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                       HORTICULTURE TECHNOLOGY (HORT)*                          26030 Turf Grass Management (3)                          33020 Legal Issues in the Hospitality Industry (3)
                       16001 Introduction to Horticulture (1)                   Basic principles of turf management. This course         Overview and analysis of legal issues of concern to
                       The history and development of the various horticul-     covers turf equipment and the safe use of equip-         the hospitality operation. Topics include: employ-
                       tural and related industries throughout the United       ment commonly found in the turf industry. Lecture        ment law; food and beverage liabilities; patron civil
                       States and their relationship. Lecture 1 hour weekly;    2 hours; lab 3 hours weekly; course offered only at      rights, local, state, and federal regulations; and fran-
                       offered only at the Salem Campus. Prerequisite: None.    the Salem Campus. Prerequisites: BSCI 16001, and         chising. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
                                                                                HORT 16001 and CHEM 16001; corequisite: HORT
                                                                                26031.
                       26001 Occupational Regulations and Safety (2)                                                                     33026     Hospitality Food Service Cost Control
                       Presentation of the basic standards, rules, safety                                                                          and Analysis (5)
                       regulations and laws pertaining to horticultural and     26031      Cooperative Work Experience in Turf           Prepares students to analyze and control costs
                       related industries which will affect the work atmos-                Grass Management (3)                          encountered in a food service operation. Includes
                       phere. Lecture 2 hours weekly; offered only at the       Cooperative work program through which the skills        math drills, simulations and computer applications.
                       Salem Campus. Prerequisites: BSCI 16001 and              necessary to perform professionally in this occupa-      Prerequisites: M&IS 24053, ACCT 23020 and HM
                       HORT 16001.                                              tion will be acquired. This course offered only at the   13023; or permission.
                                                                                Salem Campus. Requires a minimum of 30 hours
                                                                                per week of work experience. Not more than 9 semes-
                       26010 Arboriculture (3)                                  ter hours in this or a combination of other work expe-   33028 Hospitality Food Service Purchasing (3)
                       Basics of pruning and tree climbing techniques.          rience classes will be allowed. S/U grading; IP          Emphasis on the selection of purchasing of food for
                       This course covers the equipment and safe use of         permissible. Prerequisite: corequisite: HORT 26030.      quantity production. Stresses identifying, grading and
                       equipment commonly found in the arboricultural                                                                    quality standards of food. Prerequisites: HM 23023.
                       industry. Lecture 2 hours weekly; lab 3 hours week-
                       ly; offered only at the Salem Campus. Prerequisites:     HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (HM)
                       BSCI 16001 and HORT 16001 and CHEM 16001;                13022      Sanitation and Safety Principles and          33029     Catering and Banquet Preparation and
                       corequisite HORT 26011.                                             Practices (3)                                           Service (5)
                                                                                Safety and sanitation practices pertinent to food ser-   Combines theoretical and practical applications of
                                                                                vice. Emphasis is on laws, food microbiology, storage    planning, merchandising, costing, producing and
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                       26011      Cooperative Work Experience in Tree           practices and accident prevention. Prerequisite: None.   serving catered meals. Prerequisite: HM 33026.
                                  Care (3)                                                                                               Special fee: $5/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       Cooperative work program through which the skills
                       necessary to perform professionally in this occupa-      13023 Techniques of Food Production I (5)
                       tion will be acquired. This course offered only at the   Introduction to quantity food production. Includes       33030 Hotel Front Office Operations (3)
                       Salem Campus. Requires a minimum of 30 hours             work simplification, equipment usage, safety, sani-      The course provides students with the knowledge to
                       per week of work experience. Not more than 9 semes-      tation, recipe and yield analysis. Salads, soups,        organize, perform and evaluate the front office func-
                       ter hours in this or a combination of other work expe-   sauces, vegetable, milk, cheese and egg prepara-         tions that are critical to hotel/lodging/resort opera-
                       rience classes will be allowed. S/U grading; IP          tion. Prerequisite: Majors or permission.                tions. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
                       permissible. Prerequisite: corequisite: HORT 26010.

                                                                                13024     Introduction to Hospitality                    41093      Variable Topic Workshop in Hospitality
                       26020 Landscape Management (3)                                     Management (2)                                            Management (1-3)
                       Basic principles of landscape management. This           Career opportunities and the scope, development          Workshop setting dealing with a topic or topics in
                       course covers equipment and safe use of equipment        and history of the hospitality industry. Introduction    hospitality management. Learning experiences are
                       commonly found in the landscape industry. Lecture        to management in the hospitality industry including      provided in a wide range of areas. S/U grading. Pre-
                       2 hours weekly; lab 3 hours weekly; course offered       food service, lodging and tourism. Prerequisite:         requisite: None.
                       only at the Salem Campus. Prerequisite: BSCI             None. Special fee: $5/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       16001 and HORT 16001 and CHEM 16001; corequi-
                       site: HORT 26021.                                                                                                 41095      Special Topics in Hospitality
                                                                                23012 Food Study (3)                                                Management (1-4)
                                                                                Principles of food preparation and quality evaluation    Discussion of a major topic within a specific field of
                       26021      Cooperative Work Experience in                with consideration of nutritive value and retention.     hospitality management. Prerequisite: None.
                                  Landscape Management (3)                      One hour of lecture and 4 hours of lab. (Note: nutri-
                       Cooperative work program through which the skills        tion and dietetics majors should take CHEM 10060,
                       necessary to perform professionally in this occupa-      10061 and 20481; students in other majors should         41096 Individual Investigation (1-3)
                       tion will be acquired. This course offered only at the   take CHEM 10050 and 10052 as prerequisites for           Independent study in hospitality management. Pre-
                       Salem Campus. Requires a minimum of 30 hours             this course.) Prerequisite: NUTR 23511. Special fee:     requisite: Written permission from instructor.
                       per week of work experience. Not more than 9             $5.75/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       semester hours in this or a combination of other
                       work experience will be allowed. S/U grading; IP                                                                  43027      Management Operations in the
                       permissible. Prerequisite: corequisite: HORT 26020.      23023 Techniques of Food Production II (4)                          Hospitality Industry (5)
                                                                                Quantity food production. Includes equipment usage,      Explores marketing and management principles
                                                                                safety, sanitation, baked goods, meat, fish, seafood     applicable to the hospitality industry through case
                                                                                and poultry. Prerequisite: HM 13022 and 13023.           analysis. Emphasis is upon innovative approaches
                                                                                                                                         and applications to problem solving of current
                                                                                                                                         issues in the industry. Prerequisite: HM 33026 and
                                                                                                                                         M&IS 24163; or permission. This course may be
                                                                                                                                         used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-
                                                                                                                                         tion requirement with approval of major department.
                                                                                                                                                        HM         HST        445




43030 Food Service Systems Management (3)                  24095     Special Topics in Human Development           44021 Family Intervention Across the Lifespan (3)
The study of food service systems management,                        and Family Studies (1-4)                      Evaluation of research and theoretical models in the
including menu planning and evaluation, recipe             Discussion of a major topic within human develop-       area of family intervention. Focus on strategies for
development, purchasing, equipment, financial              ment or family studies. Prerequisite: HDFS 24011 or     assisting families in coping with a variety of critical
management, marketing and human resources. Pre-            permission.                                             issues over the family life cycle. Prerequisite:
requisite: HM 23012 or permission.                                                                                 Human development and family studies majors only
                                                                                                                   or permission.
                                                           25512 Management of Family Resources (3)
43031     Layout and Design of Food Service                Management as applied to families and profession-
          Operations (3)                                   als. Prerequisite: HDFS 24011.                          44022 Changing Roles of Men and Women (3)
Emphasizes food service equipment, selection and                                                                   A study of roles of men and women, past, present
maintenance. Develops skills in kitchen layout and                                                                 and future. Prerequisite: Human development and
design as it applies to productivity. Prerequisites:       34013 Development in Infancy (3)                        family studies majors only or permission or SOC
HM 13023, 23023 or equivalent.                             Study of genetic influences, prenatal development       12050.
                                                           and birth, and the developmental characteristics of
                                                           the infant and toddler. Prerequisites: HDFS 14027
43032      Food Production and Service                     and 24012.                                              44023 Building Family Strengths (3)
           Management (3)                                                                                          The Building Family Strengths Model builds upon
The application of management principles in food                                                                   family life potential; based on extensive research
production and service systems, including produc-          35511 Consumer Issues in Today’s Society (3)            emphasizing identified family strengths. Prerequi-
tion management, quality control, distribution and         Study of characteristics of consumer families and       site: Human development and family studies majors
service and physical facilities. A laboratory is includ-   the influence of economic, social and legal trends on   only or permission.
ed in the course. Prerequisite: HM 23012, 43030.           consumer issues and problems. Prerequisite: human
                                                           development and family studies majors only or per-
                                                           mission.                                                44028 Parent-Child Relationships (3)
43092      Practicum in Hospitality                                                                                Study of parent-child relationships across the life
           Management (5-10)                                                                                       span and within various contexts. Emphasis on the




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Provides application of theory for the students to         41093     Variable Topic Workshop: Human                process of socialization and determinants of parent-
apply the principles of planning, organizing and                     Development and Family Studies (1-3)          child relationships based on current research. Pre-
directing a hospitality operation. S/U grading. Pre-       Workshop setting dealing with a topic or topics in      requisite: Human development and family studies
requisites: Majors only and permission.                    human development and family studies. Learning          majors only or permission.
                                                           experiences are provided in a wide range of areas.
                                                           S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY                                                                                       44029 Family Policy (3)
STUDIES (HDFS)                                                                                                     Understanding federal, state and local policy issues
14027       Introduction to Human Development and          41095     Special Topics in Human Development           affecting families. Role of family life educator in pro-
            Family Studies (2)                                       and Family Studies (1-4)                      moting a family-friendly perspective in policy mak-
Introduction to human services related to human            Discussion of a major topic within human develop-       ing. Prerequisite: HDFS 34030.
development and family studies, the career opportu-        ment or family studies. Prerequisite: None.
nities available, and the skills required to succeed in
the field. Prerequisite: None.                                                                                     44030 Family Life Education Methodology (3)
                                                           41096 Individual Investigation (1-3)                    Developing teaching methods and techniques for
                                                           Independent study in human development and fami-        family life education and the study of family life edu-
24011 The Family (3)                                       ly studies. Prerequisite: Written permission from       cation content areas. Prerequisite: HDFS 34030.
Principles, attitudes and values involved in diverse       instructor.
interpersonal relationships, marriages and families.
Open to majors and nonmajors. Prerequisite: None.                                                                  44092     Practicum in Human Development and
This course may be used to satisfy the university          44018     Professional Development in Human                       Family Studies (3-10)
Diversity Requirement.                                               Development/Family Studies (3)                (Repeatable for a total of 20 credit hours) Observa-
                                                           Preparation of students for professional work expe-     tion and participation in child, family and social ser-
                                                           riences as well as providing an opportunity to dis-     vice agencies. One class discussion per week. S/U
24012 Child Development (3)                                cuss recent developments in the fields of human         grading. Prerequisites: Human development and
General development of the child from prenatal             development and family studies and gerontology.         family studies majors only, HDFS 44018, and senior
through middle childhood. Prerequisite: HDFS               Prerequisites: Human development and family stud-       standing with an overall GPA of 2.50.
24011 or permission.                                       ies majors only and senior standing.

                                                                                                                   HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY (HST)*
24013 Early Adolescence (3)                                44020 Adolescent Development (3)                        11000 Introduction to Human Services (1)
Examines the fundamental transitions, social con-          Study of adolescent development with emphasis on        A survey of the role of human service technologists,
texts and psychosocial processes involved in               forces related to adolescent behavior in the family     their professional and ethical responsibilities,
human development from ages 10 through 15.                 and society. Evaluation of current research. Prereq-    employment possibilities and avenues for profes-
Implications for working with this age group within        uisite: Human development and family studies            sional advancement. Prerequisite: None.
schools, human services agencies and youth devel-          majors only or permission.
opment programs. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                                   11001 Group Process in Human Services (2)
                                                                                                                   The structure and function of groups, focusing on
                                                                                                                   problem solving and communication in human ser-
                                                                                                                   vice agencies. Prerequisite: None.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
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                       11002 Survey of Community Resources (3)                 22000 Statistical Process Control (4)                     22095 Special Topics (1-3)
                       A survey of providers at the federal, regional, state   Process variability, process monitoring, statistical      Special topics in systems/industrial engineering
                       and local levels, including services provided and       methods using control charts for variables and            technology. Repeated registration permitted. Pre-
                       regulations of private and public agencies. Prerequi-   attributes; Acceptance sampling plans; process            requisite: Permission.
                       site: HST 11000.                                        capability, process adjustment, process improve-
                                                                               ment. Prerequisite: High school algebra.
                                                                                                                                         INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR
                       21000     Dynamics of Helping Relationship for                                                                    ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS
                                 Human Services Technologist (3)               22001 Motion and Time Study (3)                           (ITAP)
                       The dynamics of helping relationship in human ser-      Motion economics, SPC, activity charts, methods           16605      Introduction to Operating Systems and
                       vices agencies. Skill development in listening and      improvement, use of standard data method of mak-                     Networking Technology (3)
                       provision of assistance to clients is emphasized.       ing studies, computerized line balancing. Prerequi-       (Cross-listed with COMT 11005) Lab-oriented sur-
                       Prerequisite: HST 11001. Corequisites: HST 21001        site: None.                                               vey of desktop/network OS essentials, including
                       and HST 21092.                                                                                                    file/disk management, system tools utilization,
                                                                                                                                         resource sharing and introductory network con-
                                                                               22003 Supervision and Labor Relations (5)                 cepts. Prerequisite: None.
                       21001 Assessment of Client Needs (3)                    Practical methods and techniques for improving
                       An introduction to the evaluation of client needs and   supervision and labor relations in industry. Person-
                       assessment of client condition. Prerequisite: HED       nel and performance evaluation, implementing poli-        16620 Word Processing I (3)
                       21050. Corequisites: HST 21000 and HST 21092.           cy, labor contracts, collective bargaining, wage and      Builds expertise in creating business documents
                                                                               salary administration. Prerequisite: None.                applying the basic features of popular word process-
                                                                                                                                         ing software. Emphasis on hands-on experience.
                       21002     Client Advocacy and Case Management                                                                     Lecture 2 hours. Lab 2 hours. Prerequisite: Ability to
                                 in Human Service Organizations (3)            22004 Facilities Engineering (2)                          keyboard 30+ wpm for 3 minutes with three or fewer
                       Assessment of case management strategies with an        Principles of facilities engineering to meet produc-      errors or permission.
                       emphasis on the role of the client advocate in the      tion needs. Applications of material-handling
                       human service setting. Prerequisite: HST 21001.         devices, plant layout drawings, templates, models
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                       Corequisite: HST 21192.                                 and FMS systems. Prerequisite: None.                      16621 Word Processing II (3)
                                                                                                                                         Design and create documents by using advanced
                                                                                                                                         features of word processing software. Lecture 2
                       21092     Internship in Human Services                  22005 Production and Inventory Control (2)                hours. Lab 2 hours. Prerequisite: ITAP 26620 or
                                 Technology I (3)                              Basic principles, objectives and influencing factors of   permission.
                       Supervised field experience in a human service          production control in industrial organizations of vari-
                       agency (minimum of 9 hours per week). Joint univer-     ous kinds and their effects on costs. Applied planning
                       sity-agency supervision. Prerequisite: Adviser          and scheduling. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.         16625 Business Presentations (2)
                       approval. Corequisites: HST 21000 and HST 21001.                                                                  Development and production of professional comput-
                                                                                                                                         er-projected presentation materials using popular
                                                                               22006 Economic Decision Analysis (3)                      software. Includes use of graphic design techniques,
                       21192     Internship in Human Services                  Economic decision making for industrial engineering       color, layout, design principles and transparencies.
                                 Technology II (3)                             technology with applications emphasis, estimating         Lecture 1 hour. Lab 2 hours. Prerequisite: None.
                       Continued supervised field experience in a human        economic elements, interest and economic equiva-
                       services agency (minimum 9 hours per week). Joint       lence, methods of comparing alternatives and evalu-
                       university-agency supervision. Prerequisite: HST        ating replacement alternatives. Prerequisite: None.       16636     Data Management for Administrative
                       21092; permission. Corequisite: HST 21002.                                                                                  Professionals (3)
                                                                                                                                         Introduction to the role of data and its management
                                                                               22007 Cooperative Work Experience (2)                     and evolution to information and knowledge in busi-
                       INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND                              (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) University-indus-     ness environments. Prerequisite: None.
                       RELATED TECHNOLOGIES (IERT)*                            try work study plan in which student alternates peri-
                       12005 Applications in Computer-Aided Design (2)         ods of study at the university with periods of
                       Course for training on the use of a popular, comput-    employment in industry. Prerequisite: Permission.         16639 Database Applications (1)
                       er-aided drafting and design software. Practice with                                                              Concepts, terminology and business applications of
                       the advanced features of the software applicable to                                                               computerized databases. Emphasis on hands-on
                       modern design in the graphics, mechanical, indus-       22008 Taguchi Process Improvement (3)                     experiences. Lecture .5 hours. Lab 1 hour. Prerequi-
                       trial and electronics fields. Prerequisite: None.       Process and product improvement through reduc-            site: None.
                                                                               tion of variation. Design of experiments and inter-
                                                                               pretation of results. Analysis of variance, orthogonal
                       21096      Individual Investigation in Systems/         arrays and Taguchi techniques. Prerequisite: MATH         16680 Computer Keyboarding (1)
                                  Industrial Engineering Technology (1-4)      19002 or equivalent.                                      Basic keyboarding course using computers for stu-
                       Independent, in-depth research of a systems/indus-                                                                dents having no previous keyboarding instruction or
                       trial engineering technology topic supervised and                                                                 a speed of less than 30 wpm. To pass the course,
                       coordinated by an engineering technology faculty        22010 Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3)               students must keyboard above 30 wpm for three
                       member. Prerequisite: Permission.                       Planning, developing and implementing a strategy          minutes with no more than three errors. Prerequi-
                                                                               to control and coordinate all the engineering, pro-       site: None.
                                                                               duction and business operations within a manufac-
                                                                               turing enterprise. Prerequisite: None.
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26611 Spreadsheet Applications (3)                      26650 Medical Billing Procedures (3)                    47402      Organization and Administration of
Use of electronic spreadsheets from beginning to        Introductory course in the preparation of various                  Educational Media Programs and
advanced applications that may prepare for soft-        medical documents and forms in the health care                     Centers (3)
ware certification. Lecture 2 hours. Lab 2 hours.       industry. Use of computers and various word pro-        The planning, organizing, administering and evalu-
Prerequisite: MATH 10005 or higher or permission.       cessing software will be included. Lecture 2 hours.     ating of educational media programs and centers
                                                        Lab 2 hours. Prerequisite: ITAP 16680 or permis-        for schools, higher education, industry or churches.
                                                        sion.                                                   Prerequisite: ITEC 37400.
26613 Machine Transcription (3)
Basic transcription of machine dictation, application
of language skills to typical and specialized office    26691       Seminar for Administrative                  47403 Instructional Design (3)
documents, and mastery of proofreading/editing                      Professionals (2)                           Enables participants to design instructional
procedures and techniques. Prerequisite: ITAP           Refines job search strategies, integrates coursework    sequences based upon a systematic approach and
16620 or permission.                                    with realistic office settings, presents interperson-   incorporating media as integral components. Pre-
                                                        al/ethical issues, and provides outreach activities,    requisite: Junior standing.
                                                        emphasizing the total quality management environ-
26622 Desktop Publishing I (3)                          ment. Prerequisites: Permission and must have
Study and application of the principles of proper       completed 45 hours toward degree.                       47411 Designing Visuals for Instruction (3)
document design using high-end desktop publish-                                                                 Investigation of historical, cultural and aesthetic
ing software for newsletters, brochures, reports,                                                               dimensions of instructional visual design. Focus on
forms and other computer-based business docu-           26692     Internship for Administrative                 design of instructional visuals across media, includ-
ments. Lecture 2 hours. Lab 2 hours. Prerequisite:                Professionals (1-3)                           ing print, video and computer-based technology.
ITAP 16620 or permission.                               (Repeatable for a total of 4 hours) Supervised field    Presentations, lab activities. Prerequisite: None.
                                                        experience of 10 hours per week paid or 7 hours
                                                        per week unpaid in a business environment func-
26623 Desktop Publishing II (3)                         tioning as an administrative professional. Prerequi-    47413 Digital Video in Education (3)
High-end layout/design and illustration software.       sites: Sophomore standing, 2.00 GPA or better in        Design/production of instructional TV programming.
Includes advanced documents, Web publishing,            the major. Permission required.                         Planning and scripting techniques. Hands-on experi-




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makeovers, computer graphic concepts and format-                                                                ence with TV equipment. Students will digitize video
ting, image editing techniques and the use of color.                                                            footage, learn nonlinear editing techniques, and
Lecture 1 hour. Lab 4 hours. Prerequisite: ITAP         26695     Special Topics in Information Technology      export productions to tape/CD. Prerequisite: None.
26622 or permission.                                              for Administrative Professionals (1-3)
                                                        (Repeated registration permitted) Special topics in
                                                        information technology topics for administrative        47427      Introduction to Microcomputers in
26635 Administrative Resource Management (3)            professionals. Prerequisite: Permission.                           Education (3)
Explores how office professionals can apply                                                                     An introductory course in computer use in educa-
resource management skills to the areas of                                                                      tion for school and alternative educational settings.
space/workflow, forms/budgetary control, staff and      26696    Individual Investigation: Information          It serves as a prerequisite for other computer courses.
materials/supplies. Prerequisite: None.                          Technology for Administrative                  Prerequisite: Admission to professional education.
                                                                 Professionals (1-3)
                                                        Independent, in-depth research of an ITAP topic
26636      Project Management for Administrative        supervised and coordinated by an ITAP faculty           47430 Computer Applications in Education (3)
           Professionals (1)                            member. Prerequisites: 12 credit hours of ITAP          Preparation for use of computers effectively in a
Provides the basic tools needed to effectively man-     courses and permission of a full-time ITAP faculty      variety of educational settings. Students should have
age projects and to automate and streamline such        member.                                                 some expertise with computers. Focus on advanced
functions as resource allocation, work scheduling,                                                              applications in education. Macintosh and Windows.
and communication. Project management software                                                                  Prerequisite: ITEC 47427 or equivalent skills.
is used in the course. Lecture .5 hours, lab 1 hour.    INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY (ITEC)
Prerequisite: None.                                     37400 Introduction to Educational Media (2)
                                                        Principles and techniques in the selection and uti-     47495 Special Topics: Educational Media (1-5)
                                                        lization of educational media in teaching/learning      Specialized offering in response to emerging or
26637 Specialized Machine Transcription (3)             situations. Prerequisite: Junior standing.              selected program needs in educational media and
Transcription of machine dictation emphasizing doc-                                                             instructional design. Prerequisite: Permission.
uments relating to the legal or medical professions.
Includes application of language skills and mastery     40093      Variable Title Workshop in Educational
of proofreading/editing procedures and techniques.                 Media (1-4)                                  47496      Individual Investigation in Educational
Prerequisite: ITAP 16620 or permission.                 Variable topic workshop designed to respond to                     Media (1-5)
                                                        curriculum trends and issues and specialized needs.     Directed independent reading and/or research of
                                                        S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission.                  special interest or need in student’s program.
26638 Business Communications (3)                                                                               Planned with and directed by a faculty member.
Theory and application of oral and written business                                                             Prerequisite: Permission.
communication with emphasis on business letters,        47401     Design and Production of Educational
reports, employment process, visual presentations                 Media (3)
and electronic communications. Basic word pro-          Students apply effective approaches to the design
cessing skills are suggested. Prerequisite: ENG         and production of instructional media. The course
10001 or permission.                                    develops skills in photography, audio and television.
                                                        Prerequisite: Junior standing.


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
448                    IHS        ID




                       INTEGRATED HEALTH STUDIES (IHS)                            30392      Psychological Helping Skills for               24502 Studio Problems in Interior Design II (4)
                       10000      Careers in Health Sciences and Human                       Medicine (3)                                   Special problems dealing with design of residential
                                  Services (3)                                    Basic strategies for helping persons in crisis.           and related spaces, traffic flow, placement of fur-
                       This course presents the diverse career options in         Includes guided self-exploration of attitudes, values     nishings, emphasis on color and textural experience
                       the fields of health sciences and human services.          and personality styles. IP grade permissible. Prereq-     and lighting of space. Practical, integrated approach.
                       Academic preparation and credentialing for profes-         uisite: Controlled (ILS B.S./M.D. Program).               Prerequisite: Interior design majors only, ID 14501.
                       sions will be included. Prerequisite: None.                                                                          Special fee: $8.75/cr. hr.—subject to change.

                                                                                  32592      Sociological Perspectives in Public
                       44010      Research Design and Statistical Methods                    Health (3)                                     24510 Textiles in the Built Environment (2)
                                  in the Health Professions (3)                   Sociological phenomena of public health through           A concise background in textile science is established
                       Fundamental concepts and procedures for system-            research/theory and field research experience con-        followed by an in-depth discussion of the selection
                       atic collection, analysis and interpretation of qualita-   sisting of participatory and nonparticipatory experi-     and application of textiles by interior designers and
                       tive and quantitative data in health-related fields;       ences in areas related to medical practice but not        architects. Prerequisite: Interior design majors only.
                       includes group and single-subject designs and use          associated with traditionally legitimated medical
                       of parametric and nonparametric statistics. Prereq-        curricula. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: Con-
                       uisite: None.                                              trolled (ILS B.S./M.D. Program).                          24511 Housing in Today’s Society (3)
                                                                                                                                            Relationships of well-being of individuals and fami-
                                                                                                                                            lies in the life cycle for a well-planned residence.
                       44091      Professional Seminar in Integrated              40392 Medical Psychology Practicum (3)                    Evaluation of housing, planning, financing and mod-
                                  Health Studies (3)                              Community mental health through community                 ern technological developments. Prerequisite: None.
                       This course presents and integrates the role of sci-       agency field placement. Observation and participa-        Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       entists, practitioners and administrators in the           tion in interviewing, crisis intervention and commu-
                       health care and human service professions as they          nity consultation. Didactic exposure to community
                       attempt to meet the needs of the individual in             mental health theory. IP grade permissible. Prereq-       24513 Survey History of Interiors (4)
                       diverse environments. Current issues will be               uisite: Controlled (ILS B.S./M.D. Program).               Chronological study of housing and furnishings
                       addressed. Prerequisite: 400 hours observation/                                                                      from ancient civilizations to present, emphasizing
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                       work experience in health/human service-related                                                                      cultural and social forces that contributed to evolu-
                       fields, senior standing. This course may be used to        42591 Medical Sociology Research Skills (2)               tion of various styles. Prerequisite: None. Not open
                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation            Formulation of community health-related research          to interior design majors.
                       requirement with approval of major department.             problem, theoretical concepts, techniques of data
                                                                                  collection and analysis. Prerequisite: Controlled (ILS
                                                                                  B.S./M.D. Program); corequisite of ILS 42592.             34503 Studio Problems in Interior Design III (4)
                       44092      Practicum in Integrated Health Studies                                                                    Special problems concerning design of small-to mod-
                                  (3-10)                                                                                                    erate-size commercial interior space. Prerequisite: ID
                       Supervised practical experience in a health care or        42592 Medical Sociology Practicum (3)                     24502. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       human service organization, which allows students          Application of sociological research designs and
                       to apply theoretical knowledge and skills learned in       methods to problems in medical sociology through
                       their coursework. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Majors        field research and report on a community health-          34504 Studio Problems in Interior Design IV (4)
                       only; senior standing.                                     related research problem. IP grade permissible. Pre-      Introduction to large-scale planning. Prerequisite:
                                                                                  requisite: Controlled (ILS B.S./M.D. Program);            ARCH 10101, ID 34503, PHY 13001 may be taken
                                                                                  corequisite of ILS 42591.                                 concurrently. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to
                       INTEGRATED LIFE SCIENCES (ILS)                                                                                       change.
                               The courses listed below have been
                               developed for the six-year B.S./M.D.               49993 Human Values in Medicine (1-5)
                               program offered in conjunction with                Academic credit for successful completion of offer-       34512 Home Furnishings (3)
                               the Northeastern Ohio Universities Col-            ings of Human Values in Medicine program of               Practical and aesthetic study of interiors. Selection
                               lege of Medicine; enrollment is limited            Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine.       and arrangement of furnishings. Prerequisite: None.
                               to students admitted to that program.              S/U grading. Elective credits only. Prerequisite: ILS     Special fee: $2.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                                  or permission.

                       21091 Integrated Life Sciences Seminar I (2 Each)                                                                    34515      Computer Aided Design for Interior
                       (Repeatable for a total of 4 credits) Seminar for          49997 Humanities Colloquium (1)                                      Designers (3)
                       first-year students in Kent State/NEOUCOM pro-             Theoretical and conceptual integration of various         Introduction to application of computer drawing and
                       gram to provide correlation of natural sciences,           components of ILS humanities program. Funda-              drafting techniques used in interior design. Study of
                       social sciences and humanities with medical sci-           mental issues in interrelationships of the various        2-D and 3-D techniques as well as symbol libraries.
                       ences. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Open only to first-      humanities and relationship of the humanities to          Prerequisites: ID 34503 and 34522.
                       year students admitted to NEOUCOM.                         other fields of learning. Prerequisite: Controlled (ILS
                                                                                  B.S./M.D. Program).
                                                                                                                                            34522       Methods and Materials for Interior
                       22091     Integrated Life Sciences Seminar II                                                                                    Design (3)
                                 (2 Each)                                         INTERIOR DESIGN (ID)                                      Information regarding the manufacture, construction
                       (Repeatable for a total of 4 credits) Continuation of      14501 Studio Problems in Interior Design I (4)            and composition of the materials used in furnishings
                       ILS 21091. S/U grading. Prerequisite: ILS 21091,           Studio problems in interior design is a course for        and surface materials in interior design. Proper
                       open only to second-year students admitted to              the beginning student whose interest is in interior       methods and installation procedures required in the
                       NEOUCOM.                                                   space design. Prerequisite: TECH 11083. Special           use of materials for interior furnishing products. Pre-
                                                                                  fee: $8.75/cr. hr.—subject to change.                     requisite: ID 24510, concurrently with ID 34503.
                                                                                                                                                           ID       ITAL        449




41093      Variable Title Workshop in Interior          44525 Lighting Application in Interior Spaces (3)          15204 Basic Conversational Italian I (2)
           Design (1-4)                                 Design application of lighting technology for various      Exposure to basic grammar and to current Italian
Workshops dealing with variable topics related to       interior spaces. Field trips to study lighting installa-   useful to travelers. Not applicable to fulfillment of for-
the interior design profession. Learning experiences    tions. Prerequisite: ID 34503. Special fee: $17/cr.        eign language requirement. Prerequisite: Permission.
provided in a broad spectrum of specialties. Prereq-    hr.—subject to change.
uisite: Admission in interior design or permission.
                                                                                                                   15205 Basic Conversational Italian II (2)
                                                        44526 Lighting Design in Historic Spaces (3)               Continuation of ITAL 15204. Prerequisite: ITAL
41095 Special Topics in Interior Design (1-4)           Overview of historic lighting forms and techniques         15204 or permission.
Discussion of a major topic or issue within the pro-    with an emphasis on Anglo-American design, 18th
fession of interior design. Repeat registration per-    to 20th centuries. Focus of course will be applica-
mitted. Prerequisite: Admission to interior design or   tion of modern techniques to historic design prob-         25201 Intermediate Italian I (3)
permission.                                             lems. Prerequisites: ID 44505, 44525, ARCH 30501.          Continued development of speaking, listening, read-
                                                        Special fee: $17/cr. hr.—subject to change.                ing and writing skills using a variety of cultural
                                                                                                                   materials. Prerequisite: ITAL 15202 or equivalent.
41096      Individual Investigation in Interior
           Design (1-3)                                 44527 Study Tours (1-10)
Independent study of interior design and related        A series of study tours for in-depth, first-hand expe-     25202 Intermediate Italian II (3)
topics under the guidance of a faculty member. Pre-     riences of historic sites, markets, manufacturing          Continuation of ITAL 25201. Prerequisite: ITAL
requisite: Admission to interior design or permis-      facilities and attendance at product seminars. Pre-        25201 or equivalent.
sion.                                                   requisite: Junior/senior standing.

                                                                                                                   25209 Field Study (1-6)
44505 Studio Problems in Interior Design V (2)          44534 History of Interiors to 1600 (4)                     (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) For residence
Introduction to principles of historic design focus-    A chronological study of housing and furnishings           and/or field research in an Italian-speaking communi-
ing on hands-on and on-site design techniques. For      from civilization to the 15th century. Prerequisites:      ty. Prior to registering for this course, student must
interior design majors only. Prerequisites: ID          ID 34504, ART 22006 and 22007 or ARCH 10011                obtain departmental approval. IP grade permissible.




                                                                                                                                                                                 Course Descriptions
34504, 44534, concurrently with ID 44535. Special       and 10012; permission. This course may be used to          Prerequisite: One year of college language or equiva-
fee: $17.50/cr. hr.—subject to change.                  satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation            lent.
                                                        requirement with approval of major department.

44506 Studio Problems in Interior Design VI (4)                                                                    35211 Italian Composition and Conversation I (3)
Special problems concerning the design of large-        44535 History of Interiors—1600 to Present (4)             Study and practice of written and oral Italian with
scale commercial environments. Prerequisites:           A chronological study of housing and furnishings           emphasis on acquisition of written and oral profi-
TECH 31015, ID 44505, concurrently with ARCH            from the Renaissance to the Victorian Period—16th          ciency in the language. Prerequisite: ITAL 25202 or
30501. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.      to 19th centuries and 20th century. Prerequisite: ID       permission.
                                                        44534.

44507 Studio Problems in Interior Design VII (4)                                                                   35213 Italian Composition and Conversation II (3)
This course will provide the opportunity for a senior   44592 Interior Design Practicum (2-10)                     Advanced practice in speaking and writing the Ital-
design thesis. Problems will be selected by the stu-    (Repeatable for a total of 10 hours) Practical experi-     ian language. Prerequisite: ITAL 35211.
dents and will represent their own area of interest.    ence in a furniture store, department store, design
Prerequisites: ID 44506, ARCH 30501. Special fee:       studio, architect’s office or design-related agency,
$10/cr. hr.—subject to change.                          directed by a qualified professional. Students’ initial    35331 Early Italian Literature (3)
                                                        registration must be 4 hours, not to exceed 10 cred-       A survey of Italian literature from its medieval ori-
                                                        it hours. S/U grading. Prerequisites: ID 34504,            gins to the Baroque period. Prerequisite: ITAL
44512 Historic Furnishing Textiles (2)                  44523, MKTG 25010.                                         35211. This course may be used to satisfy the writ-
Designed to acclimate students to historic textiles                                                                ing-intensive course graduation requirement with
created primarily for use in interior architecture.                                                                approval of major department.
Focus is on aesthetics, design and construction. A      ITALIAN (ITAL)
comprehensive adaptive reuse or restoration project            For placement and credit in foreign
is required. Prerequisites: ID 44534 and 44535.                language courses see Arts and Sci-                  35332 Recent Italian Literature (3)
                                                               ences—Foreign Language Require-                     This course surveys the major movements and
                                                               ment—Placement and Credit.                          authors from the Baroque period through the 20th
44523 Interior Design Professional Practice (2)                                                                    century. Prerequisite: ITAL 35211. This course may
A study of the business and professional practices                                                                 be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradu-
of interior designers. Prerequisite: ID 34504.          15201 Elementary Italian I (4)                             ation requirement with approval of major department.
                                                        An introduction to the Italian language in the context
                                                        of Italian culture. Prerequisite: None. This course
44524      Anglo-American Domestic Interiors,           may be used to satisfy the LERs.                           35421 Italian Civilization (3)
           Early Colonial Period (3)                                                                               Lectures, readings, oral and written reports on out-
An in-depth study of the Anglo-American interior                                                                   standing features of the culture and civilization of
and domestic furnishings with concentration on the      15202 Elementary Italian II (4)                            Italy. Prerequisite: ITAL 25202 or permission.
preservation and contemporary usage of both interi-     A continuation of the introduction to the Italian lan-
or architectural spaces and domestic objects. Pre-      guage in the context of Italian culture. Prerequisite:
requisite: ID 44512.                                    ITAL 15201 or equivalent. This course may be used
                                                        to satisfy the LERs.

