GEOL g411 Petrology 3 credits. Classifica-           COREQ: GEOL g440. S                                 The History department encourages stu-
tion, genesis and mineralogy of the principal        GEOL 450 Field Geology 6 credits. Five -            dents both to examine questions of human
igneous and metamorphic rock associations.           week summer field camp, applying standard           values and to develop skills in the analysis




                                                                                                                                                               College of

                                                                                                                                                               Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                Arts and
PREREQ: GEOL 210 AND 211. COREQ:                     geologic field instruments and geologic con-        of complex issues. This training helps
GEOL 412. S                                          cepts to a series of field problems. PREREQ:
                                                                                                         prepare one to teach at the secondary level,
GEOL g412 Petrology Laboratory 2 credits.            GEOL 352 AND 421. Su
                                                                                                         to enter public affairs, journalism, law or
Microscopic identification of igneous and meta-      GEOL g463 Subsurface Geologic Mapping
                                                                                                         business, or to pursue graduate work in
morphic minerals and rocks. PREREQ: GEOL             3 credits. Generation and correlation of struc-
210 AND 211; COREQ: GEOL 411. S                      tural and stratigraphic cross-sections, unit iso-   History or a related discipline.
GEOL 413 Sedimentary Rocks in Thin Sec-              pach and thickness maps using downhole cores/       To declare a major in history, a student
tion 2 credits. A variety of terrigenous,            cuttings and well logs. Seismic mapping tech-
                                                                                                         must have sophomore standing and a grade
volcaniclastic, and carbonate rocks will be          niques. Regional examples including INEL.
                                                     PREREQ: GEOL 101 OR 109. D                          point average of 2.0 or better. We recom-
studied. PREREQ OR COREQ: GEOL 411. F                                                                    mend students visit with advisers at least
GEOL g415 Quaternary Geology 4 cred-                 GEOL g465 Petroleum Geology 3 credits.
                                                                                                         once a semester.
its. Use and interpretation of landforms,            The organization, function, and methods of
sediments, and fossil life in the reconstruc-        petroleum companies; generation, migration,
tion of Quaternary events, environment, and          and entrapment of petroleum; worldwide pro-
climates. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF
INSTRUCTOR. S
                                                     duction and reserves; local potential; careers in
                                                     the petroleum industry. Field trips. PREREQ:
                                                                                                         Bachelor of Arts
                                                     GEOL 210, 352. AF
GEOL g417 General Soils 3 credits. Forma-
tion, morphology, and distribution of soils,         GEOL 482 Independent Problems and Stud-             in History
including developments in soil classification.       ies in Geology 1-3 credits. Investigation of a
PREREQ: GEOL 101, 109, OR 115 OR PER-                geologic problem chosen by the student and          Graduation Requirements
MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                             approved by the staff. May be repeated until 6
                                                     credits are earned. D                               All history majors are required to take the
GEOL g420 Principles of Geochemistry 3
                                                     GEOL g491 Seminar 1 credit. Field trip or           following courses in addition to the Gen-
credits. Chemistry of the earth; discussion of
factors controlling abundance, distribution, and     discussion of current geologic literature and       eral Education Requirements for the B.A.
migration of chemical elements within the            geologic problems. May be repeated for a            degree:
earth. PREREQ: GEOL 211 AND CHEM 112,                maximum of 3 credits. PREREQ: PERMIS-
                                                                                                         HIST 101        Foundation of
OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                       SION OF INSTRUCTOR. Graded S/U. F, S
                                                                                                                         Western Civilization           3 cr
GEOL 421 Structural Geology 4 credits.               GEOL 493 Senior Thesis 4 credits. See “All          HIST 102        Development of
                                                     University” courses and curriculum. F, S                            Western Civilization           3 cr
Structure of the earth’s crust. Investigation of
                                                                                                         HIST 111        U.S. History I (to 1865)       3 cr
behavior of materials; identification and inter-                                                         HIST 112        U.S. History II (to present)   3 cr
pretation of earth structures. PREREQ: MATH                                                              HIST 291        The Historian’s Craft          3 cr
147 OR EQUIVALENT, GEOL 352. S
GEOL g430 Principles of Hydrogeology 3
                                                     Department                                          HIST g491       Seminar                        3 cr


credits. Surface and groundwater occurrence,                                                             One of these Third World Classes:
movement and recovery, water quality and pol-
lution, well construction principles, and com-
                                                     of History                                          HIST 251
                                                                                                         HIST 252
                                                                                                                         Latin American Civilization
                                                                                                                         East Asian History
                                                                                                                                                        3 cr
                                                                                                                                                        3 cr
puter modeling. PREREQ: GEOL 100, 101, OR                                                                HIST 254        Middle Eastern Civilization    3 cr
109, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                  Chair and Professor: A. Christelow                  HIST 255        African History and Culture    3 cr
                                                     Professors: S. Christelow, Hale,
GEOL g431 Invertebrate Paleontology 4
credits. Principles of biology and geology              Hatzenbuehler, Owens, Ruckman,                   Two of these upper division classes
applied to the study of fossil invertebrates.           Swanson                                          with a comparative or world history
Consideration is given to morphology, classi-        Associate Professor: Boag                           emphasis:
fication, evolution, paleoecology, and the strati-   Adjunct Faculty: Kuhlman
                                                                                                         HIST g311       American Cultures before
graphic significance of fossils. PREREQ:             Academic Outreach Adjunct Faculty:                                  1800                         3 cr
PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                             Hedberg, Maheras, Reinke, Ryder                  HIST g320       Renaissance Creativity       3 cr
GEOL g435 Vertebrate Paleontology 4 cred-            Professor Emeritus: Marley                          HIST g322       Religious Reformation and
its. Phylogenetic history of the vertebrates                                                                             Conflict                     3 cr
                                                                                                         HIST g325       Industrialization and
outlined in the light of morphology, classifica-
                                                     In addition to facilitating one’s understand-                       Social Change                3 cr
tion evolution, paleoecology, and the signifi-                                                           HIST g356       Imperialism and
cance of fossils. Field trips. Cross-listed as       ing of past developments and cultures, the
                                                                                                                         Progressivism                3 cr
BIOS g435. PREREQ: GEOL g431 OR BIOS                 study of history should expand a person’s           HIST g360       The Spanish Empire           3 cr
g314 OR EQUIVALENT. D                                interests and challenge his/her preconcep-          HIST g427       American West                3 cr
                                                     tions. The process of interaction of human          HIST g429       Foreign Relations since 1900 3 cr
GEOL g440 Ore Deposits 3 credits. Nature,                                                                HIST g435       Colonial Frontiers in America
mode of occurrence, origin of ores with each         communities with the environment, conti-                            and Africa                   3 cr
type related to a given rock association and as      nuity and change in societies through time,         HIST g437       Families in Former Times     3 cr
the product of a particular environment.             the complex connections between the indi-           HIST g439       Women in History             3 cr
PREREQ: GEOL 210 OR PERMISSION OF                    vidual and society and the possibilities for        HIST g446       Social and Economic
INSTRUCTOR. D                                                                                                            History of Greece and Rome 3 cr
                                                     individual action and creativity are among
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             HIST g448          Medieval Social and                   HIST 102 Development of Western Civiliza-             HIST 291 The Historian’s Craft 3 credits.
                                Economic History               3 cr   tion 3 credits. Western civilization from the         Takes an interdisciplinary approach to historical
             HIST g451          Constituting Modern Spain      3 cr   17th century to the present. Satisfies Goal 10A       research. Trains students in diverse methods of
             IN ADDITION:                                             of the General Education Requirements. F, S           inquiry and analysis. Cross-listed as AMST 291. D
             Any three additional 300-400 level history               HIST 111 U.S. History I (to 1865) 3 credits.          HIST g311 American Cultures before 1800
                classes:                                   9 cr       Colonial origins and achievement of indepen-          3 credits. A study of American cultures prior to
             Any two additional 200-400 level history                 dence, constitutional government, national            the arrival of Europeans, of the variety of
                classes:                                   6 cr       boundaries, and the preservation of the union.        transplanted cultures in America, and their
                                                   Total: 42 cr       Cross-listed as AMST 111. Satisfies Goal 9 of         changes over time. D
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                                                                      the General Education Requirements. F, S              HIST g313 The Age of Jefferson 3 credits.
             class (461, 462, or 463) to fulfill the re-              HIST 112 U.S. History II (to present) 3               The emergence of the American nation focus-
             quirements necessitates the permission of                credits. The domestic and international de-           ing on Thomas Jefferson and his contributions.
             the History Chair.                                       velopment of a plural, industrial society. Cross-     Special emphasis on the American Revolution,
                                                                      listed as AMST 112. Satisfies Goal 9 of the           nation-building, and the early years under the
                                                                      General Education Requirements. F, S                  Constitution. PREREQ: HIST 111. D
             Minor in History                                         HIST 205 Problems in History 3 credits. An            HIST g315 Civil War and Reconstruction 3
             All history minors are required to take the              investigation of specific historical problems         credits. U.S. 1840-1877. The origins of the
             following:                                               with relevance to the present day. Designed           war between the states and the legacy of the war
                                                                      primarily for the non-history major. Problem,         and Reconstruction for North and South. D
             HIST 101           Foundation of Western                 theme, or period varies with each course. D           HIST g317 Industrialization and Reform in
                                Civilization                   3 cr
             HIST 102           Development of
                                                                      HIST 221 Greece and Rome 3 credits. Social,           America 3 credits. U.S. 1877-1914. The emer-
                                Western Civilization           3 cr   political, economic and cultural developments         gence of a modern, industrialized society and
             HIST 111           U.S. History I (to 1865)       3 cr   of the Mediterranean world during Greek and           its many problems; agricultural and labor pro-
             HIST 112           U.S. History II (to present)   3 cr   Roman times. D                                        test and the challenge of new ideas in the social,
                                                                      HIST 223 Medieval Europe 3 credits. The               economic and intellectual realms. D
             Plus one of these Third World classes:
             HIST 251           Latin American Civilization    3 cr   decline of the Roman Empire; the early devel-         HIST g319 Modern America 3 credits. United
             HIST 252           East Asian History             3 cr   opment of the states of western Europe; the           States, 1914-1960. The major political, social,
             HIST 254           Middle Eastern Civilization    3 cr   Medieval Church and the Papacy; and the               and economic developments; the Twenties; the
             HIST 255           African History and Culture    3 cr   industry, philosophy, science, and arts of the        Great Depression; the New Deal; and
                                                                      Middle Ages. D                                        post-World War II America. D
             Plus two additional 200-400 level classes in
             history:                                                 HIST 225 United States Military History 3             HIST g320 Renaissance Creativity 3 credits.
                                                              6 cr    credits. Survey of the origins and development        The social history of the imagination, 1300-1650.
                                                      Total: 21 cr    of the U.S. military with appropriate attention       Examines comparatively the conditions promot-
                                                                      to developments outside the U.S. Cross-listed         ing individual creativity in an age of significant
             Teaching Majors and                                      as AMST 225. D                                        cultural change. PREREQ: HIST 101. D
                                                                      HIST 251 Latin American Civilization 3                HIST g321 Post-Modern America 3 credits.
             Minors                                                   credits. The fusion of Indian, European and           1950 to the present. The end of the modern era
                                                                      African traditions with particular attention to       in the 1960s; post-modern social, cultural, and
             All students exercising this option must                 Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. Special empha-          political developments. D
             have an advisor in the History Department                sis will be given to the impact on intellectuals      HIST g322 Religious Reformation and Con-
             as well as in the College of Education.                  of nationalism, Indianist movements and Marx-         flict 3 credits. A comparative study of the
                                                                      ism. Satisfies Goal 10A of the General Educa-         development of new faith communities and the
                                                                      tion Requirements. D                                  religious violence which shattered the unity of
             Pre-Law Majors                                           HIST 252 East Asian History 3 credits. The            Western Christianity, 1300-1650. PREREQ:
             Tom Hale is the pre-law advisor for the                  origins and growth of the distinctive cultures of     HIST 101. D
                                                                      China and Japan; their encounters with the West       HIST g323 Old Regime and French Revolu-
             History Department. Students interested
                                                                      and different responses to Westernization, and        tion 3 credits. A study of traditional European
             in a postgraduate legal education should                 their roles in the modern world. Satisfies Goal
             consult regularly with him.                                                                                    institutions, society, and culture from 1650 to
                                                                      10A of the General Education Requirements. D          1789 and their transformation in the age of the
                                                                      HIST 254 Middle Eastern Civilization 3 cred-          French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789-1815. D
             Foreign Language                                         its. Middle Eastern Civilization from the emer-
                                                                      gence of Islam to the present. Emphasis on
                                                                                                                            HIST g325 Industrialization and Social
                                                                                                                            Change 3 credits. Impact of European and
             Recommendation                                           fundamentals of Islamic culture and modern
                                                                      political and social developments. Satisfies Goal
                                                                                                                            American Industrial Revolutions on diverse
                                                                                                                            social groups and their ways of life, on social
             All students, particularly those plan-                   10A of the General Education Requirements. D          habits and customs, and on politics and culture.
             ning graduate work, are strongly urged                   HIST 255 African History and Culture 3                PREREQ: HIST 102 AND 112. D
             to develop a foreign language program                    credits. An introductory survey of Africa cover-      HIST g326 Twentieth Century Europe 3
             in addition to the courses required for                  ing traditional political systems and culture, the    credits. Europe in crisis: the origins and conse-
             the BA degree. Students should consult                   impact of Christianity and Islam, the economic        quences of World War I; the breakdown of the
             with their advisors.                                     and political intrusion of Europe, and the devel-     Versailles settlement; the Great Depression
                                                                      opment of economic and political crises in con-       and the rise of the fascist states; World War II
                                                                      temporary Africa. Satisfies Goal 10A of the           and the tensions of the Cold War. D
             History Courses                                          General Education Requirements. D
                                                                                                                            HIST g336 Idaho and the Northwest 3 cred-
                                                                      HIST 258 Native American History 3 credits.           its. Background for the settlement of Idaho;
             HIST 101 Foundation of Western Civilization              Assesses diversity of North American natives,
             3 credits. Western civilization from its roots in the                                                          territorial developments and statehood; Idaho
                                                                      their life and thought; European impact; federal      in the twentieth century and its relation to the
             Near East to the 17th century. Satisfies Goal 10A        policy; and natives’ response to continual cultural
             of the General Education Requirements. F, S                                                                    other states in the Pacific Northwest. D
                                                                      and physical assault. Cross-listed as AMST 258. D
                                                                                                                                                        89
HIST g352 Islam and Nationalism in the              HIST g437 Families in Former Times 3 cred-            HUM 301 Issues in the Humanities 1-4 credits.
Modern World 3 credits. A study of the              its. Reconstructs the marriage patterns and do-       Designed to demonstrate the interdisciplinary ap-
interaction of Islam and national and ethnic        mestic lives of people in pre-industrial Europe       proach to our culture through the study of at least
identities in the Middle East including North       (1000-1700 AD).                                       two related disciplines in the arts and humanities.
Africa from 1800 up to the recent past. D           HIST g439 Women in History 3 credits.                 Issue, theme, or historical period studied varies
HIST g356 Imperialism and Progressivism             Shifting images and perceptions of women and          with each course offering. Maximum 8 credits. D
3 credits. A study of the world 1880-1920.          women’s roles, as contrasted with the realities       HUM 402 Seminar in Humanities 2-4 cred-
Movements of change within the West, Third          of women’s lives, with emphasis on 19th cen-          its. A seminar using interdisciplinary method-
World responses to the Western challenge, and       tury Europe and America and the development           ology to explore particular, designated issues




                                                                                                                                                                College of

                                                                                                                                                                Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                 Arts and
global crisis. PREREQ: HIST 252, HIST 254,          of the movement for women’s emancipation. D           in the humanities. Maximum 8 credits. D
OR HIST 255. D                                      HIST g443 English History 3 credits. Survey
HIST g360 The Spanish Empire 3 credits.             of the more important British political, constitu-
The geographic, cultural, economic, adminis-
trative and military dimensions of the encoun-
                                                    tional, economic, and cultural developments from
                                                    Anglo-Saxon times to the Victorian period. D
                                                                                                          Program in
ters and conflicts among the peoples of a major     HIST g444 Victorian England and After 3
global empire from its medieval beginnings to
its final collapse in the Napoleonic era. D
                                                    credits. England, 1837 to the present. An ex-
                                                    amination of the cultural, social, political, and
                                                                                                          International
HIST g371 Historical Geography of Idaho             economic history of the most prosperous and
4 credits. Influences of geography and ge-
ology on Idaho’s economic, political and
                                                    productive period of English history including
                                                    British national and imperial decline in the
                                                                                                          Studies
cultural history. May be team taught. Labs,         twentieth century. D
field trips, discussion sections. Cross-listed                                                            Director and Professor: Foster
                                                    HIST g446 Social and Economic History of
as GEOL g371 and POLS g371. AS                      Greece and Rome 3 credits. Investigates               The International Studies Program offers to
HIST g375 Early France and the Age of               ways in which geography, demography and               students an opportunity to expand their
Chivalry 3 credits. Tests the assumption that       politics affected the mentalities and behav-          cultural, linguistic, and social horizons be-
French culture from AD 400 to l400 epitomized       iors of social groups—women, patrons, cli-
                                                                                                          yond their own local experience. As the
the culture of the middle ages—imperialistic,       ents and slaves—and the functioning of
romantic, religious, feudal and chivalric. D        households, villages and cities. D                    world becomes increasingly interdependent
                                                                                                          it demands of all of us an expanded knowl-
HIST g381-g382 Russian History 3 credits.           HIST g448 Medieval Social and Economic
                                                                                                          edge of other people, their social and politi-
Russia from its origins through the Great Re-       History 3 credits. Analyzes the impact of politi-
forms and the rise of revolutionary ideas in        cal instability, migration and environment upon       cal institutions, and their culture. The
Czarist Russia to the revolutions of 1917 and       European women and men from roughly AD                program leads to a B.A. in International
the development of Soviet Russia. D                 400 to l400 and their economic responses. D           Studies. There is no B.S. option.
HIST 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops            HIST g451 Constituting Modern Spain                   The International Studies Program encour-
aimed at the development and improvement of         3 credits. Comparative study of Spaniards’ at-
                                                                                                          ages students to develop a general under-
skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a ma-     tempts to create a constitutional regime that would
jor or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D      provide a stable political framework in the face of   standing of language, culture, economics, and
                                                    serious religious, national, and class divisions,     politics while simultaneously offering the
HIST g405 Problems in History 3 credits. A
                                                    1808 to the present. PREREQ: HIST 102. D              opportunity to specialize in one of three areas:
thorough consideration of historical problems,
particularly from a comparative perspective.        HIST g461-g462-463 Independent Study 1-3              1. Political and Economic Development;
Designed to give deeper insight into problems,      credits. Selected readings in areas and periods not
issues, and topics which are treated more gen-      covered by the regular curriculum offerings.          2. Language, Literature, and Culture; or
erally in other courses. D                          PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
                                                                                                          3. The United States and World Affairs.
HIST g427 American West 3 credits.                  HIST g491 Seminar 3 credits. Reading, dis-
Comparison of various American Wests in real-       cussion, and preparation of research papers on
ity and imagination; emphasis on exploration,       selected topics. (For seniors majoring in his-
settlement, ethnic groups, economic develop-
ment, resource utilization, and cultural depic-
                                                    tory.) PREREQ: HIST 291 OR PERMISSION
                                                    OF INSTRUCTOR. D
                                                                                                          Major in
tion. PREREQ: HIST 111 AND HIST 112. D
HIST g429 Foreign Relations since 1900 3
                                                                                                          International
credits. A study of foreign relations in the
twentieth century from an international per-
                                                    Humanities                                            Studies
spective. Special emphasis on the impact of
wars on various peoples and cultures. D
HIST g430 Environmental History 3 cred-
                                                    Courses                                               General Requirements
its. Historical examination of the social, intel-                                                         The following courses may be taken as
                                                    HUM 101 Survey of Humanities 3 credits.
lectual, cultural, ecological, and political                                                              part of the general education requirements
                                                    An interdisciplinary course examining the re-
aspects of human interaction with the North                                                               of the University:
                                                    lationship between the arts from the Classical
American environment from Asian migration
                                                    Age through the Enlightenment. Humanities
to the present. D                                                                                         1. Sixteen (16) credits of a modern foreign
                                                    101 and 102 together satisfy Goals 6 and 7 of
HIST g435 Colonial Frontiers in America             the General Education Requirements. D                    language or the equivalent demonstrated
and Africa 3 credits. A comparative                                                                          competency. The languages offered at
                                                    HUM 102 Survey of Humanities II 3 credits.
examination of exploration, conquest, and                                                                    Idaho State University are French, Ger-
                                                    An interdisciplinary course examining the re-
resistance, and the interaction of cultures in                                                               man, Russian, and Spanish.
                                                    lationship between the arts from the nineteenth
frontier settings. Examines both the realities
                                                    to the twentieth century. Humanities 101 and
of the frontier and their impact on Western                                                               2. Economics 201, Economic Principles
                                                    102 together satisfy Goals 6 and 7 of the
thought and imagination. D                                                                                   and problems (3 credits).
                                                    General Education Requirements. D
             90
                                                                                                                       SPAN g428        Spanish Literature through
             Major Requirements                                    Option 2: Language,                                                  Golden Age                    3 cr
             The major in International Studies, in ad-            Literature, and Culture                             SPAN g471        Readings in Spanish           2 cr
                                                                                                                       SPAN g481        Independent Studies in
             dition to the general requirements stated             This option is for those wishing to study the                        Spanish                       3 cr
             above, requires thirty-seven (37) credits             language, literature, and culture of societies
             distributed in the following categories:                                                                  Additional Courses:
                                                                   other than the United States. It is limited to
                                                                                                                       ENGL g455        Studies in a Major
                                                                   concentrations in German, French, and                                National Literature           3 cr
             Required Courses                                      Spanish. No more than twelve (12) of the                             (Cross-listed as LANG 415)
College of




