Ecology and Evolutionary Biology _EEB_

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                                                                Introduction to evolutionary mechanisms,                 3221.    Evolution of Green Plants Laboratory
  Ecology and Evolutionary Biology                          biogeography, and the history of major groups of plants      (291) Second semester, alternate years. One credit. One
               (EEB)                                        and animals.                                                 3-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite or corequisite:
                                                            2245W. Evolutionary Biology                                  EEB 3220 and instructor consent; open to juniors or
Head of Department: Professor Kentwood D. Wells                                                                          higher. Goffinet, L. Lewis
Department Office: Room 314, Torrey Life Sciences           (245W) Four credits. Four class periods. Prerequisite:
                                                            Six credits of college biology; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or              Study of morphological and anatomical charac-
    Building                                                                                                             ters of extant and fossil plants. Phylogenetic inferences
                                                            3800.
For major requirements, see the College of Liberal Arts         Content as in EEB 2245; requires major writing           from morphological and molecular characters. Discus-
and Sciences section of this Catalog.                       assignment.                                                  sion of primary literature.
2202.    Evolution and Human Diversity                      3201.    Animal Behavior                                     3230.    Marine Biology
(202) Second semester, alternate years. Three credits.      (253) (Also offered as PSYC 3201.) Either semester           (294) (Also offered as MARN 3014.) First semester
Schlichting                                                 (Waterbury). Three credits. Prerequisite: BIOL 1102          (Storrs) second semester (Avery Point). Three cred-
    The biological bases of human diversity from ge-        or 1107, and PSYC 1100. Trumbo                               its. Two class periods and one 2-hour laboratory pe-
netic and evolutionary perspectives. Topics include             Principles of animal behavior derived from a             riod. Prerequisite: One year of laboratory biology.
the genetic basis for human variation and race; ad-         review of descriptive and analytic studies in                Whitlatch/Storrs, Dierssen/AveryPoint
aptations of human populations; the role of genes           laboratory and field. Sometimes offered in                        The study of the kinds and distributions of marine
and environments in producing human variability;            multimedia format.                                           organisms. Particular attention is paid to biotic features
cultural evolution; origin and spread of “modern”                                                                        of the oceans, organism-habitat and relationships and
humans. CA 3. CA 4-INT.                                     3203.    Developmental Plant Morphology                      general ecological concepts influencing marine
                                                            (203) (Also offered as EEB 5203.) First semester, al-        populations and communities. Field trips are required.
2208.    Introduction to Conservation Biology               ternate years. Four credits. Two class periods and two       A fee of $10 is charged for this course.
(208) Second semester. Three credits. Elphick               2-hour laboratory periods. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108
    Patterns of biodiversity and extinction; causes of      or instructor consent; open to juniors or higher. Jones      3240.    Biology of Bryophytes and Lichens
extinction and population declines; ecological                  Analysis of diversity in plant form; principles of       (240) (Also offered as EEB 5240.) Second semester,
restoration; conservation planning; protection of           plant construction and development.                          alternate years. Four credits. Three class periods and
ecosystem services; implementing conservation                                                                            one 3-hour laboratory period. Prerequisites: Six cred-
actions; conservation economics; conservation law;          3204.    Aquatic Plant Biology                               its of 2000-level or above biology or instructor con-
effects of global change.                                   (204) (Also offered as EEB 5204.) First semester, al-        sent. Goffinet
                                                            ternate years. Four credits. Two lectures and two 3-              Diversity, evolution, ecology, development and
2210.    Animal Models and Human Evolution                  hour field trip/laboratory periods. Prerequisite: BIOL       taxonomy of the bryophytes (mosses, liverworts and
(210) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         1108 or 1110 or instructor consent. Les                      hornworts) and lichen-forming fungi.
Any one of the following: BIOL 1102, 1107 or 1108               Field and laboratory-oriented study of the
or ANTH 2502, or consent of instructor. Goldman             anatomy, morphology, ecology, physiology,                    3247.    Limnology
    Information from a variety of animal models will        systematics and evolution of vascular aquatic and            (247) First semester. Four credits. Three class periods
be used to evaluate and expand upon current hypoth-         wetland plants.                                              and one 4-hour laboratory. Prerequisite: MATH 1120
eses regarding the evolution of unique hominid traits                                                                    or 1131; CHEM 1122 or 1124 or 1127 or 1137 or 1147;
such as consciousness, language, learning by imita-         3205.    Current Issues in Environmental Science             BIOL 1108; or instructor consent.
tion, an extended period of parental care, and a highly     (205) First semester, alternate years. Three credits. Open       Linkages among physical, chemical, and biological
developed and complex social system.                        to honors students. Open to non-honors students only         processes in freshwater habitats.
                                                            with consent of instructor. Recommended preparation:
2214.    Biology of the Vertebrates                         8 credits of college level science. Simon, Thorson           3250.    Biology of the Algae
(214) First semester. Three credits. Two 1-hour lec-            Readings and discussions of current issues in            (290) (Also offered as EEB 5250.) First semester, al-
ture periods, with demonstrations. Prerequisite: Three      environmental science, emphasizing linkages between          ternate years. Four credits. Three lectures and one 4-
credits of introductory Biology. Rubega, Schwenk,           earth, oceans, atmosphere, and biosphere. Topics             hour laboratory. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or 1110 or
Wells                                                       include: climate change; watershed changes;                  instructor consent; open to juniors or higher. L. Lewis
    Evolutionary history and diversity of vertebrates       alternative energy; population growth; endangered                Laboratory and field-oriented study of major
with emphasis on classification, fossil history, feeding,   biodiversity; genetically-engineered organisms;              groups of algae, emphasizing structure, function,
locomotion, physiological ecology, reproduction,            deforestation/restoration; risk assessment; tradeoffs;       evolution, systematics, and ecology.
defense, and social behavior.                               problem-solving; alternative futures.                        3254.    Mammalogy
2227.    Biology of Plants                                  3209W. Soil Degradation and Conservation                     (254) (Also offered as EEB 5254). First semester, al-
(227) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisites: BIOL    (209W) (Also offered as EEB 5209.) Second semes-             ternate years. Four credits. Two class periods and
1108 or 1110 or instructor consent. L. Lewis                ter, alternate years. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL      one 4-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite: Six cred-
   Structure, function, evolution, and ecology of plants.   1010 or 1011 or 3800. Recommended preparation: EEB           its of 2000-level or above biology courses and consent
Importance of plants for ecosystems and human life.         2244 or equivalent. Open only by instructor consent.         of instructor. EEB 2214 is recommended. Schwenk
                                                                 Causes and consequences of soil degradation in             Diversity, behavior, reproduction, ecology, and evo-
2244.    General Ecology                                                                                                 lution of mammals. Laboratories cover anatomy, sys-
(244) First semester. Four credits. Prerequisite: Six       agricultural and natural ecosystems, including salin-
                                                            ization, erosion, nutrient impoverishment, acidifica-        tematics, and distribution of major groups of mam-
credits of college biology. Three lectures and one 2-                                                                    mals. Field trips required.
hour discussion section. Adams, Chazdon, Colwell,           tion, and biodiversity loss. Historical perspective and
Silander, Turchin                                           current strategies of soil conservation.                     3256.    Plants and Civilization
    Fundamental ecological dynamics of communities,         3220.    Evolution of Green Plants                           (256) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
populations and ecosystems, with emphasis in                (280) (Also offered as EEB 5220.) Second semester,           Three credits of introductory biology. Anderson
discussion sections on reading primary literature,          alternate years. Three credits. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108          Plants and animals used by people; origin, history,
problem-solving, and exposure to ecological research        or 1110; open to juniors or higher. Goffinet, L. Lewis       biology, distribution, and role in development of
techniques.                                                     Introduction to morphological, ultrastructural, and      civilizations.
2244W. General Ecology                                      molecular characters used for inferring evolutionary         3265.    Herpetology
(244W) Four credits. Prerequisite: Six credits of col-      relationships of green plants, from green algae to           (265) (Also offered as EEB 5265). Second semester,
lege biology; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                    flowering plants, with emphasis on evolutionary              alternate years. Four credits. Two class periods and
    Content as in EEB 2244; requires major writing          changes involved in the transition from aquatic to           one 4-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite: Six credits
assignment.                                                 terrestrial habitats.                                        of 2000-level or above biology and consent of instruc-
                                                            3220W. Evolution of Green Plants                             tor. EEB 2214 is recommended. Wells.
2245.    Evolutionary Biology                                                                                                Physiological ecology, reproductive biology, behav-
(245) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Six     (280W) Four credits. Three class periods and one dis-
                                                            cussion period. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or 1110;             ior, and community ecology of amphibians and reptiles.
credits of college biology. Caira, Henry, Holsinger,                                                                     Laboratories cover evolution, systematics, and distri-
Jockusch, Simon                                             ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
                                                               Content as in EEB 3220. Major writing assign-             bution of amphibians and reptiles of the world. Field
                                                            ment required.                                               trips required.
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3269.    Social Insects                                      3899.    Independent Study                                   4250.    General Entomology
(269) (Also offered as EEB 5269.) Second semester,           (299) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by         (286) First semester. Four credits. Two class periods
alternate years. Three credits. Prerequisite: Six cred-      arrangement. Open only with consent of instructor and        and two 2-hour laboratory periods. Prerequisite: BIOL
its of introductory biology. Adams                           the department honors committee. May be repeated             1108. Henry, Schaefer, Wagner
     Behavior, ecology, evolution of social insects: ants,   for credit with a change in topic.                               The biology of insects: anatomy, physiology,
wasps, bees, and termites.                                       Independent investigation of special problems in         ecology, behavior, development, evolution, and
3271.    Systematic Botany                                   ecology and evolutionary biology.                            diversity.
(271) Second semester, alternate years. Four credits.        4120.    Paleobiology                                        4251.    Medical Entomology
Two class periods and two 2-hour laboratory periods.         (Also offered as GSCI 4120.) Second semester, alter-         (284) Second semester, alternate years. Three credits.
Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or 1110. Les                         nate years. Four credits. Three class periods and one        Two class periods and one 2-hour laboratory period.
    Classification, identification, economic                 3-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or         Prerequisite: BIOL 1108. Schaefer
importance, evolution and nomenclature of flowering          GSCI 1050; or GSCI 1051-1052.                                    Identification and biology of disease-spreading
plants. Laboratory compares vegetative and                        Ancient life, including the preservation of organ-      poisonous, and parasitic arthropods.
reproductive characters of major families.                   isms as fossils, evolution, ecology, geobiology, bios-       4251W. Medical Entomology
3273.    Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy                      tratigraphy, and major events in the history of life.        (284W) Four credits. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108; ENGL
(273) First semester, alternate years. Four credits.         Includes microorganisms, animals, and plants.                1010 or 1011 or 3800.
Three class periods and one 3-hour laboratory period.        4200.    Biology of Fishes                                       Content as in EEB 4251; requires major writing
Prerequisite: BIOL 1108. Schwenk                             (200) Second semester, alternate years. Four credits.        assignment.
    Anatomy, development, functional morphology,             Three class periods and one three-hour laboratory pe-
and evolution of living vertebrate animals.                                                                               4252.    Field Entomology
                                                             riod. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108. Schultz                       (252) Either semester, summer sessions, or any frac-
3307. African Field Ecology and Renewable                        An introduction to the biology of fishes, with an        tions thereof. Credits and hours by arrangement, to
Resources Management                                         emphasis on adaptation and evolutionary diversifi-           permit offering special sessions of the course to inter-
(207) (Also offered as NRE 3305 and EEB 5307.) Sec-          cation. Topics include the evolution of major groups,        ested students during the spring recess or between fall
ond semester, alternate years. Four credits. One class       morphology, physiology, behavior, and population             and spring semester break. Consent of instructor re-
period during the semester, followed by three weeks          and community ecology. Lectures, critical                    quired.
in the field in South Africa. Recommended prepara-           discussions of current journal articles, student                 Collection, identification, and ecology of insects.
tion: EEB 2244. Instructor consent required. Silander        presentations, and exercises in the field and
    An intensive, field oriented methods course con-         laboratory. Field trips required.                            4253.    Concepts of Applied Entomology
ducted primarily in South Africa at the Basil Kent Field                                                                  (288) Second semester, alternate years. Three credits.
                                                             4215.    Physiological Ecology of Animals                    Two class periods and one 3-hour laboratory period.
Station, Great Fish River Reserve in collaboration with      (296) Second semester, alternate years. Three credits.
the University of Fort Hare. An introduction to South                                                                     Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or 1110. Schaefer
                                                             Prerequisites: BIOL 1107 and BIOL 1108. Schultz                  Control, ecology, economics, damage assessment
Africa culture and history, ecology, and natural re-              Physiology of animals in an evolutionary context:
sources is provided in weekly meetings during the se-                                                                     and detection of insect infestations.
                                                             how individuals cope and how species adapt to natural
mester. This is followed by three weeks in the field in      environments. Lectures, student-led presentations, and       4253W. Concepts of Applied Entomology
South Africa. Topics covered include vegetation and          critical discussions of current journal articles.            (288W) Four credits. Two class periods and one 3-
faunal surveys, data collection and analysis,                                                                             hour laboratory period. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or
biodiversity monitoring, and conservation manage-            4230W. Methods of Ecology                                    1110; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
ment. A research paper relating to an independent study      (293WC) First semester. Four credits. Two class peri-            Content as in EEB 4253. Major writing assign-
conducted by the student in the field is required.           ods and two 3-hour laboratories. Prerequisite: EEB           ment required.
CA 4-INT.                                                    2244 or instructor consent; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or
                                                             3800. Recommended preparation: One course in sta-            4260.    Ornithology
3891. Internship in Ecology, Conservation, or                tistics and one course in calculus. Chazdon, Silander        (281) Second semester. Two credits. Two class peri-
Evolutionary Biology                                              An intensive introduction to field and laboratory       ods. Rubega
(206) Either semester. One to nine credits per semes-        methods in ecology. Emphasis will be placed on the               Adaptations, habits, and importance of birds.
ter. Hours by arrangement. Prerequisite: Instructor          use of quantitative and analytical techniques in
consent. May be repeated for a total of up to 15 cred-                                                                    4261.    Ornithology Laboratory
                                                             physiological, population, community and ecosystem           (287) Second semester. Two credits. One 4- hour labo-
its using either EEB 3891 and/or EEB 5891. Students          ecology. An introduction to sampling procedures, data
taking this course will be assigned a final grade of S                                                                    ratory period; required field trips. Prerequisite: Con-
                                                             collection and statistical analysis. Computers will be       sent of the instructor. Open only to students who are
(satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory).                        used to model population and community dynamics
     Internship with a non-profit organization, a                                                                         currently taking, or have completed, EEB 4260.
                                                             and to analyze ecological data sets. Laboratory periods      Rubega
governmental agency, or a business under the                 will consist of field and laboratory problems; field trips
supervision of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology                                                                               Methods of field study and identification of birds;
                                                             required, including occasional weekend trips.                functional morphology, preparation of study skins and
faculty. Activities relevant to the practice of ecology,
biodiversity, evolutionary biology, or conservation          4243.    Insect Classification and Identification            specimens. Field trips, including at least one required
biology will be planned and agreed upon in advance           (243) Second semester, alternate years. Four credits.        day-long weekend trip.
by the job site supervisor, the faculty coordinator,         Three 1-hour lecture periods and one 4-hour labora-          4268.    Ecological Plant Geography
and the intern. One credit may be earned for each 42         tory. Prerequisite: Instructor consent. Henry                (268) Second semester, alternate years. Three credits.
hours of pre-approved activities up to a maximum                 A phylogenetic approach to the classification and        Three class periods and one weekend field trip. Prereq-
of nine credits.                                             identification of the principal families of insects.         uisite: EEB 2244 and 2245 or instructor consent.
                                                             Analysis of evolutionary innovations responsible for              Geographical differences in vegetation
3894.    Undergraduate Seminar                               diversification of the major groups.
(297) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by                                                                      composition and plant adaptation. A global perspective
arrangement. May be repeated for credit with a change        4243W. Insect Classification and Identification              on effects of climate, soil, local conditions and
in topic. Content varies with instructor.                    (243W) Three 1-hour lecture periods plus individual          ecosystem processes.
                                                             tutorials for writing assignments. Prerequisite: Instruc-    4272.    The Summer Flora
3895.    Special Topics                                      tor consent; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Henry
(298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-                                                                      (272) Summer session. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                                 Content as in EEB 4243, but without laboratory.          Three credits of college botany.
ment. With a change in content, may be repeated for          A major writing assignment is required.
credit. Prerequisites and recommended preparation                                                                             Identification of Connecticut’s native and exotic
vary.                                                        4248.    Limnological Methods                                plants; lecture, laboratory and field study.
                                                             (238) Second semester. Three credits. One class pe-          4274.    Introduction to Animal Parasitology
3898.    Variable Topics                                     riod and two 3-hour field/laboratory periods. Prereq-
(289) Either semester. Three credits. With a change of                                                                    (283) First semester, alternate years. Four credits. Two
                                                             uisite: Instructor consent and EEB 3247, which may           class periods, and two 2-hour laboratory periods. Pre-
topic, may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites and         be taken concurrently. Rich
recommended preparation vary.                                                                                             requisite: BIOL 1108. Caira
                                                                 Field and laboratory study of physical, chemical,            Protozoan and metazoan parasites of humans and
                                                             and biotic elements of freshwater habitats. Field trips      other animals.
                                                             required.
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4275.    Invertebrate Zoology                              1200.    Principles of Economics (Intensive)                  2104W. Economic History of the Middle East
(275) First semester, alternate years. Four credits. Two   (102) (Formerly offered as ECON 113.) Second se-              (204W) Prerequisites: ECON 1200 or both ECON
class periods and one 4-hour laboratory period. Pre-       mester. Four credits. Four class periods. Recom-              1201 and 1202. (1201 may be taken concurrently);
requisite: Six credits of introductory biology. Caira      mended preparation: ECON 1000. Not open for credit            ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. CA 4-INT.
    Body organization, functional morphology and           to students who have passed ECON 1201, 1202, or               2110.    History of Economic Thought
evolution compared among major invertebrate phyla.         113. May not be taken concurrently with ECON 1201             (205) Second semester. Three credits. ECON 1200 or
Field trips required.                                      or 1202.                                                      both ECON 1201 and 1202. Cosgel, Cunningham,
4276.    Plant Anatomy
                                                               Same core principles as ECON 1201 and 1202.               Langlois
(276) First semester, alternate years. Four credits. Two   One half macroeconomics and one half                              The evolution of economic ideas significant to their
class periods and two 2-hour laboratory periods. Pre-      microeconomics. More demanding than ECON 1201                 own times and to the state of current theory. Mainly
requisite: BIOL 1108 or 1110 or instructor consent.        and 1202. Substitutes for ECON 1201 or 1202 as a              nineteenth and twentieth century thinkers.
Jones                                                      prerequisite for all junior-senior level courses. May
                                                           or may not substitute for ECON 1201 and 1202 outside          2110W. History of Economic Thought
    Internal structure of seed plants: development and                                                                   (205W) Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or ECON 1201 and
environmental responses.                                   economics; check Catalog. CA 2.
                                                                                                                         1202; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                           1201.    Principles of Microeconomics
4276W. Plant Anatomy
                                                           (112) Both semesters. Three credits. May be taken be-         2126.    Philosophy and Economics
(276W) Four credits. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or 1110                                                                     (206) (Also offered as PHIL 2245.) Either semester.
or instructor consent; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.          fore or after ECON 1202. Not open for credit to stu-
                                                           dents who have passed ECON 1200 or 113. May not               Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or ECON
4896W. Senior Research Thesis in Ecology and               be taken concurrently with ECON 1200.                         1201.
Evolutionary Biology                                           How the invisible hand of the market functions               An examination of the normative assumptions and
(292W) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-        through the economic decisions of firms and                   implications of modern economics (for example, the
rangement. Prerequisite: Three credits of EEB 3899,        individuals. How prices, wages and profits are                connections between Classical Utilitarianism and
which may be taken concurrently; ENGL 1010 or 1011         determined, resources are allocated and income is             Welfare Economics). Attention to methodological
or 3800; open to juniors or higher; open only with con-    distributed. Topical subjects (e.g., energy policy and        controversies in contemporary economic theory.
sent of instructor and department honors committee.        health care). CA 2.                                           2127.    Beyond Self-Interest
Not limited to honors students.
    A “W” course for students writing a senior thesis      1202.    Principles of Macroeconomics                         (207) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
on their independent research.                             (111) Both semesters. Three credits. May be taken be-         ECON 1200 or 1201. Minkler
                                                           fore or after ECON 1201. Not open for credit to stu-              A contrast to the assumptions, values, methodology,
                                                           dents who have passed ECON 1200 or 113. May not               and philosophical underpinnings of mainstream
             Economics (ECON)                              be taken concurrently with ECON 1200.                         economic analysis. Altruism, role of social norms and
                                                               The organization and function of the economic             culture, importance of work, moral assessment of
Head of Department: Associate Professor William Lott       system as a total unit. Economic decisions, institutions,     economic systems, feminist and ecological economics.
Department Office: Room 345, Monteith Building             and policies that determine levels and rates of growth        2127W. Beyond Self-Interest
For major requirements, see the College of Liberal Arts    of production, employment, and prices. Topical                (207W) Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or 1201; ENGL
and Sciences section of this Catalog.                      subjects (e.g., government budget deficits and current        1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                           interest-rate policy). CA 2.
1000.    Essentials of Economics                                                                                         2198.    Topics in Economic History and Thought
(101) First semester. Three credits. Not open for credit   2101.    Economic History of Europe                           (202) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
to students who have passed ECON 1200, 1201, 1202,         (201) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:            ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202 or instruc-
or 113.                                                    ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202 (1201 may                tor consent. May be repeated for credit, with change
     A one-semester general introduction to micro- and     be taken concurrently). Cosgel, Langlois                      in topic. Carstensen, Cosgel, Langlois, Minkler
macroeconomics. Economic concepts include:                      Economic evolution of Europe from feudal times               Special topics in economic history, the history of
opportunity costs, demand and supply, incentives,          to the present, emphasizing the modern period: the rise       economic thought, the philosophy and methodology
comparative advantage, inflation and employment            of commerce, industry, and banking; the growth of             of economics, or alternative economic theories.
policies, balance of international payments, and           population and the labor force; the changing position
                                                           of agriculture; business fluctuations; and forms of           2198W. Topics in Economic History and Thought
economic growth. CA 2.                                                                                                   (202W) Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201
                                                           economic organization. CA 1.
1107. Honors Core: Economies, Nature, and the                                                                            and 1202 or instructor consent; ENGL 1010 or 1011
Environment                                                2101W. Economic History of Europe                             or 3800.
(107) Either semester. Three credits.                      (201W) Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or both ECON
                                                           1201 and 1202 (1201 may be taken concurrently);               2201.    Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
    Impact of nature on societies; effects of geography
and climate on economic development and income             ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. CA 1.                              (218) Both semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite:
inequality. Impact of humans on their environment;                                                                       ECON 1200 or 1201. Recommended preparation:
                                                           2102.    Economic History of the United States                ECON 1202 and one of MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q,
environmental problems; collapse of societies;             (203) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
sustainable development. CA 2.                                                                                           1131Q, or 1151Q. Cosgel, Heffley, Kimenyi,
                                                           ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202, ECON                    Knoblauch, Lott, Miceli, Minkler, Randolph, Ray,
1108. Game Theory in the Natural and Social                1201 may be taken concurrently. Carstensen                    Segerson
Sciences                                                       Issues in American economic development,                     Intermediate microeconomic theory, covering
(108) Either semester. Three credits. Not open for         including the political economy of the Constitution, the      demand and supply, exchange and production, pricing,
credit to students who have passed ECON 2201 or            economics of slavery, the rise of modern corporations         and welfare economics.
2202. Knoblauch                                            and the causes of the Great Depression. CA 1.
    Introduction to game theory. Applications in the                                                                     2202.    Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
                                                           2102W. Economic History of the United States                  (219) Both semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite:
natural and social sciences and technology may include     (203W) Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201
electric power auctions, evolutionary biology, and                                                                       ECON 1200 or 1202. Recommended preparation:
                                                           and 1202. (1201 may be taken concurrently); ENGL              ECON 1201 and one of MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q,
elections. CA 2.                                           1010 or 1011 or 3800. CA 1.                                   1131Q, or 1151Q. Ahking, Cunningham, Morand,
1179.    Economic Growth and the Environment               2104.    Economic History of the Middle East                  Zimmermann
Either semester. Three credits. Not open to students       (204) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisites:               Intermediate macroeconomic theory, covering
who have passed ECON 1000 or 1107. Morand                  ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202. (1201 may               national income accounting; the determination of
    Simple economic concepts and tools and their ap-       be taken concurrently). Cosgel                                aggregate output, employment and price levels;
plication to the interactions between growing econo-           Economic history of the Middle East, including the        elements of business cycles and economic growth.
mies and the environment. Concepts include: supply         organization of rural and urban activity, relationship with
and demand; models of economic growth; theory of                                                                         2301.    Mathematical Economics
                                                           Western Europe, and the roles of international trade,         (214) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
externalities; valuation of natural capital and environ-   foreign capital, petroleum, and institutional structure in
mental services; trade theory. CA 2.                                                                                     ECON 1200 or both 1201 and 1202; MATH 1071Q
                                                           economic development. CA 4-INT.                               or 1110Q or 1121Q or 1131Q. Heffley, Knoblauch,
                                                                                                                         Lott, Ray, Segerson, Zimmermann
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    Application of mathematical techniques to                  The nature of money, the origins of monetary               Analysis of poverty and income maintenance
economic problems. Methods studied: set theory, linear     standards and systems, the development and operation        programs: theories of income distribution and
algebra, equilibrium analysis, unconstrained and           of commercial banking, the Federal Reserve System,          comparison of public policies in the U.S. and other
constrained optimization, comparative statics, and         and international monetary agencies.                        countries.
linear programming.                                        2431. Economics of Taxation and Government                  2462.    Government and Industry
2311.    Empirical Methods in Economics I                  Spending                                                    (232) (Formerly offered as ECON 264.) Second se-
(212C) Second semester. Three credits. Two class pe-       (220) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 1201 or
riods and one 2-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite:      ECON 1200 or 1201. Recommended preparation for              1200. Knoblauch, Langlois, Minkler
ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202; and                  students who have completed ECON 1201: ECON                    Relations between government and business.
MATH 1071Q or 1110Q or 1121Q or 1131Q; and                 1202.                                                       Public policies enforcing, supplementing, or replacing
STAT 1000Q or 1100Q. A course recommended for                  Critical issues in taxation and government              competition in particular markets, studies of selected
all students majoring in economics. Couch, Lee, Lott,      expenditures. Emphasis on institutions and public           industries and legal cases.
Ray, Tripathi                                              policy. Topics include: rationale for and effects of
                                                                                                                       2467.    Economics of the Oceans
     Introduction to the empirical testing of economic     progressive taxation, reform of the tax system, Social
                                                           Security and Medicare, welfare reform, defense, and         (233) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
theories. Student projects testing simple economic                                                                     ECON 1200 or 1201.
models.                                                    fiscal federalism.
                                                                                                                           Economies of industries that use and manage
2312W. Empirical Methods in Economics II                   2439.    Urban Development and Policy                       ocean resources. Applications of industrial
(213WC) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequi-          (221) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         organization, law and economics, natural resource
site: ECON 2311; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                ECON 1200 or 1201.                                          theory, and environmental economics.
Lee,Lott, Ray, Tripathi                                         Education, housing, anti-poverty, economic
                                                                                                                       2477. Transitional Economies of Russia and
    Analysis of economic time series, estimation of        development, and transportation policies for American       Eastern Europe
single- and simultaneous-equation economic models,         cities and metropolitan areas. Emphasis on different        (228) (Formerly offered as ECON 244.) First semes-
and statistical decision theory.                           roles of policies that act upon people versus places.       ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or both
2326.    Operations Research
                                                           Analysis tools for regional economic development            ECON 1201 and 1202.
(216C) First semester. Three credits. Two 75-minute        such as input-output matrices and cost-benefit analysis.         Economic transition of these formerly socialist
classes per week. Seven of the classes will be held at     2440.    Economics of the Global Economy                    economies into capitalist, market economies.
the computer lab. Recommended preparation: ECON            (222) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisites:        Comparison of centrally planned and market economies.
1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202.                           ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202. Hallwood.             Problems of macroeconomic imbalance, economic
    Extensive use of computer spreadsheets to find             Analysis of economic integration in the global          distortions, shortages and repressed inflation. Means
efficient solutions to problems faced by managers in       economy with emphasis on the position of the USA.           and timing of price liberalization, privatization,
both the public and private sectors. Optimization of       Several specialist areas of economic thought brought        restructuring, currency convertibility, and building
input and output mixes, of delivery routes, and            to bear - economic history, economics of the multina-       legal and financial institutions.
communication networks.                                    tional enterprise, international trade, international fi-   2481.    Internship – Field Study
2327.    Information Technology for Economics              nance, labor economics, environmental economics,            (294) (Formerly offered as ECON 3481.) Both semes-
(217) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisites:       and economics of the internet. Institutional historical,    ters. Two credits. Hours by arrangement. Prerequisite:
ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202; and STAT             and political economy approaches are emphasized.            Instructor consent required; students must have: nine
1000Q or 1100Q. Ahking, Cosgel, Lott                       2441.    Labor Economics                                    credits of 2000-level or above economics courses (six
    The presentation of economic data and testing of       (225) (Formerly offered as ECON 274.) Second se-            of which may be concurrent); students must be at least
economic theory through the use of appropriate             mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 1201, or          6th-semester and have a minimum GPA of 2.25 or a
computer based tools. Analysis of macroeconomic            1200. Recommended preparation: ECON 2201.                   minimum of 2.5 in economics courses at the 2000-
concepts such as the consumption function, influence       Couch, Kimenyi                                              level or above; students must secure a satisfactory in-
of the money supply, budget deficits, and interest rates       Economics of labor: human capital theory,               tern position before the end of the second week of the
on macroeconomic equilibrium, and the tradeoff             discrimination, unemployment, manpower policy, and          semester of enrollment in this course; they should be-
between unemployment and inflation. Analysis of            trade unions.                                               gin consultation with the instructor several months in
microeconomic concepts such as demand, supply,                                                                         advance; must be taken concurrently with ECON
elasticity, the achievement of equilibrium price and       2441W. Labor Economics
                                                           (225W) (Formerly offered as ECON 274W.) Prereq-             2491; no credit will be given for one course without
quantity, and analysis of several industries and the                                                                   the other. Does not count toward the economics ma-
stock market. Analysis of historical data such as          uisite: ECON 1201 or 1200; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or
                                                           3800. Recommended preparation: ECON 2201.                   jor. Students taking this course will be assigned a fi-
aggregate and specific price levels, sectoral shifts in                                                                nal grade of S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory).
the economy, and changes in income distribution.           2444.    Women and Minorities in the Labor Market                Supervised field work, of six to eight hours per
2328. Applied Regional Analysis: The                       (224) (Formerly offered as ECON 279.) First semes-          week, relevant to some area of economics, with a
Connecticut Economy                                        ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or both         business firm, government agency or non-profit
(215) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        ECON 1201 and 1202. Furtado, Kimenyi, Randolph              organization. Evaluation by the field supervisor and
ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202; STAT                      Issues and problems confronting women and              by the instructor (based on a detailed written report
1000Q or 1100Q. Recommended preparation: MATH              minorities in the workplace, using economic theory,         submitted by the student).
1070Q.                                                     institutional analysis, and empirical investigation.
                                                           Historical background, allocation of time,                  2491.    Internship – Research Paper
     Methods of regional economic analysis applied to                                                                  (295) (Formerly offered as ECON 3491.) Both semes-
Connecticut. Descriptive statistics, input-output mod-     discrimination, earnings determination, occupational
                                                           structure, labor unions, and public policy.                 ters. One credit. Hours by arrangement. Prerequisite:
els, economic indexes, linear regression, forecasting                                                                  Instructor consent required; students must have: nine
and related tools are used to explore labor markets,       2446.    Labor Legislation                                  credits of 2000-level or above economics courses (six
housing, public policy and other topics.                   (226) (Formerly offered as ECON 276.) Second se-            of which may be concurrent); students must be at least
2328W. Applied Regional Analysis: The                      mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 1201 or           6th-semester; have a minimum GPA of 2.25 or a mini-
Connecticut Economy                                        1200.                                                       mum of 2.5 in economics courses at the 2000-level or
(215W) Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201               Legal status of labor, unorganized and organized,       above; must be taken concurrently with ECON 2481;
and 1202; STAT 1000Q or 1100Q; ENGL 1010 or 1011           in legislation and court decisions. Emphasis on the         no credit will be given for one course without the other.
or 3800. Recommended preparation: MATH 1070Q.              labor contract, bargaining procedures, and union and            Research paper of 3,000-4,000 words on approved
                                                           employer tactics. Also, legislation dealing with wages,     topic related to the internship field study.
2411.    Money and Banking                                 hours, child labor, old-age benefits, and accident and
(230) Both semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite:         unemployment compensation.                                  2491W. Internship – Research Paper
ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202. (1201 may                                                                        (295W) (Formerly offered as ECON 3491W.) Prereq-
be taken concurrently.) Ahking, Cunningham, Lott           2456.    Economics of Poverty                               uisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Must be taken
                                                           (223) (Formerly offered as ECON 257.) First semes-          concurrently with ECON 2481.
                                                           ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or both
                                                           ECON 1201 and 1202. Kimenyi
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2493.   Foreign Study                                     3438.    Contemporary Problems in Economics                3473.    Economic Development
Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by arrange-   (258) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        (247) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
ment. May be repeated for credit. Consent of Depart-      ECON 2201 and 2202 (one of which may be taken              ECON 1200 or 1202; 2201. Recommended prepara-
ment Head required, prior to the student’s departure.     concurrently). Recommended preparation: One of:            tion: One of: MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q, 1131Q,
May count toward the major with consent of the advi-      MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                 or 1151Q. Randolph, Zimmermann
sor.                                                         Current issues of government economic policy,               Economics of problems facing developing nations:
     Special topics taken in a foreign study program.     primarily microeconomic: energy, income                    theories of development, and strategies and policies
2495.   Special Topics
                                                          maintenance, labor markets for minorities and women,       to promote economic development.
Either semester. Credits and hours by arrangement.        government regulation, health care, and others.            3473W. Economic Development
With a change in topic, this course may be repeated       3438W. Contemporary Problems in Economics                  (247W) Prerequisite: ECON 1200 or 1202; 2201;
for credit. Prerequisites and recommended prepara-        (258W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Recommended prepa-
tion vary.                                                ECON 2201 and 2202 (one of which may be taken              ration: One of: MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q, 1131Q,
2498.   Variable Topics
                                                          concurrently); ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Recom-           or 1151Q.