*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
450                    ITAL         JMC




                       35597 Colloquium (3)                                      JOURNALISM AND MASS                                        22001 Photography (3)
                       Variable topic course deals with single literary          COMMUNICATION (JMC)                                        Basic camera and darkroom techniques to provide a
                       theme in Italian literature or a single author. May be    12001 Elementary Photography (2)                           better understanding of photography as a creative
                       offered in Italian or in English translation. Prerequi-   Introduction to fundamentals and techniques of still       and journalistic skill. Prerequisite: Permission. Spe-
                       site: Permission.                                         and motion picture photography. Terminal course            cial fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                                 for students who do not have photography require-
                                                                                 ments. Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—
                       45093 Variable Title Workshop in Italian (1-6)            subject to change.                                         22002 Videography Basics (1)
                       Workshops individually designed to provide instruc-                                                                  Instruction in basic camcorder videography/video edit-
                       tion and training in specific areas of Italian studies.                                                              ing techniques to provide understanding of processes
                       S/U grading. Prerequisite: Departmental permission.       20001 Media, Power and Culture (3)                         as creative/journalistic skills and as practical applica-
                                                                                 Fosters critical understanding of mass media in their      tion of knowledge acquired in the prerequisite class.
                                                                                 historical, ideological, economic and cultural con-        Prerequisite: VCD 13001 or 27001; Journalism and
                       45096 Individual Investigation (1-3)                      texts. Examines what forces influence media and how        mass communication major, minor or permission.
                       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Allows the            media influence consumers. Not open to journalism          Special fee: $20/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       advanced, serious student to carry out research/          and mass communication premajors or majors. Pre-
                       study project on Italian literature, language or cul-     requisite: None. This course may be used to satisfy
                       ture. Prior approval of supervising faculty member,       the LERs and the university Diversity Requirement.         23001     Introduction to Graphic Communications
                       department required. IP grade permissible. Prereq-                                                                             (2 or 3)
                       uisite: ITAL 25202; junior standing; permission.                                                                     Concepts and practices of transferring information
                                                                                 20003 Introduction to Mass Communication (3)               graphically, whether it be picture or symbol, in single
                                                                                 Introduction to various fields of mass communica-          or multiple copies onto paper, cloth, metal, plastic,
                       45356 Dante (3)                                           tion with a particular emphasis on evolution of new        glass or other materials. Prerequisite: ENG 10002.
                       This course studies Dante’s Divine Comedy in its          media technologies. History of technological and cul-      Special fee: $15/semester—subject to change.
                       entirety (Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise) in the        tural change leading to the present media forms and
                       original language. Prerequisite: 6 hours of Italian at    consideration of new media. Prerequisites: None.
                       the 30000 level.                                                                                                     26001 Newswriting (3)
 Course Descriptions




                                                                                                                                            Theory and practice in writing basic print and elec-
                                                                                 20004 Media Writing (3)                                    tronic news and feature stories. Prerequisite: JMC
                       JAPANESE (JAPN)                                           Introduces students to variety of writing skills used in   20004; 20007 (pre-or corequisite); passage of JMC
                              For placement and credit in foreign                various media professions and demonstrates how             grammar/spelling/punctuation test; JMC major,
                              language courses see Arts and Sci-                 writing types vary by audience. Incorporates grammar       minor or permission. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—sub-
                              ences—Foreign Language Require-                    skills as part of the writing process. Prerequisites:      ject to change.
                              ment—Placement and Credit.                         Journalism and mass communication major, prema-
                                                                                 jor or minor, JMC 20003 or concurrent; or permis-
                                                                                 sion. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.          26007 Print Beat Reporting (4)
                       15101 Elementary Japanese I (4)                                                                                      Gathering and writing news: interviewing tech-
                       Introduction to modern standard Japanese in the                                                                      niques, cultivating sources, developing beats, meet-
                       context of Japanese culture. Prerequisite: None.          20007 Media Information Gathering (3)                      ing deadlines. Includes campus reporting for Daily
                       This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.              Introduction to basic methods of gathering information     Kent Stater. Prerequisite: JMC 26001. Special fee:
                                                                                 in various fields of mass communication. Hands-on          $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                                 experience with qualitative, archival and quantitative
                       15102 Elementary Japanese II (4)                          methods. Methods include interviews, online search-
                       A continuation of the introduction to modern stan-        ing and surveys. Prerequisite: JMC 20004, passage of       26008 Broadcast Beat Reporting (4)
                       dard Japanese in the context of Japanese culture.         JMC grammar/spelling/punctuation test.                     Writing news, developing sources and beats, meet-
                       Prerequisite: JAPN 15101 or equivalent. This course                                                                  ing deadlines as they relate to electronic media.
                       may be used to satisfy the LERs.                                                                                     Includes reporting campus news for daily broad-
                                                                                 21001 Principles of Advertising (3)                        casts. Prerequisites: JMC 26001, 22002; VCD
                                                                                 Advertising history, purposes, techniques, media           27001. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       25201 Intermediate Japanese I (3)                         and research; analysis of functions of advertising
                       Continued development of speaking, listening, read-       organizations. Prerequisite: None.
                       ing and writing skills, using a variety of cultural                                                                  30004 Writing for Electronic Media (2)
                       materials. Prerequisite: JAPN 15102 or equivalent.                                                                   Application of standard writing styles and formats in
                                                                                 21011 Introduction to Advertising Planning (1)             the electronic media. Writing practice in commer-
                                                                                 Introduction to the strategic planning process for         cials, continuity, promotions and introductory
                       25202 Intermediate Japanese II (3)                        advertising agencies and in-house advertising. Pre-        scriptwriting techniques. Prerequisite: JMC 20004;
                       Continuation of JAPN 25201. Prerequisite: JAPN            requisite: JMC 20004; corequisite: JMC 21001.              JMC 20007; JMC major, minor or permission; pas-
                       25201 or equivalent.                                                                                                 sage of JMC grammar/ spelling/punctuation test.

                                                                                 22000 Photography Basics (1)
                       30095 Special Topics (3)                                  Fundamentals of b/w and color photography and              30030 Mass Media Research (3)
                       Topic to be announced in Schedule of Classes. Pre-        digital manipulation software. Introduction of basic       Analysis of mass media research emphasizing
                       requisite: Permission.                                    themes of journalistic photography including flash         quantitative social science inquiry, and media appli-
                                                                                 photography. Student furnishes 35mm or APS cam-            cations leading to practical and critical understand-
                                                                                 era with flash. Disposable cameras not acceptable.         ing of research. Prerequisite: JMC 20003, 20007;
                                                                                 Prerequisite: VCD 27001; Journalism and mass               MATH 11011 or equivalent; JMC major, minor or
                                                                                 communication major, minor or permission. Special          permission.
                                                                                 fee: $20/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                                                                                                                JMC         451




30034 Programming for Electronic Media (3)              32004 Advanced Photography (3)                           36005 Copyediting (3)
Background analysis of radio, TV, cable and Internet    Use of specialized equipment, materials and tech-        Improving the writing of other journalists and writ-
programming and the relationship to audience            niques. Student furnishes own view camera. Special       ing headlines. Intensive review of AP Style and
needs, interests, expectations and audience mea-        equipment furnished. Prerequisites: JMC 22001;           grammar. Prerequisite: JMC 26001. Special fee:
surement procedures. Prerequisite: JMC 20004;           JMC major, minor, or permission. Special fee:            $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
Journalism and mass communication major, minor          $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
or permission; passage of JMC grammar/spelling/
punctuation test.                                                                                                38001 Principles of Public Relations (3)
                                                        32008 Photo-Design Techniques (3)                        Explores strategic role and function of public relations
                                                        Use of unusual photographic materials and tech-          in business, nonprofit, public institutions and society.
31002 Advertising Copywriting (3)                       niques in design of images for many purposes. Pre-       Covers public relations practice from development to
Examination and practice in various forms of adver-     requisite: JMC 22001. Special fee: $15/cr.               present. Prerequisite: None. Public relations majors
tising copywriting and their applications. Prerequi-    hr.—subject to change.                                   and minors take JMC 38002 concurrently.
site: JMC 20004; JMC 31001; JMC major, minor or
permission; passage of JMC grammar/spelling/
punctuation test.                                       33024 Performance for Electronic Media (3)               38002 Strategic Planning for Public Relations (1)
                                                        Development of effective communication tech-             Using management-by-objective principles, students
                                                        niques in performance situations for electronic          research and develop a comprehensive public rela-
31003 Advertising Media Planning (3)                    media. Prerequisites: JMC 20003 and 33031 (may           tions plan for a real-world client. Best when taken
Analysis, selection and scheduling of advertising       be taken concurrently), or permission. Special fee:      concurrent with JMC 38001. Required of PR majors
media. Examination of advertising research tech-        $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.                           and minors, but open to all. Corequisite: JMC 38001.
nique and application. Prerequisite: JMC 20004;
JMC 31001; JMC major, minor or permission; pas-
sage of JMC grammar/ spelling/punctuation test.         33031 Basic Electronic Media Production (3)              40001 Fundamentals of Media Messages (3)
                                                        Theoretical basis and practical application of pro-      Working with messages for print, broadcast, elec-
                                                        gram production for both audio and video situa-          tronic and new media outlets. Course may not be
31011 Creative Advertising Strategies (3)               tions. Two hours lecture/discussion; 2-hour lab.         taken for credit nor applied toward any require-




                                                                                                                                                                             Course Descriptions
Advertising majors learn problem-solving tech-          Prerequisite: JMC 20003, 22000 and 22002; and            ments by a JMC major. Prerequisites: None.
niques, which they will apply to business and cre-      VCD 27001. Special fee: $6.66/cr. hr.—subject to
ative proposals designed to promote products            change.
and/or services. Development of good, clear writing                                                              40002 Reporting for Mass Media (3)
skills is a key component of the course. Prerequi-                                                               Theory and practice in newswriting and reporting;
site: JMC 21001, 21011, 20004.                          33036 Basic Media Engineering (3)                        news values and news judgment; lead and story
                                                        Introduction to basic electronic media technology        development; techniques of gathering information
                                                        and systems, providing knowledge and vocabulary          and dealing with sources of news; writing for dead-
32001 Photojournalism I (3)                             to allow communication with broadcast engineers.         line. Prerequisite: JMC 40001 or permission. Course
Production of photographs for newspapers, maga-         Overview of radio/TV operations and legal view-          may not be taken for credit nor applied toward any
zines and online news media. A laboratory course        point. Preparation for SBE operators’ certification      requirements by a JMC major or minor without per-
emphasizing color and black-and-white photography.      exam. Prerequisites: MATH 11011 or equivalent;           mission. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
Prerequisite: JMC 22001 and 20004; VCD 27001,           JMC 33031; JMC major, minor or permission.
27002, 27003, ART 22006 & 22007; passage of JMC
grammar/spelling/punctuation test; JMC major, minor                                                              40003 Editing for Mass Media (3)
or permission. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to      33092 Radio-Television Operations (1-3)                  Theory and practice in copy editing, headline writ-
change.                                                 Performance of assigned activities in radio or televi-   ing, picture selection and editing, newspage design
                                                        sion under faculty supervision. S/U grading. May be      and layout, special sections, and management prob-
                                                        repeated for up to 3 hours. Prerequisites: JMC           lems. Prerequisite: Course may not be taken for
32002 Photojournalism II (3)                            20003; Sophomore standing and permission.                credit nor applied toward any requirements by a
Continuation of JMC 32001. Advanced news and                                                                     JMC major or minor without permission. Special
feature photography for newspapers, magazines                                                                    fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
and online, including a collaborative project. May be   34038 Media Sales and Promotion (3)
repeated once. Prerequisites: JMC 22002 and             Selling techniques in electronic and print media;
32001. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.      sales policies, procedures; rate card structure, sales   40004 Computer Assisted Reporting (3)
                                                        proposals and related promotional aspects. Prereq-       Computer analysis of large data sets, focusing on
                                                        uisite: JMC 30034 or 31003; JMC major, minor or          government, court, police records for preparation of
32003 Photo Technology (3)                              permission.                                              news stories; basics of online searching; software and
Photographic materials and processes. Emulsion                                                                   databases. Prerequisite: JMC 26007 or 26008; or per-
sensitometry (applied as the “Zone System”). Pho-                                                                mission. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
tographic lens testing, etc. Camera and hand-held       36000 Producing and Electronic Editing (3)
exposure meter needed. Prerequisites: JMC 22001;        Introduction to writing content and program design-
JMC major, or minor or permission. Special fee:         ing for electronic news and public affairs programs.     40005 Feature Writing (3)
$15/cr. hr.—subject to change.                          Prerequisite: JMC 26008. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—       Researching, writing and placement of feature sto-
                                                        subject to change.                                       ries in publications. Prerequisites: JMC 26007; and
                                                                                                                 46016 for magazine majors. Special fee: $10/cr.
                                                                                                                 hr.—subject to change.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
452                    JMC




                       40006 Law of Mass Communication (3)                    40034      Advanced Electronic Media                       41002 Advanced Advertising Copywriting (3)
                       Libel and slander; privacy, copyright, obscenity;                 Programming (2)                                 Advanced copywriting projects in print advertising
                       regulation of advertising, broadcasting and corpo-     Program practices in radio, television, cable, film        and corporate communications and execution of the
                       rate speech; access to government; legal problems      and new media with an emphasis on projects and             entire print advertising campaigns. Prerequisites:
                       of new media. Prerequisites: JMC 20004; JMC            written proposals regarding program strategies and         JMC 31002 and 31003.
                       major or minor and junior status; or permission;       tactics. Prerequisite: JMC 30034.
                       passage of JMC grammar/spelling/punctuation test.
                                                                                                                                         41004 Broadcast Copywriting (3)
                                                                              40037 Scriptwriting for Video and Film (3)                 Application of advertising principles to broadcast
                       40007 Reviewing the Arts (2)                           The emphasis of the course is on writing dramatic          media. Emphasis on commercial copy and client
                       Reviewing and criticizing of performing, visual and    scripts for broadcast or motion pictures. The course       relationships. Prerequisites: JMC 30004 or 31002;
                       literary arts. Emphasis on books, film, TV and the-    also includes current perspectives on market needs.        JMC major, minor; or permission.
                       atre. Prerequisites: JMC 20004 or 26001; upper-        Prerequisites: JMC 20007 and 30004; JMC major,
                       division standing.                                     minor or permission.
                                                                                                                                         41005 Advertising Campaigns (3)
                                                                                                                                         Analysis of the planning, financing and execution of
                       40008     History of American Mass                     40092 Internship (1)                                       an advertising campaign through case study meth-
                                 Communication (3)                            Experience in a professional setting under profes-         ods. Prerequisites: JMC 20007, 31002 and 31003;
                       Evolution of the American mass communication/          sional supervision in student’s field of specialization.   JMC major, minor or permission. Special fee:
                       media from beginning to present day. Prerequisite:     S/U grading; IP permissible. May be repeated once.         $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       Upper-division standing.                               Prerequisites: Varies by concentration. See adviser.

                                                                                                                                         41081 Advertising Practices (3)
                       40009 Comparative Media Systems (3)                    40095 Special Topics (1-3)                                 The study of current advertising practices and
                       Study of the forms, organization, scope and modes      Selected topics of special interest not covered in         issues. Prerequisites: JMC 31002 and 31003.
                       of operation of media systems in foreign lands. Also   depth in existing courses; offered as resources per-
                       examines agents, channels and contents of interna-     mit. Prerequisite: Permission.
 Course Descriptions




                       tional communication. Prerequisite: Upper-division                                                                42005 Color Photography (3)
                       standing.                                                                                                         Nature of color transparency and negative films.
                                                                              40096      Individual Projects in Mass                     Student produces transparencies and prints for
                                                                                         Communications (1-3)                            assignments. Photojournalism majors must have a
                       40010       Ethics and Issues in Mass                  Individual research projects in mass communica-            35mm camera; photo-illustration majors must have
                                   Communication (3)                          tions. Letter grades and IP permissible. Prerequi-         a 4x5 camera. Prerequisites: JMC 32001 or 32004;
                       Ethical problems and issues in mass communica-         sites: Upper-division standing and permission.             JMC major or permission. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.
                       tion within a framework of basic theories, functions                                                              plus cost of film and processing—subject to change.
                       and social roles of the mass media. Prerequisites:
                       JMC major or minor and senior standing with at         40099 Senior Honors Project (2-4)
                       least 18 hours in JMC courses, including JMC           Thesis or other independent study project in mass          42007 Photo-Illustration Techniques (3)
                       20004; or permission; passage of JMC grammar/          communication. IP grades permissible. Prerequisite:        Creative photography for advertising and editorial
                       spelling/punctuation test. This course may be used     Open only to JMC majors admitted to Honors College.        uses. Assignments made in an art director/photog-
                       to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation                                                                rapher relationship. Critique by professionals in
                       requirement with approval of major department.                                                                    addition to academic evaluation. Prerequisites: JMC
                                                                              40192 Radio-Television Internship (1)                      32004 and 42005; JMC major. Special fee: Mini-
                                                                              Experience, under professional supervision, in a           mum of $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       40012 Online Journalism (3)                            radio or television station or other industry using
                       In-depth study/analysis of sources for working jour-   electronic audio or video communications. S/U
                       nalists. Practice online search, source evaluation,    grading; IP permissible. May be repeated once. Pre-        42008 Advanced Photojournalism (3)
                       and incorporating online information into media        requisites: Varies by concentration. See adviser.          Discussion of contemporary photojournalists and
                       apps. Data sources: Internet, WWW, government                                                                     issues. Production of photo-documentary, multime-
                       and academic sources. Data retrieval methods intro-                                                               dia and illustrations appropriate to photojournalism.
                       duced. Prerequisite: JMC 26007 or 26008. Special       40193 Variable Title Workshop in JMC (1-3)                 Senior portfolio review. Prerequisites: JMC 26007 and
                       fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.                    Workshop setting dealing with topics in mass com-          32002. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                              munications. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission.

                       40015 Media Management (3)                                                                                        42009 Fashion Photography (3)
                       Exploring management issues unique to media            40196     Independent Study in Radio and                   Instruction in studio lighting, filters, special effects.
                       organizations and the impact of those issues on the              Television (1-3)                                 Emphasis on editorial and advertising fashion pho-
                       organization’s structure, economics, markets and       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Research and           tography. Studio and location assignments. Prereq-
                       employees. Prerequisites: JMC major and senior         writing on topics approved by the students’ advisers       uisites: JMC 32001 or 32004; JMC 42005. Special
                       standing, or permission.                               and study directors. IP grade permissible. Prerequi-       fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                              sites: Upper-division standing and permission.

                       40022 Film As Communication (3)                                                                                   42092 Photographic Practicum (1-3)
                       Study of the relationship of television and theatre    40295 Special Topics in Computer Lab (1-3)                 (Repeatable for a total of 10 hours) Individual or
                       films to the mass audience in terms of components      Selected topics of special interest not covered in         group investigation into student-selected areas of
                       and effects. Prerequisites: JMC 20004 or 26001;        depth in existing courses; offered as resources per-       photographic field. Prerequisite: Upper-division
                       JMC 30034; or permission.                              mit. Prerequisite: Permission. Special fee: $10/cr.        standing or permission. Special fee: $7.50/cr. hr.—
                                                                              hr.—subject to change.                                     subject to change.
                                                                                                                                                  JMC         JUS       453




43032 Audio Studio Production (3)                        46007 Reporting in Depth (3)                            48001 Public Relations Messages: Print (3)
Production of in-studio audio programming units,         Techniques involved in researching, interviewing        Planning and preparation of printed public relations
with lab unit required as part of course. Prerequi-      and writing in-depth news articles and analyses.        messages, including messages for the print mass
sites: JMC 20007, 30004 and 33031; JMC major,            Prerequisites: JMC 26007 or 26008; and JMC              media and a variety of organizational and institu-
minor or permission. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—sub-       46009; JMC major, minor or permission.                  tional printed materials. Prerequisites: JMC 26001;
ject to change.                                                                                                  and JMC major or permission. Special fee: $10/cr.
                                                                                                                 hr.—subject to change.
                                                         46009 Reporting Public Affairs (4)
43033 Audio Field Production (3)                         Instruction and practice in reporting all areas of
A study of the theory and craft of audio field pro-      public affairs, including government and the courts.    48002     Public Relations Messages: Broadcast
duction, providing analysis and practice of remote       Use of precision journalism techniques. Prerequi-                 and New Media (3)
information gathering techniques and music record-       sites: JMC 26007 or 26008; and JMC 36000 or             Planning and preparation of audiovisual public rela-
ing. Prerequisite: JMC 20007, 30004 and 33031;           36005; JMC major, minor or permission. Special          tions messages, including visual support for
JMC major, minor, or permission. Special fee:            fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.                     speeches as well as messages for radio, television,
$15/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                                                                   and the Internet. Prerequisites: VCD 27001; JMC
                                                                                                                 26001; JMC major; or permission. Special fee:
                                                         46016 Magazine Publishing (3)                           $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
43042 Video Studio Production (3)                        Overview of magazine publishing—editorial, adver-
Study of producing and directing various types of        tising, circulation and production. Analysis of maga-
video studio programs. Two hours lecture, 2 hours        zines. Prerequisite: JMC major, minor or                48006 Public Relations Publications (3)
lab. Prerequisites: JMC 20007, 30004, and 33031;         permission; and junior standing. Special fee: $10/cr.   Fundamentals in producing business publications
JMC major, minor or permission. Special fee:             hr.—subject to change.                                  including house journals, newsletters, pamphlets,
$15/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                                                                   brochures, bulletins and bulletin boards. Prerequi-
                                                                                                                 sites: VCD 27001 and 27002; JMC 26001; JMC
                                                         46020 Magazine Design (3)                               major, minor or permission. Special fee: $10/cr.
43043 Video Field Production (3)                         Marriage of words and visuals for designing maga-       hr.—subject to change.
Producing programs and packages with portable            zine layouts and covers in desktop publishing. Pre-




                                                                                                                                                                         Course Descriptions
video equipment outside the studio. Editing pro-         requisites: VCD 27001, 27002, 27003, JMC 22000,
gram material. Two hours lecture/3 hours lab. Pre-       26007, 46016 or permission. Special fee: $10/cr.        48020     Mass Media Organizations and Public
requisites: JMC 20007, 30004 and 33031; JMC              hr.—subject to change.                                            Information (3)
major, minor or permission. Special fee: $15/cr.                                                                 The roles of public information and mass media in
hr.—subject to change.                                                                                           public opinion formation. Techniques of
                                                         46021 Magazine Writing and Editing (3)                  assessing/interpreting public opinion polls and cre-
                                                         Research, interviewing, writing and marketing of        ating public information strategies using mass
44040 Concept Psychographics (3)                         major magazine articles. Also editing techniques for    media. Prerequisites: Upper-division standing.
Analysis of media consumers utilizing demographic,       magazines. Prerequisites: JMC 36005, 40005. Spe-
attitudinal and lifestyle variables compared with more   cial fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
traditional approaches. Applications for programming,                                                            48091 Public Relations Seminar (3)
advertising and public relations are examined. Prereq-                                                           In-depth study of specialized areas of public rela-
uisites: JMC 20004; JMC 30034 or permission; pas-        46052 Advanced Broadcast News Practices (3)             tions in agencies, corporations and nonprofit orga-
sage of JMC grammar/spelling /punctuation test.          Study of investigative news stories, newsroom           nizations using expertise of professional
                                                         operations, editing and producing broadcast news        practitioners as speakers, advisers and counselors.
                                                         programs. Advanced projects in broadcast news.          Prerequisites: JMC 38001, 38002, and two of these:
46000 Newspaper Design (3)                               Prerequisites: JMC 26008. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—     48001, 48002 and 48006.
Design of newspapers from small inside pages to          subject to change.
elaborate feature pages. News judgment. Basic
information graphics and photo editing. Prerequi-                                                                49021 Corporate Video (3)
sites: JMC 26001, 22001, VCD 27001, 27002,               46054 Broadcast Documentary (3)                         The use of video in corporate and organizational
27003. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.       Development of documentary form for radio and           environments. Emphasis is placed on the structure
                                                         television. Analysis and production of documen-         and function of the medium within each environ-
                                                         taries. Utilization of audio and video recording and    ment. Prerequisites: JMC 30004; JMC 43042 or
46001 Information Graphics (3)                           editing. Prerequisites: JMC 43043 or permission.        43043; JMC major, minor or permission. Special
(Cross-listed with VCD 43007) Introduction to            Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.             fee: $20/cr. hr.—subject to change.
shapes, color, type and combinations of these for
computer-designed news graphics: maps, charts,
graphs and diagrams. Prerequisite: JMC 20004 and         47003 Teaching High School Journalism (3)               JUSTICE STUDIES (JUS)
20007; VCD 27001, 27002, 27003 or equivalent.            Methods and materials for teaching journalism in        12000 Introduction to Justice Studies (3)
JMC major, minor or permission. Passage of JMC           high school. Prerequisites: Upper-division standing     Historical development and operational aspects of
grammar/spelling/punctuation test. Special fee:          and permission of instructor. Special fee: $10/cr.      the contemporary justice systems with emphasis on
$16.66/cr. hr.—subject to change.                        hr.—subject to change.                                  emerging trends in the concept and practices of the
                                                                                                                 component agencies. Prerequisite: None.

46006 Editorial Writing (3)                              47005 Advising Journalism Publications (3)
Structures and purpose of editorial and column           Group study of problems posed by advisers enrolled
writing; study of editorial section of newspaper;        in the course. Prerequisite: JMC 47003 or permis-
practice in writing editorials. Prerequisites: JMC       sion. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
26007 or 26008; JMC major, minor or permission.

*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
454                    JUS




                       18000 Introduction to Paralegal Studies (3)                  27095 Special Topics (2 or 3)                             32500 Crisis Intervention (3)
                       (Cross-listed with LEGT 18000) An overview of the            (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Intensive analysis    Crisis intervention situations in criminal justice are
                       legal system and the role of a paralegal profession-         of issues significant and current in the field which      considered. The service role of criminal justice per-
                       al. Includes legal terminology, types of laws,               are not covered in regular courses. IP grade permis-      sonnel, community resources and skill development
                       research, litigation, interviewing and office manage-        sible. Prerequisite: JUS 12000 or permission.             are also considered. Prerequisite: 9 hours of JUS
                       ment. Prerequisite: None.                                                                                              including 12000 or permission.

                                                                                    27311 Victimology (3)
                       22100 Basic Interviewing (3)                                 Patterns of victim-offender relationship and process      33200 Criminal Law (3)
                       Foundation of basic interviewing principles includ-          of victimization. Role of victims in criminal process.    Developmental backgrounds and principles of crimi-
                       ing communication models, question format, distor-           Problems of adjustment to victimization and issues        nal law; structure, functions of criminal law; rules of
                       tions, topic control, inhibitors, facilitators, listening,   in victim compensation. Prerequisite: JUS 12000 or        criminal liability and procedural requisites in crimi-
                       types of interviews and practical exercises. Prereq-         permission.                                               nal proof. Case analysis included. Prerequisite: 9
                       uisite: JUS 12000 or permission.                                                                                       hours JUS including 12000 or permission.

                                                                                    28001 Legal Research and Writing (3)
                       22300 Police Role (3)                                        (Cross-listed with LEGT 18001) In-depth analysis of       33300 Development of Justice in America (3)
                       Systematic analysis of the police role. An examina-          the legal research process, development of legal          Course focuses on the evolution of the criminal jus-
                       tion of the related research with an emphasis on             writing skills; opportunities to utilize research and     tice process from its establishment in the United
                       divergent perspective and development of conceptu-           writing skills are integrated into the course. Prereq-    States to the present. Prerequisite: 9 hours of JUS
                       al models. Prerequisite: JUS 12000 or permission.            uisite: JUS 18000 or permission.                          including 12000 or permission.


                       22301 The Investigative Process (3)                          28003 Family Law and Procedure (3)                        34200 Criminal Procedures and Evidence (3)
                       An examination of established investigative                  (Cross-listed with LEGT 18003) Designed to                This course focuses on the use of evidence and the
                       processes, techniques employed in conducting a               acquaint the student with family law substance and        legal procedures followed in the processing of crim-
                       systematic investigation and legal implications. Pre-        practice. Included: definitions, terminology, topical     inal cases. Case analysis and writing assignments
 Course Descriptions




                       requisite: JUS 12000.                                        areas and the philosophy underlying family law            required. Prerequisite: 9 hours of JUS courses
                                                                                    practice. Prerequisite: JUS 18000 or permission.          including JUS 12000 or 18000.

                       25092 Field Placement (1-6)
                       Observational experience under the direction of              28004 Principles and Practice of Litigation (3)           34311 Youth and the Justice System (3)
                       supervising faculty in a justice agency. IP grade per-       (Cross-listed with LEGT 28004) Introduction to the        Analysis of situations involving the legal rights of
                       missible. Prerequisites: 6 hours of JUS including            rules of civil procedure, statutes of limitation and      children and youths which demand intervention by
                       12000 and permission.                                        discovery. Includes the role of the legal assistant in    justice institutions or service agencies. Prerequisite:
                                                                                    preparing for litigation. Prerequisite: JUS 18000.        JUS 12000 or permission.

                       26701 Corrections (3)
                       Course topics include history of corrections, pun-           28007 Estate and Probate Administration (3)               36703 Juvenile Delinquency (3)
                       ishment, community corrections, correctional insti-          (Cross-listed with LEGT 28007) A study of legal           Social and personal factors in juvenile delinquency;
                       tutions, correctional administration, issues in              principles applicable to wills, organization and juris-   operation of juvenile justice system; prevention and
                       corrections and future trends of corrections. Pre-           diction of probate court, estate administration in        control of delinquency. Prerequisites: 9 JUS hours
                       requisite: JUS 12000 or permission.                          probate, and tax considerations in estate adminis-        including 12000 and 26702 or permission. This
                                                                                    tration. Prerequisite: JUS 18000.                         course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive
                                                                                                                                              course graduation requirement with approval of
                       26702 Criminology (3)                                                                                                  major department.
                       Examines crime from the legal and social view-               32200 Police and Community (3)
                       points, including extent, patterns and theoretical           An examination of the rights of individuals, citizen
                       explanations of criminal behavior. Prerequisite: JUS         involvement, the police as members of the commu-          36792 Internship in Paralegal (3-12)
                       12000 or permission.                                         nity, and the development, implementation and             Work experience under direction of supervising fac-
                                                                                    evaluation of related programs. Prerequisite: 9           ulty member in the following entities: private law
                                                                                    hours of JUS courses including 12000 and 22300            firms, legal service/legal aid offices, law depart-
                       26704 Law and Society (3)                                    or permission.                                            ments or corporations, and government agencies.
                       General treatment of the legal system with special                                                                     IP grade permissible. Prerequisites: JUS 18000,
                       emphasis on its origin, structure and functional                                                                       28001 and 28004.
                       consequences on issues and problems in modern                32400 Research Methods in Justice Studies (3)
                       society. Prerequisite: None. This course may be              Scientific approaches to the study of criminal jus-
                       used to satisfy the LERs.                                    tice. Survey of methods and designs used in crimi-        37091 Seminar in Critical Issues in Justice (1-3)
                                                                                    nal justice research; uses of research in criminal        Intense analysis of issues significant and current in
                                                                                    justice. Exercises included. Prerequisite: 9 hours of     the justice field which are not covered in regular
                       26705 Survey of Contractual Justice Services (3)             JUS courses including 12000 or permission. This           courses. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: 9 hours
                       Overview of contractual agencies within the justice          course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive       of JUS including 12000 or permission.
                       system including volunteerism, private policing,             course graduation requirement with approval of
                       quasi-court services, and contractual and cognate            major department.
                       correctional agencies. Prerequisite: JUS 12000 or
                       permission.
                                                                                                                                                                    JUS        455




37311 Minorities in Crime and Justice (3)                   44400 Justice Administration (3)                        46708 Treatment Methods (3)
Focus on the role of social and ethnic minorities as        Identification of administrative and management         Various methods of treatment are applied to correc-
victims, offenders and participants in the justice          functions, leadership, management styles, and           tions field. Focus is on specific techniques in com-
process. Prerequisite: 9 hours of JUS including             supervision of personnel in justice organizations.      munity and institutional correctional settings. Direct
12000 or permission. This course may be used to             Prerequisite: 12 hours of JUS including 12000 and       observation utilized when possible. Prerequisite: 12
satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.               22300 or permission.                                    hours of JUS including 12000 and 26701 or per-
                                                                                                                    mission.

37411 Women in Crime and Justice (3)                        44411 Varieties of Police Work (3)
Observation of women as a significant group in crime        Analysis of police practices and functions at the       46792 Internship (3-12)
and their role in the development and operation of the      municipal, state and federal level, including private   Work experience under direction of supervising fac-
criminal justice system. Prerequisite: 9 hours of JUS       security. Examination of emerging trends in policing    ulty member in private, federal, state or local justice
including 12000 or permission. This course may be           will be considered. Prerequisite: 12 hours of JUS       agency or law agency. IP grade permissible. Prereq-
used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.       including 12000 and 22300 or permission.                uisites: 9 hours of JUS including 12000; 2.00 in
                                                                                                                    JUS and overall; junior standing; controlled.

38002 Contract Law (3)                                      45093     Variable Title Workshop in Justice
This course is intended to provide students with an                   Studies (1-6)                                 47111 Civil Law and Procedure (3)
in-depth analysis of the law pertaining to contract         S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission.                  Substantive and procedural aspects of civil law with
formation, resolution of contract disputes and the                                                                  particular emphasis on civil actions arising out of
impact of the uniform commercial code on tradi-                                                                     breaches of criminal law. Prerequisite: 12 hours of
tional contract theory. Prerequisite: JUS 18000,            45096 Individual Investigation (1-3)                    JUS courses including 12000 or 18000.
28001.                                                      (Repeated registration permitted when topic varies)
                                                            Involves an individual research project of consider-
                                                            able depths in a subject area not covered by regular    47211 Court Functions (3)
38003 Administrative Law and Process (3)                    course offerings. Prior consent of supervising facul-   Analysis of the structure, functions and critical role
Substantive and procedural aspects of administra-           ty member is required. IP grade permissible. Pre-       of incumbents in the criminal court. Prerequisite: 12




                                                                                                                                                                                Course Descriptions
tive law. Topics include the regulation of public utili-    requisites: 12 hours of JUS including 12000 and         hours of JUS including 12000 or permission.
ty, transportation agencies, employment, food and           32400; 2.00 in JUS; controlled.
drugs, and environment. Prerequisite: 9 hours of
JUS courses including 18000 or permission.                                                                          47311 Comparative Justice Systems (3)
                                                            46701 Crime, Justice and Substance Abuse (3)            A systematic comparison of the developmental
                                                            Examination of the relationship between drug and        backgrounds, structure and functioning of the major
38004       Legal Ethics and Professional                   alcohol abuse and criminal behavior. Efforts to reg-    systems of justice in the modern world. Prerequi-
            Responsibility (3)                              ulate, control, prevent and treat chemical abuse        site: 12 hours of JUS including 12000 or permission.
This course will introduce students to the types of         offenders are considered. Prerequisite: 12 hours of
ethical dilemmas that they will face once in the work       JUS including 12000.
force; to the ethical rules developed by the Ameri-                                                                 48200 Quantitative Methods in Justice Studies (3)
can Bar Association; and to methods for research-                                                                   Approaches to problem finding in criminal justice,
ing the answers to ethical dilemmas. Prerequisites:         46705 Community Corrections (3)                         models of research design and techniques of data
JUS 18000 and 28001.                                        This course is devoted to an examination of formal      collection and analysis; issues and uses of criminal
                                                            and informal approaches to correctional supervision     justice research. Exercises included. Prerequisite:
                                                            and treatment through probation, parole and com-        12 hours of JUS including 12000 and 32400 or per-
38005 Tort Law (3)                                          munity residential treatment. Prerequisite: 12 hours    mission.
Focuses on tort and personal injury law. Topics             of JUS including 12000 and 26701 or permission.
include intentional injuries to person and property,
negligence, strict liability, product liability, defenses                                                           48300     Law of Corporations and Other
and immunity, and ethics. Prerequisites: JUS 18000          46706 Juvenile Justice (3)                                        Associations (3)
and 28001.                                                  Focuses on operation of juvenile justice system and     This course will cover the formation, operation, and
                                                            critical contemporary issues. Diversion, status         dissolution of various kinds of business organiza-
                                                            offenders, legal rights of juveniles, justice system    tions. Subjects covered include: sole proprietor-
38006 Applied Legal Research and Litigation (3)             management. Prerequisite: 12 hours of JUS includ-       ships, corporations, partnerships, the law of agency
Case analysis and preparation of argumentative              ing 12000 and 26701 or permission.                      and employment agreements. Prerequisites: JUS
memorandum. Includes writing of factual memo-                                                                       18000 and 28001.
randa, file summaries and advocacy letters. Prereq-
uisites: JUS 18000 and 28001.                               46707 Correctional Institutions (3)
                                                            A thorough examination of the correctional institu-     48400 Intellectual Property Law (3)
                                                            tion, including the structure and organization, per-    The purpose of this course is to acquaint students
38007 Human Service Agencies and the Law (3)                sonnel, inmate social world and examination of the      with the fundamentals of intellectual property ("IP")
Designed to acquaint the student with the substance         issues in contemporary correctional institutions.       law. Students will be introduced to the four primary
and procedure of law pertaining to human service            Prerequisite: 12 hours of JUS including 12000 and       fields within intellectual property: trademarks, copy-
agencies. Included: definitions, terminology, topical       26701 or permission.                                    rights, patents and trade secrets. At the conclusion of
areas and legal ethics. Prerequisite: 9 hours includ-                                                               the course, students will fully understand how IP
ing JUS 12000 or permission.                                                                                        rights are acquired, registered (if necessary), protect-
                                                                                                                    ed, transferred and infringed. Moreover, students will
                                                                                                                    be introduced to emerging IP topics and introduced
                                                                                                                    to international developments in the IP fields. Prereq-
                                                                                                                    uisite: Prerequisites: JUS 18000 and 28001.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
456                    LS       LAT