                                                                   required eighteen (18) credits may be taken         ENGL g456        Comparative Literature        3 cr
Sciences
 Arts and




             Nine (9) credits:                                                                                         LANG 107         Nature of Language            3 cr
                                                                   from the offerings of a single department.
             I S 200          Simulation                                                                                                (Cross-listed as ANTH 107
                              (May be repeated once)        1 cr                                                                        and ENGL 107)
             I S 400          Simulation                           French                                              LANG 207         Contemporary European
                              (May be repeated once)        1 cr                                                                        Culture                       3 cr
                                                                   FREN 301-302   French Conversation and
             I S 493          Senior Thesis                 4 cr                                                       LATN 471         Readings in Latin             2 cr
                                                                                  Composition                  6 cr
             POLS 221         Introduction to                                                                          RUSS 301-302     Russian Conversation and
                                                                   FREN g341-g342Survey of French Literature and
                              International Relations       3 cr                                                                        Composition                   6 cr
                                                                                  Civilization                 6 cr
                                                                                                                       RUSS 471         Readings in Russian           2 cr
                                                                   FREN g361      Seventeenth Century French
             Areas of Concentration                                               Literature                   3 cr
                                                                                                                       Option 3: The United States
                                                                   FREN g401      French Current Affairs       3 cr
             Eighteen (18) credits                                 FREN g421      Eighteenth Century                   and World Affairs
                                                                                  French Literature            3 cr
             Students must complete eighteen (18) cred-            FREN g431      Twentieth Century                    This option is for those students whose
             its to be chosen from within one of the                              French Literature            3 cr
                                                                                                                       primary interest is in American foreign
             following options.                                    FREN g451      French Romanticism           3 cr
                                                                   FREN g462      French Realism and                   policy and national security affairs. No
                                                                                  Naturalism                   3 cr    more than twelve (12) of the required
             Option 1: Political and                               FREN g471      Readings in French           2 cr    eighteen (18) credits may be taken from
                                                                   FREN g481      Independent Studies in
             Economic Development                                                 French                       3 cr    the offering of a single department.
                                                                   HIST 255       African History and Culture 3 cr
             This option has as its focus the issues of            HIST g323      Old Regime and                       Economics
             political and economic development in those                          French Revolution            3 cr
             parts of the world which at once seek the             HIST g325      Industrialization and                ECON g334        International Economics       3 cr
                                                                                  Social Change                3 cr    ECON g338        Public Finance                3 cr
             possibility of change and are threatened by           HIST g326      Twentieth Century Europe 3 cr
             change. Eighteen credits are to be selected           HIST g375      Early France and the Age             History
             from the following list and approved by                              of Chivalry                  3 cr    HIST 225         United States
             your advisor. No more than nine (9) of the                                                                                 Military History              3 cr
                                                                   German                                              HIST g429        Foreign Relations
             required eighteen (18) credits are to be                                                                                   Since 1900                    3 cr
                                                                   GERM 301-302   German Conversation and
             taken from any one department’s offerings.                           Composition                   6 cr
                                                                   GERM g341-g342 Survey of German Literature          Political Science
             Anthropology                                                         and Civilization              6 cr   POLS 326         Recent American Foreign
                                                                   GERM g353      German Realism and                                    Policy                        3 cr
             ANTH 250         Introduction to Sociocultural                       Naturalism                    3 cr   POLS g403        The Presidency                3 cr
                              Anthropology                  3 cr   GERM g363      The Age of Goethe             3 cr   POLS g404        The Legislative Process       3 cr
             ANTH g402        Ecological Anthropology       3 cr   GERM g401      German Current Affairs        3 cr   POLS g425        Topics in
                                                                   GERM g413      German Romanticism            3 cr                    International Politics        3 cr
             Economics                                             GERM g423      Modern German Literature      3 cr                    (in consultation with your advisor
             ECON g334        International Economics       3 cr   GERM g433      Survey of German Poetry       3 cr                    and when the topic relates to
             ECON g433        Economic Development          3 cr   GERM g471      Readings in German            2 cr                    American foreign policy)
             ECON g472        Comparative Economic                 GERM g481      Independent Studies in               POLS g453        Public Policy Analysis        3 cr
                              Systems                       3 cr                  German                        3 cr

             History
                                                                   HIST g325      Industrialization and
                                                                                  Social Change                 3 cr   Electives
                                                                   HIST g326      Twentieth Century Europe      3 cr
             HIST 251       Latin American Civilization     3 cr                                                       Ten (10) credits to be selected from either
             HIST 252       East Asian History              3 cr
             HIST 254       Middle Eastern Civilization     3 cr
                                                                   Spanish                                             courses listed in Options 1, 2, and 3 and
             HIST 255       African History and Culture     3 cr   HIST 251       Latin American Civilization 3 cr     not taken to fulfill the requirements for
             HIST g352      Islam and Nationalism in               HIST g360      The Spanish Empire          3 cr     one of those options; or the courses listed
                            the Modern World                3 cr   HIST g451      Constituting Modern Spain 3 cr
                                                                   SPAN 301-302   Spanish Conversation and
                                                                                                                       below; or a mixture of option courses and
             HIST g356      Imperialism and
                            Progressivism                   3 cr                  Composition                  6 cr    those listed here.
             HIST g381-g382 Russian History                 6 cr   SPAN g338      Spanish Enlightenment and
                                                                                  Romanticism                  3 cr
             Political Science                                     SPAN g339      Spanish Realism Through
                                                                                                                       History
                                                                                  Generation of ‘98            3 cr    HIST g223      Medieval Europe              3 cr
             POLS 331         Comparative Politics:
                                                                   SPAN g341-g342 Spanish & Hispanic Literature        HIST g356      Imperialism and
                              Framework for Analysis        3 cr
                                                                                  and Civilization            6 cr                    Progressivism                3 cr
             POLS g332        Comparative Politics:
                                                                   SPAN g358      Twentieth Century                    HIST g381-g382 Russian History              6 cr
                              Change and Political Order    3 cr
                                                                                  Spanish Literature           3 cr    HIST 435       Colonial Frontiers in America
             POLS g433        Politics of Developing
                                                                   SPAN g401      Spanish Current Affairs     3 cr                    and Africa                   3 cr
                              Nations                       3 cr
                                                                   SPAN g418      Early Latin American                 HIST g443      English History              3 cr
             Sociology                                                            Literature                  3 cr     HIST g444      Victorian England and After 3 cr
                                                                   SPAN g419      Modern Latin American                HIST g448      Medieval Social and
             SOC g364         Industry and Society          3 cr                  Literature                  3 cr                    Economic History             3 cr
                                                                                                                                                       91
International Studies                                majors and minors. May be repeated once for a        courses numbered 300 or above have learned
I S 200           Simulation                  1 cr   maximum of two (2) credits. F, S                     (a) at least one computer language and (b)
I S 300           Travel and Study Abroad     3 cr   I S 300 Travel and Study Abroad 3 credits.           introductory material in abstract mathemat-
                  (May be repeated once for          Travel and study abroad through student              ics, as in MATH 287.
                  a total of 6 cr)                   exchange programs and other supervised
I S 301           Seminar: the
                  International World       1-3 cr
                                                     experiences. May be repeated once for a total
                                                     of six (6) credits. F, S
I S 350
                  (May be repeated once)
                  International Symposium
                  (May be repeated up to a
                                              1 cr   I S 301 Seminar: the International World             Bachelor of




                                                                                                                                                              College of
                                                     1-3 credits. Selected topics of international




                                                                                                                                                              Sciences
                                                                                                                                                               Arts and
I S 400
                   total of 3 cr)
                  Simulation                  1 cr
                                                     interest. Offered for visiting student study
                                                     groups and ISU students. May be repeated
                                                                                                          Science in
Political Science
POLS g425         Topics in International
                                                     once. F, S
                                                     I S 350 International Symposium 1-3 cred-
                                                                                                          Mathematics
                  Politics                    3 cr   its. Participation in organizing the annual
                  (May be repeated to a
                  maximum of 6 cr)
                                                     Frank Church International Symposium and             Required Courses
                                                     attendance at the sessions. May be repeated
                                                                                                          MATH 280         FORTRAN                     2 cr
Speech                                               twice. F, S
                                                                                                                           OR
SPCH g447         Rhetoric of Hitler and             I S 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshop               C S 181          Introduction to Computer
                  Churchill                   3 cr   aimed at the development and improvement of                           Science and Programming I   3 cr
SPCH g452         Conflict Management         3 cr   skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a ma-      MATH 287         Discrete Structures         3 cr
                                                     jor or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D       MATH g326        Elementary Analysis         3 cr
Business                                                                                                  MATH g330        Linear Algebra              3 cr
                                                     I S 400 Simulation 1-2 credits. Preparation for,     MATH g331        Modern Algebra              3 cr
MGT g465          International Business      3 cr   and participation in, a simulation of interna-       MATH g360        Differential Equations      3 cr
MKTG g465         International Marketing     3 cr
                                                     tional affairs. Required for International Studies
FIN g475          International Corporate
                  Finance                     3 cr   majors and minors. May be repeated once. F, S        Plus one of the following two courses:
                                                     I S 493 Senior Thesis 4 credits. Interna-            MATH g327        Vector Analysis             3 cr
                                                     tional Studies majors will write and present         MATH g332        Modern Algebra              3 cr
Minor in                                             a senior thesis under direction of one of the
                                                                                                          Plus two of the following three
                                                     faculty affiliated with the International
International Studies                                Studies Program. F, S                                sequences:
                                                                                                          MATH g423-g424 Introduction to
                                                                                                                         Real Analysis                 6 cr
General Requirements
1. Eight (8) credits in a foreign language or
                                                     Department                                           MATH g441-g442 Introduction to
                                                                                                                         Numerical Analysis
                                                                                                          MATH g450-g451 Mathematical Statistics
                                                                                                                                                       6 cr
                                                                                                                                                       6 cr
   the equivalent demonstrated competency.
2. Economics 201 (3 credits).                        of                                                   Plus 3 credits of 400-level mathematics
                                                                                                          coursework.

Minor Requirements                                   Mathematics                                          Bachelor of
In addition to the General Requirements,
students wishing to minor in International           Chair and Associate Professor: Ford
Studies must complete twenty-three (23)              Assistant Chair and Associate Professor:
                                                        Lay
                                                                                                          Science in
credits as detailed under Required Courses
and Electives below.                                 Professors: Egger, R. Fisher, R. Hill,
                                                        Kratz, Lang
                                                                                                          Mathematics
Required Courses                                     Associate Professors: Bosworth, Chang,
                                                        Cresswell, L. Hill, Laquer, Parker,
                                                                                                          with a Computer
POLS 221          Introduction to                       Stowe, Wolper
I S 200
                  International Relations
                  Simulation
                                              3 cr
                                              1 cr
                                                     Assistant Professors: Hanin, Kantabutra,             Science
I S 400           Simulation                  1 cr      Kriloff

Electives                                            The Bachelor of Science program is de-
                                                                                                          Emphasis
                                                     signed to prepare students to take positions
Eighteen (18) credits selected from any of           in industry, to pursue graduate training, or         Required Courses
the courses listed in the categories ([1]            to enter the teaching profession. The                C S 181          Introduction to
Required Courses, [2] Areas of Con-                  Computer Science Emphasis option to the                               Computer Science
centration, and [3] Electives) under Major           Bachelor of Science degree is intended to                             and Programming I           3 cr
Requirements.                                                                                             C S 182          Introduction to
                                                     provide the basic skills in computer science                          Computer Science
                                                     in addition to a strong mathematics back-                             and Programming II          3 cr
International Studies                                ground. Both programs allow some flex-
                                                     ibility in course work which necessitates
                                                                                                          C S 283          Introduction to
                                                                                                                           Computer Systems I          3 cr
                                                                                                          C S 284          Introduction to
Courses                                              close cooperation with a mathematics de-                              Computer Systems II         3 cr
                                                     partment advisor who should be selected              C S 385          Data Structures and
I S 200 Simulation 1 credit. Preparation for,                                                                              Algorithm Analysis I        3 cr
                                                     early in the student’s career. It is assumed
and participation in, a simulation of interna-                                                            C S 386          Data Structures and
tional affairs. Required for International Studies   that all students registered in mathematics                           Algorithm Analysis II       3 cr
             92
             C S 487          Topics in Computer Science   3 cr   MATH 025 Elementary Algebra 0 credits (3            MATH 157 Structure of Arithmetic for El-
             C S 488          Senior Project               3 cr   credit equivalent) (Replaces Math 51) Vari-         ementary School Teachers 3 credits. Devel-
             MATH 330         Linear Algebra               3 cr
                                                                  ables and algebraic expressions. The number         opment of number systems. Emphasis on
             MATH g360        Differential Equations       3 cr
                                                                  line. Linear equations and inequalities. Expan-     principles, representations, and concept devel-
                                                                  sion and factorization of expressions. Absolute     opment. For elementary education majors.
             Plus two of the following five                       values. Quadratic equations. Cartesian coordi-      PREREQ: MATH 143. F, S, Su
             sequences, at least one of which must                nates. Slopes and equations of lines. Two-by-       MATH 160 Brief Calculus 4 credits. (Re-
             be a 400-level sequence:                             two linear systems. Graded S/U. F, S, Su            places Math 120) Course in differential and
             MATH g331-g332 Modern Algebra                6 cr    MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra 3 Credits             integral calculus designed primarily for stu-
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




             MATH g355-g356 Operations Research           6 cr    (New Course) Topics in Algebra, with an em-         dents in biological sciences, social sciences,
             MATH g423-g424 Introduction to Real Analysis 6 cr    phasis on solving equations and inequalities,       business, education, and humanities. Credit
             MATH g441-g442 Introduction to
                                                                  including nonlinear equations and systems,          cannot be granted in both MATH 160 and
                            Numerical Analysis            6 cr
             MATH g450-g451 Mathematical Statistics       6 cr    with graphical interpretations. Polynomials and     MATH 170. PREREQ: MATH 143. Satisfies
                                                                  factorization. Quadratic formula. Introduction      Goal 3 of the General Education Require-
             Plus 6 credits of 300-level or                       to functions and graphs; rational powers, radi-     ments. F, S, Su
             400-level Mathematics coursework.                    cals, exponentials, logarithms. PREREQ:             MATH 170 Calculus I 4 credits. (Replaces
                                                                  MATH 025. F, S, Su                                  Math 121) First course of a sequence: 170, 175,
             Mathematics Minor                                    MATH 123 Mathematics in Modern Society
                                                                  3 credits. (Replaces Math 140) Survey of ap-
                                                                                                                      275. Real-valued functions of one real vari-
                                                                                                                      able: limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals,
             In addition to Calculus I, Calculus II, and          plications of mathematics to real-world prob-       applications. Credit cannot be granted in both
             Calculus III, the required courses are:              lems. Topics from graph theory, management          MATH 160 and MATH 170. PREREQ: MATH
                                                                  science, political science, statistics, geometry,   147 OR MATH 143/144. Satisfies Goal 3 of the
             MATH 280         FORTRAN                      2 cr   and computer science. PREREQ: MATH 025.             General Education Requirements. F, S, Su
                              OR                                  Satisfies Goal 3 of the General Education Re-
             C S 181          Introduction to Computer                                                                MATH 175 Calculus II 4 credits. (Replaces
                                                                  quirements. F, S, Su                                Math 222) Applications of the integral. Tech-
                              Science and Programming I    3 cr
             MATH g330        Linear Algebra               3 cr   MATH 127 The Language of Mathematics                niques of integration. Inverse transcendental
             MATH g360        Differential Equations       3 cr   3 credits. (Replaces Math 177) Introduction         functions. Sequences and series. Parametric
                                                                  to the precise language used throughout math-       curves. Polar coordinates PREREQ: MATH
             Plus any pair from:                                  ematics. Development of skills including            170. F, S
                                                                  reading with comprehension, expressing math-        MATH 230 Introduction to Linear Algebra 2
             MATH g326-g327 Elementary Analysis,
                                                                  ematical thoughts clearly, reasoning logically,     credits. Vector algebra and geometry in 3-
                            Vector Analysis                6 cr
             MATH g331-g332 Modern Algebra                 6 cr   and employing common patterns of math-              space, systems of linear equations, real n-space,
             MATH g441-g442 Introduction to                       ematical thought. PREREQ: MATH 025. Sat-            linear transformations, determinants, eigenval-
                            Numerical Analysis             6 cr   isfies Goal 3 of the General Education              ues. PREREQ: MATH 143 OR EQUIVALENT
             MATH g450-g451 Mathematical Statistics        6 cr   Requirements. F                                     OR PLACEMENT EXAMINATION. F, S
                                                                  MATH 130 Finite Mathematics 4 credits.              MATH 253 Introduction to Statistics 3 cred-
             Mathematics Courses                                  (Replaces Math 250) Introduction to prob-
                                                                  ability, linear systems, inequalities, and lin-
                                                                                                                      its. (Replaces Math 252) Descriptive statistics,
                                                                                                                      probability, confidence intervals, and hypoth-
             Students seeking placement into math-                ear programming. Applications directed to           esis testing for one and two parameters. Empha-
             ematics courses at Idaho State University            non-physical science areas. PREREQ: MATH            sis on applications to a wide variety of disciplines.
                                                                  107. Satisfies Goal 3 of the General Education      PREREQ: MATH 107. Satisfies Goal 3 of Gen-
             are advised as follows: Students may reg-
                                                                  Requirements. S                                     eral Education Requirements. F, S, Su
             ister for MATH 107, MATH 123, or
             MATH 127 after passing MATH 025.                     MATH 143 College Algebra 3 credits. (Re-            MATH 257 Structure of Geometry and Prob-
                                                                  places Math 111) Topics in algebra with an          ability for Elementary School Teachers 3
             Students may register for MATH 130,                  emphasis on functions. Polynomial, rational,
             MATH 143, MATH 147, or MATH 253                                                                          credits. Topics from geometry, probability,
                                                                  algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic func-       and statistics. Emphasis on principles, repre-
             after passing MATH 107. Students may                 tions. Domain, operations, composition, in-         sentations, and concept development. For el-
             register for MATH 160 after passing                  verses, graphing. Shifting and rescaling.           ementary education majors. PREREQ: MATH
             MATH 143. Students may register for                  Asymptotes and long division of polynomials.        157. F, S
             MATH 170 after passing MATH 143 and                  Equations and inequalities involving functions.
                                                                  PREREQ: MATH 107. F, S, Su.                         MATH 275 Calculus III 4 credits. (Replaces
             MATH 144 or MATH 147. Students wish-                                                                     Math 223) Multivariable calculus. Vector al-
             ing placement in courses past MATH 170               MATH 144 Trigonometry 2 credits. (Re-               gebra and geometry. Functions of several vari-
             will be placed on an individual basis.               places Math 112) Right-triangle and circular        ables. Differentiation. Optimization. Multiple
                                                                  function approaches to trigonometry. Graphs         Integrals. Parametric curves and surfaces. Line
             Students may also be placed based on                 of trigonometric functions; amplitude, fre-         and surface integrals. Vector fields. Green’s,
             results from the Mathematics Placement               quency, phase shift. Trigonometric identities.      Stokes’, and divergence theorems. PREREQ:
             Examination, the ACT Mathematics                     Inverse trigonometric functions. Polar coordi-      MATH 175. F, S
             Exam, or the SAT Mathematics Exam.                   nates, complex numbers, polar representation
                                                                  of complex numbers. PREREQ: MATH 143.               MATH 280 FORTRAN 2 credits. Introduc-
             See the Mathematics Department for                                                                       tion to scientific programming in FORTRAN
                                                                  F, S, SU
             further information.                                                                                     with emphasis on good structuring. PREREQ:
                                                                  MATH 147 Precalculus 5 credits. (Replaces           MATH 147 OR EQUIVALENT. D
             MATH 015 Arithmetic/Pre-algebra 0                    Math 117) A single one-semester course equiva-
             credits (3 credit equivalent) (Replaces              lent to college Algebra (MATH 143) plus Trigo-      MATH 287 Discrete Structures 3 credits. An
             Math 50) Arithmetic of whole numbers,                nometry (MATH 144). Credit cannot be granted        introduction to discrete structures. Material
             fractions, decimals; ratios and proportions;         in both MATH 143 and MATH 147, or in both           covered will include sets, propositions, proofs,
             percents; signed numbers, and linear equa-           MATH 144 and MATH 147. PREREQ: MATH                 functions and relations, equivalence relations,
             tions. Graded S/U. F, S                              107. F, S, Su                                       quantifiers, Boolean algebras, graphs. Cross-
                                                                                                                      listed as C S 287. PREREQ: MATH 160 OR
                                                                                                                      MATH 170. F, S
                                                                                                                                                    93
MATH 315 Mathematical Methods in Sec-              MATH g360 Differential Equations 3 credits.         MATH g459 Applied Multivariate Analy-
ondary Schools 3 credits. Designed for pro-        Theory and applications of ordinary differential    sis 3 credits. Matrix computation of sum-
spective teachers of junior and senior high        equations. PREREQ: MATH 230 AND MATH                mary statistics, graphical analysis of
school mathematics. Topics include curricu-        275 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S               multivariate procedures, multivariate nor-
lum, the teaching of special subject matter,       MATH g421 Advanced Engineering Math-                mal distribution, MANOVA, multivariate
teaching aids, the history of mathematics, and     ematics I 3 credits. Cross-listed as Engineer-      linear regression, principal components,
the evaluation of recent curriculum improve-       ing g421. Analysis of complex linear and            factor analysis, canonical correlation analy-
ment studies. PREREQ: MATH 175 AND EI-             nonlinear engineering systems using advanced        sis. PREREQ: MATH 352 OR PERMIS-
THER MATH 230 OR MATH 130. S                       techniques, including Laplace transforms,           SION OF INSTRUCTOR. D