Either semester. Three credits. With a change in topic,   mended preparation: One of: MATH 1071Q,                    3479W. Economic Growth
may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites and recom-      1110Q,1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                              (249W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
mended preparation vary.                                  3439.    Urban and Regional Economics                      ECON 2202; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Ahking,
2499. Independent Study
                                                          (259) (Also offered as URBN 3439.) Second semes-           Cunningham, Langlois, Morand, Zimmermann
Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by arrange-   ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECON 2201. Recom-            Causes and consequences of economic growth ex-
ment. Open only with consent of instructor. With a        mended preparation: ECON 1200 or 1202 and one of:          amined through theory, data, and economic history.
change of topic, may be repeated for credit. No more      MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                 Interactions between economic growth and popula-
than 6 credits in ECON 2499/3499 may be counted           Heffley, Miceli                                            tion growth, technology, education, health and life ex-
toward major requirements.                                     Economic problems of cities and regions: urban        pectancy, and social institutions. Public policies to
    Tutorial course to enable qualified students to       markets for land, labor, and housing; location decisions   promote growth.
round out their training in economics. Independent        of businesses and households; metropolitan                 3493.    Foreign Study
reading conferences and short research papers.            transportation problems; urban/suburban fiscal             (293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
                                                          relations; urban and regional environmental quality;       arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent
3416.   Special Problems in Money and Banking             and the economics of crime.
(237) (Formerly offered as ECON 231.) Second se-                                                                     of Department Head required, prior to the student’s
mester. Three credits. Prerequisites: ECON 2202 and       3439W. Urban and Regional Economics                        departure. May count toward the major with con-
2411. Recommended preparation: One of: MATH               (259W) Prerequisite: ECON 2201; ENGL 1010 or               sent of the advisor. Prerequisite: ECON 2201 and
1071Q, 1121Q, 1131Q, 1110Q, or 1151Q. Ahking              1011 or 3800. Recommended preparation: ECON                2202 or equivalent.
    Emphasis on public policy: commercial bank            1200 or 1202 and one of: MATH 1071Q, 1110Q,                    Special topics taken in a foreign study program.
regulations; the relation of liquidity to economic        1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                                    3495.    Special Topics
fluctuations; government lending agencies; and central    3441.    Theory of Labor Markets                           (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
bank policies and credit control.                         (275) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        ment. With a change in topic, this course may be re-
3421.   International Trade
                                                          ECON 2201. Recommended preparation: One of:                peated for credit. Prerequisite: ECON 2201 and 2202.
(242) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                 Recommended preparation varies.
ECON 2201. Recommended preparation: ECON 1200             Couch, Kimenyi                                             3498.    Variable Topics
or 1202 and one of: MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q,                 Theoretical analysis of labor markets: labor supply    (297) Either semester. Three credits. With a change in
1131Q, or 1151Q. Matschke                                 and demand; wage differentials; human capital; and         topic, may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ECON
    Economic basis of international trade, trade          the inflation-unemployment tradeoff.                       2201 and 2202. Recommended preparation varies.
policies, and international economic organizations.       3451.    Health Economics
                                                                                                                     3499.    Independent Study
3421W. International Trade
                                                          (261) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        (299) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
(242W) Prerequisite: ECON 2201; ENGL 1010 or              ECON 2201. Recommended preparation: One of:                arrangement. Open only with consent of instructor.
1011 or 3800. Recommended preparation: ECON               MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                 With a change of topic, may be repeated for credit.
1200 or 1202 and one of: MATH 1071Q, 1110Q,               Heffley                                                    Prerequisite: ECON 2201 and 2202. No more than 6
1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                                       Economic analysis of the health sector:                credits in ECON 2499/3499 may be counted toward
                                                          organization and performance of health care delivery       major requirements.
3422.   International Finance                             systems; economic behavior of patients and providers;
(243) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                      Tutorial course to enable qualified students to
                                                          markets for health services; health-care finance and       round out their training in economics. Independent
ECON 2202. Recommended preparation: ECON                  insurance; health-care policy; and cost-benefit analysis
1200 or 1201 and one of: MATH 1071Q,                                                                                 reading conferences and short research papers.
                                                          of health-care programs.
1121Q,1131Q, or 1151Q. Ahking, Cunningham,                                                                           4494W. Seminar in Economics
Zimmermann                                                3461.    Organization of Industry                          (286W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
    Payments and financing of international trade:        (267) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         ECON 2201 and 2202 (one of which may be concur-
foreign exchange markets, the balance of payments,        ECON 2201. Recommended preparation: One of:                rent); ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Recommended
capital flows, and international monetary arrangements.   MATH 1071Q, 1110Q, 1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.                 preparation: One of: MATH 1071Q, 1110Q,1121Q,
                                                          Knoblauch, Langlois, Minkler                               1131Q, or 1151Q.
3431.   Public Finance                                        The nature of competition and economic
(253) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                      Special topics in micro- and macroeconomic
                                                          organization. Competitive effects of business practices,   theory, applications, and testing. Recommended for
ECON 2201. Recommended preparation: ECON 1200             and their influence on price, production, and
or 1202 and one of: MATH 1071Q,                                                                                      capable students who are motivated to develop and
                                                          technological change.                                      extend their knowledge of economics in creative ways.
1110Q,1121Q,1131Q, or 1151Q. Kimenyi, Miceli,
Segerson                                                  3468.    Economics of the Law                              Required for Honors Scholars in Economics and Eco-
    Government expenditures and tax policies:             (268) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        nomics Scholars.
theories of public choice, size and mix of government     ECON 2201. Recommended preparation: MATH                   4497W. Senior Thesis in Economics
budgets, alternative tax systems, and tax reform.         1071Q, 1110Q,1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q. Miceli                (289W) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-
                                                             The law as an economic institution. Primary focus       rangement. Open only with consent of instructor. Pre-
3431W. Public Finance                                     on the Common Law, property, tort, and contract.
(253W) Prerequisite: ECON 2201; ENGL 1010 or                                                                         requisite: ECON 4494W or consent of the Department
                                                          Applications to pollution control, land-use, hazardous     Honors Advisor; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
1011 or 3800. Recommended preparation: ECON               wastes, product liability, and worker safety. Ethical as
1200 or 1202 and one of: MATH 1071Q, 1110Q,                                                                              The student should define a general subject area
                                                          well as economic approaches to the law.                    for the thesis before choosing a thesis advisor and
1121Q, 1131Q, or 1151Q.
                                                                                                                     seeking consent at the time of registration. The student
                                                                                                                     should then submit a written proposal for the senior
                                                                                                                     thesis to the advisor by the end of the semester
                                                                                                                     preceding enrollment for thesis credit.
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                                                           3002. Introduction to Bilingual-Bicultural                      Designed primarily for qualified students who
             Education (EGEN)                              Education                                                   wish to extend their knowledge in some specialized
                                                           (204) Semester by arrangement. Three credits.               area.
3100.    Seminar/Clinic: Teaching and Learning             Howard, Leach, Reyes
(294) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Pre-             Deals with cultural-historical background and           4110. Teaching Reading and Writing in the
requisite: Open only to students in the Integrated                                                                     Elementary School
                                                           processes of establishment and implementation of
Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Program.           bilingual-bicultural education program.                     (221) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
   Integration of the concepts of learning, special                                                                    only to Elementary Education and Special Education
needs, and technology with clinical experiences.           3005.    Introduction to Outdoor Education                  majors. Doyle, Kaufman
                                                           (212) Semester and hours by arrangement. Three cred-            An introduction to the teaching of reading and
3110. Seminar/Clinic: The Student in the                   its. Moss                                                   writing in the elementary school. Field experiences
School Context                                                  An introduction to the elements and philosophy         may be included.
(295) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        of outdoor education. The development of knowledge,
EGEN 3100. Open only to students in the Integrated                                                                     4110W. Teaching Reading and Writing in the
                                                           understanding and appreciation of educational values        Elementary School
Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Program.           inherent in the natural environment.
    Integration of concepts of social and community                                                                    (221W) Prerequisite: Open only to Elementary Edu-
issues, and exceptionality with clinical experiences.      3006. Sociolinguistic Diversity and the                     cation and Special Education majors; ENGL 1010 or
                                                           Classroom                                                   1011 or 3800. Doyle, Kaufman, Leu
3110W. Seminar/Clinic: The Student in the                  (231) Second semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open
School Context                                                                                                         4115. Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary
                                                           only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s      School
(295W)Prerequisite: EGEN 3100; ENGL 1010 or                Teacher Preparation Program.
1011 or 3800.                                                                                                          (222) First semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open
                                                               A basic overview of the role of language in the         only to Elementary Education and Special Education
4100.    Seminar/Clinic: Methods of Teaching               educational process, and the educational implications       majors. DeFranco, Truxaw
(296) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         of language diversity, as one component of                      A study of current approaches to teaching and
EGEN 3110. Open only to students in the Integrated         multicultural diversity, in the classroom. Topics include   learning school mathematics. Opportunities will be
Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Program.           the nature and elements of human language,                  provided for participants to develop an awareness and
   Integration of concepts of learning assessment and      prescriptive and descriptive approaches to language         knowledge of the Standards for Teaching School
exceptionality with area specific methods.                 study, first and second language acquisition, language      Mathematics.
                                                           variation and its social and educational implications,
4110.    Seminar/Clinic: Analysis of Teaching              the relationship between language and culture, and          4120. Teaching Science in the Elementary
(297) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        foreign and second language education, including            School
EGEN 4100 and open only to students in the Inte-           bilingual and English as a Second Language programs.        (223) First semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open
grated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Pro-                                                                    only to Elementary Education and Special Education
gram.                                                      3007. Social and Community Issues in                        majors. Moss
    Analysis of instructional concepts and                 Education                                                      A study of curriculum materials, laboratory
implementation in the clinical setting. Relationship       (233) Second semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open       experiences and teaching techniques in science.
of instruction to theory and implications for              only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s
instructional evaluation are stressed.                     Teacher Preparation Program.                                4125. Teaching Social Studies in the
                                                               Social and community issues, including the effect       Elementary School
4194.    Honors Seminar                                    of alcohol, drugs and tobacco, confronting teachers in      (224) First semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open
(298) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Stu-   contemporary society.                                       only to Elementary Education and Special Education
dents must be accepted by the School of Education                                                                      majors. Levine
Honors Committee as candidates for Honors Schol-           3090.    Directed Observation and Participation                 A study of the organization of learning experiences
ars or University Scholars. Can be repeated for credit.    (262) Credits by arrangement, not to exceed three.          and teaching methods emphasizing the social sciences
                                                           Open only with consent of instructor. This course may       as the foundation of the social studies.
4197. Independent Study: Honors Thesis                     be taken for more than one semester.
Preparation                                                    Gives prospective teachers an opportunity to see        4130. Teaching the Language Arts in the
(299) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Stu-   secondary and elementary school teachers and pupils         Elementary School
dents must be accepted by the School of Education          in action, to discuss with supervisors and teachers         (220) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
Honors Committee as candidates for Honors Schol-           problems related to work in designated field, and to        Open only to Elementary Education and Special Edu-
ars or University Scholars. Can be repeated for credit.    study school resources from the standpoint of good          cation majors. Doyle, Kaufman
                                                           teaching.                                                        A study of current theory and approaches to
                                                                                                                       teaching the language arts effectively by connecting
        Education Curriculum and                           3305.    Methods in Elementary School Music                 the teaching of speaking, listening, reading, and writing
           Instruction (EDCI)                              (258) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Pre-          and by integrating this instruction with children’s
                                                           requisite: Satisfactory progress in applied music, and      literature and content learning. Field experiences may
Head of Department: Professor Mary Anne Doyle              consent of instructor.                                      be included.
Department Office: Room 406, Gentry Building               4010. Teaching Reading and Writing in the                   4150.    Directed Student Teaching
For major requirements, see the Neag School of             Content Areas                                               (276) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
Education section of this Catalog.                         (273) Second semester. Two credits. Prerequisite:           ment. Prerequisite: Open only to students in the Inte-
                                                           Open only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/         grated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Pro-
3000.    Introduction to Teaching
                                                           Master’s Teacher Preparation Program.                       gram. Application, signed by the advisor, must be made
(201) First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open           A study of the role of reading and writing in the
only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s                                                                 to the Coordinator of Student Teaching for the fall se-
                                                           learning of the content areas taught in secondary           mester prior to March 1; for the spring semester prior
Teacher Preparation Program.                               schools.
    Introduction to the University of Connecticut’s                                                                    to October 1.
Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation         4088.    Variable Topics                                         Student teaching in selected elementary schools.
Program. Includes the philosophical and theoretical        (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-        Provides opportunity for students to observe teaching,
foundations of the program, its structure and              ment. Open only with consent of instructor. May be          to develop teaching skills through practice, and to
components, the nature and purposes of schooling,          repeated for credit.                                        engage in other school activities for which elementary
the relationship of the school and society, and recent                                                                 teachers are responsible.
                                                           4099.    Independent Study for Undergraduates
educational reform movements, including the work           (299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-        4205. Methods of Foreign Language
of the Holmes Group and John Goodlad’s National            ment. Prerequisite: Open only to juniors and seniors        Instruction, Pre K-12
Network for Educational Renewal, and the nature and        with appropriate background for the study of educa-         (260) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
purposes of “reflective practice” for the educational      tion. Students must present the instructor with a prob-     only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s
professional.                                              lem well laid out for investigation. May be repeated        Teacher Preparation Program.
                                                           for credit with a change in content.
                                                                                                                       EDUCATION KINESIOLOGY                             139
    Selection and organization of learning experiences,    up to six different activities for six credits towards     modalities of heat, cold, electricity, massage,
instructional activities and materials, and methods of     graduation.                                                ultrasound, and others. Also, the pharmacology of
teaching foreign language in pre K-12 settings. Course         A variety of lifetime sports and skills are offered.   therapeutic medications.
activities include a combination of lecture, seminar       The teaching of each activity will be geared to            3110.    Athletic Training Clinical Rotation I
and clinical experiences in local schools.                 individual, dual, and team activities. Students who        (221) Second semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open
4205W. Methods of Foreign Language
                                                           have physical disabilities in the least restrictive        only to Athletic Training majors. Graham, Mazerolle
Instruction, Pre K-12                                      environment possible. Participants requiring                  Provides students majoring in athletic training
(260W) Prerequisite: Open only to students in the In-      accommodations should contact the Program                  hands-on experience dealing with athletic injuries.
tegrated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Pro-      Coordinator.
                                                                                                                      3111.    Athletic Training Clinical Rotation II
gram; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                           2100.    Introduction to Athletic Training I               (222) First semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open
4210. Instruction and Curriculum in the                    (161) First semester. First seven weeks. One credit.       only to Athletic Training majors. Graham, Mazerolle
Secondary School                                           Prerequisite: Open only to Pre-Athletic Training stu-         Provides students majoring in athletic training
(266) Semester and hours by arrangement. Variable          dents who are sophomores or higher. Howard                 hands-on experience dealing with athletic injuries.
credit not to exceed 6. Prerequisite: Open only to stu-        A survey class to explore general considerations
dents in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher        of recognizing and treating athletic injuries. This        3112.    Athletic Training Clinical Rotation III
Preparation Program.                                       section covers training and conditioning, nutrition,       (223) Second semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open
    A study of the selection and organization of           environment, and legal issues.                             only to Athletic Training majors. Graham, Mazerolle
learning experiences, instructional materials and                                                                        Provides students majoring in athletic training
                                                           2110.    Introduction to Athletic Training II              hands-on experience dealing with athletic injuries.
teaching methods. Course activities will include a         (162) First semester. Second seven weeks. One credit.
combination of lecture, seminar, and clinical              Prerequisite: Open only to Pre-Athletic Training stu-      3113.    Athletic Training Clinical Rotation IV
experiences in local schools.                              dents who are sophomores or higher. Howard                 (224) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
4210W. Instruction and Curriculum in the                       A survey class to explore general considerations       only to Athletic Training majors. Graham, Mazerolle
Secondary School                                           of recognizing and treating athletic injuries. This           Provides students majoring in athletic training
(266W) Prerequisite: Open only to students in the In-      section covers tissue healing, rehabilitation,             hands-on experience dealing with athletic injuries.
tegrated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Pro-      modalities, taping, and bandaging.                         3114. Athletic Training Clinical Rotation V
gram; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                                                                      (225) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                           3090.    Directed Observation and Participation
4215. The Teaching of Reading in Middle and                (262) Credits by arrangement. Prerequisite: Open only      Open only to Athletic Training majors. Graham,
High Schools                                               to students in Kinesiology programs. May be taken          Mazerolle
(272) Semester and hours by arrangement. Variable          more than one semester, but total credits cannot ex-          Provides students majoring in athletic training
credit. Prerequisite: Open only to students in the Inte-   ceed three. Prior to registration, students must apply     hands-on experience dealing with athletic injuries.
grated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Pro-        for Directed Observation and provide for their own
gram.                                                                                                                 3115.    Sports Medicine Experiences
                                                           transportation.                                            (270) Both semesters. One credit. Repeatable for 4
    Methods of teaching reading to middle and high             Mentors include educators, recreationists, sport
school students.                                                                                                      credits. Prerequisite: Open only to Athletic Training
                                                           professionals.                                             majors. Graham
4250.    Directed Student Teaching                         3091.    Internship                                             Experiences in a variety of sports medicine set-
(277) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-       (290) Either semester or summer. Variable credits. Pre-    tings that will serve to broaden an athletic-training
ment. Prerequisite: Open only to students in the Inte-     requisite: In accordance with departmental policy, stu-    student’s awareness of medical coverage of athletic
grated Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Pro-        dents will have completed all academic course work         events and other medical personnel involved in ath-
gram. Application, signed by the advisor, must be made     in their concentration excluding Athletic Training prior   letic health care.
to the Coordinator of Student Teaching for the fall se-    to undertaking the internship. May be repeated for
mester prior to March 1; for the spring semester prior                                                                3120.    Athletic Training Anatomy
                                                           credit. Open only to students in Kinesiology programs.     (246) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
to October 1.                                                   Field service or experiences in cooperating
     Class meetings providing orientation to student                                                                  Open only to Athletic Training majors. Mazerolle
                                                           agencies.                                                      Provides students majoring in athletic training in-
teaching followed by teaching in schools supervised
by a member of the staff of the Curriculum and             3098.    Variable Topics                                   depth knowledge of anatomy related to athletic inju-
Instruction Department. It is the policy of the            (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-       ries.
department to extend its practice-teaching opportunity     ment. Open only with consent of instructor. May be         3122. Gross Anatomy Laboratory for Athletic
to a point sufficient to indicate adequately a student’s   repeated for credit with a change in content.              Trainers
teaching ability and aptitude.                             3099.    Independent Study for Undergraduates              Second semester. One credit. Will be taught concur-
                                                           (299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-       rently with EKIN 3120. De Stefano, Elliot, Mazerolle
4301. Foundations of Education: Philosophical                                                                              Develops knowledge of structural and functional
Tools for Teachers                                         ment. Open only to seniors with consent of Depart-
(232) Second semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open      ment Head or Instructor. May be repeated for credit        anatomy. Includes a comprehensive study of the inter-
only to students in the Music Education Teacher Prepa-     with a change in content.                                  nal and surface anatomy of the human body with em-
ration Program.                                                Laboratory or library research to expand               phasis on body tissues, the systems approach to
    Philosophical trends in schooling, and applications    understanding of a specialized topic in sport, leisure,    anatomy, the head, neck, face, the upper extremity,
of philosophy for prospective teachers.                    or exercise sciences.                                      thorax, abdomen, vertebral column, deep back, pel-
                                                                                                                      vis, and lower extremity. The relationships of muscu-
                                                           3099W. Independent Study for Undergraduates                lar, skeletal, neural, and vascular structures will be
                                                           (299W) Prerequisite: Open only to seniors with con-        discussed and demonstrated in human prosected ma-
     Education Kinesiology (EKIN)                          sent of the Department Head or Instructor; ENGL            terial in a regional approach. Anatomical relationships
Head of Department: Professor Carl M. Maresh               1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                      to normal movement will be included. Labs will in-
Department Office: Room 223, Sports Center                 3100.    Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries          clude the study of human prosected material, skeletons,
For major requirements, see the Neag School of             (264) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open    and joint models.
Education section of this Catalog.                         only to students in Kinesiology programs. Mazerolle        3124.    Therapeutic Modalities Laboratory
                                                               An introductory class to explore general               (241) Second semester. One credit. McDermott
All EKIN 2000-level or above courses are open to           considerations of preventing, recognizing, and treating
EKIN majors only or by instructor consent.                                                                                Provides students majoring in athletic training
                                                           athletic injuries.                                         hands-on instruction/demonstration/practice/imple-
1160.    Courses in Lifetime Sports Program                3105. Therapeutic Modalities for Athletic                  mentation of infrared modalities, electrical modalities,
(160) Either semester. One credit. Open to all Univer-     Injuries                                                   therapeutic ultrasound, mechanical modalities, and
sity students. This course may be repeated with change     (239) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        massage and other manual techniques as it relates to
of activity and/or skill level; not to exceed 3 credits    Open only to Athletic Training majors who are sopho-       the treatment of athletic injuries.
towards graduation of combined EKIN 1160 and AH            mores or higher. McDermott
1200 credits. Students in the Department of Kinesiol-         Techniques and rationale pertaining to treatment
ogy, as part of their approved plan of study, may take     and prevention of athletic injuries through the
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3125.    Taping and Bracing Laboratory                      3165W. Current Research and Issues in Athletic              3300.    Sport in Society
(250) Second semester. Two credits. Prerequisite:           Training                                                    (236) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: SOCI
Open only to Athletic Training majors who are sopho-        (253W) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        1001 or 1001W, or SOCI 1251 or 1251W. Open only
mores or higher. Lopez                                      Open only to Athletic Training majors; ENGL 1010            to students in Kinesiology programs. Bruening
    Provides an overview of the general concepts and        or 1011 or 3800. Casa                                           Sport as an institution. Sociological issues involv-
principles related to dealing with specific athletic in-        Acquaints students with recent research in the          ing gender, race and intercollegiate, professional, and
juries.                                                     field, the components of conducting and publishing          children’s sports.
                                                            research in the field, and preparation for research at
3130.    Assessment of Athletic Injuries                                                                                3300W. Sport in Society
                                                            the graduate level. Important issues relevant to the
(260) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         athletic training profession will be discussed.             (236W) Prerequisite: SOCI 1001 or 1001W, or SOCI
Open only to Athletic Training majors who are sopho-                                                                    1251 or 1251W; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Open
mores or higher. Casa                                       3170.    Health and Medicine                                only to students in Kinesiology programs.
    Techniques and procedures used to evaluate injuries     (255) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
                                                                                                                        3310.    Introduction to Sport Management
to the extremities. Includes history, observation,          only to Athletic Training majors. Graham
                                                                Knowledge, skills, and values that a health             (284) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
palpation, special tests, manual muscle testing, blood                                                                  only to students in Kinesiology programs. Burton
flow, nerve function, and other injury specific skills.     professional must possess to recognize, treat, and refer,
                                                            when appropriate, the general medical conditions and           Management practices, legal issues, budgeting,
3135.    Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries
                                                            disabilities of athletes and others involved in physical    and supervision.
(234) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open     activity.                                                   3315.    Issues in Sport
only to Athletic Training majors. Mazerolle                                                                             (286) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
    The multi-dimensional approaches to                     3175. Strength and Conditioning for Athletic
                                                            Trainers                                                    Open only to students in Kinesiology programs.
rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The restoration of                                                                    The study of socio-cultural, economic, political,
strength, range-of-motion, neuromuscular control,           (257) Second semester, odd years. Three credits. Pre-
                                                            requisite: Open only to Athletic Training majors. Casa      and other related issues in sport.
balance, cardiovascular endurance, and other
components will be covered as it applies to specific            Focuses on the prevention of athletic injuries via      3320. Introduction to Sport and Exercise
athletic injuries.                                          the proper implementation of strength and conditioning      Psychology
                                                            principles. To include frequency, intensity, recovery,      (240) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
3140. Emergency Procedures in Athletic                      periodization, components of a fitness program,             Open only to Kinesiology majors. Burton
Training                                                                                                                    Examines psychological theories and research
                                                            ergogenic aids, and protective bracing.
(292) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open                                                                 related to sport and exercise behavior. Explores the
only to Athletic Training majors. Casa                      3177. Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for
                                                            Athletic Trainers                                           study of how personality and situational variables
    Evaluation and treatment skills for athletic injuries                                                               affect motivation, anxiety, and aggression in sport.
to the head, face, neck, trunk, spine, thorax, and          (249) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                            Open only to Athletic Training majors. McDermott            Additional topics to be examined include group
abdomen. Acute first-aid considerations in life-                                                                        processes in sport, performance enhancement and
threatening situations will also be covered in-depth.           Focuses on the pathophysiology and
                                                            pharmacology as it relates to athletic injuries.            psychological development through sport.
3145. Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries                   Specifically, the injury and repair process of skin,        3325.    Sport Facility and Event Management
Laboratory
                                                            muscle, bone, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage. The        Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: EKIN
(251) First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open        pharmacology of therapeutic medications and
only to Athletic Training majors. Lopez                                                                                 3310; open only to second semester seniors in the
                                                            performance enhancing substances will be covered.           Sports Management program .
    Provides hands-on instruction/demonstration/
practice/implementation of conditioning and rehabili-       3200.    Sport Administration II                                Examines all aspects of the management of sport
tation exercises/techniques as they relate to the treat-    (207) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         facilities and events, including development, planning,
ment of athletic injuries.                                  Open only to students in Kinesiology programs.              staffing, operations, and evaluation. Students will be
                                                                Focuses on the many administrative roles the coach      provided experiences in different aspects of sport event
3150.    Assessment Laboratory                                                                                          management. In addition, students will examine
                                                            undertakes to involve the community in his/her sports
(252) Either semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open      program. The role of support groups; sport                  management principles as applied to a variety of sport
only to Athletic Training majors. Mazerolle                 organizations; leagues and conferences; camps and           and event facilities.
    Provides an assessment of athletic injuries expe-       clinics; local community relations; along with the          3335.    Sport Law
rience that integrates the material in previous courses     relevance of youth, amateur and professional
so as to serve as a capstone academic experience re-                                                                    (271) First semester. Three credits. Fink
                                                            competition; are considered in depth by professors,             An introductory course in the law as it pertains to
lated to evaluation skills for athletic injuries.           coaches and guest speakers.                                 sport and recreational experiences. Students are
3155.    Athletic Training Administration                                                                               exposed to fundamentals concerning the derivation of
                                                            3210.    Sport Administration I
(254) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         (206) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open     legal concepts and their application to sport and related
Open only to Athletic Training majors. Graham               only to students in Kinesiology programs. Morrone           activities.
    Administrative/management concerns for the                  Focuses on the many administrative roles the coach      3340.    Introduction to Sport Marketing
athletic trainer. Insurance, budgeting, counseling,         assumes within the school when developing,
facility design, hiring, record keeping, and other issues                                                               (281) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                            maintaining and/or improving a sports program               ECON 1201, 1202 and open only to students in Kine-
will be covered.                                            entrusted to him/her. The coach; the athlete; the           siology programs. Fink
3155W. Athletic Training Administration                     program; facilities and equipment; academic and                 Introduces the basic concepts, principles, and tools
(254W) Prerequisite: Open only to Athletic Training         financial aid; scouting and recruiting; and, the media      for sport marketing.
majors; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                          will be emphasized by professors, coaches and guest
                                                                                                                        3500.    Exercise and Sport Science for Coaches
3156.    Administration Laboratory
                                                            speakers.
                                                                                                                        (210) First semester. Four credits. Prerequisite: Open
(269) First semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: Open       3215.    Theory of Coaching                                 only to students in Kinesiology programs. Volek
only to Athletic Training majors. Graham                    (202) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open         Provides fundamental physiological principles and
    An opportunity to have hands-on skill application       only to students in Kinesiology programs. Morrone           their application to coaching competitive athletics.
for issues related to administration and management             Focuses development of a coaching philosophy
                                                                                                                        3520.    Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology
issues related to the athletic training profession.         and the skills necessary to develop as a professional.
                                                            Coaches, professors and guest speakers provide insight      (263) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
3160.    Counseling in Sports Medicine                                                                                  Open only to students in Kinesiology programs.
(276) Second semester, even years. Three credits.           into the essential elements of coaching, including
                                                            technical training, tactical awareness, physical fitness        Human anatomy and its application to physical
Prerequisite: Open only to Athletic Training majors.                                                                    activity, exercise and sport.
    Counseling concerns for the athletic trainer.           and psychological preparation.
Theory, practical skills, assessment, referral and spe-
cific counseling issues in athletic health care.
                                                                                                                       EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP                            141
3522.    Sport Biomechanics                                 3615.    Honors Literature Review                          3254. Introduction to Budget Planning and
(272) First semester. Three credits. Three lectures.        (296) Both semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite:         Human Resources Education
Prerequisite: PNB 2264-2265; basic mathematics              Open only to Honors Students in Kinesiology pro-           (254) Either semester. Three credits.
skills; open only to students in Kinesiology programs.      grams.                                                         Comprehensive budgeting, profit planning and
Joseph                                                          The student will identify specific Honors Thesis       control applied to human resources development.
    Qualitative analysis of linear and angular motion,      research questions and will write a library research       Fiscal management problems, budget planning in
force and torque, momentum, energy, equilibrium,            paper that will serve as the thesis Literature Review.     educational programs.
projectiles, aerodynamics.                                  3697W. Honors Thesis                                       3255.   Contemporary Labor Issues
3525.    Fundamentals of Resistance Training                (297W) Both semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite:        (255) Either semester. Three credits. May be repeated
(265) Either semester. Four credits. Prerequisite: Open     Open only to Honors Students in Kinesiology pro-           for credit, not to exceed 6 credits.
only to students in Kinesiology programs. Kraemer           grams; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                              Labor issues in work organization, employees, and
    Coaching professionals must have the knowledge,             The student will collect and interpret data and will   the labor movement. Patterns of jobs and career
skills, and understanding of the scientific principles      write the Honors Thesis, completing work begun             problems of labor organizations. Role of multi-national
on which to design individualized resistance training       during EKIN 3615.                                          corporations in changing the job mix, collective
programs needed for optimal performance and injury                                                                     bargaining.
                                                            4500. Physiological Systems in Human
prevention.                                                 Performance                                                3262. College Freshmen: Their Characteristics
3530. Physiological Assessment of                           (248) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: PNB     and Their Adjustment to College Life
Competitive Athletes                                        2264-2265 and open only to students in Kinesiology         (282) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(268) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         programs. Armstrong, Maresh, Van Heest, Volek              Consent of instructor.
Open only to students in Kinesiology programs. Van              An organ systems approach to optimal human                 Personal and social characteristics of college
Heest                                                       performance including metabolism, energy transfer,         freshmen; adjustment to college life. Techniques for
     Focuses on the development of analysis techniques      nerve transmission, muscle contraction, endocrine          successful transitions.
of human physiology specific to competitive athletes.       control, and cardiopulmonary physiology.                   3263.   Student Leadership
The course will include both laboratory and field meth-     4510. Mechanisms and Adaptations in Sport                  (283) Three credits. Prerequisite: Consent of instruc-
ods to evaluate aerobic ability, anaerobic ability, flex-   and Exercise                                               tor.
ibility, muscular strength and power and body com-          (258) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:             Examination of leadership issues and development
position. It requires a strong foundation in musculosk-     PNB 2264-2265 and open only to students in Kinesi-         of skills in leading organizations and peers.
eletal anatomy and physiology. The course is designed       ology programs. Armstrong, Maresh, Volek                   Experiential application to student’s current co-
to better prepare the student for development of sci-           An applied approach to the physiological               curricular involvement at UConn.
entifically sound coaching practices.                       mechanisms and adaptations influencing sport and           3298.   Variable Topics
3530W. Physiological Assessment of                          exercise: optimal nutrition, body composition, exercise    (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
Competitive Athletes                                        training, ergogenic aids, aging, cardiovascular health,    ment. Open only with consent of instructor. May be
(268W) Prerequisite: Open only to students in Kine-         and environmental factors.                                 repeated for credit with a change in content.
siology programs; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Van            4510W. Mechanisms and Adaptations in Sport
Heest                                                                                                                  3299.   Independent Study for Undergraduates
                                                            and Exercise
                                                            (258W) Prerequisite: PNB 2264-2265 and open only           (299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
3545. Resistance Training Exercise Techniques                                                                          ment. Prerequisite: Open only to juniors and seniors
and Evaluation                                              to students in Kinesiology programs; ENGL 1010 or
(274) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         1011 or 3800.                                              with appropriate background for the study of educa-
Open only to students in Kinesiology programs; oth-                                                                    tion. Students must present the instructor with a prob-
ers by consent of instructor. Kraemer                                                                                  lem for investigation. May be repeated for credit with
    Strength and conditioning professionals must have           Educational Leadership (EDLR)                          a change in content.
the knowledge of proper resistance exercise                                                                                Designed primarily for qualified students who
techniques, safety spotting techniques, equipment care      Head of Department: Professor Barry G. Sheckley            wish to extend their knowledge in some specialized
and maintenance, different types of resistance training     Department Office: Room 406, Gentry Building               area.
equipment, and the evaluation of physical performance       For major requirements, see the Neag School of
capabilities. The understanding of the proper teaching      Education section of this Catalog.                             Educational Psychology (EPSY)
techniques, testing protocols, and evaluation methods       3250.    Experiential Learning and Education
is vital to a strength and conditioning program.            (250) First semester. Three credits.                       Head of Department: Professor Hariharan
3547. Service Learning through Sport and                        Experiential learning, individual values,                 Swaminathan
Physical Activity                                           personality characteristics. Learning as a life-long       Department Office: Room 315E, Gentry Building
(275) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         process, adult transition research.                        For major requirements, see the Neag School of
Open only by instructor consent; open to Sport Man-                                                                    Education section of this Catalog.
                                                            3251. Introduction to Organizations and Human
agement majors only. Bruening                               Resources Education                                        3010.   Educational Psychology
    Requires reading, written journals, class discus-       (251) Either semester. Three credits.
sion, and significant time out of class for community                                                                  (221) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                                Theories and principles of organizations and           PSYC 1100. Brown, Stephens
involvement in Hartford. Transportation is available.       organizational behavior as they relate to human                The psychology of learning and teaching, and the
3547W. Service Learning through Sport and                   resources development in education.                        study of the nature and development of children and
Physical Activity                                                                                                      adolescents.