                       LABOR STUDIES (LS)*                                      11004 Applied Laboratory Technology (3)                  26201 Intermediate Latin I: Readings (3)
                       10501 Introduction to American Labor (3)                 Introduces the applied techniques used in general        Excerpts from Latin literature with emphasis on
                       Study of forces in American history which shaped         industrial, chemical and environmental laboratories,     translation into English. Prerequisite: LAT 16202 or
                       labor movement, with attention to political, social,     including sample preparation, handline and data          equivalent.
                       economic and legal factors. Prerequisite: None.          management using laboratory information manage-
                                                                                ment systems (LIMS). Prerequisite: COMT 11000,
                                                                                LABT 11002.                                              26202 Intermediate Latin II: Readings (3)
                       10505 Union Organization and Administration (3)                                                                   Excerpts from Latin literature with emphasis on
                       Study of organization and administration of a local                                                               both prose (e.g., Caesar, Cicero) and poetry (Vergil,
                       union, including structure of union, responsibilities    20010      Industrial Hygiene and Environmental          Catullus). Prerequisite: LAT 26201 or equivalent.
                       of union officers, committee work, legal require-                   Testing (3)
                       ments, and internal and external communications.         Sampling and testing for workplace air monitoring,
                       Prerequisite: None.                                      soil and waste water using different types of sample     36170 Cicero (3)
                                                                                media, sample storage and sample preparation, intro-     Readings in Cicero’s orations and philosophical
                                                                                duction to OSHA, NIOSH, EPA and ASTM procedures.         works, stressing rhetorical techniques. Consideration
                       10510 Labor and the American Economy (3)                 Prerequisites: CHEM 20111, 20112, LABT 11004.            of Cicero’s role in Roman history and his place in
                       Survey of the economic forces which affect the lives                                                              Latin literature. Prerequisite: LAT 26202 or equivalent.
                       of Americans as producers, consumers and citi-
                       zens. Evaluation of labor’s effects on American          21001     Introduction to Industrial Chemical
                       economy. Prerequisite: None.                                       Processes (2)                                  36171 Vergil (3)
                                                                                Introduction to industrial chemistry and chemical        A study of the Latin text of Vergil’s Aeneid stressing
                                                                                processes. Study of how commercial chemicals are         the poetry of the language. Consideration of entire
                       20501      Collective Bargaining and Labor               manufactured from raw material to end product.           poem and its impact on Latin literature. Prerequi-
                                  Contracts (3)                                 Prerequisite: None.                                      site: LAT 26202.
                       Basic course covering the relationships between the
                       parties, structure, content and strategies involved in
                       collective bargaining. Course includes current issues    21092 Internship in Laboratory Technology (1-2)          36211 Latin Prose Composition (3)
 Course Descriptions




                       and trends in major agreements. Prerequisite: None.      Supervised field experience in an environmental,         Analysis of prose models; writing of connected
                                                                                industrial or chemical laboratory. Prerequisite: Per-    Latin prose with attention to the Latin idiom. Pre-
                                                                                mission.                                                 requisite: LAT 26202 or equivalent.
                       20505 Labor and Current Issues (2)
                       Discussion and evaluation of current labor issues,
                       including labor movement, equal employment               21095      Special Topics in Laboratory                  36351 Latin Comedy (3)
                       opportunities, the environmental consequences of                    Technology (1-3)                              Characteristics and history of Latin comedy; read-
                       industrial expansion, health care, consumerism and       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Specialized          ings from Plautus and Terence. Prerequisite: LAT
                       foreign competition. Prerequisite: None.                 instruction oriented primarily to the application of     26202 or permission.
                                                                                current technology developed for testing laborato-
                                                                                ries. This course is repeatable as the specific topic
                       LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (LABT)*                            will vary. Prerequisite: Permission.                     36372 Lyric Poetry (3)
                       11001 Laboratory Safety (3)                                                                                       Readings from the poetry of Catullus and Horace,
                       Investigation of standards for laboratory safety                                                                  with considerations of the general genre of lyric; a
                       including material safety data sheets, chemical stor-    21096      Individual Investigation in Laboratory        comparison of style and content of the two poets.
                       age and handling, and preparation of laboratory                     Technology (1-3)                              Prerequisite: LAT 26202 or permission.
                       chemical hygiene plan. Prerequisite: None.               Individual investigation in laboratory technology.
                                                                                Open to laboratory technology majors. Prerequisite:
                                                                                Permission.                                              36373 Advanced Prose Authors (3)
                       11002      Laboratory Quality Assurance and                                                                       Consideration of a major prose author such as Pliny
                                  Quality Control (4)                                                                                    the Younger, Livy, Tacitus or Suetonius; may be
                       Investigation of quality assurance and quality con-      LATIN (LAT)                                              repeated when a different author is read. Prerequi-
                       trol procedures related to sampling and analysis in              For placement and credit in foreign              site: LAT 26202 or permission.
                       environmental, industrial and chemical laboratories.             language courses see Arts and Sci-
                       Prerequisite: None.                                              ences—Foreign Language Require-
                                                                                        ment—Placement and Credit.                       40393 Variable Title Workshop (1-6)
                                                                                                                                         Workshops individually designed to provide instruc-
                       11003     Laboratory Information Management                                                                       tion and training in Latin studies. S/U grading. Pre-
                                 Systems (2)                                    16201 Elementary Latin I (4)                             requisite: Departmental permission.
                       Introduces laboratory information management sys-        An introduction to the classical Latin language in the
                       tems (LIMS), designs, implementation, importance         context of ancient Roman culture. Prerequisite:
                       to lab QA/QC and commercially available systems.         None. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.       46095 Selected Topics in Latin (3)
                       Laboratory work to emphasize utilization of com-                                                                  Topic announced in the Schedule of Classes. Pre-
                       mercially available systems. Prerequisite: COMT                                                                   requisite: LAT 26202 or permission.
                       11000 and LABT 11002.                                    16202 Elementary Latin II (4)
                                                                                A continuation of the introduction to the classical
                                                                                Latin language in the context of ancient Roman cul-      46096 Individual Investigation (1-3)
                                                                                ture. Prerequisite: LAT 16201 or equivalent. This        Investigation of problems in Latin literature or lin-
                                                                                course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                  guistics. IP grading permissible. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                                         Departmental permission.
                                                                                                                                                        LAT         LEST         457




46352 Elegiac Poets (3)                                     21092 Internship (2)                                      26030 Recreation Group Leadership (3)
Selections from Tibullus, Propertius and Ovid. Pre-         Supervised field experience. This experience              Group leadership concepts, methods and tech-
requisite: LAT 26202 or permission.                         requires a minimum of 14 hours per week for               niques. Practical experience in planning and con-
                                                            unpaid work experiences or 20 hours per week for          ducting recreational activities for a variety of
                                                            employment with pay. Course offered at the East           populations. Prerequisite: LEST 16000. Special fee:
46374     Juvenal’s Satires and Martial’s                   Liverpool Campus only. Prerequisite: LEGT 28006           $4/cr. hr.—subject to change.
          Epigrams (3)                                      and permission; corequisite: LEGT 28008.
General consideration of Roman satire. Prerequisite:
LAT 26202 or permission.                                                                                              26081 Outdoor/Environmental Education (3)
                                                            27091 Special Topics in Paralegal Studies (2-3)           Foundations of the outdoor/environmental educa-
                                                            (Cross-listed with JUS 27095) (Repeatable for a           tion movement, ecological concepts and relation-
46375 Lucretius (3)                                         total of 6 hours) Intensive analysis of issues signifi-   ships; environmental ethics and issues; and
De Rerum Natura. Prerequisite: LAT 26202 or per-            cant and current in the field which are not covered       examination of outdoor/environmental programs in
mission.                                                    in regular courses. IP grade permissible. Prerequi-       recreational and school settings. Prerequisite: None.
                                                            site: LEGT 18000 or permission.

LEGAL ASSISTING TECHNOLOGY                                                                                            36000      Computer Applications in Recreation and
(LEGT)*                                                     28004 Principles and Practice of Litigation (3)                      Sport (3)
18000 Introduction to Paralegal Studies (3)                 (Cross-listed with JUS 28004) Introduction to the         This course will focus on the personal computer
(Cross-listed with JUS 18000) An overview of the            rules of civil procedure, statutes of limitation and      and its general function and uses in a recreation and
legal system and the role of a paralegal profession-        discovery. Includes the role of the legal assistant in    sport environment. The student will learn a wide
al. Includes legal terminology, types of laws,              preparing for litigation. Prerequisite: LEGT 18000 or     variety of applications and programs pertinent to
research, litigation, interviewing and office manage-       permission.                                               the recreation and sport industry. Prerequisite:
ment. Course offered at the East Liverpool Campus                                                                     Junior standing or permission.
only. Prerequisite: None.
                                                            28005 Civil Litigation (3)
                                                            Role of paralegals in preparation for motions, trials     36010 Recreation, Leisure and Aging (3)




                                                                                                                                                                                  Course Descriptions
18001 Legal Research and Writing (3)                        and appeals. Specialized practices such as personal       Knowledge and understanding of leisure and aging.
(Cross-listed with JUS 28001) In-depth analysis of          injury, medical malpractice, product and environ-         Planning and implementing recreational programs
the legal research process, development of legal            mental liability. Prerequisite: LEGT 28004.               and activities for enriching the lives of older per-
writing skills; opportunities to utilize research and                                                                 sons. Prerequisite: LEST 26030 or permission.
writing skills are integrated into the course. Course
offered at the East Liverpool Campus only. Prerequi-        28006 Advanced Legal Research and Writing (3)
site: LEGT 18000.                                           Introduction to case analysis and preparation of          36040       Inclusion of People with Disabilities in
                                                            argumentative memorandum. Including writing of                        Leisure Services (3)
                                                            factual memorandum, file summaries and advocacy           An examination of attitudes toward people with dis-
18002 Corporate Law (3)                                     letters. Course offered at the East Liverpool Campus      abilities, characteristics of various disability groups,
Introduction to corporation law and its application to      only. Prerequisite: LEGT 18001.                           the role and responsibility of leisure service
client variations in practice. Course offered at the East                                                             providers to be inclusive of all individuals and tech-
Liverpool Campus only. Prerequisite: LEGT 18001.                                                                      niques for adapting programs. Prerequisite: LEST
                                                            28007 Estate and Probate Administration (3)               26030 or permission. This course may be used to
                                                            (Cross-listed with JUS 28007) A study of legal prin-      satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.
18003 Family Law and Procedure (3)                          ciples applicable to wills, organization and jurisdic-
(Cross-listed with JUS 28003) Designed to acquaint          tion of probate court, estate administration in
the student with family law substance and practice.         probate, and tax considerations in estate adminis-        36060 Commercial Recreation and Tourism (3)
Included: definitions, terminology, topical areas and       tration. Course offered at the East Liverpool Campus      Principles of commercial recreation and tourism,
the philosophy underlying family law practice. Pre-         only. Prerequisite: LEGT 28006.                           including entrepreneurship, economic concepts of
requisite: LEGT 18000 or permission.                                                                                  the for-profit recreation industries, and manage-
                                                                                                                      ment skills of commercial recreation and tourism
                                                            28008      Professional Development for                   services. Prerequisite: LEST 16000 or permission.
18004 Tort Claims for Paralegals (3)                                   Paralegals (1)
Focus on tort claims management for paralegals.             Exploration and discussion of the paralegal field.
Topics include injuries to person and property, neg-        Employment opportunities and responsibilities. Pro-       36075     The Process of Program Planning for
ligence, strict and products liability, defenses, pro-      fessional organizations and business etiquette. Pre-                Leisure Services (3)
cessing insurance claims and settlements.                   requisite: LEGT 18001 and permission.                     A systems approach to recreational planning based
Prerequisite: LEGT 18000 or permission.                                                                               on human needs, goal setting procedures, evalua-
                                                                                                                      tion analysis of outcomes. Prerequisites: LEST
                                                            LEISURE STUDIES (LEST)                                    26030 or permission.
18005 Employment Regulations (3)                            16000 Foundations of Recreation and Leisure (3)
Introduction to the employment environment and              Historical examination of the park and recreation
various regulations pertaining to the workplace.            movement; sociological, economic, psychological           36080 Principles of Therapeutic Recreation (3)
Wage and hour statutes, wrongful discharge statutes,        and political considerations for the delivery of          Introduction to the empirical basis of therapeutic
ERISA, Title VII, COBRA. Course offered at the East         leisure and recreation services in contemporary           recreation practice. Includes information on assess-
Liverpool Campus only. Prerequisite: LEGT 18000.            society. Prerequisite: None.                              ment, activity analysis and the systematic documen-
                                                                                                                      tation of individualized treatment plans from within
                                                                                                                      the context of TR programs. Prerequisites: LEST
                                                                                                                      36040.

*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
458                    LEST          M&IS




                       36081 Adventure Education (3)                            46060 Administration of Leisure Services (3)             41095 Selected Topics in Library Science (1-3)
                       Introduction to adventure education, the history and     Administrative practices of private and public leisure   Offered irregularly as resources and opportunities
                       philosophy, initiatives, ropes courses, adventure        service agencies. Organization, philosophy, person-      permit. Topics will be announced in Schedule of
                       curricula, and the basics of outdoor leadership and      nel and fiscal management, public relations and          Classes. Prerequisite: Permission.
                       process facilitation. Prerequisites: LEST 26030 and      legal concerns will be examined. Prerequisites: LEST
                       26081.                                                   36040, 36075, 36092 or 36192, or permission.
                                                                                                                                         MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION
                                                                                                                                         SYSTEMS (M&IS)
                       36085 Leisure and Culture (3)                            46070 Resources for Leisure Settings (3)                 24053 Introduction to Computer Applications (3)
                       Leisure behaviors and beliefs of people from diverse     Understanding the relationship between recreation        Develop competency in the operation of contempo-
                       cultures, factors perpetuating inequality in the Unit-   resources (e.g., land and facilities) and the people     rary software and hardware applications. To develop
                       ed States, and strategies for leisure programming in     who use them. This includes the design and man-          an appreciation for the contribution of computers, soft-
                       a pluralistic society. Prerequisite: None.               agement of public and commercial recreation              ware and the Internet to society. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                places. Prerequisite: LEST 36040 and 36075, or
                                                                                permission.
                       36092 Practicum in Therapeutic Recreation (1)                                                                     24056 Fundamentals of Business Statistics (3)
                       (Repeatable for a total of 3 hours) A 60-hour field                                                               Introduction to concepts in statistical methods and
                       experience in a therapeutic recreation setting. Must     46071    Maintenance and Operation of Areas and          their applications to real-world problems. Examines
                       be approved by instructor prior to registration. S/U              Facilities (3)                                  both the theoretical and practical side of the differ-
                       grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: LEST 16000,       A systems approach for the effective maintenance         ent methods. Prerequisite: MATH 11011 or 12001.
                       permission and leisure studies major or minor.           and operation of areas and facilities. Prerequisite:
                                                                                LEST 36040 and 36075, or permission.
                                                                                                                                         24060 Systems Analysis I (3)
                       36192     Practicum in Leisure Services                                                                           Coverage of the system life cycle, structured
                                 Management (1)                                 46080 Leisure and Law (3)                                process modeling and data modeling methodolo-
                       (Repeatable for a total of 3 hours) A 60-hour field      Designed to alert potential recreational profession-     gies, logical system design and automated analysis
                       experience in a leisure services setting. Must be        als to the litigious environment prevalent in the        tools. Prerequisite: M&IS 24053 and permission.
 Course Descriptions




                       approved by the instructor prior to registration. S/U    United States, increase awareness of their legal
                       grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: LEST 16000,       responsibility and risk management strategies. Pre-
                       permission and leisure studies major or minor.           requisites: LEST 36075, and 36092 or 36192, or           24070 Principles of Systems Development (3)
                                                                                permission.                                              Provides an overview of the information systems
                                                                                                                                         profession, a rigorous introduction to programming
                       46000      Tourism Development and Recreational                                                                   logic and language syntax and a framework for the
                                  Travel (3)                                    46090 Internship Seminar (1)                             IS curriculum. Prerequisite: M&IS 24053 and per-
                       Investigation of travel and tourism development          Planning and preparation for the internship experi-      mission.
                       using an interdisciplinary social science approach.      ence in leisure service settings. Students should
                       Prerequisite: LEST 36060 or permission.                  register for this course two semesters before
                                                                                enrolling in the internship course. S/U grading; IP      24080 Computer Programming for Business (3)
                                                                                permissible. Prerequisites: Junior standing as a         Introduces a programming language currently used
                       46030 Dynamics of Leisure Behavior (3)                   leisure studies major, LEST 36092 or 36192.              in business and industry for data processing, deci-
                       Analysis of leisure behavior through an examination                                                               sion making and other information systems applica-
                       of psychological theories and research. Prerequi-                                                                 tions. Prerequisite: M&IS 24070.
                       site: LEST 36040 and 36075, PEP 25068 or PSYC            46091 Selected Topics in Recreation (1-3)
                       21621, or permission. This course may be used to         (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Selected topics
                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation          dependent upon interest. Prerequisite: None.             24163 Principles of Management (3)
                       requirement with approval of major department.                                                                    Introductory course in management and organiza-
                                                                                                                                         tional design. The leading contributions in the area
                                                                                46092 Internship in Recreation (6-12)                    are reviewed and practical implications are devel-
                       46040      Therapeutic Recreation Program                Supervised full-time experience providing knowl-         oped. Prerequisite: Minimum sophomore standing.
                                  Techniques (3)                                edge of overall agency operation in approved leisure
                       Intervention/facilitation techniques employed in         setting. Fifty contact hours per credit hour. S/U
                       therapeutic recreation practice. Integration of theory   grading; IP permissible. Prerequisites: Senior stand-           Notes About the Courses That Follow:
                       into program plans used in TR for treatment and          ing, LEST 46090 and permission.                                 NOTE 1: Registration in any 30000 or
                       leisure education services for people with illnesses                                                                     40000-level management and infor-
                       or disabilities. Cross-listed with ELS 56040. Prereq-                                                                    mation systems course is restricted to
                       uisite: LEST 36080 or permission.                        46096 Individual Investigation in Recreation (1-3)              the following groups:
                                                                                (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) IP grade permis-          1. Officially declared advanced business
                                                                                sible. Prerequisites: Junior standing and permis-               administration majors.
                       46041     Management of Therapeutic Recreation           sion.                                                         2. Officially declared nonbusiness
                                 Services (3)                                                                                                   majors with a minimum 60 semester
                       Techniques, approaches, procedures and practices                                                                         hours completed and a minimum 2.00
                       in the provision of therapeutic recreation services.     LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE                                 cumulative GPA. Registration priority
                       Prerequisite: LEST 46040.                                (LIS)                                                           is extended to those majors that
                                                                                40693     Variable Title Workshop in Library and                specifically require 30000 and 40000-
                                                                                          Information Science (1-3)                             level management and information
                                                                                Intensive examination of special topics of interest.            systems courses.
                                                                                Course may be repeated. S/U grading. Prerequisite:            3. Officially declared premajor (with a
                                                                                Junior or senior standing and permission.                       minimum 60 semester hours complet-
                                                                                                                                                                   M&IS         459




        ed and a minimum 2.25 cumulative                    34056 Intermediate Statistics (3)                         34180 Human Resource Management (3)
        GPA) registering for advanced busi-                 Chi-square tests: goodness of fit; contingency tables;    Focuses on the competitive advantage derived from
        ness courses.                                       analysis of variance; one-way and two-ways of classi-     the better management of a firm’s human
                                                            fication; linear, curvilinear and multiple regression     resources. Issues related to managing people at
                                                            and correlation; elements of time series analysis. Pre-   work will be discussed from both practical and the-
        NOTE 2: Admission to all 30000 or                   requisite: M&IS 24056; see notes 1 and 2.                 oretical perspectives. Prerequisite: M&IS 24163;
        40000-level courses requires comple-                                                                          Permission.
        tion of all prerequisites and appropri-
        ate academic status.                                34057 Decision Science I (3)
                                                            Fundamentals of management science techniques             34185      Individual and Group Behavior in
                                                            from a problem-solving perspective. Stresses prob-                   Organizations (3)
34031 Systems Simulation (3)                                lem formulation, decision theory, solution sensitivi-     Determinants of individual and group behavior with-
Concepts and methods of simulating systems to               ty analysis and solution implementation using             in work organizations. Topics covered include: moti-
facilitate managerial decision making. Students             practical applications. Prerequisites: MATH 11012         vation, job design, learning, decision making,
design computerized simulation models using sim-            and M&IS 24056; see notes 1 and 2.                        leadership and group behavior as they relate to per-
ulation language to analyze complex problems. Pre-                                                                    formance and other outcomes in work organizations.
requisite: M&IS 24056, 24080; see notes 1 and 2.                                                                      Prerequisite: M&IS 24163; see notes 1 and 2.
                                                            34058 Operations Research I (3)
                                                            Matrix algebra, linear programming, transportation
34032 Data and File Technology (3)                          problems and network flow problems. Theory and            34280 Social Responsibility in the Workplace (3)
An introduction to file architecture and database           solution methods of each problem developed in             Using a case-based approach to learning, this
management systems. The application of these                conjunction with applications and foundations. Pre-       course provides information on what constitutes
technologies is detailed. Prerequisite: M&IS 24070.         requisites: MATH 11011 or 12001, and M&IS                 appropriate business behavior by examining the
                                                            34057; see notes 1 and 2.                                 major business and nonbusiness factors that influ-
                                                                                                                      ence business policies and practices. Prerequisite:
34033 Computer Programming for Business II (3)                                                                        M&IS 24163; see notes 1 and 2.
Continuation of Computer Programming for Busi-              34060 Operations Management (3)




                                                                                                                                                                                 Course Descriptions
ness I. Emphasis on problem solving, developing             A survey course in production and operations man-
systems, structured programming, programming                agement that covers the managerial concepts and           44042 Telecommunications and Networking (3)
style conventions and programming in teams. Pre-            the quantitative tools used in the design, planning,      Presentation of current and emerging telecommuni-
requisite: M&IS 24060, 24070; see notes 1 and 2.            operation and control of production systems. Prereq-      cations services and networking technologies with
                                                            uisites: M&IS 24053 and 24056; see notes 1 and 2.         emphasis on their strengths, limitations and busi-
                                                                                                                      ness applications. Prerequisite: M&IS 24070; see
34036 Large Systems Technology (3)                                                                                    notes 1 and 2.
An introduction to the use of large computer systems;       34061      Manufacturing Processes: Design and
experience with job control language, utilities, telepro-              Control (3)
cessing monitors, exec. languages, and job streams.         Analytical approaches to design and control of cost-      44043 Data Base Management Systems (3)
Prerequisite: M&IS 24060, 24070; see notes 1 and 2.         effective, energy-conserving manufacturing                The design, implementation and management of
                                                            processes: methodologies and cases from a variety         database management systems within organizations
                                                            of industrial applications. Prerequisites: M&IS           are studied from both theoretical and applied per-
34045 Small Systems Technology (3)                          24056 and 34060; see notes 1 and 2.                       spectives. Prerequisite: M&IS 24060, 24070; see
An examination of the role of small computer sys-                                                                     notes 1 and 2.
tems within an organization’s information systems
environment. Prerequisite: M&IS 24060, 24070; see           34062 Job Design and Measurement (3)
notes 1 and 2.                                              Practical and theoretical considerations in the           44044 Systems Analysis II (3)
                                                            design of work systems and the measurement of             Physical system implementation: mapping logical
                                                            job content and development of compensation               data models and process models to physical data
34053 Data Integration (3)                                  plans. Prerequisite: M&IS 34060; see notes 1 and 2.       bases and system design; system coding, testing,
This course mixes concepts of data and information                                                                    installation, conversion, training and automated tools.
with hands-on applications with popular business                                                                      Prerequisite: M&IS 24060, 24070; see notes 1 and 2.
software and the migration of the information to the        34063       Operations Analysis: Modern
Internet as well as Intranets. Prerequisite: M&IS                       Technology (3)
24060, 24070; see notes 1 and 2. This course is only        Case-method study of selected operating problems          44045 Information Systems Management (3)
open to CIS minors. CIS majors will not receive credit.     including such topics as materials handling, plant        Management of information systems resources and
                                                            layout, line balancing and capacity problems. Prereq-     the IS function. Topics include IS planning for global,
                                                            uisites: M&IS 34056 and 34060; see notes 1 and 2.         national and interorganizational commerce. IS archi-
34054      Using Information Systems for Solving                                                                      tecture development and strategic alignment, infor-
           Business Problems (3)                                                                                      mation technology portfolio and risk management,
This course is a continuation of M&IS 24053 and             34165 Dynamics of Leadership (3)                          project management, management of technical
provides students with further study of use of infor-       Contemporary theories of management and leader-           employees and management of technology customer
mation systems in solving business problems. Pre-           ship; practical application cases; personal assess-       issues. Prerequisite: M&IS 24060, 24070 plus one
requisite: M&IS 24053. This course is only open to          ment and opportunities to develop individual and          additional CIS course; see notes 1 and 2. This course
business management majors during the initial reg-          group leadership. Prerequisite: M&IS 24163; see           is open only to CIS majors. This course may be used
istration period. If space is available after the initial   note 1.                                                   to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation
registration, the course is open to any business                                                                      requirement with approval of major department.
major on a first-come, first-served basis.


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
460                    M&IS          MFGT




                       44048 Software Integration (3)                         44096 Individual Investigation in Management (3)       44285 Integrated Business Policy and Strategy (3)
                       The design and implementation of information sys-      Presents opportunity to undertake research.            Integration of the functional areas of business in the
                       tems. Traditional and alternative development          Approval of topic and agreement to work with stu-      formulation and implementation of policy. Projects
                       strategies are investigated from a theoretical and     dent must be secured from faculty member and the       and case analyses of business situations provide stu-
                       applied perspective. Group project to implement        chairperson of the department prior to registration.   dents with the opportunity to apply analytical and cre-
                       information system with software packages. Prereq-     Prerequisite: Permission; see notes 1 and 2.           ative problem solving skills. Prerequisite: M&IS
                       uisite: M&IS 24080; see notes 1 and 2.                                                                        24163 and permission.

                                                                              44150 Total Quality Management (3)
                       44049 Network Management (3)                           Considers the application of sound management          44292 Internship in Information Systems (3)
                       Practical aspects of installing and managing PC net-   principles and theories needed for successful imple-   Preparation of a research report concurrent with on-
                       works within business organizations. Emphasis on       mentation of quality processes and systems. The        the-job experience in the information systems
                       commonly used network operating systems, LAN           course will be based on class discussion and cases.    department of a cooperating business or industrial
                       and WAN technologies, internetworking and media.       Prerequisite: M&IS 24163; see note 1. This course      organization. Prerequisite: 2.5 minimum GPA;
                       Prerequisite: M&IS 44042; see notes 1 and 2.           may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course    M&IS 24060, 24070; see notes 1 and 2.
                                                                              graduation requirement with approval of major
                                                                              department.
                       44056     Statistical Models for Business                                                                     MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
                                 Applications (3)                                                                                    TECHNOLOGY (MFGT)*
                       The application of linear statistical models such as   44181 Human Resource Information Systems (3)           12010 Safety in the Workplace (2)
                       regression analysis of variance, analysis of covari-   Analysis and design of human resource systems          Topics include Ohio general industry safety require-
                       ance, and design of experiments for managerial         with emphasis on HRIS applications, software,          ments. Discussion will include all workshops and
                       decision problems. Prerequisite: M&IS 34056; see       inputs and outputs. Basic information systems con-     factories, metal casting, steel mills, and rubber and
                       notes 1 and 2.                                         cepts are included. Prerequisites: M&IS 24053 and      plastic industries. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                              34180; permission.

                       44063 Quality and Cost Control (3)                                                                            13001      Computer Numerical Control
 Course Descriptions




                       Modern Q&R assurance that combines statistical         44183      Developing and Training Human                          Programming (3)
                       and behavioral aspects: sampling plan, statistical                Resources in Organizations (3)              Lathe and mill computer numerical control (CNC)
                       process control, tolerancing, reliability assurance,   The focus of this course is quality training design,   programming: conversational, M & G codes. Manu-
                       product and process optimization, quality motiva-      based upon theory and empirical research. Implica-     al data input and off-line programming: offsets, cut-
                       tion and management. Prerequisite: M&IS 24056          tions for practice and current challenges in employ-   ter compensation, linear, circular and helical
                       and 34060. See notes 1 and 2.                          ee training and development are also highlighted.      interpolation. Prerequisite: EERT 22013 and MERT
                                                                              Prerequisite: M&IS 34180; permission.                  12000 and 12004.

                       44064 Manufacturing Resource Planning (3)
                       A systems approach to the control of materials and     44191      Senior Research Seminar in                  14001     Geometric Dimensioning and
                       resources in an operating environment. Emphasizes                 Management (3)                                        Tolerancing (3)
                       forecasting, material and capacity planning, imple-    Combination of individual or group research and        Theory and application of geometric dimensioning
                       mentation and control. Prerequisite: M&IS 34060;       class discussion for superior students. Investiga-     and tolerancing (GD&T) including interpretation of
                       see notes 1 and 2.                                     tions in administration and organization conducted     GD&T symbols on blueprints and inspection of
                                                                              in accordance with scholarly interests of partici-     parts with coordinate measuring machine. Prerequi-
                                                                              pants. Prerequisite: Permission; see notes 1 and 2.    sites: MERT 12000 and EERT 22003.
                       44065      Strategies in Production and Operations
                                  Management (3)
                       Senior project in industrial management. Applies       44192 Internship in Management (3)                     21001     Standard Design Practice for
                       concepts from all prior coursework to the solution     A supervised field experience requiring a minimum                Manufacturing Technology (3)
                       of real and simulated operating problems. Prerequi-    of 120 hours of work at a cooperating organization.    Analysis of fundamental machine design components.
                       site: M&IS 44064 or permission; see notes 1 and 2.     Requires regular contact with instructor and prepa-    Discussion will include keys, fasteners, pulleys, gears,
                       This course may be used to satisfy the writing-        ration of an internship report connecting academic     chains, bearings, power transmission equipment and
                       intensive course graduation requirement with           coursework to on-the-job experiences. Prerequisite:    associated topics. Prerequisites: MFGT 14001, EERT
                       approval of major department.                          M&IS 24053 and 24163. See notes 1 and 2. Intern-       22002, and MERT 12001 and 12005.
                                                                              ship proposal submission and instructor permission
                                                                              required.
                       44093     Variable Title Workshop in Management                                                               22014 Advanced Industrial Electronics (3)
                                 and Information Systems (1-6)                                                                       Advanced course in PLC program design and imple-
                       S/U grading.                                           44195     Advanced Topics in Human Resource            mentation. Emphasis on Boolean logic. Project defi-
                                                                                        Management (3)                               nition and completion. Prerequisite: EERT 22013
                                                                              Advanced topics course that will be offered on a
                       44095 Special Topics (3)                               yearly basis. Topics can span the full range of HR
                       Special topics course that will be offered on a        functions. This course can also have a practicum       23001 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (3)
                       semester basis with different topics and different     format. Prerequisite: Declared HRM minor, permis-      Theory and application of computer-aided manufac-
                       faculty involved each time the course is offered.      sion, and M&IS 34180.                                  turing. Generation of CNC code using CAM applica-
                       Prerequisite: Junior standing; see notes 1 and 2.                                                             tions, both from CAD drawings and directly from
                                                                                                                                     CAM package. Prerequisites: MFGT 13001 and
                                                                                                                                     MERT 12001.
                                                                                                                                                 MFGT           MKTG          461




23002      Advanced Computer-Aided                                ed and a minimum 2.25 cumulative                    45045      Advertising and Promotion
           Manufacturing (3)                                      GPA) registering for advanced busi-                            Management (3)
An advanced class in computer-aided manufactur-                   ness courses.                                       This course increases students’ understanding of
ing. Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) program                                                                     advertising concepts as well as structure and func-
applications. Emphasis will be placed on industrial                                                                   tions of different “players” within the industry. It
projects. Prerequisite: MFGT 23001.                               NOTE 2: Admission to all 30000- or                  integrates marketing and advertising theory with
                                                                  40000-level courses requires comple-                application in advertising decision-making. Prereq-
                                                                  tion of all prerequisites and appropri-             uisite: MKTG 25010; see notes 1 and 2.
MARINE RETAIL OPERATIONS                                          ate academic status.
TECHNOLOGY (MROT)*
11000 The Marine Dealership (3)                                                                                       45046 Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)
A review of recreational boating in the United             35015 Service Marketing (3)                                This course covers communication and successful
States; new technology affecting the industry; and         This course focuses on marketing a product that is         selling, building relationships, ethics, the buying
industry growth forecasts nationally and geographi-        primarily service rather than manufactured good.           process, prospecting, planning and making sales
cally. Prerequisite: None.                                 Service marketers must address a broad range of            calls and sales management. Prerequisite: MKTG
                                                           issues, including design of the service production         25010; see notes 1 and 2.
                                                           process, recruitment and training of service
11005     Principles of Navigation and                     providers, relationship marketing for customer
          Seamanship (3)                                   retention and management of service quality. Pre-          45060 International Marketing (3)
Review of equipment and techniques fundamental to          requisite: MKTG 25010; see notes 1 and 2.                  Examination of international marketing in terms of
navigation, pilotage and safety. Includes the study of                                                                exporting and importing. Emphasizes differences
tides and streams, navigational equipment and safe                                                                    among markets because of geography, politics, eco-
handling of recreational boats. Prerequisite: None.        35025 Supply Chain Management (3)                          nomics, culture, commercial policy and trade prac-
                                                           This course covers the structure and management            tices. Prerequisite: MKTG 25010; see notes 1 and 2.
                                                           of distribution channels. It includes such topics as
21015     Internal Operations of the Marina and            intermediaries and their roles, push vs. pull strate-
          Dealership (2)                                   gies, ethics and legal issues, conflict management         45071 Business Marketing and E-Commerce (3)




                                                                                                                                                                               Course Descriptions
Review of current government regulations, risk             through negotiation, logistics, economic value, ver-       This course covers relationship building, customer
management and operation management of the ser-            tical integration and strategic alliances. Prerequisite:   analysis and retention, market segmentation and
vice department of marinas and marine dealership           MKTG 25010; see notes 1 and 2.                             strategy, purchasing and materials management,
boatyards. Prerequisite: Completion of 21 technical                                                                   new product development and pricing. Prerequisite:
credit hours.                                                                                                         MKTG 25010; see notes 1 and 2.
                                                           35035 Consumer Behavior (3)
                                                           This course covers consumer decision-making
21050 Merchandising Boats and Service (3)                  processes and psychological, sociological, cultural        45082     Retailing and Web-Based
Basic concepts of merchandising including invento-         and economic factors influencing them. Analysis of                   Merchandising (3)
ry, assortment planning, pricing, show room and            marketing mix strategies and policies in a behav-          Survey of field of retailing, including the impact of
service facilities; location factors, design, layout and   ioral context. Prerequisite: MKTG 25010; see notes         the Internet. Analysis of decisions necessary for
space utilization; advertising and other promotion         1 and 2.                                                   store location, layout and equipment, as well as for
functions. Prerequisite: MROT 11000 and BMRT                                                                          buying and merchandise control. Problems dealing
21050 or permission.                                                                                                  with opening new firms. Prerequisite: MKTG 25010;
                                                           35050 Marketing Research (3)                               see notes 1 and 2.
                                                           This course focuses on the collection and analysis
MARKETING (MKTG)                                           of new marketing data, both for exploratory and for
25010 Marketing (3)                                        decision-making purposes. Students work individu-          45084 Marketing Policies and Strategies (3)
Functions, institutions and basic problems in mar-         ally and in teams, developing and communicating            Capstone course in marketing dealing with market-
keting goods and services from viewpoint of man-           responses to managerial questions. Prerequisites:          ing policies and strategies with emphasis on man-
ager of business firm operating within social,             MKTG 25010; M&IS 24056 (may be taken concur-               agerial decision-making Harvard case approach.
economics and legal environment. Prerequisites:            rently with instructor permission); see notes 1 and 2.     Prerequisites: Senior standing; MKTG 35035,
ECON 22060 and 22061; ECON 22061 can be taken                                                                         35050; see notes 1 and 2. This course may be used
concurrently with MKTG 25010.                                                                                         to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation
                                                           35055 Internet Marketing (3)                               requirement with approval of major department.
                                                           This course will give students an understanding of
       Notes About the Courses That Follow:                the ways in which the Internet and the World Wide
       NOTE 1: Registration in any 30000- or               Web can be integrated into the marketing mix. In           45091 Marketing Seminar (3)
       40000-level marketing course is                     addition, tools of marketing which are available via       Current topics in marketing. Certain sections of this
       restricted to the following groups:                 the Internet will be explored. Prerequisite: MKTG          variable topic seminar may require instructor per-
     1. Officially declared advanced business              25010; see notes 1 and 2.                                  mission or have further prerequisites. See current
       administration majors and minors.                                                                              Schedule of Classes. Prerequisites: MKTG 25010;
     2. Officially declared nonbusiness                                                                               see notes 1 and 2; additional prerequisites may be
       majors with a minimum 60 semester                   40093 Variable Title Workshop in Marketing (1-6)           specified in current course listing.
       hours completed and a minimum 2.00                  Special topics in marketing. Hours credit depend on
       cumulative GPA. Registration priority               scope of project. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Con-
       is extended to those majors that                    trolled; see notes 1 and 2.                                45096 Individual Investigation in Marketing (3)
       specifically require 30000- and 40000-                                                                         Independent investigation of appropriate problem
       level marketing courses.                                                                                       undertaken by student majoring in marketing.
     3. Officially declared premajor (with a                                                                          Requires permission of instructor. Prerequisite:
       minimum 60 semester hours complet-                                                                             MKTG 25010; see notes 1 and 2.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
462                    MKTG           MATH




                       45292 Marketing Internship (3)                           11012 Intuitive Calculus (3)                             19001 Technical Mathematics I (4)*
                       Preparation of research report concurrent with on-       Designed to give an overview of differential and         Introduction to geometry, algebra and trigonometry.
                       the-job experience with cooperating business or          integral calculus to business and life-science           For students in the engineering technologies. Prereq-
                       other organization. Prerequisite: MKTG 25010; see        majors. Does not include trigonometric functions.        uisite: Three years of high school math or equivalent.
                       notes 1 and 2. Instructor permission required.           Prerequisite: MATH 11011 or 12001, or appropriate
                                                                                placement test score. This course may be used to
                                                                                satisfy the LERs.                                        19002 Technical Mathematics II (4)*
                       MATHEMATICS (MATH)                                                                                                Continuation of MATH 19001. Emphasizes advanced
                             For placement in college mathematics                                                                        topics in algebra and trigonometry, analytic geometry,
                             courses see Arts and Sciences—                     11022 Trigonometry (2)                                   derivatives and integrals. Prerequisite: MATH 19001.
                             Mathematics and Logic Require-                     Solution of triangles, trigonometric equations and
                             ment—Placement. Due to the                         identities. Prerequisite: MATH 11011 or appropriate
                             sequential nature of the study of                  placement test score and no credit for 12001.            19099     Field Experience in Mathematics
                             mathematics, once students have                                                                                       Instruction (1)
                             received credit for, or established pro-                                                                    Learning through tutoring. A supervised lab experi-
                             ficiency at, one level in a sequence of            12001 Algebra and Trigonometry (4)                       ence in providing explanations of mathematical con-
                             mathematics coursework, they are not               Includes topics covered in MATH 11011 and 11022.         cepts. May be repeated in a different area.
                             allowed to receive academic credit                 Prerequisites: Appropriate placement test score and      Prerequisite: Permission for one of the areas: algebra,
                             toward graduation for a prior course               no credit for 11011 or 11022. This course may be         trigonometry, mathematics education or calculus.
                             in the sequence or for a course in a               used to satisfy the LERs.
                             lower sequence. Students with ques-
                             tions concerning the applicability of                                                                       20095 Special Topics in Mathematics (1-5)
                             such sequential coursework should                  12002 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)               Various special courses will be announced in the
                             consult the Department of Mathemati-               Concepts of limit, continuity and derivative, and the    Schedule of Classes under this course number with
                             cal Sciences.                                      indefinite and definite integral for functions of one    different section numbers. Repeated registration
                                                                                real variable. Maximization, related rates, Funda-       permitted. Prerequisite: Permission.
                                                                                mental Theorem of Calculus. Prerequisite: MATH
 Course Descriptions