                                                                                                                                                            College of

                                                                                                                                                            Sciences
                                                                                                                                                             Arts and
MATH g326 Elementary Analysis 3 credits.           Fourier series and classical partial differential   MATH g462 Introduction to Complex Vari-
Rigorous calculus on real line. Completeness,      equations. PREREQ: MATH g360, ENGR                  ables 3 credits. Introduction to the study of
compactness and connectedness. Continuity,         g264. F                                             functions of a complex variable including ana-
images of compact and connected sets. Series,      MATH g422 Advanced Engineering Math-                lytic functions, power series, integral theorems,
uniform convergence. Differentiability, inverse    ematics II 3 credits. Cross-listed as Engineer-     and applications. PREREQ: MATH g360 AND
functions, chain rule. Integration, fundamental    ing g422. Analysis of complex linear and            EITHER MATH g326 OR MATH g421. D
theorem, improper integrals. PREREQ: MATH          nonlinear engineering systems using advanced        MATH g465 Partial Differential Equa-
275 AND MATH 287. S                                techniques, including probability and statis-       tions 3 credits. Equations of the first and
MATH g327 Vector Analysis 3 credits. Cal-          tics, advanced numerical methods and varia-         second orders, methods of solution,
culus of vector functions of several variables,    tional calculus. PREREQ: ENGR g421 or               Laplace’s equation, heat equation, and wave
derivative matrix, chain rule, inverse function    MATH g421. S                                        equation. Emphasis on applications in physi-
theorem, multiple integration. Change of vari-     MATH g423-g424 Introduction to Real                 cal sciences and engineering. PREREQ:
ables. Integrals over curves and surfaces.         Analysis 3 credits each. The real number            MATH g360 AND EITHER MATH g326
Green’s, Stokes’ and divergence theorems. Ap-      system, limits, sequences, series and conver-       OR MATH g421. D
plications to physics. PREREQ: MATH 275. F         gence; metric spaces; completeness; and se-         MATH g473 Introduction to Topology 3
MATH g330 Linear Algebra 3 credits. Fields,        lected topics on measure and integration theory.    credits. Metric spaces; convergence; notions
vector spaces, linear transformations and ma-      PREREQ: MATH 287, MATH g326, MATH                   of continuity; connected, separable and com-
trices, triangular and Jordan forms, eigenval-     g330 AND MATH g360. F, S                            pact spaces. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF
ues, dual spaces and tensor products, bilinear     MATH g435 Elementary Number Theory 3                INSTRUCTOR. D
forms, inner product spaces. PREREQ: MATH          credits. Diophantine equations, prime number        MATH g481 Special Problems 1-3 credits.
175 AND MATH 287. F, S                             theorems, residue systems, theorems of Fermat       Reading and conference in an area not usually
MATH g331-g332 Modern Algebra 3 cred-              and Wilson, and continued fractions. PREREQ:        covered by a regular offering. Individual work
its each. Rings, fields, groups, algebras, and     MATH g331. D                                        under the supervision and guidance of a profes-
selected topics in abstract algebra. PREREQ:       MATH g441 Introduction to Numerical                 sor whose specialty includes the chosen area.
MATH 287 AND MATH g330. F, S                       Analysis 3 credits. Introduction to numerical       Open to seniors and graduate students in good
MATH g340 Computer Graphics Software               techniques for solving problems dealing with        standing and with consent of the instructor.
3 credits. Matrix and other data structures.       nonlinear equations, systems of linear equa-        May be repeated until 6 credits are earned. D
Geometry of 2D and 3D as required for isomet-      tions, differential equations, interpolation, nu-   MATH g491 Mathematics Seminar 1-3 cred-
ric and perspective drawing. Includes spline       merical integration, and differentiation.           its. Advanced reading and discussion on se-
interpolation, least-squares approximation, and    PREREQ: MATH g326 AND MATH g360 OR                  lected topics in mathematics. May be taken for
patches. PREREQ: MATH 175 AND MATH                 PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                         credit more than once. PREREQ: SENIOR
280 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                 MATH g442 Introduction to Numerical                 STANDING OR EQUIVALENT. D
MATH g343 Modern Geometry 3 credits.               Analysis 3 credits. Extension of MATH g441
Projective, Euclidean, and non-Euclidean ge-
ometries from an axiomatic point of view.
                                                   for students who wish to pursue more ad-
                                                   vanced techniques with emphasis on analysis.
                                                                                                       Computer Science
PREREQ: MATH 175 AND EITHER MATH
230 OR MATH 330. F
                                                   Typical topics covered include numerical
                                                   methods applied to partial differential equa-
                                                                                                       Courses
MATH g352 General Statistics 3 credits.            tions, integral equations, and in-depth treat-      C S 181 Introduction to Computer Science
Probability, random variables, discrete and        ment of topics covered in MATH g441.                and Programming I 3 credits. Problem solv-
continuous distributions such as the Binomial,     PREREQ: MATH g441. S                                ing methods and algorithm development in
Poisson, Geometric, Hypergeometric, Normal,        MATH g450-g451 Mathematical Statistics 3            Pascal or other programming language with an
and Gamma, sampling distribution, point and        credits each. Probability, random variables,        emphasis on programming style. COREQ:
interval estimation, hypothesis testing.           discrete and continuous distributions, order        MATH 160 OR MATH 170. F, S
PREREQ: MATH 160 OR 175. F                         statistics, limit theorems, point and interval      C S 182 Introduction to Computer Science
MATH g355 Operations Research 3 credits.           estimation, uniformly most powerful tests, like-    and Programming II 3 credits. Continuation
Deterministic problems in operations research      lihood ratio tests, chi-square and F tests, non-    of C S 181, including such topics as data
oriented towards business. Includes linear pro-    parametric tests. PREREQ: MATH g326. F, S           structures, sorts, searches, recursion, and string
gramming, transportation problems, network         MATH g457 Applied Regression Analysis 3             processing. PREREQ: C S 181 OR PERMIS-
analysis, PERT, dynamic programming, and           credits. Simple and multiple linear regression,     SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
elementary game theory. PREREQ: MATH               polynomial regression, diagnostics, model se-       C S 282 Advanced Computer Programming
230 OR MATH 130, OR PERMISSION OF                  lection, models with categorical variables.         3 credits. Further supervised programming
INSTRUCTOR. AF                                     PREREQ: MATH 352 OR PERMISSION OF                   experience, including use of a UNIX Operating
MATH g356 Operations Research II 3 cred-           INSTRUCTOR. D                                       System and a modern language such as C or
its. Probabilistic models oriented towards busi-   MATH g458 Experimental Design 3 credits.            Ada. PREREQ: C S 182 OR PERMISSION OF
ness are treated. Selections from stochastic       The linear model for experimental designs,          INSTRUCTOR. D
processes, Markov chains, queuing theory, in-      analysis of variance and covariance, block
ventory theory, reliability, decision analysis     designs, factorial designs, nested designs,
and simulation. PREREQ: MATH g355. AS              choice of sample size. PREREQ: MATH 352
                                                   OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
             94
             C S 283 Introduction to Computer Systems                                                         Piano Placement Exams
             I 3 credits. Basic concepts of computer sys-
             tems with an introduction to computer archi-
                                                                Department                                    These tests serve to determine the spe-
             tecture and assembly language programming.                                                       cific semester and section of class piano
             PREREQ: C S 182 OR PERMISSION OF
             INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                                of Music                                      or private instruction to which a student
                                                                                                              will be admitted. All music majors must
             C S 284 Introduction to Computer Systems           Chair and Professor: Stanek                   successfully complete the department’s
             II 3 credits. Survey of operating systems and                                                    required piano proficiency to graduate.
                                                                Professor: T. George
             their relation to computer architecture.                                                         Credits in MUSC 118-119, MUSC 218-
College of




                                                                Associate Professors: Brooks, Earles,
Sciences
 Arts and




             PREREQ: C S 282 AND C S 283 OR PERMIS-
                                                                   Swansbourne                                219, or MUSC 120 may be used toward
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
                                                                Assistant Professors: Anderson,               passing the piano proficiency. The stu-
             C S 287 Discrete Structures 3 credits. An                                                        dent must register for piano or piano
             introduction to discrete structures. Material         Kalantarian, Lane, Remy
                                                                Adjunct Faculty: Attebery, Dunmire, P.        class each semester until passing the
             covered will include sets, propositions, proofs,
             functions and relations, equivalence relations,       George, Knutson, Larkin, LoPiccolo,        proficiency exam.
             quantifiers, Boolean algebras, graphs. Cross-         O’Brien, Redd, Smith, Stone
             listed as MATH 287. PREREQ: MATH 160                                                             Music Department
             OR MATH 170. F, S                                  The Department of Music offers programs
             C S 385 Data Structures and Algorithm
                                                                                                              Handbook
                                                                leading to Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of
             Analysis I 3 credits. Analysis and design of       Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of    A handbook is available from the depart-
             non-numeric algorithms which act on data           Music Education degrees. Students who         ment chairperson which describes more
             structures. PREREQ: C S 282 AND EITHER C                                                         completely the facilities, policies, course
                                                                major in music take courses that provide a
             S 287 OR MATH 330. F                                                                             sequencing and departmental operations.
                                                                broad cultural background for careers in
             C S 386 Data Structures and Algorithm                                                            Prospective students and music majors/
                                                                music teaching, performance, graduate study
             Analysis II 3 credits. Continuation of C S 385.                                                  minors are urged to become familiar with
             PREREQ: C S 385. S                                 and music-related work. Membership in
                                                                organized music groups, Symphonic Band,       its contents.
             C S 487 Topics in Computer Science 3 cred-
                                                                Symphony Orchestra, Concert Choir, Idaho
             its. Selected topics in Computer Science will
             be chosen depending on the instructor’s inter-     State Chorale, Jazz Band, Chamber Choir,
             ests. PREREQ: C S 386 OR PERMISSION OF
             INSTRUCTOR. D
                                                                Opera Workshop and a variety of small
                                                                woodwind, brass, percussion, string, vocal
                                                                                                              Bachelor of
             C S 488 Senior Project 3 credits. Design,
             implementation and testing of a large program.
                                                                and keyboard ensembles, is open to all
                                                                university students.
                                                                                                              Music
             PREREQ: C S 386 OR PERMISSION OF                                                                 The Bachelor of Music degree is designed
             INSTRUCTOR. F, S
                                                                Accreditation                                 for students preparing for careers in per-
                                                                                                              formance and graduate study. The degree
                                                                The ISU Department of Music is an accred-
                                                                                                              is offered with majors in voice, orchestral
             Museum                                             ited institutional member of the National
                                                                Association of Schools of Music. Its music
                                                                                                              instruments and keyboard instruments.
                                                                education program is also accredited by
             Director: Jackson                                  regional and state accrediting agencies.      Basic Non-Music
             Professors and Curators: Keller, Trost                                                           Requirements
             Associate Professors and Curators:
                Akersten, Lohse, Peterson
                                                                Admission                                     English Composition                  6 cr
             Assistant Professor and Curator: Xiang             All prospective music majors/minors           Foreign Language
             Curator: Sommer                                    and transfer students must contact the        (French and/or German)               8 cr
             Affiliate Curator: Glennon                         department office prior to their first        (Voice majors are strongly encouraged to
             Curator Emeritus: Holte                            semester’s registration to be assigned a      elect two years of a foreign language.)
                                                                departmental advisor and take diagnos-        Social Sciences                      12 cr
             Museum Courses                                     tic placement tests and performance au-       Natural Sciences                      8 cr
                                                                ditions. Acceptance as a music major/         (Including at least one laboratory
             MUSE g411 Basic Museology 2 credits. His-
                                                                minor is dependent upon these exami-          course)
             tory, philosophy, purposes, organization and
             administration of museums. Practical work          nations. Examinations should be taken         Humanities (not counting foreign
             in collections management and museum               before or during the week preceding           language or music) (COMM 101
             interpretation. D                                  classwork.                                    Principles of Speech recommended) 4 cr
             MUSE g450 Independent Study in Museum                                                            Electives (other than music)          9 cr
             Methods 1-3 credits. Individual projects based     Performance Auditions                                                       Total: 47 cr
             on student’s background and interests. Could
             include, but not limited to, advanced work in      These auditions will include technique        Basic Music Requirements
             collections management, exhibit design             demonstration and repertoire performance.
                                                                                                              MUSC 100       Introduction to Music   3 cr
             and construction, museum education, or                                                           MUSC 103       Theory of Music I       4 cr
             administration. May be repeated up to 6 cred-
             its. PREREQ: MUSE 411 OR PERMISSION
                                                                Theory Placement Exam                         MUSC 104       Theory of Music II      4 cr
                                                                                                              MUSC 107       Recital Attendance
             OF INSTRUCTOR. D                                   This exam will determine the specific se-                    (seven semesters)       0 cr
                                                                mester of music theory to which a student     MUSC 203       Theory of Music III     4 cr
                                                                                                              MUSC 204       Theory of Music IV      4 cr
                                                                will be assigned.
                                                                                                                                                           95
MUSC 303           Music History I                3 cr                                                        electives in science and mathematics.
MUSC 304           Music History II               3 cr
                                                         Basic Music Requirements
MUSC 305           Music History III              3 cr
                                                                                                              Seventy credits of non-music courses are
                                                         MUSC 100         Introduction to Music
MUSC 306           Music History IV               3 cr                    (Goal 6)                     3 cr   required in the B.A. and B.S. degrees.
MUSC 311           Form and Analysis              2 cr   MUSC 103         Theory of Music I            4 cr
MUSC 319           Choral Conducting                     MUSC 104         Theory of Music II           4 cr   Degree candidates whose applied major is
                   and Materials                  2 cr   MUSC 107         Recital attendance                  voice are encouraged to take a second year
MUSC 320           Instrumental Conducting                                (7 semesters)                0 cr   of a foreign language - French or German.
                   and Materials                  2 cr   MUSC 127         Class Voice                  1 cr
MUSC g419          Major Performance                                      OR




                                                                                                                                                                   College of
                   Literature                    2 cr    MUSC 173         Concert Choir                1 cr   Basic Music Requirements