                                                            3252. Introduction to Management and Human
Three credits. Prerequisites: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or          Resources Education
3800; open only by instructor consent; open to Sport                                                                   3011.   Learning I
                                                            (252) Either semester. Three credits.                      (250) First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: PSYC
Management majors only.                                        Issues and tasks of human resources management          1100 and open only to students in the Integrated
3610.    Introduction to Honors Research                    (HRM) in educational settings. Theory and practice.        Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Program.
(295) Both semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite:          3253. Introduction to Planning and Evaluation              Stephens
Open only to Honors Students in Kinesiology pro-            and Human Resources Education                                  Theory and practices of learning.
grams.                                                      (253) Either semester. Three credits.
    The student will meet with EKIN faculty members                                                                    3012.   Learning II
                                                                Planning and evaluating human resources                (251) First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open
and attend laboratory/program staff meetings to survey      management subsystems in educational settings,
the opportunities available for future Honors Thesis                                                                   only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s
                                                            staffing, organizational development, compensation         Teacher Preparation Program. Reis
research.                                                   and benefits, labor relations, communication, training        Theory and practices of learning.
                                                            and development, supervision and information
                                                            systems.
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3020.    Peer Counseling                                    3125.   Classroom and Behavior Management                 4110.    Advanced Foundations of Disability
(230) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Con-    (213) Second semester. Variable (2 or 3) credits. Pre-    (215) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: EPSY
sent of instructor.                                         requisite: Must be enrolled in Special Education          3120 and 3125; senior enrolled in Special Education
    Focuses on the development of those                     Teacher Preparation Program. Simonsen                     Teacher Preparation Program. Madaus
communication skills which are necessary for effective          Overview of preferred practices for providing posi-        Provides students with knowledge and understand-
peer and paraprofessional counseling. Several theories      tive behavior supports for students with disabilities     ing of both the unique and common cognitive, aca-
of interpersonal communication, experiential learning       across a variety of classroom and other educational       demic, physical, cultural, social, and emotional needs
and self-psychology will also be covered.                   environments.                                             and characteristics of individuals with various disabili-
3090.    Field Study in Education                           3190.   Directed Observation and Participation
                                                                                                                      ties.
(226) Semester by arrangement. Credits and hours by         (262) Credits by arrangement, not to exceed three.        4115. Directed Student Teaching: Special
arrangement. Open only with consent of instructor.          Open only with consent of instructor. Prior to regis-     Education
    Active study through visitation and participation       tration, students must apply for Directed Observation.    (277) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
in educational and/or rehabilitation environments.          This course may be taken more than one semester.          ment. Prerequisite: Open only to Elementary Educa-
Participation in appropriate lectures and seminars is       Coyne                                                     tion and Special Education majors. Application must
required. Students must be prepared to provide own               Gives prospective professionals the opportunity      be made to the Coordinator of Student Teaching for
transportation.                                             to observe Special Education Teachers and/or              the fall semester prior to March 1; for the spring se-
                                                            Rehabilitation Specialists working with the               mester prior to October 1. Bartlett
3098.    Variable Topics
                                                            handicapped. Students must be prepared to provide             Practicum experience with mentally retarded,
(298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrangement.                                                              learning disabled and/or emotionally disturbed students.
Open only with consent of instructor. May be repeated for   own transportation.
credit.                                                     3230.   Technology in Education                           4300.    The Psychology of Men and Boys
                                                            (240) Both semesters. One credit. Open to first year      Summer, Intersession. Three credits. Prerequisite:
3099.    Independent Study for Undergraduates
                                                            students in the teacher preparation program. Prereq-      Open to sophomores or higher. O’Neil
(299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-                                                                      A survey of men’s gender role socialization over
ment. Prerequisite: Open only to juniors and seniors        uisite: Open only to students in the Integrated
                                                            Bachelor’s/Master’s Teacher Preparation Program.          the life span focused on male developmental issues,
with appropriate background for the study of educa-                                                                   gender role conflicts, gender role transitions, and in-
tion. Students must present the instructor with a prob-     Young
                                                                The use of educational technology in the education    terpersonal dynamics with women and other men.
lem well laid out for investigation. May be repeated        profession. Emphasis is placed on computer technology,    Theory, research, and personal exploration are inte-
for credit with a change in content.                        software evaluation and instructional devices.            grated through lectures, discussions, and
    Designed primarily for qualified students who wish                                                                psychoeducation.
to extend their knowledge in some specialized area.         3235.   The Community Assistant
                                                            (235) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: In-
3100.    Introduction to Exceptionality
                                                            structor consent. Open only to Community Assistants.      Electrical and Computer Engineering
(206) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:             Focuses on the development of college students
PSYC 1100; open to sophomores or higher. Madaus             as it relates to college residence hall life and the                      (ECE)
   Considers the nature of exceptionalities as well as      Community Assistant position. Topics include
current policy and programs in the schools and                                                                        Head of Department: Professor Rajeev Bansal
                                                            leadership, community development, select (human)         Department Office: Room 452, Information
community.                                                  student development theories, and issues of social            Technologies Engineering Building
3110.    Exceptionality                                     justice. Students will develop a working knowledge
(207) Second semester. Two credits. Prerequisite:           of human development theory for college students and      For major requirements, see the School of Engineering
Open only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/         associated practical applications.                        section of this Catalog.
Master’s Teacher Preparation Program. Parker                                                                          1001.    A Survey of Modern Electronic Technology
                                                            3333. Introduction to Counseling and
   Overview of characteristics of students with             Psychoeducation                                           (100) Semester by arrangement. Three credits.
exceptionalities and of educational programming for         Either semester. Three credits. O’Neil                        A non-specialist introduction to the broad field of
exceptional learners.                                           Principles of professional counseling including       electronic technology, including historical roots, con-
3111.    Exceptionality II                                  therapeutic processes, roles and skills. How counselors   temporary applications, and future directions. CA 3.
(208) First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open        help people solve problems is explored and students       1101.    Electrical and Computer Engineering
only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s      psychological growth and development is facilitated       Tools
Teacher Preparation Program.                                through psychological education.                          (101) Second semester. One credit. Not open for credit
   Educational programming for learners with                4010.   Assessment of Learning I                          to students who have passed ECE 3101.
special needs.                                              (252) First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open           An introduction to the modern computer tools used
3115. Collaborative Program Planning in                     only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s    for circuit analysis, signal and system analysis, con-
Special Education                                           Teacher Preparation Program.                              trol, and data acquisition.
(210) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open        Theory and practices of the assessment of learning.    1110.    Microcontroller Applications in Engineer-
only to Special Education and Elementary Education                                                                    ing
                                                            4015.   Assessment of Learning II
majors. Simonsen                                                                                                      (110) Second semester. Three credits.
    Covers basic knowledge and skills related to            (253) First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: Open
                                                            only to students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s       Introduction to microcontroller-based design. As-
collaboration with families, paraprofessionals, other                                                                 sembly language programming. Design projects for
teachers, and professionals from other disciplines,         Teacher Preparation Program.
                                                               Theory and practices of the assessment of learning.    microcontroller applications in engineering.
including specialized services for children with
disabilities (EG, Health, Assistive Technology, Related     4100. Methods for Teaching Students with                  2001W. Electrical Circuits
Services). Introduction to library and computer             Disabilities                                              (210W) Either semester. Four credits. Three 1-hour
resources for school leaders.                               (214) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       lectures and one 2-hour laboratory. Prerequisite: PHYS
                                                            EPSY 3120 and 3125; must be enrolled in Special           1502Q and MATH 2410Q, both of which may be taken
3120. Fundamentals of Assessment in Special                                                                           concurrently; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. This course
Education
                                                            Education Teacher Preparation Program. Coyne
                                                                Informs students of research-based methods and        and either ECE 2608 or 2609W may not both be taken
(212) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Must                                                               for credit.
be enrolled in Special Education Teacher Prepara-           instructional formats for teaching students with dis-
                                                            abilities.                                                    Analysis of electrical networks incorporating
tion Program.                                                                                                         passive and active elements. Basic laws and techniques
     Diagnosis of students with special needs, use of                                                                 of analysis. Transient and forced response of linear
test data in planning instruction and report writing.                                                                 circuits. AC steady state power and three-phase
3120W. Fundamentals of Assessment in Special                                                                          circuits. Periodic excitation and frequency of response.
Education                                                                                                             Computer analysis tools. Design projects are
(212W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;                                                                       implemented and tested in the laboratory. Laboratory
must be enrolled in Special Education Teacher Prepa-                                                                  reports with revisions are required for each project.
ration Program.
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2608.    Fundamentals of Circuit Analysis                  3211.    Power Electronics                                   3311.    Electrical Instrumentation
(201) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Three        (214) Second semester. Two credits. Prerequisite: ECE        (230) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Pre-
class periods and one discussion period. Prerequisite      3608 and ECE 3609; or ECE 3201. One 1-hour lec-              requisite: ECE 3101 and (ECE 3201 or 3608) and
or corequisite: MATH 2410 and PHYS 1502. This              ture and one 2-hour laboratory. This course and ECE          CSE 2300W.
course and ECE 3002 may not both be taken.                 3610W may not both be taken for credit.                          Measurements of physical quantities by means of
    Analysis of electrical networks incorporating              Transformers and electrical motors. Switching elec-      electrical circuits and electronic instruments. Analysis
passive and active elements. Basic laws and techniques     tronic devices and power supplies. Motor control cir-        of measurement systems using equivalent circuits.
of analysis. Transient and forced response of linear       cuits. Computer analysis tools. Design projects are          Methods of measuring signals in the presence of noise.
circuits. Periodic excitation and frequency response.      implemented and tested in the laboratory. Laboratory         Use of computers in measurement systems. Recording
2609W. Electrical Circuit Design Laboratory
                                                           reports with revisions are required for each project.        and display devices.
(209W) Semester by arrangement. Two credits. One           3221.    Digital Integrated Circuits                         3401.    Digital Systems Design
2-hour laboratory period and one 1-hour discussion         (215) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          (252) (Also offered as CSE 3302.) Second semester.
period. Prerequisite: ECE 2608, may be taken con-          (ECE 3608 or 3201) and CSE 2300W. This course                Three credits. Prerequisite: CSE 2300W.
currently; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                      and ECE 3222 may not both be taken for credit.                   Design and evaluation of control and data structures
    Design and evaluation of analog circuits.                  Switching, timing, wave shaping, and logic circuits      for digital systems. Hardware design languages are used
Emphasizes out-of-laboratory preparation and               to generate waveforms and functions used in pulse            to describe and design alternative register transfer level
troubleshooting. Introduction to laboratory instruments    systems, instrumentation and computers. Emphasis is          architectures and control units with a micro-
including oscilloscopes, signal sources and meters.        on integrated circuits.                                      programming emphasis. Consideration of computer
3001.    Electromagnetic Fields and Waves                  3222. Digital Integrated Circuit Design and
                                                                                                                        architecture, memories, digital interfacing timing and
(205) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: PHYS    Analysis                                                     synchronization, and microprocessor systems.
1502 and MATH 2110 and 2410. Not open to students          (213) Semester by arrangement. Four credits. Prereq-         3411.    Microprocessor Applications Laboratory
who have received credit for ECE 206.                      uisite: ECE 3608 and ECE 3609; or ECE 3201. Three            (266) Either semester. Three credits. One class period
    Application of electric and magnetic field theory      1-hour lectures and one 2-hour laboratory. This course       and one 4-hour laboratory.
to engineering problems involving conductors,              and ECE 3221 may not both be taken for credit.                   Design of software and interface hardware to use
dielectrics, semiconductors, magnetic materials, the            Fabrication, testing, and yield of digital integrated   a microcomputer as an on-line, real-time element in
motion of charged particles, and wave propagation.         circuits. Design and analysis of bipolar and MOS digi-       data acquisition, filtering and control systems. Use of
Relationship between fields and circuit parameters in      tal integrated circuits. Bistable circuits and digital       clocks, DAC’s, ADC’s, speech synthesis modules, and
the context of transmission lines and radiation.           memories. System implementation with digital inte-           movement generators. Design project. Written and oral
                                                           grated circuits. Layout of digital integrated circuits.      presentations of laboratory results.
3002. Electrical and Computer Engineering
Principles
                                                           Integrated circuit packages. Computer analysis tools.
                                                                                                                        3421. Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit (VLSI)
(220) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         Design and laboratory evaluation of digital electronic       Design and Simulation
MATH 2410Q and PHYS 1502Q, both of which may               circuits.                                                    (249) Second semester. Four credits. Two-hour lec-
be taken concurrently. This course and ECE 2608 or         3223.    Optical Engineering                                 ture and three-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite:
ECE 2001W may not both be taken.                           (223) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECE       ECE 3221.
    Basic concepts of circuit analysis as applied to       3001or PHYS 3201. Not open to students who have                  Design of MOS transistors, including short
electronic circuits and electromechanical devices,         passed ECE 4231.                                             channel effects in sub-micron devices; scaling laws;
including measuring instruments.                               Principles and techniques of optical engineering,        design rules. Layout of NMOS and CMOS logic gates;
3101.    Signals and Systems
                                                           including geometrical optics, optical fibers and sys-        power-delay calculations. Design of static and/or
(202) Either semester. Three credits. Three class peri-    tems, sources and detectors, measurements, imaging,          dynamic memories. Laboratory emphasizes schematic
ods and one discussion period. Prerequisite: ECE           lenses, wave optics, polarization, interference, diffrac-    capture, simulation, timing analysis and testing; layout
2001W or 2608 or 3002.                                     tion, optical Fourier transforms, holography, interfer-      of custom IC’s; use of VHDL.
    Representation of signals in the time and frequency    ometry, integrated optics, frequency conversion, in-         3431. Numerical Methods in Scientific
domains. Fourier series. Fourier and Laplace transform     teraction of light and matter.                               Computation
methods for analysis of linear systems. Introduction       3225.    Optical Engineering Laboratory                      (257) (Also offered as CSE 3802.) First semester.
to state space models. Introduction to sampling and        (225) Second semester. Three credits. One 3-hour labo-       Three credits. Prerequisite: CSE 1100 or 1010 and
discrete systems analysis via z transforms.                ratory period. Prerequisite: ECE 3223 or 4231. Not           MATH 2110Q and 2410Q and prerequisite or
                                                           open to students who have passed ECE 4232.                   corequisite: MATH 2210Q.
3111.    Systems Analysis
                                                               Hands-on design and measurement of optical sys-              Introduction to the numerical algorithms
(232) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                     fundamental to scientific computation. Equation
ECE 3101 and prerequisite or corequisite: MATH             tems and components. Lens systems and imaging, fi-
                                                           ber-optic communications and fiber-optic sensors, dif-       solving, function approximation, integration,
2210Q.                                                                                                                  difference and differential equations, special computer
    Modeling and analysis of physical systems using        fraction and Fourier Optics, interferometry, etc. Struc-
                                                           tured experiments and design projects centered on            techniques. Emphasis is placed on efficient use of
frequency and time-domain methods. State variable                                                                       computers to optimize speed and accuracy in numerical
techniques for continuous and discrete-time systems.       available equipment.
                                                                                                                        computations. Extensive digital computer usage for
Controllability and observability. Stability of linear     3243.    Introduction to Nanotechnology
                                                                                                                        algorithm verification.
systems with feedback; root locus, Bode and Nyquist        Second semester. Three credits. Lecture.
methods. Linearization of nonlinear systems.                    Basic concepts of nanoscience; new physical prop-       3608.    Electronic Devices and Circuits
Computational methods for analysis of linear systems.      erties at these scales (~1-100 nm); different approaches     (204) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Prereq-
                                                           to fabricate, image, characterize and manipulate             uisite: ECE 2608.
3201.    Electronic Circuit Design and Analysis
                                                           nanostructures and nanodevices; current and poten-               Physical electronics underlying the operation of
(212) Either semester. Four credits. Prerequisite: ECE                                                                  modern solid-state devices. Diodes and diode circuits.
2001W or both ECE 2608 and ECE 2609W. Three 1-             tial applications in areas as diverse as electronics,
                                                           health and energy; societal impacts of nanotechnology.       The bipolar junction transistor and field-effect
hour lectures and one 2-hour laboratory. This course                                                                    transistors. Models of transistors. Applications of
and either ECE 3608 or 3609 may not both be taken          3301.    Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
                                                                                                                        transistors to integrated circuits such as operational
for credit.                                                (272) (Also offered as BME 3101.) Semester by ar-            amplifiers and logic gates.
    Physical electronics underlying the operation of       rangement. Three credits. Prerequisite: BIOL 1107.
electronic devices. Diodes, diode models, and diode        Corequisite: PHYS 1501Q and MATH 2110Q.                      3609.    Analog Electronics Design Laboratory
circuits. Transistors, transistor models, and transistor       Survey of the ways engineering and medical               (261) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. One
circuits. DC, small signal, and frequency analysis of      science interact. The art and science of medicine, and       class period and one 4-hour laboratory period. Prereq-
transistor amplifiers. Compound transistor                 the process of medical diagnosis and treatment.              uisite: ECE 2001W or 2609W; ECE 3101 and 3608,
configurations. Computer analysis tools. Design            Diagnostic instrumentation and measurements                  both of which may be taken concurrently. This course
projects are implemented and tested in the laboratory.     including medical imaging. Introduction to bioelectric       and ECE 3201 may not both be taken for credit.
Laboratory reports with revisions are required for each    phenomena, biomechanics, and biomaterials.                        Introductory design laboratory. Use of personal
project.                                                   Biochemical engineering. Computers in medicine.              computers to design and measure performance of
                                                           Molecular medicine and biotechnology.
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analog electronic circuits and systems. Design with         between computers, laser communication, fiber-optics,        4211. Semiconductor Devices and
both integrated circuits and discrete components.           pulse-code modulation, acoustics, hearing, rotating          Nanostructures
Design of active filters, effects of feedback,              machines, servomechanisms, and microprocessors.              (245) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
broadbanding, oscillator design, A/D and D/A                                                                             ECE 3201 or 3608.
                                                            4121.    Digital Control Systems                                 Principles and applications of contemporary solid
conversion systems, and low-noise amplifier design.         (234) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECE       state devices such as light-emitting diodes, injection
3610W. Switching and Digital Electronics Design             3111.                                                        lasers, solar cells, p-n-p-n diodes, SCRs and Triacs,
Laboratory                                                      Analysis and design of control systems                   transistors, MESFETs and MODFETs, and
(262W) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. One          incorporating a digital computer as the controlling          fundamentals of integrated circuits. Impact of
class period and one 4-hour laboratory period. Pre-         element. Building blocks of digital control. Measures        nanostructures on devices.
requisite: ECE 3609 or 3201; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or           of control system performance. Frequency domain and
3800. This course and ECE 3211 may not both be taken        state variable methods of control design. Optimal            4225. Fundamentals of Electron Device Design
for credit.                                                 control methods. State variable estimation.                  and Characterization
    Switching electronic devices. Switching power           Implementation issues. Use of computer-aided                 First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECE 3201.
supplies and motor control circuits. Bipolar and MOS        software tools for simulation and design.                    Recommended preparation: ECE 4211.
digital circuits. Various computer tools.                                                                                     Design of micro/nano electronic devices using
                                                            4122.    Systems Laboratory                                  state-of-the-art computer simulation tools, experimen-
4079.    Independent Design Laboratory                      (267) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. One            tal electrical characterization of semiconductor devices
(265) Either or both semesters. Three credits. Prereq-      4-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite: ECE 3111 and         and introduction to modern electronic devices such as
uisite: Instructor consent. May be taken twice for          ECE 3211 or 3610W.                                           high-performance MOSFETs, TFTs, solar cells, non-
credit.                                                         Real-time digital control and signal processing          volatile memories, CCDs, and thermoelectric power
    Experimental design project undertaken by the           systems. Typical topics include liquid level control,        generators.
student by special arrangement with a faculty member        velocity and position control, digital filters, image
of the Department of Electrical and Computer                processing, and power control electronics. Written and       4231.    Fiber Optics
Engineering.                                                oral presentations of laboratory results.                    (228) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Prereq-
                                                                                                                         uisite: ECE 3001 or PHYS 3201.
4095. Special Topics in Electrical and Computer             4131.    Introduction to Digital Signal Processing                Application of Maxwell’s equations and geometric
Engineering                                                 (247) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Prereq-        optics first to two-dimensional dielectric waveguides
(295) Semester by arrangement. Credits by arrange-          uisite: ECE 3101.                                            and then to cylindrical fibers. Ray and mode theory,
ment. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. With a                Discrete-time signals and systems. The z-               eigenvalues, Goos-Haenchen shift. Step-index,
change in content, this course may be repeated for          transform. Digital filters; stability, frequency response,   graded-index, and single-mode fibers. Splicers,
credit.                                                     canonic realizations and state equations. Fourier            couplers, sources, detectors and optical design. Fiber
    Classroom and/or laboratory course in special           methods for discrete signal representation; Fourier          manufacturing techniques.
topics as announced in advance for each semester.           transform of sequences, the discrete Fourier transform,
                                                            and the FFT. Design of linear digital filters in time        4232.    Fiber Optics Laboratory
4099. Independent Study in Electrical and                                                                                (229) Second semester. Three credits. One four-hour
Computer Engineering                                        and frequency domains. Spectrum analysis and
(299) Semester by arrangement. Credits by arrangement,      filtering via the FFT.                                       laboratory period. Prerequisite: ECE 4231.
not to exceed four in any semester. Prerequisite: Con-                                                                       Hands-on design and measurement of fiber-optic
                                                            4132. Information Processing Systems                         applications. Fiber-optic communications and fiber-
sent of instructor. With a change in content, this course   Laboratory
may be repeated for credit.                                                                                              optic sensors. Structured experiments and design
                                                            (292) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or         projects centered around available equipment.
    Individual exploration of special topics as arranged    corequisite: ECE 4111 or 4112 or instructor consent.
by the student with course instructor.                          Laboratory experiments in signal processing, real-       4242. Micro/Opto-electronic Devices and
                                                            time digital filters, image processing, imaging systems,     Circuits Fabrication Laboratory
4099W. Independent Study in Electrical and                                                                               (268) First semester. Three credits. One class pe-
Computer Engineering                                        data acquisition using detectors, pattern recognition,
Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; consent of         communication receivers, and system performance              riod, and one 4-hour laboratory period. Prerequi-
instructor.                                                 evaluation. Emphasis is on real-time information             site: ECE 3221, 4211.
                                                            processing systems with interface between sensors and            Semiconductor wafer preparation and
4111.    Communication Systems                                                                                           characterization including: determination of carrier
                                                            computer/processors. Applications of analog and
(241) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECE                                                                   concentration, mobility, and lifetime; oxidation,
                                                            digital techniques to design, implementation and
3101, or BME 3400 and STAT 3345Q .                                                                                       diffusion, metallization, mask layouts, and
                                                            testing of real-time information processing systems.
    Communication of information over noisy                                                                              photolithographic techniques as employed in the
channels. Fourier transform review, spectral analysis,      4141. Introduction to RF/Microwave Wireless                  realization of discrete devices (e.g., bipolar and MOS
and sampling. Amplitude, phase, and frequency               Systems                                                      transistors, solar cells) and integrated circuits; design
modulation of a sinusoidal carrier. Time and frequency      (227) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Prereq-        of basic IC components such as transistors, resistors,
division multiplexing. Random processes and analysis        uisite: ECE 3001.                                            and capacitors; monolithic fabrication of simple
of communication of systems in noise. Elements of               An introduction to the general hardware                  digital/analog circuits. Design project. Written and oral
digital communication systems.                              components, system parameters, and architectures of          presentations of laboratory results.
                                                            radio-frequency (RF) and microwave wireless
4112.    Digital Communications and Networks                                                                             4243.    Nanoscience and Nanotechnology I
(242) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. Prereq-       systems. Practical examples will be drawn from
                                                            communication as well as radar/sensor systems.               (Also offered as ENGR 4243.) First semester. Three
uisite: ECE 3101 and STAT 3345Q.                                                                                         credits. Prerequisite: ECE 4211 or PHYS 2300 or 3401
    Fundamentals of digital communication systems.          4201.    Electronic Circuits and Applications                or MSE 4001, and CHEM 1127 or equivalent.
Encoding of analog signals for digital transmission.        (240) (Formerly offered as EE 240.) Second semes-                Fundamentals of electron and hole confinement
Basic information theory. Source encoding techniques.       ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: ECE 3201 or 3608.          in quantum well, wire, and dot heterostructures, con-
Baseband data transmission. Digital carrier modulation      Recommended preparation: ECE 3111.                           finement of photons in photonic band gap structures,
schemes. Multiplexing techniques. Basic error control            Analysis and design of linear amplifiers. The           density of states in quantum wires; transport in quan-
coding.                                                     effects of feedback in tuned, video, and operational         tum wires and dots, and single wells (SWNT) and
4113. Communications Systems Design
                                                            amplifiers. Noise, stability, and frequency                  multi-wall carbon nanotubes; operation of nano field-
Laboratory                                                  compensation. Applications encompass active filters,         effect transistors; absorption and emission in quan-
(263) Semester by arrangement. Three credits. One           oscillators, phase lock loops and nonlinear operations       tum wires and dot structures; fabrication methodol-
4-hour laboratory. Prerequisite: ECE 3001 and 3610W.        such as multiplication, modulation, sampling, and            ogy to grow and assemble quantum wires and dots
    Design and experimental evaluation of circuits and      analog-to-digital conversion.                                including self-assembly techniques for light-emitting
systems useful in communication, control, and other                                                                      diodes, transistors, lasers, and nanoelectromechanical
applications. Typical subject areas are: transmission                                                                    (NEM) structures.
lines, microwaves, antennas, AM/FM transmitters and
receivers, TV cameras and receivers, communication
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4244.   Nanotechnology II                                                                                                Provides an opportunity for students to participate
(251) (Also offered as ENGR 4244.) Second semes-                     Engineering (ENGR)                              in a work environment to gain practical experience
ter. Three credits. One-hour lecture and four-hour                                                                   and to exercise problem solving skills.
laboratory. Prerequisites: Senior standing and ECE       Dean, School of Engineering: Mun Y. Choi, Ph.D.
                                                         Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education:                 4243.   Nanoscience and Nanotechnology I
4211 or ECE/ENGR 4243.
     Growth and characterization of carbon nanotubes         M.E. Wood                                               (250) (Also offered as ECE 4243) First semester. Three
using vapor phase nucleation; growth of CdSe quan-       Office: Room 304, EII Building                              credits. Prerequisite: ECE 4211 or PHYS 2300 or 3401
tum dots using liquid phase precipitation and vapor                                                                  or MSE 4001, and CHEM 1127 or equivalent.
                                                         1000.    Orientation to Engineering                             Fundamentals of electron and hole confinement
phase MOCVD reactor; characterization using AFM          (100) First semester. One credit. Fifteen class pe-
and TEM and dynamic scattering techniques; device                                                                    in quantum well, wire and dot heterostructures, con-
                                                         riods of lecture, and eight seminar and discussion          finement of photons in photonic band gap structures,
processing highlighting nanolithography (E-Beam),        periods. Not open to Junior or Senior students in
and self assembly techniques; project work involving                                                                 density of states in quantum wires; transport in quan-
                                                         the School of Engineering. Students taking this             tum wires and dots, and single wells (SWNT) and
fabrication of devices such as LEDs, carbon nanotube     course will be assigned a final grade of S (satisfac-
based FETs, and sensors using self-assembled quan-                                                                   multi-wall carbon nanotubes; operation of nano field-
                                                         tory) or U (unsatisfactory).                                effect transistors; absorption and emission in quan-
tum dots hosted in inorganic or organic/polymer lay-         A series of orientation lectures on the many fields
ers.                                                                                                                 tum wires and dot structures; fabrication methodol-
                                                         of engineering, followed by a series of seminars and        ogy to grow and assemble quantum wires and dots
4401.   Digital Design Laboratory                        discussions in engineering discipline-specific sections     including self-assembly techniques for light-emitting
(280) (Also offered as CSE 3350.) (Formerly offered      on engineering topics.                                      diodes, transistors, lasers, and nanoelectromechanical
as EE 280.) First semester. Three credits. Four hours    1101.    Living in an Engineered World                      (NEM) structures.
of laboratory. Prerequisite or corequisite: CSE 3302/    First semester. Three credits                               4244.   Nanotechnology II
ECE 3401.                                                    A survey course that provides students an insight
    Digital designing with PLA and FPGA, A/D and                                                                     (251) (Also offered as ECE 4244) Second semester.
                                                         into the technical world around them. As a society in       Three credits. One hour lecture and four hour labora-
D/A conversion, floating point processing, ALU           the 21st Century, we will be faced with a rapidly chang-
design, synchronous and asynchronous controllers,                                                                    tory. Prerequisites: Senior standing and ECE 4211 or
                                                         ing world influenced greatly by the advances in tech-       ECE/ENGR 4243.
control path; bus master; bus slave; memory interface;   nology, the history of technological changes and the
I/O interface; logic circuits analysis, testing, and                                                                      Growth and characterization of carbon nanotube
                                                         continued need for conservation of energy and               using vapor phase nucleation; growth of CdSe quan-
trouble shooting; PBC; design and manufacturing.         sustainability. CA 3                                        tum dots using liquid phase precipitation and vapor
4402.   Digital Hardware Laboratory                      1166.    Foundations of Engineering                         phase MOCVD reactor; characterization using AFM
(281) (Also offered as CSE 4901.) Semester by ar-        (166) Second semester. Three credits. Not open for          and TEM and dynamic scattering techniques; device
rangement. Three credits. One 4-hour laboratory pe-      credit to Junior or Senior students in the School of        processing highlighting nanolithography (E-Beam),
riod. Prerequisite: CSE 4302; ECE 3401 or CSE 3302.      Engineering. Not open for credit for students who have      and self assembly techniques; project work involving
    Advanced combinational and sequential circuit        passed ENGR 150 or 151.                                     fabrication of devices such as LEDs, carbon nanotube
design and implementation using random logic and             Introductory topics in a specific engineering major.    based FETs, and sensors using self-assembled quan-
microprocessor based system. Hardware and software       Topics selected by Department or Program, or                tum dots hosted in inorganic or organic/polymer lay-
interface to the basic system. Serial communication,     Regional Campus faculty. Students to select section         ers.
user program loading and execution. Microcontrollers     based on their selected or intended major. In the context   4299.   Independent Study
– familiarization and inclusion in design.               of the discipline, students would develop skills            (299) Semester and hours by arrangements. Credits
4901. Electrical and Computer Engineering                transferable to other engineering disciplines.              by arrangement, not to exceed 4. Open to seniors in
Design I                                                 3181.    EUROTECH Internship Abroad                         the School of Engineering. With a change in topic,
(290) (Also offered as CSE 4950.) Either semester.       (289) Semester by arrangement. No credit. Prerequi-         may be repeated for credit.
Two credits. Prerequisite: Senior standing.              site: consent of instructor. Students taking this course        Designed for students who wish to pursue an in-
    Discussion of the design process; project            will be assigned a final grade of S (satisfactory) or U     terdisciplinary engineering project where the subject
statement, specification, project planning, scheduling   (unsatisfactory).                                           matter/content spans more than one field of interest.
and division of responsibility, ethics in engineering        A six-month internship in Germany, Austria, or          The program of study is to be approved by the Asso-
design, safety, environmental considerations,            Switzerland for the EUROTECH Program. The                   ciate Dean of Undergraduate Education and the in-
economic constraints, liability, manufacturing, and      student must arrange with the instructor for this           structor before registration is completed.
marketing. Projects are carried out using a team-based   internship at least one year before the intended
approach. Selection and analysis of a design project     departure date and participate in the orientation
to be undertaken in CSE 4591/ECE 4902 is carried         program. To successfully complete this course the                          English (ENGL)
out. Written progress reports, a proposal, an interim    student must submit periodic reports in German on
project report, a final report, and oral presentations   the assigned work during the work period and a final        Head of Department: Professor Wayne Franklin
are required.                                            report upon return.                                         Department Office: Room 208, College of Liberal Arts
                                                                                                                         and Sciences Building
4902. Electrical and Computer Engineering                3193.    Foreign Study
Design II                                                Either semester. Credits and hours by arrangement,          For major requirements, see the College of Liberal Arts
(291) (Also offered as CSE 4951.) Either semester.       up to a maximum of six credits. With change of topic,       and Sciences section of this Catalog.
Three credits. Prerequisite: ECE 4901. Hours to be       may be repeated for credit. May count toward major          1003.   English for Foreign Students
arranged.                                                with consent of advisor and approved plan of study.         (103) Either semester. Three credits. Course may be
     Design of a device, circuit, system, process, or        Special engineering topics taken in a foreign study     repeated for credit. Graduate students may elect this
algorithm. Team solution to an engineering design        program.                                                    course.
problem as formulated in CSE 4950/ECE 4901, from                                                                         Instruction in English for non-native speakers of
first concepts through evaluation and documentation.     3195.    Special Topics in Engineering
                                                         (295) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-        the language.
Written progress reports, a final report, and oral
presentations are required.                              ment, or as announced. Prerequisite and/or consent:         1004.   Basic Writing
                                                         Announced separately for each course. With a change         (104) Either semester. Four credits.
                                                         in content, this course may be repeated for credit.             Development of the reading and writing skills
                                                             Classroom and/or laboratory course in special           essential to university work. Students placed in ENGL
                                                         topics as announced in advance for each semester.           1004 must pass the course before electing ENGL 1010
                                                                                                                     or 1011. Not open to students who have passed ENGL
                                                         3281.    Engineering Internship
                                                         One or more summer semesters. Zero credits. Hours           105, 109, 1010, or 1011.
                                                         by arrangement. Prerequisite: Consent of the program
                                                         director. May be repeated. Students taking this course
                                                         will be assigned a grade of S (satisfactory) or U (un-
                                                         satisfactory).
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1010.    Seminar in Academic Writing                       1601W. Race, Gender, and the Culture Industry               2274W. Disability in American Literature and
(110) Either semester. Four credits. Not open for credit   (175W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        Culture
to students who have passed ENGL 105. Students             ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                  (174W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
placed in ENGL 1004 must pass that class before en-           Cultural construction of race and gender in              ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
rolling in ENGL 1010.                                      English-language literature, film, and music.                   An interdisciplinary examination of the symbolic
    Instruction in academic writing through                CA 4.                                                       roles of disability and the social implications of those
interdisciplinary reading. Assignments emphasize                                                                       roles. CA 1. CA 4.