                       10004 Developmental Mathematics (4)                      12001 or 11022 or appropriate placement test
                       Survey of the fundamentals of mathematics. Covers        score. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.      21001 Linear Algebra with Applications (3)
                       real numbers, integers, equations and decimals.                                                                   Systems of linear equations and the associated
                       Hours not counted toward graduation. Prerequisite:                                                                matrix operations, linear transformations, vector
                       Assessment testing or permission.                        12003 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (5)              spaces, bases, eigenvectors. Prerequisite: MATH
                                                                                Continued study of techniques and applications of        11012 or 12002.
                                                                                integration; trigonometric, logarithmic and exponen-
                       10005 Introduction to College Mathematics (3)            tial functions; polar coordinates; vectors; parametric
                       Includes number systems, exponents, polynomials,         equations; sequences and series. Prerequisite:           21003      Introduction to Systems Analysis and
                       the Cartesian coordinate system, linear and quadrat-     MATH 12002.                                                         Data Communications (3)*
                       ic equations and inequalities. Prerequisites: Appro-                                                              (Cross-listed with COMT 21003) Background in the
                       priate placement test score or grade of C or better in                                                            topic of systems analysis, design, development and
                       MATH 10004; no previous mathematics courses.             12021 Calculus for Life Sciences (4)                     implementation including an overview of telepro-
                                                                                Differential and integral calculus using examples        cessing. Prerequisite: M&IS 24080.
                                                                                and problems in life sciences. Prerequisite: ILS
                       10041 Elementary Probability and Statistics (3)          major or permission.
                       Descriptive statistics, probability concepts, binomial                                                            21092 Computer Practicum (2)*
                       and normal distributions. Sampling, estimation,                                                                   (Cross-listed with COMT 21092) Supervised work
                       hypothesis testing. Analysis of paired data, linear      12022      Probability and Statistics for Life           experience in a computer installation. Prerequisite:
                       models and correlation. Prerequisite: MATH 10005                    Sciences (3)                                  None.
                       or appropriate placement test score.                     Probability and statistics with applications in med-
                                                                                ical and biological sciences. Prerequisite: MATH
                                                                                12021 or 12003.                                          22005 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III (3)
                       11008 Explorations in Modern Mathematics (3)                                                                      Study of functions of several variables, including
                       Topics from various branches of mathematics will                                                                  partial derivatives and multiple integrals. Prerequi-
                       be chosen to introduce the student to the wide vari-     14001 Basic Mathematical Concepts I (4)                  site: MATH 12003.
                       eties of ways in which mathematics affect everyday       Development of the real number systems and its
                       life. Prerequisite: Appropriate test scores. This        subsystems, open sentences, numeration systems
                       course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                  and some number theory concepts. Prerequisite:           30011 Basic Probability and Statistics (3)
                                                                                MATH 10005 or appropriate placement test score.          Analysis and representation of data. Controlled
                                                                                This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.             experiments and observations. Measurement
                       11011 College Algebra (4)                                                                                         errors. Correlation and regression. Sampling. Prob-
                       Level of difficulty between that of MATH 10005 and                                                                ability models and tests of models. Inference. Pre-
                       12001. Includes factoring, equations, inequalities,      14002 Basic Mathematical Concepts II (3)                 requisite: MATH 11011 or 12001.
                       functions, graphs, exponential and logarithmic func-     Basic concepts of modular arithmetics, probability,
                       tions. Prerequisites: MATH 10005 or appropriate          statistics and geometry. Prerequisite: MATH 14001.
                       placement test score; and no credit for 12001. This      This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.
                       course may be used to satisfy the LERs.
                                                                                                                                                               MATH           463




31011 Discrete Mathematics (3)                            40031 Basic Nonparametric Statistics (3)                 41021 Theory of Matrices (3)
(Cross-listed with CS 31011) Discrete mathematical        Rank tests for different kinds of hypothesis, large      A rigorous study of the topics introduced in matrix
techniques and structures including finite set theo-      sample theory, efficiency comparisons, tests of Kol-     algebra. Topics included are: vector space prelimi-
ry, graph theory, propositional calculus, combina-        mogorov-Smirnov type. Prerequisite: MATH 40012.          naries, canonical forms of matrices, diagonalizabili-
torics, and discrete probability. Formal methodology                                                               ty criteria. Prerequisites: MATH 21001 and 22005 or
and proof techniques. Prerequisites: MATH 12002                                                                    permission.
and 21001 (concurrent registration in MATH 21001          40041 Statistical Methods for Experiments (3)
allowed).                                                 Comparison of two groups, t- and F-statistics, ANO-
                                                          VA, one-way and multiway layouts, randomization,         41045 Metalogic (3)
                                                          blocking. Linear regression, correlation and analysis    (Cross-listed with PHIL 41045) May be counted
31045 Formal Logic (3)                                    of covariance (ANCOVA). Repeated measures analy-         toward B.A. or B.S. mathematics major. See PHIL
(Cross-listed with PHIL 31045) See Department of          sis of variance. Prerequisites: MATH 30011 or per-       41045 for description. Prerequisite: PHIL 31045 or
Philosophy. Cannot be counted as mathematics cred-        mission.                                                 permission.
it toward mathematics degree. Prerequisite: None.

                                                          40042 Sampling Theory (3)                                42001 Introduction to Analysis I (3)
32044     Introduction to Ordinary Differential           This introductory course provides the methodology        Topics include basic structure of the real numbers,
          Equations (3)                                   for the design and analysis of sampling and survey-      Cauchy sequences, convergence, completeness of
An introduction to ordinary differential equations        ing studies. Simple random, stratified, cluster, PPS     the real numbers, continuity, differentiation and Rie-
and applications. Topics include solution methods,        and two-stage sampling techniques. Linear, ratio         mann integration. Prerequisites: MATH 21001 and
series solutions and singular points. Laplace trans-      and regression estimators. Prerequisite: MATH            22005 or permission. This course may be used to
forms and linear systems. Applications include pop-       30011 or equivalent.                                     satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation
ulation dynamics, forced oscillations and                                                                          requirement with approval of major department.
resonance. Prerequisites: MATH 21001 and 22005.
                                                          40051     Topics in Probability Theory and
                                                                    Stochastic Processes (3)                       42002 Introduction to Analysis II (3)
34001 Fundamental Concepts of Algebra (3)                 Topics from conditional expectations, Markov             Topics include further development of integration




                                                                                                                                                                               Course Descriptions
Professionalized course in algebra for prospective        chains, Markov processes, Brownian motion and            theory, infinite series, uniform convergence, several
secondary teachers. Postulational development of          Martingales and their applications to stochastic cal-    variable calculus and metric spaces. Prerequisite:
number system of algebra; other systems, related          culus. Prerequisite: MATH 40011 or permission.           MATH 42001. This course may be used to satisfy
topics, applications. Prerequisite: MATH 12002.                                                                    the writing-intensive course graduation requirement
                                                                                                                   with approval of major department.
                                                          40093      Variable Title Workshop in
34002 Fundamental Concepts of Geometry (3)                           Mathematics (1-6)
Professionalized course in geometry for secondary         Studies special topics in mathematics. Not accept-       42011 Mathematical Optimization (3)
school teachers. Origin and development of the            able for credit toward a major or minor in math          Analytic and numerical techniques for location of
geometry of Euclid with modern refinements, top-          without approval of student’s adviser. S/U grading.      extreme points of functions and calculus of varia-
ics, approaches. Other geometries, applications.          Prerequisite: Permission.                                tions. Both constrained and unconstrained prob-
Prerequisite: MATH 12002.                                                                                          lems are considered. Prerequisites: MATH 21001
                                                                                                                   and 22005 or permission.
                                                          41001 Introduction to Modern Algebra I (3)
40011      Introduction to Probability Theory and         Basic properties of groups, subgroups, factor
           Applications (3)                               groups. Basic properties of rings, integral domains,     42021 Graph Theory and Combinatorics (3)
Permutations and combinations, discrete and con-          and homomorphisms. Prerequisites: MATH 21001             Fundamentals and applications of combinatorial
tinuous distributions, random variables, conditional      and 22005. This course may be used to satisfy the        mathematics. Topics include traversability, col-
probabilities, Baye’s formula, mathematical expecta-      writing-intensive course graduation requirement          orability, networks, inclusion and exclusion, match-
tion, law of large numbers, normal approximations,        with approval of major department.                       ing and designs. Prerequisites: MATH 21001 and
basic limit theorems. Prerequisite: MATH 12003.                                                                    12003 or permission.

                                                          41002 Introduction to Modern Algebra II (3)
40012 Introduction to Statistical Concepts (3)            A continuation of MATH 41001: emphasizing prop-          42031      Mathematical Models and Dynamical
Sample spaces, continuous distributions, sampling         erties of rings, their ideals, polynomial ring exten-               Systems (3)
distributions, point and interval estimation, hypoth-     sions, fields, finite degree extensions, roots of        Formulation and analysis of mathematical models
esis testing, types of error, level and power of tests,   polynomials, constructability. Prerequisite: MATH        for a variety of phenomena. Mathematical methods
sequential and nonparametric methods. Prerequi-           41001 or permission. This course may be used to          from optimization, dynamical systems and probabil-
site: MATH 40011.                                         satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation          ity are developed and applied. Modern software
                                                          requirement with approval of major department.           tools are utilized. Prerequisite: MATH 32044.

40022 Linear Models and Statistical Analysis (3)
Regression model, multivariate normal distribution,       41012 Finite Mathematics (3)                             42041 Advanced Calculus (3)
point and interval estimates, Gauss-Markov Theo-          (Cross-listed with CS 41012) A continuation of Dis-      The calculus and applications of scalar and vector
rem, correlation and regression, tests of hypotheses,     crete Math: emphasizing combinatorial techniques,        functions of several variables. Vector differential and
applications. Prerequisites: MATH 21001 and 40012.        graph applications in algorithms, finite algebra, num-   integral calculus. Applications to field theories, elec-
                                                          ber theory and probability. Covers useful math for       tricity and magnetism, and fluid flow. Prerequisite:
                                                          CS majors. Prerequisite: CS 31011 or MATH 31011.         MATH 21001 and 22005.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
464                    MATH           MERT




                       42045      Introduction to Partial Differential          47001 Mathematical Logic and Set Theory (3)               12005 Properties of Materials (3)
                                  Equations (4)                                 Axiomatic set theory, relations, development of real      Nature of pure metals and alloys, properties of fer-
                       An introduction to Fourier series, Fourier transforms    numbers, cardinal numbers, axiom of choice. Pre-          rous and nonferrous metals and nonmetallic materi-
                       and partial differential equations. Wave, heat and       requisite: Permission.                                    als. Casting, heat treating, forming, welding and
                       potential equations of mathematical physics. Addi-                                                                 related processes. Prerequisite: None.
                       tional topics include Green’s functions and the
                       Method of Characteristics for wave equations. Pre-       47011 Theory of Numbers (3)
                       requisite: MATH 32044.                                   Divisibility properties of the integers, prime num-       21096     Individual Investigation in Mechanical
                                                                                bers, congruences, quadratic reciprocity, Diophan-                  Engineering Technology (1-4)
                                                                                tine equations, number theoretic functions, simple        Independent, in-depth research of a mechanical
                       42048 Introduction to Complex Variables (3)              continued fractions, rational approximations. Pre-        engineering technology topic supervised and coor-
                       Algebra of complex numbers, analytic functions,          requisite: MATH 12003 or permission.                      dinated by an engineering technology faculty mem-
                       mappings, Cauchy integral theory, residue theory                                                                   ber. Prerequisite: Permission.
                       and applications. Prerequisite: MATH 22005.
                                                                                47021 History of Mathematics (3)
                                                                                Survey from Babylonian and Egyptian mathematics           22002 Statics and Strength of Materials (5)
                       42091 Seminar: Modeling Projects (3)                     to 20th century mathematics with emphasis on the          Force systems. Equilibrium, structures and friction.
                       Individual and small-group projects concerned with       development of algebra, geometry, calculus, num-          Simple stresses, material properties, stress/strain
                       the formulation and analysis of mathematical models      ber theory. Prerequisite: 3 hours of mathematics          and deformation relationships. Thermal expansion
                       in a variety of areas. Written and oral reports are      beyond 22005 or permission.                               and stress. Centroids. Moment of Inertia. Shear and
                       required. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: MATH                                                                 bending moment in beams, beam design. Prerequi-
                       42031 or permission. This course may be used to                                                                    site: MATH 19001; corequisite: MATH 19002.
                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation          49995     Selected Topics in Mathematics and Its
                       requirement with approval of major department.                     Applications (1-4)
                                                                                (Repeated registration permitted) Various special         22003 Computer-Aided Tool Design (3)
                                                                                courses will be announced in the Schedule of Class-       Tool design practices and procedures including
                       42201 Introduction to Numerical Computing I (3)          es under this course number with different section        materials, commercial standards, cutting tools, drill
 Course Descriptions




                       (Cross-listed with CS 42201) An introduction to          numbers. Prerequisite: Permission.                        jigs, fixtures, dies and gauges using computer-aided
                       numerical methods and software for solving many                                                                    design. Prerequisite: MERT 12001.
                       common scientific computing problems. Linear sys-
                       tems, least-square data fitting, nonlinear equations     49996 Individual Study (1-4)
                       and systems, and optimization problems. Prerequi-        Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                   22004 Mechanics and Machine Design (5)
                       sites: MATH 12003, 21001 and CS 23021 or permis-                                                                   Machine design procedures including static and
                       sion. Special fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                                                dynamic stresses, stress concentrations, design
                                                                                49998 Research (1-15)                                     considerations. Design of keys, pins, fasteners,
                                                                                Prerequisite: Permission.                                 welds, power transmission devices and related
                       42202 Introduction to Numerical Computing II (3)                                                                   components. Prerequisite: MERT 22002.
                       (Cross-listed with CS 42202) A continuation of
                       MATH 42201. Topics include interpolation, numeri-        MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND
                       cal differentiation and integration, and numerical       RELATED TECHNOLOGIES (MERT)*                              22006 General Mechanical Laboratory (3)
                       solution of ordinary differential equations. Prerequi-   12000 Engineering Drawing (3)                             Laboratory testing to determine material properties:
                       sites: MATH 32044 and CS 42201. Special fee:             Engineering drawing principles and techniques: let-       tension, compression, shear, torsion, impact and
                       $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.                         tering, instrument use, orthographic projection,          hardness. Materials testing methods including engi-
                                                                                sketching, sections, auxiliary views, dimensioning        neering instrumentation. Prerequisite: Sophomore
                                                                                and conventional practices. Electrical/electronics        standing.
                       45011 Differential Geometry (3)                          drawing including schematic and PC layout. Prereq-
                       Analytic and metric differential geometry of curves      uisite: None.
                       and surfaces. Prerequisite: MATH 22005.                                                                            22009 Robotics and Flexible Automation (3)
                                                                                                                                          A hands-on course in automated manufacturing
                                                                                12001 Computer-Aided Drafting (4)                         systems, including workcell design with interfacing
                       45021 Euclidean Geometry (3)                             Introduction to and use of computer-aided drafting        to robotics and related economic considerations,
                       Geometry of Euclid extended to advanced topics of        techniques to draw working drawings: detail and           selection, and feasibility. Prerequisite: EERT 22014.
                       the triangle, quadrilaterals and circles; cross-ratio,   assembly drawings of machine parts. Applications of
                       groups, constructions, geometric generalizations;        descriptive geometry to determine true sizes, intersec-
                       inversion. Prerequisite: MATH 21001 or permission        tions and developments. Prerequisite: MERT 12000.         22011 Dynamics (3)
                       of instructor.                                                                                                     Motion of particles and rigid bodies; kinematics,
                                                                                                                                          kinetics, Newton’s Laws; work, energy, power and
                                                                                12004 Manufacturing Processes (3)                         the impulse-momentum principle. Prerequisite:
                       45022 Linear Geometry (3)                                Basic principles of machine tools and machining           Sophomore standing.
                       Using transformations as a tool to study geometry        processes including metal cutting, shaping, planing,
                       and to differentiate between different kinds of          drilling, turning and milling. Computer numerical
                       geometry. Linear algebra methods applied to geom-        control, special materials and processes. Prerequi-       22012 Fluid Power (3)
                       etry. Prerequisite: MATH 21001 or permission.            site: None.                                               Fluid properties, kinematics of fluid flow, momen-
                                                                                                                                          tum, viscosity, energy equation, turbulent and lami-
                                                                                                                                          nar flow, industrial hydraulics and equipment.
                       46001 Elementary Topology (3)                                                                                      Prerequisite: None.
                       Metric spaces, introduction to topological spaces,
                       separation axioms. Prerequisite: MATH 22005.
                                                                                                                                             MERT           MSCI         465




22020 Applied Vector Analysis (1)                      40000      Teaching and Learning in Middle                40092 Field Experience III: Middle Childhood (1)
A course in vector analysis, differential forms,                  Childhood (2)                                  Students will be placed in their student teaching
matrices and applied tensor analysis as applied to     This course is the third of the four required semi-       site(s). Field experiences will focus on individual,
engineering and technology problems. Prerequisite:     nars in middle childhood. Emphasis on theories of         small group and large group instruction in inclusive
MATH 19002.                                            learning and classroom management and their               classrooms. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Corequisite:
                                                       application to teaching in classrooms with diverse        MCED 40000.
                                                       learners. Prerequisite: HDFS 41095, Special Topics:
22021 Applied Finite Element Analysis (1)              Early Adolescence.
Introduction to finite element analysis methods as                                                               42357 Student Teaching in Middle Childhood I (5)
applied to engineering and technology problems. Pre-                                                             Full-time teaching for nine weeks in one or both
requisite: MATH 19002; corequisite: MERT 22002.        40001      Teaching Mathematics in Middle                 concentrations: mathematics, language arts, social
                                                                  Childhood II (3)                               studies, science in grades 4-5 and/or grades 6-7-8.
                                                       To develop knowledge of the theories, materials and       Prerequisite: MCED 40000.
22095 Special Topics (1-3)                             methods used to teach mathematics in the contem-
Special topics in mechanical engineering technolo-     porary classroom for grades 4-9 and develop skill in
gy. Repeated registration permitted. Prerequisite:     their use. Prerequisite: MCED 30001. Special fee:         42358      Student Teaching in Middle
Permission.                                            $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                     Childhood II (4)
                                                                                                                 Full-time student teaching for seven weeks in one or
                                                                                                                 both concentrations: mathematics, science, lan-
MIDDLE CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                             40002      Teaching Science in the Middle                 guage arts, social studies in grades 4-5 or 6-7-8.
(MCED)                                                            Childhood II (3)                               Prerequisite: MCED 42357.
30000      Curriculum and Organization in Middle       Individual and group work develop effective tech-
           Childhood (2)                               niques of teaching science concepts to 8-14-year-
History, philosophy, curricula and organization of     olds. Attention given to methods, equipment, safety       49525      Inquiry into Professional Practice:
schools serving early adolescents ages 8-14.           and planning. This course includes 40 field/clinical                 Middle Childhood (3)
Emphasis development of programs and curricula         hours. Prerequisite: MCED 30002. Special fee:             A seminar linked to student teaching with an
that are culturally and developmentally responsive     $5/cr. hr.—subject to change.                             emphasis on action research as professional devel-




                                                                                                                                                                          Course Descriptions
to the needs of early adolescents. Prerequisite:                                                                 opment, completion of professional portfolios, pro-
HDFS 41095, Special Topics: Early Adolescence.                                                                   fessional ethics, and legal, medical and ethical
                                                       40003      Teaching Social Studies in Middle              issues in teaching. Prerequisite: MCED 40000;
                                                                  Childhood II (3)                               corequisite: MCED 42358, 43257.
30001     Teaching Mathematics in Middle               Advanced methods course. Examines the purpose
          Childhood I (3)                              of citizenship education and understanding the role
Examine issues and trends in mathematics and           of history and the social sciences. Applying the          MILITARY SCIENCE (MSCI)
mathematics education. Theories of the teaching        principles of powerful teaching. Includes a major         10180 Introduction to Leadership I (1)
and learning of mathematics will be addressed with-    field experience at the student teaching site. Prereq-    Introduces the student to the concept of leadership
in the context of problem solving, communications,     uisite: MCED 30002.                                       in the military and in democratic society in general.
reasoning and connections with other disciplines.                                                                Examines leadership characteristics, principles and
Prerequisite: EDPF 29525, MATH 14001 and 14002                                                                   styles. Students must participate in outdoor charac-
or MATH 12001 and 12002. Special fee: $3.33/cr.        40005 Effective Use of Phonics in Reading (3)             ter-building exercises. Corequisite: MSCI 10190
hr.—subject to change.                                 The influence of theoretical perspectives on word         (ROTC only).
                                                       identification instruction, an examination of the role
                                                       of phonics in reading and writing, strategies for
30002      Integrated Social Studies and Science in    effective phonics instruction and assessment. Pre-        10185 Introduction to Leadership II (1)
           Middle Childhood (3)                        requisite: Advanced study.                                Introduces the student to techniques and methods
Introductory methods course integrating social                                                                   that leaders must employ. Examines time manage-
studies and science. Emphasis on principles of                                                                   ment, stress management, staff/group dynamics,
teaching and learning as applied to teaching to        40006       Reading and Writing in Middle                 problem-solving process and leadership climate.
social issues and problems appropriate for middle                  Childhood (6)                                 Corequisite: MSCI 10190 (ROTC only).
childhood students. Prerequisite: EDPF 29525. Spe-     Understanding of literacy learning in the middle
cial fee: $5/cr. hr.—subject to change.                childhood (ages 8-14) with emphasis on the devel-
                                                       opment of reading and writing processes, strategies       10190 Leadership Seminar I (0)
                                                       for text learning, literacy in electronic environments,   Instructional program preparing individuals to under-
30092 Field Experience II: Middle Childhood (1)        authentic assessment, and teaching children who           take the broad range of tasks associated with the
School-based field experiences supplement the          struggle as readers. Prerequisite: Advanced study.        dimensions of leadership. Stresses decision-making
coursework in Curriculum and Organization in Mid-      This course may be used to satisfy the writing-           roles of leaders in planning and executing organiza-
dle Childhood. Emphasis on collaborative and inter-    intensive course graduation requirement with              tional programs. Corequisites: MSCI 10180, 10181.
disciplinary nature of teachers’ work in middle        approval of major department.
childhood settings. S/U grading. Prerequisite:
Corequisite: MCED 30000.                                                                                         20180 Survey of American Military History (1)
                                                       40007     Teaching Reading with Literature in             Traces North American military history, theory, doc-
                                                                 Middle Childhood (3)                            trine, strategy and tactics from the pre-Revolution-
                                                       The study of the teaching of reading with literature      ary period to the present. Corequisite: MSCI 20190.
                                                       with middle childhood students within an integrated
                                                       language arts approach in a comprehensive litera-
                                                       ture program. Prerequisite: MCED 40006.


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
466                    MSCI          MCLS




                       20181 Leadership Assessment I (2)                       40170      The Professional Military Officer,             28405 The Spanish Experience (3)
                       Interdisciplinary study of organizational leadership               Management, and Law (3)                        An introduction to aspects of contemporary Spanish
                       and group dynamics through assessment of 16             Studies in professional officer development, military     culture that examines how issues of diversity have
                       behavioral dimensions. Provides practical application   justice system and the management of personnel            shaped today’s multicultural, multilingual society.
                       and assessment of leadership skills in formal organi-   resources. Prerequisites: Permission; corequisite:        Taught in English; knowledge of Spanish not neces-
                       zations. Corequisite: MSCI 20190 (ROTC only).           MSCI 40190.                                               sary. Prerequisite: None. This course may be used
                                                                                                                                         to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.

                       20183 Leadership Assessment II (2)                      40190 Leadership Laboratory IV (0)
                       Interdisciplinary study of organizational leadership    Instructional program preparing individuals to            30230 Approaches to Translation (3)
                       and group dynamics through assessment of 16             undertake the broad range of tasks associated with        An introduction to foreign language translation.
                       behavioral dimensions. Provides practical application   the dimensions of leadership. Stresses decision-          Course introduces concepts, resources, principles
                       and assessment of leadership skills in formal organi-   making roles of leaders in planning and executing         and techniques of text analysis, and translation
                       zations. Corequisite: MSCI 20190 (ROTC only).           organizational programs. Prerequisites: Permission;       strategies applicable to various types of texts. Pre-
                                                                               corequisites: MSCI 40160, 40170.                          requisite: Junior standing.

                       20190 Leadership Seminar II (0)
                       Instructional program preparing individuals to          40196 Individual Investigation (1-3)                      30376 Novels of Pierre Loti (3)
                       undertake the broad range of tasks associated with      Individual research projects, reports and readings.       A study of the gay novels of Pierre Loti, including the
                       the dimensions of leadership. Stresses decision-        Prerequisites: Controlled and advanced program            emergence of the idea of “the homosexual man” in
                       making roles of leaders in planning and executing       standing.                                                 modern Western thought and the ways in which this
                       organizational programs. Corequisites: MSCI                                                                       development is reflected in the course of Loti’s writ-
                       20180, 20181, 20183.                                                                                              ing. Prerequisite: ENG 10002. This course may be
                                                                               MODERN AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGE                             used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.
                                                                               STUDIES (MCLS)
                       20196 Individual Research (1 or 2)                      10001     Introduction to Structural Concepts for
                       Individual research projects in leadership, manage-               Language Students (2)                           30660      Orientation to Foreign Language
 Course Descriptions




                       ment techniques and MODE Program. Used ONLY             Entry-level analysis of concepts of structure and                    Pedagogy (3)
                       for selected personnel for entry into the advanced      form employed in language instruction. Designed           Theories of human development and learning, second
                       program. Prerequisite: MS II standing; controlled.      for students who anticipate difficulty in basic lan-      language acquisition research, and foreign language
                                                                               guage courses. Taught in English. Should be taken         methodology form the basis for classroom practices.
                                                                               with a beginning language course. Prerequisite: None.     Peer-teaching and 30 hours of field experience
                       30160 Leadership Development (3)                                                                                  required. Prerequisite: Admission to professional edu-
                       Develops managerial skills with emphasis on group                                                                 cation; oral and written competency in language to be
                       dynamics, leadership theory and practical leader-       21417 Multiculturalism in Today’s Germany (3)             taught; ADED 32142; or permission.
                       ship experiences. Integrates communication skills,      This course examines how issues of diversity have
                       decision making and group motivation. Prerequisite:     shaped German culture and traces the country’s
                       Permission; corequisite: MSCI 30190.                    transformation into a postnational, multicultural         37143      The African-Brazilian Experience in
                                                                               society. Taught in English; knowledge of German not                  Culture and Literature (3)
                                                                               necessary. Prerequisite: None. This course may be         (Cross-listed with HIST 31143 and PAS 37143)
                       30170 Organizational Leadership (3)                     used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.     Interdisciplinary approach to the study of the
                       Application of management fundamentals, decision                                                                  African-Brazilian experience, from the Colonial peri-
                       theory and leadership principles to organizations.                                                                od to the present, as reflected in selected literary,
                       Emphasis in coordinating, directing and controlling     22217 Diversity in Today’s Russia (3)                     sociocultural and historical texts. Course taught in
                       organizations. Prerequisite: Permission; corequisite:   This course examines how issues of diversity have         English. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permis-
                       MSCI 30190.                                             shaped Russian culture and traces Russia’s attempts       sion. This course may be used to satisfy the univer-
                                                                               at transition to a postnational, multicultural society.   sity Diversity Requirement.
                                                                               Taught in English; knowledge of Russian not neces-
                       30183 Leadership Practicum (1-4)                        sary. Prerequisite: None. This course may be used to
                       Practical application of leadership in the military     satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.             39597 Intradepartmental Colloquium (1-4)
                       team. Prerequisite: Permission.                                                                                   Permits students to explore areas of special interest
                                                                                                                                         not usually covered in standard departmental cours-
                                                                               23217 The Francophone Experience (3)                      es, (e.g., movies and literature, women in literature).
                       30190 Leadership Laboratory III (0)                     An introduction to various aspects of contemporary        Prerequisite: None.
                       Instructional program preparing individuals to under-   society and culture in countries where French is spo-
                       take the broad range of tasks associated with the       ken. Taught in English; knowledge of French not
                       dimensions of leadership. Stresses decision-making      necessary. Prerequisite: None. This course may be         40093      Variable Title Workshop in Modern and
                       roles of leaders in planning and executing organiza-    used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.                Classical Language Studies (1-6)
                       tional programs. Corequisites: MSCI 30160, 30170.                                                                 Workshops individually designed to provide instruc-
                                                                                                                                         tion and training in specific areas of modern and
                                                                               28404 The Latin American Experience (3)                   classical language studies. S/U grading. Prerequi-
                       40160 Military Management and Ethics (3)                An introduction to various aspects of contemporary        site: Departmental permission.
                       Professional ethics and responsibilities of military    Latin American societies and cultures. Taught in
                       leaders. Development of interpersonal and manage-       English; no knowledge of a foreign language is nec-
                       rial communicative skills. Prerequisite: Permission;    essary. Prerequisite: None. This course may be used       40095 Selected Topics (3)
                       corequisite: MSCI 40190.                                to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.          Topic to be announced in the Schedule of Classes.
                                                                                                                                         Repeated registration permitted when content
                                                                                                                                         varies. Prerequisite: Senior standing or permission.
                                                                                                                                                    MCLS            MUS         467




40420 Foreign Languages and Culture Studies (3)            12211 Music of Western Cultures (2)                       22121 Music As a World Phenomenon (3)
Students of international business, foreign languages      Provides a basic understanding of the elements of         An introduction to music as a world phenomenon.
and translation will explore the complex relationship      music embedded in a survey of types of music culti-       Study of selected art, folk and popular musics from
between a foreign language and the cultural system of      vated in Western societies including folk, popular        world cultures through live performances, tapes,
which it is a part. Course focuses on German, French       and classical. Prerequisite: Music major, minor or        films, video tapes and readings. No credit for both
and Spanish cultures. Prerequisite: None.                  permission.                                               MUS 22121 and 12212. Prerequisite: None. This
                                                                                                                     course may be used to satisfy the LERs and the uni-
                                                                                                                     versity Diversity Requirement.
40525 Inquiry into Professional Practice (3)               12212 Music of Nonwestern Cultures (2)
Foreign language teaching as a profession and the          A survey of the musics of traditional Europe, Latin
teacher as disciplined investigator. The final seminar     America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Attention is given     22211 Music History to 1750 (3)
of four, it is conducted during the student teaching       to listening skills, cultural context, organology,        A survey of Western music history from the early
semester with emphasis on collaborative and indi-          function and technical matters of style. May not          Christian chants through the Baroque style. Prereq-
vidual classroom problem-solving. Prerequisite:            earn credit for both MUS 12212 and 22121. Prereq-         uisite: MUS 12211; corequisite: MUS 21121.
Admission to student teaching.                             uisite: MUS 12211.

                                                                                                                     22212 Music History 1750 to 1900 (3)
40654      Computers in Second Language                    18611 Singer’s Diction I (1)                              A survey of Western music history of the 18th and
           Teaching (3)                                    Foundational training and performance practice in         19th centuries. Prerequisite: MUS 21121, 22211;
Designed for future teachers of language and culture,      phonetics and singing diction for the English, Ameri-     corequisite: MUS 21122.
this course explores the availability of technology, its   can, Ecclesiastical Latin and Italian vocal repertoire.
implementation in the classroom, and its integration       Prerequisite: Music major or permission of instructor.
with foreign language skills. Prerequisite: None.                                                                    23111 Music Fundamentals (3)
                                                                                                                     The study of pitch, rhythm, notation, structure and
                                                           18612 Singer’s Diction II (1)                             interpretation of music through performance on
40657     Student Teaching of a Second                     Foundational training and performance practice in         voice, melody instruments, and accompanying
          Language (9)                                     phonetics and singing diction for the vocal reper-        instruments. Prerequisite: None.




                                                                                                                                                                                 Course Descriptions
Supervised practicum in the teaching of a second           toire of French, German and selected other lan-
language, grades K-12. Prerequisite: Admission to          guages. Prerequisite: Music major or permission.
student teaching.                                                                                                    23241 Music Teaching As a Profession (2)
                                                                                                                     Basic teaching strategies and techniques; an
                                                           20295 Special Topics in Music (1-3)                       overview of music teaching as a career; diversity,
40660       Methods of Teaching Foreign                    (Repeated registration permitted) Academic study in       integration, curriculum technology, classroom man-
            Language (03)                                  areas not offered adequately in the music curriculum.     agement, legal issues, personal skills and portfolio.
Theoretical bases, approaches, methods, materials          Topic areas are of special interest to the faculty mem-   Forty-five field/clinical hours required. Prerequisites:
and techniques of foreign language instruction at          ber. Prerequisite: Music major, minor or permission.      Music major, sophomore standing.
the elementary and secondary levels. Peer-teaching
and 30 hours of field experience required. Prerequi-
site: MCLS 30660 and foreign language proficiency          21121 Music Theory to 1750 (3)                            25011 University Chorus (1)*
level for teaching in public schools.                      Study of Western musical style from Gregorian             (Repeated registration permitted) Choral ensemble
                                                           chant through the Baroque period. Emphasis on             which studies and performs sacred and secular music
                                                           aural, compositional, written and keyboard                for mixed voices. Activities include performance on
MUSIC (MUS)                                                approaches as appropriate to medieval, renaissance        and off campus. Prerequisite: Audition or permission.
11111 Music Rudiments (3)                                  and Baroque music. Prerequisite: MUS 11122;
Introduction to the pitch and rhythmic aspects of          corequisite: MUS 22211.
music. Emphasis on aural/oral skills and music                                                                       25012 Singing Collegians (1)*
notation. No credit toward graduation for music                                                                      (Repeated registration permitted) Select chamber
majors or minors. Prerequisite: Placement test.            21122 Music Theory From 1750 to 1900 (3)                  ensemble of 15-20 voices. Choral literature per-
                                                           Study of Western musical style from the early clas-       formed ranges from 16th-century madrigals to
                                                           sical to the late Romantic period. Emphasis on aur-       20th-century pops. Performs on and off campus.
11121 Theory (3)                                           al, compositional, written and keyboard approaches        Prerequisite: Audition.
Basic elements of music—harmonic, melodic,                 as appropriate to classical and Romantic music.
rhythmic—studied through analysis, composition,            Prerequisite: MUS 21121 and 22211; corequisite:
keyboard and ear training. Diatonic materials              MUS 22212.                                                31111 Advanced Sight Singing (2)
emphasized. Prerequisite: Placement test.                                                                            Advanced sight singing and ear training. Sight
                                                                                                                     singing in five clefs emphasizing vocal and instru-
                                                           22111 The Understanding of Music (3)                      mental works from various periods including con-
11122 Theory (3)                                           A listening approach for the understanding of West-       temporary. Prerequisite: MUS 21122.
Continuation of basic elements of music—harmonic,          ern art music, folk and jazz. Particular attention is
melodic, rhythmic—studied through analysis, com-           paid to musical styles, forms and compositional
position, keyboard, singing and ear training. Chromat-     techniques as related to music history. Not open to       31121 Western Music Since 1900 (3)
ic materials emphasized. Prerequisite: MUS 11121.          music majors. Prerequisite: Nonmusic majors. This         Study of Western art music since 1900 from histori-
                                                           course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                   cal and theoretical viewpoints. Emphasis on aural,
                                                                                                                     listening, compositional and written skills as well as
                                                                                                                     intellectual understanding. Prerequisites: MUS
                                                                                                                     21122 and 22212. This course may be used to sat-
                                                                                                                     isfy the writing-intensive course graduation require-
                                                                                                                     ment with approval of major department.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
468                    MUS




                       31211 Composition (2)                                       41111 Practicum in Music Theory (2)                      41299 Senior Project: Music Composition (3)
                       (Repeated registration permitted) Original composi-         Ear training, sight singing, and analysis in prepara-    The final composition experience prior to gradua-
                       tion for instrumental and vocal solos and small             tion for graduate-level music theory coursework.         tion: a recital of individually composed works must
                       ensembles using shorter musical forms. Prerequi-            Prerequisite: Permission.                                be presented. Prerequisite: MUS 41211.
                       site: Permission.