                                                                                                                                                                   Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                    Arts and
MUSC 495           Senior Recital                2 cr    MUSC 203         Theory of Music III          4 cr
                    Applied Music (major)       16 cr    MUSC 204         Theory of Music IV           4 cr   MUSC 100           Introduction to Music
                   Applied Music (secondary)     4 cr    MUSC 255         Woodwind Methods             2 cr                      (Goal 6)                   3 cr
                    Large Ensemble (band,                MUSC 256         Brass Methods                2 cr   MUSC 103           Theory of Music I          4 cr
                   orchestra, choir)              8 cr   MUSC 258         Percussion Methods           2 cr   MUSC 104           Theory of Music II         4 cr
                   Chamber Music                  4 cr   MUSC 259         String Methods               2 cr   MUSC 107           Recital attendance
                                                         MUSC 303         Music History I              3 cr                      (7 semesters)              0 cr
Electives (8 credits from the following courses):        MUSC 304         Music History II             3 cr   MUSC 203           Theory of Music III        4 cr
MUSC 167            Opera Workshop                1 cr   MUSC 305         Music History III            3 cr   MUSC 204           Theory of Music IV         4 cr
MUSC 255            Woodwind Methods              2 cr   MUSC 306         Music History IV             3 cr   MUSC 303           Music History I            3 cr
MUSC 256            Brass Methods                 2 cr   MUSC 311         Form and Analysis            2 cr   MUSC 304           Music History II           3 cr
MUSC 258            Percussion Methods            2 cr   MUSC 312         MIDI and Electroacoustic            MUSC 305           Music History III          3 cr
MUSC 259            String Methods                2 cr                    Music                        2 cr   MUSC 306           Music History IV           3 cr
MUSC 301            Accompanying                  1 cr   MUSC 319         Choral Conducting and               MUSC 311           Form and Analysis          2 cr
MUSC 317            Diction for Singers           2 cr                    Materials                    2 cr   MUSC 495           Senior recital             2 cr
MUSC 318            Voice Pedagogy                2 cr   MUSC 320         Instrumental Conducting                                Applied Music              8 cr
MUSC 401            Orchestration                 2 cr                    and Materials                2 cr                      Large Performing Ensembles
MUSC g406           Opera Literature              2 cr   MUSC 333         Elementary School                                      (band, orchestra, choir)   8 cr
MUSC g407           Symphonic Music Literature 2 cr                       Music Methods                3 cr   IN ADDITION: Piano Proficiency
MUSC g408           Chamber Music Literature 2 cr        MUSC 336         Secondary School                                       Chamber Ensembles
MUSC g415           Seminar in Band Music         2 cr                    Music Methods                3 cr   Music electives chosen from the following:    7 cr
MUSC g416           Seminar in Choral Music       2 cr   MUSC 401         Orchestration                2 cr
MUSC g417           Advanced Conducting           2 cr                                                        MUSC 255       Woodwind Methods          2 cr
                                                                          Applied music
MUSC g420           Major Performance                                                                         MUSC 256       Brass Methods             2 cr
                                                                          (major Instrument or voice) 7 cr
                    Pedagogy                      2 cr                                                        MUSC 258       Percussion Methods        2 cr
                                                                          Large Performing Ensembles
MUSC g433-g434 Composition                        4 cr                                                        MUSC 259       String Methods            2 cr
                                                                          (band, orchestra, choir)     7 cr
MUSC g491           Independent Study          1-4 cr                                                         MUSC 301       Accompanying              1 cr
                                                         In Addition:     Solo or joint senior recital
                                                                                                              MUSC 317       Diction for Singers       2 cr
                                                                          Piano proficiency
    Note: Piano proficiency is required for                                                                   MUSC 318       Voice Pedagogy            2 cr
                                                                          Chamber Ensembles
    all degree candidates. Applied music                                                                      MUSC 319       Choral Conducting
                                                                                                                             and Materials             2 cr
    secondary credits (MUSC 118-119,                     Professional Education                               MUSC 320       Instrumental Conducting
    MUSC 218-219, or MUSC 120) may be
    used toward passing the piano profi-                 Requirements                                         MUSC 401
                                                                                                                             and Materials
                                                                                                                             Orchestration
                                                                                                                                                       2 cr
                                                                                                                                                       2 cr
    ciency. The student must register for                EDUC 201         Development and                     MUSC g406      Opera Literature          2 cr
    piano each semester until able to pass                                Individual Differences       3 cr   MUSC g407      Symphonic Music
    the proficiency exam.                                EDUC 204         Families, Communities,                             Literature                2 cr
                                                                          Culture                      3 cr   MUSC g408      Chamber Music Literature 2 cr
                                                         EDUC 301         Inquiring, Thinking,                MUSC g415      Seminar in Band Music     2 cr
                                                                          Knowing                      3 cr   MUSC g416      Seminar in Choral Music   2 cr
Bachelor of                                              EDUC 401
                                                         EDUC 402
                                                                          Language and Literacy
                                                                          Adaptations for Diversity
                                                                                                       3 cr
                                                                                                       3 cr
                                                                                                              MUSC g417
                                                                                                              MUSC g419
                                                                                                                             Advanced Conducting
                                                                                                                             Major Performance
                                                                                                                                                       2 cr

                                                                                                                             Literature                2 cr
Music Education                                          General Education                                    MUSC g420      Major Performance
                                                                                                                             Pedagogy                  2 cr
                                                         Requirements                                         MUSC g433-g434 Composition               4 cr
The Bachelor of Music Education degree                                                                        MUSC g491      Independent Study       1-4 cr
is designed to prepare students to teach                           Goals, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
music in secondary and elementary                                  8, 9, 10A or 10B, 11, 12
schools. Graduating students will be eli-                                                                     Music Minor
gible for certification K-12, vocal and
instrumental music.                                      Bachelor of Arts                                     Required Courses
Music Education students must complete                                                                        MUSC 100          Introduction to Music
requirements and be fully admitted to the                or Bachelor of                                       MUSC 103
                                                                                                                                (Goal 6)
                                                                                                                                Theory of Music I
                                                                                                                                                            3 cr
                                                                                                                                                            4 cr
Teacher Education Program before they
can take courses in Professional Educa-
tion number 300 and above. Refer to the
                                                         Science                                              MUSC 104
                                                                                                              MUSC 107
                                                                                                                                Theory of Music II
                                                                                                                                Recital attendance
                                                                                                                                (4 semesters)
                                                                                                                                                            4 cr

                                                                                                                                                            0 cr
Teacher Education Program in the Col-                    The Bachelor of Arts in Music degree is              MUSC 305          Music History III           3 cr
                                                         a general music degree with additional               MUSC 306          Music History IV            3 cr
lege of Education section of this Under-                                                                                        Applied Music (2 credits at
graduate Catalog.                                        electives in the arts and humanities. The                              the 100 level, 2 credits at
                                                         Bachelor of Science in Music degree em-                                the 200 level)              4 cr
                                                         phasizes the study of music with additional                            Large Performing Ensembles
                                                                                                                                (band, choir, orchestra)    4 cr
             96
                                                                MUSC 178 Jazz Band 1 credit. Rehearsal and               MUSC 102 Elements of Music 2 credits.
             Performing                                         performance of standard and contemporary big-            Introductory course for non-majors or prospec-
                                                                band literature. One or two concerts are                 tive majors covering music reading/notation
             Organizations                                      given each semester. Open to all students by             and elementary music theory. Music perfor-
             Membership in organized music groups is            audition. F, S                                           mance skills are not a prerequisite. D
             open to all university students subject to                                                                  MUSC 103 Theory of Music I 4 credits.
             approval of the respective directors. All          Applied Music—                                           Melodic and harmonic part writing, dictation,
                                                                                                                         sight-singing, and basic analysis. Majors who
             ensembles listed below may be repeated at
                                                                Private Lessons                                          have not passed piano proficiency should reg-
College of




             any time without limitation. However, only
Sciences
 Arts and




                                                                                                                         ister concurrently with class piano MUSC 118-
             8 credits of music ensembles can be counted        Private lessons are offered in band and                  119 or MUSC 218-219. PREREQ: MUSC 102
             toward graduation credit hour require-             orchestral instruments, voice, piano, organ              OR EQUIVALENT. F
             ments. All music majors are required to            and classical guitar for 1 or 2 credits each             MUSC 104 Theory of Music II 4 credits.
             participate in a large ensemble (band, or-         semester. There is no fee for music majors               Continuation of MUSC 103. PREREQ:
             chestra, choir) as a portion of their applied      whose curricula require applied music. All               MUSC 103. S
             music study. **Participation in chamber            others pay special music fees. Students de-              MUSC 106 American Music 3 credits. A
             ensembles is expected during the degree            siring to major or minor in music will                   listening-oriented course for general students
             program with a chamber ensemble perfor-            normally be classified as entering freshmen              focusing on American folk, popular and art
             mance required as a portion of the student’s       in the 100 level of the series. All music                music styles. No music reading/performance
             senior recital program.                                                                                     skills assumed. Cross-listed as AMST 106.
                                                                majors must pass the department’s Junior
                                                                                                                         Satisfies Goal 6 of the General Education
             MUSC 166 Chamber Choir 1 credit. Read-             Standing Exam in applied music (usually                  Requirements. F, S, Su
             ing, study and performance of representa-          taken at the end of the sophomore year) and
                                                                                                                         MUSC 107 Recital Attendance 0 credits. At-
             tive literature for chamber choir. Emphasis        register for, and pass, a minimum of 2                   tendance at weekly recital hour and prescribed
             is placed on the individual’s contribution         credits at the 300 level and 2 credits at the            number of evening concerts. Enrollment in this
             toward the highest of choral standards. Open       400 level.                                               course is required of all students taking applied
             to all students by audition. F, S
                                                                             Freshman   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
                                                                                                                         lessons numbered 121-485. Graded S/U. F, S
             MUSC 167 Opera Workshop 1 credit.                  Piano           121        221       321      g421       MUSC 118-119 Class Piano 1 credit each. Pri-
             Ensemble course devoted to the study of            Voice           131        231       331      g431
                                                                Organ           141        241       341      g441       marily for music and elementary education majors
             opera from the standpoint of workshop. S
                                                                Strings         161        261       361      g461       completing piano proficiency requirements. Nor-
             MUSC 168 Instrumental Ensemble 1 credit.           Brass           165        265       365      g465       mally taken concurrently with MUSC 103 and
                                                                Woodwinds       175        275       375      g475
             Ensemble training in various instrument com-       Percussion      185        285       385      g485       MUSC 104 or MUSC 203 and MUSC 204. F, S
             binations, such as string quartet and various
                                                                                                                         MUSC 125 Beginning Guitar Class 1 credit.
             woodwind and brass ensembles. Section 1,           Any student registering in any of the above              Basic guitar technique and repertoire. Open to
             Woodwind Ensemble; 2, Brass Ensemble; 3,           course numbers will be required to register              any student. Students must provide their own
             Percussion Ensemble; 4, String Ensemble; 5,        for MUSC 107 and attend the weekly                       guitars. F, S
             Keyboard Ensemble. F, S                            General Recital Hours/Studio Classes and                 MUSC 126 Intermediate Guitar Class 1
             MUSC 169 Orchestra 1 credit. Sight reading         evening concerts. If a student does not                  credit. Intermediate guitar technique and rep-
             of representative orchestral literature; orches-   plan to attend the required recital hour/                ertoire. Open to any student. Students must
             tral routine, study, and public performance of
                                                                studio classes and evening concerts, s/he                provide their own guitars. F, S
             major symphonic compositions including or-
             chestral accompaniments. F, S                      should register for one of the following                 MUSC 127 Class Voice 1 credit. Basic singing
                                                                secondary instruction course numbers.                    technique and vocal repertoire. Open to any
             MUSC 170 Camarata Singers/Idaho State
                                                                                                                         student, including elementary education majors
             Chorale 1 credit. Reading, study, and per-         MUSC 120            Piano Secondary               1 cr
                                                                MUSC 130            Voice Secondary               1 cr
                                                                                                                         completing requirements. May be repeated to
             formance of representative choral litera-
                                                                MUSC 140            Organ Secondary               1 cr   satisfy the 18- and 30-hour music components
             ture. Open to community members and
                                                                MUSC 160            Strings Secondary             1 cr   for elementary education majors. F, S
             students. Does not meet the ensemble re-
                                                                MUSC 164            Brass Secondary               1 cr   MUS 128 Class Piano for Beginners 1 credit.
             quirement for music majors. F, S                   MUSC 174            Woodwinds Secondary           1 cr
                                                                                                                         Basic piano technique and repertoire. Open to
             MUSC 171 Idaho Falls Symphony Cho-                 MUSC 184            Percussion Secondary          1 cr
                                                                                                                         any student. Not for music majors completing
             rale 1 credit. Reading, study, and perfor-
                                                                These courses are an undergraduate                       piano proficiency requirements. F, S
             mance of representative choral literature.
             Open to community members and students.            classification for non-majors, for pro-                  MUSC 203 Theory of Music III 4 credits.
             Does not meet ensemble requirement for             spective majors who do not yet meet the                  Continued development in aural and visual
             music majors. F, S                                 level of proficiency expected of a major,                perception through analysis and writing of
                                                                or for majors who wish to study an addi-                 18th, 19th, and 20th century styles. PREREQ:
             MUSC 173 Concert Choir 1 credit. Study and
                                                                                                                         MUSC 104. F
             performance of the entire body of choral mu-       tional applied music area other than their
             sic. Includes several performances and concerts.   major area.                                              MUSC 204 Theory of Music IV 4 credits.
             Emphasis on attaining high musical standards                                                                Continuation of MUSC 203. PREREQ: MUSC
             and levels of choral-vocal proficiency. Open to                                                             203. S
             all students by audition. F, S                     Music Courses                                            MUSC 218-219 Class Piano 1 credit each.
             MUSC 177 Symphonic Band 1 credit.                                                                           Continuation of MUSC 118-119. F, S
                                                                MUSC 100 Introduction to Music 3 credits. A
             Rehearsal and performance of traditional and       listening-oriented course with Western art mu-           MUSC 233 Music Methods for Elementary
             contemporary wind literature in on-campus          sic as its principal focus. Designed for the gen-        Teachers 2 credits. Methodology/materials
             concerts and annual tour. During fall semester,    eral student. No music reading ability/                  for teaching elementary school music. Basic
             the Symphonic Band performs concurrent du-         performance skills are assumed. Satisfies Goal 6         skills for the classroom teacher include: basic
             ties as the football pep band. Open to all         of the General Education Requirements. F, S, Su          notation, conducting, autoharp, Orff instru-
             students by audition. F, S                                                                                  ments, piano, recorder, guitar, singing, listen-
                                                                                                                         ing. Two lectures, one lab per week. F, S, Su
                                                                                                                                                  97
MUSC 255-256-258-259 Class Instrument In-            dents will work with ensemble groups for labo-      on contemporary styles. May be repeated twice.
struction 2 credits each. Courses designed           ratory experience in conducting. S                  PREREQ: MUSC 204 OR PERMISSION OF
primarily for music education majors. Applica-       MUSC 333 Elementary School Music Meth-              INSTRUCTOR. D
tion of the theory and playing techniques in-        ods 3 credits. Methodology, materials, and          MUSC g491 Independent Study 1-4 cred-
volved in teaching band/orchestral instruments:      problems in elementary music education.             its. Supervised study in selected areas, pri-
255 Woodwinds; 256 Brass; 258 Percussion;            PREREQ: MUSC 103, MUSC 104 OR PER-                  marily research, writing, or analysis.
259 Strings. R1                                      MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S                         PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUC-
MUSC 301 Accompanying 1 credit. Practical            MUSC 336 Secondary School Music Meth-               TOR AND THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR. D
training in the tradition, interpretation, and




                                                                                                                                                          College of
                                                     ods 3 credits. Principles of secondary music        MUSC 495 Senior Recital 2 credits. Graded




                                                                                                                                                          Sciences
                                                                                                                                                           Arts and
execution of accompaniment, vocal and instru-        education, vocal and instrumental group in-         S-U. D
mental. May be repeated for a maximum of             struction and general music classroom activi-
four hours. D                                        ties. Must be completed prior to student
MUSC 303 Music History I 3 credits. Intro-
duction to music of India, China, Japan, Native
Americans, Africa and Middle East comparing
                                                     teaching. PREREQ: MUSC 255-256-258-259
                                                     OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                      Department
                                                     MUSC 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops
functions, techniques, instruments. Survey of
Western art music from ancient Greeks to ca
1600. PREREQ: MUSC 104 OR PERMIS-
                                                     aimed at the development and improvement of
                                                     skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a major
                                                                                                         of Physics
                                                     or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D
SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                                                                                    Chair and Professor: Knox
                                                     MUSC 401 Orchestration 2 credits. Study
MUSC 304 Music History II 3 credits. Music           of the characteristics of individual instru-        Professors: Gesell, Harmon, Parker
in Europe during the Baroque and Pre-classical       ments and their combinations from section to        Associate Professor: Wells
periods, with detailed examination of selected       full orchestral scoring. Scores, recordings,        Assistant Professors: Brey, Shropshire,
works. PREREQ: MUSC 104 OR PERMIS-                   and performances may be used as available              Vizkelethy
SION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                and appropriate. AS                                 Instructors: Hackworth, Johnson
MUSC 305 Music History III 3 credits. Mu-            MUSC g406 Opera Literature 2 credits. Mas-          Adjunct Faculty: Abbott, Cummings,
sic in Europe during the Classical and Roman-        terworks of operatic literature. PREREQ:               Harker, Herbst, Horan, Horowitz,
tic periods. Close examination of some major         MUSC 306. D
works. PREREQ: MUSC 104 OR PERMIS-                                                                          Nieschmidt, Oberg, Otis, Rood
SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                                MUSC g407 Symphonic Music Literature 2              Affiliate Faculty: Buzzi, Davidson,
                                                     credits. Masterworks of symphonic literature.          Jones, Langley, Lewis, O’Rear,
MUSC 306 Music History IV 3 credits. Mu-             PREREQ: MUSC 306. D
sic in Europe and America during the Twenti-                                                                Varesko
eth Century. Examination of major trends and         MUSC g408 Chamber Music Literature 2                Professors Emeriti: Price, Vegors
works in serialism, jazz, and electronic music.      credits. Masterworks of chamber music litera-
PREREQ: MUSC 104 OR PERMISSION OF                    ture. PREREQ: MUSC 306. D
                                                                                                         Students who wish to major in physics will
INSTRUCTOR. S                                        MUSC g415 Seminar in Band Music 2 cred-             take courses which will prepare them for
MUSC 311 Form and Analysis 2 credits.                its. Analysis and study of instrumental works       industrial or governmental positions or for
Analysis and study of standard compositions          from the Baroque to the present era with par-
                                                                                                         graduate study in physics or allied fields.
from the Renaissance to the 20th century with        ticular attention to performance practice.
emphasis on structural, stylistic, and historical    PREREQ: MUSC 305, MUSC 306 OR                       The department offers two degree pro-
aspects. PREREQ: MUSC 203, MUSC 204. F               EQUIVALENT. D                                       grams as well as a minor in physics. The
MUSC 312 MIDI and Electroacoustic Music              MUSC g416 Seminar in Choral Music 2                 Bachelor of Arts degree and the minor are
2 credits. Introduction to MIDI concepts such        credits. Analysis and study of choral works         designed for students who desire a flexible
as sampling, sequencing and notation using           from the Renaissance through the present era
                                                                                                         program so they can develop interdiscipli-
computers and MIDI instruments. Includes im-         with particular attention to performance prac-
                                                     tice. PREREQ: MUSIC 305, MUSC 306 OR                nary competence. The Bachelor of Sci-
provisation and development of creativity.                                                               ence degree places greater emphasis on
PREREQ: MUSC 103 OR PERMISSION OF                    EQUIVALENT. D
                                                                                                         physics and is designed to prepare stu-
INSTRUCTOR. D                                        MUSC g417 Advanced Conducting 2 cred-
                                                     its. Designed for secondary school music            dents for careers in the physics profession
MUSC 317 Diction for Singers 2 credits.                                                                  or a closely allied profession. These pro-
Principles of vocal diction with emphasis on         teachers, this course provides opportunity to
                                                     discover and analyze technical conducting           grams consist of a set of required core
English, French, German, Italian and Latin.
AS MUSC 318 Voice Pedagogy 2 credits.                problems in music of the various historical         courses plus a selection of courses in a
Elements of voice teaching, vocal production         eras. PREREQ: MUSIC 319, MUSC 320 OR                particular field. The core courses include
and repertoire of interest to the singer and         EQUIVALENT. D                                       the basic physics and mathematics courses
teacher. Application of pedagogical tech-            MUSC g419 Major Performance Literature              which serve as a foundation for more
niques in teaching situations. AS                    2 credits. A study of instructional materials       advanced study. A student planning to do
MUSC 319 Choral Conducting and Materi-               and literature pertinent to the performing me-      graduate work in physics should elect to
als 2 credits. A practical course in selecting       dium. PREREQ: JUNIOR LEVEL STAND-
                                                                                                         complete the B.S. physics degree.
and conducting choral materials, rehearsal tech-     ING IN APPLIED MUSIC. D
niques, use of small ensembles, planning and         MUSC g420 Major Performance Pedagogy                In addition to the more traditional physics
organization of choral groups. Students will         2 credits. A survey and comparative study of        programs, the department also offers the
work with ensemble groups for laboratory ex-         pedagogical materials, principles and proce-        B.S. and M.S. options in Health Physics.
perience in conducting. F                            dures. Application of pedagogical techniques        Health Physics, an applied science con-
MUSC 320 Instrumental Conducting and Ma-             in teaching situations. PREREQ: JUNIOR              cerned with the protection of people and
terials 2 credits. A practical course in selecting   LEVEL STANDING IN APPLIED MUSIC. D
                                                                                                         the environment from the detrimental ef-
and conducting instrumental materials, rehearsal     MUSC g433-g434 Composition 2 credits                fects of radiation and radioactive pollut-
techniques, use of small ensembles, planning         each. Organization of musical ideas into logi-
                                                                                                         ants, is a relatively new branch of science
and organization of instrumental groups. Stu-        cal and homogeneous forms with an emphasis
             98
             which incorporates both the physical and           MATH g421      Advanced Engineering                  PHYS g434        Advanced Health Physics II    3 cr
                                                                               Mathematics I                  3 cr   PHYS g455        Topics in Health Physics I    2 cr
             biological sciences. The B.S. option in            MATH g422      Advanced Engineering                  PHYS g456        Topics in Health Physics II   2 cr
             health physics will prepare the student for                       Mathematics II                 3 cr   PHYS 459         Practicum in Health Physics   3 cr
             work in government, university, medical            PHYS 211-212   Engineering Physics            8 cr   PHYS g492        Colloquium                    2 cr
             or industrial settings dealing with such           PHYS 213-214   Engineering Physics
             areas as operational health physics, regu-
                                                                               Laboratory                     2 cr   Bioscience Track
                                                                PHYS g301      Modern Physics                 3 cr
             latory issues and environmental quality.           PHYS g313      Intermediate Laboratory I      2 cr   MATH 160         Brief Calculus                4 cr
                                                                PHYS g314      Intermediate Laboratory II     2 cr   PHYS 111         General Physics I             3 cr
             Students may enter the M.S. program in             PHYS g352      Intermediate Optics            3 cr   PHYS 112         General Physics II            3 cr
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