                                                           1616. Major Works of English and American
interpretation, argumentation, and reflection. Revision    Literature                                                  2301.    World Literature in English
of formal assignments and instruction on grammar,          (127) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         (227) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
mechanics and style.                                       ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                  ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
1011.    Seminar in Writing through Literature                Includes important works from the major genres               English language literature from Africa, India,
(111) Either semester. Four credits. Not open for credit   and historical periods since Beowulf. CA 1.                 Canada, Australia, the Caribbean, and other areas
to students who have passed ENGL 109. Students             1616W. Major Works of English and American
                                                                                                                       outside of the United States and the British Isles.
placed in ENGL 1004 must pass that class before en-        Literature                                                  Writers may include Soyinka, Gordimer, Walcott,
rolling in ENGL 1011.                                      (127W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.             Achebe, Markandaya, Atwood, White, Emecheta,
    Instruction in academic writing through literary       CA 1.                                                       Rushdie, Naipaul, Kincaid, and others. CA 4-INT.
reading. Assignments emphasize interpretation,                                                                         2301W. World Literature in English
argumentation, and reflection. Revision of formal          1640W. Literature and the Creative Process
                                                           (140W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        (227W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
assignments and instruction on grammar, mechanics                                                                      CA 4-INT.
and style.                                                 ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                                Examination of the creative process by studying        2401.    Poetry
1012W. Business Writing I                                  literary texts at various stages of their development.      (210) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(107W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       CA 1.                                                       ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                                                                                 A study of the techniques and conventions of the
    Introduction to the rhetorical and generic conven-     1693.    Foreign Study
                                                           (193) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by        chief forms and traditions of poetry in English. CA 1.
tions of business writing.
                                                           arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of         2405.    Drama
1013W. Technical Writing I                                 Department Head or advisor may be required prior to         (219) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(108W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       the student’s departure.                                    ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                     Special topics taken in a foreign study program.            An introduction to the chief forms and traditions
    Introduction to rhetorical and generic conventions                                                                 of dramatic literature through the study of a broad
of technical writing.                                      1701.    Creative Writing I
                                                           (146) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         range of major works. CA 1.
1101.    Classical and Medieval Western Literature         ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                  2407.    The Short Story
(112) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL        First course in creative expression in fiction, po-     (216) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                      etry, and other forms.                                      ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
     This and ENGL 1103 offer a study of European                                                                          The short story as a literary form with study of
literature from ancient times to the present. ENGL 1101    2049W. Writing through Research
                                                           (149W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        significant Continental, British, and American
considers ancient and medieval literature through                                                                      writers. CA 1.
Dante. CA 1.                                               ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                                Instruction in academic writing and the procedures     2408.    Modern Drama
1101W. Classical and Medieval Western Literature           of library and internet research leading to a large-scale   (236) (Formerly offered as ENGL 3406.) Either se-
(112W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.            research paper.                                             mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or
CA 1.                                                                                                                  1011 or 3800.
                                                           2100.    British Literature I
1103. Renaissance and Modern Western                       (205) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:             Modern British, American, and Continental drama,
Literature                                                 ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                  with the reading and discussion of some 15-20
(113) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:            British literature, medieval through 18th century.      representative plays. CA 1.
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                 Intended to provide preparation for more advanced           2408W. Modern Drama
   Literature in the European tradition from the           courses in British literature. This course is strongly      Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. CA 1.
Renaissance through the modern periods. CA 1.              recommended for English majors. CA 1.
                                                                                                                       2409.    The Modern Novel
1103W. Renaissance and Modern Western                      2101.    British Literature II                              (212) (Formerly offered as ENGL 3409.) Either se-
Literature                                                 (206) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(113W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                                                        mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or
                                                           ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                  1011 or 3800.
CA 1.                                                          British literature, 19th to 20th centuries. Intended       Major twentieth-century novels. CA 1.
1201.    Introduction to American Studies                  to provide preparation for more advanced courses in
(165) (Also offered as AMST 1201 and HIST 1503.)           British literature. This course is strongly recommended     2411.    Popular Literature
First semester. Three credits. Not open to students who    for English majors. CA 1.                                   Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL
have passed INTD 276.                                                                                                  1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                           2201.    American Literature to 1880                            Examination of popular literature through the
    What is an American? A multi-disciplinary inquiry      (270) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
into the diversity of American societies and cultures.                                                                 application of literary theory. CA 1.
                                                           ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
CA 4.                                                         American literature from the beginnings: Poe,            2411W. Popular Literature
                                                           Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Melville, Whitman,             Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. CA 1.
1301.    Major Works of Eastern Literature
(120) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        Douglass, Stowe, Dickinson, Twain, and others.              2600. Introduction to Literary Studies.
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                 2201W. American Literature to 1880
                                                                                                                       Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL
    Important works of poetry, drama, and literary         (270W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.             1010 or 1011 or 3800. Open to English majors, others
prose from the Middle East, South Asia, China, Japan,                                                                  with instructor’s consent.
and Southeast Asia. All works are read in translation.     2203.    American Literature Since 1880                         Skills essential for the successful pursuit of a de-
CA 4-INT.                                                  (271) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         gree in English: textual analysis (close reading of po-
                                                           ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                  etry and prose), literary criticism and theory, research
1503.    Introduction to Shakespeare                           Modern and contemporary American literature:
(130) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                    and citation methods, and critical writing about litera-
                                                           James, Wharton, Dreiser, Cather, Frost, Hemingway,          ture.
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                 Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Morrison, and others.
    Introductory survey of representative Shakespeare
plays and poetry. CA 1.                                    2203W. American Literature Since 1880
                                                           (271W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                                                                                                                  ENGLISH                    147
3003W. Advanced Expository Writing                         3117W. Romantic British Literature                          3218.    Ethnic Literatures of the United States
(249W) Either semester. Three credits. Three class pe-     Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                    (278) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
riods. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open                                                                   ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
                                                           3118.    Victorian British Literature
to juniors or higher.                                      Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL             The literatures of ethnic American authors. Writers
    Writing on topics related, usually, to students’       1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                       may include Natachee Scott Momaday, Maxine Hong
individual interests and needs.                                British literature from 1832 to 1900.                   Kingston, Zora Neale Hurston, Rolando Hinojosa,
3010W. Advanced Composition for Prospective                                                                            Bernard Malumud, Nicholasa Mohr, John Fante,
Teachers                                                   3118W. Victorian British Literature                         among others. CA 4.
(209W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                                                                                       3218W. Ethnic Literatures of the United States
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Designed primarily for          3119.    Modern English Literature                          (278W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open
English education majors.                                  (226) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         to juniors or higher. CA 4.
   Advanced training in composition, with                  ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
consideration of the problem of teaching writing.             Modern literature from the British Isles, including      3235W. Reading the American City
                                                           such writers as Yeats, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf, Lawrence,       (235W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
3011.    Publishing                                                                                                    ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
(294) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        Lessing, and Shaw.
                                                                                                                           The role of urban environments in American lit-
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.      3119W. Modern English Literature                            erature. Topics may include the literary representation
     Publishing and writing for publication in the         (226W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.             of cities over time along with their impact on the psy-
Information Age. Topics include desktop publishing,        3120.    Early and Modern Irish Literature                  chological formation of characters and on family, ro-
web-page design, and the presentation of materials on      (233) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         mantic, and social relationships in urban settings.
the Internet. No previous experience with computers        ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
is required.                                                                                                           3240.    American Nature Writing
                                                              Irish literature in English to 1939: fiction, drama,     (239) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
3011W. Publishing                                          and verse, including such early Irish myth as the Tain      ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
(294W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       bo Cualnge and such writers as Mangan, Somerville              Study of writings, from the colonial era to the
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.      & Ross, Yeats, Gregory, Synge, Joyce, and O’Connor.         modern, reflecting diverse ways of imagining
3082.    Writing Center Practicum
                                                           CA 4-INT.                                                   humanity’s relation to the natural environment.
Either semester. One credit. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010       3122.    Contemporary Irish Literature                      3265W. Seminar in American Studies
or 1011 or 3800. Instructor consent required.              (234) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         (265W) (Also offered as AMST 3265W.) Second se-
    Introduction to Writing Center pedagogy, theory        ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.       mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or
and research methods. Intended primarily for Writing          Irish literature in English since 1939: fiction,         1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
Center staff. Students taking this course will be as-      drama, and verse by such writers as Beckett, Bowen,             An in-depth study of an event, historical period,
signed a grade of S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfac-       O’Brien, Friel, Murdoch, O’Faolain, McGahern,               or cultural production from an interdisciplinary
tory).                                                     McGinley, Heaney, Muldoon, and Doyle. CA 4-INT.             perspective.
3091.    Writing Internship                                3193.    Studies in Britain                                 3301.    Celtic and Norse Myth and Legend
(297) Either semester. Credit and hours by arrange-        (292) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         (213) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
ment, not to exceed six credits per semester. Prerequi-    ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Hours by arrangement.            ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to sophomores or
site: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or        Open only with consent of instructor.                       higher. Not open for credit to students who have pre-
higher. May be repeated for credit. Open only with             Studies in the British Isles during the intersession,   viously received credit for the same course as ENGL
consent of instructor. No more than eight credits may      supplemented by weekly seminars in Storrs. Direct           267.
be earned in a single placement, and no more than          experience with aspects of English literature in its            An examination of the early Celtic and Norse cul-
three credits may be counted towards completion of         social and artistic milieu.                                 tures through their medieval literature. Close analysis
requirements for the English major. Students taking        3210.    Native American Literature                         of works such as The Tain, The Mabinogian, The
this course will be assigned a final grade of S (satis-    (272) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         Eddas, selected sagas, runic and historical texts in as-
factory) or U (unsatisfactory).                            ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Makowsky, Tilton                 sociation with later English texts that show their in-
    Training in writing in a supervised field placement.       Examination of the literatures of pre-contact, post-    fluence.
3111.    Medieval English Literature                       contact, and contemporary indigenous American               3318.    Literature and Culture of the Third World
(220) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        cultures. CA 4.                                             (218) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                 3212.    Asian American Literature                          ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. May be repeated for
   Readings in the literature of the English Middle        (274) (Also offered as AASI 3212.) Either semester.         credit with a change in topic.
Ages — lyrics, narratives, dramas, and didactic forms.     Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or               The literature of regions outside North America
3111W. Medieval English Literature                         3800; open to juniors or higher.                            and Europe. Contents of the course will vary according
(220W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.               Literature, theatre, film about Asian American           to regional focus. CA 4-INT.
3113.    Renaissance English Literature
                                                           communities and culture in the United States from the       3320.    Literature and Culture of India
(221) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        mid-nineteenth century to the present. CA 4.                Either semester. Three credits. Not open for credit to
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                 3214.    Black American Writers I                           students who have passed ENGL 3318 if taught as
   Writers studied include More, Spenser,                  (276) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL     topic “India.”
Shakespeare, Donne, Jonson, and Milton.                    1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.                Important texts, practices, and ideas drawn from
                                                               Critical and historical examination of the              the diverse traditions of Indian literature, arts, philoso-
3113W. Renaissance English Literature                                                                                  phy, and religion. CA 4-INT.
(221W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.            literature of black American writers from Phyllis
                                                           Wheatley to the present. CA 4.                              3403.    Modern Poetry in English
3115. Restoration and 18th-Century English                                                                             (211) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
Literature                                                 3214W. Black American Writers I
                                                           (276W) (Also offered as AFAM 3214W.) First semes-           ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
(222) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                       Poetry of the 20th century, from the major
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                 ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011
                                                           or 3800; open to juniors or higher. CA 4.                   modernist innovators to significant contemporaries.
   Includes such writers as Dryden, Pope, Swift,
Johnson, Burney, and Austen.                               3216W. Black American Writers II                            3420.    Children’s Literature
                                                           (277W) (Also offered as AFAM 3216W.) Second se-             (200) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
3115W. Restoration and 18th-Century English                                                                            ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
Literature                                                 mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or
(222W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.            1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.                        The best literature available to children, including
                                                              Extensive readings in the works of four or five          works by major writers and forms such as fable, folk
3117.    Romantic British Literature                       contemporary black American writers.                        tale, fairy tale, nursery rhyme, and short story.
Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL
1010 or 1011 or 3800.
    British literature from 1790 to 1832.
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3422.    Young Adult Literature                                 Analysis of the representation of women in a             3651.    Maritime Non-Fiction
(208) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         variety of works from different countries. CA 4.             (238) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.                                                                    ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
                                                            3611.    Women in Twentieth-Century Literature
Not open to students who have passed ENGL 201.                                                                               Classics of the non-fictional genre as they apply
   Critical analysis of texts for and about young           (286) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL      to an understanding of the culture of the sea. Social,
adults, including an historical range of classic and        1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.             humanistic, intellectual and scientific perspectives are
canonical works from before 1900 to the present.                Analysis of the representation of women in a             examined through analysis of works by writers such
                                                            variety of works from different countries.                   as Steinbeck, McPhee, and Sebastian Junger.
3495.    Studies in Early Literature in English
Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL          3613.    Introduction to LGBT Literature
                                                                                                                         3692.    Writing Practicum
1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.            (269) Either semester. Three credits.                        (296) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
    Studies in literature written in English before 1800.       An introduction to themes of sexual diversity in         ment. May be repeated for credit with a change in topic.
                                                            literature, related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and           Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to
3501.    Chaucer                                            transgendered issues. CA 4.
(232) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                      juniors or higher.
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.       3617.    Literature and Religion                                 A concentrated introduction to (or review of) a
    The Canterbury Tales and other selected works,          (240) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          particular aspect of composition. Courses will focus
and such attention to the Middle English language as        ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        on such topics as writing and publishing on the
is necessary to an understanding of the text.                   Study of diverse imaginative writings concerned          Internet, legal writing, grammar review, grammar by
                                                            with the human search for God, transcendence, and            computer, business writing, and web-page design.
3503.    Shakespeare I                                      ultimate meaning.
(230) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                      3693.    Foreign Study
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                  3619.    Topics in Literature and Human Rights               (293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
   Romantic comedies and principal tragedies.               (241) (Also offered as HRTS 3619.) Either semester.          arrangement. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or
                                                            Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or            3800; open to juniors or higher. May be repeated for
3503W. Shakespeare I                                        3800; open to juniors or higher. May be repeated for         credit. Consent of department head required, normally
(230W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.             credit with a change of topic.                               to be granted prior to the student’s departure. May
3505.    Shakespeare II                                         Study of literature from various historical periods      count toward the major with consent of the advisor.
(231) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         and nationalities concerned with defining, exploring,            Special topics taken in a foreign study program.
ENGL 3503 or instructor consent; open to juniors or         and critiquing the idea of universal human rights.
                                                                                                                         3695.    Special Topics
higher.                                                     3621.    Literature and Other Disciplines                    (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
   The early plays, problem plays, and late plays.          (291) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          ment. With a change in content, may be repeated for
3507.    Milton                                             ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        credit. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open
(204) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         May be repeated for credit with a change in topic.           to juniors or higher. Other prerequisites and recom-
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.           The relationship of literature to other fields of        mended preparation vary.
   The lyric, epic and dramatic poetry of Milton, with      study. Course content will vary by section.                  3698.    Variable Topics
some consideration of his prose writing.                    3623.    Studies in Literature and Culture                   (295) Either semester. Three credits. With a change in
3509.    Studies in Individual Writers                      (217) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          topics, may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ENGL
(264) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. May be repeated for               1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher. Other
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.       credit with a change in topic.                               prerequisites and recommended preparation vary.
May be repeated for credit with a change in topic.              An examination of social and culture aspects of
                                                                                                                         3699.    Independent Study
    Concentrated study in one or two authors writing        printed literature and of its relationship to other media.   (299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
in English.                                                 Contents will vary by section.                               ment. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open
3601.    The English Language                               3625.    Studies in Criticism                                to juniors or higher. Open only with consent of in-
(242) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL     (266) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          structor and approval of either the department head,
1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.            ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        or the department undergraduate coordinator. May be
    A descriptive study of modern American English:              Studies in the history and theories of literary         repeated for credit with a change of topic.
constituent sound (phonology), structure of words           criticism.                                                       Supervised reading and writing on a subject of
(morphology), and syntax, with some attention to            3627.    Studies in Literature
                                                                                                                         special interest to the student.
lexicography and usage.                                     (267) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          3701.    Creative Writing II
3603.    The History of the English Language                ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        (246) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(244) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         May be repeated for credit with a change in topic.           ENGL 1701; open only with consent of instructor. May
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.           Advanced exploration of various limited topics,          be repeated once for credit.
    Readings in Old English, Middle English, and            such as a particular literary theme, form, or movement,          For student writers of proven ability who wish
Early Modern with a survey of the main developments         to be announced from semester to semester.                   further training in two creative genres (fiction, poetry,
in the language since Anglo-Saxon times.                    3629.    Introduction to Holocaust Literature
                                                                                                                         or creative nonfiction). Genres vary by semester.
3605.    Latina/o Literature                                Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL           3703.    Writing Workshop
(261) (Also offered as PRLS 3232.) Either semester.         1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to sophomores or higher.          (247) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or           Not open for credit to students who have passed ENGL         ENGL 1701; open only with consent of instructor. May
3800 or instructor consent; open to juniors or higher.      3623 or 3619 when taught as Holocaust literature.            be repeated once for credit.
Gonzalez                                                        Introduction to literature of the Holocaust. CA 1.           For advanced student writers who wish intensive
    Extensive readings in Latina/o literature from the      3631.    Literature, Culture, and Humanitarianism
                                                                                                                         training in a single creative genre (fiction, poetry, or
late nineteenth century to the present. CA 4.               (Also offered as HRTS 3631.) Either semester. Three          creative nonfiction). Genres vary by semester.
3607.    Studies in Latina/o Literature                     credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;            3705.    Playwriting
(262) (Also offered as PRLS 3233.) Either semester.         open to sophomores and higher.                               (245) (Also offered as DRAM 3141.) Either or both
Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or               Relationships between literature and culture and         semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to jun-
3800 or instructor consent; open to juniors or higher.      humanitarian movements, from the eighteenth century          iors or higher. Open only with consent of instructor.
May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.          to the present.                                              May be repeated for credit with a change in course
Gonzalez                                                    3650.    Maritime Literature
                                                                                                                         content to a maximum of 9 credits. McDermott
   Advanced study of a theme, form, author, or              (237) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:              The analysis of the basic techniques in playwriting,
movement in contemporary Latina/o literature.               ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        and the reading and criticism of the students’ works in
                                                                Classic works of the maritime literary tradition,        progress. Scripts of outstanding merit may be produced
3609.    Women in Literature                                                                                             in the Studio or Mobius Theatres.
(285) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL     including texts by Conrad and Melville and other texts
1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.            contributing significantly to the culture, history and
                                                            aesthetics of the sea.
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3707-3709. Film Writing                                    4897.    Honors VIII: Honors Thesis                          4613W. Advanced Study: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual
(202-203) (ENGL 3707 is also offered as DRAM               (258) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-         and Transgendered Literature
3145.) Both semesters. Three credits each semester.        ment. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open          (290W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher. Open only with    to juniors or higher. Open only with consent of in-          ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
consent of instructor.                                     structor. All Honors students writing an Honors The-         May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.
    Theoretical and practical work in the content and      sis must register for this course in their last semester         Intensive study of particular topics in the literary
form of the fiction scenario.                              after consultation with the director of their thesis and     expression of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered
                                                           the English department advisor to Honors Students,           identity.
3711. Creative Writing for Child and Young
Adult Readers                                              who is the instructor of record.                             4965W. Advanced Studies in Early Literature in
Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: ENGL         4101W. Advanced Study: British Literature                    English
1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher; open      (283W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisites: ENGL
only with consent of instructor. Recommended prepa-        ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        1010 or 1011 or 3800. Open to juniors or higher.
ration: ENGL 1701.                                         May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.               Advanced studies in literature written in English
    Creative writing for an audience of children and           Intensive study of particular topics in the literature   before 1800.
young adults.                                              of the British Isles.
          Honors Course Sequence                           4201W. Advanced Study: American Literature                   Environmental Engineering (ENVE)
The Honors course sequence, ENGL 3800 through              (284W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
ENGL 4897, is recommended for students in the              ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        Program Director: Associate Professor Guiling
Honors Program but is also open to other qualified         May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.               Wang
students. Most courses are weekly seminars on major            Intensive study of particular topics in the literature   Office: Room 313, F.L. Castleman Building
writers and topics relating to intellectual and cultural   of the United States.                                        1320.    The Environmental Debate I
backgrounds of English and American literature.            4203W. Advanced Study: Ethnic Literature                     (110) Second semester. One credit. May be repeated
3800.    Honors I: Approaches to Literature                (287W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         for credit (maximum of 3 credits).
(250) First semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-     ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.            Structured review of environmental issues and
ment. Open only with consent of instructor. May be         May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.           active debate during class time. Presentation of current
used to satisfy the ENGL 1010 or 1011 requirement.            Intensive study of particular topics in British or        environmental issues by environmental professionals
Not open for credit to students who have passed ENGL       American literature written by ethnic writers.               and experts.
1010 or 1011. May not be used to satisfy the English       4301W. Advanced Study: Anglophone Literature                 2251. Probability and Statistics in Civil
major requirements.                                        (288W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         Engineering
    Study of a variety of approaches to literature and     ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        (251) (Also offered as CE 2251.) First semester. Three
of their critical assumptions.                             May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.           credits. Recommended preparation: MATH 1121Q or
3801W. Honors II: American Literature                           Intensive study of particular topics in the English     1131Q. This course and ENVE 2330 or CE 2210 may
(251W) First semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-         literature of one or more regions, such as South Asia,       not both be taken for credit.
rangement. Open only with consent of instructor. Pre-      Africa or the Caribbean.                                         Application of statistical principles to the analysis
requisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to jun-                                                                      of civil engineering problems. Topics include
                                                           4302W. Advanced Study: Literature of Australia,              probability, random variable distributions, hypothesis
iors or higher.                                            Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand
    Early writers and Romantics through Twain and                                                                       testing, and linear regression analysis.
                                                           (289W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
James.                                                     ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        2310. Environmental Engineering
                                                           May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.           Fundamentals
3803W. Honors III: American Literature                                                                                  (263) (Also offered as CE 2310.) First semester. Three
(252W) Second semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-            Intensive study of particular topics in the literature
                                                           of these Commonwealth countries.                             credits. Prerequisites: CHEM 1128Q or 1148Q.
rangement. Open only with consent of instructor. Pre-                                                                        Concepts of aqueous chemistry, biology, and
requisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to jun-         4401W. Advanced Study: Poetry                                physics applied in a quantitative manner to
iors or higher.                                            (280W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         environmental problems and solutions. Mass and
    Realism, naturalism, modern American authors.          ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        energy balances, chemical reaction engineering.
3805W. Honors IV: English Literature                       May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.           Quantitative and fundamental description of water and
(253W) First semester, even years. Three credits. Open        Intensive study of particular topics in poetry.           air pollution problems. Environmental regulations and
only with consent of instructor. Hours by arrangement.     4405W. Advanced Study: Drama                                 policy, pollution prevention, risk assessment. Written
Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to           (279W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         and oral reports.
juniors or higher.                                         ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        2320.    The Environmental Debate II
    Medieval through Jacobean literature.                  May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.           (210) Second semester. One credit. May be repeated
3807W. Honors V: English Literature                             Intensive study of particular topics in dramatic        for credit (maximum of 3 credits).
(254W) First semester, odd years. Three credits. Hours     literature.                                                      Structured review of environmental issues and
by arrangement. Open only with consent of instruc-         4407W. Advanced Study: Prose                                 active debate during class time. Presentation of current
tor. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open         (281W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         environmental issues by environmental professionals
to juniors or higher.                                      ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        and experts.
    Seventeenth and eighteenth century to Romantics.       May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.           2330. Decision Analysis in Civil and
3809W. Honors VI: English Literature                          Intensive study of particular topics in literary prose.   Environmental Engineering
(255W) Second semester, odd years. Three credits.          4600W. Advanced Study: Seminars in Literature                (201) (Also offered as CE 2210.) First semester. Three
Hours by arrangement. Open only with consent of in-        (268W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         credits. Prerequisite: MATH 1122Q or 1132Q. This
structor. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;         ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        course may not be taken for credit if the student has
open to juniors or higher.                                 May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.           taken CE 2251, CE 281, or ENVE 2251.
    Nineteenth century literature.                             Intensive study of various limited topics, such as           Time value of money. Evaluation of alternative
                                                           a particular literary theme, form, or movement, to be        projects. Fundamentals of probability theory and
3811W. Honors VII: English Literature
                                                           announced from semester to semester. Small classes           statistics. Introduction to critical path method for
(256W) Second semester, even years. Three credits.                                                                      project scheduling and optimization using linear
Hours by arrangement. Open only with consent of in-        with an emphasis on writing.
                                                                                                                        mathematical models.
structor. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;         4601W. Advanced Study: Literary Criticism and
open to juniors or higher.                                 Theory
    Twentieth century literature.                          (282W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                           ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
                                                           May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.
                                                                Intensive study of particular topics in literary
                                                           criticism and theory.
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3120.    Fluid Mechanics                                   4210.   Environmental Engineering Chemistry               4920W. Environmental Engineering Design II
(Also offered as CE 3120.) Either semester. Three          (270) (Formerly offered as ENVE 3210.) First semes-       (291W) Both semesters. Two credits. Prerequisite:
credits. Prerequisite: MATH 2110 or MATH 2410Q.            ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: (CHEM 1128 or 1148)     ENVE 4910W. To be taken during the senior year.
Recommended preparation: CE 2120. This course and          and MATH 2410.                                                Students working individually or in groups
ME 3250 may not both be taken for credit.                       Quantitative variables governing chemical            complete the implementations of protocols and
    Statics of fluids, analysis of fluid flow using        behavior in environmental systems. Thermodynamics         techniques covered in ENVE 4910W, final cost of
principles of mass, momentum and energy                    and kinetics of acid/base, coordination, precipitation/   entire project, feasibility, oral presentation and written
conservation from a differential and control volume        dissolution, and redox reactions. Organic chemistry       reports. Instructors will supply initial conditions and
approach. Dimensional analysis. Application to pipe        nomenclature.                                             performance expectations.
flow and open channel flow.                                4220.   Introduction to Water Pollution                   4996.    Thesis
3200.    Environmental Engineering Laboratory              (281) Second semester. Three credits. Recommended         (296) Both semesters. Three credits. Prerequisite: Con-
(262) (Also offered as CE 3300.) Second semester.          preparation: CHEG 3124.                                   sent of instructor.
Three credits. Two class periods and one 3-hour labo-          Water purification and water quality control;             Designed to extend student knowledge in a
ratory period. Prerequisites: CE 2310; and prerequi-       aeration and mass transfer, biological mechanisms and     specialized area of environmental engineering and
site or corequisite CE 3120 or CHEG 3123.                  kinetics; design of biological reactors and sludge        introduction to research.
     Aqueous analytical chemical techniques,               treatment facilities; design and operation of physical    4999.    Independent Study
absorption, coagulation/flocculation, fluidization, gas    purification methods; alternative processes for           (299) Either or both semesters. Credits by arrange-
stripping, biokinetics, interpretation of analytical       industrial wastewater treatment.                          ment, not to exceed six in any semester. Open only
results, bench-scale design projects, written and oral     4310.   Environmental Modeling                            with consent of instructor.
reports.                                                   (279) (Also offered as CE 4310.) Second semester.            Individual study of special topics in law as
3220.    Water Quality Engineering                         Three credits. Prerequisite: CE 2310 and (CHEG 3123       mutually arranged between student and instructor.
(260) (Also offered as CE 3320.) Second semester.          or CE 3120).
Three credits. Prerequisites: CE 2310 and (CE 3120             Systematic approach for analyzing contamination
or CHEG 3123).                                             problems. Systems theory and modeling will be used                   European Studies (ES)
    Physical, chemical, and biological principles for      to assess the predominant processes that control the
the treatment of aqueous phase contaminants; reactor       fate and mobility of pollutants in the environment.       Program Advisor for Center for European Studies:
dynamics and kinetics. Design projects.                    Assessments of lake eutrophication, conventional              Elizabeth Mahan
                                                           pollutants in rivers and estuaries and toxic chemicals    Office: Room 239, J. Ray Ryan Building
3230.    Introduction to Air Pollution
(285) Second semester. Three credits. Recommended          in groundwater.                                           3293.    Foreign Study
preparation: CHEG 2111 or ME 2233.                         4800.   Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory
                                                                                                                     (293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
    Gaseous pollutants and their properties; basic         (266) (Also offered as CE 4800.) Second semester.         arrangement. Consent of Director required, normally
analytical techniques for air pollutants; particulate      Two credits. One class period. One 2-hour laboratory.     to be granted prior to the student’s departure. With a
pollutants and their properties; equipment design for      Prerequisite: CE 3120.                                    change in content, may be repeated for credit.
removal of gaseous and particulate materials;                  Tests of the flow of water in pipes and open          3398.    Variable Topics
economic and environmental impact of air pollutants;       channels. Theory and calibration of flow measurement      (298) Either or both semesters. Credits to a maximum
federal and state regulations.                             devices. Generation of flow measurement devices.          of three.
3250.    Introduction to Biochemical Engineering
                                                           Study of velocity profiles. Generation of pump                Intensive study of specialized topics relating to Eu-
(283) (Also offered as BME 3301 and as CHEG 3173.)         performance curves. Physical hydraulic modeling and       rope not ordinarily covered in the curriculum. With
First semester. Three credits. Recommended prepa-          similtude.                                                change in topic, may be repeated for credit.
ration: CHEG 3151.                                         4810.   Engineering Hydrology                             3995.    Special Topics in European Studies
    Enzyme and fermentation technology;                    (267) (Also offered as CE 4810.) First semester. Three    (295) Either or both semesters. Three credits. With a
microbiology, biochemistry, and cellular concepts;         credits. Prerequisites: CE 3120 or (CHEG 3123 and         change in topic, may be repeated for credit.
biomass production; equipment design, operation, and       3124).                                                        Intensive study of specialized topics related to
specification; design of biological reactors; separation       Hydrologic cycle: precipitation, interception,        Europe, not ordinarily covered in the undergraduate
processes for bio-products.                                depression storage, infiltration, evaportranspiration,    curriculum; normally one-time offerings taught by
3270.    Environmental Microbiology
                                                           overland flow, snow hydrology, groundwater and            distinguished visiting scholars and/or jointly ap-
First semester. Three credits.                             streamflow processes. Stream hydrographs and flood        pointed faculty.
    Content includes general microbiology, cell struc-     routing. Hydrologic modeling and design. Computer         3999.    Independent Study
ture, cell growth kinetics, and genetics. In addition to   applications. Design project.                             (299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
the fundamental microbiological mechanisms, the ap-        4820.   Hydraulic Engineering                             ment. Requires independent study Authorization Form
plication of microbial knowledge in natural environ-       (265) (Also offered as CE 4820.) Second semester.         from European Studies faculty.
ment and engineering systems (including water and          Three credits. Prerequisites: CE 3120 or (CHEG 3123           For thesis preparation or other intensive research
wastewater treatment, soil and solid waste treatment)      and 3124).                                                project relating to Europe. May be repeated for credit.
is also included. Will broaden the students’ views of          Design and analysis of water and wastewater           Sponsored by the Center for European Studies.
microbiological fundamentals and the applications to       transport systems, including pipelines, pumps, pipe
environmental systems.                                     networks, and open channel flow. Introduction to
3530.    Engineering & Environmental Geology
                                                           hydraulic structures and porous media hydraulics.                         Finance (FNCE)
(Also offered as CE 3530 and GSCI 3710.) Second            Computer applications.
                                                                                                                     Head of Department: Professor Chinmoy Ghosh
semester, alternate years. Three credits. Recommended      4910W. Environmental Engineering Design I                 Department Office: Room 464, School of Business
preparation: GSCI 1050 or 1051.                            (290W) Both semesters. Two credits. Prerequisite:
   Application of geological principles to engineering     ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. To be taken during the         For major requirements, see the School of Business
and environmental problems. Topics include site            senior year.                                              section of this Catalog.
investigations, geologic hazards, slope processes,             Students working individually or in groups                Courses in the department are open to juniors and
earthquakes, subsidence, and the engineering               produce solution to environmental engineering design      seniors only with the exception of FNCE 1000. The
properties of geologic materials. Course intended for      projects from data acquisition through preliminary        School of Business requires students at the Storrs
both geoscience and engineering majors.                    design, cost estimating and final specifications, oral    campus to participate in the Mobile Computing
                                                           presentation and written reports.                         Initiative before registering for the courses listed
3995. Special Topics in Environmental                                                                                below. See the School of Business Catalog section
Engineering                                                                                                          for details about how this program operates. Students
(295) Semester, credits, and hours by arrangement as                                                                 not participating in the initiative may be able to register
announced. Prerequisite and or consent: Announced                                                                    for the following classes: FNCE 1000, 3230, 3715.
separately for each course. Course may be repeated
for credit. Classroom or laboratory course on specific
topics as announced.
                                                                                                                                               FINANCE                        151
1000.    Contemporary Issues in Finance                      3332.    Real Estate Investments                             4304.    Financial Risk Management
(198) Semester by arrangement. One credit. May be            (232) First or second semester. Three credits. Prereq-       (204) First and/or second semester. Three credits. Pre-
repeated for credit in different sections in combina-        uisite: FNCE 3101 or FNCE 3230 or BADM 3730;                 requisite: FNCE 3101; open to juniors or higher.
tion with BADM 1801 or MGMT 1801 up to a maxi-               open to juniors or higher.                                       Applications of financial structuring and
mum of three credits. Open to freshmen and sopho-                Risk-return analysis for alternate types of real         engineering with particular attention to uses of
mores, others with consent of instructor. May not be         estate investments. Techniques and applications of           derivatives.
used to satisfy Junior - Senior level major requirements     investment decision-making and value estimation.             4305.    Global Financial Management
in the School of Business.                                   Lease analysis, cash flow, forecasting, appraisal            (205) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
    The world of business has changed. No longer can         techniques, discounted cash flow modeling, portfolio         FNCE 3101; open to juniors or higher.
we refer to the cliché “business as usual.” Today’s busi-    management, and equity securitization including real             Focuses on the detailed study of: (1) exchange rate
ness world is a complex, challenging and exciting            estate investment trusts.                                    determination, (2) operation of the foreign currency
place. Each section of the course will capture some          3333.    Real Estate Finance                                 and global capital markets, and (3) hedging both
aspect of this challenge and excitement. Students will       (233) First or second semester. Three credits. Prereq-       transaction and economic exposure to exchange rate
be exposed to undercurrents that challenge and per-          uisite: FNCE 3101 or FNCE 3230 or BADM 3730;                 changes.
plex today’s managers and executives around the              open to juniors or higher.
world.                                                                                                                    4306.    Financial Services
                                                                 Investment characteristics of mortgages and the          (206) First and/or second semester. Three credits. Pre-
3101.    Financial Management                                structure and operation of mortgage markets -- both          requisite: FNCE 3101; open to juniors or higher.