                                                                                   41131 Keyboard Harmony (3)                               41321 Orchestration (3)
                       33111       Teaching Music in the Elementary                Theoretical skills demonstrated at the keyboard:         Ranges, tonal possibilities, technical limitations and
                                   Classroom (3)                                   harmonization of melodies in homophonic style,           transpositions for all orchestral instruments. Scoring
                       Study of music and related arts for the classroom.          realization of figured bass, score reading, modula-      techniques and analysis of representative instrumen-
                       Development of music skills and strategies for teach-       tion and improvisation. Prerequisite: MUS 21122.         tal ensemble repertoire. Prerequisite: MUS 21122.
                       ing music to children in elementary schools. Three
                       field/clinical hours are required. Prerequisites: MUS
                       23111, EDPF 28911, 29515, 29592 and C&I 20000.              41141 Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint (3)                 41341 Jazz Improvisation (2)
                                                                                   Two-, three-, and four-part vocal counterpoint in        The development of the art of jazz improvisation
                                                                                   16th-century style. Prerequisite: MUS 21122.             through performance and analysis. Prerequisite:
                       33211      Elementary and Secondary General                                                                          Permission.
                                  Music (3)
                       Kodaly, Orff, Dalcroze and recent methods in gener-         41151 Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint (3)
                       al music. Music reading in elementary and sec-              Technique of writing counterpoint in 18th-century        41342 Jazz Arranging (2)
                       ondary classes; cultural diversity and pedagogy for         style, especially that of J.S. Bach. Prerequisite: MUS   Arranging for the large and small jazz ensemble.
                       the special learner. Sixty field/clinical hours             21122.                                                   Prerequisite: Permission.
                       required. Taken concurrently with MUS 33212. Pre-
                       requisite: Music major or permission.
                                                                                   41161 Advanced Musical Analysis (3)                      42111 African Music and Cultures (3)
                                                                                   A study of 20th-century approaches to tonal and          African music as related to social sciences and
                       33212      Teaching Skills in Music Education:              nontonal musical analysis. Emphasis on familiarity       humanities. Oral traditions. Use of music record-
 Course Descriptions




                                  General/Instrumental (1)                         with styles, nomenclature and appropriate graphic        ings, tapes, musical instruments, participation in
                       Clinical experience in the teaching of general and          techniques. Prerequisite: MUS 31121.                     performance, and group work involvement. Prereq-
                       instrumental music in the schools. Fifteen field/clinical                                                            uisite: None.
                       hours required. Taken concurrently with MUS 33211
                       or 43231. Prerequisite: Music major, junior standing.       41181 Acoustics and Technology in Music (2)
                                                                                   An introduction to acoustics and psychoacoustics in      42131 America’s Music (3)
                                                                                   direct relationship to music, and an introduction to     Historical survey of music in America from New
                       33213      Teaching Skills in Music Education:              uses of technology in music composition, perfor-         England psalmody to present-day compositional
                                  Choral/Orchestral (1)                            mance, notation, theory, history and pedagogy. Pre-      trends. Prerequisite: None.
                       Clinical experience in the teaching of choral and           requisite: Music major or minor or permission.
                       orchestral music in the schools. Fifteen field/clinical
                       hours required. Taken concurrently with MUS                                                                          42141     Folk and Traditional Music of Western
                       33231 or MUS 43211. Prerequisite: Music major,              41199 Senior Project: Music Theory (3)                             Continents (3)
                       junior standing.                                            Preparation and presentation of a senior thesis in the   Study of selected music cultures of Eastern and
                                                                                   student’s area of expertise. Prerequisite: Permission.   Western Europe, and South, Central and North
                                                                                                                                            America. Prerequisite: None.
                       33231      Elementary and Secondary Choral
                                  Music (3)                                        41211 Composition (2-4)
                       Choral methods, rehearsal techniques, conducting            (Repeated registration permitted) Study of the           42151 Asian Musics (3)
                       skills and literature used in elementary and sec-           materials and techniques of musical composition          Survey of Asian musics. Emphasis on art, folk and
                       ondary schools. Sixty field/clinical hours required.        culminating in original works based upon observ-         popular musics and relationships of these musics to
                       Taken concurrently with MUS 33213. Prerequisite:            able principles of unity and variety. Prerequisite:      their respective cultures. Prerequisite: None.
                       MUS 23241 and 34111.                                        Composition majors.

                                                                                                                                            42161 History of Jazz (3)
                       34111 Elementary Conducting (2)                             41230 Introduction to Electronic Music (3)               The evolution of jazz from its origin to present. Pre-
                       Introduction to and study of conducting: beat pat-          General introductory survey of electronic music,         requisite: None.
                       terns, baton techniques, score reading, analysis and        including its technology, history and aesthetics. Use
                       interpretive elements. Six field/clinical hours are         of electronic media in art, music, jazz and popular
                       required. Prerequisite: MUS 21121 or permission.            music. Prerequisite: None.                               42221 Symphonic Literature (3)
                                                                                                                                            Historical and stylistic survey of music for large
                                                                                                                                            instrumental ensemble. Prerequisite: MUS 21122 or
                       40295 Special Topics in Music (1-3)                         41231 Techniques of Electronic Music (3)                 permission.
                       (Repeatable for a total of 12 hours) Academic study         Techniques of the composition of electronic music,
                       in areas not offered adequately in the music curricu-       including tape techniques and synthesizer tech-
                       lum. Topic areas are of special interest to the faculty     niques. Study oriented toward the facilities of the      42222 Chamber Music Literature (3)
                       member.                                                     Kent State University Electronic Music Studio. Pre-      Historical and stylistic survey of chamber music lit-
                                                                                   requisite: Music major or permission.                    erature. Prerequisite: MUS 21122 or permission.
                                                                                                                                                              MUS        469




42241 Piano Literature (3)                               43243      Vocal Jazz and Musical Theatre in the         45151 Kent State University Gospel Choir (1)
Survey of keyboard and piano literature from the                    Schools (3)                                   (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-
16th century to the present; study of related forms      History, vocal technique, style characteristics and      mance of choral music in the gospel tradition,
and styles. Emphasis on performing, listening and        repertoire necessary for teaching vocal jazz and         including works by contemporary artists. One week-
analysis. Prerequisite: Permission.                      African-American spirituals. Repertoire, organiza-       ly rehearsal and a minimum of one concert per
                                                         tion and publicity for school productions of Ameri-      semester. Off-campus concerts are possible. Pre-
                                                         can musical theatre. Prerequisite: Music major and       requisite: None.
42251 Song Literature (3)                                junior standing.
A study of vocal literature from the 16th century to
the present. Emphasis upon the style, interpretation                                                              45212 Orchestra (1)
and presentation of solo materials for all voice clas-   43244 Student Teaching Preparation (2)                   (Repeated registration permitted) A select group of
sifications. Prerequisite: MUS 22212 or permission.      Individualized instruction to prepare music educa-       instrumentalists for the purpose of studying and
                                                         tion students to student teach. Emphasis is placed       performing music written specifically for chamber
                                                         on removing deficiencies or enhancing strengths          orchestra including works of the 17th, 18th and
42261 Opera Literature (3)                               prior to student teaching. Prerequisite: Concurrent      20th centuries. Prerequisite: Audition.
The historical development of opera from the 17th        registration with student teaching is required.
century to the present. Detailed analysis of represen-
tative works. Prerequisite: MUS 22212 or permission.                                                              45221 Concert Band (1)
                                                         44111 Choral Conducting and Arranging (3)                (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-
                                                         Continued development of conducting technique,           mance of music literature for wind band. Prerequi-
42271 Choral Literature (3)                              score reading analysis, styles, interpretation,          site: Audition.
Study of choral literature from all historical periods   rehearsal procedure, language pronunciation, and
and styles. Prerequisite: Permission.                    arranging for voices and instruments. Six field/clini-
                                                         cal hours are required. Prerequisite: MUS 34111.         45222 Marching Band (1)
                                                                                                                  (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-
42357 Student Teaching and Seminar (9)                                                                            mance of literature and maneuvers for marching
The course provides a 10-week student teaching           44121 Instrumental Conducting and Arranging (3)          band. Prerequisite: Audition.




                                                                                                                                                                          Course Descriptions
experience and associated seminar. Off campus            Continued development of conducting technique,
arrangements are handled by the school of music;         score reading, analysis, styles, interpretation,
S/U grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: Eligibility   rehearsal procedure and arranging for instrumental       45223 Wind Ensemble (1)
for admission to student teaching.                       organizations. Twelve field/clinical hours are           (Repeated registration permitted) A select concert
                                                         required. Prerequisite: MUS 34111.                       ensemble that performs the finest in wind instru-
                                                                                                                  ment literature with emphasis on major original
43211 Elementary and Secondary String Music (3)                                                                   works. Prerequisite: Audition.
Elementary and secondary school string music             45111 University Choir (1)
instruction; program organization, planning, repair,     (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-
methods, choosing music, materials and teaching          mance of choral music from Renaissance through           45224 Basketball Band (1)
techniques. Sixty field/clinical hours required. Taken   contemporary styles, large and small forms with          (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-
concurrently with MUS 33213. Prerequisite: MUS           appropriate accompaniment. Prerequisite: No audi-        mance of music for the basketball band. Prerequi-
23241 and permission.                                    tion.                                                    site: Audition.


43231 Elementary and Secondary Band Music (3)            45121 Kent Chorus (1)                                    45225 University Band (1)
Elementary/secondary school band instruction, pro-       (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-      (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-
gram organization, rehearsal/teaching techniques,        mance of choral music from Renaissance through           mance of music literature for wind band appropriate
lesson plans, literature, budget/scheduling, recruit-    contemporary styles, large and small forms with          for nonmusic majors, and for music education
ing. Sixty field/clinical hours required. Taken con-     appropriate accompaniment. Prerequisite: No audi-        majors performing on secondary instruments. Pre-
currently with MUS 33212. Prerequisite: MUS              tion.                                                    requisite: None.
23241 and permission.

                                                         45131 Opera: Singer-Actor Techniques (2)                 45231 Jazz Ensemble (1)
43240 Jazz and Marching Band Techniques (3)              (Repeated registration permitted) Training in meth-      (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-
Organization, administration and techniques of           ods and skills necessary to the art of the singer-       mance of music literature in the jazz idiom. Prereq-
marching bands and jazz ensembles in the schools.        actor. Opera performed and prepared via study,           uisite: Audition.
Topics covered include musical styles, literature,       observation and rehearsal. Prerequisite: Audition.
show design and improvisation. Twenty-five field/clin-
ical hours are required. Prerequisite: Permission.                                                                45241 Trombone Ensemble (1)
                                                         45141 Kent State University Chorale (1)                  (Repeated registration permitted) A thorough study
                                                         (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-      of trombone performance in various-sized ensem-
43242 Jazz Ensemble Techniques (2)                       mance of literature for vocal chamber ensemble           bles. Emphasis on original literature from over four
Organization and administration of the jazz ensem-       from Medieval through contemporary styles with           centuries. Prerequisite: Audition.
ble with emphasis on musical interpretation, jazz        appropriate accompaniment sung in the original
styles and rehearsal techniques taught through lab-      language. Prerequisite: Audition.
oratory experience. Prerequisite: Permission.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
470                    MUS




                       45251 Percussion Ensemble (1)                           48112 Eurhythmics (1)                                    49525 Inquiry into Professional Practice (3)
                       (Repeated registration permitted) A comprehensive       See MUS 48111. Prerequisite: MUS 48111.                  Instruction in band, choral, general and orchestral
                       study of percussion performance in various-sized                                                                 music methods for music education majors. Focus
                       ensembles. Use of keyboard percussion instruments                                                                on teacher leadership experiences and action
                       along with drums and accessories. Study of percus-      48211 Introduction to Piano Pedagogy (2)                 research projects. Sixty-two field/clinical hours
                       sion ensemble literature. Prerequisite: Audition.       Observation and teaching of individual and class         required. Prerequisite: Music major, senior standing.
                                                                               lessons, children and adults. Study and performance
                                                                               of preparatory materials, elementary through interme-
                       45261 Bassoon Ensemble (1)                              diate piano literature. Prerequisite: Junior standing.   Applied Music
                       (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-                                                                    Students who plan to register for
                       mance of music for multiple bassoons; emphasis                                                                         applied music for the first time must
                       upon refined ensemble playing, interpretation, lead-    48221 Elements of Accompanying I (2)                           audition for the appropriate faculty
                       ership skills, and arranging techniques. Prerequi-      Techniques of accompanying; selected overview of               member(s) prior to registering for the
                       site: Permission/audition.                              art song literature including Italian, German, French          course.
                                                                               and English songs; development of playing-at-sight
                                                                               skills. Prerequisite: Permission.
                       45271 New Music Ensemble (1)                                                                                           Private applied music instruction: Pri-
                       (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-                                                                    vately instructed performance courses
                       mance of 20th-century chamber music with an             48222 Elements of Accompanying II (2)                          are offered each semester. Perfor-
                       emphasis on works by contemporary composers.            Continuation of accompanying techniques including              mance majors will register for 4 hours
                       Prerequisite: Permission.                               opera accompanying, orchestral reductions and                  credit, receive a one-hour lesson
                                                                               selected overview of literature for solo instrument            weekly and attend the weekly studio
                                                                               and piano; continuation of playing-at-sight skills.            class of their major performing medi-
                       45281 Flute Ensemble (1)                                Prerequisite: MUS 48221.                                       um. Nonperformance majors will reg-
                       (Repeated registration permitted) Study and perfor-                                                                    ister for 2 hours credit, receive a
                       mance of music for multiple flutes; emphasis upon                                                                      one-half-hour lesson weekly and
                       all aspects of ensemble playing and style considera-    48241 Voice Pedagogy (2)                                       attend the weekly studio class of their
 Course Descriptions




                       tions will be addressed in both chamber and con-        Survey of techniques, practices and materials of               major performing medium. Applied
                       ducted formats. Prerequisite: Permission/audition.      teaching voice. Prerequisite: Permission.                      music study for nonmajors and non-
                                                                                                                                              minors is subject to faculty and studio
                                                                                                                                              availability and may be elected only
                       45311 Chamber Music (1 or 2)                            48251 Pedagogy of Music Theory (2)                             with the permission of the School of
                       (Repeated registration permitted) The study and         The principles and techniques of teaching music                Music.
                       performance of music for small ensembles. Prereq-       theory. Prerequisite: MUS 21122.
                       uisite: Permission.
                                                                                                                                              The following courses are either 2 or 4
                                                                               48257 Pedagogy—Instrumental (2)                                credit hours. Students electing 2 will
                       45321 Accompanying (1 or 2)                             Principles and techniques of instruction. Literature           pay $45 per semester and students
                       (Repeated registration permitted) Accompanying          survey. Analysis of instrumental problems and per-             electing 4 will pay $90 per semester.
                       instrumental and vocal soloists; piano ensemble         formance practice. Offered as needed for strings,
                       works. Credit counted toward ensemble require-          woodwinds, brass, percussion, organ or guitar. Pre-
                       ments. One-hour credit for 2 hours of assigned          requisite: Permission.                                   36111, 46111—Piano
                       accompanying weekly. Prerequisite: Permission.

                                                                               48393 Variable Title Workshop in Music (1-4)             36211, 46211—Organ
                       47014 Folk Guitar for the Music Educator (1)            Offered for specific professional needs. Emphasis
                       Development of basic folk guitar performance skills     on performance and pedagogical skills. S/U grad-
                       for music education majors. Prerequisite: Music         ing. Prerequisite: Permission.                           36311, 46311—Voice
                       major, MUS 23111 or permission. Special fee:
                       $20—subject to change.
                                                                               48512 Improvisation (1)                                  36411, 46411—Violin
                                                                               The development of musical improvisation skills not
                       47811      Instrument Class for the Choral/General      tied to any particular music style. Students will per-
                                  Music Educator (1)                           form on their own applied instrument(s). Prerequi-       36412, 46412—Viola
                       Class instruction in the basic playing skills of band   site: MUS 21121.
                       and orchestral instruments intended to provide
                       familiarity with the common school instruments for                                                               36413, 46413—Violoncello
                       the choral/general music major. Prerequisite: Music     48598 Music Research (2-3)
                       major or permission. Special fee: $20—subject to        (Repeated registration permitted) Research or indi-
                       change.                                                 vidual investigation for undergraduate students. IP      36414, 46414—Double Bass
                                                                               grade permissible. Prerequisite: Permission.

                       48111 Eurhythmics (1)                                                                                            36511, 46511—Flute
                       Applied study of rhythm through kinesthetic, intel-
                       lectual and emotional involvement. Movement expe-
                       riences to strengthen concentration and                                                                          36512, 46512—Oboe
                       communication between ear, brain and muscles that
                       execute rhythm. Prerequisite: Music majors-minors.
                                                                                                                                                              MUS         471




36513, 46513—Clarinet                                 36111 Applied Music—Piano (2 or 4)                        36515 Applied Music—Saxophone (2 or 4)
                                                      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
                                                      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
36514, 46514—Bassoon                                  minors. Individual study. Prerequisite: Audition.         minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.


36515, 46515—Saxophone                                36211 Applied Music—Organ (2 or 4)                        36611 Applied Music—Trumpet (2 or 4)
                                                      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
                                                      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
36611, 46611—Trumpet                                  minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.


36612, 46612—French Horn                              36311 Applied Music—Voice (2 or 4)                        36612 Applied Music—French Horn (2 or 4)
                                                      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
                                                      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
36613, 46613—Trombone                                 minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.


36614, 46614—Euphonium                                36411 Applied Music—Violin (2 or 4)                       36613 Applied Music—Trombone (2 or 4)
                                                      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
                                                      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
36615, 46615—Tuba                                     minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.


36711, 46711—Percussion                               36412 Applied Music—Viola (2 or 4)                        36614 Applied Music—Euphonium (2 or 4)
                                                      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
                                                      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and




                                                                                                                                                                           Course Descriptions
36811, 46811—Harpsichord                              minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.


36911, 46911—Harp                                     36413 Applied Music—Violoncello (2 or 4)                  36615 Applied Music—Tuba (2 or 4)
                                                      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
                                                      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
36912, 46912—Guitar                                   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.


       Class Instruction: Classes in piano,           36414 Applied Music—Double Bass (2 or 4)                  36711 Applied Music—Percussion (2 or 4)
       voice, strings, woodwinds, brasses             A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
       and percussion are available. The pre-         and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
       requisite for each course is cited in          minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.
       the Catalog description. The instruc-
       tion fee is $20 for a 1-hour course and
       $25 for a 2-hour credit course.                36511 Applied Music—Flute (2 or 4)                        36811 Applied Music—Harpsichord (2 or 4)
                                                      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
                                                      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
17011,     17012 Piano Class for Nonmusic             minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.
                  Students (2 Each)
Development of basic skills required in playing
piano, including familiarity with the keyboard and    36512 Applied Music—Oboe (2 or 4)                         36911 Applied Music—Harp (2 or 4)
music notation. Prerequisite: Of MUS 17011 is         A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
none; of 17012 is MUS 17011 or audition.              and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
                                                      minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.

17111, 17112 Piano Class (1 Each)
Preparatory piano. Credit not acceptable on music     36513 Applied Music—Clarinet (2 or 4)                     36912 Applied Music—Guitar (2 or 4)
major sequences. Piano literature and functional      A comprehensive study of performance, technique           A comprehensive study of performance, technique
elements of sight-reading, transposition, harmo-      and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            and repertoire appropriate to music majors and
nization and improvisation. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.


27111, 27112 Piano Class (2 Each)                     36514 Applied Music—Bassoon (2 or 4)                      37111 Functional Piano (2)
Continuation of piano classes. Credit acceptable on   A comprehensive study of performance, technique           Development of keyboard facility for practical purpos-
music major and minor sequences. Prerequisite:        and repertoire appropriate to music majors and            es in classroom. Credit-By-Exam with departmental
MUS 17112 or audition.                                minors. Individual instruction. Prerequisite: Audition.   approval. Prerequisite: MUS 21122 or permission.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
472                    MUS          NURS




                       47012 Folk Guitar Class I (2)                            10021      Basic Life Support Instructor                 21096 Individual Investigation (2-4)
                       Development of basic folk guitar performance skills.                Certification (1)                             Designed for the student interested in exploration
                       Prerequisite: None.                                      Development of techniques used in teaching               and research of material not covered in required
                                                                                B.C.L.S. Instructor certification in cardiopulmonary     nursing courses. Prerequisites: NURS 20040 and
                                                                                resuscitation. Lecture 1 hour weekly, lab 2 hours        permission.
                       47013 Folk Guitar Class II (2)                           weekly. S/U grading. Prerequisite: NURS 10020.
                       Continued development of acoustic guitar perfor-
                       mance skills, study of performance related theory,                                                                30000 Professional Nursing Concepts (2)
                       and related topics such as open tuning and slide         10050 Introduction to Professional Nursing (1)           Focuses on concepts impacting professional nurs-
                       guitar. Prerequisite: MUS 47012 or permission.           Focus on nursing’s development as a discipline and       ing. National issues affecting nursing and health
                                                                                profession. The scope of nursing practice and the        care are examined. Prerequisites: NURS 20000,
                                                                                health care delivery system are discussed. Prerequi-     20030, 20950; BSCI 30030, 30050 and CHEM
                       47311 Voice Class (1)                                    site: None.                                              20284. This course may be used to satisfy the writ-
                       Class instruction in the fundamentals of correct                                                                  ing-intensive course graduation requirement with
                       breathing, tone production and diction. Prerequisite:                                                             approval of major department.
                       Music majors-minors or permission.                       20000 Professional Nursing Issues (2)
                                                                                Focuses on nursing theory; personal and profes-
                                                                                sional role development; issues of cultural diversity;   30010 Parent and Newborn Nursing (4)
                       47411 String Class (1)                                   ethical, political and economic influences on health     A study of nursing assessment, need identification
                       (Repeatable for a total of 3 hours) Class lessons in     care delivery at local and regional levels. Prerequi-    and evaluation for individuals and families during
                       basic playing skills, methodology, teaching materi-      site: Admission to sophomore nursing sequence;           the child bearing cycle. Prerequisites: NURS 20000,
                       als, and maintenance of string instruments to enable     NURS 10050.                                              20030, 20950; BSCI 30030, 30050; and CHEM
                       the student to teach string classes in public schools.                                                            20284. Special lab fee: $69—subject to change.
                       Prerequisite: Music major-minor or permission.
                                                                                20020      Assessment and Communication in
                                                                                           Nursing (3)                                   30020 Health Care of Children (4)
                       47511 Woodwind Class (1)                                 Individuals are assessed as members of families          Nursing process in family-centered care of children
 Course Descriptions




                       (Repeatable for a total of 3 hours) Study of funda-      and community members. Communication in nurs-            including health and developmental promotion and
                       mental principles of performance on woodwind             ing is explored. Prerequisite: Admission to sopho-       illness and restorative intervention. Prerequisites:
                       instruments; methods and materials for class and         more nursing sequence. Special lab fee:                  NURS 20000, 20030, BSCI 30030, 30050; and CHEM
                       private instruction. Prerequisite: Music major-minor     $50.50—subject to change.                                20284. Special lab fee: $69—subject to change.
                       or permission.

                                                                                20030 Foundations of Nursing Interventions (5)           30030 Nursing of Adults (5)
                       47611 Brass Class (1)                                    Foundations of Nursing Interventions focuses on          Emphasizes health promotion and prevention of
                       (Repeatable for a total of 3 hours) Study of funda-      selected aspects of nursing care to improve the          episodic illness and maintenance of health status.
                       mental principles of playing and teaching brass          health of individuals within families and groups. Uti-   Utilizes nursing process as foundation to provide
                       instruments. Survey of materials and method books        lizes principles of the interpersonal process, nursing   nursing care composed of clinical experience in
                       suitable for class and private instruction. Prerequi-    process, and professional nursing. Prerequisite:         acute care settings. Prerequisites: NURS 20000,
                       site: Music major-minor or permission.                   NURS 20020. Special lab fee: $80—subject to              20030, 20950; BSCI 30030, 30050; and CHEM
                                                                                change.                                                  20284. Special lab fee: $80—subject to change.

                       47711 Percussion Class (1)
                       Study of various percussion instruments (mallets,        20160 Nursing Process (2)                                30040       Nursing of Adults with Rehab Needs
                       snare drum, timpani and auxiliary) and techniques        Concepts of nursing process/process recording are                    and/or Gerontologic Changes (4)
                       of performance. Designed for music educator with         taught with emphasis on those processes as used          This course encompasses care of persons and fami-
                       no previous percussion experience. Prerequisite:         at Kent State University College of Nursing. Philoso-    lies dealing with gerontologic changes and/or reha-
                       Music major-minor or permission.                         phies of nursing are discussed. Prerequisites:           bilitation needs. Prerequisites: NURS 20000, 20030,
                                                                                sophomore in nursing and permission.                     20950; BSCI 30030, 30050; and CHEM 20284. Spe-
                                                                                                                                         cial lab fee: $69—subject to change.
                       47911 Harp Class (1)
                       Study of basic fundamentals of performance on            20950     Human Growth and Development for
                       harp. Includes teaching techniques for the develop-                Health Professionals (3)                       30050 Basic Nursing Informatics (2)
                       ment of school music programs. Prerequisite:             Examines theoretical principles and concepts of          Focuses on the use of nursing informatics for clini-
                       Music major-minor or permission.                         human growth and development throughout the life         cal nursing practice, inquiry and communication.
                                                                                cycle applicable to personal and professional activi-    Prerequisite: NURS 20020.
                                                                                ties essential to the accurate assessment of human
                       NURSING (NURS)                                           needs and understanding human behaviors. Prereq-
                       10020 Basic Cardio Life Support (1)                      uisite: PSYCH 11762 and sophomore standing.              30060      Basic Pharmacology for Nursing
                       C.P.R. (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) techniques                                                                            Practice (2)
                       for infants, children and adults. American Heart                                                                  Introduction to general principles of pharmacology.
                       Association certified. Lecture 1 hour weekly, lab 2      21095 Special Topics (2-4)                               Major classes of pharmacotherapeutic agents,
                       hours weekly. S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.           Scheduled topics of interest to faculty and students.    mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetics, dosage
                                                                                Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.                        and administration; effects and nursing responsibili-
                                                                                                                                         ties. Prerequisites: NURS 20020; BSCI 30030; and
                                                                                                                                         CHEM 20284.
                                                                                                                                                   NURS           NRST         473




30063 Spiritual Care of Patients (2)                          40050 Nursing Integration Practicum (3)                  41000      Nursing Concepts and Professional
Study of the spiritual needs of patients and the              The course focuses on role development/synthesis                    Nursing Role Development (5)
nurse’s role with regard to these needs. Prerequi-            of nursing knowledge in a selected potential prac-       The course focuses on nursing concepts and theo-
sites: NURS 20041 and 20950.                                  tice area. Students set their own objectives and are     ry, nursing process, and the history of nursing as it
                                                              paired with a nurse preceptor. Prerequisites: NURS       relates to the development of professional nursing
                                                              30000, 30010, 30020, 30030, 30040, 30050 and             and the role of the professional nurse. Didactic and
31095 Special Topics (2-4)                                    30060. Special lab fee: $50.50—subject to change.        clinical content and experiences are designed to
Scheduled topics of interest to faculty and students.                                                                  assist in analysis of the professional role. Emphasis
Prerequisites: NURS 20041 and 20950 or permission.                                                                     is placed on student accountability for learning. IP
                                                              40057      Case Management in Healthcare                 grade permissible. Prerequisite: Registered nurse
                                                                         Agencies (2-3)                                graduate of an associate degree or diploma nursing
31096 Individual Investigation (2-4)                          Course describes roles of institutional, community       program. Satisfactory completion of BSCI 20020,
Designed for the student interested in exploration            and insurance-based case managers, identifies            20021, CHEM 10050, 10052 or permission.
and research of material not covered in required              mechanisms to establish case management sys-
nursing courses. Prerequisites: NURS 20041 and                tems and develops communication, clinical evalua-
permission.                                                   tion and financial management skills. Prerequisite:      41095 Special Topics (2-4)
                                                              Senior standing.                                         Scheduled topics of interest to faculty and students.
                                                                                                                       Topics to be announced when scheduled. Prerequi-
40000 Professional Nursing Development (2)                                                                             sites: NURS 30160, 30361, 30462, 30870 or per-
Focuses on career development in professional                 40061 Physical Assessment (2)                            mission.
nursing. International and/or global issues affecting         Self-instructional course using AV materials, read-
nursing and health care delivery are examined. Pre-           ings and laboratory practice in the performance of
requisites: NURS 30000, 30010, 30030, 30060,                  physical assessments. Instructor available weekly.       41096 Individual Investigation (2-4)
30040, and 30050. This course may be used to sat-             Written and performance tests required. Prerequi-        Designed for the student interested in exploration
isfy the writing-intensive course graduation require-         site: Senior nursing student or permission.              and research of material not covered in required
ment with approval of major department.                                                                                nursing courses. Prerequisites: NURS 30160,
                                                                                                                       30361, 30462 and 30870.




                                                                                                                                                                                Course Descriptions
                                                              40062 Nurse Externship in Nursing Practice (4)
40010 Nursing of the Critically Ill (4)                       Opportunity for professional nursing practice is
Holistic approach to assessing, intervening and eval-         expanded to a selected population with complex           42000      Leadership/Management for the
uating critically ill persons. Nursing practice in critical   health care needs. Focus is on increasing theoretical               Professional Nurse (5)
care settings with diverse populations. Prerequisites:        knowledge base and using knowledge in complex            The course is designed to assist RN students utiliza-
NURS 30000, 30010, 30030, 30040, 30050 and                    care situations with patients and their families. Pre-   tion of existing personal and professional knowl-
30060. Special lab fee: $69—subject to change.                requisite: Senior nursing student or permission.         edge and experiences in the study of leadership and
                                                                                                                       management. Facilitates discovery of how nursing
                                                                                                                       and leadership theories define and enhance prac-
40020 Community Health Nursing (4)                            40085      Introduction to Nursing Inquiry and           tice. Assists students in analyzing the relationship
Concepts of community health nursing with emphasis                       Research (3)                                  between nursing, the professional nurses’ leader-
on health promotion and prevention of population-             Introduction to clinical inquiry and research for the    ship/management roles, and the articulation
based health problems. Students are responsible for           professional nurse. Theoretical frameworks appro-        between nursing research and practice. IP grade
own transportation to field experience. Prerequisites:        priate to nursing are used in the development of a       permissible. Prerequisite: NURS 41000.
NURS 30000, 30010, 30020, 30030, 30040, 30050                 nursing research proposal. Prerequisite: NURS
and 30060. Special lab fee: $69—subject to change.            40060 and statistics course. This course may be
                                                              used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-     44000     Community-Oriented Nursing
                                                              tion requirement with approval of major department.                Practice (5)
40030     Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health                                                                        Concepts of community-oriented nursing practice
          Nursing Care (4)                                                                                             with emphasis on improving the health of the com-
Focuses on the development of therapeutic relation-           40872 Introduction to Nursing Research (3)               munity. This course is a Web-based course
ships with individuals, families and vulnerable pop-          Scientific approach and methods of research design       designed for registered nurses completing the RN-
ulations across the lifespan who have potential               in clinical nursing. Evaluation of specific nursing      BSN/MSN program. Three semester hours class
and/or identified mental health needs. Students will          studies. Development of a researchable nursing           and two semester hours clinical. Prerequisite:
learn and apply theory about mental health illness.           problem, analysis and critique of studies of problem     NURS 41000.
Prerequisites: NURS 30000, 30010, 30020, 30030,               and implications for clinical practice. Prerequisites:
30040, 30050, 30060. Special lab fee: $17.25/cr.              Statistics prerequisite or concurrent; Junior Nurs-
hr.—subject to change.                                        ing; Honors students.                                    NURSING TECHNOLOGY (NRST)*
                                                                                                                               All nursing courses must be taken in
                                                                                                                               sequence.
40040 Leadership and Management in Nursing (4)
Concepts and practice essential to leading and man-
aging health care personnel across the health care                                                                     10001 Foundations of Nursing Agency (5)
continuum. Prerequisites: NURS 30000, 30010,                                                                           Development of basic nursing skills and physical
30020, 30030, 30040, 30050, and 30060. Special                                                                         assessment. The student will begin implementation
lab fee: $60—subject to change.                                                                                        of the nursing process using Universal Self-Care
                                                                                                                       Requisites as an organizational framework. Prereq-
                                                                                                                       uisite: Admission to the nursing program.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
474                    NRST           NUTR




                       10002 Introduction to Nursing Process (1)                 20208 Nursing Agency III (6)                                    State University, reserves the right to
                       Orem’s theory is used as the organizing framework.        Nursing care of individuals with complex therapeutic            initiate changes in the program as
                       The nursing care plan format using the nursing            self-care demands. Emphasis is placed on the nurse              deemed necessary for maintaining
                       process is presented. Prerequisite: For students          as provider and manager of patient care. Course must            quality nursing education.
                       enrolled in the nursing program, the course must be       be taken the semester that the student is planning to
                       taken concurrently with NRST 10001. Permission of         graduate. Prerequisite: NRST 20206 and 20207.
                       the instructor is required for nonnursing students.                                                               NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (NUTR)
                                                                                                                                         23511 Nutrition Related to Health (3)
                                                                                 20209       Maternal/Newborn Development Self-          Essentials of nutrition as they relate to the health
                       10003 Nursing Agency I (6)                                            Care (2)                                    and well-being of individuals and families. Prerequi-
                       Emphasizes broad concepts common to nursing               Nursing care of the expectant and newly delivered       site: None.
                       practice. Increasingly complex skills are introduced.     family. The nursing approach acknowledges the
                       Care focuses on simple therapeutic self-care              mother’s self-care abilities and dependent care
                       demands. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all       agent role. Health deviations related to childbearing   33512 Nutrition (3)
                       first semester courses (BSCI 20020, CHEM 10054,           are incorporated. Prerequisites: Successful comple-     Functions, sources and interactions of essential
                       US 10001, NRST 10001 and 10002) with a cumula-            tion of all 10000-level NRST courses; NRST 20206,       nutrients. Nutritional needs of family members,
                       tive GPA of 2.0 or better.                                20207; NURS 20950; BSCI 20020, 20021; CHEM              methods of meeting these needs, sources of reliable
                                                                                 10054 or 10050 and 10052; US 10001; PSYC                nutrition information. Prerequisites: CHEM 10060,
                                                                                 11762; NUTR 33512; ENG 10001; SOC 12050; one            10061 and 20481. CHEM 10050 and 10052 accept-
                       10004 Older Adult Developmental Self-Care (2)             3-hour LER. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.            ed for nonnutrition majors.
                       Age-related and pathological changes of aging.
                       Includes nursing care approaches for older patients
                       with health deviations. Prerequisite: Admission to        20210 Child and Family Development Self-Care (2)        33522 Applied Nutrition (3)
                       the nursing program. Permission of the instructor is      Family-centered nursing care of children. Develop-      Application of nutrition principles including nutrition
                       required for registered nurses and LPNs.                  mental self-care requisites and common health devi-     assessment, charting of medical records, interview-
                                                                                 ations are emphasized. Prerequisites: Successful        ing, counseling, nutrition education, food exchange
                                                                                 completion of all 10000-level NRST courses; NRST        lists, nutrition surveys and dietary standards. Nutrition
 Course Descriptions




                       10005 Therapeutic Use of Self (2)                         20206, 20207; NURS 20950; BSCI 20020, 20021;            and dietetics majors only or permission. Prerequisite:
                       Focus is on the self-care of individuals with emphasis    CHEM 10054 or 10050 and 10052; US 10001; PSYC           NUTR 23511 and completed Social Science LER.
                       on understanding human relationships in the promo-        11762; NUTR 33512; ENG 10001; SOC 12050; one
                       tion of self-care. Culture, values and past experiences   3-hour LER. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
                       as factors in communication are explored. Prerequi-                                                               41092 Practicum in Nutrition (2-4)
                       site: Admission to the nursing program.                                                                           Directed professional training experiences in the
                                                                                 20211 Contemporary Nursing Issues (1)                   field of nutrition and dietetics. Prerequisite: Permis-
                                                                                 Major social, economic and educational trends are       sion.
                       10006 Transitions in Nursing Agency (5)                   studied. The focus is on the role of the associate’s
                       This course includes content areas from all first-        degree nurse as a member of the profession. Prereq-
                       year nursing courses and will have both a theory          uisite: Must be taken concurrently with NRST 20208.     41093      Variable Topic Workshop in Nutrition
                       and a campus/clinical lab. Orem’s theory is intro-                                                                           and Dietetics (1-3)
                       duced emphasizing the assessment of the client’s                                                                  Learning experiences are provided in a wide range
                       self-care assets and self-care deficits. Prerequisite:    21095 Special Topics (2-4)                              of areas in the field of nutrition and dietetics. S/U
                       Admittance to ADN program and first-level arts and        Scheduled topic of interest to students and faculty.    grading. Prerequisite: None.
                       sciences courses.                                         Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Successfully
                                                                                 completed all NRST 10000 level courses.
                                                                                                                                         41095 Special Topics in Nutrition (1-4)
                       20206 Nursing Agency II (5)                                                                                       Discussion of a major topic within a specific field in
                       Nursing care of adults with intermediate therapeutic      21096 Individual Investigation in Nursing (1-3)         nutrition and dietetics. Prerequisite: Written permis-
                       self-care demands. Emphasis is placed on the nurse        (Repeatable for a total of 18 hours) Readings and/or    sion from instructor.
                       as a provider of care. Prerequisites: All 10000-level     investigation of nursing topics supervised by nurs-
                       NRST courses; BSCI 20021; PSYC 11762; NUTR                ing faculty. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission of
                       33512; with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better.            director.                                               41096 Individual Investigation (1-3)
                                                                                                                                         Independent study in nutrition and dietetics. Prereq-
                                                                                                                                         uisite: Written permission from instructor.
                       20207 Psychosocial Self-Care Deficits (3)                         The student must complete 36 semes-
                       Focus is on self-care deficits of the emotionally ill             ter hours of the nursing curriculum
                       patient with emphasis on understanding human                      with a cumulative GPA of 2.00 to                43013 Experimental Methods in Nutrition (3)
                       needs in relation to the abnormal behavior patterns               progress to the second year of the              Students will gain laboratory experience in the bio-
                       of the adult. Emphasis continues to be placed on the              nursing program.                                chemical methods of assessing nutrition status and
                       therapeutic use of self in meeting psychological                                                                  the identification of nutrition-related conditions.
                       needs as well as the development of therapeutic                                                                   Principles of experimental design and data analysis
                       communication skills. Prerequisite: All 10000-level               The student must achieve a grade of C           and techniques of scientific writing will be applied.
                       NRST courses, BSCI 20021, PSYC 11762, NUTR                        or better in each nursing course in             Prerequisite: NUTR 33512. Special fee: $6.66/cr.
                       33512, with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.                    order to progress in the nursing                hr.—subject to change. This course may be used to
                                                                                         sequence.                                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation
                                                                                                                                         requirement with approval of major department.