             Health Physics from several undergradu-            PHYS g383      Theoretical Mechanics          4 cr   PHYS 113-114     General Physics Laboratory    2 cr
                                                                PHYS g403-g404 Advanced Modern Physics        6 cr   BIOS 209         General Ecology               3 cr
             ate majors including: health physics, phys-        PHYS g405      Advanced Physics                      BIOS 315         Introduction to Biometry      3 cr
             ics, biology, chemistry and other science                         Laboratory I                   4 cr
             or engineering majors. Additional course           PHYS g406      Advanced Physics                      Applied Science Track
             work to correct deficiencies in undergradu-                       Laboratory II                  4 cr
                                                                                                                     MATH 170         Calculus I                    4 cr
                                                                PHYS g409      Introductory Nuclear
             ate preparation may be required.                                  Physics                        3 cr
                                                                                                                     MATH 175         Calculus II                   4 cr
                                                                                                                     MATH 275         Calculus III                  4 cr
                                                                PHYS g415      Statistical Physics            3 cr
             To declare a major in one of the physics           PHYS g421-g422 Electricity and Magnetism      6 cr
                                                                                                                     CHEM g432        Chemometrics                  3 cr
             programs, a student must have completed                                                                 PHYS 211-212     Engineering Physics           8 cr
                                                                PHYS g442      Solid State Physics            3 cr
                                                                                                                     PHYS 213-214     Engineering Physics
             at least 24 semester hours and not be on           PHYS g492      Colloquium in Physics          1 cr
                                                                                                                                      Laboratory                    2 cr
             probation. Declaration of major should be
             done as soon as possible in the student’s
             program. For further details, please con-          Physics Minor                                        Physics Courses
             sult the Department of Physics.                    MATH 170         Calculus I                   4 cr   PHYS 100 Essentials of Physics 4 credits. A
                                                                MATH 175         Calculus II                  4 cr   survey of basic physics principles; motion,
                                                                MATH 275         Calculus III                 4 cr   gravitation, electricity and magnetism, light,
                                                                MATH 230         Introduction to Linear              atoms and nuclei. Includes lecture, demonstra-
             Bachelor of Arts                                   MATH g360
                                                                                 Algebra
                                                                                 Differential Equations
                                                                                                              2 cr
                                                                                                              3 cr
                                                                                                                     tions and elementary problem solving. COREQ:
                                                                                                                     MATH 107 OR EQUIVALENT. F, S
                                                                PHYS 211-212     Engineering Physics          8 cr
             in Physics                                         PHYS g301
                                                                PHYS g403
                                                                                 Modern Physics
                                                                                 Advanced Modern Physics
                                                                                                              3 cr
                                                                                                              3 cr
                                                                                                                     PHYS 103 Tools for Scientists I 1 credit.
                                                                                                                     Personal computer and HP graphics calculator
                                                                IN ADDITION:     Physics electives approved          applications in the sciences. Familiarizes stu-
             The following courses are required in                               by the department            4 cr
             addition to the General Education Re-                                                                   dents with the fundamental capabilities of these
                                                                                                                     modern computing tools. Emphasizes prob-
             quirements for the B.A. degree:
                                                                                                                     lems that students encounter in beginning and
             MATH 170       Calculus I                   4 cr   Bachelor of                                          subsequent courses. F, S
             MATH 175       Calculus II                  4 cr                                                        PHYS 111 General Physics I 3 credits. Intro-
             MATH 275
             MATH 230
                            Calculus III
                            Introduction to Linear
                                                         4 cr
                                                                Science in                                           ductory physics course for students in scien-
                                                                                                                     tific and technical fields, particularly the
                            Algebra                      2 cr
             MATH 360
             PHYS 211-212
                            Differential Equations
                            Engineering Physics
                                                         3 cr
                                                         8 cr
                                                                Physics                                              biological sciences; mechanics, wave motion,
                                                                                                                     thermodynamics. PREREQ: MATH 143 OR
             PHYS 213-214   Engineering Physics                                                                      MATH 147 OR EQUIVALENT. F
             PHYS g301
                            Laboratory
                            Modern Physics
                                                         2 cr
                                                         3 cr
                                                                (Health Physics                                      PHYS 152-153 Descriptive Astronomy 3
             PHYS g313      Intermediate Laboratory I    2 cr                                                        credits and 1 credit. Non-mathematical sur-
             PHYS g314
             PHYS g383
                            Intermediate Laboratory II
                            Theoretical Mechanics
                                                         2 cr
                                                         4 cr
                                                                Emphasis)                                            vey of the historical and modern observation of
                                                                                                                     the sky. Physical relationships in the solar
             PHYS g403-g404 Advanced Modern Physics      6 cr   The following courses are required in ad-            system; planets, satellites, comets, etc., and
             PHYS g421-g422 Electricity and Magnetism    6 cr                                                        theories of the creation of the universe and life
                                                                dition to the General Education Require-
                                                                                                                     in the universe. 153 concerns use of astronomi-
                                                                ments for the B.S. degree:
                                                                                                                     cal equipment, telescopes, cameras, etc. Satis-
             Bachelor of                                        BIOL 202
                                                                BIOL 202L
                                                                                 General Zoology
                                                                                 General Zoology
                                                                                                              3 cr   fies Goal 5 of the General Education
                                                                                                                     Requirements. F, S, Su
             Science in                                         BIOS g301
                                                                                 Laboratory
                                                                                 Anatomy and Physiology
                                                                                                              1 cr
                                                                                                              4 cr   PHYS 115 Introduction to Solar Energy 2
                                                                                                                     credits. A non-mathematical introduction to
                                                                BIOS g302        Anatomy and Physiology       4 cr
             Physics                                            BIOS g307
                                                                CHEM 102
                                                                                 Radiobiology
                                                                                 Essentials of Chemistry II
                                                                                                              3 cr
                                                                                                              5 cr
                                                                                                                     the principles of solar energy, especially as
                                                                                                                     applied to individual households. D
                                                                CHEM 111         General Chemistry I          5 cr
             The following courses are required in              CHEM 112         General Chemistry II         4 cr
                                                                                                                     PHYS 112 General Physics II 3 credits. In-
             addition to the General Education Re-              ENGL 307         Professional Writing         3 cr   troduction to optics, electricity and magnetism
                                                                MATH 147         Precalculus                  5 cr   and selected topics from atomic and nuclear
             quirements for the B.S. Degree:
                                                                MATH 280         FORTRAN                      2 cr   physics. PREREQ: PHYS 111 OR EQUIVA-
             CHEM 111         General Chemistry I        5 cr   PHYS 251         Introduction to Health              LENT AND MATH 143 OR MATH 147 OR
             CHEM 112         General Chemistry II       4 cr                    Physics                      1 cr   EQUIVALENT. S
             CHEM 114         Cations and Anions         1 cr   PHYS g331        Principles of Health
             MATH 170         Calculus I                 4 cr                    Physics I                    3 cr   PHYS 113-114 General Physics Laboratory
             MATH 175         Calculus II                4 cr   PHYS g332        Principles of Health                1 credit each. Demonstrating principles of
             MATH 275         Calculus III               4 cr                    Physics II                   3 cr   physics. Accompanies PHYS 111 AND PHYS
             MATH 230         Introduction to Linear            PHYS g416        Introduction to                     112. F, S
                              Algebra                    2 cr                    Nuclear Measurements         3 cr
             MATH g360        Differential Equations     3 cr   PHYS g433        Advanced Health Physics I    3 cr
                                                                                                                                                     99
PHYS 211-212 Engineering Physics 4 cred-             PHYS 333 Science and Civilization 3 credits.        PHYS g409 Introductory Nuclear Physics 3
its each. Mechanics of particles and rigid bod-      A critical examination of the methods of physi-     credits. A course in Nuclear Physics with
ies; kinetic theory and thermodynamics;              cal science, it contributions to civilization and   emphasis upon structural models, radioactiv-
electricity and magnetism; wave motion; op-          its inherent limitations. No science or math-       ity, nuclear reactions, fission and fusion.
tics. COREQ: MATH 175 FOR PHYS 211;                  ematics prerequisite. Cross-listed as CHEM          PREREQ: KNOWLEDGE OF ELEMEN-
PREREQ: PHYS 211 FOR PHYS 212. F, S                  333. PREREQ: JUNIOR STANDING OR PER-                TARY QUANTUM MECHANICS AND DIF-
PHYS 213-214 Engineering Physics Labo-               MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                            FERENTIAL EQUATIONS OR PERMISSION
ratory 1 credit each. Principles and methods         PHYS g352 Intermediate Optics 3 credits.            OF INSTRUCTOR. F
of physical measurement. COREQ: PHYS 211             Fundamental wave theory, interference, dif-         PHYS g415 Statistical Physics 3 credits. Top-




                                                                                                                                                             College of

                                                                                                                                                             Sciences
                                                                                                                                                              Arts and
and PHYS 212. F, S                                   fraction, polarization, and selected topics from    ics covered may include kinetic theory, ele-
PHYS 275 Physics of Aviation 3 credits.              the electromagnetic theory of light. PREREQ:        mentary statistical mechanics, random
Introduction to the physics of flight covering       PHYS 212; COREQ: MATH g360. AS                      motion and the theory of noise. Choice of
aerodynamics including the airplane, flight          PHYS g353 Topics in Astrophysics 2 cred-            topics will depend upon the interest of the
controls, systems and instrumentation. Includes      its. Laboratory oriented course covering            students and instructor. PREREQ: PHYS 212,
aviation meteorology and navigation. Satisfies       various selected topics in astronomy.               MATH g360. AS
the FAA ground school requirements for the           Projects on and work with telescopes will           PHYS g416 Introduction to Nuclear Mea-
Private Pilot certificate. F                         be included. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF                  surements 3 credits. Lecture/laboratory
PHYS 300 Medical Electronics 2 credits. A            INSTRUCTOR. AS                                      course emphasizing practical measurement
lecture-laboratory course covering circuit           PHYS g370 Analytical Geochemistry 3                 techniques in nuclear physics. PREREQ:
theory, qualitative theory of active devices and     credits. A survey of geochemical analysis           CHEM 112, AND PHYS 111 AND PHYS 113
their applications to instrumentation. Labora-       techniques. All aspects of analysis, including      OR PHYS 121 AND PHYS 123. D
tory work will be done with basic test instru-       sample collection, preparation, instrumental        PHYS g421-g422 Electricity and Magne-
ments. Primarily for students in the allied health   analysis, QA/AC procedures, interpretation and      tism 3 credits each. Intermediate course in
fields. COREQ: PHYS 321. S                           presentation are discussed. Cross-listed as         fundamental principles of electrical and mag-
PHYS g301 Modern Physics 3 credits. A one-           CHEM 370, GEOL 370. PREREQ: CHEM 112                netic theory. Free use will be made of vector
semester course surveying 20th century physics       AND PHYS 112. D                                     analysis and differential equations. PREREQ:
including elements of special relativity and quan-   PHYS g383 Theoretical Mechanics 4 credits.          PHYS 212 AND MATH g360; PHYS g421
tum mechanics as applied to atoms. A continu-        Mechanics of particles, planetary motion, rigid     FOR PHYS g422. F, S
ation of the Engineering Physics sequence.           bodies; vibrating particles and strings;            PHYS 433 Advanced Health Physics I 3
PREREQ: PHYS 212; COREQ: MATH g360. F                Lagranges’ Equations and Hamiltonian meth-          credits. Lecture course emphasizing external
PHYS 312 Introduction to Biophysics 4 cred-          ods. PREREQ: PHYS 212 AND MATH g360. F              radiation protection including study of point
its. Survey course designed for pre-medical,         PHYS 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops            kernel techniques, monte carlo modeling, and
pharmacy, biology, and physical science stu-         aimed at the development and improvement of         NCRP-49 methods. Also discussed are exter-
dents covering topics such as the physics of         skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a ma-     nal dosimetry measurement techniques.
sensory systems, electromagnetic radiations,         jor or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D      PREREQ; PHYS g332 OR PERMISSION OF
and physical measurement techniques applied                                                              INSTRUCTOR. F
                                                     PHYS 400 Practicum in Physical Science 2
to biological problems. PREREQ: CHEM 112,            credits. Introduction to practical problems as-     PHYS 434 Advanced Health Physics II 3
MATH 160 OR MATH 170. D                              sociated with designing, equipping, setting up,     credits. A lecture course emphasizing inter-
PHYS g313 Intermediate Laboratory I 2                operating, and administering laboratories in        nal radiation protection including studies of
credits. Modern and historical experiments in        physics and chemistry. Experience with the          ICRP-2, ICRP26&30, ICRP-60&66, and
atomic physics, nuclear physics, and optics.         design and maintenance of equipment used in         MIRD methods of internal dosimetry.
COREQ: PHYS g301, MATH g360. F                       these laboratories. Introduction to sources of      PREREQ: PHYS g433 OR PERMISSION OF
                                                     pre-designed experiments. Offered jointly with      INSTRUCTOR. S
PHYS g314 Intermediate Laboratory II 2
credits. Modern and historical experiments in        the Department of Chemistry. Cross-listed as        PHYS g442 Solid State Physics 3 credits.
atomic physics, nuclear physics, and optics.         CHEM 400. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF DE-                 Introduction to the field of solid state physics
PREREQ: PHYS g313. S                                 PARTMENT CHAIR. D                                   emphasizing the fundamental concepts. Top-
                                                     PHYS g403-g404 Advanced Modern Phys-                ics usually covered are crystal structure, x-ray
PHYS 321 Radiologic Physics 2 credits. Ba-                                                               diffraction, crystal binding energies, free elec-
sic physics of x-ray production and the interac-     ics 3 credits each. Study of the elementary
                                                     principles of quantum mechanics and an intro-       tron theory of solids, energy bands. PREREQ:
tion of x-rays with matter. Includes topics in                                                           PHYS g302, PHYS g383, MATH g360 OR
medical imaging. Available to juniors in Ra-         duction to atomic, solid state and nuclear phys-
                                                     ics. Quantum mechanics will be used as much         PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. AS
diographic Science. PREREQ: PHYS 100. S
                                                     as possible. PREREQ: MATH g360 OR                   PHYS g461-462 Introduction to Mathemati-
PHYS 331 Principles of Health Physics I 3            EQUIVALENT, AND PHYS g301; PHYS g403                cal Physics 3 credits each. Introduction to
credits. A lecture course detailing atomic and       FOR PHYS g404. D                                    the mathematics most commonly used in phys-
nuclear structure, radioactive serial decay, and                                                         ics with applications to and practice in solv-
interactions of radiation with matter. PREREQ:       PHYS g405 Advanced Physics Laboratory I
                                                     2 credits. Experiments in radiation detection       ing physical problems; includes vector
JUNIOR STANDING IN HEALTH PHYSICS                                                                        analysis, ordinary and partial differential equa-
OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                       and measurement, nuclear spectroscopy in-
                                                     cluding x-ray and gamma spectroscopies, neu-        tions. PREREQ: PHYS 212 AND MATH
PHYS 332 Principles of Health Physics II 3           tron activation and ion beam methods. Available     g360; PHYS g461 FOR PHYS g462. F, S
credits. A continuation of PHYS 331 covering         to Geology, Engineering, Health Physics, and        PHYS 481 Independent Problems 1-3
dosimetric units, the principles of radiation        Physics majors. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF               credits. Students are assigned to, or request
detection and measurement, and summarizing           INSTRUCTOR. F                                       assignment to, independent problems on the
deterministic and stochastic biological effects.                                                         basis of interest. F, S
PREREQ: PHYS g331 OR PERMISSION OF                   PHYS g406 Advanced Physics Laboratory II
INSTRUCTOR. S                                        2 credits. Senior projects providing a capstone     PHYS g492 Colloquium in Physics 1 credit.
                                                     to the physics major curriculum. Written and        Faculty and student lectures in current research
                                                     oral presentation of the project procedures and     topics in physics. Open to upper division and
                                                     results are required. PREREQ: PHYS g405. S          graduate students in physics. F, S
             100
                                                                                                                major in political science or they may choose
             Health Physics                                     Department                                      an emphasis in pre-law. There is no required
             Courses                                                                                            or specified curriculum which students who

             PHYS 251 Introduction to Health Physics 1
             credit. An introduction to the field of health
                                                                of Political                                    emphasize pre-law are expected to follow.
                                                                                                                An advisory committee has been created to
                                                                                                                assist such students in developing a curricu-
             physics including terminology, overview of
             health physics applications, and instrumenta-
             tion. COREQ: PHYS 111 OR PHYS 211. F
                                                                Science                                         lum that reflects their individual needs.
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