(201) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          primary and secondary, including the role of                      Study of the role of financial services companies
ACCT 2101, which may be taken concurrently; ECON             securitization. Risk and return characteristics of various   in the money and capital markets, funds acquisitions,
1200 or both 1201 and 1202; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or             mortgage instruments, both residential and                   investment and credit extension.
3800; MATH 1071 or 1122 or 1132; and STAT 1000               commercial, are analyzed from the perspective of both
or 1100; open to juniors or higher. Not open to stu-         the borrower and lender. Tools for measuring and             4319.    Entrepreneurial Finance
dents who have passed or are taking BADM 3730.               managing the risks of portfolios of mortgages and            (219) Semester by arrangement. Three Credits. Pre-
    An introductory examination of how a business            mortgage-backed securities are introduced.                   requisite: FNCE 3101; open to juniors or higher.
plans its needs for funds, raises the necessary funds,                                                                        An overview of the entrepreneurial finance pro-
                                                             3334. GIS Applications and Use of the Internet               cess, both from the perspective of entrepreneurs and
and invests them to attain its goals.                        in Real Estate Markets                                       also of private equity investors. It focuses on integrat-
3221.    Risk Management and Insurance                       (234) First or second semester. Three credits. Prereq-       ing basic knowledge of finance principles with the
(221) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          uisite: Open to juniors or higher.                           complexities of new ventures.
FNCE 3101 or BADM 3730 or MATH 2620 or MATH                      How does a business decide where to relocate?
3630; open to juniors or higher.                             Specialized Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are         4324.    Health Insurance
    A study of the concept of risk and its treatment by      now used to make retail, office, and industrial location     (223) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
insurance. It covers why the individual or corporation       decisions. The Internet opens new sources of timely          FNCE 3221; open to juniors or higher.
purchases insurance, what constitutes an intelligent         information. This gives decision-makers                           Provides a detailed overview of health insurance
insurance plan and what products are available in the        unprecedented power to manage data and analyze risks.        from the perspective of insurance company owners,
insurance marketplace.                                       Students gain hands-on experience with GIS and               employers, and individual consumers of health
                                                             Internet through projects organized around real estate       insurance services. Emphasis is given to individual
3230.    Real Estate Principles                                                                                           and group health insurance product management and
(230) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          problems.
                                                                                                                          to the relationship between product characteristics and
Open to juniors or higher.                                   3451.    Economics for Global Business Decisions             insurance company investments, financing, and
    Overview of the personal, social and business            (217) First and/or second semester. Three credits. Pre-      marketing decisions. Managed care techniques, benefit
aspects of real estate. Emphasis on home purchase            requisite: FNCE 3101 (may be taken concurrently);            package design and cost sharing mechanisms are
decisions, location analysis, market characteristics and     open to juniors or higher.                                   assessed in the context of resolving incentive conflicts
investment decision-making.                                      Impact of globalization of the world economy on          and meeting cost-containment objectives. Evaluation
3302.    Investments and Security Analysis
                                                             business and financial decisions. Trade, balance of          of insurance company financial strength and the
(202) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          payments, tariff policies, international economic            impact of regulation on company management and
FNCE 3101; open to juniors or higher. Not open for           institutions, exchange rates, capital flows.                 behavior are considered in detail.
credit to students who have passed or are taking FNCE        3715.    Personal Finance                                    4325.    Life Insurance and Retirement Security
3303.                                                        (210) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          (225) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
     A study of the nature of securities, the mechanics      Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:          FNCE 3221; open to juniors or higher.
and costs of trading, and the ways in which the securi-      Completion of a college level math course is strongly            Focuses on the basic principles underlying life
ties markets operate. Risk-return analysis will be ap-       recommended.                                                 insurance, pensions, and other methods of insuring
plied in making decisions to buy or sell stocks, bonds           Designed to provide students with practical              for financial security. Emphasis is given to the
and options. The semester-long project requires the          financial management skills that will enable them to         following general topics – the need for life insurance
student to follow and analyze the performance of in-         identify their personal financial goals, and to plan and     and annuities, individual retirement planning,
dividual stocks and a portfolio of investments includ-       make financial decisions that will help them reach those     employer provided group insurance and pensions,
ing stocks, bond, options, and futures. Written analy-       goals. Topics include budgeting, investing, effective        types of life insurance and annuity contracts, deferred
sis is required.                                             use of cash and credit, taxes, insurance, housing and        compensation plans, the mathematics of life insurance,
3303.    Principles of Investments and Derivatives
                                                             automobile purchases, and retirement planning.               company operations, regulation, settlement options
Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: FNCE           4209.    Applications in Financial Management                and life insurance programming.
3101; open to juniors or higher. Not open for students       (203) First and/or second semester. Three credits. Pre-      4326. Risk Management: Property and Liability
who have passed or are taking FNCE 3302. Offered             requisite: FNCE 3101; open to juniors or higher. Rec-        Exposures
only at the Hartford, Waterbury, and Stamford Re-            ommended preparation: OPIM 3103.                             (228) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
gional Campus locations for students admitted to busi-           An intermediate level course using cases i.e.,           FNCE 3221; open to juniors or higher.
ness major programs offered only at those locations.         problems faced by actual firms, to teach students how            Critically examines the risk management process
Cannot be used toward fulfilling the Finance major           to apply financial management concepts and                   introduced in FNCE 3221. Emphasis is on
requirements.                                                techniques to real-world situations.                         identification and treatment of pure loss exposures
    Application of the general principles of investing                                                                    faced by commercial and institutional entities.
to a wide range of assets including bonds, stocks, and                                                                    Available risk management treatment techniques are
derivatives. Various models are used to price funda-                                                                      identified and discussed. Analysis of applicable
mental assets such as bonds and stocks as well as de-                                                                     commercial property and liability insurance coverages
rivative securities such as options and futures contracts.                                                                are stressed.
Written analysis is required.
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4891.    Field Study Internship                                                                                            to modern times. Tales of magic and witchcraft, as
(289) Summer session. One to three credits. Hours                           French (FREN)                                  presented by texts and films. The evolution of
by arrangement. Prerequisite: Students enrolled in                                                                         exemplary figures like Merlin or Nostradamus. Taught
the Real Estate Intern program must have earned a          Head of Department: Associate Professor Norma                   in English. CA 1. CA 4-INT.
“C” or better in FNCE 3230. For all others, comple-            Bouchard
                                                           Department Office: Room 228, J.H. Arjona Building               1193.    Foreign Study
tion of FNCE 3101 and at least one other finance
course related to the internship area, with a grade of                                                                     (193) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
                                                           Consult the Modern and Classical Languages                      arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of
“C” or better in each course; open to juniors or higher;   Department listing in this Catalog for requirements
consent of instructor and Department Head required                                                                         Department Head required, normally before the
                                                           for Majors in French.                                           student’s departure.
prior to beginning the internship. Students taking this        Consult the Departmental Handbook for courses
course will be assigned a final grade of S (satisfac-                                                                          Special topics taken in a foreign study program.
                                                           offered and further description of these courses.
tory) or U (unsatisfactory).                                                                                               3210.    French Art and Civilization
                                                           1161-1162. Elementary French I and II                           (210) First semester. Three credits. Recommended
     Designed to provide students with an opportunity
for supervised field work in relevant major areas within   (161-162) Both semesters. Four credits each semes-              preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of high
the Department. Students will work with one or more        ter. Four class periods and a one-hour laboratory pe-           school French or instructor consent.
professionals in their major academic area. Student        riod. The fourth class period is devoted to culture and              Studies of the arts in the cultural context of French
performance will be evaluated on the basis of an           society and reinforces through these areas the linguis-         and Francophone civilization, from the Middle Ages
appraisal by the field supervisor and a detailed written   tic skills taught in the preceding classes. Not open for        to the late nineteenth century. Considerations of social
report submitted by the student.                           credit to students who have had three or more years of          systems, passions, sexuality, relations of power in their
                                                           high school French. Students who wish to continue in            manifestations in architecture, painting and sculpture.
4893.    Foreign Study                                     French but feel ill prepared should contact the head of         Some lectures by and discussions with experts from
(293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by       the Modern and Classical Languages Department.
arrangement, up to a maximum of six credits. Prereq-                                                                       Anthropology, Music, Political Science, History, and
                                                                Elementary French grammar. Emphasis is on the              Art History. CA 1.
uisite: Open to juniors or higher; consent of Depart-      skills of speaking, oral and written comprehension,
ment Head required prior to the student’s departure.       reading of simple texts and writing.                            3211.    Contemporary France
    Special topics taken in a foreign study program.                                                                       (211) Second semester. Three credits. Recommended
                                                           1163-1164. Intermediate French I and II                         preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of high
4895.    Special Topics                                    (163-164) Both semesters. Four credits each semester. Four      school French or instructor consent.
(298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-       class periods and a one-hour laboratory period. The fourth          An historical and cultural overview of France in
ment. Prerequisite: Announced separately for each          class period is devoted to culture and society. Prerequisite:   the 20th and 21st centuries: from D-Day to the
offering; open to juniors or higher. With a change in      FREN 1162 or 173 or two years of high school French.            European Union, from Communism to the Green
content, may be repeated for credit.                           Continuation of 1161-1162. Review and extension             Party, from ballad crooners to rap, from love stories
    Classroom course in special topics in finance,         of French grammar. Graded composition. Intensive                to action films; the changing French nation through
insurance or real estate as announced in advance for       and extensive reading. Intensive oral practice.                 authentic documents, literary texts, and films. CA 1.
each semester.                                                                                                             CA 4-INT.
                                                           1169.    Studies in the French-Speaking World
4899.    Independent Study                                 (169) Either semester. Three credits. Conducted in              3215.    Practical Translation
(299) Either or both semesters. Credits by arrange-        English.                                                        (215) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
ment, not to exceed six in any semester. Prerequisite:         Recent trends in French life. Selected materials to         preparation: FREN 3267 or 3268 or instructor con-
Open to juniors or higher; open only with consent of       acquaint students with the French contribution to the           sent.
instructor and Department Head.                            changing face of modernity. Weekly topics include:                  Acquaints students with the practical aspect of
    Individual study of special topics in finance,         popular culture, women in France, cultural myths, the           translating by working on a variety of articles on
insurance or real estate as mutually arranged between      Francophone world, regionalism, decolonization and              politics, science, business, and the arts.
a student and an instructor.                               racism, etc. CA 1. CA 4-INT.
                                                                                                                           3216.    Advanced Translation
4997.    Senior Thesis in Finance                          1171.    French Cinema                                          (216) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(296) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-    (171) Either semester. Three credits. One 3-hour class          FREN 3215 or instructor consent. Gordon, Melehy
ment. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher; open        period. Readings, viewings and lectures in English.                  Translation of texts from the press, contemporary
only to Finance Department Honors Students with con-       May not be used to meet the foreign language require-           literature, film, and media. This level of translation
sent of instructor and Department Head.                    ment.                                                           requires the completion of an individual project.
                                                               Weekly screenings of French films from the first
                                                           comedies and surrealism to the New Wave and the                 3217.    Business French
               Fine Arts (FINA)                            young filmmakers of the 1990’s. Introduction to film            (217) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
                                                           history, analysis, and interpretation of films. CA 1.           preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of high
References should be made to the offerings of art,                                                                         school French or instructor consent.
dramatic arts and music. The courses listed below are      CA 4-INT.
                                                                                                                                French and international business, from day-to-
of common interest to students in various disciplines.     1174 through 1175.        Intensive French III-IV               day entrepreneurial operations to the new European
                                                           (174 through 175) Both semesters. Eight credits each            economy and globalization. Preparation for the
1100.    Afrocentric Perspectives in the Arts
(183) (Also offered as AFAM 1100.) Either or both          semester. Two hours a day, four days a week, plus a 2-          Diplôme de Français des Affaires given by the Paris
semesters. Three credits. Molette                          hour laboratory practice. Open only with consent of             Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Recommended
    Lectures and discussions about assigned readings       instructor.                                                     for those interested in working in international business
focus on historical and aesthetic perspectives of              Intensive coverage; French 1174-1175 (spring)               and institutions.
African American Arts and their African sources, with      covers the same material as 1163-1164.
                                                                                                                           3218.    Francophone Studies
emphasis on how social and aesthetic context impacts       1176. Literatures and Cultures of the                           (218) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
on creative expression by African American artists.        Postcolonial Francophone World
                                                                                                                           preparation: FREN 3210 or 3211 or 3261 or 3262 or
Presentations by guest lecturers and University of         (184) Three credits. Either semester. Taught in English.        instructor consent.
Connecticut faculty plus small group discussions.               Evolution of literatures and cultures formerly un-             The literatures, societies, and cultures of French-
CA 1. CA 4.                                                der French colonial rule. Language, identity, religion,         speaking countries in North Africa, West Africa, the
                                                           art and politics as they shape these societies’ passage         Caribbean, the Pacific and of Francophone
3000.    The Arts and Their Interrelations                 to cultural autonomy. CA 1. CA 4-INT.
(200) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-                                                                    communities of Europe and North America. CA 1.
ment. Open only to juniors and seniors with consent        1177. Magicians, Witches, Wizards: Parallel                     CA 4-INT.
of instructor.                                             Beliefs and Popular Culture in France
    Comparative study of the visual arts, music and        (196) Either semester. Three credits.
theatre in selected periods.                                   The search for traces of a counter culture which
                                                           grew out of pagan beliefs and remained latent despite
                                                           the domination of Christianity from the Middle Ages
                                                                                                                                              FRENCH                     153
3220.    Theater Studies                                   3232.    French Classical Culture and Society              3262W. From the Romantics to the Moderns:
(220) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          (232) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          Introduction to Literature
preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262 or instructor con-          preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262 or instructor con-          (262W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
sent.                                                      sent.                                                      ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
    A study of French dramatic texts and genres                 Exploration of cultural and social change through     Recommended preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or
(tragedy, comedy, etc.). Popular theatre. The theory       literature and art. Women and Salons, theories and         three years of high school French or instructor con-
and practice of performance in contemporary France.        discourses on love and passions, the Cartesian             sent.
The semiotics of stage production. Use of audio-           revolution, the Libertins, classical science-fiction and       Study of poetry, theater and prose fiction that
visual material.                                           utopias, classical comedy and tragedy, political           marks the evolution from the psychology of the
3221.    Forms and Topics in French Fiction                absolutism, Versailles and the Sun King, classical         romantic hero and heroine to Existentialist philosophy
(221) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          colonialism and nationalism, the Ancients, and the         and the New Novel, and contemporary fiction and
preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262 or instructor con-          Moderns.                                                   poetry. CA 1.
sent.                                                      3234. Romanticism, Realism, Fin de Siècle:                 3267.    Grammar and Culture
     A study of literary forms in prose in their social    19th-Century Literature                                    (267) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
and cultural contexts. Forms include: classic              (234) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of high
psychological novel, classic and contemporary              preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262 or instructor con-          school French or instructor consent.
science-fiction, the realist novel, the fantastic short    sent.                                                          The study of French and Francophone culture
story, the new novel, detective fiction, electronic            The literary and artistic innovations that made        through fiction, non-fiction, journalism and film.
fiction.                                                   France the center of 19th-century culture. The             Emphasis on perfecting both oral and written
3222.    Poetry                                            Fantastic, Realism, Naturalism, and Decadence.             expression through discussion, presentations, and
(222) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          CA 1.                                                      composition on assigned topics. CA 1.
preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of           3235.    French Modernity                                  3267W. Grammar and Culture
high school French or instructor consent.                  (235) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          (267W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
   Examples of poetry of different epochs ranging          preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262 or instructor con-          Recommended preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or
from the epic to the lyric to the limerick.                sent.                                                      three years of high school French or instructor con-
3223.    French Film and Theory                                A portrait of France in the 20th Century through       sent. CA 1.
(223) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          contemporary French literature: exoticism, sexuality,      3268.    Grammar and Composition
preparation: FREN 3210 or 3211 or 3261 or 3262 or          war, colonialism, feminism, end of the century, related    (268) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
instructor consent.                                        films and works of art. CA 1.                              preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of high
    French and Francophone film and its aesthetic          3250.    Global Culture in French I                        school French or instructor consent.
and social function. Evolution of film language and        (250) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended              Advanced study of French texts and extensive
the relation of film to literature and to other cultural   preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of high      written practice in a variety of forms ranging from
expressions. May be offered in English or in French.       school French or instructor consent.                       compositions, essays, summaries and film reviews.
3224. Issues in Cultural Studies, the Media,                   Intense study of oral French. Learning of oral         CA 1.
and the Social Sciences                                    techniques of communication in conjunction with            3268W. Grammar and Composition
(224) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          weekly topics of conversation associated with various      (268W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
preparation: FREN 3211 or instructor consent. May          francophone cultures. Rigorous and active oral practice    Recommended preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or
be repeated twice for credit.                              through dialogues, interviews, roundtables, and oral       three years of high school French or instructor con-
    The economics of the media industry, mass              reports.                                                   sent. CA 1.
audiences and new technologies, the marketing of           3251.    Global Culture in French II
culture, French nationalism and the global market,                                                                    3269.    Advanced French Grammar
                                                           (251) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          (269) Either semester. Three credits. Three hours per
electronic democracy, the politics of food and             preparation: Four years of high school French or
addictions, ethics and new forms of human                                                                             week. Recommended preparation: French 3268 or
                                                           French 3250 or instructor consent.                         equivalent.
reproduction. CA 1. CA 4-INT.                                  Extensive practice in oral French based mainly on          Intensive course in French grammar through a
3226.    French and Francophone Cinema                     authentic cultural materials. Emphasis on perfecting       variety of fictional and non-fictional texts.
(226) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        language skills for self expression and communication,
FREN 3210 or 3211 or 3261 or 3262, or instructor           on developing new vocabulary, and on recognizing           3270W. French Literature and Civilization in
                                                           and working with linguistic differences associated with    English
consent.
   Moments and themes in the history of French and         various francophone cultures.                              (270W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
Francophone cinema, studied chronologically.                                                                          ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
                                                           3257.    French Phonetics                                      Representative works of French literature, on a
3230.    The Middle Ages: Myths and Legends                (257) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          particular theme. How literary forms articulate the
(230) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or three years of high      ideas and values of different periods. CA 1.
preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262 or instructor con-          school French or instructor consent.
                                                               A comprehensive study of the French phonetic           3272.    French Literary Theory
sent.
    Founding myths and legends of Occidental               system. Practice pronouncing French as the French          (272) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
culture, including a socio-cultural approach. Strong       do in a wide array of contexts.                            preparation: FREN 3268 or instructor consent.
audio-visual component. CA 1.                                                                                             Introduction to French literary theory, as informed
                                                           3261W. From the Holy Grail to the Revolution:              by linguistics, semiotics, historical materialism,
3231.    Renaissance and Reformation                       Introduction to Literature                                 psychoanalysis, philosophy, feminist studies,
(231) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended          (261W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       postmodernism and postcolonialism. Critical practice
preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262 or instructor con-          ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.      applied to French and Francophone literatures, popular
sent.                                                      Recommended preparation: FREN 1164 or 1175 or              culture, advertising, the media, electronic writing.
    Literary works from the sixteenth century in their     three years of high school French or instructor con-
                                                           sent.                                                      3273.    Quebec Studies
cultural context: the secularization of daily life,
passions, religious violence, the changing roles of            Texts from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century,        (281) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
women and reconceptualizations of sexuality,               including the Arthurian legend, Renaissance poetry,        preparation: FREN 3210 or 3211 or 3261 or 3262 or
representations of the body, the relationship to Greco-    Classical theater, and the philosophy of the               instructor consent.
Roman Antiquity; the relationship to the “Other,” the      Enlightenment in the cultural context in which they            Study of French-Canadian society and its literary
“New World.”                                               were produced. CA 1.                                       and artistic production. Special attention will be given
                                                                                                                      to current issues.
154     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
3274.   French Cultural Studies                           3201.    BGS External Study                                 ment actions should be mastered by students prior to
(283) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended         (201) Either semester. No credit. Open only with con-       taking this course. Focuses on current trends and de-
preparation: FREN 3261 or 3262.                           sent of BGS advisor.                                        velopments including advances in technology and is-
    French and Francophone cultures and societies.            A course without academic credit for which a BGS        sues relating to the response to terrorism.
Themes and topics include: sexuality and politics,        student must register when taking approved credit
                                                                                                                      3235.   Bias and Law Enforcement
education and violence, France and the USA, France        courses at another college or university for transfer
and Africa, French multiculturism, French music           back into the BGS program at the University of              (235) Second semester. Three credits.
(including rap), cities and “banlieues,” social and       Connecticut.                                                    Exploration of issues surrounding claims of bias
cultural effects of globalization.                                                                                    by law enforcement.
                                                          3203.    Systemic Analysis
                                                          (203) Second semester. Three credits.                       3236. Juvenile Justice Issues for Law
3280. Fiction and Non-fiction by French and
                                                                                                                      Enforcement Officers
Francophone Women                                              Provides students with a foundational
Both semesters. Three credits. Recommended prepa-                                                                     (236) First semester. Three credits.
                                                          understanding of the complex and dynamic                        Explanation of public safety and criminal justice
ration: FREN 3261W or 3262W or consent of instruc-        relationships between issues and the systems that cause
tor. With a change in content, this course may be re-                                                                 behind the scenes of the Connecticut juvenile justice
                                                          them. Systemic analysis trains students to understand       system.
peated for credit.                                        in the operational dynamics of the social and structural
                                                          dimensions of a society or group.                           3237. Introduction to U.S. Detention and
3293.   Foreign Study
                                                                                                                      Corrections
(293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by      3205.    Contemporary Issues in Policing                    (214) Second semester. Three credits.
arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of       (205) Summer. Three credits.                                    Affords a general overview of detention and cor-
Department Head required, normally to be granted              Provides an interactive approach to contemporary        rections in America, including differentiating the pur-
prior to the student’s departure. May count toward the    public safety issues. Students will be presented with       pose and operation of jails versus prisons and the use
major with consent of the advisor.                        benchmarks of historical issues and problem solving         of non-custodial corrections alternatives such as com-
    Special topics taken in a foreign study program.      approaches when applicable. Constructed to use the          munity service, probation and parole. Specific issues
3295.   Special Topics                                    input of each student, which will in part determine the     of consequence in today’s domestic correctional en-
(298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-      issues discussed and analyzed.                              vironment will be explored.
ment. With a change in content, may be repeated for       3206.    Leadership in Ethics and Public Safety             4278.   Integrating General Studies
credit. Prerequisites and recommended preparation         (206) Summer. Three credits.                                (295) Both semesters. Three credits.
vary.                                                          Explores the core principles of effective leader-          Integrates the fields of general and interdiscipli-
3298.   Variable Topics                                   ship and the significance of ethical behavior in public     nary studies. Traces emergence of interdisciplinary
(295) Either semester. Three credits. With a change       safety. The characteristics of a quality leader and an      studies and compares different academic disciplines.
in topic, may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites and   effective agency will be discussed with a focus on          Future of interdisciplinary studies is assessed.
recommended preparation vary.                             developing effective leaders and followers, as well as,
                                                          how leaders can improve the efficiency and produc-          4278W. Integrating General Studies
3299.   Independent Study                                 tivity of a public safety agency.                           (295W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
(299) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by                                                                  4279.   BGS Summary Project
arrangement. Open only with consent of instructor.        3207. Employment Issues for Public Safety
                                                          Managers                                                    (297) Either semester. Three credits. Open only with
With a change in content, may be repeated for credit.                                                                 consent of BGS mentor/advisor.
                                                          (207) First semester. Three credits.
Study Abroad Program in France. The University                Explores the issues in the personal management              A project demonstrating the student’s educational
sponsors an academic program at the University of         of a law enforcement or public safety agency.               accomplishments and ability to synthesize the
Paris in France. A program description can be found       Addresses common constitutional and statutory issues        disciplines studied into a coherent whole.
in this Catalog within the Modern and Classical           that arise in the hiring, assignment, and disciplinary
Languages Departmental listing, College of Liberal        processes.
Arts and Sciences.                                                                                                                Geography (GEOG)
                                                          3208.    Confessions, Interrogations, and Torture
                                                          (208) First semester. Three credits.                        Head of Department: Professor Jeffrey P. Osleeb
            General Studies (GS)                              Explores the issues involved when law                   Department Office: Room 422, College of Liberal Arts
                                                          enforcement personnel seek admissions or confessions            and Sciences Building
Director: Susan Nesbitt                                   from criminal suspects and defendants. Students will        For major requirements, see the College of Liberal Arts
Office: Room 105, Bishop Center                           be asked to contemplate, discuss and critique (a)           and Sciences section of this Catalog.
For major requirements, see the Center for Continuing     interview and interrogation techniques, (b) legal
                                                          restrictions on interrogations, and (c) technology          1000.   Introduction to Geography
Studies section of this Catalog.                                                                                      (104) Either semester. Three credits.
                                                          related to the detection of truth and deception.
3081.   BGS Internship                                                                                                   Principles, concepts and methods of modern
(296) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-      3233. Criminal Justice/Public Safety Liability              geography are developed both in general form and
                                                          Issues
ment. Open only with consent of instructor and BGS                                                                    specific case studies. Examples pertaining to both the
                                                          (233) Second semester. Three credits.
mentor/advisor. With a change in content, may be re-                                                                  human and physical environment will be discussed.
                                                              Provides students with basic understanding of
peated for credit.                                                                                                    CA 2.
                                                          Criminal Justice/Public Safety Liability Issues. Con-
3088.   Variable Topics                                   centrates on federal claims and specific state torts pe-    1070.   Global Change and Natural Disasters
(298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-      culiar to law enforcement. Students will explore ap-        (Also offered as GSCI 1070.) Second semester. Three
ment. With a change in content, may be repeated for       plicable constitutional provisions, statutes, and case      credits.
credit.                                                   law creating the basis for liability claims and defenses.       Climate change, global warming, natural hazards,
                                                          The focus will be on current liability issues including     earth surface processes, and the impact these have on
3099.   Independent Study
(299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-      but not limited to: use of force, false arrest, illegal     populations now and in the past. CA 3.
ment. Open only with consent of instructor and BGS        searches, stop and frisk, profiling, pursuit and emer-      1093.   Foreign Study
mentor/advisor. With a change in content, may be re-      gency operation of vehicles, failure to protect and su-     (193) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
peated for credit.                                        pervisory issues.                                           arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of
                                                          3234. Evolving Law of Arrest, Search and                    Department Head or advisor may be required prior to
3200.   BGS Continuous Registration
(200) Either semester. No credit.                         Seizure                                                     the student’s departure.
                                                          (234) Second semester. Three credits.                           Special topics taken in a foreign study program.
    A course without academic credit for which BGS
                                                               Focuses on the evolution, particularly within the
students must register when not taking credit courses
                                                          last five years, of the law relating to Fourth Amend-
at any college or university for use in the BGS program
                                                          ment issues. A basic understanding of the fundamen-
during a particular semester.
                                                          tal concepts of reasonable expectation of privacy, rea-
                                                          sonable suspicion, probable cause and law enforce-
                                                                                                                                             GEOGRAPHY                    155
1100.    Globalization                                     (political economy) perspectives, and emphasizes re-        policy related to environmental issues. A fee of $10 is
(165) Either semester. Three credits.                      lationships between advanced and developing econo-          charged for this course.
    Linkages between spatial processes and social,         mies within the context of the global economy.              3400.    Climate and Weather
cultural, economic, political and environmental
change around the world today. Focus on theory             3110.    Location Analysis                                  (215) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended
and impacts of globalization through case studies          (231) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         preparation: GEOG 1300 or 2300.
at the local, regional, national and international         Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:             Analysis of atmospheric processes giving rise to
scales. CA 2. CA 4-INT.                                    GEOG 2100.                                                  weather systems and climate patterns. The dynamic
                                                               The study of issues and approaches in location          integration of atmospheric systems is emphasized.
1200.    The City in the Western Tradition                 analysis. Topics include location, theory and models,
(130). (Also offered as URBN 1200.) Either semes-                                                                      3410. Human Modifications of Natural
                                                           impacts of locational choice, systems analysis,             Environments
ter. Three credits.                                        evaluation of service areas, land use allocation,           (236) Either semester. Three credits.
     A broad discussion of the role and structure of the   accessibility and locational conflict. Implications for         A geographical and historical interpretation of the
city in the western tradition from the Classical period    planning and public policy are stressed.                    changing relationships between culture and
to contemporary America. Special emphasis will be                                                                      environment. Emphasis on the modification of the
                                                           3120.    Introduction to Human Geography
placed on the mechanisms by which cities and ideas                                                                     biophysical environment by preagricultural,
about them have been diffused from one place to            (204) First semester. Three credits.
                                                              Geographic perspectives on the relationships             agricultural and urban societies in Europe, southwest
another and on the changing forces that have shaped                                                                    Asia, and North America.
the western city. CA 1.                                    between human behavior/activities, and the physical,
                                                           economic, and cultural environments.                        3500Q. Geographic Data Analysis
1300.    Climate, Weather, and the Environment                                                                         (242Q) Second semester. Four credits. Three class pe-
(105) Either semester. Three credits.                      3200.    Urban Geography
                                                           (233) (Also offered as URBN 3200.) First semester.          riods and one 2-hour laboratory. Prerequisite: Open
   Interactions between weather and climate and the                                                                    to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation: 1000-
human and natural environment. Emphasis on                 Three credits.
                                                               Analysis of the growth, distribution, and functional    level STAT; MATH 1010 or equivalent.
understanding the linkages between natural processes                                                                        An introduction to the use of quantitative methods
and societal/environmental issues.                         patterns within and among Western cities. Application
                                                           of urban geographical concepts to city planning             in conducting research, with particular emphasis on
1302.    GIS Modeling of Environmental Change              problems.                                                   the processing and analysis of geographic data.
First semester. Four credits. Three class periods and                                                                  3505. Remote Sensing of Marine Geography
                                                           3300. Principles and Applications of Physical
one 3-hour laboratory period.                              Geography                                                   (Also offered as MARN 3505.) First semester. Three
     An introduction to environmental processes and        (232) First semester. Four credits. Prerequisite: Open      credits. Recommended preparation: GEOG 2300 or
patterns, especially assessing change in environmen-       to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:              MARN 1002.
tal systems using spatial analysis techniques. Students    GEOG 2300 or 3400.                                              Introduction to remote sensing applications in
will map field sites using Global Positioning System           Laboratory and field study of the physical              oceans and seas. Applications include image analysis
technology and aerial photographs, collect field data      environment. Techniques, methodologies, and basic           of sea surface temperature, winds, altimetry, sea ice,
on various environmental systems, and build and test       concepts of physical geography.                             chlorophyll, primary productivity, and bathymetry.
a Geographical Information System-based environ-
mental model. CA 3-LAB.                                    3310.    Fluvial Geomorphology                              3510.    Cartographic Techniques
                                                           (230) First semester, alternate years. Three credits. One   (240C) Second semester. Four credits. One 2-hour lec-
1700.    World Regional Geography                          required weekend field trip. Prerequisite: GEOG 2300        ture and two 2-hour laboratory periods.
(160) Either semester. Three credits.                      or BIOL 1108 or instructor consent; open to juniors or          A laboratory-oriented introduction to computer-
    Study of geographic relationships among natural        higher.                                                     based map design and compilation. Concepts of scale,
and cultural environments that help to distinguish one         Physical forms and processes associated with rivers.    symbolization, map balance, and layout are
part of the world from another. Analysis of selected       Factors controlling open-channel flow, sediment             emphasized for both general and thematic mapping.
countries as well as larger regions, with specific         transport, channel morphology, adjustments of rivers
reference to the non-western world. CA 2. CA 4-INT.                                                                    3520. Introduction to Computer Assisted
                                                           to environmental change, and human impacts. River           Cartography
2100.    Economic Geography                                management and restoration strategies. A fee of $20 is      (245C) Second semester. Four credits. Three class pe-
(200) Either semester. Three credits.                      charged for this course.                                    riods and one 2-hour Laboratory. Prerequisite: Open
    Examination of the relationship among economic,        3320W. Environmental Evaluation and                         to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:
cultural, and geographic processes which affect the        Assessment                                                  GEOG 3500Q or equivalent.
patterns, structure, and growth or decline of economic     (286W) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:            Introduction to numerical cartography and a
activities. The global extent of the agricultural,         ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.       review of standard computer-assisted mapping
manufacturing, and service sectors is presented with       Recommended preparation: GEOG 2300 or 3410.                 programs. Emphasis is given to data compilation for
particular emphasis on the interdependency of non-             Concepts and methods of environmental analysis          machine presentation of cartographic information.
western and western economies. CA 2.                       in contemporary geography. Emphasis on the ecological       Exercises will introduce students to a variety of input
2300.    Introduction to Physical Geography                impact of human activities and on the evaluation and        and output display media.
(205) Either semester. Three credits.                      assessment of existing and future environments.             3700.    The American Landscape
    The physical elements and processes of the             3330W. Environmental Restoration                            (252) Either semester. Three credits.
lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere are                (287W) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:             Survey and analysis of contemporary U.S. and Ca-
considered in relation to one another and to the           GEOG 2300 or BIOL 1108 or instructor consent;               nadian landscapes, including consideration of the en-
distribution of the world’s environments. Emphasis on      ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.       vironmental, social, political, and economic forces that
the basic concepts and theories of physical geography.         Restoration of natural environments including           generate them.
CA 3.                                                      rivers, wetlands, coastal areas, grasslands and forests.    4090.    Internship in Geography: Field Study
2510.    Visualizing Geographic Data                       Theoretical discussions of restoration ecology,             (295) Either semester. Credits, not to exceed three,
(241) Second semester. Three credits.                      management and engineering concerns. History of             by arrangement. Hours by arrangement with host-
    Survey of methods for representing geographic          environmental restoration; relevant policy debates;         ing agency, not to exceed 16 hours per week. Pre-
data in tables, graphs, and maps emphasizing proper        specific case studies of river, wetland, coastal,           requisite: Consent of instructor; open to juniors or
application, integration, and interpretation of methods    grassland, and forest restoration.                          higher. Corequisite: GEOG 4091. May not be re-
in data visualization.                                     3340.    Environmental Planning and Management              peated for credit. Students taking this course will be
3100.    The Geography of Economic Development             (237) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         assigned a final grade of S (satisfactory) or U (unsat-
(234) Second semester. Three credits. Recommended          Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:         isfactory).
preparation: GEOG 1100 or 1700 or 2100.                    GEOG 3410.                                                      A fieldwork internship program under the direction
    Analysis of processes and patterns of economic             The basic elements of the conflict between human        and supervision of the geography staff. Students will
organization and spatial change at the international,      environments and natural systems are considered,            be placed in agencies or industries where their
national and intra-national scales. Examines develop-      along with the methods of analysis and resolution of        academic training will be applied. One 8-hour work
ment from both linear (neo-classical) and structuralist    problems caused by that conflict. Emphasis on public
156     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
day per week (or its equivalent) for the host agency     4210.   Urban and Regional Planning                       on the economic, political, and social forces both
during the course of the semester will be necessary      (274) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       maintaining national identities and shaping a united
for 3 academic credits.                                  Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:       Europe.