                                                                                         The Associate’s Degree in Nursing
                                                                                         program, Regional Campuses, Kent
                                                                                                                                                         NUTR            PAS        475




43016      Cultural Aspects of Food, Nutrition and          10001 Therapeutic Media I (3)                                10101 Elementary Kiswahili I (4)
           Health (3)                                       Development of skills in the use of craft media as a         This course is an introduction to Kiswahili in which
Cultural overview of racial, ethnic and religious popu-     basic approach to occupational therapy practice.             students will learn the essentials of speaking, read-
lation groups residing in the United States and the         Includes concept of activity analysis and problem            ing and writing the most extensively used language
impact on food habits, nutritional and health status,       solving. Prerequisite: Admission to program. Spe-            in East Africa. Prerequisite: None. This course may
and counseling concerns. Prerequisite: NUTR 23511.          cial fee: $25.                                               be used to satisfy the LERs.


43513 Advanced Nutrition (3)                                10002      Therapeutic Techniques I—                         10102 Elementary Kiswahili II (4)
Mechanisms through which nutrients meet the                            Psychosocial (5)                                  Continuation of PAS 10101, aimed at advancing
human biological needs. Fundamental concepts                Application of occupational therapy skills and tech-         students knowledge and communication skills in
underlying applied human nutrition. Evaluation and          niques in treatment programs, concerned with psy-            Kiswahili by introducing Kiswahili literature—short
interpretation of research findings. Prerequisites:         chosocial dysfunction. Prerequisite: Admission to            narratives, proverbs and folktales. Prerequisite: PAS
NUTR 33512, BSCI 30030 and CHEM 30284.                      program and OTAT 10000; corequisite: OTAT 10001.             10101 or equivalent. This course may be used to
                                                                                                                         satisfy the LERs.

43514 Clinical Dietetics (5)                                20000     Therapeutic Techniques II—Physical
Application of the principles of normal nutrition to diet             Dysfunction (5)                                    13001      Foundations of Pan-African
in disease, effect of pathological conditions on nutri-     Application of occupational therapy skills and tech-                    Studies I [03-03]
tional needs. Prerequisites: NUTR 33522 and 43513.          niques in treatment programs, specifically con-              This interdisciplinary course provides a fundamental
                                                            cerned with physical dysfunctions. Prerequisite:             understanding of what constitutes the Pan-African
                                                            OTAT 10002; corequisite: OTAT 20001 and 20002.               world. Prerequisite: None.
43515 Community Nutrition (3)
Introduction to nutrition problems and practices in
the community. Study of legislation, philosophies,          20001      Occupational Therapy Management                   13002      Foundations of Pan-African
management strategies and agencies affecting nutri-                    Skills (2)                                                   Studies II [03-03]
tional care. Prerequisites: NUTR 33522 and 43513.           Introduction to skills required for performing               This interdisciplinary course will introduce students to




                                                                                                                                                                                     Course Descriptions
                                                            administrative tasks in the occupational therapy             the study of the African diaspora. Prerequisite: None.
                                                            department. Also includes professional issues. Pre-
43518 Maternal and Child Nutrition (3)                      requisite: OTAT 10002. Corequisite: OTAT 20000
Nutrition requirements and problems: pregnancy,             and 20002.                                                   20101 Kiswahili III (3)
lactation, childhood and adolescence. Prerequisite:                                                                      Continuation of Kiswahili II, aimed at developing
NUTR 33512 or equivalent.                                                                                                knowledge, competence and recognition of
                                                            20002 Therapeutic Media II (3)                               Kiswahili usage in all forms of Kiswahili literature.
                                                            Continued development of skills in the use of craft          Prerequisite: CRIT 13102, PAS 10102.
43520 Nutrition for Fitness (3)                             media and basic concepts related to occupational
This course will explore the relationship between           therapy. Prerequisite: OTAT 10001. Special fee: $25.
nutrition, health and exercise. Dietary change for                                                                       20102 Kiswahili IV (3)
improved health and fitness will be discussed as                                                                         Continuation of Kiswahili III, aimed at developing
well as the impact of diet and exercise on body             20003 Therapeutic Media III (3)                              knowledge, competence and recognition of
composition and weight. Prerequisite: NUTR 33512.           Development of skills utilized in adapting equipment         Kiswahili usage in all forms of Kiswahili literature.
                                                            for patients/clients to carry out activities of daily liv-   Prerequisite: PAS 20101.
                                                            ing. Prerequisite: OTAT 20002. Special fee: $25.
43521     Food Choices for Prescribed Dietary
          Modification (2)                                                                                               22000 African World Creative Writing (03-06)
Adapting adequate normal diet in terms of food              20004       Therapeutic Techniques III—                      Focus on creative writing and performance in the
choices to accommodate prescribed food restriction                      Developmental Disabilities (3)                   mode and performance styles of people of African
or bodily disfunction. Not open to dietetic majors.         Application of occupational therapy skills and tech-         descent. Students will write, perform, critique and
Prerequisite: NUTR 23511 or equivalent.                     niques applied to patients/clients with developmen-          produce original works. Prerequisite: ENG 10002.
                                                            tal disabilities. Prerequisite: OTAT 20000.

43523     Nutrition and Dietetics: Professional                                                                          22101 African American Visual Artists (3)
          Practice (1)                                      20005 Clinical Applications (8)                              An Afrocentric survey of visual and aural artistry,
Development of professional awareness. Evaluation           (320 clinical lab hours) Under the supervision of per-       course examines cultural context and perspectives,
of professional growth and formulation of plans for         sonnel in selected health care agencies the student          mediums of expression, form, style, content and
continued growth. Prerequisite: Open to nutrition           will apply knowledge, skills and techniques acquired         patronage of African-American artists from 1800.
majors only upon completion of junior-level courses.        in prior and concurrent OTAT courses. Prerequisite:          Prerequisite: None.
                                                            OTAT 20000; corequisite: OTAT 20003 and 20004.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTING                                                                                           22200 Introduction to the African Arts (3)
TECHNOLOGY (OTAT)*                                          PAN-AFRICAN STUDIES (PAS)                                    Investigation of function of creative forms of artistic
10000      Introduction to Occupational Therapy                     For placement and credit in foreign                  expression particular to experiences of Pan-African
           Assisting (3)                                            language courses see Arts and Sci-                   community at home and abroad. Prerequisite: None.
Introduction to the profession of occupational thera-               ences—Foreign Language Require-
py, its place in the health care system, and the role               ment—Placement and Credit.
and function of the OTR and the COTA. Prerequisite:
None.

*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
476                    PAS




                       22201 Expressivity in African Arts (3)                    31092 Practicum in African Theatre Arts (3-9)              34000 Introduction to African World View (3)
                       An African-centered examination of the process and        (Repeatable for a maximum of 9 hours) Exposes              Investigates traditional African cosmological world
                       profession of African traditional visual artists;         students to fundamental techniques of stage through        views and aesthetics in global Africa. Prerequisite: PAS
                       emphasis on sculpture, pottery, fabric, textile design,   auditory, visual and physical participation. Students      23001, 23002, or permission. This course may be
                       embroidery, mural decorations in two- and three-          are evaluated in performance and related theatre           used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.
                       dimensional finishes. Prerequisite: PAS 22200.            activities. Prerequisite: PAS 22200 or permission.

                                                                                                                                            35100       African American Social, Political, and
                       23001 Black Experience I: Beginnings to 1865 (3)          32010 The Pan-African Essay (3)                                        Economic Systems (3)
                       Study and analysis of the African experience prior        Analyzes expository writing by historic and contem-        An Afrocentric approach to the interrelated social,
                       to, and following, the arrival of Africans in the New     porary Pan-African essayists; and incorporates vari-       political, and economic systems of people of African
                       World. Emphasis on North, South America, Africa           ous approaches and techniques into student writing.        descent. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission.
                       and Caribbean. Prerequisite: None. This course may        Prerequisite: ENG 10002. This course may be used
                       be used to satisfy the LERs and the university Diver-     to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation
                       sity Requirement.                                         requirement with approval of major department.             35200      African Social, Political, and Economic
                                                                                                                                                       Systems (3)
                                                                                                                                            An African-centered focus on traditional African insti-
                       23002 Black Experience II: 1865 to Present (3)            33100     African American Family in Historical            tutions as these interact with the Jihad Movements,
                       The second of two parts, this course covers the                     Perspectives (3)                                 Western European incursion, the slave trade, colonial-
                       period 1865 to present and is a continuation of PAS       Examines social, political, cultural and historical fac-   ism, independence movements, and contemporary
                       23001. Prerequisite: PAS 23001 (recommended)              tors which have influenced the development of              issues. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission.
                       but not required. This course may be used to satisfy      African-American family organization from African
                       the LERs and the university Diversity Requirement.        shores through the American experience. Prerequi-
                                                                                 sites: PAS 23002 or permission. This course may be         36210 African Traditional Architectural Settings (3)
                                                                                 used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.      An African exploration of the interplay among
                       23171 The African American Community (3)                                                                             African worldviews, oratures, and the artistry and
                       Explores problems of African-American communi-                                                                       aesthetics of traditional African communal struc-
 Course Descriptions




                       ties: public administration, transportation, health,      33110      The Black Woman: Historical                     tures. Prerequisite: None.
                       public finance, crime and justice, geography/Black                   Perspectives (3)
                       demography and education. Prerequisites: PAS              This course surveys the experiences of African-Amer-
                       23002 or permission. This course may be used to           ican women throughout various periods of history           37000     Oral and Written Discourses in Pan-
                       satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.             and their roles in shaping the social, economic, politi-             African Studies (3)
                                                                                 cal and cultural development of societies. Prerequi-       Examines the spoken and written English of African-
                                                                                 sites: PAS 23002 or permission. This course may be         Americans with some emphasis on mastering con-
                       24093 Black Writer’s Workshop (3)                         used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.      sensus English writing skills required in
                       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) The black aes-                                                                   upper-division PAS courses. Prerequisite: ENG
                       thetic in creative writing and oral literature. Focus                                                                10002. This course may be used to satisfy the writ-
                       on craft and tools of creative writing. S/U grading,      33120     The African American Man in                      ing-intensive course graduation requirement with
                       IP permissible. Prerequisite: College English or PAS                Contemporary Society (3)                         approval of major department.
                       22200 or permission.                                      Focuses on various roles of the African-American
                                                                                 man within the context of the African experience
                                                                                 and the African diaspora. Prerequisite: PAS 23002          37010      Research Methods in Pan-African
                       24407 Caribbean Studies (3)                               or permission.                                                        Studies (3)
                       Focus on people of African descent in the West                                                                       This course will expose students to the basic com-
                       Indies and their way of life for the cultural contribu-                                                              ponents of research methods in Pan-African studies
                       tions made to Pan-African communities. Prerequi-          33200 Ancient African Cultures (3)                         utilizing multidisciplinary approaches. Prerequisite:
                       site: PAS 23001 or 23002. This course may be used         This course will be an introduction to the ancient         PAS 37000.
                       to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.          cultures of Africa and their contributions to world
                                                                                 civilization. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                                                            37020 Pan-Africanism and the Model OAU (3)
                       30010      African and African-American                                                                              Critical examination of Pan-Africanism in the devel-
                                  Philosophies (3)                               33203 Kiswahili Conversation (3)                           opment of the Organization of African Unity (OAU).
                       (Cross-listed with PHIL 31070) Exploration of philo-      A conversation course specifically designed to             Students prepare to potentially participate as mock
                       sophical issues in African and African-American           enhance oral proficiency through further practice in       delegates in the annual Model OAU Summit. Prereq-
                       thought systems including examination of tradition-       conversation and written Kiswahili as well as dis-         uisite: PAS 13001 or PAS 23002.
                       al and emerging approaches to developing concep-          cussion of culture based-texts. Prerequisite: PAS
                       tions of African and African-American philosophies.       10102 or permission.
                       Prerequisite: Junior standing or one course in phi-                                                                  37143      The African-Brazilian Experience in
                       losophy. This course may be used to satisfy the uni-                                                                            Culture and Literature (3)
                       versity Diversity Requirement.                            33508 Caribbean Social and Political Directions (3)        (Cross-listed with HIST 31143 and MCLS 37143)
                                                                                 Twentieth-century West Indian social and political         Interdisciplinary approach to the study of the
                                                                                 development; emphasis on federation, indepen-              African-Brazilian experience, from the colonial peri-
                       30120     Contemporary Issues in African                  dence and nationalism in the Caribbean community           od to the present, as reflected in selected literary,
                                 American Education (3)                          as a sector of the total Pan-African community. Pre-       sociocultural and historical texts. Course taught in
                       This course examines the interrelationship of con-        requisite: PAS 24407.                                      English. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permis-
                       temporary issues and the education of people of                                                                      sion. This course may be used to satisfy the univer-
                       African descent. Prerequisite: PAS 23002 or PAS                                                                      sity Diversity Requirement.
                       13002 or permission.
                                                                                                                                                         PAS         PHIL       477




40080 Pedagogy for Pan-African Studies (3)                 47091 Senior Seminar in Pan-African Studies (3)            21001 Introduction to Ethics (3)
This course introduces both the data and methodol-         Students develop individual topical PAS research           This course considers what constitutes ethics, not
ogy for understanding and presenting Africa, its           papers for presentation before departmental faculty,       just which specific acts or act-kinds are ethical,
geography, history, peoples, cultures and ideologies       students and general public. IP grade permissible.         using at least three primary philosophic sources
to elementary and secondary students. Prerequisite:        Prerequisite: PAS major with junior or senior stand-       from varied ethical traditions. Prerequisite: None.
PAS 30120 or permission.                                   ing. This course may be used to satisfy the writing-       This course may be used to satisfy the LERs and
                                                           intensive course graduation requirement with               the university Diversity Requirement.
                                                           approval of major department.
41192 African-American Affairs Practicum (1-12)
(Repeatable for a total of 12 hours) Guided involve-                                                                  21002 Introduction to Formal Logic (3)
ments in urban areas with large African-American           47095      Special Topics in Theoretical and Applied       Techniques of formal logic, traditional and contem-
populations to provide experience with community                      Research (3)                                    porary. Prerequisite: None. This course may be
service, government agencies, public and private           Selected topics in the intellectual, cultural, political   used to satisfy the LERs.
schools, self-help organizations, etc. IP grade per-       and historical development of Pan-Africanism, its
missible. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing, or      diverse theoretical approaches and multiple applica-
permission.                                                tions including the Organization of African Unity.         21003 Ethics in Contemporary Contexts (3)
                                                           This course may be repeated up to 12 hours when            Interactions of ethical standards, sanctions, con-
                                                           topic varies. Prerequisite: PAS 32010 and PAS              flicts and priorities within contemporary contexts
42095     Special Topics in the Literature of Pan-         13002 or PAS 23002 or permission.                          (legal, political, religious, professional, commercial,
          Africa (3)                                                                                                  individual) having their own standards and logic.
Selected topics in orature, drama, poetry, prose,                                                                     Prerequisite: PHIL 21001.
novel, and criticism in various African world experi-      47150 The Underground Railroad (3)
ences and settings. This course may be repeated up         This course examines the Underground Railroad
to 12 hours when topics varies. Prerequisite: PAS          and its impact as an American phenomenon. Relat-           21020 Comparative Religious Thought I (3)
23002 and ENG 10002.                                       ed to the Underground Railroad research project            Philosophic study of the religious impulse as it
                                                           under the Institute of African American Affairs. Pre-      manifests itself variously in beliefs, practices and
                                                           requisite: PAS 23002 or PAS 13002.                         institutions ranging over times and cultures. Prereq-




                                                                                                                                                                                 Course Descriptions
42500 Black Education in America (3)                                                                                  uisite: None. This course may be used to satisfy the
(Repeatable for a maximum of 6 hours) Analyzes the                                                                    LERs and the university Diversity Requirement.
historical, social and political perspectives of educat-   49093 Variable Title Workshop in PAS (2-6)
ing people of African descent in America. Prerequi-        S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission.
site: PAS 13002 or PAS 23002 or permission.                                                                           21021 Comparative Religious Thought II (3)
                                                                                                                      Comparative exploration in depth of three religions,
                                                           49095 Selected Topics (2 or 3)                             selected to represent a Western religion, an Eastern
43095      Special Topics in Pan-African Literature,       Scheduled topic announced. Intended to encourage           religion and a religion often overlooked in traditional
           Arts, and Cultures (3)                          further study in areas not treated adequately in stan-     comparative studies. Prerequisite: PHIL 21020. This
Broadens upper-division offerings in wholistic study       dard courses. Offered irregularly by available or vis-     course may be used to satisfy the LERs and the uni-
and performance in Pan-African literatures, arts and       iting faculty. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite:         versity Diversity Requirement.
cultures. Prerequisite: PAS 13001 or 13002; PAS            Junior or senior standing, or permission.
23001 or 23002; PAS 31092 or PAS 22101 or per-
mission.                                                                                                              30005 Contemporary Moral Issues (3)
                                                           49096 Individual Investigation (1-3)                       Philosophical examination of at least four issues
                                                           (Repeatable once for credit) Research in areas of          currently debated in society — e.g., gun control,
43395      Special Topics in African Diaspora              interest not available in departmental courses.            capital punishment, welfare and economic disparity,
           Studies (3)                                     Approval by faculty member or chairperson neces-           pornography, affirmative action, excluding ethical
Study of selected topics related to people of African      sary prior to registration. IP grade permissible. Pre-     issues in medicine. Prerequisite: One course in phi-
descent outside of the African continent including, but    requisite: Junior or senior standing.                      losophy or junior standing or permission.
not limited to, the Americas and Europe. This course
may be repeated up to 12 hours when the topic
varies. Prerequisite: PAS 13001 and PAS 13002.             PHILOSOPHY (PHIL)                                          30015 Medicine and Morality (3)
                                                           11001 Introduction to Philosophy (3)                       A philosophical exploration of at least three issues
                                                           An introduction to the diverse methods and subject         related to current medical practices, which may
45095      Special Topics in Pedagogy in Pan-              matters of philosophy. Primary philosophic sources         include ethical, religious, legal and clinical aspects.
           African Studies (3-12)                          from varied philosophical traditions focus on at           Prerequisites: One course in philosophy or junior
Study of selected topics in issues, approaches and         least three philosophic areas. Prerequisite: None.         standing or permission.
styles in the education of people of African descent       This course may be used to satisfy the LERs and
in African and Western settings. This course may be        the university Diversity Requirement.
repeated when the topic varies. Prerequisite: PAS                                                                     30025 Environmental Philosophy (3)
13001 or 13002 or PAS 23001 or 23002.                                                                                 A philosophical examination of conceptions of
                                                           11009 Principles of Thinking (3)                           nature and the relations between human beings and
                                                           The place of argument in reasoning and the place of        the natural world with emphasis on exploring con-
47010       Theoretical Approaches to Pan-African          reasoning in thinking are explored through a con-          nections between environment and science, the
            Studies (3)                                    centration on argument—its structure, expression,          humanities, law, religion, ethics or aesthetics. Pre-
A critical analysis of the diverse approaches and          function and limits. Prerequisite: None. This course       requisite: One course in philosophy or junior stand-
underlying principles of Pan-African Studies. Pre-         may be used to satisfy the LERs.                           ing or permission.
requisite: Senior standing or permission.


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
478                    PHIL




                       31001 Ancient Greek Philosophy (3)                       31020 American Philosophy (3)                              31070      African and African-American
                       Examination of issues of Greek thought from its          Selections from principal American philosophers from                  Philosophies (3)
                       inception through Plato and Aristotle. Prerequisite:     colonial times to present. Prerequisite: At least one of   (Cross-listed with PAS 30010) Exploration of philo-
                       At least one of PHIL 11009, 21002, 30145; and at         PHIL 11009, 21002, 30145; and at least one of PHIL         sophical issues in African and African-American
                       least one of PHIL 11001, 21001; or permission.           11001, 21001; or permission. This course may be            thought systems including examination of tradition-
                       This course may be used to satisfy the writing-          used to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation    al and emerging approaches to developing concep-
                       intensive course graduation requirement with             requirement with approval of major department.             tions of African and African-American philosophies.
                       approval of major department.                                                                                       Prerequisite: Junior standing or one course in phi-
                                                                                                                                           losophy. This course may be used to satisfy the uni-
                                                                                31030 Existentialism (3)                                   versity Diversity Requirement.
                       31002 Medieval Philosophy (3)                            Development and themes of existentialism. Prereq-
                       Examination of issues in medieval thought; for           uisite: Junior standing or one course in philosophy
                       instance, the existence and nature of God and the        or permission.                                             31075 Philosophy and Multiculturalism (3)
                       problem of universals. Prerequisite: At least one of                                                                Philosophical examination of various approaches to
                       PHIL 11009, 21002, 30145; and at least one of PHIL                                                                  multiculturalism, in terms of definitions, justifica-
                       11001, 21001; or permission. This course may be          31035 Philosophy and Justice (3)                           tions, and relevant alternative views regarding the
                       used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-     Consideration of topics and issues in the general          scope and nature of multiculturalism. Prerequisite:
                       tion requirement with approval of major department.      sphere of justice from different perspectives by           One course in philosophy or junior standing or per-
                                                                                classical and contemporary philosophers. Prerequi-         mission. This course may be used to satisfy the uni-
                                                                                site: Junior standing in criminal justice or political     versity Diversity Requirement.
                       31003 Continental Rationalism (3)                        science, or a prior course in philosophy, or permis-
                       Selections from Rationalists; for instance, Descartes,   sion. This course may be used to satisfy the univer-
                       Spinoza and Leibniz. Prerequisite: At least one of       sity Diversity Requirement.                                32091 Seminar: Philosophical Reflections (3)
                       PHIL 11009, 21002, 30145; and at least one of PHIL                                                                  (Repeated registration permitted with departmental
                       11001, 21001; or permission. This course may be                                                                     approval) Exploration of philosophic literature for
                       used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-     31040 Women and Philosophy (3)                             contrasting or developing conceptions of human
                       tion requirement with approval of major department.      Examines the influences and contributions of               beings. Prerequisite: Junior standing, or one course
 Course Descriptions




                                                                                women to philosophy and the influences philosophy          in philosophy, or permission.
                                                                                has had on women either historically or currently.
                       31004 British Empiricism (3)                             Prerequisite: One course in philosophy, junior
                       Selections from British Empiricists; for instance,       standing, or permission. This course may be used           40005 Health Care Ethics (3)
                       Locke, Berkeley and Hume. Prerequisite: At least one     to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.           Ethical problems in health care critically assessed,
                       of PHIL 11009, 21002, 30145; and at least one of                                                                    and consideration of how these specific ethical
                       PHIL 11001, 21001; or permission. This course may                                                                   problems illuminate the ethical enterprise. Prerequi-
                       be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradu-   31045 Formal Logic (3)                                     site: Prior course in philosophy, or junior standing
                       ation requirement with approval of major department.     (Cross-listed with MATH 31045) Systematic study of         in a health care discipline, or permission.
                                                                                symbolic logic especially for philosophy majors,
                                                                                mathematics majors and those interested in more
                       31005 German Critical Philosophy (3)                     advanced courses in logic. Prerequisite: Junior stand-     40093 Variable Title Workshop in Philosophy (1-6)
                       Selections from Kant and post-Kantians. Prerequi-        ing, or one course in philosophy, or permission.           S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission.
                       site: At least one of PHIL 11009, 21002, 30145; and
                       at least one of PHIL 11001, 21001; or permission.
                       This course may be used to satisfy the writing-          31060 Aesthetics (3)                                       41010 Problems in the Philosophy of Religion (3)
                       intensive course graduation requirement with             Investigation of concepts such as the aesthetic object,    Philosophical examination of issues and problems
                       approval of major department.                            and creative expression, and critique of certain theo-     presented by various writers in philosophy of reli-
                                                                                ries designed to solve various problems of aesthetic       gion. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL 31001 -
                                                                                evaluations. Prerequisite: Junior standing in architec-    31020, or permission.
                       31006 Nineteenth-Century Philosophy (3)                  ture, art, journalism and mass communication, music,
                       Selections from works of 19th-century philoso-           speech, or one course in philosophy, or permission.
                       phers. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL 11009,                                                                    41015 Philosophical Study of Religion (3)
                       21002, 30145; and at least one of PHIL 11001,                                                                       A philosophical examination of pivotal issues, schools
                       21001; or permission. This course may be used to         31065 Philosophies of Religious Experience (3)             and theorists in the study of religion and the future of
                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation          Examination of phenomena of religious experience,          comparative studies. This course pursues the acade-
                       requirement with approval of major department.           its structure, ramifications and expression in myth        mic study of religion at an advanced level. Prerequi-
                                                                                and ritual. Prerequisite: Junior standing, or one          site: At least one of PHIL 31001, 31002, 31003,
                                                                                course in philosophy, or permission.                       31004, 31005, 31006, 31010, 31020, or permission.
                       31010 Twentieth-Century Philosophy (3)
                       Selections from the most influential schools of
                       thought within 20th-century philosophy: Existential-     31068      Religious Thought in Contemporary               41020 Social Philosophy (3)
                       ism, Pragmatism, Logical Positivism, Analytic Philos-               Contexts (3)                                    Philosophic examination of theories of societies as
                       ophy, Phenomenology. Prerequisite: At least one of       An inquiry into religious convictions, beliefs, sym-       proposed by various writers. Prerequisite: At least
                       PHIL 11009, 21002, 30145; and at least one of PHIL       bolizations and texts in contemporary contexts in          one of PHIL 31001 - 31020, or permission.
                       11001, 21001; or permission. This course may be          which religious considerations influence concep-
                       used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-     tion, valuation or interpretation of a contemporary
                       tion requirement with approval of major department.      situation and how contemporary contexts influence
                                                                                religious thought. Prerequisite: One course in phi-
                                                                                losophy or junior standing or permission.
                                                                                                                                                     PHIL          PEB        479




41025 Philosophy of Law (3)                              41065 Plato (3)                                            PHYSICAL EDUCATION BASIC (PEB)
Critical examination of the nature and function of       Detailed examination of selected Platonic dialogues,       10001 Adapted Physical Education (2)
law. Prerequisite: Junior standing in criminal justice   with some attention to Plato’s development and dis-        Physical education foundations and activities adapt-
or political science, or one philosophy course at        missal of certain pre-Socratic (and Socratic)              ed to the capabilities and needs of the handicapped
30000-level or above, or permission.                     themes. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL 31001 -         student. Prerequisite: Recommended by Kent Health
                                                         31020, or permission.                                      Center.

41030 Ethical Theories and Practices (3)
Intensive and in-depth study of some dimensions of       41070 Aristotle (3)                                        10020 Development and Conditioning (1)
philosophic traditions in ethics. Prerequisite: At       Detailed examination of selected works of Aristotle,       Introduction to the principles of physical training.
least one of PHIL 31001, 31002, 31003, 31004,            with some attention given to Aristotle’s develop-          Practical application of these principles through a
31005, 31006, 31010, 31020 or permission.                ment and dismissal of certain pre-Socratic and Pla-        variety of activities. Prerequisite: None.
                                                         tonic themes. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL
                                                         31001 - 31020, or permission.
41035 Philosophy of Science (3)                                                                                     10035 Lifetime Fitness (2)
Analysis of methodological problems in scientific                                                                   The role of exercise in enhancing physical fitness.
disciplines. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL 31001    41076 Continental Philosophy (3)                           Lectures on principles of planning scientifically sound
- 31020, or permission.                                  Investigation of some figure, issue or theme in con-       programs. Laboratory experiences in personal fitness
                                                         tinental philosophy from Descartes to present. Pre-        evaluation and exercise routines. Prerequisite: None.
                                                         requisite: At least one of PHIL 31001 - 31020, or
41040 Theories of Knowledge (3)                          permission.
Study of various problems in philosophic theories                                                                   10036 Fitness Walking (1)
of knowledge with some emphasis on current philo-                                                                   Application of sound training methods to achieve
sophic challenges on such theories. Prerequisite: At     41077 British and American Thought (3)                     personal cardiovascular fitness through participa-
least one of PHIL 31001 - 31020, or permission.          Detailed investigation of a figure or issue in British     tion in a walking program. Prerequisite: None.
                                                         or American philosophy. Prerequisite: At least one
                                                         of PHIL 31001 - 31020, or permission.




                                                                                                                                                                               Course Descriptions
41042 Topics in Metaphysics (3)                                                                                     10095     Selected Topics: Physical Education
Philosophical examination of at least three issues in                                                                         Activities (1-2)
metaphysics with an emphasis on the historical           41080 Philosophy and Art in the Modern Age (3)             Prerequisite: None.
debates that give rise to them and their contempo-       Exploring, with emphasis on the modern age, philo-
rary contexts. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL        sophical conceptions of art in their interplays with,
31001, 31002, 31003, 31004, 31005, 31006,                especially, practicing artists’ attitudes toward theo-     10102 Beginning Swimming (1)
31010, 31020, or permission.                             ry. Prerequisite: Junior standing in art, or one           Prerequisite: No or minimal swimming ability.
                                                         course of PHIL 31001-31020, or permission.

41045 Metalogic (3)                                                                                                 10103 International Folk Dance (1)
(Cross-listed with MATH 41045) Relatively formal         41085 Theories, Concepts and Narratives (3)                Prerequisite: None.
treatment of syntactic and semantic theory of            Concentrated discussion of explanation, its ele-
propositional and predicate logic, with some atten-      ments, its varieties and its alternatives. Prerequisite:
tion to the limits of formalism. Prerequisite: PHIL      At least one of PHIL 31001 - 31020, or permission.         10104 Archery (1)
31045 or permission.                                                                                                Prerequisite: None.

                                                         41086 Philosophy of Expression (3)
41050 Philosophical Analysis and Beyond (3)              Concentrated study of expression through philoso-          10105 Skiing (1)
Study of major problems in analytic philosophy and       phy of literature, of music, of body, of language, or      (Repeatable for a total of 1 hour) Beginning, inter-
subsequent philosophical analysis. Prerequisite: At      of symbols. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL             mediate or advanced intermediate skill levels. S/U
least one of PHIL 31001, 31003, 31004, 31005,            31001 - 31020, or permission.                              grading. Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $100/cr.
31006, 31010, 31020; or permission.                                                                                 hr.—subject to change.

                                                         49995 Special Topics (2-3)
41055 Phenomenology and Beyond (3)                       (Repeatable when content varies) Prerequisite: Per-        10106 Downhill Skiing—Specialization (1)
Investigation of phenomenological movement, its          mission.                                                   Five days of intensive skiing at commercial estab-
methods and the scope and course of its applications                                                                lishment with skill instruction and related lectures.
in philosophy and other disciplines. Prerequisite: At                                                               Transportation, lodging, rental, lift fees are
least one of PHIL 31001 - 31020, or permission.          49996 Individual Investigation (1-3)                       assessed. S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.
                                                         (Repeated registration permitted with departmental
                                                         approval prior to registration) IP grade permissible.
41060 Pragmatism and Beyond (3)                          Prerequisite: Departmental permission prior to reg-        10124 Wheelchair Basketball (1)
Detailed reading from classical American pragma-         istration.                                                 For any individual who, because of permanent leg
tists along with some attention to later interpreta-                                                                disability or paralysis of the lower portion of the
tions and explorations of current reappraisals and                                                                  body, will benefit from wheelchair basketball. Pre-
developments. Prerequisite: At least one of PHIL         49999 Senior Honors Project (2-3)                          requisite: None.
31001 - 31020, or permission.                            (Repeated registration permitted with departmental
                                                         approval prior to registration) Thesis or other inde-
                                                         pendent study or creative project. IP grade permis-        10125 Basketball (1)
                                                         sible. Prerequisite: Departmental permission before        Prerequisite: None.
                                                         registration.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
480                    PEB




                       10126 Basketball—Varsity (1)                           10426 Softball—Varsity (1)                              11023 Basic Track and Field (1)
                       Controlled registration.                               Controlled registration.                                Introduction to the basic techniques and rules of
                                                                                                                                      track and field events. Consideration of relative con-
                                                                                                                                      ditioning methods and safety procedures. Prerequi-
                       10136 Rhythmic Gymnastics (1)                          10505 Volleyball (1)                                    site: None.
                       Prerequisite: None.                                    Prerequisite: None.

                                                                                                                                      11024 Track and Field—Varsity (1)
                       10202 Intermediate Swimming (1)                        10506 Touch Football (1)                                Controlled registration.
                       Prerequisite: PEB 10102 or equivalent.                 Prerequisite: None.

                                                                                                                                      11025 Cross Country—Varsity (1)
                       10204 Badminton (1)                                    10602 Water Safety Instructor (2)                       Prerequisite: Controlled registration.
                       Prerequisite: None.                                    Leads to Red Cross water safety instructor certifi-
                                                                              cate. Prerequisite: PEB 10202 or equivalent.
                                                                                                                                      11104 Beginning Gymnastics (1)
                       10222 Swimming—Varsity (1)                                                                                     Prerequisite: None.
                       Controlled registration.                               10604 Beginning Golf (1)
                                                                              Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $6/cr. hr.—subject
                                                                              to change.                                              11124 Gymnastics—Varsity (1)
                       10302 Springboard Diving (1)                                                                                   Controlled registration.
                       Prerequisite: None.
                                                                              10612 Lifeguard Training (2)
                                                                              Individuals beyond the lifesaving level are prepared    11125 Football—Varsity (1)
                       10304 Bowling (1)                                      to assume the responsibilities of lifeguards at pools   Controlled registration.
                       Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $25/cr. hr.—subject   or at nonsurf open water beaches. Prerequisites:
                       to change.                                             PEB 10202 or equivalent.
 Course Descriptions




                                                                                                                                      11203 Horsemanship (1)
                                                                                                                                      (Repeatable for intermediate and advanced levels)
                       10305 Billiards (1)                                    10702 Skin and Scuba Diving (1)                         One hour riding, 1 hour lecture per week. Riding
                       Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject   Prerequisite: None.                                     emphasis is placed upon acquisition of balance and
                       to change.                                                                                                     proper form while maintaining control of the horse.
                                                                                                                                      Lecture provides knowledge and practice in care of
                                                                              10704 Intermediate Golf (1)                             horse. Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $100/cr.
                       10306 Jogging (1)                                      Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject    hr.—subject to change.
                       Prerequisite: None.                                    to change.