             PHYS g331 Principles of Health Physics I 3         Chair and Professor: Foster
             credits. A lecture/laboratory course covering
             topics such as the interaction of radiation with
                                                                Professors: Adler, Bowen, Hjelm,                Bachelor of Arts
                                                                   Maughan
             matter, instrumentation for measuring radiation
             and shielding from radiation. PREREQ: JUN-
                                                                Associate Professors: Gabardi, Nilson
                                                                Assistant Professors: Anderson, Burns,
                                                                                                                or Bachelor of
             IOR STANDING IN HEALTH PHYSICS. F
             PHYS g332 Principles of Health Physics
                                                                   McBeth
                                                                Adjunct Faculty: Box, Chambers,
                                                                                                                Science in
             II 3 credits. A continuation of PHYS g331.
             A lecture/laboratory course covering topics
             such as the interaction of radiation with
                                                                   Winmill
                                                                Affiliate Faculty: Pulling
                                                                                                                Political Science
             matter, instrumentation for measuring ra-          Visiting Assistant Professor: Phippen
             diation and shielding from radiation.
                                                                The study of governments and human be-
                                                                                                                Requirements for the B.A.
             PREREQ: PHYS g331. S
                                                                ings as decision makers is at once an ancient   and B.S. Degrees:
             PHYS g411 Accelerator Health Physics 3
             credits. Fundamentals of particle accelerator      discipline and one of the most recently         In addition to the general requirements for
             design and operation. Examination of the po-       developed social sciences. Political inquiry    the B.A. and B.S. degrees, political sci-
             tential radiation environment associated with      reaches back to the recorded beginnings of      ence majors are required to take the fol-
             accelerators and health and safety issues of       human society, for individuals have always      lowing courses from the “core curriculum”:
             their operation. PREREQ: SENIOR STAND-             been curious about the nature of govern-
             ING IN HEALTH PHYSICS OR PERMIS-                                                                   POLS 101         Introduction to
                                                                ments, the bases of authority and personal-                      American Government         3 cr
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                              ity of leaders, the obligations of followers,   POLS 202         Introduction to Politics    3 cr
             PHYS g433 Advanced Health Physics I 3              and consequences of public policies. Al-        POLS 221         Introduction to
             credits. A lecture/laboratory course cover-        though interest persists in these matters,                       International Relations     3 cr
             ing topics such as personnel and effluent                                                          POLS g301        Political Parties and
                                                                inquiry has broadened to include scientific                      Interest Groups             3 cr
             monitoring, bioassay, sampling techniques,
                                                                observations about politics which utilize                        OR
             and calibration and standards. PREREQ:
                                                                relatively new techniques of analysis that      POLS g427        Voting and Public Opinion   3 cr
             PHYS g332. F                                                                                       POLS 313         Introduction to
                                                                are common to many of the social sciences.                       Political Philosophy        3 cr
             PHYS g434 Advanced Health Physics II 3
             credits. A continuation of g433 course cover-      The newer emphasis is upon systematic           POLS 331         Comparative Politics:
             ing topics such as personnel and effluent moni-    procedures of investigation, rigorous stan-                      Framework for Analysis      3 cr
                                                                dards of proof, comparative analysis and        POLS g403        The Presidency              3 cr
             toring, bioassay, sampling techniques, and                                                                          OR
             calibration and standards. PREREQ: PHYS            interdisciplinary studies.                      POLS g404        Legislative Process         3 cr
             g433 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                                                POLS g442        Constitutional Law          3 cr
                                                                Both of these approaches—the traditional                         OR
             PHYS g455 Topics in Health Physics I 2
                                                                and the behavioral—are offered in the           POLS g443        Constitutional Law          3 cr
             credits. A lecture/seminar course covering spe-
                                                                undergraduate and graduate levels of study.     POLS 460         Senior Seminar              3 cr
             cial topics in Health Physics such as state
             and federal regulations, waste disposal            The curriculum provides background in           In addition to the 27 credits from the core
             methodology, and emergency procedures.             the theory and practice of politics and         curriculum, majors are required to earn a
             PREREQ: PHYS g332 OR PERMISSION OF                 techniques of methodological inquiry for        minimum of 12 elective credits selected
             INSTRUCTOR. F                                      the student with general interests. It offers   from any of the courses in the political
             PHYS g456 Topics in Health Physics II 2            training of a general and specific nature       science curriculum (excluding POLS 459).
             credits. A continuation of g455. A lecture/        that is useful for persons planning to seek
             seminar course covering special topics in Health   careers in education, the legal profession,
             Physics such as state and federal regulations,
             waste disposal methodology, and emergency
                                                                state and local government, urban and           Emphasis in Pre-law
                                                                regional planning, the federal bureaucracy
             procedures. PREREQ: PHYS g332 OR PER-                                                              Students who desire to complete this em-
             MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S                           and journalism, or in any of the proliferat-
                                                                                                                phasis should consult with a pre-law advi-
                                                                ing quasi-public organizations which seek
             PHYS 497 ABHP Review 3 credits. May be                                                             sor in the Department of Political Science.
                                                                to monitor the political processes or to
             repeated. A course for practicing professionals
             aimed at the development and improvement of        influence the content of public policy.
             skills. May not be applied to undergraduate or     The Department of Political Science of-
                                                                                                                Minor in Political
             graduate degrees. May be graded S/U. S
             PHYS 459 Practicum in Health Physics 3
                                                                fers programs leading to Bachelor of Arts,
                                                                Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, Mas-
                                                                                                                Science
             credits. Supervised field training in Health                                                       Students seeking a minor in political science
                                                                ter of Public Administration, and Doctor
             Physics. Requires written reports. Open to stu-
                                                                of Arts degrees. Within the framework of        must complete the following: POLS 101, 202,
             dents completing their junior year in Health
             Physics. Graded S/U. F, S, Su                      the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Sci-       six credits of core curriculum courses (exclud-
                                                                ence programs, students may pursue a            ing POLS 460) and six elective political sci-
                                                                                                                ence credits (excluding POLS 459).
                                                                                                                                                    101
                                                      POLS g408 Metropolitan and Urban Stud-               POLS g451 Organizational Theory and
Political Science                                     ies 3 credits. Analysis of metropolitan and          Bureaucratic Structure 3 credits. Intro-
                                                      smaller urban systems with emphasis on rela-         duction to the study of complex organiza-
Courses                                               tionships among general groups, political or-        tions and organizational behavior in the
                                                      ganizations and institutions. Federal, state and     administration of public policy. Emphasis
Introductory Courses                                  interlocal programs will serve as a focus for        on public institutions. PREREQ: POLS 405
                                                      analyzing particular problems of metropolitan        RECOMMENDED. D
POLS 101 Introduction to American Gov-                and urban systems in the 20th century. D             POLS g452 Financial Administration and
ernment 3 credits. Constitutional basis, struc-
                                                      POLS g409 Community and Regional Plan-               Budgeting 3 credits. Emphasis on different




                                                                                                                                                              College of
ture, and administrative organization of the




                                                                                                                                                              Sciences
                                                                                                                                                               Arts and
                                                      ning 3 credits. Steps involved in planning           approaches to financial administration, rang-
national government. Cross-listed as AMST
                                                      will be analyzed in the context of community         ing from incremental and short-term planning
101. Satisfies Goal 11 of the General Educa-
                                                      and regional decision-making processes. Two          to more recent and comprehensive emphases
tion Requirements. F, S, Su
                                                      perspectives will be stressed: that of the deci-     on management by objectives and zero based
POLS 202 Introduction to Politics 3 credits.          sion-maker, the social structure within which        budgeting. The development of the Office of
This class is an introduction to the fundamental      the decision-maker operates, and strategies          Management and Budget and its relationship
issues in political science. Examples of topics       for implementing decisions; and that of the          with the President, Congress and the Federal
covered include equality, majority rule, and          citizen or group interest which lies outside the     Bureaucracy will be considered as well as
the fact-value distinction. Required for all stu-     power structure of the community. Each per-          political, organizational and behavioral con-
dents majoring in political science. F                spective will be used as a framework for             straints on budgetary decision-making. D
                                                      analyzing power configurations, techniques           POLS g454 Public Personnel Administra-
American Indian Studies                               of identifying patterns of decision making,          tion 3 credits. Operations and processes of
                                                      and various forms of citizen participation. D        personnel management in public institutions.
POLS 303 Law and the American Indian 3
credits. Study of law affecting American In-          POLS g427 Voting and Public Opinion 3                Major topics include personnel processes, pub-
dians: relations to federal, state, and tribal        credits. Analysis of the way citizens and            lic employee rights and duties, employee mo-
government, development of laws affecting             government communicate with each other.              tivation and morale, the political environment
Indians, contemporary legal issues of Idaho           Elections, public opinion, and media influence       of public personnel administration, and the
Indian tribes. PREREQ: ANTH 220 OR PER-               are studied. AF                                      impact of professionalism, technology, and
MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                              POLS g453 Public Policy Analysis 3 credits.          participatory democracy on public personnel
                                                      Theoretical and practical analyses of public         practices. D
POLS 304 Tribal Government 3 credits. Ex-
amines complex legal position of Indian tribes        policies, including theories of policy forma-        POLS g456 Labor Organization 3 credits.
as self-governing entities, principles of inherent    tion and their political implementation through      Evolution of economic systems and labor’s
tribal powers, tribal governmental organization,      governmental institutions. Case studies will         response to changing patterns of production is
tribal lawmaking, tribal justice, relation to state   provide the means of analyzing specific policy       studied, and a counter perspective to tradi-
and federal government. PREREQ: ANTH 220              problems. D                                          tional management views of “efficiency” is
OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                        POLS g455 Environmental Politics and Policy          presented. Emphasis is on governmental em-
                                                      3 credits. Study of the Political forces affecting   ployee unions. D
American Politics                                     environmental policy and investigation of sev-       POLS g457 Grantwriting 3 credits. Steps
                                                      eral specific policies affecting the environment,    involved in the grantwriting process from stra-
POLS g301 Political Parties and Interest              such as: pollution control, energy production,       tegic planning, research, and writing to finding
Groups 3 credits. The nature and develop-             hazardous chemicals, and the public lands. D         appropriate grant sources. D
ment of political parties and pressure groups as
exemplified in the United States. S
                                                      Political Analysis                                   Political Theory
POLS 308 State and Local Government 3
credits. Study of the institutions of state and       POLS g412 Modern Political Analysis 3 cred-          POLS 313 Introduction to Political Philoso-
local government in a behavioral context. D           its. Methods of political inquiry and theories       phy 3 credits. Examination of selected writ-
                                                      and doctrines of politics, with emphasis on          ings in political philosophy from the classical,
POLS g403 The Presidency 3 credits. Evolu-
                                                      modern developments. D                               Christian and early modern eras. S
tion and development of the office of the Presi-
dent; its major responsibilities in domestic and      POLS g419 Political Research Methods 3               POLS g318 Topics in Political Theory 3
foreign affairs, with emphasis on particular          credits. This class investigates the theory and      credits. This course requires examination,
power problems that confront the President. F         application of various research methods and          analysis and investigation of selected texts and
                                                      statistical techniques common to the social          topics in political philosophy. May be repeated
POLS g404 The Legislative Process 3 credits.
                                                      sciences, with particular reference to their use     for a maximum of 6 credits. D
Nature and functions of the U.S. Congress.
                                                      in political inquiry. D                              POLS g411 American Political Theory 3 cred-
Topics covered: legislative campaigns, the poli-
tics of lawmaking, congressional investigations,      POLS g419L Political Research Methods                its. Political ideas in the United States from
and major problems facing the Congress. S             Laboratory 1 credit. Application of and prac-        Colonial and Revolutionary times through the
                                                      tice in research methods. D                          controversies of the Civil War to the present. D
POLS g405 The Administrative Process 3
credits. Analysis of the principles of public                                                              POLS g420 Contemporary Political Theory
administration with an introduction to theories       Public Administration                                3 credits. Recent 20th century political phi-
of organization and administration. D                                                                      losophies and theories ranging from demo-
                                                      POLS g441 Administrative Law 3 credits.
                                                                                                           cratic, Marxist, and existentialist thought to
POLS g406 Intergovernmental Relations 3               Introductory survey of the legal principles
                                                                                                           Critical Theory and postmodernism. D
credits. Analysis of patterns of intergovern-         defining governmental administrative pro-
mental relations including changing patterns          cesses. Topics include judicial review, tort         POLS g421 Democratic Political Thoughts 3
of program and fiscal responsibility in the           liability of governments and offices, rules and      credits. Historical and contemporary models
federal system. The emerging role of new fed-         rule-making, due process, and the limits of          of democracy as well as contemporary debates
eral structures, state and substate regional or-      administrative discretion. D                         in democratic thought. Democracy is treated as
ganizations will be reviewed in the context of                                                             a contested idea. D
“new” federalism and its implications for inter-
governmental relationships. D
             102
             International Politics                             POLS g442 Constitutional Law 3 credits.            natural to the social sciences and includes
                                                                Analysis of opinions of the United States Su-      such diverse topics as sensation and per-
             POLS 221 Introduction to International Re-         preme Court concerning the distribution of         ception, brain function, learning and con-
             lations 3 credits. Conceptual introduction to      authority between the national government
             international relations, with emphasis on sov-                                                        ditioning, emotion, and interpersonal
                                                                and the states and the relationship among the
             ereignty, national interest, power, and balance    branches of the national government. F             relations. With the use of objective and
             of power. F                                                                                           systematic observation, psychologists hope
                                                                POLS g443 Constitutional Law 3 credits.
             POLS 326 Recent American Foreign Policy                                                               to answer questions such as how do people
                                                                Analysis of opinions of the United States Su-
             3 credits. Study of recent American foreign        preme Court with a special emphasis on crimi-      learn, what are the effects of tranquilizers
College of




                                                                                                                   on the behavior of normal and disturbed
Sciences




             policy focused on the interrelationship of do-
 Arts and




                                                                nal cases and civil liberties. S
             mestic and foreign policies and the problems of                                                       people, what are the roots of prejudice and
             formulating foreign policy in a democratic                                                            strife between groups and nationalities,
             state. D
                                                                General Courses
                                                                                                                   how does conscience develop in children,
             POLS g425 Topics in International Politics         POLS g371 Historical Geography of Idaho 4
                                                                                                                   and what are the neurophysiological bases
             3 credits. This course requires examination,       credits. Influences of geography and geology
                                                                on Idaho’s economic, political and cultural        for perception, motivation and memory.
             analysis and evaluation of selected topics in
             international politics. May be repeated for a      history. May be team taught. Labs, field trips,    Most of the hindrances to solving the
             maximum of 6 credits. D                            discussion sections. Cross-listed as GEOL g371
                                                                                                                   crucial problems of the world today lie
                                                                and HIST g371. AS
                                                                                                                   more in the minds of men and women than
             Comparative Government                             POLS 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops
                                                                                                                   in technological deficiencies. The study of
                                                                aimed at the development and improvement of
             POLS 331 Comparative Politics: Frame-              skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a ma-    psychology can help a young person to
             work for Analysis 3 credits. Introduction to       jor or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D     understand him or herself, other people
             various theoretical approaches to comparative                                                         and the turbulent interpersonal forces
                                                                POLS g459 Government Internship 1-9
             analyses of different cultures and nations, and                                                       around him or her, and can lead to an
                                                                credits. Directed student internship in politi-
             to other courses in this area of emphasis. F                                                          interesting and satisfying profession.
                                                                cal science and organizations or associations
             POLS g332 Comparative Politics: Change             related to public policy and the selection of
             and Political Order 3 credits. The nature of                                                          Students wishing to declare a major in
                                                                public officials involving supervised work
             political change is examined in a multifaceted     experience in research, staff management prac-     psychology must have completed 24 credit
             framework consisting of concepts such as po-       tices, or making and implementing public           hours with a grade point average of 2.0 or
             litical order, progress and decay, revolutionary   policies. The student will be placed in a super-   better.
             violence, and political culture. The technologi-   vised position commensurate with his/her
             cal and post-industrial revolutions are exam-      abilities as determined and approved by fac-
             ined as they relate to political change and
             stability in developed societies. D
                                                                ulty in the department. May be repeated up to
                                                                9 credits. F, S, Su                                Bachelor of Arts
             POLS g433 Politics of Developing Nations 3         POLS 460 Senior Seminar 3 credits. This
             credits. Study of problems in the political
             analysis of rapidly changing and unstable “de-
                                                                seminar is designed to integrate undergraduate
                                                                academic experience in the major. Students
                                                                                                                   or Bachelor of
             veloping” nation states with an emphasis on
             problems of the political, economic, and social
                                                                will be required to do research and writing on
                                                                topics encountered in their undergraduate
                                                                                                                   Science in
             development of selected states. D                  curriculum. Required of, and open to, senior
                                                                majors. S                                          Psychology
             Public Law                                         POLS g491-492 Seminar 1-3 credits. Re-
                                                                search, reading, discussion, and the prepara-      Majors in the psychology program have as
             POLS 248 Politics and the Administration of
                                                                tion of reports on selected topics. Ordinarily     their core the following courses:
             Justice 3 credits. The criminal justice system
             in the United States will be examined by inves-    for seniors majoring in political science and      PSYC 101        Intro to General
             tigating its component parts: police, court, and   having the instructor’s consent. F, S, Su                          Psychology I                 3 cr
             correction. In addition, the problem of coordi-                                                       PSYC 102        Intro to General
             nation among these agencies will be explored                                                                          Psychology II                3 cr
             as will the relationship of the criminal justice
             network to the larger society. D                   Department                                         PSYC 227
                                                                                                                   PSYC 228
                                                                                                                                   Basic Statistics
                                                                                                                                   Introduction to the
                                                                                                                                   Theory of Measurements
                                                                                                                                                                3 cr


             POLS 249 Introduction to Criminal Law 3                                                                               and Test Construction        3 cr
             credits. The major categories of criminal li-
             ability are studied within the context of Ameri-
                                                                of Psychology                                      PSYC 303
                                                                                                                   PSYC g431
                                                                                                                   PSYC g472
                                                                                                                                   Experimental Psychology
                                                                                                                                   Physiological Psychology I
                                                                                                                                   History of Psychology
                                                                                                                                                                4 cr
                                                                                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                                                                                3 cr
             can criminal justice. These include crimes                                                            PSYC 491        Seminar                      2 cr
             against individuals, property, and society. De-    Chair and Professor: Joe
             fenses available to those accused of criminal      Professors: Matthews, Roberts
             activity are also discussed. D                     Associate Professors: Enloe,                       One of the following courses:
                                                                   Hatzenbuehler                                   PSYC g435       Animal Behavior              3 cr
             POLS 342 American Legal Systems 3 cred-
                                                                                                                                   OR
             its. Relationship of the judicial process to the   Assistant Professors: Berent, Dehle,               PSYC g445       Psychology of Learning       3 cr
             American political process will be examined           Dombeck, Farmer, Gordon,
             with emphasis on the various factors influenc-        Guajardo, Turley-Ames, Vik
             ing the making of judicial decisions. D                                                               One of the following courses:
                                                                Academic Outreach Adjunct Faculty:
                                                                                                                   PSYC 341        Social Psychology         3 cr
             POLS 345 Jurisprudence and Legal Sys-                 Dickey                                                          OR
             tems 3 credits. Nature, source, and theories of    Professors Emeriti: Hartman, McGee                 PSYC g401       Theories of Personality   3 cr
             law; the role of law in modern society; and the    Psychology is defined as the science of                                              TOTAL: 30 cr
             application of legal philosophy to the political
                                                                behavior. Its domain ranges from the
             system. D
                                                                                                                                                    103
Elective Courses                                    PSYC 225 Child Psychology 3 credits.                 PSYC g401 Theories of Personality 3 cred-
                                                    Study of the child, taking the clinical view-        its. Detailed study of the leading theories of
In addition, the student must take 15               point, emphasizing the development of the            personality with emphasis on the Freudian,
additional credits in psychology; 12 of             child as a whole person rather than an ap-           Neo-Freudian, humanistic and existential theo-
these must be at the upper-division level.          proach centering on the development of               ries. PREREQ: PSYC 225 OR PSYC 301. S
Students who are preparing for gradu-               various functions. F, S                              PSYC g402 Study of Personality 3 credits.
ate study are strongly encouraged to                PSYC 227 Basic Statistics 3 credits. Consid-         Critical study of some of the leading traits and
take two of the following as part of their          eration of statistical techniques and methods        situational determinants in the area of person-
                                                    used in psychological investigations in terms        ality with emphasis on the empirical research




                                                                                                                                                              College of
required electives:




                                                                                                                                                              Sciences
                                                                                                                                                               Arts and
                                                    of derivation, application, and limitation.          supporting the validity of these constructs and
PSYC g404        Sensation and Perception    4 cr   PREREQ: MATH 143. F, S                               determinants. PREREQ: PSYC g401 OR PER-
PSYC g432        Physiological Psychology II 3 cr                                                        MISSION OF THE INSTRUCTOR. D
PSYC g446        Cognitive Processes         3 cr   PSYC 228 Introduction to the Theory of
                                                    Measurement and Test Construction 3 cred-            PSYC g404 Sensation and Perception 4 cred-
                                                    its. Brief history and survey of the develop-        its. The anatomical and physiological bases of
Minor in Psychology                                 ment of psychological test instruments and an        sensation will be reviewed. Moreover, tradi-
PSYC 101         Intro to General                   introduction to the theory and mechanisms of         tional and contemporary theories of perception
                 Psychology I                3 cr   test construction. PREREQ: PSYC 227. F, S            will be critically considered. Students will be
PSYC 102         Intro to General                                                                        expected to do laboratory work illustrating
                                                    PSYC 250 Female and Male Roles 3 credits.
                 Psychology II               3 cr                                                        basic concepts of sensory and perceptual func-
PSYC 227         Basic Statistics            3 cr   Examines the biological and social factors in-
                                                    volved in the present-day conceptions of male        tions. PREREQ: PSYC 303, PSYC g431. S
PSYC 228         Introduction to the
                 Theory of Measurements             and female and the relations between the sexes. D    PSYC g411 Advanced Psychopathology 3
                 and Test Construction       3 cr   PSYC 301 Abnormal Psychology I 3 credits.            credits. The study of various forms of behavior
PSYC 303         Experimental Psychology     4 cr                                                        pathology, primarily neuroses, psychoses, and
                 OR
                                                    The role of biological, psychological and so-
                                                    ciological factors in the development of abnor-      affective disorders, including mental deficiency
PSYC 310         Applied Techniques          4 cr
                                                    mal behavior of a functional nature. Neuroses,       and antisocial behavior. Alternative theories of
                                     TOTAL: 16 cr
                                                    character disorders, functional psychosis, be-       etiology and treatment will be examined by
In addition, the student must take 6 addi-
                                                    havior disorders of childhood, and maladap-          careful analyses of current empirical literature.
tional elective credits in psychology.                                                                   PREREQ: PSYC 301. F
                                                    tive groups. Explanatory and predictive value
                                                    of several models of psychopathology.                PSYC g412 Ethical and Professional Issues
Psychology Courses                                  PREREQ: PSYC 101, PSYC 102. F, S                     in Psychology 2 credits. Topics include in-
                                                                                                         formed consent, confidentiality, deception, duty
                                                    PSYC 302 Abnormal Psychology II 3 cred-
Courses that satisfy Goal 12 of the General         its. Alcoholism and drug dependence,                 to protect, competency, malpractice, dual and
Education Requirements are PSYC 101                 psychosomatic disorders, organic brain               collegial relationships, and impaired profes-
AND PSYC 102. PSYC 101, PSYC 102                    syndromes, and mental retardation. Con-              sionals in research and practice. PREREQ: 24
or PERMISSION OF THE INSTRUC-                       temporary approaches to assessment and               credits in psychology or permission. S
TOR are prerequisites of all upper-divi-            treatment of abnormal behavior, including            PSYC g417 Interdisciplinary Evaluation
sion courses in psychology.                         a survey of psychotherapeutic methods.               Team 1 credit. Introduction to principles, tech-
                                                    PREREQ: PSYC 301. D                                  niques of interdisciplinary evaluation. Disci-
PSYC 101 Introduction to General Psychol-           PSYC 303 Experimental Psychology 4                   plines emphasized: Audiology, Nursing,
ogy I 3 credits. Brief history of the develop-      credits. Introduction to the methods of psy-         Physical Therapy, Psychology, Social Work,
ment of psychology as a science and a study of      chological research. Students will be required       Special Education, Speech-Language Pathol-
individual behavior in terms of development,        to perform experiments. PREREQ: PSYC 227,            ogy. Cross-listed: NURS g417, SOWK g417,
personality, and adjustment. Satisfies Goal 12      PSYC 228. F, S                                       SPA g417. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF
of the General Education Requirements. F, S                                                              INSTRUCTOR. S
                                                    PSYC 310 Applied Techniques 2 credits.
PSYC 102 Introduction to General Psychol-           Acquaints students with techniques in selected       PSYC 423 Community Practicum 1-6 cred-
ogy II 3 credits. Biological bases of behavior,     areas of applied psychology, such as stress          its. Students work in public and private agen-
sensation, perception, higher cognitive pro-        management, animal training, human factors,          cies by observing or participating in professional
cesses, intelligence, and social influences on      behavior modification, etc. May be repeated          activities at a level consistent with their educa-
behavior. Satisfies Goal 12 of the General          for up to 6 credits. PREREQ: PSYC 101 OR             tion. Four hours per week per credit. PREREQ:
Education Requirements. F, S                        PSYC 102. S                                          PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
PSYC 200 Child Abuse 3 credits. Investiga-          PSYC 332 Psychology of Adolescence 3 cred-           PSYC 425 Psychology Clinic Practicum 1-6
tion into the psychological and social factors      its. Critical review of work related to the physi-   credits. Undergraduates observe and assist
which contribute to child abuse and neglect,        ological, cognitive, and emotional development       graduate students and faculty in the delivery of
and to their identification, treatment, and         of the adolescent personality. General con-          psychological services. Four hours per week
prevention. S                                       cepts relating to specific characteristics of ado-   per practicum credit. PREREQ: PERMISSION
PSYC 205 Human Sexuality 3 credits. The             lescent behavior will be developed. PREREQ:          OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S
psychological, biological, and sociological as-     PSYC 101, PSYC 102 OR PERMISSION OF                  PSYC g427 Advanced Psychometric Methods
pects of human sexuality. Emphasis on gender        INSTRUCTOR. S                                        3 credits. Critical review of the major approaches
identity, the human reproductive system, hu-        PSYC 341 Social Psychology 3 credits. Study          to psychological assessment of individuals and
man sexual expressions, and sexual problems         of the impact of social and cultural forces upon     groups with emphasis on administration and
in males and females. D                             the individual and of the interaction between        interpretation of paper and pencil personality
PSYC 211 Personality and Adjustment 3               individuals producing social phenomena.              tests. PREREQ: PSYC 227, PSYC 228. D
credits. The lifelong development of person-        PREREQ: PSYC 101, PSYC 102. F, S
ality and the search for self-realization will be   PSYC 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops
emphasized. Opportunities and crises com-           aimed at the development and improvement of
mon at various periods will be discussed.           skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a major
PREREQ: PSYC 101. D                                 or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D
             104
             PSYC g428 Personality Assessment 3 cred-               PSYC g453 Theory and Method of Psycho-
             its. Survey of psychometric instruments and
             techniques used in research and in applied
                                                                    social Child Therapy 3 credits. Review of the
                                                                    psychopathology, diagnosis, and treatment of
                                                                                                                        Religious
             settings. Includes approaches to evaluation of         the major psychosocial disorders of childhood.
             instruments and topics related to interpreting
             and applying data obtained from their use.
                                                                    PREREQ: PSYC 225 OR FCS 302 OR PER-
                                                                    MISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
                                                                                                                        Studies
             PREREQ: PSYC 228 OR PERMISSION OF                      PSYC g454 Theory and Method of Psycho-
             INSTRUCTOR. D                                                                                              Affiliate Faculty: Cardinal, Gilbert,
                                                                    social Adult Therapy I 3 credits. Review of
                                                                                                                            LaLiberté, Wise
             PSYC g431 Physiological Psychology I 3                 the psychopathology, diagnosis, and treat-
College of




                                                                                                                        Religion courses are offered by the LDS
Sciences
 Arts and




             credits. Introduction to neuropsychology with          ment of the major psychosocial disorders of
             an emphasis on methods, basic neuroanatomy,            adults. PREREQ: PSYC 445 OR PERMIS-                 Institute of Religion, Logos Center for Re-
             and neurophysiology. PREREQ: PSYC 303. F               SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                               ligious Studies and the University Bible
             PSYC g432 Physiological Psychology II 3                PSYC g455 Behavioral Assessment 3 cred-             Church. The Logos Center includes the ISU
             credits. Survey of the physiological bases of          its. The assessment of social deviance through      Ecumenical Ministry (American Baptist,
             psychological processes, including learning,           self-report, observational and mechanical tech-     Disciples of Christ-Christian, Episcopal,
             emotion, motivation, sensation, and percep-            nologies. Emphasis on the clinical utility of       United Methodist, United Presbyterian,
             tion. Emphasizes current research and theory           measurement strategies in the description of        United Church of Christ-Congregational)
             concerning brain mechanisms and behavior.              deviant behavior, treatment selection, and treat-   and the Lutheran and Roman Catholic Min-
             PREREQ: PSYC 431 OR PERMISSION OF                      ment evaluation. PREREQ: PSYC g445 OR
                                                                                                                        istries in Higher Education. A maximum of
             INSTRUCTOR. AS                                         PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
                                                                                                                        eight credits may be applied toward a de-
             PSYC g435 Animal Behavior 3 credits. Study             PSYC g458 Theory and Method of Psycho-              gree from the courses listed below.
             of experiments in animal learning that have            social Adult Therapy II 3 credits. Continua-
             thrown light upon the problem of understand-           tion of theoretical models and treatment
             ing human learning. Course is concerned with
             both observation and experimental studies of
                                                                    methods of the major psychosocial disorders of
                                                                    adults, including associated psychopathology
                                                                                                                        Religion Courses
             habit formation, conditioning, related endocri-
             nology, and nerve structure as they are associ-
                                                                    and diagnostic material. PREREQ: PSYC g454
                                                                    OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
                                                                                                                        Eligible for Credit
             ated with behavior capabilities. PREREQ: SIX           PSYC g463 Clinical Psychology and the Law           RELI 103 Introduction to the Old Testa-
             HOURS IN PSYCHOLOGY BEYOND PSYC                        2 credits. An introduction to the field of foren-   ment 2 credits. Chronological development
             101 AND PSYC 102 OR PERMISSION OF                      sic psychology by exposing students to the          of the Old Testament in its historical context.
             INSTRUCTOR. AS                                         primary areas in which clinical psychology          Graded S/U. D
             PSYC g443 Advanced Social Psychology 3                 relates to the legal system. Emphasis will be on    RELI 104 Prophets of the Old Testament 2
             credits. In-depth study of current theory, is-         expert testimony by clinicians in matters of        credits. Background and teachings of the
             sues and research in the field of social psychol-      criminal responsibility, mental competency,         major and minor prophets. PREREQ: RELI
             ogy. Emphasis is on newly emerging research            civil commitment, and child custody. D              103 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
             areas such as nonverbal communication; hu-             PSYC g464 Dilemmas of Youth 3 credits.              Graded S/U. D
             man uses of space; development of moral and            This course surveys theory and research con-        RELI 108 Contemporary Christian Thought
             ethical values; helping behavior, and compli-          cerned with dilemmas of identity formation.         2 credits. Broad outline of the theological,
             ance obedience research. PREREQ: PSYC 303              Personal accounts, literature—classical and         philosophical, and sociological current trends
             AND PSYC 341 OR PERMISSION OF                          psychological—will serve to illustrate dilem-       in Christian thinking with comparison to tradi-
             INSTRUCTOR. F                                          mas and explain their resolutions. F                tional Christian thought. Graded S/U. D
             PSYC g444 Advanced Developmental Psy-                  PSYC g465 Behavioral Medicine 3 cred-               RELI 205 Introduction to the New Testa-
             chology 3 credits. Theoretical models of the           its. Psychological issues of health, disease        ment 2 credits. Chronological development of
             social-emotional development of the child are          states, and prevention. Critical evaluation         the New Testament in its historical context.
             evaluated. Current empirical research is               of clinical research and practice, including        Graded S/U. D
             emphasized, highlighting the interaction of            nontraditional healing techniques and cur-
             cognitive and social development on indi-                                                                  RELI 206 Teachings of Jesus 2 credits. Analy-
                                                                    rent models used to understand health and           sis of the life and thought of Jesus. PREREQ:
             vidual, sibling, peer, and family function. F          disease. PREREQ: PSYC 101 OR PERMIS-
             (starting 1998)                                                                                            RELI 205 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUC-
                                                                    SION OF INSTRUCTOR. AS                              TOR. Graded S/U. D
             PSYC g445 Psychology of Learning 3 cred-               PSYC g472 History of Psychology 3 credits.
             its. Survey of the major principles of learning.                                                           RELI 208 Life and Letters of Paul 2 credits.
                                                                    Modern psychology in historical perspective.        The life and letters of Paul considered in the light
             Including the processes underlying classical           Genesis and development of fundamental
             and instrumental conditioning and motor be-                                                                of their influence on the thought and growth of
                                                                    problems and methods, with emphasis on spe-         the church. PREREQ: RELI 205 OR PERMIS-
             havior. PREREQ: PSYC 303 OR PERMIS-                    cific fields of research. PREREQ: FIFTEEN
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F                                                                                      SION OF INSTRUCTOR. Graded S/U. D
                                                                    HOURS IN PSYCHOLOGY BEYOND PSYC
             PSYC g446 Cognitive Processes 3 credits.               101 AND PSYC 102 OR PERMISSION OF                   RELI 235 Christian Church History I 2
             Survey of current theories of human learning           INSTRUCTOR. F, S                                    credits. Study of the beginnings of the Chris-
             and cognition, including decision-making,                                                                  tian Church from 4 B.C. to 1000 A. D.
                                                                    PSYC g483 Special Problems 1-3 credits.             Graded S/U. D
             information processing and an emphasis on              Research or readings in a special area of inter-
             model building and current research.                   est to be arranged on an individual basis with      RELI 236 Christian Church History II 2
             PREREQ: PSYC g445. AS                                  individual faculty. PREREQ: 24 HOURS IN             credits. Continuation of the history of the
             PSYC 451 Clinical Psychology 3 credits. Sur-           PSYCHOLOGY. D                                       Christian Church 1000 A.D. to modern times.
             veys the field of clinical psychology; with em-                                                            PREREQ: RELI 235 OR PERMISSION OF
                                                                    PSYC 491 Senior Seminar 2 credits. Li-              INSTRUCTOR. Graded S/U. D
             phasis on past and present status, diagnosis,          brary, field, or experimental research in an
             assessment, critical topics related to intervention,   area selected by the instructor, including oral     RELI 238 Contemporary American Churches
             the clinical psychologist’s professional role,         and written presentation of results. PREREQ:        2 credits. Premise, history, and development of
             and student training. PREREQ: PSYC 301. D              SENIOR STATUS AND PSYCH 303. Graded                 American churches with some comparison.
                                                                    S/U. F, S                                           Graded S/U. D
                                                                                                                                                   105
RELI 251 The World’s Living Religions 2                                                                1. Preparation of students for beginning
credits. Study and comparison of the major
religions of the world with a view of
                                                    Bachelor of Arts                                      generalist social work practice with in-
                                                                                                          dividuals, families, small groups, orga-
understanding their similarities and differences.
Graded S/U. D
                                                    in Sociology                                          nizations and communities.
RELI 275 Modern Christian Philosophy 2                                                                 2. Preparation of students to develop an
credits. Analysis of 20th century trends in         Required Courses for                                  identity which will incorporate the val-
religious thought. Graded S/U. D                                                                          ues, principles and ethics of the social
                                                    Graduation
                                                                                                          work profession.




                                                                                                                                                           College of
RELI 285 Christian Ethics 2 credits. Study




                                                                                                                                                           Sciences
                                                                                                                                                            Arts and
of Christian teachings concerning the relation-     The following courses representing the
ship of faith to problems of self and society.      core of the discipline are required. Sociol-       3. Preparation of students as beginning
Graded S/U. D                                       ogy majors must attain a grade of “C” or              social work generalists who link social
                                                    better in the following required courses:             research and social work practice.
                                                                                                       4. Preparation of students for lifelong
Department                                          SOC 101
                                                    SOC 102
                                                    SOC 206
                                                                    Introduction to Sociology
                                                                    Social Problems
                                                                    Sociological Methods
                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                          learning and critical thinking through
                                                                                                          an educational process combining a lib-
                                                    SOC 207         Social Statistics           3 cr

of Sociology,                                       SOC 301
                                                    SOC g361
                                                    SOC g403
                                                                    Principles of Sociology
                                                                    Social Stratification
                                                                    Contemporary Sociological
                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                          eral arts foundation and professional
                                                                                                          foundation.

Social Work                                         SOC 490
                                                                    Theory
                                                                    Senior Seminar
                                                                                                3 cr
                                                                                                1 cr
                                                                                                       5. Preparation of students to work with
                                                                                                          diverse, vulnerable, oppressed and dis-
                                                                                     TOTAL: 22 cr         advantaged populations.
and Criminal                                        Elective Courses                                   As a graduate of the program, the student
                                                                                                       is eligible to apply for licensure as a social
                                                    In addition to the required courses, stu-
Justice                                             dents are expected to complete 18 credit
                                                    hours from any of the remaining courses
                                                                                                       worker to the State of Idaho. Many excel-
                                                                                                       lent career opportunities for social work-
                                                    in the Sociology curriculum excluding              ers are available in the areas of family and
Chair and Associate Professor: Pierson                                                                 children’s services, adult and juvenile cor-
Professors: Aho, Bryan, Sarraf                      SOC g482.
                                                                                                       rections, health care, community mental
Associate Professor: Cowles, Cutchen,               Sixteen (16) of the total credits in Sociol-       health and services for senior citizens.
   Oakes                                            ogy must be upper division.
Assistant Professors: Brackenridge,
   Durham                                                                                              Major in Social Work
Adjunct Faculty: Leman, Phoenix, Vick               Minor in Sociology
The Department of Sociology, Social Work                                                               General Education
and Criminal Justice offers courses leading to      Required Courses                                   Requirements
the Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology or         SOC 101         Introduction to Sociology  3 cr
                                                    SOC 102         Social Problems            3 cr
social work and the Master of Arts degrees in       SOC 206         Social Research            3 cr    Students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in
sociology. For a full description of the M.A.       SOC 301         Principles of Sociology    3 cr    Social Work must complete Goals 1-9,
degrees refer to the Graduate Catalog.                                                 TOTAL: 12 cr
                                                                                                       Goals 10A and 10B and Goals 11-12.
Sociology deals with social institutions, ac-       Elective Courses (9 credits)                       Certain goals may be met using Social
tivities, and patterns of behavior of diverse       With the approval of a Department of Soci-         Work Program requirements; for example:
groups. The challenge for sociologists is to        ology faculty member, the student shall            Goal 3: MATH 143 (College Algebra) and
sort out trends and to find ways to resolve the     select nine credit hours from any of the           MATH 253 (Introduction to Statistics);
conflicts between groups of people. The soci-       electives listed for the sociology major.
ology major provides students with back-                                                               Goal 4: BIOL 100 (Concepts Biology:
ground in the basic theoretical, research, and                                                         Human Concerns);
substantive areas of the discipline. The field
of sociology leads to an understanding of the       Bachelor of Arts                                   Goal 11: ECON 100 (Economic Issues);
social forces impinging upon one’s life and                                                            Goal 12: PSYC 101 (Introduction to
can lead to careers in many diverse settings.       in Social Work                                     Psychology).
The social work program is accredited by            The Social Work Program is accredited by
the Council on Social Work Education for            the Council on Social Work Education at            Departmental Requirements
the preparation of bachelor’s-level social          the Baccalaureate level. As such it pro-           SOC 101         Introduction to Sociology    3 cr
work practitioners. This program empha-             vides students with a generalist frame-            SOC 207         Social Statistics            3 cr
                                                                                                       SOC 248         Local and National
sizes a generic base for beginning profes-          work for beginning professional social                             Minorities                   3 cr
sional social work practice. The goals of the       work practice. Social workers help indi-           SOC 301         Principles of Sociology      3 cr
program are to prepare the student for com-         viduals, families, groups, and communities
petent entry-level social work practice and         meet basic human needs and enhance the
for graduate education in social work or            quality of life. The objectives of the social
other helping professions.                          work program are:
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             Social Work Requirements                             c. Maintenance of the 2.5 minimum GPA          Requirements applicable to a four-year
                                                                     from the time of application until the      degree.
             SOWK 271        Introduction to Social Work 3 cr
             SOWK 272        Human Behavior and the                  semester of admission to the major;
                                                                                                                 Option A, Law Enforcement, recognizes
                             Social Environment            3 cr
             SOWK 308        Social Work Research          3 cr   d. Completion of SOWK 271 and SOWK             that many law enforcement agencies en-
             SOWK 371        Social Welfare Policy         3 cr      272 with a minimum grade of “C” in          courage or require personnel to obtain a
             SOWK 372        Practices with Individuals and          each course;                                higher education in order to better meet
                             Families                      3 cr
             SOWK 373        Group Work                    3 cr
                                                                                                                 increased demands to perform more effec-
                                                                  e. Completion of a Declaration of Major
                                                                                                                 tively in the face of complex legal, social,
College of