4091.   Internship in Geography: Seminar
                                                         GEOG 2100 or instructor consent.
                                                                                                                   4710.    Geography of Latin America
(294) Either semester. Credits, not to exceed three,         Urban and regional planning, with emphasis on
                                                         (1) duties of local planners, especially land use         (255) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
by arrangement. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor;                                                               Open to juniors or higher.
open to juniors or higher. Corequisite: GEOG 4090.       planning, and (2) the political context for planners’
                                                         work. Legal and political issues in communities and           An integrative study of the physical, historical,
    Description, analysis, and evaluation of the                                                                   social, political and economic geography of Latin
fieldwork portion (GEOG 4090) of the internship.         organizations.
                                                                                                                   America. Particular emphasis on patterns, processes
Written reports are required.                            4220.   Population Geography                              and problems of spatial economic change in the region.
4093.   Foreign Study
                                                         (238) (Formerly offered as GEOG 3210.) Either se-
(293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by     mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors
arrangement, up to a maximum of six credits. Pre-        or higher. Recommended preparation: GEOG 1000 or                        Geoscience (GSCI)
requisite: Open to juniors or higher. Consent of De-     2100.
                                                             Composition and growth of human populations.          Director: Professor Pieter Visscher
partment Head required prior to the student’s depar-                                                               Center for Integrative Geosciences
ture.                                                    Concepts and techniques for analyzing populations in
    Special topics taken in a foreign study program.     the context of significant population issues in the       For major requirements, see the College of Liberal Arts
                                                         United States.                                            and Sciences section of this Catalog.
4095.   Special Topics
(298) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by     4300.   Advanced Physical Geography                       1010.    Age of the Dinosaurs
arrangement. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher;    (285) First semester, alternate years, odd. Three cred-   (111) (Formerly offered as GEOL 1010.) First semes-
open only with consent of instructor. May be repeated    its. Prerequisite: GEOG 2300 or instructor consent;       ter. Three credits.
for credit.                                              open to juniors or higher.                                     A reconstruction of the Mesozoic world of the
                                                              Problems involving the application of physical       dinosaurs as interpreted from geological and
4096.   Senior Thesis                                    processes in our changing environment.                    paleontological evidence. Includes fundamental
(296) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-                                                                 concepts of stratigraphy, historical geology,
                                                         4500. Introduction to Geographic Information
rangement. Prerequisite: One advanced seminar in         Systems                                                   paleoclimatology, and paleontology. CA 3.
geography and/or 3 credits of independent study in       (246C) First semester. Four credits. One 2-hour lec-
geography; open to juniors or higher; open only with                                                               1050. Earth and Life through Time with
                                                         ture and two 2-hour laboratory periods. Prerequisite:     Laboratory
consent of instructor and department head.               Open to juniors or higher. Recommended prepara-           (105) (Formerly offered as GEOL 1050.) Both semes-
4098.   Variable Topics                                  tion: GEOG 3500Q.                                         ters. Four credits. Three class periods and one three-
(297) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:           The study of the fundamental principles of           hour laboratory period. Not open to students enrolled
Open to juniors or higher. With a change in topic, may   geographic information systems (GIS). Topics include      in or having passed GSCI 1051 or SCI 1051.
be repeated for credit. Prerequisites and recommended    history of the field, components of a GIS, the nature          History of planet Earth, emphasizing how rock,
preparation vary.                                        and characteristics of spatial data, methods of data      air, water, and life interact at different scales to produce
                                                         capture and sources of data, database models, review      the earth’s crust, landforms, life systems, natural
4099.   Independent Study
                                                         of typical GIS operations and applications. Laboratory    resources, catastrophes, and climatic regimes. Provides
(299) Either or both semesters. Credits, not to exceed
                                                         exercises provide experience with common computer-        a scientific context for human-induced global change.
6, and hours by arrangement. Prerequisite: Open to
                                                         based systems.                                            Includes laboratory component (see GSCI 1052).
juniors or higher. May be repeated for credit.
                                                         4510. Applications of Geographic Information              CA 3-LAB.
4100.   Advanced Economic Geography                      Systems
(284) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                                                                1051.    Earth and Life through Time
                                                         (248C) Second semester. Four credits. One 2-hour lec-     (103) (Formerly offered as GEOL 1051.) Both semes-
GEOG 2100 or instructor consent; open to juniors or      ture and two 2-hour laboratory periods. Prerequisite:
higher.                                                                                                            ters. Three credits. Three class periods. Not open to
                                                         GEOG 4500; open to juniors or higher.                     students enrolled in or having passed GSCI 1050 or
    Problems involved in analyzing spatial variations        Applications of geographic information systems.
of selected economic variables. Emphasis on location                                                               SCI 1051. Students who complete both GSCI 1051
                                                         Particular attention to land use planning and resource    and 1052 may request GSCI 1051 be converted from
theory with view toward integrating geographic           management.
viewpoint and economic concepts.                                                                                   a CA 3 Non-laboratory to a CA 3 Laboratory course.
                                                         4520. Selected Topics in Geographic Information                History of planet Earth, emphasizing how rock,
4110W. Regional Development and Policy                   Systems                                                   air, water, and life interact at different scales to pro-
(288W) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:      (249) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       duce the earth’s crust, landforms, life systems, natural
GEOG 2100 or instructor consent; ENGL 1010 or 1011       Open to juniors or higher. May be repeated once for       resources, catastrophes, and climatic regimes. Provides
or 3800; open to juniors or higher.                      credit with change in content. Recommended prepa-         a scientific context for human-induced global change.
    A study of theory and practice in regional           ration: GEOG 3500Q.                                       CA 3.
development and planning. Emphasis on evaluation             Selected problems in geospatial decision making
of regional problems and public policies designed to                                                               1052.    Laboratory Earth and Life through Time
                                                         and the most commonly used GIS functions, databases,      (107) (Formerly offered as GEOL 1052.) Both semes-
resolve them, with a primary focus on the United         and analyses for decision support.
States.                                                                                                            ters. One credit. Not open to students enrolled in or
                                                         4530. Computer Applications in Spatial                    having passed GSCI 1050. Students who complete
4130.   Transportation Geography                         Analysis                                                  both GSCI 1051 and 1052 may request GSCI 1051 be
(235) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:      (282C) First semester, alternate years, even. Prereq-     converted from a CA 3 Non-laboratory to a CA 3 Labo-
Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:      uisite: Open to juniors or higher. Three credits. Rec-    ratory course.
GEOG 2100.                                               ommended preparation: GEOG 3500Q or equivalent;                Laboratory complement to GSCI 1051. Provides
    Transportation rate establishment, transportation    MATH 1010 or equivalent.                                  an opportunity to work with specimens (minerals, fos-
models for predicting transportation flows, impact of        An advanced seminar in the design of computer         sils, rocks), terrain images, maps, physical models, and
transportation on location of economic activities, and   programs for solving problems in spatial analysis.        simulation experiments. Includes two local field trips.
planning of transportation facilities in cities.         Students receive a thorough knowledge of Fortran and
                                                         related graphic subroutine libraries necessary to         1053.    Discussion Earth and Life through Time
4200W. Geographical Analysis of Urban Social                                                                       (109) (Formerly offered as GEOL 1053.) Both semes-
Issues                                                   implement individual projects.
                                                                                                                   ters. One credit. Corequisite: GSCI 1050 or 1051 or
(280W) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:     4700.   Contemporary Europe: A Geography                  1052 or instructor consent. May be repeated for credit
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.    (254) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:       with instructor consent.
Recommended preparation: GEOG 3200.                      Open to juniors or higher.                                    Faculty-taught, weekly discussions to enhance
    Analysis of socioeconomic patterns and issues           An introduction to the Europe (including the           GSCI 1050 and 1051. Emphasis and approach will
within urban areas, with emphasis on applied             European republics of the former U.S.S.R.). Emphasis      vary, but all sections will track the lecture syllabus.
geographical research. Policy implications are
stressed.
                                                                                                                                          GEOSCIENCE                         157
1054.    Field Trips Earth and Life through Time            3510. Applied Geophysics for Geologists and                 4120.    Paleobiology
(113) (Formerly offered as GEOL 1054.) Both semes-          Engineers                                                   (219) (Also offered as EEB 4120.) Formerly offered
ters. One credit. Corequisite: GSCI 1050 or 1051 or         (228) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3510.) Second se-           as GEOL 4120.) Second semester, alternate years,
1052 or instructor consent. May be repeated for credit      mester, alternate years. Three credits. One 3-hour lec-     even. Four credits. Three class periods and one 3-hour
with instructor consent.                                    ture period during which geophysical field demonstra-       laboratory period. Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or GSCI
    Two or more faculty-led weekend field trips to          tions may be performed. Prerequisite: GSCI 1050 or          1050; or GSCI 1051 and 1052.
nearby sites of interest, designed to enhance GSCI          1051. Liu                                                        Ancient life, including the preservation of organ-
1050 and 1051.                                                  Introductory survey of surface and borehole geo-        isms as fossils, evolution, ecology, geobiology, bios-
                                                            physical methods and their application to                   tratigraphy, and major events in the history of life.
1070.    Global Change and Natural Disasters
                                                            hydrogeologic, environmental monitoring, and                Includes microorganisms, animals, and plants.
(Also offered as GEOG 1070.) Second semester. Three         geotechnical engineering studies. Demonstrations in-
credits.                                                    volve geophysical field measurement, data reduction         4130.    Geomicrobiology
    Climate change, global warming, natural hazards,        and geologic interpretation.                                First semester, alternate years, even. Three credits. Pre-
earth surface processes, and the impact these have on                                                                   requisites: BIOL 1108 or GSCI 1050; or GSCI 1051
populations now and in the past. CA 3.                      3710.    Engineering and Environmental Geology              and 1052; or instructor consent. Recommended prepa-
                                                            (229) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3710.) (Also of-            ration: GSCI 3010, MCB 2610. Dupraz, Visscher
3010.    Earth History and Global Change
                                                            fered as CE 3530 and ENVE 3530.) Second semes-                  Microbial diversity and biogeochemistry, microbe-
(250) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3010.) Second se-           ter. Three credits. Recommended preparation: GSCI
mester. Three credits. Two class periods and one 3-                                                                     mineral interactions, fossil record, atmospheric record,
                                                            1050 or 1051. Liu                                           microbialites, and research methodology in
hour laboratory period. Prerequisite: GSCI 1050; or              Application of geological principles to engineering
GSCI 1051 and 1052.                                                                                                     geomicrobiology. A weekend field trip may be re-
                                                            and environmental problems. Topics include site             quired.
     Reconstruction of earth history from geological        investigation, geologic hazards, slope processes,
data. Processes and events responsible for the              earthquakes, subsidence, and the engineering                4210.    Glacial Processes and Materials
stratigraphic record, and techniques used to decipher       properties of geologic materials. Course intended for       (223) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4210.) Second se-
it. An integrated survey of earth history. One or more      both geoscience and engineering majors.                     mester, alternate years, odd. Three credits. One 2-hour
weekend field trips may be required.                                                                                    class period and one 3-hour laboratory (for lab exer-
                                                            3980.    Field Geology                                      cises and field trips). Recommended preparation:
3020.    Earth Surface Processes
                                                            (212) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3980.) Second se-           GSCI 3020.
(251) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3020.) First semes-         mester. Six credits. Four weeks intensive study fol-
ter. Three credits. Two class periods and one 3-hour                                                                        Reconstruction of former glaciers and the
                                                            lowing final examination period. Prerequisite: GSCI         interactive processes leading to the character and
laboratory period. Prerequisite: GSCI 1050; or GSCI         1050; or GSCI 1051 and 1052.
1051 and 1052.                                                                                                          distribution of unconsolidated surface materials in
                                                               Field methods for geological and environmental           glaciated regions. Techniques for interpreting
     Processes responsible for the formation of the         geoscience studies, including electronic surveying
unconsolidated materials, landforms, and soils which                                                                    subsurface unconsolidated materials.
                                                            techniques, aerial photograph interpretation,
constitute the Earth’s surface. Introduction to surface-    geological mapping, description and measurement of          4220.    Principles of Geomorphology
water and groundwater hydrology, geological hazards         sedimentary sections, techniques of underground             (220) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4220.) First semes-
and the effects of climatic change. One or more             mapping, and geophysical surveying.                         ter. Three credits. Two class periods and one 3-hour
weekend field trips may be required.                                                                                    laboratory (occasionally used for field trips). Prereq-
                                                            3990.    Spring Field Trip                                  uisite: GSCI 3020.
3030.    Earth Structure                                    (213) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3990.) Second se-
(252) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3030.) First semes-                                                                          Interpretation of landscape genesis with an
                                                            mester, alternate years, even. Three credits. Prereq-       emphasis on causal processes and paleoenvironmental
ter. Three credits. Two class periods and one 3-hour        uisites: GSCI 1050 or 1051, or BIOL 1107 or 1108,
laboratory period. Prerequisite: GSCI 1050; or GSCI                                                                     implications.
                                                            or consent of instructor.
1051 and 1052.                                                  A field-based introduction to the integration of        4310.    Advanced Structural Geology
     Structure and composition of the earth, including      geological and biological observations and pro-             (217) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4310.) Second se-
a survey of plate tectonics and crustal evolution.          cesses. Field trip during and weekly meetings be-           mester, alternate years, even. Three credits. Two class
Gravitational, thermal and tectonic processes               fore and after spring break. May be repeated for            periods and one 3-hour laboratory period. Prerequi-
associated with the earth’s surface and interior. One       credit with change in field venue or permission of          site: GSCI 3030. Crespi
or more weekend field trips may be required.                the instructor.                                                 Mechanics of rock deformation. Material behavior
3040.    Earth Materials
                                                                                                                        of rocks and their geometry during orogenesis, with
                                                            4050W. Geoscience and Society                               applications of finite strain analysis, and advanced
(253) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3040.) Second se-           (290W) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4050W.) Second
mester. Four credits. Two class periods and two 3-hour                                                                  geometric techniques. One or more weekend field trips
                                                            semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: GSCI 1050 or         may be required.
laboratory periods. Prerequisite: GSCI 1050; or GSCI        1051; at least two 2000-level or above GSCI courses
1051 and 1052. Recommended preparation: CHEM                one of which may be taken concurrently; ENGL 1010           4320.    Plate Tectonics and Geologic Processes
1124-1126 or 1127 and 1128.                                 or 1011 or 3800; or instructor consent; open to juniors     (271) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4320 and as GEOL
    Principles of symmetry and crystal chemistry and        or higher.                                                  261.) Second semester, alternate years, odd. Three
the identification of minerals by hand sample,                   Application of fundamental geological principles       credits. Prerequisites: GSCI 3010 and 3030, which
petrographic and x-ray methods. Description of the          to issues of concern to society such as global climate      may be taken concurrently.
mineralogy and texture of igneous, sedimentary and          change; wildfires; drought and water resources; earth-          Understanding the structure and composition of
metamorphic rocks and the application of contemporary       quake, volcano, and tsunami hazards; medical geol-          the Earth's lithospheric plates using geological and
petrogenetic models to the interpretation of the geologic   ogy; energy resources; sustainability; and coastal pro-     geophysical techniques and analyses of magnetic
environments they record. One or more weekend field         cesses.                                                     anomalies, ocean floor sediments and the geologic
trips may be required.                                                                                                  history of the continents. Emphasis on the interaction
                                                            4110.    Sedimentology                                      of geologic and plate processes, especially along plate
3230.    Beaches and Coasts                                 (240) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4110.) First semes-
(203) (Formerly offered as GEOL 3230.) (Also of-                                                                        boundaries.
                                                            ter, alternate years, odd. Three credits. Two class peri-
fered as MARN 3230.) First semester (Avery Point).          ods and one 3-hour laboratory period. Prerequisite:         4330.    Active Tectonics
Three credits. Prerequisite: MARN 1002 or 1003 or           GSCI 1050; or GSCI 1051 and 1052. Recommended               First semester, alternate years, odd. Three credits. Pre-
GSCI 1050 or 1051 or instructor consent.                    preparation: GSCI 3020.                                     requisite: GSCI 1050; or GSCI 1051 and 1052; or
    Introduction to the processes that form and modify           Basic principles of sedimentology with an empha-       GSCI 1070 and 1052; or GEOG 2300; or consent of
coasts and beaches, including tectonic setting, sedi-       sis on the description of sedimentary texture and struc-    instructor. Recommended preparation: GSCI 3020 and
ment supply, coastal composition, energy regimes and        ture. Physicochemical and biological processes that         3030. Byrne
sea level change; tools and techniques utilized in ma-      characterize depositional environments. Diagenesis.             Tectonic processes that shape the Earth’s surface,
rine geologic mapping and reconstruction of sub-            Examination of modern systems to interpret ancient          particularly its landforms. Emphasis on short-term pro-
merged coastal features; field trips to selected coastal    sedimentary environments. One or more weekend field         cesses that produce disasters and catastrophes and af-
features.                                                   trips may be required.                                      fect human society.
158     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
4390.    Field Problems in Earth Structure                   4560.    Fundamentals of Planetary Science                     Preparation of written report and oral presentation
(257) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4390.) First semes-          (276) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4560.) (Also of-           to Department summarizing internship experience and
ter. One credit. Two weekend field trips and two 2-          fered as PHYS 4130.) Second semester. Three cred-          evaluating the applicability of academic experience
hour class meetings. Prerequisite or corequisite: GSCI       its. Prerequisite: PHYS 1230 or 1402 or 1502 or 1530       to job situations and the impact of the internship
3030.                                                        or 1602, which may be taken concurrently; MATH             experience on academic and career plans.
     Mapping techniques and map interpretation using         1122 or 1126 or 1131, which may be taken concur-
                                                                                                                        4995.    Special Topics
concepts developed in GSCI 3030. Emphasis on                 rently. Not open to students who have taken GEOL
mapping moderately deformed rocks in which                   266Q. Cormier                                              (298) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4995.) Either se-
sedimentary and tectonic features can be differentiated.          Evolution of the solar system, celestial mechanics,   mester. Credits and hours by arrangement. May be re-
                                                             tidal friction, internal composition of planets, black-    peated for credit. Open only with consent of instruc-
4410.    Igneous Petrology                                                                                              tor.
(214C) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4410.) Second               body radiation, planetary atmospheres.
                                                                                                                             Investigation of special topics related to, but not
semester, alternate years. Four credits. Three class         4735.    Introduction to Ground-Water Hydrology            ordinarily covered in the undergraduate offerings;
periods and one 3-hour laboratory. Prerequisite:             (234C) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4735.) (Also of-          emphasis on laboratory projects.
GSCI 3040. Recommended preparation: MATH 1122                fered as NRE 4135.) First semester. Four credits. Three
                                                                                                                        4996W. Undergraduate Research Thesis in
or 1132.                                                     class periods and one 3-hour laboratory for which oc-      Geoscience
    Introduction to rocks and the physical and               casional field trips will be substituted. Prerequisite:    (297W) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4996W.) Either
chemical principles governing their formation. Fluid         GSCI 1050; or GSCI 1051 and 1052; or instructor            semester. Three credits. Hours by arrangement. Pre-
mechanics of magmas, heat transfer, thermodynamics,          consent; open to juniors or higher. Robbins                requisite: GSCI 4989; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;
phase equilibria, isotope geochemistry, and the relation         Basic hydrologic principles with emphasis on           open to juniors or higher; open only with consent of
of magmatism to plate tectonics. Optical microscopy,         ground water flow and quality, geologic relationships,     instructor.
x-ray fluorescence, and electron microprobe analysis.        quantitative analysis and field methods.                       Writing of a formal thesis based on independent
Preparing a paper suitable for publication in a scientific   4750.    Chemical Hydrogeology                             research conducted by the student.
journal.                                                     (235) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4750.) Second se-          4998.    Variable Topics
4420.     Metamorphic Petrology                              mester. Four credits. Three hours lecture and three        (295) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4998.) Either se-
(215C) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4420.) Second se-           hours laboratory. Prerequisite: GSCI 4735 and CHEM         mester. Three credits. With a change in topic, may be
mester, alternate years. Three credits. Two class peri-      1127-1128. Robbins                                         repeated for credit. Prerequisites and recommended
ods and one 3-hour laboratory. Prerequisite: GSCI                Chemical processes controlling the composition         preparation vary.
3040. Recommended preparation: MATH 1122 or                  of unpolluted and polluted natural waters. Field and
1132. Joesten                                                laboratory analytical techniques. Equilibria, reaction     4999.    Independent Study
    Interpretation of mineralogical, chemical and            and transport models of the chemical interactions          (299) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4999.) Either or both
textural features of metamorphic rocks in terms of the       between groundwater and the media through which it         semesters. Credits and hours by arrangement. May be
physical conditions and dynamic processes operating          travels. Applications of geochemical processes and         repeated for credit. Open only with consent of instruc-
in the Earth’s crust. Thermodynamic description of           principles to understanding to the mitigation of           tor.
phase equilibria in fluid-rock systems. Kinetics, mass-      environmental problems.
and energy-transport in metamorphic processes.
Petrographic, and X-ray analytical techniques.
                                                             4989.    Undergraduate Research in Geoscience                             German (GERM)
                                                             (296) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4989.) Either se-
4510.    Applied and Environmental Geophysics                mester. Three credits. Hours by arrangement. Prereq-       Head of Department: Associate Professor Norma
(278C) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4510.) First se-            uisite: Open to juniors or higher; open only with con-         Bouchard
mester, alternate years, odd. Three credits. Two class       sent of instructor.                                        Department Office: Room 228, J.H. Arjona Building
periods and one 3-hour laboratory period. Prerequi-              Independent research for the advanced                  Consult the Modern and Classical Languages
site: PHYS 1230 or 1402 or 1502 or 1602, which may           undergraduate student interested in investigating a        Department listing in this Catalog for requirements
be taken concurrently; MATH 1122 or 1132 or 1152,            special problem involving field and/or laboratory          for Majors in German.
which may be taken concurrently. Not open to stu-            observations in geoscience. The student is required to
dents who have passed GEOL 268Q. Liu                         give an oral presentation in a departmental seminar at     1111 through 1114.       Special Intensive Course
    Principles of imaging the Earth’s interior using         the end of the semester.                                   (111through114) First and second semesters. Eight
observations of electric, magnetic, and gravity fields,                                                                 credits per semester. Two hours a day, four days a
                                                             4990.    Internship in Geoscience - Field Study            week, plus a 2-hour laboratory practice. Open only
with applications to environmental problems.                 (293) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4990.) Either se-          with consent of instructor. Not open for credit to stu-
4520.    Exploration Seismology                              mester. One to three credits. May not be repeated. In-     dents who have passed GERM 1131 through 1134.
(277C) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4520.) First se-            ternship contract must be formulated before intern-            Intensive coverage of two years in two semesters.
mester, alternate years, even. Three credits. Two class      ship work begins. Students with summer internship          GERM 1111-1112 (fall) covers same materials as
periods and one 3-hour laboratory period. Prerequi-          must preregister for GSCI 4990 for the fall semester.      1131-1132, Elementary German. GERM 1113-1114
site: PHYS 1230 or 1402 or 1502 or 1602, which may           Prerequisite or corequisite: GSCI 3010, 3020, 3030,        (spring) covers same material as GERM 1133-1134,
be taken concurrently; MATH 1121 or 1131or 1151,             and 3040. Must be taken concurrently with GSCI             Intermediate German.
which may be taken concurrently. Not open to stu-            4991; no credit will be given for one course without
dents who have taken GEOL 267Q. Liu                          the other. Students taking this course will be assigned    1131-1132. Elementary German I and II
    Principles of seismic methods for imaging the            a final grade of S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory).   (131-132) Both semesters. Four credits each semes-
interior of the earth, with applications to resource             An internship program under the direction of           ter. Four class periods, and one 1-hour laboratory prac-
exploration and environmental problems.                      Geoscience faculty. Students will be placed with           tice. Not open for credit to students who have had three
                                                             government agencies or businesses where academic           or more years of German in high school. Students who
4550.    Physics of the Earth’s Interior                                                                                wish to continue in German but feel ill prepared should
(274) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4550.) (Also of-             training will be applied in a program of activities to
                                                             be planned and agreed upon in advance by the job site      contact the head of the Modern and Classical Lan-
fered as PHYS 4100.) First semester. Three credits.                                                                     guages Department. Not open for credit to students
Prerequisite: PHYS 1230 or 1402 or 1502 or 1530 or           supervisor, the faculty coordinator, and the intern. One
                                                             credit may be earned for each 42 hours of pre-approved     who have passed GERM 1111-1112.
1602, which may be taken concurrently; MATH 1122                                                                             Fundamentals of German. Presentation of
or 1126 or 1131, which may be taken concurrently.            activities up to a maximum of three credits.
                                                                                                                        dialogues, conversation, vocabulary building,
Recommended preparation: MATH 1132. Not open                 4991. Internship in Geoscience - Research                  grammar and culture. Emphasis on speaking, oral
to students who have taken GEOL 264Q. Cormier                Paper                                                      comprehension, reading of simple texts and writing,
    The composition, structure, and dynamics of the          (294) (Formerly offered as GEOL 4991.) Either se-          to satisfy basic survival needs within a cultural setting.
Earth’s core, mantle, and crust inferred from                mester. One credit. May not be repeated. Students with
observations of seismology, geomagnetism, and heat           summer internship must preregister for GSCI 4991           1133-1134. Intermediate German I and II
flow.                                                        for the fall semester. Prerequisite or corequisite: GSCI   (133-134) Both semesters. Four credits each semes-
                                                             3010, 3020, 3030, and 3040. Must be taken concur-          ter. Four class periods and one 1-hour laboratory prac-
                                                             rently with GSCI 4990; no credit will be given for         tice. Prerequisite: GERM 1132 or two years of high
                                                             one course without the other.                              school German. Not open for credit to students who
                                                                                                                        have passed GERM 1113-1114.
                                                                                                                                         GERMAN                            159
     Review and extension of grammar, vocabulary            2201-2202. Composition                                     3233-3234. Building Language Skills Through
expansion, graded composition, intensive and                (201-202) Both semesters. Three credits each semes-        Culture I and II
extensive reading, and intensive oral practice to further   ter. Prerequisite: GERM 1134 or three years of Ger-        (233-234) Both semesters. Three credits each semes-
develop communicative abilities within a cultural           man in high school. May only be used for transfer          ter. Prerequisite: GERM 1134 or equivalent. Not open
setting.                                                    credit or for study abroad. Not open for credit to stu-    for credit to students who have passed GERM 2201-
                                                            dents who have passed GERM 3233-3234.                      2202 or GERM 2204-2205.
1140W. German Literature in English                                                                                         Development of oral and written skills using a
                                                                 Intensive grammar review and extensive practice
(140W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        in writing.                                                content-based methodology and drawing on texts that
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                                                                             deal with issues in contemporary culture of German-
    Representative works of German literature in En-        2204-2205. Conversation
                                                                                                                       speaking countries. Emphasis on acquisition of a
glish, especially from the 20th and the 21st centuries.     (204-205) Both semesters. Three credits each semes-        sophisticated understanding of cultural differences
Development of close reading and critical thinking          ter. Prerequisite: GERM 1134 or three years of Ger-        while building vocabulary, improving accuracy, and
skills, improvement of student composition, and the         man in high school. May only be used for transfer          increasing facility in self-expression and
development of a conceptual framework for under-            credit or for study abroad. Not open for credit to stu-    communication.
standing another culture. CA 1.                             dents who have passed GERM 3233-3234.
                                                                 Intensive oral practice based primarily on cultural   3240W. German Literature in Translation
1145-1146. German Readings in the Sciences                                                                             (240W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
and Humanities
                                                            readings.
                                                                                                                       ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. May not be used to sat-
(145-146) Both semesters. Three credits each semes-         2280.    Introduction to Germanic Linguistics
                                                                                                                       isfy the undergraduate foreign language requirement
ter. Not open for credit to students who have passed        (280) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         or the major requirement in German. Taught in En-
GERM 1131-1132 or equivalent. Taught in English.            GERM 1132 or instructor consent. McCormick                 glish.
May not be used to meet the undergraduate language              A study of the relationship among modern and               Reading and analysis of significant works of
requirement.                                                historical Germanic languages. Lectures, readings, and     German literature from one or more periods.
     Basic grammar and intensive practice in reading        class discussions in English.
expository prose in the natural sciences, social                                                                       3245.    German Grammar and Etymology
                                                            2282. Connecticut and the Global Market: The
sciences, and humanities. Intended for students             German-Speaking Countries
                                                                                                                       (245) Either semester. Three credits. Corequisite:
desiring to learn German as a tool for research. Will       (282) First semester. Three credits. Taught in En-         GERM 3233 or equivalent or instructor consent.
satisfy ACS and Ph.D. reading requirements.                 glish.                                                        German grammar and etymology for advanced stu-
                                                                Cultural aspects of international business.            dents. A conceptual foundation for communicative lan-
1153.    Active Language Skills I
                                                            Lectures by speakers from the German-speaking              guage skills and comparison with English.
(153) First semester. Two credits. Two class periods.
Corequisite or prerequisite: GERM 1133. Practice in         countries and representatives of institutions and          3251.    German Culture and Civilization
audio-lingual skills.                                       companies related to those countries. Discussion and       (251) Either semester. Three credits. Conducted in
    Emphasis on everyday vocabulary. Recommended            analysis of the lectures.                                  English.
for students intending to travel or study abroad.           3200.    Intensive Language Practice
                                                                                                                           An interdisciplinary course on the German-
                                                            (200) Second semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-         speaking countries, analyzing cultural life and past and
1154.    Active Language Skills II
                                                            rangement. Prerequisite: GERM 1133 or equivalent           present development. Period or thematic emphasis may
(154) Second semester. Two credits. Two class peri-                                                                    vary. Discussion of selected non-fictional and fictional
ods. Corequisite or prerequisite: GERM 1134.                and consent of instructor.
                                                                Two or three weeks of concentrated study in            readings, films, slides and recordings. CA 1. CA 4-
    Additional practice in developing communicative                                                                    INT.
abilities in a German-speaking country. Recommended         Europe. Exclusive use of the language, with three to
for students intending to travel or study abroad.           four daily contact hours. Practice in all active and       3252W. Studies in Early German Literature
                                                            passive language skills, combined with periodic review     (252W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or
1169.    Contemporary Germany in Europe
                                                            sessions during the rest of the semester.                  corequisite: GERM 3233 or instructor consent. Pre-
(169) Either semester. Three credits. Taught in English.                                                               requisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
Finger                                                      3220.    German Recitation in Applied Mechanics
                                                            (220) First semester. One credit. One class period. Pre-       Study of a cohesive group of texts that mark the
    Familiarizes students with contemporary German                                                                     periods of the Middle Ages, Humanism, Reformation,
society and the cultural and historical aspects that        requisite or corequisite: GERM 1133 or equivalent.
                                                               Technical German in engineering through the basic       and Baroque. Emphasis may vary. Attention will be
shape everyday life in Germany in the 21st century.                                                                    given to the relevant socio-historical context and, when
Students will explore a range of topics, including          concepts and problem solving techniques used in
                                                            applied mechanics.                                         possible, to the visual and performing arts. Taught in
reunification, minorities, education and youth, the arts,                                                              German. CA 1.
and gender. CA 1. CA 4-INT.                                 3221.    Introduction to the Sciences in German
                                                            (221) Second semester. One credit. One class period.       3253W. Studies in German Literature Around 1800
1171.    The German Film                                                                                               (253W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or
(171) Either semester. Three credits. Readings and lec-     Prerequisite or corequisite: GERM 1134, CHEM
                                                            1128Q, and PHYS 1502Q or equivalent.                       corequisite: GERM 3233 or instructor consent. Pre-
tures in English. May not be used to meet the under-                                                                   requisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
graduate foreign language requirement.                          A series of lectures and discussion periods about
                                                            basic concepts in the physical sciences presented in           Study of a cohesive group of texts that mark the
    Weekly showings of German films from the 1920’s                                                                    periods of Enlightenment, Storm and Stress,
to the present. Introduction to film history, analysis      German. Topics will be primarily from the various
                                                            engineering disciplines, chemistry, physics, and           Classicism and Early Romanticism. Emphasis may
and interpretation of films, outside readings, term                                                                    vary. Attention will be given to the relevant socio-
papers. CA 1. CA 4-INT.                                     mathematics.
                                                                                                                       historical context and to the visual and performing arts.
1175.    Human Rights and German Culture                    3222.    Fields of Technology                              Taught in German. CA 1.
(175) Either semester. Three credits. Readings and lec-     (222) First semester. One credit. One class period. Pre-
                                                            requisite: GERM 3220 and GERM 3221.                        3254W. Studies in 19th Century German Literature
tures in English. May not be used to meet the under-                                                                   (254W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or
graduate foreign language requirement.                         A series of lectures and discussion periods on
                                                            special topics in science and engineering. Open only       corequisite: GERM 3233 or instructor consent. Pre-
    Study of primary sources on human rights from                                                                      requisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
the Age of Enlightenment to contemporary documents          with consent of instructor.
                                                                                                                           Study of a cohesive group of texts that mark the
and debates as well as literature and other forms of art    3231-3232. German for Professional Use I and II            periods of Late Romanticism, Vormärz, Realism and
related to human rights. Documentaries on the Holo-         (231-232) Both semesters. Three credits each semes-        Naturalism. Emphasis may vary. Attention will be
caust, human rights in divided Germany, and the con-        ter. Prerequisite: GERM 1134 or equivalent. Recom-         given to the relevant socio-historical context and to
temporary debate on multiculturalism and political          mended preparation: GERM 3233-3234.                        the visual and performing arts. Taught in German.
asylum. CA 1. CA 4-INT.                                             Development of oral and written skills using a     CA 1.
1193.    Foreign Study                                      content-based methodology and drawing on authentic
(193) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by        documents in a variety of formats that convey the
arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of         language and culture of professional environments in
Department Head required, normally to be granted            the German-speaking countries. Preparation for the
prior to the student’s departure.                           Goethe Institute's test of German for Professional
    Special topics taken in a foreign study program.        Purposes (Deutsch f|r den Beruf).