                                                                                                                                      11245      Introduction to Recreational Ice
                       10315 Intermediate Billiards (1)                       10724 Golf—Varsity (1)                                             Hockey—Coed (1)
                       Prerequisite: PEB 10305 or equivalent. Special fee:    Controlled registration.                                Students are introduced to the fundamentals and
                       $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                                                                 importance of teamwork, sportsmanship, in addi-
                                                                                                                                      tion to the enjoyable aspects of recreational hockey.
                                                                              10802 Fitness Swimming (1)                              Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $25/cr. hr.—subject
                       10325 Soccer (1)                                       Application of sound training methods to achieve        to change.
                       Prerequisite: None.                                    personal fitness through swimming. Prerequisite:
                                                                              PEB 10202.
                                                                                                                                      11246 Intermediate Ice Hockey—Coed (1)
                       10402 Beginning Synchronized Swimming (1)                                                                      Students develop proper technique in the fundamen-
                       Prerequisite: Intermediate swimming ability.           10904 Tennis (1)                                        tals, analyze systems, learn to react to situations and
                                                                              Prerequisite: None.                                     study team play. Prerequisite: PEB 11245 or equiva-
                                                                                                                                      lent. Special fee: $25/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       10403 Beginning Ballroom Dance (1)
                       Prerequisite: None.                                    10906 Racquetball (1)
                                                                              Prerequisite: None.                                     11325 Advanced Ice Hockey (1)
                                                                                                                                      To build on the basic hockey fundamentals, leading
                       10404 Fencing—Foil Only (1)                                                                                    to advanced team play and game situations, provid-
                       Prerequisite: None.                                    10907 Intermediate Tennis (1)                           ing deeper insight into the game of hockey. Prereq-
                                                                              Prerequisite: PEB 10904 or equivalent.                  uisite: PEB 11245. Special fee: $25/cr. hr.—subject
                                                                                                                                      to change.
                       10405 Western Square Dance (1)
                       Prerequisite: None.                                    10916 Intermediate Racquetball (1)
                                                                              A continuation of the basic techniques of racquet-      11326 Ice Hockey—Varsity (1)
                                                                              ball, with an emphasis on refinement of skill perfor-   Prerequisite: None.
                       10425 Baseball—Varsity (1)                             mance, and an introduction to intermediate
                       Controlled registration.                               racquetball techniques and strategies that lead to
                                                                              higher levels of performance. Prerequisite: PEB         11604 Beginning Karate (1)
                                                                              10906 or equivalent.                                    Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                                                                              PEB       481




11605 Intermediate Karate (1)                           12425 Nautilus Exercises (1)                            13015 Field Hockey—Varsity (1)
Prerequisite: PEB 11604 or three months’ experience.    Fundamental skills and knowledge involved in the        Controlled registration.
                                                        use of the Nautilus for fitness development. Prereq-
                                                        uisite: None.
11606 Advanced Karate (1)                                                                                       13016 Cycling (1)
Perfection of basic Karate techniques. Introduction                                                             Prerequisite: None.
of the use of the Jo (wooden staff). Prerequisite:      12501 Fishing (1)
PEB 11605 or one year experience.                       Laws, conservation and safety. Techniques of bait
                                                        casting, spinning and fly rod use. Selection and care   13017 Volleyball—Varsity (1)
                                                        of equipment. Prerequisite: None.                       Controlled registration.
11634 Self-Defense (1)
Prerequisite: None.
                                                        12604 Intermediate Fencing (1)                          13018 Ice Dancing (1)
                                                        Prerequisite: PEB 10404 or equivalent.                  Prerequisite: None.
11724 Handball (1)
Prerequisite: None.
                                                        13001 Tournament Golf (1)                               13019 Basic Roller Skating (1)
                                                        Prerequisite: PEB 10704 or equivalent.                  Instruction in basics of skating with an introduction
11824 Wrestling (1)                                                                                             to dance skating. Prerequisite: None. Special fee:
Prerequisite: None.                                                                                             $30/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                        13003 Dance Exercise (1)
                                                        An aerobic program concerned with cardiovascular
11825 Wrestling—Varsity (1)                             efficiency, flexibility and strength gain which is      13020 Basic Dance Roller Skating (1)
Controlled registration.                                achieved through dance movement. Prerequisite:          Instruction in beginning/intermediate techniques in
                                                        None.                                                   dance skating. Prerequisite: PEB 13019 or audition.
                                                                                                                Special fee: $30/cr. hr.—subject to change.
11904 Beginning Ice Skating (1)




                                                                                                                                                                         Course Descriptions
Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $25/cr. hr.—subject    13006 Cross-Country Skiing (1)
to change.                                              Basic through intermediate nordic skiing technique,     13021 Wilderness Route Finding (1)
                                                        waxing, equipment and clothing selection, condi-        Map and compass skills are learned to aid in wilder-
                                                        tioning, winter safety considerations and trip plan-    ness survival. Easy to difficult courses are set in
12004 Basic Figure Skating (1)                          ning. Prerequisite: Student must supply equipment.      local parks and forest preserves. Prerequisite: None.
Prerequisite: PEB 11904. Special fee: $25/cr. hr.—
subject to change.
                                                        13008 Intermediate Volleyball (1)                       13022 Camping (2)
                                                        A continuation of the basic techniques of volleyball,   Basic camping skills including: toolcraft, ropecraft,
12104 Intermediate Figure Skating (1)                   with an emphasis on refinement of skill performance     fire building, cooking, campsite management,
A continuation of basic figure skating techniques,      and an introduction to intermediate volleyball tech-    equipment selection, safety considerations, environ-
with an emphasis on refinement of skill perfor-         niques and strategies that lead to higher levels of     mental ethics, and map and compass for use on
mance and an introduction to intermediate figure        performance. Prerequisite: PEB 10505 or equivalent.     weekend trip. Prerequisite: Student must supply
skating techniques that lead to high levels of skill.                                                           own clothing and shelter.
Prerequisite: PEB 11904 or equivalent. Special fee:
$25/cr. hr.—subject to change.                          13009 Water Polo (1)
                                                        Introduce the skills, conditioning, rules, strategies   13023 Rock Climbing (1)
                                                        and team play of water polo. Prerequisite: Ability to   Combination of lecture, activity classes and weekend
12324 Weight Training (1)                               swim 500 yards and tread water for five minutes.        field trip. Basic instruction in safe rope handling,
Prerequisite: None.                                                                                             knots, conditioning, climbing technique, belaying,
                                                                                                                anchor systems and rappelling. Prerequisite: None.
                                                        13010 Judo-Akido (1)
12325 Women’s Weight Training (1)                       Prerequisite: None.
A basic course in the use of equipment in an average                                                            13024 Beginning Kayaking (2)
weight room and its application toward the develop-                                                             Basic paddling skills learned in a pool environment
ment of strength and power. Prerequisite: None.         13012 Backpacking (2)                                   and then experienced in open lakes and whitewater
                                                        Trip planning and leadership, equipment and cloth-      situations. Kayak rental fee assessed. Prerequisite:
                                                        ing selection, safety considerations, search and res-   Swim 100 yards and tread water five minutes fully
12326 Advanced Weight Training (1)                      cue, environmental ethics, map and compass,             clothed. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
Advanced weight training. Prerequisites: PEB 12324      weekend backpacking trip. Prerequisite: Student
and 10095.                                              must supply equipment.
                                                                                                                13025 Basic Sailing (1)
                                                                                                                Introduction to skills and procedures needed to
12424 Exercise and Weight Control (1)                   13013 Canoeing (2)                                      enjoy the sport of sailing. Boat design and construc-
Instruction in and practice of exercise based upon      Basic paddling skills learned in a pool environment     tion, rigging, safety and a hands-on application
proper food selection for the purpose of weight con-    and then experienced in open lakes and white water      stressed. Prerequisite: Swim 100 yards and tread
trol. Prerequisite: None.                               situations. Canoe rental fee assessed. Prerequisite:    water five minutes fully clothed.
                                                        Swim 100 yards and tread water five minutes fully
                                                        clothed. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
482                    PEB         PEP




                       13027 Winter Backpacking (2)                            15018      Development of Swimming and Aquatic              25036 Principles of Athletic Training (3)
                       Adaptation of backpacking skills including trip plan-              Skills (1)                                       Principles of the profession, including injury pre-
                       ning, leadership, equipment, clothing, travel meth-     Development and analysis of basic aquatic skills,           vention, basic sports trauma, injury management,
                       ods, orienteering, safety considerations, search and    swimming strokes, starts and turns, diving skills,          and specific sports conditions. Practical competen-
                       rescue, and survival skills in the winter environ-      physical fitness principles, aquatic safety and basic       cy in emergency care and first aid; athletic taping,
                       ment. Prerequisite: Student must supply equipment.      rescue techniques. Prerequisite: None.                      wrapping and bracing; and equipment fitting. Pre-
                                                                                                                                           requisite: None.

                       13093     Variable Title Workshop in Exercise,          15092 Practicum in Athletic Training I (2)
                                 Leisure and Sport (1-2)                       The study and clinical application of the Competen-         25037 Physical Assessment Techniques (4)
                       Workshop in exercise, leisure and sport activities;     cies in Athletic Training Educational domains. Spe-         Anatomical and clinical assessment techniques for
                       topics vary; S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.           cific emphasis on the introductory cognitive,               injuries and illnesses common to the physically
                                                                               psychomotor and affective components. Clinical              active. Emphasis on orthopedic assessment strate-
                                                                               hours and completion of specific competencies are           gies of the upper and lower quarters and spine for
                       PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL                         required. IP permissible. Prerequisite: Permission.         proper referral and care. Prerequisite: PEP 25036
                       (PEP)                                                                                                               and PEP 25051.
                       15010     Introduction to Physical Education,
                                 Fitness and Sport (2)                         25001 Officiating Sport Activities (1-2)
                       An introduction to the history, philosophy, structure   Individual prescriptions for certification in officiating   25051 Human Anatomy (3)
                       and changing nature of sport, fitness and the peda-     the following sports: basketball, baseball, field hock-     Structural analysis of the major organ systems of
                       gogical aspects of physical education. Overview of      ey, football, gymnastics, etc. Prerequisite: None.          humans. Emphasis is placed on osteology, arthrolo-
                       the profession and career opportunities. Prerequi-                                                                  gy, myology, nervous system and cardiopulmonary
                       site: None.                                                                                                         systems. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                               25020 Physical Education in Special Education (2)
                                                                               Perceptual motor activities, basic movement, funda-
                       15011       Introduction to Clinical Athletic           mental skills, games and rhythms. Selection of              25055 Advanced Gymnastics (1)
                                   Training (2)                                activities for exceptional children based on total          Theoretical and practical approach to participating
 Course Descriptions




                       Basic concepts and skills related to the professional   growth patterns. Prerequisites: Major in EMR, TMR,          in gymnastics based on the individual’s previous
                       domains of the athletic training profession. ARC        learning disabilities, behavior disorders or hearing        experience and skill level. Prerequisite: Adequate
                       certification in first aid and CPR and overview of      impaired programs.                                          previous experience.
                       career opportunities are included. Prerequisite:
                       Enrollment in preprofessional phase of athletic
                       training program.                                       25025 Teaching in Physical Education (3)                    25059 Sport in Society (3)
                                                                               A seminar focused on the inquiry of teaching and            Analysis of how sport relates to the social relations
                                                                               learning of movement activities. A study of the role        and cultural values of United States society.The
                       15013 Development and Analysis of Dance (2)             of the teacher, teacher behaviors, learning environ-        course is framed by a critical evaluative perspective,
                       Development and analysis of dance skills through        ments in movement activities and technology appli-          examining how social class, ethnicity, race and gen-
                       experience in folk, social, modern and aerobic          cations in physical education. Prerequisite: EDPF           der relations contour sport practices. Prerequisite:
                       dance. Prerequisite: PEP 15017.                         29525 or corequisite; all of the PEP 15010 to 15017.        None. This course may be used to satisfy the uni-
                                                                                                                                           versity Diversity Requirements.

                       15014     Development and Analysis of Gymnastic         25026      Overview of Outdoor Pursuits and
                                 Skills (1)                                               Adventure Education (3)                          25068      Measurement and Evaluation in Fitness
                       Development and analysis of gymnastic skills            An overview of outdoor pursuits and adventure edu-                     and Sport (3)
                       through experiences in conventional gymnastics          cation. This course includes a required three-day (48-      Measurement and statistics applied to physical edu-
                       events. Prerequisite: PEP 15017.                        hour) weekend at an outdoor adventure education             cation and exercise/sport sciences; laboratory expe-
                                                                               center. Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $30/cr. hr.—       riences in statistics, test construction and
                                                                               subject to change. Prerequisite: None.                      administration, and evaluation. Prerequisite: None.
                       15015     Development and Analysis of Game
                                 Performance I (2)
                       Development and analysis of game performance skills     25033 Lifespan Motor Development (3)                        25080     Advanced Folk, Social and Square
                       used in net/wall games. Prerequisite: PEP 15017.        Introduction to motor development across the life                     Dance (1)
                                                                               span. Special emphasis on description of motor              Advanced national dances, advanced American
                                                                               development changes and factors influencing                 square dances, advanced variation of current ball-
                       15016      Development and Analysis of Game             change. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.                           room dances; teaching skills. Organization of dance
                                  Performance II (3)                                                                                       as recreational activity. Prerequisites: PEB 10103
                       Development and analysis of game performance                                                                        and 10405, or equivalent.
                       skills used in target games, field/run/score games,     25034 Early Childhood Motor Development (3)
                       and invasion games. Prerequisite: PEP 15017.            Motor development during the early childhood
                                                                               years, with emphasis on factors influencing change.         25092 Practicum in Athletic Training II (2)
                                                                               Prerequisite: PSYC 11762 and concurrent with                The study and clinical application of the Competen-
                       15017 Fundamental Motor Skills (1)                      ECED 20163 or permission.                                   cies in Athletic Training Educational domains. Spe-
                       Motor skill development and analysis through prac-                                                                  cific emphasis on the intermediate cognitive,
                       tice in fundamental motor movements. Prerequisite:                                                                  psychomotor and affective components. Clinical
                       None.                                                                                                               hours and completion of specific competencies are
                                                                                                                                           required. IP permissible. Prerequisite: PEP 15092.
                                                                                                                                           Pre- or corequisite; PEP 25036 or permission.
                                                                                                                                                                PEP       483




35010      Psychological Dimensions of Motor             35045 Coaching Wrestling (2)                             35065       History and Philosophy of Sport and
           Behavior (3)                                  Fundamental skill development, skill analysis, diet                  Physical Activity (3)
Psychological factors in exercise, physical activity     and weight control, team selection methods, and          Historical and philosophical foundations of sport
and sport, emphasizing motor control, learning and       administrative responsibilities. Prerequisite: Not       and physical education: a study of factors influenc-
performance. Laboratory included. Prerequisites:         open to freshmen.                                        ing pedagogical, curricular and evaluation decisions
Junior standing and PEP 25068. This course may be                                                                 in sport and physical education programs today.
used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-                                                              Prerequisite: PEP 15010. This course may be used
tion requirement with approval of major department.      35046 Coaching Swimming and Diving (2)                   to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation
                                                         Stroke analysis, coaching techniques, training and       requirement with approval of major department.
                                                         conditioning, organization of practice, conducting
35022     Content and Methods for Elementary             meets. Diving analysis and coaching. Prerequisite:
          Physical Education (3)                         Not open to freshmen.                                    35075 Exercise Programming (3)
Content and methods for elementary physical edu-                                                                  Problems and issues in developing exercise pro-
cation. Prerequisites: C&I 20000; EDPF 28911,                                                                     grams in institutional and commercial settings. Pre-
29515 and 29592.                                         35047 Coaching Tennis and Golf (2)                       requisites: PEB 10035 and BSCI 20020.
                                                         Coaching tennis and golf, including skill analysis
                                                         and organization of tournaments and matches. Pre-
35037      Advanced Physical Assessment                  requisite: Not open to freshmen.                         35079 Sports Physiology (3)
           Techniques (3)                                                                                         Application of physiological principles of human per-
Anatomical, medical and clinical assessment tech-                                                                 formance to sports/exercise. Focus on examples for
niques for injuries and illnesses common to the          35048 Coaching Baseball and Softball (2)                 teaching and coaching. Prerequisite: BSCI 20020.
physically active. Emphasis on neurological and          Coaching techniques in softball and baseball,
nonorthopedic assessment strategies for proper           including analysis of basic skills, position play, and
referral and care. Prerequisite: PEP 25037.              offensive and defensive strategies. Prerequisite: Not    35092 Practicum in Athletic Training III (2)
                                                         open to freshmen.                                        The study and clinical application of the competen-
                                                                                                                  cies in Athletic Training Educational domains. Spe-
35039 Therapeutic Modalities (3)                                                                                  cific emphasis on the intermediate and advanced




                                                                                                                                                                           Course Descriptions
The study and practical application of physical          35049 Coaching Track and Field (2)                       cognitive, psychomotor and affective components.
modalities including physical principles, physiologic    Coaching techniques relative to track and field          Clinical hours and completion of specific competen-
effects, indications/contraindications and standard      events. Principles of organization for track and field   cies are required. IP permissible. Prerequisite: PEP
application procedures. Safety and legal issues of       meets. Prerequisite: Not open to freshmen.               25092 and permission.
modality usage also addressed. Prerequisite: PEP
25036.
                                                         35051     Elementary School Physical Education           40612     Practicum in Research Fitness Programs
                                                                   Methods (3)                                              for the Elderly (3)
35040 Coaching Football (2)                              Approaches to teaching in elementary school physi-       A practicum experience in which students will pre-
Techniques of coaching football, including film          cal education. Focusing on sequential curriculum         scribe, supervise and evaluate older adults during
analysis and offensive and defensive skills and sys-     development and on learning outcomes in three            exercise. Laboratory experiences are required in the
tems. Prerequisite: Not open to freshmen.                domains. Prerequisites: PEP 25033, 25025, 15013-         physiology and cognitive areas. S/U grading; IP per-
                                                         15017 and admitted to professional education.            missible. Prerequisite: None.

35041 Coaching Soccer (2)
Coaching soccer, including analysis of skills, strate-   35052 Educational Dance/Gymnastics (3)                   43093     Variable Title Workshop in Exercise,
gy and administrative responsibilities. Prerequisite:    Analysis of the sequential development of dance                    Leisure and Sport (1-3)
Not open to freshmen.                                    and gymnastic skills from foundational movement          Workshop in exercise, leisure and sport studies;
                                                         patterns to conventional skills. Laboratory experi-      topics vary; S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.
                                                         ences in teaching children. Prerequisite: PEP 35051.
35042 Coaching Volleyball (2)
Coaching volleyball, including analysis of skills,                                                                45015 Psychology of Coaching (3)
offensive and defensive strategy, and administrative     35053     Elementary School Physical Education           Psychological factors affecting athletic perfor-
responsibilities. Prerequisite: Not open to freshmen.              Content (3)                                    mance, with particular attention to practice factors,
                                                         Physical education content for the elementary            personality, motivation and problem athletes. Pre-
                                                         school child with emphasis on developmentally            requisite: Junior standing.
35043 Coaching Gymnastics (2)                            appropriate learning in three domains. Prerequi-
Philosophy, fundamentals, skill analysis, spotting,      sites: PEP 25033, 25025, 15013-15017, admitted to
conditioning, administrative and organizational          professional education.                                  45017       Professional Development in Athletic
responsibilities. Prerequisite: Not open to freshmen.                                                                         Training (3)
                                                                                                                  An investigation of the issues affecting the student
                                                         35054 Biomechanics (3)                                   athletic trainer as they prepare for an entry-level
35044 Coaching Basketball (2)                            Anatomical and mechanical bases of human move-           career in athletic training. Professional development
Philosophy, fundamentals, strategy, administrative       ment. Emphasis is placed on tools and techniques         issues and NATABOC exam preparation are includ-
responsibilities and conditioning. Prerequisite: Not     for motion analysis, mechanical concepts, forces         ed. Prerequisite: Senior standing; athletic training
open to freshmen.                                        and performance analysis. Lecture and laboratory.        majors only.
                                                         Prerequisite: PEP 25051.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
484                    PEP




                       45020 Contemporary Athletic Coaching (3)                  45058     Secondary School Physical Education           45292 Internship in Athletic Training (4)
                       A focus on the philosophy, skills, strategies and tac-              Methods (3)                                   (Repeatable once for a total of 8 hours) Internship
                       tics of coaching within contemporary society. Pre-        Approaches to teaching in secondary school physi-       in approved athletic training setting under the direct
                       requisite: None.                                          cal education. Focus on sequential curriculum           supervision of a certified athletic trainer. Sixty clock
                                                                                 development and on learning outcomes in three           hours required for each credit hour. IP permissible.
                                                                                 domains. Prerequisites: PEP 25033, 25025, 15013-        Prerequisite: PEP 15092, 25092, 35092, 45192 and
                       45021       Organization and Administration of            1501 and admitted to professional education.            permission.
                                   Athletics (3)
                       An understanding of theories necessary to run an
                       efficient athletic department at all levels, including:   45059       Secondary School Physical Education         45392      Internship in Mainstreamed Physical
                       budgeting, leadership and administrative theory,                      Content (3)                                            Activity (1-12)
                       organizational structure, personnel, legal issues and     Introduction and development of content, manage-        Supervised experience with School of Exercise,
                       facilities. Prerequisite: None.                           ment and organizational skills related to sports and    Leisure and Sport Motor Development Center par-
                                                                                 activities utilized in secondary school physical edu-   ticipants of all ages and abilities in a mainstreamed
                                                                                 cation. Prerequisites: PEP 25033, 25025, 15013-         situation; assessment, program planning, instruc-
                       45022 Event Planning and Production (3)                   15017 and admitted to professional education.           tion, report preparation. S/U grading; IP permissi-
                       Students will learn the proper planning process that                                                              ble. Prerequisite: None.
                       all sport events undergo. Students will then apply
                       these concepts in actual events that they develop         45065 Exercise Testing (3)
                       and hold. Prerequisite: Senior standing.                  Lecture and laboratory experiences dealing with the     45490 Internship Seminar (1)
                                                                                 administration and interpretation of exercise tests.    (Repeatable for a total of 3 hours) Discussion of
                                                                                 Prerequisites: PEP 35075 and 45080.                     procedures and expectations for internships in exer-
                       45023 Sport Marketing (3)                                                                                         cise programming. S/U grading. Prerequisite: PEP
                       Analysis of marketing from a sport manager’s per-                                                                 35075 and an exercise sciences concentration.
                       spective. Emphasis on marketing strategy and tac-         45080 Physiology of Exercise (3)
                       tics in sport delivery systems. Extensive use of case     Response of the human to acute and chronic exer-
                       studies. Prerequisite: Senior standing.                   cise with emphasis on the underlying physiological      45492     Internship in Physical Fitness/Cardiac
 Course Descriptions




                                                                                 mechanisms. Prerequisite: BSCI 30030.                             Rehabilitation (2-8)
                                                                                                                                         (Repeatable for a total of 8 hours) Supervised expe-
                       45032     Evaluation of Motor Development and                                                                     rience providing practical experience in administra-
                                 Performance (2)                                 45091 Senior Seminar (1)                                tion and operation of programs in physical fitness,
                       Evaluation techniques in the assessment of percep-        Investigation and study of current problems, topics     health enhancement and/or cardiac rehabilitation.
                       tual-motor deficits and remedial programming              and/or issues in physical education, exercise or        S/U grading; IP permissible. Sixty clock hours per
                       implications. Prerequisite: PEP 25033.                    sport. S/U grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite:       credit hour. Prerequisite: PEP 45490, senior stand-
                                                                                 Senior standing.                                        ing and permission.

                       45037 Adapted Physical Education (3)
                       An academic and practical approach to physical edu-       45092 Internship in Physical Education (2-8)            45592     Internship and Organization of Elementary
                       cation for specific disorders. Field-based experience     (Repeatable for a total of 8 hours) Supervised full-              School Physical Education (4)
                       (10 hours). Prerequisites: PEP 25051 and 35054.           time experience providing knowledge of overall          Supervised laboratory experiences. Integration of
                                                                                 operations for an agency or sports program in an        organization, administration and teaching of ele-
                                                                                 approved setting. Fifty work hours per credit hour.     mentary school physical education. IP grade per-
                       45038      Organization and Administration of             S/U grading; IP permissible. Prerequisites: Senior      missible. Prerequisites: Junior standing.
                                  Athletic Training (3)                          standing and permission.
                       Investigation into current philosophies and legal
                       aspects of athletic training. Organization and admin-                                                             45692 Internship in Athletic Coaching (2-4)
                       istration of all aspects of athletic training programs.   45096      Individual Investigation in Physical         Supervised experience in organized sport focused
                       Prerequisite: PEP 25036.                                             Education (1-3)                              upon the duties of a coach; can be at one or more
                                                                                 (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) IP grade permis-    levels (youth, school, college, professional) and
                                                                                 sible. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission.     sports. S/U grading; IP permissible. Repeatable.
                       45039 Therapeutic Rehabilitation (4)                                                                              Sixty contact hours per credit. Prerequisite: PEP
                       The study and clinical application of rehabilitation                                                              45020 and permission.
                       techniques including strategies for proper exercise       45192 Practicum in Athletic Training IV (2)
                       selection based on anatomical and physiological           The study and application of the competencies in
                       considerations, program administration and guide-         athletic training domains. Specific emphasis on the     46095 Special Topics in Physical Education (1-3)
                       lines for program progression. Prerequisite: PEP          advanced and professional development competen-         Selected topics in physical education dependent
                       25036 and PEP 25051.                                      cies (cognitive, affective and psychomotor) in ath-     upon interest. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                 letic training. Clinical hours and completion of
                                                                                 specific competencies are required. Prerequisite:
                       45040      Pathology and Pharmacology for Allied          PEP 35092.                                              49525       Inquiry into Professional Practice in
                                  Health Care Providers (2)                                                                                          Physical Education (3)
                       Investigation of specific pathological conditions pre-                                                            Seminar focused on development of those skills and
                       sented by professionals including physicians and                                                                  knowledge which enable future teachers to engage in
                       pharmacists. Will discuss common pathologies,                                                                     effective reflective, collaborative and ethical profes-
                       associated pharmacological treatment and physio-                                                                  sional practice. Prerequisite: Corequisite: PEP 49526.
                       logic effects for various afflictions. Prerequisite:
                       Senior standing and permission.
                                                                                                                                                    PEP         PHY        485




49526     Student Teaching in Physical                   10003 Clinical Conditions I (2)                         20006 Physical Rehabilitation Procedures (4)
          Education (12)                                 Introduction to medical conditions commonly             Principles and techniques of therapeutic exercise and
This experience provides for a full semester of stu-     encountered in the practice of physical therapy         rehabilitation in physical therapy. Prerequisite: PTAT
dent teaching in a school setting that is corequisite    which affect the integumentary, digestive and           20005. Special fee: $6.25/cr. hr.—subject to change.
with PEP 49525, Inquiry into Professional Practice       endocrine systems. Will include general medical
in Physical Education. S/U grading; IP permissible.      testing procedures and psychological disorders.
Prerequisite: Eligibility for admission to student       Prerequisite: PTAT 10001; corequisites: PTAT            20007     Directed Practice in Physical
teaching, corequisite PEP 49526.                         10002, 10004 and 10005.                                           Therapy III (6)
                                                                                                                 Continued discussion and practice of physical thera-
                                                                                                                 py procedures and techniques in an institutional
PHYSICAL SCIENCE (PSCI)                                  10004 Physical Therapy Procedures I (4)                 setting under the supervision of licensed physical
        NOTE: Because Physical Science                   Theory and techniques of treatment procedures           therapy personnel. Prerequisite: PTAT 20005.
        11660, 11661 represent a partial over-           with emphasis on modalities. Maintenance of equip-
        lapping of the material in beginning             ment and supplies. Prerequisite: PTAT 10001;
        courses in chemistry and physics, no             corequisites: PTAT 10002, 10003 and 10005. Spe-         20008 Clinical Conditions III (2)
        student should take both physical sci-           cial fee: $5/cr. hr.—subject to change.                 Continued study of medical conditions commonly
        ence and either general chemistry or                                                                     encountered in the practice of physical therapy.
        general physics. Ordinarily, credit will                                                                 Focus on geriatric disorders, pharmacology, neuro-
        not be allowed for such duplication.             10005 Directed Practice in Physical Therapy I (2)       logical disorders, fetal development/normal devel-
        Any student affected by this principle           Introduction to the practice of physical therapy pro-   opment, genetic and pediatric disorders.
        should consult promptly with the                 cedures in the clinical setting under the supervision   Prerequisite: PTAT 10003, 20003.
        chairperson of the Department of                 of a licensed physical therapist. IP grade permissi-
        Chemistry or Physics.                            ble. Prerequisite: PTAT 10001; corequisites: PTAT
                                                         10002, 10003, 10004.                                    PHYSICS (PHY)
                                                                                                                         Physics 23001-3, which uses the cal-
11660 Physical Science (3)                                                                                               culus, should be taken by majors in
A course integrating basic concepts in chemistry,        10009 Medical Terminology (1)                                   physics, mathematics, chemistry B.S.,




                                                                                                                                                                            Course Descriptions
physics and astronomy. Prerequisite: None. This          Terminology utilized by the medical profession.                 industrial technology science option,
course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                  Emphasis is on definition, spelling, pronunciation              aerospace science option and pre-
                                                         and correct usage of terms. Prerequisite: None.                 engineering.

11661 Physical Science (3)
A course illustrating fundamental topics in chemistry,   20001     Therapeutic Communications in Physical                Physics 13001-2 does not require the
earth science and astronomy. Prerequisite: PSCI                    Therapy (1)                                           use of calculus.
11660. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.      Focus on understanding human behavior. Emotional
                                                         needs of individuals. Therapeutic use of self. Devel-
                                                         opment of communication skills and interpersonal                Credit will not be granted for both the
PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTING                               relationships. Prerequisite: None.                              Physics 13001-2 and the 23001-3
TECHNOLOGY (PTAT)*                                                                                                       series nor for both Physics 13001-2
10000     Introduction to Physical Therapist                                                                             and Physical Science 11660-1.
          Assisting (2)                                  20003 Clinical Conditions II (2)
Orientation to the field of physical therapy history.    Continued study of medical conditions commonly
Functions and responsibilities. Legal and ethical        encountered in the practice of physical therapy.        11030 Seven Ideas that Shook the Universe (3)
accountability. Patient rights. Safety. Health care      Focus on orthopedic and cardiopulmonary patholo-        Description of major revolutionary physical con-
delivery system. Prerequisite: None.                     gies. Prerequisite: PTAT 10003; corequisites: PTAT      cepts and their implications for understanding the
                                                         20004 and 20005.                                        physical universe. Not counted toward physics
                                                                                                                 major. Prerequisite: None. This course may be used
10001      Principles of Patient Care in Physical                                                                to satisfy the LERs.
           Therapy (4)                                   20004 Physical Therapy Procedures II (4)
Underlying principles of physical therapy proce-         Continuation of theory and techniques of treatment
dures. Equipment. Fundamentals of patient care rel-      procedures. Emphasis on correlating equipment           12111 Physics for Health Technologies (3)*
ative to the role of the physical therapist assistant.   with treatment procedures and correlating applica-      Basic physics applied to health technologies: mea-
Prerequisite: Admission to the program. Special fee:     tion with dysfunction. Prerequisite: PTAT 10004;        surement techniques, force and motion of solids and
$6.25/cr. hr.—subject to change.                         corequisites: PTAT 20003, 20005. Special fee:           fluids, energy, heat, wave phenomena, electricity. Pre-
                                                         $6.25/cr. hr.—subject to change.                        requisite: Admission to health technology program.

10002 Analysis of Movement (4)
Function of the human body with emphasis on the          20005     Directed Practice in Physical                 12201 Technical Physics I (3)*
musculoskeletal system. Gross body measure-                        Therapy II (5)                                Introduction to principles of physics: mechanics.
ments. Prerequisite: BSCI 11001; corequisites:           Discussion and practice of physical therapy proce-      Two hours recitation, 2 hours lab weekly. Pre- or
PTAT 10003, 10004, 10005.                                dures and techniques in an institutional setting        corequisite: MATH 19001 or 12001.
                                                         under the supervision of licensed physical therapy
                                                         personnel. Prerequisite: PTAT 10005; corequisites:
                                                         PTAT 20003 and 20004.                                   12202 Technical Physics II (4)*
                                                                                                                 Introduction to principles of physics: fluids, ther-
                                                                                                                 modynamics, electricity and magnetism. Two hours
                                                                                                                 recitation, 2 hours lab weekly. Prerequisite: PHY
                                                                                                                 12201.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
486                    PHY




                       12411 Introduction to Computer Hardware (3)                  21430 Frontiers in Astronomy (3)                          30020 Intermediate Physics Lab (2)
                       Laboratory-lecture course designed to introduce the          Modern description of astrophysical observations,         (Repeated registration permitted) Experiments in
                       computer scientist to the digital logic and memory           the results of these observations and the physical        classical and modern physics are selected to accom-
                       circuits and the concepts fundamental to computer            principles based on them. Not counted toward              pany and to supplement junior-level physics courses.
                       hardware. Two hours lecture, 2 hours lab weekly.             requirements for major in physics. Prerequisite:          Prerequisite: One year of physics. This course may
                       Prerequisite: None.                                          None. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.        be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradu-
                                                                                                                                              ation requirement with approval of major department.

                       13001 General College Physics I (5)                          22811 Forensic Physics (4)
                       Principles of mechanics, heat and sound. Three               Fundamental physical concepts are related to vari-        30095 Special Topics (1-3)
                       hours lecture, 1 hour recitation, 2 hours lab (see           ous forensic activities including evidence analysis,      Topic announced when scheduled. Prerequisite:
                       PHY 13021) weekly. This course may be used to                ballistics, auto collision analysis and radioactive       Permission.
                       satisfy the LERs. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 12001            materials accidents. Three hours lecture, 2 hours
                       or permission.                                               lab weekly. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                                                              32511 Electronics (4)
                                                                                                                                              “Hands-on” course to give the student a working
                       13002 General College Physics II (5)                         23001 University Physics Frontiers I (2)                  knowledge of analog electronics and of AC and DC
                       Principles of electricity and magnetism, optics and          Overview of the universal principles of physics, as       circuits typically used by the scientist. Prerequisites:
                       modern physics. Three hours lecture, 1 hour recita-          revealed at length scales ranging from that of the        MATH 12002 and PHY 13002, 23102 or 23003.
                       tion, 2 hours lab (see PHY 13022) weekly. Prerequi-          subatomic particle to the biological cell to the cos-
                       site: PHY 13001, 23101 or 23002. This course may             mos. Prerequisite: MATH 12001 or corequisite
                       be used to satisfy the LERs.                                 MATH 12001 with departmental permission.                  32551 Applied Engineering Mechanics (3)
                                                                                                                                              Analytical mechanics including both statics and
                                                                                                                                              dynamics. Not counted toward major in physics.
                       13011 College Physics I (3)                                  23002 University Physics Frontiers II (4)                 Prerequisites: PHY 13001, 13002; MATH 12002.
                       Principles of classical physics, primarily mechanics.        Principles of mechanics and heat at calculus level.
                       Three hours lecture, 1 hour recitation, 2 hours lab          Three hours lecture-recitation and 3 hours lab week-
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                       (see PHY 13021) weekly. This course meets concur-            ly. Prerequisite: PHY 23001; MATH 12002 or coreq-         32562 Aerodynamics (3)
                       rently with PHY 13001 for the first 3/5 of a regular         uisite MATH 12002 with department permission.             Multispeed aerodynamics including topics in fluid
                       term. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 12001 or permis-                                                                       mechanics, airfoil and wing theory, stability and
                       sion. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                                                                     control, performance, and aerodynamic loads. Pre-
                                                                                    23003 University Physics Frontiers III (4)                requisites: MATH 12001 and PHY 13002, 23102 or
                                                                                    Principles of electricity, magnetism, and light at cal-   23003.
                       13012 College Physics II (3)                                 culus level. Three hours lecture-recitation and 3
                       Principles of classical physics, primarily electricity and   hours lab weekly. Prerequisite: PHY 23002, 23101,
                       magnetism. Three hours lecture, 1 hour recitation, 2         or 13001; MATH 12003 or corequisite MATH 12003            32564 Materials Physics (3)
                       hours lab (see PHY 13022) weekly. This course meets          with department permission.                               Structure, thermal and magnetic properties of mat-
                       concurrently with PHY 13002 for the first 3/5 of a reg-                                                                ter, and interaction of radiation with matter in terms
                       ular term. Prerequisite: PHY 13011, 13001, 23101 or                                                                    of fundamental concepts of atomic and condensed
                       23002. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.          23101 General University Physics I (5)                    matter physics. Prerequisite: PHY 36001.
                                                                                    Principles of mechanics, heat and sound at calculus
                                                                                    level. Four hours lecture-recitation and 3 hours lab
                       13021 General College Physics Lab I (0)                      weekly. Prerequisite: MATH 12002 or corequisite           35101 Mechanics I (3)
                       Required laboratory component of PHY 13001 and               MATH 12002 with department approval.                      Intermediate course in mechanics stressing prob-
                       PHY 13011. Credit and grade for lab are subsumed                                                                       lems involving point masses in inertial reference
                       within credit and grade for PHY 13001 or 13011 on                                                                      frames. Problem-solving techniques are empha-
                       student’s transcript. Corequisite: PHY 13001 or              23102 General University Physics II (5)                   sized. Prerequisites: MATH 22005 and one year of
                       13011.                                                       Principles of electricity, magnetism, light and mod-      physics.
                                                                                    ern physics at calculus level. Four hours lecture-
                                                                                    recitation and 3 hours lab weekly. Prerequisites:
                       13022 General College Physics Lab II (0)                     PHY 13001 or 23101; MATH 12003 or corequisite             35102 Mechanics II (3)
                       Required laboratory component of PHY 13002 and               MATH 12003 with department approval.                      Sequel to PHY 35101 stressing motions of multi-
                       13012. Credit and grade for lab are subsumed with-                                                                     particle systems and rigid bodies in inertial and
                       in credit and grade for PHY 13002 or 13012 on stu-                                                                     accelerating reference frames. Prerequisites: PHY
                       dent’s transcript. Corequisite: PHY 13002 or 13012.          24001 Astronomy (3)                                       35101, MATH 22005.
                                                                                    Astronomical measurements and their instruments,
                                                                                    the solar system of planets, the sun and stars, spec-
                       20095 Special Topics (1-3)                                   tra, radiation, evolution of stars, galaxies, concepts    35402 Scientific Computing (2)
                       Topic announced when scheduled. Prerequisite:                of cosmology. Not counted toward physics major.           Solution of scientific problems with a PC using
                       None.                                                        Prerequisite: MATH 12001 or permission. This              QBASIC or C language. Includes applications to
                                                                                    course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                   integral and differential equations of physical sci-
                                                                                                                                              ences. IP grade permissible. Prerequisites: MATH
                       21040 Physics in Entertainment and the Arts (3)                                                                        22005, one year of physics, proficiency in computer
                       Descriptive introduction to physics underlying                                                                         language such as BASIC, FORTRAN or PASCAL.
                       selected forms of art and entertainment. Examples
                       are drawn from music, visual arts and communica-
                       tions media. Not counted toward requirements for
                       major in physics. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                                                                    PHY          PLCT         487




35501 Waves (3)                                            40195 Special Topics (1-3)                              45403      Computer Analysis of Experimental
Properties and applications of vibrating systems           Topic announced when scheduled. Prerequisite:                      Measurements (2)
and waves; superposition, normal modes, Fourier            Permission.                                             Applications of the minicomputer to the reduction
analysis, energy and momentum, dispersion, polar-                                                                  and analysis of data. Error analysis, root-finding,
ization, refraction, interference, diffraction, hologra-                                                           curve-fitting, smoothing of data. Prerequisites:
phy. Prerequisites: MATH 12003 and PHY 35101.              42020 Applied Physics Laboratory (2)                    MATH 22005 and PHY 35402 or equivalent.
                                                           (Repeated registration permitted) Experiments using
                                                           various research techniques at advanced level. Pre-
35611 Microprocessor-Based Design I (3)                    requisite: Two years of physics. This course may be     45501 Fundamentals of Modern Optics (3)
Microprocessors as the basis for intelligent con-          used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-    Emission and propagation of coherent and incoher-
trollers and instruments. Signal analysis, input/out-      tion requirement with approval of major department.     ent light; nonlinear optical effects; introduction to
put, interrupt handling, and data connectors. IP                                                                   devices and spectroscopic techniques based on
grade permissible. Prerequisites: PHY 12411 and                                                                    modern optics. Prerequisite: PHY 45201.
computer language proficiency (e.g., BASIC, FOR-           42500     Physics of Laboratory Devices and
TRAN, PASCAL).                                                       Techniques (3)
                                                           Physics of semiconducting devices such as diodes,       45612 Microprocessor-Based Design II (3)
                                                           transistors; laboratory techniques using tempera-       Design, construction, programming and interfacing
36001 Introductory Modern Physics (3)                      ture control, vacuum pumps; X-ray, neutron, light,      of microcontrollers based on a 16-bit microproces-
Special theory of relativity, Rutherford-Bohr model        and electron scattering. Prerequisite: PHY 36001.       sor. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: PHY 35611
of atom, quantization of light, matter waves,                                                                      or permission.
Schroedinger equation, hydrogen atom, electron
spin, multi-electron atoms. Prerequisites: MATH            42512 General Electronic Instrumentation (4)
12003 and PHY 23102 or 23003, or permission.               Laboratory-based course in digital and analog elec-     46101 Quantum and Atomic Physics (4)
                                                           tronics, computer interfacing and computer-based        Bohr theory, wave mechanics, wave packets. Appli-
                                                           technique all within context of applications in mea-    cations to barriers, oscillators, hydrogen atom, mul-
40020 Advanced Physics Lab (2)                             surements, signal-to-noise enhancement and control      ti-electron atoms, X-rays, molecular spectra. At level
(Repeated registration permitted) Advanced experi-         instrumentation. Lecture 2 hours, lab 4 hours weekly.   of Eisberg-Resnick’s Quantum Physics. Prerequi-