             SOWK 476        Social Work Field
Sciences




                                                                     form including the name of assigned
 Arts and




                             Practicum I                   6 cr                                                  political and economic situations. For ad-
             SOWK 477        Social Work Field                       advisor;
                                                                                                                 mission into Option A, a person must have
                             Practicum II                  6 cr
             SOWK 497        Community Organization               f. Submission of a written application         been admitted as a student in the College
                             and Social Change             3 cr      to the Social Work Admissions               of Arts and Sciences at ISU and must
             SOWK 498        Integration of Social Work              Committee.                                  immediately contact one of the Criminal
                             Methods                       3 cr
                                                                                                                 Justice Program Advisors to declare a
             An additional six units of course work               The Social Work Program does not grant         major. The advisors are Dr. Clifford Bryan,
             from any sociology, anthropology or so-              credit for previous life experience.           Sociology, and Mr. Noble Taylor, School
             cial work courses are required. Upper di-
                                                                  All social work majors are required to         of Applied Technology Law Enforcement.
             vision courses are those numbered
             300-400.                                             meet the above standards before they may       Option B, Female Corrections, provides
                                                                  enroll in upper division social work courses   an academic background specifically di-
                                                                  (those numbered 300 and above).                rected at issues associated with correc-
             Social Work Electives                                Pre-social work students enrolled in upper     tional approaches toward female offenders.
             Include:                                             division courses without admission to the      This program is based on the premise that
             SOWK g482       Independent Problems          6 cr   major will be withdrawn until major ad-        correctional workers should truly be able
             SOWK g491       Seminar                       3 cr   mission requirements have been met.            to provide corrective assistance in math-
                                                                                                                 ematics, English, and the various sciences
             Admission to Social Work                             Admission to 400 Level                         in addition to fulfilling the more tradi-
                                                                  Courses                                        tional custodial tasks. Admission into Op-
             Program                                                                                             tion B requires three letters of reference, a
             Application for admission to the Social              Admission to the senior field courses          minimum of 3.0 GPA, and a formal inter-
             Work Program is required of all students             (SOWK 476-477) is contingent upon              view with the Criminal Justice Advisors
             desiring to progress toward a social work            completion of the following:                   prior to the declaration of a major.
             major. Students apply for admission to               a. Completion of SOWK 308, SOWK 371,
             the major at the completion of the sopho-               SOWK 372 and SOC 207 with a mini-           Required Courses
             more year or after completing SOWK                      mum GPA of 2.5;
             271 and SOWK 272.                                                                                   I. General Education Requirements (45
                                                                  b. Maintenance of GPA to senior year at
             The first two years of college are spent in a                                                       credits minimum), as listed in the
                                                                     the 2.5 level;
             pre-professional program of coursework in                                                           catalog excepting as specified for Goals
             the twelve general education goals. Current          c. Submission of form applying for senior      10A, 10B, 11, and 12 provided below.
             Idaho State University students may apply               field experience;
                                                                                                                 Goal 10A
             for admission to the major during the sec-           d. Interview by program senior field place-    ANTH 238        Peoples and Cultures of
             ond semester of their sophomore year (no                ment committee prior to notification of                     the New World                3 cr
             later than October 1 for spring admission               field agencies.
             and February 15 for fall admission). Trans-                                                         Goal 10B
             fer students must submit a copy of all tran-                                                        SPAN 101-102    Elementary Spanish           8 cr
             scripts completed at other colleges or                                                                              OR
             universities other than Idaho State Univer-          Associate of Arts                                              Satisfactory completion of a
                                                                                                                                 language proficiency
             sity to the program admissions committee                                                                            examination.
             by February 15 for fall admission and Octo-          in Criminal                                    Goal 11
             ber for spring admission.
             The following criteria must be met for               Justice                                        POLS 101        Introduction to American
                                                                                                                                 Government                   3 cr
             applicant to be eligible for consideration           This two-year degree program provides          Goal 12
             for admission to the social work major:              two career goal options. Option A, Law         SOC 102         Social Problems              3 cr
             a. Completion of a minimum of 61 credit              Enforcement, is for those who are, or are      * Or approved substitutes
                hours with a minimum cumulative GPA               seeking to be, law enforcement officers.
                of 2.5 for that semester at the time of           Option B, Female Corrections, is for those
                                                                  interested in a career working in correc-      II. Social Science Requirements
                application;
                                                                  tional institutions and agencies which serve   (24 credits)
             b. Completion of the following goals or              female offenders. Graduates from either
                departmental requirements: Goals 1, 3,                                                           Option A — Law Enforcement
                                                                  option of this program will have fulfilled
                4, 11 and 12 and SOC 248;                                                                        POLS 248*       Politics and the Administra-
                                                                  the majority of the General Education                          tion of Justice              3 cr
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POLS 249         Introduction to Criminal Law 3 cr    SOC 102 Social Problems 3 credits. Theoreti-          SOC g361 Social Stratification 3 credits.
PSYC 200*        Child Abuse                   3 cr   cal analyses and application of research to           Theories and methodology of status systems;
SOC 102          Social Problems               3 cr                                                         the relation of class to the social structure;
                                                      selected social issues and social institutions
SOC 231          Juvenile Delinquency          3 cr
                                                      such as politics, economics, education, medi-         analysis of class in different societies, with
SOC 248          Local and National
                 Minorities                    3 cr   cine, families, the military, crime and correc-       emphasis upon the class system in contempo-
SOC 295          Criminal Justice Internship 4-6 cr   tions, religion and related major social forces.      rary American society. PREREQ: SOC 101
                                                      Satisfies Goal 12 of the General Education            OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. S
Option B — Female Corrections                         Requirements. F, S                                    SOC g364 Industry and Society 3 credits.
POLS 248*        Politics and the Administra-         SOC 206 Sociological Methods 3 credits. In-           Summary of the scientific knowledge that is




                                                                                                                                                                 College of

                                                                                                                                                                 Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                  Arts and
                 tion of Justice               3 cr                                                         applicable to the understanding of the socio-
                                                      troduces the principles and procedures of scien-
PSYC 200*        Child Abuse                   3 cr
                                                      tific research and includes a variety of strategies   logical aspects in industrialization as a culture
SOC 248          Local and National
                 Minorities                    3 cr   and tools for studying social phenomena. F            system, the individual work situation, and the
SOC 250          Women, Crime/Corrections 3 cr                                                              socio-political and community aspects of in-
                                                      SOC 207 Social Statistics 3 credits. A survey
SOC 295**        Criminal Justice                                                                           dustrialism. PREREQ: SOC 101 OR PERMIS-
                                                      of statistical techniques focusing on descriptive
                 Internship                  4-6 cr                                                         SION OF INSTRUCTOR. F
W S 201          Introduction to Women’s
                                                      statistics, hypothesis testing and correlations.
                 Studies                       3 cr   Students work in computer labs and use SPSS-          SOC g366 The Community 3 credits.
* Or approved substitutes                             PC to produce descriptive and summary statis-         Development of the concept of “commu-
                                                      tics for large data sets. PREREQ: MATH 253. S         nity.” Examination of selected theories of
                                                                                                            community origins, characteristics, and con-
BOTH OPTIONS:                                         SOC 231 Juvenile Delinquency 3 credits.
                                                                                                            sequences, internal community structure,
Two additional electives to be taken with             Theories of delinquency, criminal behavior,
                                                                                                            tensions, and processes of change. PREREQ:
  consent of advisor.                                 and law enforcement in relation to the modern
                                                                                                            SOC 101. AS
                                                      social institutions in American culture.
**The Criminal Justice Internship provides            PREREQ: SOC 101 OR SOC 102. F, S                      SOC g368 The Sociology of Religion 3 cred-
an option for those who seek careers outside                                                                its. Contemporary issues as they relate to reli-
                                                      SOC 248 Local and National Minorities 3
of law enforcement or women’s correc-                                                                       gion. The relationship of religion to other social
                                                      credits. Sociological assessment of historical
                                                                                                            institutions. Religious experience and mysti-
tional facilities. Credits for this course can        backgrounds and contemporary situations of
                                                                                                            cism. Prophecy and its routinization. Cults and
also be obtained as described below.                  major local and national ethnic groups. Theo-
                                                                                                            religious dissent. PREREQ: SOC 101. F
                                                      ries of race relations examine issues associated
                                                      with Black, Chicano, and American Indian              SOC 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Work-
General Information                                   populations. Cross-listed as AMST 248. S              shops aimed at the development and im-
                                                                                                            provement of skills. Does not satisfy
Please note the following guidelines:                 SOC 250 Women, Crime and Corrections 3
                                                                                                            requirements for a major or a minor. May be
                                                      credits. Analysis of theories and research appli-
1. Students enrolled in Option A who have                                                                   repeated. Graded S/U. D
                                                      cable to women’s involvement in crime, correc-
   certificates in law enforcement from the           tional centers and in professional roles in the       SOC g403 Contemporary Sociological
   ISU School of Applied Technology may               criminal justice system. PREREQ: SOC 102. S           Theory 3 credits. Survey and appraisal of
   transfer 12 credits of general electives                                                                 major schools of sociological thought at present,
                                                      SOC 295 Criminal Justice Internship 4-6
   into the Associate of Arts Criminal Jus-                                                                 with an examination of areas of change and
                                                      credits. Required reading assignments and daily
                                                                                                            controversy emphasizing recent significant so-
   tice degree.                                       journal to be completed. Maximum of four
                                                                                                            ciological contributions. PREREQ: SOC 101
                                                      credits per semester. PREREQ: PERMISSION
2. Students enrolled in Option A who have                                                                   AND SOC 301. S
                                                      OF INSTRUCTOR. F, S, Su
   completed the Idaho Peace Officer Stan-                                                                  SOC g408 Advanced Sociological Methods 3
                                                      SOC 301 Principles of Sociology 3 credits.
   dards and Training (POST) Academy                                                                        credits. Emphasizes advanced techniques in
                                                      Intensive analysis of the basic concepts and
   may obtain six credits of general elec-                                                                  research design, data measurement, and multi-
                                                      orientations which make up the sociological
                                                                                                            variate analysis utilizing computer application.
   tives which may be applied toward the              perspective as an approach to the understanding
                                                                                                            PREREQ: SOC 206 AND SOC 207. AS
   AA degree.                                         of human behavior. Focus upon such fundamen-
                                                      tal sociological concepts as role, norm, value,       SOC g413 Mind, Self and Society 3 credits.
3. Students Enrolled in Option B who have             interaction, cooperation, conflict, and other         Discussion of regularities in human social be-
   completed the Correctional Officer Stan-           social processes. PREREQ: SOC 101. F, S               havior and interaction arising from group life.
   dards and Training (COST) Academy may                                                                    Emphasizes communication, attitude, language,
                                                       SOC 321 Marriage and Family 3 credits.
   obtain six credits of general electives which                                                            interpersonal perception, sexual identities, sym-
                                                      Analysis of: American family in social-histori-
                                                                                                            bolic interaction and other phenomenological
   may be applied toward the AA degree.               cal/institutional contexts; contemporary issues
                                                                                                            experiences. PREREQ: SOC 101. F
                                                      confronting family as social institution and
4. Students who do not meet the criterion             impact of family interaction dynamics on per-         SOC g431 Criminology 3 credits. Analy-
   for 1, 2, or 3 above, must arrange indi-           sonal development/interpersonal relationships.        sis of criminal law, law enforcement, judi-
   vidual field internships or have other             Cross-listed as FCS 321. F                            cial roles and processes, correctional
   internship experience approved by the                                                                    approaches, the criminal offender and soci-
                                                      SOC g330 Sociology of Health and Illness 3
                                                                                                            etal reactions. Theory and research as appli-
   Criminal Justice Advisors.                         credits. Sociological examination of health and
                                                                                                            cable to behavior and institutional relations.
                                                      illness including social and cultural variables
                                                                                                            PREREQ: SOC 231. S
                                                      related to illness, conceptual problems in re-
Sociology Courses                                     search on health care, and a discussion of the        SOC g450 Sociology of the Third World 3
                                                      professions associated with health care. AF           credits. Survey of pertinent literature and analy-
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3 credits.                                                                sis of the socio-economic characteristics of
Introduction to the scientific point of view in       SOC g335 Demography and Human
                                                                                                            third world countries. The quest for modern-
the study of group life, social institutions, and     Ecology 3 credits. A study of the interrela-
                                                                                                            ization and social change, along with the ob-
processes. Satisfies Goal 12 of the General           tionships of population trends with technol-
                                                                                                            stacles encountered by developing nations,
Education Requirements. F, S                          ogy, environment, and social institution.
                                                                                                            will be emphasized. S
                                                      Consideration of world population patterns
                                                      and their implications. AF
             108
             SOC g482 Independent Problems 1-4                  SOWK g417 Interdisciplinary Evaluation          familiar subjects. Its emphasis on women’s
             credits. Consultation course consisting of         Team 1 credit. Introduction to principles,      concerns and women’s achievements
             independent student effort under the guid-         techniques of interdisciplinary evaluation.     opens up new areas of study. By helping
             ance of the instructor. May be repeated for a      Disciplines emphasized: Audiology, Nurs-
                                                                                                                students to understand how gender shapes
             maximum of 6 credits. PREREQ: PERMIS-              ing, Physical Therapy, Psychology, Social
             SION OF INSTRUCTOR. D                              Work, Special Education, Speech-Language        both women’s and men’s lives, the
                                                                Pathology. Cross-listed: NURS g417, PSYC        Women’s Studies program prepares them
             SOC 490 Senior Seminar 1 credit. A cap-
                                                                g417, SPA g417. PREREQ: PERMISSION              to cope with current realities and encour-
             stone course for majors emphasizing em-
             pirical research that integrates sociological      OF INSTRUCTOR. S                                ages them to contemplate future change.
College of
Sciences
 Arts and




             theory with methods and data analysis.             SOWK 476-477 Social Work Field Prac-            An interdisciplinary minor in Women’s
             PREREQ: SENIOR STATUS AND SOC                      ticum I & II 6 credits each. Field experi-
                                                                                                                Studies consists of 18 credits of courses in
             206, SOC 207 AND SOC 301. S                        ence in a social service agency under direct
                                                                supervision of licensed social worker. Mini-    gender topics offered by various depart-
              SOC g491 Seminar 3 credits. Readings, dis-
                                                                mum of 200 hours of field instruction and       ments and approved by the director of
             cussion, and preparation of reports on selected
             topics. May be repeated for up to 6 credits. D     weekly seminar. PREREQ: ADMISSION               Women’s Studies. The 18 credits must
                                                                TO SENIOR PRACTICUM. F, S                       include W S 201 and one upper division
                                                                SOWK g482 Independent Problems. Con-            course. Courses include HIST 437, Fami-
             Social Work Courses                                sultation course which may be repeated for      lies in Former Times; HIST 439, Women
             SOWK 271 Introduction to Social Work 3             maximum of 6 credits. PREREQ: 12 CRED-          in History; SPCH 440, Gender and Com-
             credits. Introduction to social welfare institu-   ITS IN SOCIAL WORK AND PERMISSION               munication; SOC 321, Marriage and Fam-
             tions, social work profession, practice ap-        OF INSTRUCTOR. D                                ily; PSYC 205, Human Sexuality; ANTH
             proaches, occupational contexts, and historical    SOWK g491 Seminar 3 credits. Reading,           215, Women and Sex Roles in Anthropo-
             development of social welfare. Designed for        discussion, and preparation of reports on       logical Perspective. Students may take up
             students considering a career in social work or    selected topics. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF          to 6 credits of W S 461 Independent Study.
             related fields. F, S                               INSTRUCTOR. D
                                                                                                                Students may also take up to 6 credits of
             SOWK 272 Human Behavior and the So-                SOWK 497 Community Organization and             WS Internship. In addition, special courses
             cial Environment 3 credits. Survey of hu-          Social Change 3 credits. Practice skills re-
                                                                                                                in gender topics are offered by various
             man development from conception through            lated to understanding and working in the
             adulthood. Focus is on the social context          community. Focus is on social action and so-    departments. Students who are pursuing a
             within which the bio-psycho-social devel-          cial change. PREREQ: ADMISSION TO SE-           minor in Women’s Studies should consult
             opment occurs using systems theory as a            NIOR LEVEL. F                                   the Director of Women’s Studies each
             framework. F, S                                    SOWK 498 Integration of Social Work Meth-       semester for a current listing of approved
             SOWK 308 Social Work Research 3 credits.           ods 3 credits. Integration of advanced skills   courses in gender topics.
             Basic elements of the scientific method and        and theory involved in working with individu-
             research on human behavior. Examination of         als, families, groups, and communities. Focus
             various research designs and techniques uti-       on work with poor, elderly, minorities, and     Women’s Studies
             lized in the field. PREREQ: ADMISSION              women. PREREQ: ADMISSION TO SENIOR
             TO MAJOR. F                                        LEVEL. S                                        Courses
             SOWK 371 Social Welfare Policy 3 credits.                                                          W S 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies 3
             Social policies are created as society’s strat-                                                    credits. Interdisciplinary survey of the ways
             egy for addressing social problems such as
             unemployment, poverty, mental illness. Pro-
                                                                Program in                                      that various academic disciplines examine
                                                                                                                women’s roles and women’s issues past present
             grams and policies are re-examined to under-                                                       and in various cultures, with a focus on Ameri-
             stand strengths and weaknesses. PREREQ:
             ADMISSION TO MAJOR. S
                                                                Women’s                                         can culture. D
                                                                                                                W S 459 Internship 1-6 credits. Directed
                                                                                                                student internship in organization related to
             SOWK 372 Practice with Individuals and
             Families 3 credits. Presents generic base of
             skills utilizing systems theory. Interview-
                                                                Studies                                         Women’s Studies. The student will be placed
                                                                                                                in a supervised position approved by fac-
             ing methods, problem identification,                                                               ulty in the program. May be repeated up to
                                                                Directors: Professor Ruckman and                6 credits. D
             assessment, treatment planning, implemen-          Assistant Professor Burns
             tation and evaluation are examined in use                                                          W S 461 Independent Study 1-3 credits.
                                                                Coordinator: Susan Green Barger
             with families and individuals. PREREQ:                                                             Selected readings and research in areas of
             ADMISSION TO MAJOR. F                                                                              Women’s Studies not covered by the regular
             SOWK 373 Group Work 3 credits. Group
                                                                Minor in Women’s                                curricular offerings. May be repeated for a
                                                                                                                maximum of six credits. PREREQ: PERMIS-
             theory, process and dynamics and their
             application to practice. Designing, facilitat-
                                                                Studies                                         SION OF INSTRUCTOR. D
             ing and terminating groups using a generic         Women’s Studies promotes an interdisci-
             skills base. PREREQ: ADMISSION TO                  plinary approach to learning which em-
             MAJOR. S                                           phasizes gender as an essential component
             SOWK 397 Workshop 1-2 credits. Workshops           in an understanding of our past, present,
             aimed at the development and improvement of        and future. Its focus on women and at-
             skills. Does not satisfy requirements for a ma-    tempt to see the world through women’s
             jor or a minor. May be repeated. Graded S/U. D     eyes provide a different perspective on


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