160     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
3255.    Studies in 20th Century German Literature          3271.    Principles of Translation I
(255) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or       (271) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:                    Health Sciences (HESC)
corequisite: GERM 3233 or instructor consent.               GERM 3234 or equivalent. Open only to juniors and
    Study of a cohesive group of texts that mark the        seniors, with consent of instructor. Wright                 Head of Department: Professor Lawrence Silbart
period. Attention will be given to the relevant socio-          Theory and practice of translating and interpreting     Department Office: Room 227-A, Koons Hall
historical context and to the visual and performing arts.   written and oral materials from German into English.        3000. Anatomy and Physiology for the
Taught in German. CA 1.                                     3292.    German Language Practicum
                                                                                                                        Radiologic Technologist I
3255W. Studies in 20th Century German Literature            (290) Either semester or summer. Credits (not to ex-        (210) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-
(255W) Prerequisite or corequisite: GERM 3233 or            ceed six) and hours by arrangement. Prerequisite:           ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
instructor consent. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011         Three years of college-level German or the equiva-              A systems approach to the anatomy and physiol-
or 3800. CA 1.                                              lent. Open only to juniors and seniors with consent of      ogy of the human body. Anatomy of the thoracic and
                                                            instructor.                                                 abdominal cavities, cytology, integumantry and skel-
3258. Germans in Africa, Blacks in German-                                                                              etal systems. Appendicular and axial skeletons, gas-
Speaking Countries. Colonial and Postcolonial Per-              Placement of students as trainees in business,
                                                            industry and social or government agencies where            trointestinal and urinary systems.
spectives
(258) Either semester. Three credits. Taught in English.    foreign language skills can be put to use.                  3001. Anatomy and Physiology for the
    Interdisciplinary study of former German                                                                            Radiologic Technologist II
                                                            3293.    Foreign Study
colonialism in Africa and Blacks in German-speaking                                                                     (211) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-
                                                            (293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by        ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
societies, past and present. Construction of                arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of
intercultural and interracial power and dialog in                                                                           A continuation of Anatomy and Physiology for the
                                                            Department Head required, normally to be granted            Radiologic Technologist I. Respiratory, lymphatic, cir-
historical perspective. Diversity of black and white        prior to the student’s departure. May count toward the
experiences and perspectives across class, racial-ethnic                                                                culatory, reproductive, endocrine, nervous and mus-
                                                            major with consent of advisor.                              cular systems.
groups, gender, cultures, religions, and national               Special topics taken in a foreign study program.
borders. Discussion of selected literary and non-                                                                       3004.    Fundamentals of Radiologic Physics
fictional readings, films, other visual images, and         3294.    German Seminar
                                                                                                                        (220) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-
recordings. CA 1. CA 4-INT.                                 (296) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-        ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
                                                            ment. Open only to juniors and seniors with consent              Principles of physics, fundamental concepts of the
3260.    Women’s Studies in German                          of instructor. May be repeated for credit.
(260) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or                                                                   structure of matter, production and use of electrostat-
                                                                Intensive investigation of selected problems in         ics, electromagnetism, electrodynamics and principles
corequisite: GERM 3234 or instructor consent.               German literature and/or German studies.
    Women in the literature of the German-speaking                                                                      of radiation. Structure of the x-ray tube and linear ac-
countries. Women’s writings. The development of             3295.    Special Topics                                     celerator is introduced.
German feminism. Contemporary gender issues in the          (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
                                                                                                                        3005.    Radiation Biology and Protection
German-speaking countries.                                  ment. With a change in content, may be repeated for         (223) Either semester. Four credits. Hours by arrange-
                                                            credit. Prerequisites and recommended preparation           ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
3261W. German Film and Culture                              vary.
(281W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or                                                                      Principles of radiation protection and safety. Con-
corequisite: GERM 3233. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010             3298.    Variable Topics                                    cepts and principles of radiation biology including re-
or 1011 or 3800.                                            (297) Either semester. Three credits. With a change in      quirements for regulatory, accreditation and health care
    Critical analysis of artistic issues in writing         topic, may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites and        organizations. Theories and principles of tolerance
screenplays and making movies. Dynamic interplay            recommended preparation vary.                               dose, time-dose relationships, fractionation schemes
between German film, the other arts, and their              3299.    Independent Study
                                                                                                                        and the relationship to the clinical practice.
socioeconomic context, and the cinematic traditions of      (299) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by        3010. Patient Care for Radiologic
other cultures. Taught in German. CA 1. CA 4.-INT.          arrangement. Open only with consent of instructor.          Technologists I
3262.    German Play Production                             With a change in content, may be repeated for credit.       (240) Either semester. Two credits. Hours by arrange-
(295) Second semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-                                                                      ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
                                                            4246. The Finishing Touch: A Capstone in Ger-
rangement. Prerequisite: GERM 111 or 1131 and con-          man Studies                                                     Basic patient care procedures, including caring for
sent of instructor. May not be used to meet the under-      (246) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Ger-    the physical and emotional needs of the patient and
graduate foreign language requirement. With a change        man 3234 plus a minimum of 6 additional 2000-level          family. Routine patient care procedures, communica-
in topic, this course may be repeated for credit.           or above credits in German.                                 tion, safety, legal, ethical, and professional issues.
    Extensive and intensive study, discussion and                A course in which advanced students assess and         3011. Patient Care for Radiologic
interpretation of a German drama, followed by casting,      polish their German language skills, consolidate their      Technologists II
rehearsals and eventual performance. Students are           learning in German Studies, and demonstrate that            (241) Either semester. Two credits. Hours by arrange-
given both on-stage and off-stage assignments and           learning in a final project.                                ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
responsibilities. Term paper.                                                                                               A continuation of Patient Care for Radiologic
                                                            German Study Abroad. An academic year or spring             Technologists I. Emergency patient care procedures,
3264W. German Cinema in Cross-Cultural                      semester at the University of Salzburg, Austria,            surgical asepsis, pharmacology and radiographic con-
Perspective                                                 operated jointly with other New England state
(284W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequi-                                                                        trast media.
                                                            universities, allows students to earn up to 34 credits in
site: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Taught in English.         all disciplines. The University of Connecticut sponsors     3095.    Special Topics
    Cross-cultural comparison of film genres using          a variety of programs at any of nine universities in the    (298) Either semester and summer session. Credits and
examples from German film history and other                 state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. Students also have the         hours by arrangement. Open only with consent of in-
cinematic traditions. CA 1.                                 possibility of language study at a Goethe Institute, and    structor. May be repeated for credit.
3265.    Topics in German Culture                           a combination of study and work through programs in             Investigation of special topics in health sciences
(285) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite or       Mannheim and Regensburg.                                    that are related to basic core interdisciplinary areas.
corequisite: GERM 3233 or instructor consent. With                                                                      3099.    Independent Study for Undergraduates
a change in topic, this course may be repeated for                                                                      (299) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
credit.                                                                                                                 ment: not to exceed four credits. Open only with con-
    An analysis of the cultural trends of a selected                                                                    sent of instructor. May be repeated for credit.
period or theme in a German-speaking country, taking                                                                        Designed primarily for students who wish to
into account the historical, political, and                                                                             extend their knowledge in some specialized
socioeconomic background, aspects of daily life,                                                                        subject in the field of health sciences.
philosophical trends, major literary works and other
artistic achievements in art, music, and architecture.
Specialists from other departments will be invited as
guest lecturers.
                                                                                                                                  HEALTH SCIENCES                          161
3120.    Oncologic Pathology                                3231.    Principles of Radiographic Imaging I                4131. Computer Application in Radiation
(244) Summer session. Two credits. Hours by arrange-        (230) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-      Therapy
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                (228) Either semester. Two credits. Hours by arrange-
    General principles of pathology. Emphasis on fac-           Introduction to fundamentals of exposure factor          ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
tors relating to and providing basis for tumor pathol-      selection and imaging parameters. Radiographic im-                Theory and technology of digital computers, digi-
ogy and normal tissue repair.                               aging, radiographic film, cassettes/screens and imag-        tal imaging modalities and their application in radia-
                                                            ing systems.                                                 tion therapy.
3121.    Radiation Therapy Physics
(224) Summer session. Three credits. Hours by ar-           3232.    Principles of Radiographic Imaging II               4140.   Quality Management
rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.          (231) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-      (258) Either semester. Two credits. Hours by arrange-
    Nature and physical aspects of generation and in-       ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
teraction of radiation used in therapeutic radiology.           A continuation of Principles of Radiographic Im-             Theory and application of the quality management
Conceptual framework for the physics of diagnostic          aging I. X-ray tube, X-ray circuitry, X-ray production,      program as related to professional standards of care
radiology will be presented.                                image quality factors, I.I Tube and Fluoroscope.             and accreditation, certification, licensure and service
                                                            3261.    Radiographic Procedures I
                                                                                                                         delivery.
3122.    Foundations of Radiation Therapy
(243) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-     (250) Either semester. Four credits. Hours by arrange-       4152.   Treatment Planning II
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                (226) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-
    Foundations in radiation therapy and the role of            Preparation to accurately position patients for di-      ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
the radiation therapist. Introduction to radiation          agnostic radiologic procedures to include preparation           A continuation of Treatment Planning I. Treat-
therapy education and professional responsibilities of      of equipment and contrast media. Abdominal, chest,           ment planning optimizations and the application of
the radiation therapist. Management of neoplastic dis-      upper GI, large intestine, distal extremities.               beam modifiers. Contouring and the use of single and
ease.                                                       3262.    Radiographic Procedures II
                                                                                                                         multiple beam therapies.
3132.    Medical Imaging and Processing                     (251) Either semester. Four credits. Hours by arrange-       4163. Principles and Practice of Radiation
(233) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-          ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                Therapy III
rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.              A continuation of Radiographic Procedures I.             (256) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-
    Theory and principles governing and influencing         Urinary tract, upper GI, small intestine, spine, shoul-      rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.
the production and recording of radiographic images.        der girdle, pelvis and proximal extremities.                     A continuation of Principles and Practice of Ra-
Focus on radiation oncology imaging equipment and                                                                        diation Therapy I and II. Current treatment modalities
                                                            3271.    Clinical Radiography I                              for cancer in specific sites including its pattern of
related devices.                                            (260) Either semester. Two credits. Hours by arrange-        spread and radiation oncology treatment regimes. To-
3133. Radiation Therapy Equipment and                       ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                pographical and radiological anatomy.
Operation                                                       Supervised clinical experience in general radiog-
(234) Summer session. Two credits. Hours by arrange-        raphy, fluoroscopy, cystoscopy, emergency room and           4164. Principles and Practice of Radiation
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               portable radiography.                                        Therapy IV
    Theory and operation of a treatment console. Pa-                                                                     (257) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-
                                                            3272.    Clinical Radiography II                             ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
tient documentation, monitoring and safety, radiation       (261) Either semester. Two credits. Hours by arrange-
protection, verification and quality control.                                                                                A continuation of Principles and Practice of Ra-
                                                            ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                diation Therapy III.
3151.    Treatment Planning I                                  A continuation of Clinical Radiography I with ex-
(225) Summer session. Two credits. Hours by arrange-        posure in different radiology departments.                   4174.   Radiation Therapy Clinical Internship IV
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                                                                            (273) Either semester. Four credits. Hours by arrange-
                                                            3273.    Clinical Radiography III                            ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
    Dose and treatment time calculations for linear ac-     (262) Summer session. Four credits. Hours by ar-
celerators, superficial/orthovoltage and Co-60 treat-                                                                        Continuation of Radiation Therapy Clinical Intern-
                                                            rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.           ship I - III. Includes dosimetry.
ment units. Application of isodose chart, central axis          A continuation of Clinical Radiography I and II
depth dose curves and beam profiles.                        with addition of specialized rotations in pediatrics, out-   4175.   Radiation Therapy Clinical Internship V
3161. Principles and Practice of Radiation                  patient fluoroscopy, portable examinations in the op-        (274) Either semester. Four credits. Hours by arrange-
Therapy I                                                   erating room and trauma radiography evenings in the          ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
(254) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-     emergency room.                                                  Continuation of Radiation Therapy Clinical Intern-
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                                                                            ship IV.
     Introduction to radiation therapy equipment and        4125.    Clinical Radiation Oncology I
                                                            (245) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-      4176.   Radiation Therapy Clinical Internship VI
its use in clinical practice. Professional issues and the                                                                (275) Summer session. Nine credits. Hours by ar-
management of patients with cancer will be addressed.       ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
                                                                Epidemiology, etiology, anatomy, patterns of             rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.
3162. Principles and Practice of Radiation                  spread, clinical presentation, detection and diagnosis,           Continuation of Radiation Therapy Clinical Intern-
Therapy II                                                  histopathology and disease classification related to         ship IV and V. Under supervision, student assumes
(255) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-          various disease sites. Role of surgery, radiation therapy,   full therapist responsibilities.
rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.          chemotherapy, immunotherapy and the multimodality            4194.   Seminar in Radiation Therapy
    A continuation of Principles and Practice of Ra-        treatment approach.                                          (281) Summer session. Four credits. Hours by arrange-
diation Therapy I.                                                                                                       ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
                                                            4126.    Clinical Radiation Oncology II
3171.    Radiation Therapy Clinical Internship I            (246) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-          Capstone experience researching and presenting
(270) Either semester. One credit. Hours by arrange-        ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                new innovations in the field of radiation therapy. Ex-
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                  A continuation of Clinical Radiation Oncology I.          amination and evaluation of the management of neo-
    Supervised clinical experience with therapeutic ap-                                                                  plastic disease and promotion of critical thinking.
plications. Experience in a variety of technical meth-      4130. Techniques and Applications of                         Preparation for certification examination.
ods and procedures in the management of patients un-        Radioactive Materials
                                                            (227) Summer session. Three credits. Hours by ar-            4220.   Radiation Pathology
dergoing radiation therapy.                                                                                              Either semester. Two credits. Hours by arrangement.
                                                            rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.
3172.    Radiation Therapy Clinical Internship II                Elements and their basic components, different cat-     (242) Open only to students in Allied Health.
(271) Either semester. One credit. Hours by arrange-        egories of atoms and factors involved in nuclear sta-            The study of disease processes and their radio-
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               bility. Various types of radioactivity and methods for       graphic appearance. Discussion of etiology, symptoms,
    Continuation of Radiation Therapy Clinical Intern-      production of artificial radioactive sources. Dose de-       complications, prognosis, treatments and diagnostic
ship I.                                                     termination and radiation detection for brachytherapy        imaging methods. Pathologic conditions and their ef-
3173.    Radiation Therapy Clinical Internship III          sources.                                                     fects on the anatomy and function of body will be dem-
(272) Summer session. Five credits. Hours by arrange-                                                                    onstrated with use of radiographs.
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.
    Continuation of Radiation Therapy Clinical Intern-
ship I and II.
162     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
4225. Medical Radiation Physics and Quality                                                                                 Provides health care management students with
Assurance I                                                         Health Systems Management                           opportunities to apply tools and concepts learned
(221) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-                      (HSMG)                                     throughout the program. Through real world
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                                                                           consulting projects and hands-on projects, students
    Medical physics related to diagnostic imaging and       Director: Jeffrey A. Kramer                                 develop and refine their skills in project organization
equipment. Radiation and radiation units, measure-          Center Office: Room 462, School of Business                 and management, analysis, reporting, and presentation.
ment, exposure limits and protection. X-ray produc-                                                                     Project areas include applications that integrate all
                                                            For major requirements, see the School of Business
tion, intensity, filtration, interactions and focal spots                                                               business disciplines.
                                                            section of this Catalog.
and image quality. Processing, sensitometry and mam-
mography.                                                   Health Systems Management courses are open to               4448.    Clinical and Social Issues in Health Care
                                                            juniors and seniors only. The School of Business            (285) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
4226. Medical Radiation Physics and Quality                                                                             to juniors or higher.
Assurance II
                                                            requires students at the Storrs campus to participate in
                                                            the Mobile Computing Initiative before registering for          Covers clinical and social issues affecting health
(222) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by arrange-                                                                 care provider organizations, such as the health needs
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               the courses listed below. See the School of Business
                                                            Catalog section for details about how this program          of special population groups, public health concerns,
     A continuation of Medical Radiation Physics and                                                                    epidemiological issues, and health care quality.
Quality Assurance I. Fluoroscopy, angiography, digi-        operates. Students not participating in the initiative
                                                            may be able to register for the following classes:          Discussion will include how health care organizations
tal fluoroscopy, computers and computer applications                                                                    address such issues through methods including clinical
and digital radiography. CT, MRI and ultrasound.            HSMG 3240 and 4244.
                                                                                                                        studies, disease management, partnership between
                                                            3240.    Introduction to Health Care Management             private and public sectors, and legislative initiatives.
4233.    Principles of Radiographic Imaging III
(232) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-          (280) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
                                                            to juniors or higher.                                       4891.    Internship in Health Care Management
rangement. Open only to students in Allied Health.                                                                      (290) Either or both semesters. Six credits. Hours
    A continuation of Principles of Radiographic Im-            Introduces basic concepts, principles, and practices
                                                            associated with the health care delivery system in the      by arrangement. Prerequisite: OPIM 3103 and 3104,
aging I and II. Radiographic grid, automatic exposure                                                                   senior standing, and instructor consent.
control, collimation and filtration, film sensitometry,     United States. Examines how this system is organized,
                                                            and discuss the major issues related to the provision           Supervised field work in a health care organization
the automatic processor and tomography.                                                                                 where students work with health care professionals to
                                                            of health care, from both a business and social science
4263.    Radiographic Procedures III                        perspective. Emphasis will be placed on understanding       expand their expertise in solving health systems
(252) Summer session. Four credits. Hours by arrange-       the components and features of the health care delivery     problems and increase their awareness of the issues
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               system in the United States as it is developed and          involved in the day to day operations of a health care
    A continuation of Radiographic Procedures I and         applied through a managed care organizational               institution. Student performance will be evaluated on
II. Lower GI track, spine, spinal cord and myelogra-        framework.                                                  the basis of an appraisal by the field supervisor and a
phy, skull and nasal sinuses. Lymphatic and vascular                                                                    detailed written report submitted by the student.
system imaging.                                             3243.    Health Care Analysis
                                                            (281) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         4891W. Internship in Health Care Management
4264.    Radiographic Procedures IV                         HSMG 3240; open to juniors or higher.                       (290W) Prerequisite: OPIM 3103 and 3104; ENGL
(253) Either semester. Four credits. Hours by arrange-          The application of economic theory, health services     1010 or 1011 or 3800; senior standing, and instruc-
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               research, policy development and analysis, operations       tor consent.
    A continuation of Radiographic Procedures I, II         research, and management science techniques for             4895.    Special Topics
and III. TMJ and selected bones and foramen of the          analyzing and evaluating the performance of health          (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
skull, non-routine extremity views, sacrum, coccyx,         care services and organizations.                            ment. Prerequisite: Announced separately for each
thorax, venipuncture, and imaging of the female re-                                                                     offering; open to juniors or higher. With a change in
productive system.                                          4242.    Health Care Information Technology
                                                            (282) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          content, may be repeated for credit.
4274.    Clinical Radiography IV                            HSMG 3243 and 4891; open to juniors or higher.                  Classroom course in special topics in health
(263) Either semester. Five credits. Hours by arrange-          An introduction to information technology (IT)          systems management as announced in advance for
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               within the context of health care planning, managerial      semester.
    A continuation of Clinical Radiography I , II and       decision-making and strategic analysis. The course          4899.    Independent Study for Undergraduates
III with rotations in different radiology departments       examines how health care organizations apply                (299) Either or both semesters. Credits by arrange-
with experience in general fluoroscopy, emergency           information technologies in decision-making and             ment; not to exceed six in any semester. Prerequisite:
room, operating room,mammography and                        considers factors that influence investments in             Open to juniors or higher; open only with consent of
interventional radiology.                                   healthcare IT. Students will learn to define appropriate    instructor.
4275.    Clinical Radiography V                             IT terms, fit IT into an appropriate marketing plan,            Individual study of special topics in health care
(264) Either semester. Five credits. Hours by arrange-      describe the IT project lifecycle, and identify key IT      management as mutually arranged between a student
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               issues within the major healthcare markets. Topics          and an instructor.
    A continuation of Clinical Radiography I - IV with      include business model development, branding of
addition of rotations in MRI, long-term care and pri-       services, and decision support.
vate radiology office.                                      4243.    Health Law and Policy                                              Hebrew (HEB)
4276.    Clinical Radiography VI                            First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: HSMG           Head of Department: Associate Professor Norma
(265) Summer session. Six credits. Hours by arrange-        3240 or instructor consent.                                     Bouchard
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.                    Introduction to the United States legal system as      Department Office: Room 228, J.H. Arjona Building
    A continuation of Clinical Radiography I - V with       it relates to health care, public health and ethics. Ses-
                                                            sions represent important applications of law to health     Consult the Departmental Handbook for courses being
rotations in fluoroscopy, emergency room, operating                                                                     offered and further description of these courses.
room, CT, MRI, mammography, US, cardiac, nuclear            including the powers of the state governments; pri-
medicine, long-term care, private radiology and the         vacy and confidentiality in health care; the right to       1103. Literature and Civilization of the Jewish
orthopedic office.                                          privacy; the right to refuse treatment and end of life      People
                                                            issues; hospital, physician and managed care liability;     (103) (Also offered as JUDS 1103.) Either semester.
4294.    Radiology Seminar                                  the Americans with Disabilities Act; and public health      Three credits. Taught in English. May not be used to
(280) Summer session. Two credits. Hours by arrange-        policy and advocacy. This course is structured to en-       meet the foreign language requirement. Miller
ment. Open only to students in Allied Health.               courage lively and interesting in-class discussions of         The major concepts, personalities and literary
    Independent research paper and presentation on          legal and ethical principles as they relate to the health   works of the Hebraic tradition from the Biblical and
current topics in radiology. ARRT examination review        care system.                                                Talmudic periods to the present. CA 1. CA 4.
and test preparation.
                                                            4244. Integrative Projects in Health Care                   1104.    Modern Jewish Thought
                                                            Management                                                  (104) (Also offered as JUDS 1104.) Second semester.
                                                            (283) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisites:        Three credits. Taught in English. May not be used to
                                                            HSMG 3240, 3243, and 4891; open to juniors or               meet the foreign language requirement.
                                                            higher.
                                                                                                                                                  HINDI                    163
    Nationalism, culture, ethics and philosophy in the         The political, historical and religious currents in     1100W. The Historian as Detective
writings of the major Jewish thinkers from Spinoza to      Greco-Roman Palestine. Includes the Jewish Revolts;         (135W) Prerequisite: ENGL1010 or 1011 or 3800.
the present. Emphasis will be placed on the work of        sectarian developments, the rise of Christianity and        CA 1.
Moses Mendelssohn, Nachman Krochmal, Ahad                  the Talmudic academies.                                     1201.    Modern World History
Haam, Hermann Cohen, Franz Rosenzweig, Martin              3251-3252. Advanced Hebrew                                  (108) Either semester. Three credits.
Buber and Mordecai Kaplan.                                 (251-252) Both semesters. Three credits each semes-             A survey of the historical experiences of the
1149-1150. Elementary Biblical Hebrew I and II             ter. Prerequisite: HEB 1154 or instructor consent.          world’s major civilizations during recent centuries with
(149-150) Both semesters. Four credits each semes-              Further grammar study. Practice in composition         particular attention to the modernization of the
ter. Four class periods. Not open for credit to students   involving the use of everyday vocabulary and                traditional cultures of Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
who have had three or more years of Hebrew in high         idiomatic expressions. Readings and films relevant to       CA 1.
school. Students who wish to continue in Hebrew but        Israeli culture and history. With a change in content,      1203.    Women in History
feel ill prepared should contact the head of the Mod-      either or both of these courses may be repeated for         (121) (Also offered as WS 1121.) Either semester.
ern and Classical Languages department.                    credit.                                                     Three credits.
     An introduction to the biblical language for the      3293.    Foreign Study                                          The historical roots of challenges faced by
student with no previous background. Grammar and           (293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by        contemporary women as revealed in the Western and/
drills, using simple texts, prepare the student for        arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of         or non-Western experience: the political, economic,
independent reading of Hebrew Scripture in the original.   Department Head required, normally granted prior to         legal, religious, intellectual, and family life of women.
1151-1152. Elementary Modern Hebrew I and II               the student’s departure. May count toward the major         CA 1. CA 4.
(151-152) Both semesters. Four credits each semes-         with consent of the advisor.                                1206. Living Through War in World History
ter. Four class periods and one 1-hour laboratory              Special topics taken in a foreign study program.        Since 1500
practice. Not open for credit to students who have         3295.    Special Topics                                     (126) Either semester. Three credits. Watson
had three or more years of Hebrew in high school.          (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-            Experiences and perceptions of both military and
     Elementary Hebrew grammar. Drill in                   ment. With a change in content, may be repeated for         civilian participants in different kinds of wars around
pronunciation. Reading of simple texts. Practice in        credit. Prerequisites and recommended preparation           the world over the past 500 years. CA 1. CA 4-INT.
easy conversation.                                         vary.                                                       1300.    Western Traditions before 1500
1153-1154. Intermediate Hebrew I and II                                                                                (100) Either semester. Three credits.
                                                           3298.    Variable Topics
(153-154) Both semesters. Four credits each semes-         (295) Either semester. Three credits. With a change in          An analysis of the traditions and changes which
ter. Four class periods and one 1-hour laboratory prac-    topic, may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites and        have shaped Western political institutions, economic
tice. Prerequisite: HEB 1152 or the equivalent.            recommended preparation vary.                               systems, social structures and culture in ancient and
     Review of elementary Hebrew grammar. Graded                                                                       medieval times. CA 1.
composition and translation. Intensive and extensive       3299.    Independent Study
reading. Oral practice in the language. The basic          (299) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by        1400.    Modern Western Traditions
structure patterns of Hebrew.                              arrangement. Open only with consent of instructor.          (101) Either semester. Three credits.
                                                           With a change in content, may be repeated for credit.           History of political institutions, economic systems,
1193.    Foreign Study                                                                                                 social structures, and cultures in the modern Western
(193) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by       Study Abroad in Israel. Students may spend a                world. CA 1.
arrangement. May be repeated for credit. Consent of        semester or academic year at Hebrew University in
Department Head required, normally before the              Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa or Ben Gurion Universities.      1501.    United States History to 1877
student’s departure.                                       Students should take at least one semester of Hebrew        (131) Either semester. Three credits. Not open to stu-
    Special topics taken in a foreign study program.       at UConn before studying abroad. The University also        dents who have passed HIST 231 or HIST 231W.
                                                           sponsors an archaelogical excavation at Sepphoris              Surveys political, economic, social, and cultural
3201.    Selected Books of the Hebrew Bible                                                                            developments in American history through the Civil
                                                           during the month of June. This is a six-credit program.
(201) (Also offered as JUDS 3201.) Either semester.                                                                    War and Reconstruction. CA 1.
Three credits. Prerequisite: INTD 3260 or HIST 3301
or HEB 1103, which may be taken concurrently or                                                                        1501W. United States History to 1877
                                                                            Hindi (HIND)                               (131W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
instructor consent. A knowledge of Hebrew is not re-
quired. May be repeated with change of content and         Head of Department: Associate Professor Norma               CA 1.
consent of instructor. Taught in English. May not be          Bouchard                                                 1502.    United States History since 1877
used to meet the foreign language requirement. Miller      Department Office: Room 228, J.H. Arjona Building           (132) Either semester. Three credits. Not open to stu-
    Focuses on a biblical book (or books) and                                                                          dents who have passed HIST 232 or HIST 232W.
                                                           1101-1102 (101-102). Elementary Levels I and II
emphasizes its literary structure and content using                                                                        Surveys political, economic, social, and cultural
modern approaches as well as midrashic and medieval        1103-1104 (103-104). Intermediate Levels I and II
                                                                                                                       developments in American history from 1877 to the
exegesis. Historical and archaeological material           1101 and 1103 are offered in the first semester, and        present. CA 1.
introduced where relevant.                                 1102 and 1104 in the second. Please refer to the Critical
                                                           Languages course descriptions in this publication.          1502W. United States History since 1877
3203.    The Holocaust                                                                                                 (132W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
(203) (Also offered as HIST 3418 and JUDS 3203).           Consult the Program Director in Arjona 228 or at
                                                           norma.bouchard@uconn.edu for more information.              CA 1.
Either semester. Three credits. Taught in English. May
not be used to meet the foreign language requirement.                                                                  1503.    Introduction to American Studies
    Origins, development, and legacy of the Holocaust.                                                                 (165) (Also offered as AMST 1201 and ENGL 1201.)
Topics include the history of modern European anti-                        History (HIST)                              First semester. Three credits. Not open to students who
Semitism, the creation of the Nazi state, the catalytic                                                                have passed INTD 276.
                                                           Head of Department: Professor Shirley Roe                       What is an American? A multi-disciplinary inquiry
role of the Second World War, the actions and atti-        Department Office: Room 121, Wood Hall
tudes of the perpetrators, victims, and bystanders, and                                                                into the diversity of American societies and cultures.
the diverse ways in which scholars and societies have      For major requirements, see the College of Liberal Arts     CA 4.
dealt with the legacy of the Holocaust.                    and Sciences section of this Catalog.
                                                                                                                       1570.    Migrant Workers in Connecticut
3218.    Palestine Under the Greeks and Romans             1100.    The Historian as Detective                         (Also offered as LAMS 1570 and PRLS 1570.) Either
(218) (Also offered as CAMS 3256, HIST 3330, and           (135) Either semester. Three credits.                       semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open only by
JUDS 3218). Either semester. Three credits. Prereq-            Uses historical documents focusing on a single in-      instructor consent. Overmyer-Velázquez
uisite: CAMS 1101 or 1102 or CAMS 3253/HIST                cident in the past to reconstruct what happened and why.        Interdisciplinary honors course on the life and
3301 or HIST 3320 or 3325 or INTD 3260 or HEB              Emphasizes development of historical research skills        work experiences of contemporary Latin American
1103 or JUDS 3202 or instructor consent; open to jun-      such as evaluating evidence, explaining cause and ef-       and Caribbean migrant workers with focus on Con-
iors or higher. Taught in English. May not be used to      fect, and understanding events in their larger social,      necticut. Integrated service learning component. Field
meet the foreign language requirement. Miller              political, cultural, and economic contexts. CA 1.           trips required. CA 1. CA 4.
164     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
1800.    The Roots of Traditional Asia                       3101W. History through Fiction                                  Origins of the 1948 Genocide Convention. Sev-
(106) Either semester. Three credits. Wang                   (295W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        eral case studies of genocide post WWII: Cambodia,
    A survey of the early development and staying            ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.       Rwanda, the former Yugoslavia, and Darfur. Causes
power of the traditional cultures from which the major           What classic novels and other works of fiction          and underlying dynamics of genocide with an empha-
societies of modern Asia have evolved. CA 1.                 reveal about major historical periods and themes in         sis on the international response. Critical evaluation
CA 4-INT.                                                    history. Variable topics. May be offered from an            of military, political, and non-governmental measures
1805. East Asian History Through Hanzi
                                                             American or European perspective. With a change in          to prevent genocidal acts.
Characters                                                   topic, this course may be repeated for credit.
                                                                                                                         3300.   Near Eastern Pre-History
(107) Either semester. Three credits. Wang                   3102.    Topics in Public History                           (212) (Also offered as ANTH 3513.) Second semes-
    East Asian history taught through analysis of se-        Either semester. Three credits. With a change in con-       ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or
lect “hanzi” (Chinese ideographic symbols), focus-           tent, may be repeated for credit. Forbes, Rozwadowski,      higher.
ing on their changing meanings and institutional mani-       Woodward                                                         From the earliest hunter-gatherers to the rise of
festations in different regions over time. CA 1. CA 4-           Introduction to the field of public history; in-depth   the state: the transition from food-gathering to food-
INT.                                                         study and practice of one selected topic in public his-     producing and the development of complex societies
1995.    Special Topics Lecture                              tory, such as exhibit design, oral history, institutional   in the Near East.
(195) Either semester. Credits, prerequisites, and hours     history, or archive management.
                                                                                                                         3301.   Ancient Near East
as determined by the Senate Curricula and Courses            3201.    The History of Human Rights                        (213) (Also offered as CAMS 3253.) Either semester.
Committee. May be repeated for credit with a change          (253) (Also offered as HRTS 3201.) Either semester.         Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
in topic.                                                    Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.         The history of Near Eastern civilization from the
1998.    Varieties of History                                   Case studies in the emergence and evolution of           Neolithic period to the Persian Empire. The birth of
(198) Either semester. Three credits. With a change in       human rights as experience and concept.                     civilization in Mesopotamia and Egypt. The political,
content may be repeated for credit.                          3202.    International Human Rights                         economic, social, and cultural achievements of ancient
   A major topic in history through contemporary             (226) (Also offered as HRTS 3202.) Either semester.         Near Eastern peoples.
sources and historical interpretations.                      Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.     3320.   Ancient Greece
2100.    The Historian’s Craft                               Omara-Otunnu                                                (214) (Also offered as CAMS 3254.) Either semester.
(211) Either semester. Three credits. Open only to his-          Historical and theoretical survey of the evolution      Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
tory majors.                                                 of human rights since 1945.                                 Caner
    Learning critical reading, thinking and writing          3203.    History of the Family                                 The history of Greece from Minoan and
skills by interpreting a variety of primary sources.         (209) (Also offered as HDFS 3423.) Either semester.         Mycenaean times into the Hellenistic period with
                                                             Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.     special emphasis on the Fifth Century and the Golden
2206.    History of Science                                                                                              Age of Athens.
(206) (Also offered as SCI 2206.) First semester. Three          Pre-industrial and industrial family life in Western
credits. Roe                                                 society since the Middle Ages, with emphasis on the         3325.   Ancient Rome
     Development of modern science and technology            changes in demography, family size and structure,           (216) (Also offered as CAMS 3255.) Either semester.
in relation to culture, politics, and social issues. CA 1.   family economy, social expectations, sex roles,             Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
                                                             sexuality, and affective bonds.                             Caner
2240.    History of War in the Modern World                                                                                  From the beginning of Rome to the reign of
(225) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended            3204. Science and Social Issues in the Modern
                                                             World                                                       Justinian. The growth of the Roman Republic and
preparation: HIST 1400. Dintenfass                                                                                       Empire. Roman civilization and its influence upon
   Selected topics analyzing the interactions of             (207) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                             Open to juniors or higher. Roe                              later history.
warfare, military theories and practice with social,
economic and technological developments since 1815.             Social context of science in the United States and       3330.   Palestine Under the Greeks and Romans
                                                             Europe since 1850. Genetics and eugenics; ecology           (218) (Also offered as CAMS 3256, HEB 3218, and
2401.    Europe in the Nineteenth Century                    and the environment; nuclear issues; gender, race,          JUDS 3218.) Either semester. Three credits. Prereq-
(228) First semester. Three credits. Recommended             and science. CA 4.                                          uisite: CAMS 1101 or 1102 or CAMS 3253/HIST
preparation: HIST 1400.                                                                                                  3301 or HIST 3320 or 3325 or INTD 3260 or HEB
   Examines the Restoration, the mid-century                 3204W. Science and Social Issues in the Modern
                                                             World                                                       1103 or JUDS 3202 or instructor consent; open to jun-
revolutions, and the forces of nationalism, liberalism       (207W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;             iors or higher. Miller
and imperialism. New social and economic                     open to juniors or higher. CA 4.                                The political, historical and religious currents in
movements and currents of thought are described and                                                                      Greco-Roman Palestine. Includes the Jewish Revolts,
explored. CA 1.                                              3205. Personality and Power in the Twentieth
                                                             Century                                                     sectarian developments, the rise of Christianity and
2401W. Europe in the Nineteenth Century                      (291) Second semester. Three credits.                       the Talmudic academies.
(228W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                  Dynamic leadership in historical crises, including,     3335.   The Early Christian Church
Recommended preparation: HIST 1400. CA 1.                    for example, Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, Hitler,          (257) (Also offered as CAMS 3250.) Either semester.
2402.    Europe in the Twentieth Century                     DeGaulle, Kennedy, and Mao.                                 Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
(229) Either semester. Three credits. Recommended            3206.    Black Experience in the Americas                   Recommended preparation: HIST 3325/CAMS 3255
preparation: HIST 1400.                                      (266) (Also offered as AFAM 3206). Either semester.         or HIST 3330/CAMS 3256. Caner
    Twentieth Century Europe and its world                   Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.         The evolution of Christian institutions, leadership
relationships in the era of two world wars, the great        Recommended preparation: AFAM/HIST/HRTS                     and doctrines in the Roman Empire ca. 50-451 C.E.
depression, and the cold war. CA 1.                          3563; AFAM/HIST 3564, 3620; or HIST/LAMS                    Topics may include gnosticism, prophecy, martyrdom,
                                                             3609. Pappademos                                            asceticism, pilgrimage, heresy, orthodoxy.
2402W. Europe in the Twentieth Century
(229W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                  Major themes in recent scholarship of African-          3340.   World of Late Antiquity
Recommended preparation: HIST 1400. CA 1.                    descended communities in the Americas and their             (217) (Also offered as CAMS 3243.) Either semester.
                                                             interconnection beyond geopolitical boundaries; race,       Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
3100W. Biography as History
                                                             gender, class, religion, cultural movements and             Caner
(292W) Second semester. Three credits. Two class pe-         practices, slavery, political economy, political
riods of 75 minutes. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011                                                                         The profound social and cultural changes that
                                                             movements, and African consciousness, from                  redefined the cities, frontiers, and economies of the
or 3800.                                                     historical perspective.
    What the lives of significant individuals reveal                                                                     classical world and led to the Middle Ages.
about major historical periods and themes. Variable          3207. Genocide after the Second World War                   Developments in the eastern and western
topics.                                                      (Also offered as HRTS 3207.) Second semester. Three         Mediterranean lands between the second and seventh
                                                             credits. Recommended preparation: HIST/HRTS                 centuries, including neo-Platonism, the spread of
                                                             3201. Gilligan                                              Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism, and Islam.
                                                                                                                                             HISTORY                          165
3350.    Byzantium                                              The construction of gender difference and ideas          3460.    Italy 1250-1600
(250) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         about sexuality in western Europe since 1789.                (267) Either semester. Three credits. Gouwens
Open to juniors or higher.                                  Masculinity and femininity; sexuality, identity and the          Italy from the triumph of the city-state and the
   A survey of the major developments from the              state; European power and personhood in global               popolo grosso to the end of the Renaissance. The
fourth through the fifteenth centuries: religious           context.                                                     complex interrelationship between society and culture
controversies, the theme system, the Crusades,                                                                           will be the focus of study.
                                                            3418.    The Holocaust
Byzantine civilization, its law, art, literature, and its                                                                3463. The Modernization of Italy from 1815 to
impact upon European and Russian civilization.              (202) (Also offered as HEB 3203 and JUDS 3203).
                                                            Either semester. Three credits.                              Present
3360.    Early Middle Ages                                      Origins, development, and legacy of the Holocaust.       (269) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(219) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open     Topics include the history of modern European anti-          Open to juniors or higher. Davis
to juniors or higher. Olson                                 Semitism, the creation of the Nazi state, the catalytic          The modernization of Italy’s traditional
    The decline of Rome, rise of Christianity, the          role of the Second World War, the actions and atti-          sociopolitical and economic structure;
barbarian invasions and kingdoms, culminating in the        tudes of the perpetrators, victims, and bystanders, and      Industrialization, unification, the liberal regime,
civilizations of the Carolingian Empire, of Byzantium,      the diverse ways in which scholars and societies have        fascism, and the republic.
and of Islam.                                               dealt with the legacy of the Holocaust.                      3470.    Medieval and Imperial Russia to 1855
3361.    The High Middle Ages                               3420.    English History to 1603                             (251) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
(220) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         (261) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:           to juniors or higher.
Open to juniors or higher. Olson                            Open to juniors or higher. Kane                                  The development of Russia from the emergence
    The history of Europe from the tenth through the             A survey of English history from its origin to the      of the Slavs to the reign of Alexander II. Russian
fourteenth centuries. The development and expansion         close of the Tudor period. Emphasis is placed on the         political institutions, orthodoxy and cultural traditions,
of European civilization, the revival of a money            development of the English nation and the growth of          nobility, peasantry, and townsmen.
economy and town life, the development of feudal            its culture. Recommended to majors in English.               3471.    History of Russia Since 1855
monarchy, the conflict of Empire and Papacy, the                                                                         (252) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                            3421.    History of Modern England
Crusades.                                                                                                                Open to juniors or higher. Recommended Preparation:
                                                            (262) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
3370.    The Renaissance                                    Open to juniors or higher. Watson                            HIST 3470.
(271) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open         Cultural, political, economic, and intellectual              Continuation of HIST 3470. Late imperial Russia,
to juniors or higher. Gouwens                               development of modern Britain, with special emphasis         the former Soviet Union, and contemporary Russia.
    Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.       on changing ideas of national identity.                      3502. Colonial America: Native Americans,
3371.    The Reformation                                    3426. Social and Economic History of Modern                  Slaves, and Settlers, 1492-1760
(272) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         Britain                                                      (243) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
Open to juniors or higher.                                  (264) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open      Open to juniors or higher. Dayton
    Europe in the sixteenth century with emphasis on        to juniors or higher. Watson                                     The legacy of Columbus, creative survival of
religious developments, rise of the modern state, birth         The change from an agrarian to an industrial             native Americans in the face of disease and warfare,
of science, expansion of Europe, and the Commercial         society.                                                     religious utopianism and the profit motive in
Revolution.                                                                                                              colonization. The growth of a distinctive Anglo-
                                                            3430.    History of Ireland                                  American political culture, gender and family relations,
3400.    Europe in the Seventeenth Century                  (265) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          and the entrenchment of a racial caste system.
(273) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open     Open to juniors or higher. Kane
to juniors or higher.                                           History of Ireland, with emphasis on the modern          3502W. Colonial America: Native Americans,
    Conflict of constitutionalism and absolutism,           period. The rise of Irish nationalism, the Irish Literary    Slaves, and Settlers, 1492-1760
colonial expansion and rivalry, development of              Revival, and the problems of Northern Ireland.               (243W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;
science, and the age of reason, the age of the baroque,                                                                  open to juniors or higher.
                                                            3440.    France Since 1715
the age of Louis XIV.                                       (279) Second semester. Three credits. Schafer                3504.    The American Revolution
3401.    Europe in the Eighteenth Century                       The disintegration of the monarchical synthesis prior    (244) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(274) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         to and during the French Revolution; the attempts to         Open to juniors or higher. Brown
Open to juniors or higher.                                  harmonize French society under subsequent regimes.               Creation of the United States of America from the
   Intellectual, political, and socioeconomic                                                                            beginnings of the independence movement through
                                                            3450.    Germany from the Reformation to 1815                the adoption of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
developments in Europe from 1713 to 1789.                   (255) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
3412. Intellectual and Social History of Europe             to juniors or higher.                                        3510.    Civil War America
in the Nineteenth Century                                       A political and cultural survey of German history        (236) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(258) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open     with topical emphasis on the Reformation, the religious      Open to juniors or higher. Waller
to juniors or higher. Lansing                               wars, the Age of Enlightenment, the rise of                      The social, economic and cultural forces that
    The thought and feeling of Europeans in their           Brandenburg-Prussia, Germany during the                      shaped the Civil War and its aftermath. Sectional
social context.                                             revolutionary era.                                           conflict, industrialization, reform and abolitionism,
                                                                                                                         race relations, and class, gender and constitutional
3412W. Intellectual and Social History of Europe            3451.    Germany Since 1815                                  issues from the 1830s to the 1880s.
in the Nineteenth Century                                   (256) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
(258W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;             Open to juniors or higher. Lansing                           3516.    Rise of U.S. Global Power
open to juniors or higher.                                      A study of German political, social, and intellectual    (249) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                            history since the Napoleonic Wars. This course also          Open to juniors or higher. Costigliola
3413. Intellectual and Social History of Europe                                                                              The people and ideas that powered the growth of
in the Twentieth Century                                    considers European and world problems as reflected
(259) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         in the emergence of Germany as a pivotal force in            America’s global empire. Emphasis on the world wars,
Open to juniors or higher. Lansing                          international affairs.                                       the Cold War, the Vietnam War, intervention in Latin
    The thought and feeling of Europeans in their so-                                                                    America, and the global economy.
                                                            3456. The Habsburg Monarchy and Its Peoples,
cial context.                                               1740-1918                                                    3520. Social and Cultural History of
                                                            (254) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          Connecticut and New England
3413W. Intellectual and Social History of Europe                                                                         (227) Either semester. Three credits. Either 3520
in the Twentieth Century                                    Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:
(259W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;             HIST 1400.                                                   or 3522, but not both, may be counted for credit to-
open to juniors or higher.                                      The rise and fall of the multinational, dynastic state   ward the History major. Baldwin, Clark, Woodward
                                                            of the Habsburgs, with emphasis upon those forces                Race, class, gender, religion, politics, and economy
3416.    Gender and Sexuality in Modern Europe                                                                           in New England. Interpretations of the region’s culture
                                                            which sustained it through the nineteenth century and
(208) (Also offered as WS 3416.) Either semester.                                                                        from the 1600’s through the 1800’s. Introduces
                                                            those which brought its collapse in 1918.
Three credits. Schafer                                                                                                   accessible primary sources and interpretive issues at
                                                                                                                         public history sites.
166     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
3522.    History of Connecticut                            3554. Immigrants and the Shaping of American                3568. Hip-Hop, Politics and Youth Culture in
(239) First semester in odd-numbered years. Three          History                                                     America
credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher. Either   (247) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:         (260) (Also offered as AFAM 3568.) Either semester.
3520 or 3522, but not both, may be counted for credit      Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:         Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
toward the History major.                                  One course in American History. Chang                       Ogbar
    A survey of Connecticut’s history from 1633 to             The origins of immigration to the United States             History of hip-hop, its musical antecedents and its
the present from a constitutional and political            and the interaction of immigrants with the social,          role in popular culture. Race, class, and gender are
perspective.                                               political, and economic life of the nation after 1789,      examined as well as hip-hop’s role in popular political
                                                           with emphasis on such topics as nativism, assimilation,     discourse.
3530.    Asian-American Experience Since 1850
                                                           and the “ethnic legacy.”                                    3570.    American Indian History
(294) (Also offered as AASI 3578.) Either semester.
Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.    3555.    Work and Workers in American Society               (237) Either semester. Three credits. Shoemaker
Wang                                                       (242) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:             Surveys American Indian history in what is now
   Survey of Asian-American experiences in the             Open to juniors or higher.                                  the United States from precolumbian times up to the
United States since 1850. Responses by Asian-                  Changes in work from the 17th through the 20th          present. Cultural diversity among Indian peoples, the
Americans to both opportunities and discrimination.        centuries. Workers’ experiences, ideologies, and            effects of European contact, tribal sovereignty, and
                                                           activities as shaped by gender, race/ethnicity, region,     other current issues. CA 4.
3531.    Japanese Americans and World War II
                                                           occupation, and industry.                                   3575.    Latinos/as and Human Rights
(268) (Also offered as AASI 3531.) First semester.
Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.    3555W. Work and Workers in American Society                 (284) (Also offered as HRTS 3221 and PRLS 3221.)
Buckley                                                    (242W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;             Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to
   The events leading to martial law and executive         open to juniors or higher.                                  juniors or higher. Overmyer-Velázquez, Silvestrini
order 9066, the wartime experience of Japanese             3556W. History Workshop: Topics in American                     Latino/a issues related to human, civil and cultural
Americans, and national consequences. CA 1. CA 4.          Society and Culture                                         rights, and gender differences.
3540.    American Environmental History                    (240W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        3607.    Latin America in the Colonial Period
(230) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.       (281) (Also offered as LAMS 3607.) First semester.
Open to juniors or higher. Rozwadowski, Shoemaker,         May be repeated for credit with a change of topic.          Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to sophomores or
Woodward                                                       Techniques of primary historical research based         higher. Spalding
    Transformations of the North American                  on collaborative research and writing on a topic                Pre-Columbian Civilization in America, the epoch
environment: the effects of human practices and            selected by the instructor.                                 of conquest and settlement, together with a study of
policies, varying ideas about nature across cultures and   3560. Constructions of Race, Gender, and                    the Ibero-Indian cultural synthesis which forms the
time periods, and the rise of environmental                Sexuality in U.S. History                                   basis of modern Latin American civilization.
movements.                                                 (Also offered as WS 3560.) Either semester. Three           3608W. The Hispanic World in the Ages of
3540W. American Environmental History                      credits. Not open for credit to students who have           Reason and Revolution
(230W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;            passed HIST 3995 when taught as Constructions of            (283W) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
open to juniors or higher.                                 Race, Gender, and Sexuality in U.S. History. McElya         ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.
                                                               Examination of historical development, intercon-        Recommended preparation: HIST 3607. Silvestrini
3541.    The History of Urban America                      nections, and complexities of conceptions of race, gen-
(241) (Also offered as URBN 3541.) Either semester.                                                                       The transformation of Spanish America from the
                                                           der, and sexuality in U.S. from European conquest to        Bourbons in 1700, through the wars of independence
Three credits. Baldwin                                     the present.
   The development of Urban America with emphasis                                                                      and the struggle to build stable national states in the
on social, political, physical, and environmental          3561. History of Women and Gender in Early                  Nineteenth Century.
                                                           America
change in the industrial city.                                                                                         3609.    Latin America in the National Period
                                                           (210) (Also offered as WS 3561.) Either semester.           (282) (Also offered as LAMS 3609.) Either semester.
3541W. The History of Urban America                        Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.     Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to sophomores or
(241W) (Also offered as URBN 3541W.) Prerequi-                 Compares the evolving gender systems of native
site: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.                                                                                       higher. Silvestrini
                                                           American groups, transplanted Africans, and immigrant           Representative countries in North, Central, and
3544.    Atlantic Voyages                                  Europeans up to the early Nineteenth Century. Topics        South America and the Caribbean together with the
(245) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        include women’s work, marriage and divorce, witch-          historic development of inter-American relations
Open to juniors or higher.                                 hunting, masculinity, and women’s Revolutionary War         and contemporary Latin American problems. CA 1.
   Seafaring and society since the age of Columbus.        roles.                                                      CA 4-INT.
Emphasis on the Anglo-American experience.                 3562. History of Women and Gender in the
                                                                                                                       3610.    Latin America and the Great Powers
                                                           United States, 1850-Present
3550. Constitutional History of the United
                                                           (215) (Also offered as WS 3562.) Either semester.           (275) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
States                                                                                                                 to juniors or higher.
(235) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
                                                               History of gender and the lives and cultural repre-         Great power diplomatic, commercial, and cultural
Open to juniors or higher.                                                                                             relations with Latin America from the end of the
    The Constitution and the Supreme Court in relation     sentations of women in the U.S., emphasizing inter-
                                                           sections with race, sexuality, class, region, and nation.   colonial period to the present. Emphasis on the United
to the political, economic, and intellectual history of                                                                States and Great Britain.
the United States.                                         3563.    African American History to 1865
                                                                                                                       3620. Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Spanish
3551.    Topics in U.S. Legal History                      (238) (Also offered as HRTS 3563 and AFAM 3563).            Caribbean
(248) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        Either semester. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.   (285) (Also offered as AFAM 3620.) Either semester.
Open to juniors or higher. With change in content, may     Three credits. Ogbar                                        Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
be repeated for credit. Dayton                                 History of African-American people to 1865, from        Pappademos, Silvestrini
    Introduction to legal culture and appellate case       their West African roots, to their presence in colonial        Discovery and settlement, slavery and plantation
materials from the eighteenth through the twentieth        America, through enslavement and emancipation.              economy, recent political and economic developments,
centuries. Topics include: child custody and family law,   Adaptation and resistance to their conditions in North      and United States relations with the Spanish
the courts’ role in industrial development, the law of     America. Contributions by black people to the               Caribbean.
slavery and freedom in the North, and various aspects      development of the United States.
                                                                                                                       3621.    Cuba in Local and Global Perspective
of civil rights.                                           3564.    African American History Since 1865                Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to
3551W. Topics in U.S. Legal History                        (246) (Also offered as AFAM 3564.) Either semester.         juniors or higher. Recommended preparation: HIST
(248W) Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800;            Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.     3607, 3608W, 3609, 3620, 3635.
open to juniors or higher.                                 Ogbar                                                           Major themes in Cuban politics and culture. Lo-
                                                               History of African-American people since the Civil      cal and global perspective. Key topics include race,
                                                           war. Contributions by black people to American              gender, class, cultural movements and practices, sla-
                                                           development. African-American activity in                   very, political economy and movements, nationalism.
                                                           international arenas.
                                                                                                                                              HISTORY                     167
3635. Mexico in the Nineteenth and Twentieth                 3752.    History of Pre-Colonial Africa                    3832.   Modern Japan
Centuries                                                    (222) (Also offered as AFAM 3752.) Either semes-           Either semester. Three credits. Dudden
(280) (Also offered as LAMS 3635.) Either semester.          ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or           Examines the dawn of the modern era to the
Three credits. Recommended preparation: HIST 3607.           higher. Omara-Otunnu,Vernal                                present day in a place we call Japan. In each of our
   The emergence of modern Mexico from                            The history of pre-colonial Africa with particular    readings, we will seek to understand what constitutes,
independence to the present with emphasis on the             attention to the rise and fall of African Kingdoms,        as one scholar put it, “history versus the radiant myth
Revolution of 1910. CA 1. CA 4-INT.                          interaction between different ethnic groups, African       of belonging.”
3640.    Andean Societies                                    trade with other continents, and the impact of             3863.   War and Diplomacy in East Asia
(276) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          foreigners on African societies.                           (289) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open
Open to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation:          3753.    History of Modern Africa                          to juniors or higher. Dudden
HIST 3607 or 3609. Spalding                                  (223) (Also offered as AFAM 3753.) Either semes-               European struggle for power in Asia since 1842,
    History of the geographical and social region            ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or       in the context of the rise of Japan and the reassertion
occupied by the Inca Empire: pre-Columbian cultures,         higher. Omara-Otunnu, Vernal                               of Chinese power.
the period of Spanish colonial rule, and the modern               The history of African perceptions of and             3991.   Supervised Field Work
Andean republics (primarily Ecuador, Peru, and               responses to the abolition of the slave trade, Western
Bolivia).                                                                                                               (201) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
                                                             imperialism and colonialism, and the development of        ment. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher. May be
3643.    Argentina and LaPlata Region                        nationalism and struggle for independence.                 repeated for credit up to a maximum of 12 credits. No
(286) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open      3760.    History of Southern Africa                        more than six credits will count toward the
to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation: HIST          (263) (Formerly offered as HIST 3422.) Either se-          department’s major or minor requirements. Open only
3607 or 3609.                                                mester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to sopho-        with consent of Department Head.
     Colonial heritage, social and economic                  mores or higher. Vernal                                        Internship in applied history.
transformation of Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay,               Survey of Southern African societies with an em-       3993.   Foreign Study
foreign relations and contemporary turmoil.                  phasis on the socio-economic and political structure       (293) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
3660W. History of Migration in Las Américas                  of indigenous societies, the imposition of colonial        arrangement. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.
(233W) (Also offered as LAMS 3660W and PRLS                  rule, gendered experiences of colonialism, colonial        May be repeated for credit. Consent of department
3660W.) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:        economies, the rise of nationalism and post-indepen-       head required, normally to be granted before the
ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800; open to juniors or higher.        dence developments.                                        student’s departure. May count toward the major with
Recommended preparation: LAMS 1190, ANTH 3042,               3770.    History of Pan-Africanism                         consent of the advisor.
HIST 3635, HIST 3609, or HIST 3674/PRLS 3220;                (224) (Also offered as AFAM 3224.) Either semes-           3995.   Special Topics
PRLS 3210. Spanish useful, but not required. Instruc-        ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or
tor consent. Gabany-Guerrero, Overmyer-Velázquez                                                                        (298) Either semester. Credits and hours by arrange-
                                                             higher. Recommended preparation: At least one of           ment. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher. With a
    Applies broad chronological and spatial analy-           the following, HIST 3563, 3564, 3752, or 3753.
ses of origins of migration in the Americas to the                                                                      change of content, may be repeated for credit. Prereq-
                                                             Omara-Otunnu                                               uisites and recommended preparation vary.
experiences of people of Latin American origin in                 The development of ideas of Pan-Africanism,
Connecticut. Addresses a range of topics from the            beginning with the proto-Pan-Africanists in the            3998.   Variable Topics
initial settlement of the Americas to 21st century           nineteenth century; examination of the linkages            (270) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
migrations. CA 1. CA 4.                                      between those ideas in Africa and the evolution of         Open to juniors or higher. With a change in topic, may
                                                             Pan-Africanism as a movement in the African                be repeated for credit. Prerequisites and recommended
3674.    History of Latinos/as in the United States
(278) (Also offered as PRLS 3220.) Either semester.          Diaspora.                                                  preparation vary.
Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.      3808.    East Asia to the Mid-Nineteenth Century           4989.   Directed Research
Overmyer-Velázquez, Silvestrini                              (287) (Also offered as AASI 3808.) First semester.         (296) Either or both semesters. Three credits. Open
    Settlement and growth of Hispanic-origin                 Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.    only to senior history majors.
populations in the United States today, from Spanish         Wang                                                           An introduction to research methods and resources
and Mexican settlement of western United States to              The major problems and issues of traditional            in history.
the growth of Latino communities. Student oral history       Chinese and Japanese history and historiography.           4994W. Senior Seminar
project. CA 1. CA 4.                                         Special emphasis on the “Great Tradition” in ideas of      (297W) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
                                                             both civilizations.                                        HIST 2100; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800. Open only
3704.    Medieval Islamic Civilization to 1700
(204) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open      3809. East Asia Since the Mid-Nineteenth                   to undergraduate history majors in their senior year.
to juniors or higher. Recommended preparation: HIST          Century                                                    With a change in content, may be repeated for credit.
1300 or 1400. Azimi                                          (288) (Also offered as AASI 3809.) Second semes-               These seminars give students the experience of
     The social dynamics of faith, culture, and change       ter. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or       reading critically and in depth in primary and
from the rise of Islam to the Ottoman decline and the        higher. Wang                                               secondary sources, and of developing and defending
Islamic challenge to Greek and Latin Christendom.                 The reactions of East Asia to the Western threat,     a position as an historian does.
                                                             and the rise of Asian nationalism, communism, and          4997W. Senior Thesis in History
3705. The Modern Middle East from 1700 to the                fascism. Special attention to the tensions caused by
Present                                                                                                                 (200W) Either semester. Three credits. Hours by ar-
(205) Second semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:          the conflict of ideas.                                     rangement. Open only to Honors students with con-
Open to juniors or higher. Azimi                             3812.    Modern India                                      sent of instructor and History Honors advisor. Prereq-
     Tradition, change, modernization and development        (277) (Also offered as AASI 3812.) Either semester.        uisite: HIST 2100 and either HIST 4994W or 4999;
in the Middle East from the Ottoman decline and rise of      Three credits. Prerequisite: Open to juniors or higher.    ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 3800.
successor states to the Arab-Israeli and oil crises. CA 1.   Buckley                                                    4999.   Independent Study
CA 4-INT.                                                        An introduction to the history of India from the       (299) Either or both semesters. Credits and hours by
                                                             Mughal and European invasions of the 16th Century          arrangement. Open only with consent of instructor.
3712.    The Middle East Crucible
(290) First semester. Three credits. Prerequisite: Open      to the present. India’s synthesis of Eastern and           With a change in content, may be repeated for credit.
to juniors or higher. Azimi                                  Western culture, traditional and new, will be the focus.
    Twentieth-century issues in the Middle East              3822.    Modern China
heartland with analysis focusing on the Ottoman              (221) Either semester. Three credits. Prerequisite:
heritage, nationalism, Arab-Israeli and other conflicts,     Open to juniors or higher. Wang
Islam, oil, water, rapid sociopolitical change, trends in       Survey of patterns of modern China since 1800.
development, super-power rivalries, and the search for       Topics will include reforms and revolutions,
identity, independence, and peace with justice.              industrialization and urbanization, and family and
                                                             population growth.
168     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
                                                                Taxonomy, identification, ornamental character-            Theory and practice in sexual and asexual propa-
            Horticulture (HORT)                            istics, cultural requirements and landscape use of de-      gation of horticultural plants, emphasizing the ana-
                                                           ciduous and evergreen woody plants most often uti-          tomical, physiological, and ecological principles in-
Head of Department: Professor Mary E. Musgrave             lized in landscapes of the northeastern United States       volved. Laboratories provide practical experience with
Department Office: Room 119, W.B. Young Building           and similar environs.                                       seeds, division, cuttings, budding, grafting, layering
For major requirements, see the College of Agriculture     3420. Woody Plants II: Uncommon Trees,
                                                                                                                       and tissue culture.
and Natural Resources section of this Catalog.             Shrubs and Vines                                            3650.    Plant Micropropagation
1110.    Fundamentals of Horticulture                      (241) Second semester. Three credits. Two class peri-       (292) (Formerly offered as PLSC 292.) First semes-
(101) (Formerly offered as PLSC 101.) Second se-           ods and one 2-hour outdoor laboratory. Taught jointly       ter, odd-numbered years. Three credits. One class pe-
mester. Three credits. Three class periods. Salsedo        with SAPL 420. Prerequisite: HORT 3410. Brand               riod and two 2-hour laboratory periods. Prerequisite:
    Science and practice of horticultural plant                 Taxonomy, identification, ornamental character-        CHEM 1122 or 1127 and consent of instructor.
propagation and culture. Basic concepts of plant           istics, cultural requirements and landscape use of un-      McAvoy
structure, growth and function. Integrated pest            common, unusual and rare deciduous and evergreen                 The use of aseptic techniques for the
management. Impact of new technology. Horticulture         woody plants utilized in landscapes of the northeast-       micropropagation of plants of economic interest.
and the environment.                                       ern United States and similar environs.                     Laboratory techniques covered include rapid
2092. Practicum in Staging Horticultural                   3530.    Advanced Floral Design                             propogation of plants in vitro, meristem culture for
Materials                                                  (235) (Formerly offered as PLSC 235.) Second se-            the elimination of diseases, somaclonal variation,
First semester. One credit. Hours by arrangement.          mester. Two credits. Taught concurrently with SAPL          somatic embryogenesis and media preparation. A fee
Open only with consent of instructor. This course may      530. One class period and one 2-hour lab. Not open          of $50 is charged for this course.
be repeated once for credit. Brand                         for credit to graduate students. Prerequisite: HORT         3660.    Nursery Production
    Organization and staging of horticultural exhibits     2520.                                                       (240) (Formerly offered as PLSC 240.) Second se-
and contests suitable for trade exhibits, fairs, garden        In-depth study of post-harvest requirements for         mester. Three credits. Two class periods and one 2-
clubs, and community projects.                             specialized floral crops. Exposure to novel floral          hour laboratory period. Taught jointly with SAPL
2430.    Herbaceous Ornamental Plants
                                                           materials and abstract, tribute, high-style, and wedding    660. Lubell
(231) (Formerly offered as PLSC 231.) Second se-           designs. Retail price structuring, wire services, and          Principles of field and container production of
mester. Three credits. Taught jointly with SAPL 430.       mass-production concepts. A fee of $75 is charged           nursery stock. Emphasis on production practices for
Not open for credit to graduate students. Kuzovkina        for this course.                                            woody nursery stock from propagule to sale.
     Identification, nomenclature, cultural requirements   3540.    Garden Center Management                           3670.    Greenhouse Technology and Operations
and landscape uses of herbaceous perennials,               (244) (Formerly offered as PLSC 244.) Second semes-         (225) (Formerly offered as PLSC 225.) First semes-
ornamental grasses, ferns, annuals and bulbs. Study        ter. Three credits. Taught concurrently with SAPL 540.      ter. Four credits. Three class periods and one 2-hour
of live plants is required.                                Not open for credit to graduate students. Bonelli           laboratory period. Field trips required. Elliott
2520.    Floral Art
                                                                Fundamentals related to horticultural specialty             Introduction to greenhouse systems with emphasis
(230) (Formerly offered as PLSC 230.) Second se-           businesses with particular emphasis on the retail and       on structures, environmental control, root media,
mester. Two credits. One class period and one 2-hour       contracting areas. Specialty and mass merchandising         irrigation and fertilization, and pest control, in relation
studio period. Taught jointly with SAPL 520.               firms are considered and compared.                          to requirements for plant growth and crop production.
    The study of flower arrangement as an art form         3560.    Indoor Plants and Interiorscaping                  Laboratories provide experience in greenhouse
with emphasis on historical background, artistic           Second semester, odd years. Three credits. Taught           operations and crop production.
principles, color harmony and care of perishable           jointly with SAPL 560. Kuzovkina                            3675.    Greenhouse Crop Production I
media. Individual expression is encouraged in the               Taxonomy, identification, ornamental character-        (226) (Formerly offered as PLSC 226.) Second se-
creation of floral composition. A fee of $75 is charged    istics, cultural requirements and use of tropical plants.   mester. Three credits. Two class periods and one 2-
for this course.                                           Principles of interiorscaping in the home, office, pub-     hour laboratory period. Field trips required. Prerequi-
2560W. Written Communication in Horticulture
                                                           lic buildings, and related locations.                       site: HORT 3670. Taught jointly with SAPL 675. Not
First semester. One credit. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010        3575.    Pesticide Safety and Management                    open for credit to graduate students. Elliott
or 1011 or 3800. Corequisite: HORT 2092. Lubell            (286) (Formerly offered as PLSC 286.) Second se-                Environmental and cultural requirements and
    Writing as a component of communicating facts          mester. Two credits. Taught jointly with SAPL 850.          scheduling of major greenhouse crops, exclusive of
and opinions in the theory and practice of Horticul-       Not open to graduate students.                              edible produce. Emphasis on cut flowers and flowering
ture. Effective use of text in conjunction with images         Pesticide application equipment, pesticide safety       potted plants and bedding and garden plants produced
and displays. Assignments will reflect forms of writ-      and toxicity, equipment calibration, pesticide              for spring and early summer markets. Laboratories
ing commonly encountered by professional horticul-         poisoning, first aid and crop worker protection             provide experience in crop production.
turists, including descriptive brochures, point of pur-    standards. Managing pesticides to increase safety for       3710.    Design of Small Spaces
chase horticultural information, articles for mass me-     applicators and the environment, and increasing             (202) (Formerly offered as PLSC 202.) Second se-
dia, extension bulletins, and technical manuals. Writ-     effectiveness using principles of Integrated Pest           mester. Two credits. One class period and one 2-hour
ing assignments will be linked to the corequisite HORT     Management.                                                 studio. Prerequisites: LAND 2110 and LAND 2210.
2092.                                                                                                                  Not open to Landscape Architecture majors.
                                                           3620.    Vegetable Production
2750.    Landscape Plant Maintenance                       (212) (Formerly offered as PLSC 212.) First semes-              Studio-based course emphasizing the acquisition
(245) (Formerly offered as PLSC 245.) Second se-           ter. Four credits. Three class periods and one 2-hour       of skills necessary for the landscape design for small
mester. Three credits. Recommended preparation:            field laboratory period. Taught jointly with SAPL 620.      spaces. The skills will include: visualization methods,
BIOL 1110. Taught jointly with SAPL 750. Elliott           Field trips required. Not open for credit to graduate       methodology in design process, derivation of basic
    Planting, establishment and maintenance of woody       students. Berkowitz                                         forms and planting design.
and herbaceous plants in built and managed                      Fundamentals of soil management and crop plant         3760.    Urban Horticulture
environments. Plant structural and functional              husbandry as applied to commercial vegetable                (276) First semester. Three credits. Two class periods
requirements. Preserving and protecting established        production and home gardening. Horticultural                and one 2-hour laboratory. Recommended preparation:
plants. Soil conditions and modification. Influence of     principles of crop growth. Focus is on sustainable          HORT 2750. Field trips may be required. Kuzovkina
climate and modification of microclimate. Plant            practices. Field laboratory will consist of field trips         Opportunities for the use of plants to enhance ur-
selection. Pruning, mulching, water and irrigation,        (some outside designated laboratory time) during the        ban-suburban environments. Environmental stresses
nutrition and fertilization, plant health care and other   early part of the semester to organic and conventional      and challenges to successful establishment of plants.
horticultural practices.                                   farms to observe production and marketing practices.        Principles of sustainable landscapes and ecological en-
3410. Woody Plants I: Common Trees, Shrubs                 3640.    Plant Propagation                                  hancement. Selection and effective use of plants in
and Vines                                                  (238) (Formerly offered as PLSC 238.) Second se-            different situations. Special management situations
First semester. Three credits. Taught jointly with SAPL    mester. Three credits. Two class periods and one 2-         and novel horticultural practices including green roofs,
410. Two class periods and one 2-hour outdoor labo-        hour laboratory period. Not open for credit to gradu-       rain gardens, phytoremediation, and brownfield rec-
ratory. Recommended preparation: BIOL 1110. Brand          ate students. Taught jointly with SAPL 640. Brand           lamation.

				
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