                                                                                                                                                                               Course Descriptions
ments in classical and modern physics are selected to      Prerequisite: PHY 32511 or permission.                  site: PHY 36001.
accompany and to supplement senior-level physics
courses. Prerequisite: 12 hours of 30000-level
physics courses; pre-/corequisite: 6 hours of 40000-       42513 Computer Systems Design (3)                       46301 Introduction to Nuclear Physics (3)
level physics courses or permission. This course may       Hands-on experience in selecting and using a            Introduction to the concepts of nuclear physics
be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-    microcomputer-based data acquisition and control        including basic properties of the atomic nucleus,
tion requirement with approval of major department.        system in the science laboratory. One hour lecture,     experimental techniques, nuclear models and reac-
                                                           4 hours lab weekly. IP grade permissible. Prerequi-     tions, nuclear fission and fusion, and elementary
                                                           site: Computer language proficiency (e.g., BASIC,       particles. Prerequisites: PHY 36001; MATH 22005
40060 Physical Literature (1-3)                            FORTRAN, PASCAL).                                       or permission.
Study of current or topical literature. Prerequisite:
Permission.
                                                           44802 Astrophysics (3)                                  46401 Introduction to Solid State (3)
                                                           Galactic structure, stellar formation and evolution,    Crystal structure, crystal diffraction and reciprocal
40093 Variable Title Workshop in Physics (1-6)             origin of the elements (or nucleosynthesis), nonop-     lattice, crystal binding, phonons and lattice vibra-
Workshop individually designed to provide instruc-         tical astronomies, and description of various cos-      tions, Fermi gas, energy bands. Prerequisites: 18
tion and training in specific areas of physics. S/U        mological theories. Prerequisites: MATH 12003 and       hours of physics, MATH 22005 or permission.
grading. Prerequisite: Permission.                         a major or minor in the physical sciences or tech-
                                                           nology or consent of instructor.
                                                                                                                   PLASTICS TECHNOLOGY (PLCT)*
40095 Special Topics (1-3)                                                                                         12000 Introduction to Plastics (4)
Topic announced when scheduled. Prerequisite:              45201 Electromagnetic Theory I (3)                      Description of various plastics, outline of polymer
Permission.                                                Properties of electric and magnetic fields developed    chemistry, identification tests, polymerization, mol-
                                                           by vector methods. Emphasis is on static fields in      ecular growth and molecular weight, extrusion,
                                                           both vacuum and matter. Prerequisite: Permission.       injection molding, thermoforming, compression
40096 Individual Investigation (1-6)                                                                               molding and related topics. Prerequisite: None.
Individual projects for physics majors. IP grade per-
missible. Prerequisite: 20 hours of physics, permis-       45202 Electromagnetic Theory II (3)
sion of department chairperson.                            Sequel to PHY 45201 continuing development of           12003 Reinforced Plastics (3)
                                                           theory of classical electromagnetic fields with         Comprehensive review of resin systems and fiber
                                                           emphasis on dynamic fields. Prerequisite: PHY           reinforcement for use in production of FRP prod-
40099 Senior Honors Thesis (1-10)                          45201 or permission.                                    ucts. Fabrication procedures. Comparative proper-
Thesis for departmental, general or university hon-                                                                ties. Prerequisite: PLCT 12000.
ors must be 1-10 hours with continuous registration
throughout the senior year beginning in the summer         45301 Thermodynamics (3)
prior to the senior year. IP grade permissible. Pre-       Fundamental concepts in thermodynamics from a           12004 Properties of Plastic Materials (3)
requisites: Honors senior standing, departmental           macroscopic as well as statistical approach.            Study of the mechanical, electrical, optical and envi-
and Honors Division consultation and approval prior        Includes applications to engineering. Prerequisites:    ronmental characteristics of various plastics. Mak-
to first semester of senior year; formal petition.         MATH 22005 and one year of physics.                     ing and testing of plastic materials: impact testing,
                                                                                                                   chemical testing, heat stability and electrical testing.
                                                                                                                   Prerequisite: PLCT 12000.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
488                    PLCT           POL




                       12005 Radiation Polymer Technology I (3)                   10100 American Politics (3)                                30110 The Congress (3)
                       This course is an introduction to the application of       This course covers the basic elements of politics at       This course deals with the powers of Congress, its
                       radiation processing technologies on plastic materi-       the national level in the United States: structures,       organization, leadership of the two houses, role of
                       als. Systems, equipment and mechanisms are dis-            processes, behaviors, institutions, policies. Special      the parties, relationships with the chief executive
                       cussed. Prerequisite: PLCT 12000 and PLCT 12003.           emphasis is given to conflicting theories of power         and the executive agencies and recent reforms
                                                                                  as they apply to different economic, sexual and            enacted by the House and Senate. Prerequisite: POL
                                                                                  racial groups. Prerequisite: None. This course may         10100 or permission.
                       22000 Assembly and Finishing of Plastics (3)               be used to satisfy the LERs and the university Diver-
                       Bonding, printing, electroplating, vacuum metaliz-         sity Requirement.
                       ing, hot stamping, painting, engraving, welding,                                                                      30120 Presidency and Executive Bureaucracy (3)
                       sanding and machining. Prerequisite: PLCT 12000.                                                                      Intensive study of the American presidency, focus-
                                                                                  10300 Public Policy (3)                                    ing on personality, organization of the office, use
                                                                                  This course provides a survey of basic public policy       and misuse of power and policy making. Prerequi-
                       22001 Plastics Product Design (3)                          concepts and processes within an historical context.       site: POL 10100 or permission.
                       Plastics product design case studies from the plas-        It incorporates applied work to bridge conceptual
                       tics industry, from the initial concept of function        understanding and empirical cases. Prerequisite:
                       through part design, tooling, production and quality       None.                                                      30130 Courts (3)
                       assurance. Prerequisite: PLCT 12000.                                                                                  Intensive study of the judicial process in United
                                                                                                                                             States and the relationship between the judicial sys-
                                                                                  10301 Diversity in American Public Policy (3)              tem and the larger American social system. Prereq-
                       22002 Plastics Tool Design (3)                             This course focuses on the electoral and institution-      uisite: POL 10100 or permission.
                       Design of molds and tools for plastics processing          al aspects of sex, race, age and social class as those
                       emphasizing part design, mold design, production           classifications function as both causes and effects
                       aids for after-finishing, quality control. Prerequisite:   of voting behavior and public law. Prerequisite:           30300 Public Policy Theory (3)
                       PLCT 12000.                                                None. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs          The core issues of public policy process, institution-
                                                                                  and the university Diversity Requirement.                  al contexts and ethical considerations form the
                                                                                                                                             basis of this introductory survey of traditional and
 Course Descriptions




                       22005 Plastics Manufacturing (2)                                                                                      contemporary theories of public policy. Prerequi-
                       Study of plastics processing technologies including        10500 World Politics (3)                                   site: POL 10300 or permission.
                       molding and extrusion processes. Behavior of plas-         A practical, theoretical introduction to a study of
                       tic materials under heat and pressure will be stud-        systematic patterns in international relations.
                       ied. Prerequisite: PLCT 12000.                             Includes analysis of rules, instruments, processes,        30301 Introduction to Public Administration (3)
                                                                                  decision-making factors, conflict resolution. Prereq-      Introduction to the theory and practice of governmen-
                                                                                  uisite: None. This course may be used to satisfy the       tal administration, including structure, organization,
                       22006 Radiation Polymer Technology II (3)                  LERs and the university Diversity Requirement.             direction and control of governmental departments
                       Comprehensive review of structure, synthesis,                                                                         and agencies. Prerequisite: POL 10300 or permission.
                       transformation and radiation processing of poly-
                       meric materials. Prerequisite: PLCT 12005.                 30001 Political Methods (3)
                                                                                  This course is designed to bring students to a basic       30310 Qualitative Policy Analysis (3)
                                                                                  level of “statistical literacy” by introducing the fun-    Introduces students to qualitative data analysis tech-
                       POLITICAL SCIENCE (POL)                                    damentals of research design and interpretation; as        niques used in social science research and policy
                       10001 Introduction to Political Science (3)                well as to basic descriptive and inferential statistics.   analysis. Includes research design, tracking, textual
                       This course introduces the history and structure of        Prerequisite: None.                                        analysis, cluster analysis techniques and cross-case
                       political science, including its relationship to neigh-                                                               analysis. Prerequisite: POL 10300 or permission.
                       boring disciplines. This course thus asks: What does
                       it mean to study politics? What does it mean to study      30002 Political Thought (3)
                       politics scientifically? What are the consequences of      This course is designed to introduce the student to        30320 Institutional Analysis (3)
                       different conceptions of politics? Prerequisite: None.     basic methodological and substantive concerns in           The capacity of governing institutions to formulate,
                                                                                  the tradition of western political thought. Prerequi-      implement and access public policy initiatives within
                                                                                  site: None.                                                a liberal context. Two comparative perspectives fea-
                       10004 Comparative Politics (3)                                                                                        tured: public vs. private environments; and cross-
                       This course introduces the different institutional                                                                    national comparisons. Prerequisite: POL 10300 or
                       structures of governance (e.g., parliamentary vs.          30003 Political Economy (3)                                permission.
                       presidential systems) in a range of different states;      This course is designed to introduce students to the
                       for different types of regimes (e.g., democratic and       fundamental questions surrounding the relationship
                       authoritarian); and at the international level. Prereq-    between the public and private sectors, considered         30350 Public Sector Dispute Resolution (3)
                       uisite: None. This course may be used to satisfy the       from the perspective of the state and its major polit-     Examines alternative dispute resolution principles
                       LERs and the university Diversity Requirement.             ical institutions. Of central concern is the growing       applicable to public sector disputes, especially envi-
                                                                                  internationalization of capital and its consequences       ronmental and land use disputes. Prerequisite: POL
                                                                                  for both domestic and international politics. Prereq-      10300 or permission.
                                                                                  uisite: None.


                                                                                  30100 American Political Theory (3)
                                                                                  Major political ideas and controversies associated
                                                                                  with the development of American political thought.
                                                                                  Prerequisite: POL 10100 or permission.
                                                                                                                                                                 POL        489




30420 Intergovernmental Policymaking (3)                 30520 European Politics (3)                               30840 Nongovernmental Organizations (3)
This course focuses on the effects of a federal sys-     This course examines major European national              This course introduces the diverse range of non-
tem of government on the formulation, implementa-        political systems (British, French, German, Russian       governmental organizations which exist today and
tion and evaluation of public policies. Special          and Scandinavian), relations between the European         explores their varying roles in setting agendas,
consideration is given to budgetary implications of      states, the institutions of the European Union and        shaping legislation and implementing public policy
federalism. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or 10300 or          prospects and problems of European integration.           reforms. Prerequisite: POL 10300 or 10500 or per-
permission.                                              Prerequisite: POL 10500 or permission.                    mission.


30430 State Government (3)                               30530 Asian Politics (3)                                  30991      Seminar: Columbus Program in
Comparative analysis of state political systems,         This course examines the politics of China, Japan and                Intergovernmental Issues (6-12)
including political cultures, political parties, pres-   the Koreas by looking at the relationship between         Annual fall semester resident-study in Columbus.
sure groups, executives, legislatures, judiciaries and   state and industry in these countries. We will look at    Students spend three days per week working at an
selected state policies. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or      the rise of the state in each nation and the subsequent   internship; two days per week attending briefings
POL 10300 or permission.                                 roles they have played in industrialization. Prerequi-    and completing POL 30430. Prerequisite: 45 hours
                                                         site: POL 10500 or permission. This course may be         of college credit, minimum 2.5 GPA, corequisite:
                                                         used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.     POL 30430, plus permission.
30450 Metropolitan Governance (3)
Discusses local governance in the context of metro-
politan change and issues such as governing capaci-      30540 African Politics (3)                                40111 Political Campaign Management (3)
ty, local democracy, individual choice and economic      An analysis of major issues in African politics and       Analyzes essential factors in efficiently run election
and racial inequality. Examines the formal and infor-    international relations. The contemporary develop-        campaign: public relations, advertising, funding,
mal arrangements that shape change and public pol-       ment of Africa will be analyzed in the global context     scheduling, voting district patterns, using lectures
icy. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or POL 10300 or             of the historical forces of imperialism and colonial-     and specific exercises on selected factors. Prerequi-
permission.                                              ism. Prerequisite: POL 10500 or permission. This          site: POL 10100 or permission.
                                                         course may be used to satisfy the university Diversi-
                                                         ty Requirement.




                                                                                                                                                                             Course Descriptions
30460      Federalism and Intergovernmental                                                                        40112 Politics and the Mass Media (3)
           Relations (3)                                                                                           This course examines the multiple roles played by
This course introduces the theoretical and legal         30550 Latin American Politics (3)                         the mass media in contemporary politics and ana-
infrastructure of federalism and intergovernmental       Analysis of political culture/process in selected Latin   lyzes the implications of those roles. Prerequisite:
relations. Subsequent course coverage addresses          American states, with particular emphasis on Mexi-        POL 10100 or permission.
the political, fiscal and management/administration      co, Brazil, Argentina and Columbia. Prerequisite:
dimensions of recent developments in the intergov-       POL 10500 or permission. This course may be used
ernmental system. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or             to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.          40116 Public Opinion and Political Behavior (3)
10300 or permission.                                                                                               Analysis of determinants of public opinion and polit-
                                                                                                                   ical behavior. Study of how the public makes up its
                                                         30551 U.S.-Latin American Relations (3)                   mind and impact of public opinion on government
30500 International Relations Theory (3)                 Survey of U.S.-Latin American diplomacy, contem-          policy. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or permission.
This course introduces competing theoretical             porary hemispheric issues and relations between
approaches to the study of international relations;      Latin American states themselves. Prerequisite: POL
an examination of the historical developments fol-       10500 or permission.                                      40118 Political Parties and Interest Groups (3)
lowed by an examination of current issues in world                                                                 An examination of the changing roles of political
politics. Prerequisite: POL 10500 or permission.                                                                   parties and interest groups in the American political
                                                         30810 Politics of the Global Economy (3)                  system, including a comparison of their respective
                                                         Examines interaction between economics and poli-          electoral activities. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or per-
30501 Comparative Theory and Concepts (3)                tics in international relations. Topics: poverty and      mission.
Introduces logic and methods of comparison in pol-       uneven economic development, political prerequi-
itics, institutions and policy. Students apply the       sites for free trade, intrawestern and north-south
comparative method through an individual project         economic conflict and distributive justice. Prerequi-     40182     Constitutional Law: Governmental
and reading, comparing political systems and poli-       site: POL 10300 or 10500 or permission.                             Structures and Functions (3)
cies. Prerequisite: POL 10500 or permission.                                                                       Nature and scope of constitutional government.
                                                                                                                   Study of judicial review, separation of powers, fed-
                                                         30820 International Organization and Law (3)              eralism, commerce and taxation. Prerequisite: POL
30511 Problems of International Organization (3)         This course introduces the subject matter in histori-     10100 or permission.
Intensive study of major European problems han-          cal and theoretical contexts, then devotes detailed
dled by international organizations, including the       attention to the full range of international organiza-
United Nations, and nongovernmental organiza-            tions that exist today. A final section addresses the     40183      Constitutional Law: Civil Rights and
tions. Combines classroom and field investigations.      role of international law in world politics. Prerequi-               Liberties (3)
Prerequisite: Registration in the Geneva Semester.       site: POL 10300 or 10500 or permission.                   Nature and scope of constitutional limitations.
                                                                                                                   Study of First Amendment, freedom of expression,
                                                                                                                   freedom of religion, criminal rights, due process,
                                                                                                                   equal protection. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or per-
                                                                                                                   mission. This course may be used to satisfy the uni-
                                                                                                                   versity Diversity Requirement.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
490                    POL         PORT




                       40191 Seminar in American Politics (3)                   40470 Women and Politics (3)                               40840 Comparative Foreign Policy (3)
                       (Repeatable with permission) A required, writing-        Examines origins, development, current record of           Comparative analysis of foreign policy patterns and
                       intensive seminar for juniors and seniors in the         century-old women's movement unique in U.S.                determinants on the basis of the examination of for-
                       American politics concentration. The focus of the        annals; compares it with other contemporary social         eign policy of selected countries. Prerequisite: POL
                       seminar will vary depending on instructor. Prerequi-     movements. Examines issues of women and public             10300 or 10500 or permission.
                       site: Political science major or minor, completed        policy. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or 10300 or per-
                       lower-division requirements, and junior or senior        mission. This course may be used to satisfy the uni-
                       standing or permission. This course may be used to       versity Diversity Requirement.                             40920 Politics of Social Movements (3)
                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation                                                                     Examines the role of social movements in industrial
                       requirement with approval of major department.                                                                      democracies. Focuses on the labor movement and
                                                                                40530 Politics of War (3)                                  the push for industrial and economic democracy for
                                                                                Examines central questions concerning the justifica-       comparative study of social and political change in
                       40310 Political Economy of Public Policy (3)             tion, explanation, characteristic features and conse-      France, Germany, Scandinavia and the United States.
                       This course covers aspects of political economy          quences of war. Specific cases will be examined,           Includes transnational dimension in European Union
                       which are most relevant to the public policy             such as WWI, the Chinese Revolution, Vietnam’s             and the challenges posed by economic globalization.
                       process. The primary focus is on capitalist theory       Civil War and potential nuclear war. Prerequisite:         Prerequisite: POL 10100 or 10300 or 10500 or per-
                       and its primary critiques and their applications to      POL 10500 or permission.                                   mission.
                       private- and public-sector policy actions. Prerequi-
                       site: POL 10300 or permission.
                                                                                40540 Politics of Development (3)                          40991     Washington Program in National
                                                                                Examines practice, record and theories of political                  Issues (2-16)
                       40320 Ethics and Public Policy (3)                       development for less developed, developing and             Annual spring semester resident-study in Washing-
                       The ethical obligations of public policy makers are      developed political systems. Includes extensive analy-     ton, D.C. Credit hours divided among three units:
                       examined in this course, within a series of applied      sis of issues, problems through case studies. Prereq-      preparatory colloquium; on-site briefings seminar;
                       cases. The goal is to empower students with the          uisite: POL 10500 or permission. This course may be        internship. Prerequisites: Junior standing; 2.50
                       intellectual tools of critical analysis within diverse   used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.      GPA; permission of the director.
                       policy environments. Prerequisite: POL 10300 or
 Course Descriptions




                       permission.
                                                                                40560 Human Rights and Social Justice (3)                  40992 Public Service (1-3)
                                                                                Examines the relationship between human rights             Allows academic credit for approved participation in
                       40350 Cultural Diversity in Public Policy (3)            and problems of the Third World in the civic, politi-      variety of political processes, or as an intern with
                       This course treats the impact that cultural diversity    cal, social and cultural arenas. Particular attention is   governmental or private agencies dealing with pub-
                       has on public policy formulation domestically and        placed on the struggle of women. Prerequisite: POL         lic affairs. Prerequisite: Permission; political science
                       globally. Uses live interactive teleconferencing         10500, or permission. This course may be used to           majors and minors only.
                       between classroom and Washington, D.C. Prerequi-         satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.
                       site: POL 10300 or permission. This course may be
                       used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.                                                               40993     Variable Title Workshop in Political
                                                                                40591       Seminar in International Relations-                      Science (1-6)
                                                                                            Comparative Politics (3)                       S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.
                       40391 Seminar in Public Policy (3)                       (Repeatable with permission) A required, writing-
                       (Repeatable with permission) A required, writing-        intensive seminar for juniors or seniors in the IR-
                       intensive seminar for juniors and seniors in the pub-    comparative politics concentration. The focus of the       40995 Selected Topics in Political Science (1-3)
                       lic policy concentration. The focus of the seminar       seminar will vary depending on instructor. Prerequi-       Special course, not regularly offered. Subject varies
                       will vary depending on instructor. Prerequisite:         site: Political science major or minor, completed          depending on the emerging issue, staff availability
                       Political science major or minor, completed lower-       lower-division requirements and junior or senior           and competencies. Precise title always listed in the
                       division requirements and junior or senior standing      standing or permission. This course may be used to         Schedule of Classes. Prerequisite: Junior or senior
                       or permission. This course may be used to satisfy        satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation            standing or permission.
                       the writing-intensive course graduation requirement      requirement with approval of major department.
                       with approval of major department.
                                                                                                                                           40996 Individual Investigation (1-3)
                                                                                40810 Government-Business Relations (3)                    For students desiring research into subjects beyond
                       40440      U.S. Environmental Politics and               This course focuses on the relationship between the        level of completed coursework or on subjects for
                                  Policies (3)                                  public and private sectors, including a theoretical as     which no regular course is offered. Prerequisite: Per-
                       This is a course in United States environmental poli-    well as historical analysis of the evolving relation-      mission; political science majors and minors only.
                       tics and policies. It deals with topics such as the      ship between the two. Domestic, comparative and
                       history of the U.S. environmental movement, public       international aspects are featured. Prerequisite: POL
                       opinion and environmental issues, environmental          10300 or 10500 or permission.                              PORTUGUESE (PORT)
                       racism and classism and environmental policy mak-                                                                           For placement and credit in foreign
                       ing and implementation. Prerequisite: POL 10100 or                                                                          language courses see Arts and Sci-
                       POL 10300 or permission.                                 40830 U.S. Foreign Policy (3)                                      ences—Foreign Language Require-
                                                                                Examines policy objectives, patterns of decision                   ment—Placement and Credit.
                                                                                making and foreign policy actions, roles of interest
                                                                                groups, public opinion, Congress, executive and
                                                                                external influences on policy. Prerequisite: POL           17201 Elementary Portuguese I (4)
                                                                                10300 or 10500 or permission.                              An introduction to the Portuguese language in the
                                                                                                                                           context of Luso-Brazilian cultures. Prerequisite: No
                                                                                                                                           previous formal training in Portuguese. This course
                                                                                                                                           may be used to satisfy the LERs.
                                                                                                                                                 PORT           PSYC         491




17202 Elementary Portuguese II (4)                        47096 Individual Investigation (1-3)                      30655 Cognitive Development (3)
A continuation of the introduction to the Portuguese      (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Allows the            Covers the development of cognitive across the
language in the context of Luso-Brazilian cultures.       advanced, serious student to carry out                    lifespan. Considers how people think at different
Prerequisite: PORT 17201 or equivalent. This              research/study project on Portuguese literature, lan-     phases of their life, why their thinking changes with
course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                   guage or culture. Prior approval of supervising fac-      development and what methods are used to investi-
                                                          ulty member, department required. IP grade                gate these issues. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762: PSYC
                                                          permissible. Prerequisite: PORT 27210 or equiva-          20651, HDFS 24012 or permission.
27209 Field Study (1-6)                                   lent; junior standing; permission.
(Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) For residence
and/or field research in a Portuguese-speaking                                                                      30656 Psychology of Aging (3)
community. Prior to registration for this course,         PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)                                         Exploration of basic research and theory on the psy-
student must obtain departmental approval. Prereq-        11762 General Psychology (3)                              chological consequences of aging and psychologi-
uisite: One year of college language or equivalent.       Introduction to the behavioral science approach to        cal factors that affect the behavior of older persons.
                                                          an understanding of human performance and                 Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.
                                                          potentials. Prerequisite: None. This course may be
27210 Intensive Portuguese (5)                            used to satisfy the LERs.
Intensive study for students continuing beyond ele-                                                                 30821 Psychology of Motivation (3)
mentary Portuguese and for those with the equiva-                                                                   Factors that energize behavior, feeling states, and
lent of Spanish Composition and Conversation I.           20651 Child Psychology (3)                                interpersonal processes. A survey approach is used to
Course provides training through Intermediate Por-        A description and analysis of child development           provide exposure to traditional and newly emerging
tuguese II. Prerequisite: PORT 17202 or SPAN              from conception to age 10. This course may be             concepts in motivation. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.
38211 or permission.                                      used to satisfy the LERs. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.

                                                                                                                    31043 Basic Learning Processes (3)
37211 Composition and Conversation (3)                    21211 Psychology of Adjustment (3)                        Examination of basic principles of Pavlovian and
Study and practice of oral and written Portuguese.        A review of the data, concepts and theories of psy-       instrumental conditioning. Emphasis on major
Prerequisite: PORT 27210 or permission.                   chology that contribute to our understanding of           empirical phenomena derived from research with




                                                                                                                                                                              Course Descriptions
                                                          human adjustment. This course may be used to sat-         animals and humans. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.
                                                          isfy the LERs. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.
37330 Early Brazilian Literature (3)
Outline of developments in Brazilian literature and                                                                 31141 Perception (3)
reading of representative works from the Colonial         21621 Quantitative Methods in Psychology I (3)            Influence of environmental, physiological and per-
period to 1922. Prerequisite: PORT 37211 or per-          Application of quantitative methods in psychological      sonal factors in reception, organization and inter-
mission. This course may be used to satisfy the           research. Descriptive and inferential methods. Pre-       pretation of stimuli. Prerequisites: PSYC 11762.
writing-intensive course graduation requirement           requisite: PSYC 11762.
with approval of major department.
                                                                                                                    31498 Undergraduate Research (1-6)
                                                          22221 Multicultural Psychology (3)                        (Repeatable for a total of 16 hours but see arts and
37331 Recent Brazilian Literature (3)                     Examination of areas of psychology upon which             sciences and psychology major/minor requirements
Outline of developments in Brazilian literature and       diversity issues have a bearing and focused study of      for applicability limits) Individual research open to
reading of representative works from 1922 to the          psychological issues relevant to African-American,        qualified students. S/U grading, IP permissible. Pre-
present. Prerequisite: PORT 37211 or permission.          Asian-American, Hispanic/Latino-American and              requisites: PSYC 11762 and permission.
This course may be used to satisfy the writing-           American Indian groups. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.
intensive course graduation requirement with              This course may be used to satisfy the LERs and
approval of major department.                             the university Diversity Requirement.                     31574 Research Methods in Psychology (3)
                                                                                                                    The rationale, logic and procedures of scientific
                                                                                                                    research in psychology, with an emphasis on mea-
37421 Luso-Brazilian Civilization (3)                     30445 Cognitive Psychology (3)                            surement, causal inference and research design.
Lectures, readings, oral and written reports on out-      Information-processing approaches to human                Prerequisite: PSYC 11762; PSYC 21621.
standing features of the Portuguese-speaking world        thought. Focus on processes used to transform,
with emphasis on Brazil. Prerequisite: PORT 37211         store, manipulate and retrieve sensory input. Topics
or permission.                                            include attention, pattern recognition, memory and        31684 Quantitative Methods in Psychology II (3)
                                                          language. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.                       Small sample theory, binomial, analysis of variance,
                                                                                                                    chi square, linear regression, nonparametric statis-
47093      Variable Title Workshop in                                                                               tics. Prerequisite: PSYC 21621 or equivalent.
           Portuguese (1-6)                               30651 Adolescent Psychology (3)
Workshops individually designed to provide instruc-       The physical, intellectual, educational, personality
tion and training in specific areas of Portuguese         and social development of adolescents in contem-          31773 Industrial Psychology (3)
studies. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Departmental          porary society. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.                 A descriptive survey course directing attention to
permission.                                                                                                         the application of principles, facts and methods of
                                                                                                                    the science of human behavior to people at work.
                                                          30652 Social and Personality Development (3)              Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.
47095 Selected Topics (3)                                 Processes and findings in social and personality devel-
Intensive treatment of a selected aspect of Luso-         opment, with a focus on childhood and adolescence.
Brazilian literature or linguistics. Topic announced in   Will include the examination of individual differences
the Schedule of Classes. Prerequisite: 9 hours of         as well as developmental changes in social function
30000-level courses.                                      and personality. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762; PSYC
                                                          20651, HDFS 24012, PSYC 30651 or permission.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
492                    PSYC          RADT




                       40111 Abnormal Psychology (3)                            41495 Special Topics in Psychology (3)                     RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY (RADT)*
                       Diagnostic characteristics, causes and treatment of      (Repeated registration permitted) In-depth examina-        14000 Introduction to Radiologic Technology (3)
                       behavior disorders. Mild, moderate and severe            tion of particular topics of current interest to faculty   Introduction to: radiologic technology, radiographic
                       types of disturbances illustrated by cases and           and students. Specialized areas of research, theory        anatomy and physiology, imaging equipment, radi-
                       research studies. Prerequisites: PSYC 11762 and          or methodology may be covered. Specific topics             ographic procedures, radiation protection, radi-
                       junior standing.                                         announced. IP grade permissible. Prerequisites:            ographic terminology, X-ray tube and production,
                                                                                Junior standing and permission.                            and X-ray film. Two hours lecture, 3 hours lab
                                                                                                                                           weekly. Prerequisite: Admission to program.
                       40231 Psychological Assessment (3)
                       Use and interpretation of verbal, performance, per-      41581 Health Psychology (3)
                       sonality and clinical tests. Skills in using tests at    The relationship of psychological factors to physical      14001 Orientation to Clinical Radiography (2)
                       professional level not given. Prerequisites: PSYC        illness, including impact of such factors on illness,      Radiographic positioning of the chest and abdomen.
                       11762 and 21621.                                         that of illness on behavior, and psychotherapeutic         Darkroom chemistry, beam restriction devices and
                                                                                interventions in those arenas. Prerequisite: PSYC          introduction to contrast mediums. One hour lecture,
                                                                                11762 and junior standing.                                 3 hours lab weekly. Prerequisite: RADT 14000 and
                       40383 Psychological Interventions (3)                                                                               HED 14020.
                       Application of psychological principles and tech-
                       niques to the problems of the individual. This           41498 Individual Investigation (1-6)
                       course is designed to introduce the field of clinical    (Repeatable for a total of 16 hours but see arts and       14002 Introduction to Patient Care (3)
                       psychology, including models of understanding            sciences and psychology major/minor requirements           Medicolegal aspects of patient care, ethics, nursing
                       abnormal behavior, treatment of individuals, and         for applicability limits) Involves participation in        procedures for radiographic examinations, tech-
                       ethics and professional issues. Prerequisites: PSYC      empirical research, review of psychological litera-        niques, radiography and taking and recording vital
                       11762 and junior standing.                               ture and preparation of a paper or annotated bibli-        signs. Introduction to venipuncture and clinical phar-
                                                                                ography. IP permissible. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762          macology. Prerequisite: RADT 14000 and HED 14020.
                                                                                and permission.
                       40461 Psychology of Language (3)
                       Relationship between language and its speakers.                                                                     14004 Radiologic Physics (4)
 Course Descriptions




                       Emphasizes psychological experiments dealing with        41532 Social Psychology (3)                                Introduction to concepts of physics. Study of the X-
                       speech perception, sentence comprehension,               Study of interpersonal and group behavior, focusing        ray machine circuit and components, the production
                       semantics, language acquisition, and language and        on such topics as attraction, attitude change, help-       of X-rays and their interaction with matter. Prerequi-
                       thought. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762 and (PSYC              ing, aggression and conformity. Prerequisites:             site: Admission to program.
                       30445 or permission).                                    PSYC 11762 and junior standing.

                                                                                                                                           14010 Clinical Education I (1)
                       40563 Comparative Psychology (3)                         41574      Laboratory Experience in Psychological          Supervised experience and observation with empha-
                       Introduction to animal behavior and its development,                Research (3)                                    sis on basic radiological examinations, patient care,
                       mechanisms, evolutionary history and adaptive signif-    Intensive experience in the conduct, analysis and          professionalism and the procedures covered in
                       icance. Both learned and innate behaviors are treated.   reporting of empirical research in psychology. Spe-        RADT 14020. Competency testing begins. Assigned
                       Prerequisites: PSYC 11762 and junior standing.           cific content will vary with the instructor. Can be        to a clinical education center 16-20 hours per week.
                                                                                repeated for a total of 6 credit hours. Prerequisite:      Prerequisite: RADT 14001; corequisite: RADT
                                                                                PSYC 11762, PSYC 21621, PSYC 31574, 3.2 GPA;               14020; and BSCI 11000.
                       40625      Development of Gender Role and                and permission.
                                  Identity (3)
                       A lifespan, developmental model is used to analyze                                                                  14011 Clinical Education II (1)
                       the changes which occur with age in gender-related       41990 Writing in Psychology (1)                            Continuation of Clinical Education I, with emphasis
                       role performance and identity formation. Prerequi-       Writing-intensive course taken in conjunction with a       on clinical practice of basic skills of radiologic tech-
                       site: PSYC 11762. This course may be used to sat-        3-credit-hour or 4-credit-hour upper-division psy-         nology and the examinations covered in RADT
                       isfy the university Diversity Requirement.               chology course (except PSYC 31773 or 41993).               14021. Competency testing continues. Assigned to
                                                                                Prerequisite: Departmental permission (controlled          a clinical education center 16-20 hours per week.
                                                                                enrollment). This course may be used to satisfy the        Prerequisite: RADT 14010, 14019, 14020, BSCI
                       40974 History of Psychology (3)                          writing-intensive course graduation requirement            11000; corequisite: RADT 14021.
                       History of psychology in 18th, 19th and 20th cen-        with approval of major department.
                       turies. Emphasis upon emergence of modern exper-
                       imental psychology. Prerequisites: PSYC 11762 and                                                                   14012 Clinical Education III (1)
                       junior standing.                                         41993      Variable Title Workshop in                      Continuation of Clinical Education II, with more
                                                                                           Psychology (1-6)                                emphasis on independent clinical practice of proce-
                                                                                Variable topic offered as need arises. Specific topics     dures previously mastered and problem solving.
                       41282 Personality (3)                                    will be announced in the Schedule of Classes. S/U          Competency testing continues. Assigned to a clini-
                       Introduction to major theories and research in per-      grading. Prerequisites: PSYC 11762 and permission.         cal education center for 40 hours per week for five
                       sonality. Prerequisite: PSYC 11762.                                                                                 weeks. Prerequisite: RADT 14011, 14021, 14022.


                       41363 Biopsychology (3)
                       Introduction to the physiological, biochemical and
                       neuroanatomical foundations of behavior. Special
                       attention to central nervous system and its relation
                       to behavior. Prerequisites: PSYC 11762 and junior
                       standing.
                                                                                                                                                   RADT           RIS      493




14013 Clinical Education IV (1)                          24002 Radiation Protection (3)                           34045 Ultrasound Clinical Education I (2)
Continuation of Clinical Education III, emphasis on      Fundamentals of radiation safety. Introduction to        Provides clinical education and experience at a clini-
individual performance and instruction of radi-          state and federal regulations. Radiation biology. A      cal site to allow students the opportunity to practice
ographic procedures and the ability to adapt to          brief survey of biophysics. Introduction to radiation    skills necessary to obtain high quality sonographic
unusual situations. Competency testing continues.        therapy and oncology. Prerequisites: BSCI 11000          images, to alter protocols based on patients and to
Assigned to a clinical education center for 40 hours     and RADT 14004.                                          identify image quality problems. IP grade permissi-
per week for five weeks. Prerequisite: RADT 14012.                                                                ble. Prerequisite: Program admission.

                                                         24010 Clinical Education V (1)
14019 Radiographic Exposure and Imaging I (2)            Continuation of Clinical Education IV, with emphasis     34052 Abdominal Sonography II (2)
Brems and characteristic radiation, Planck’s Quan-       on clinical practice and begin participation in proce-   Continuation of RIS 34042; anatomy, physiology,
tum Theory, radiographic artifacts, silver recovery,     dures covered in RADT 24020. Competency testing          and pathology of the abdomen; instrumentation and
intensifying screens, radiographic grids, preparation    continues. Assigned to a clinical education center       scanning techniques; normal and abnormal sono-
of exposure charts, and introduction to radiographic     24 hours per week. Prerequisite: RADT 14013;             graphic appearance of abdominal structures will be
quality. Two hours lecture weekly. Prerequisite:         corequisite: RADT 24020.                                 presented. Prerequisite: RIS 34042, 34044, 34045,
RADT 14001; corequisite: RADT 14020.                                                                              34083, 44083; corequisite: RIS 34055.

                                                         24011 Clinical Education VI (1)
14020 Radiographic Procedures I (5)                      Continuation of Clinical Education V, emphasis on        34055 Ultrasound Clinical Education II (3)
Radiographic anatomy and positioning of the upper        advanced clinical practice. Independent perfor-          Provides clinical education and experience at a clini-
and lower extremities, pelvic and pectoral girdles,      mance on radiographic examinations, participation        cal site to allow students the opportunity to practice
skull, facial bones, sinuses, vertebral column and       in specialized radiographic areas covered in RADT        skills necessary to obtain high quality sonographic
bony thorax. Four hours lecture, 2 hours lab weekly.     24020. Assigned to a clinical education center 24        images, to alter protocols based on patients and to
Prerequisite: RADT 14002; corequisite: BSCI 11000.       hours per week. Prerequisites: RADT 14004, 24001,        identify image quality problems. Prerequisites: RIS
                                                         24010, 24020; corequisite: RADT 24022.                   34045 or permission; corequisite: RIS 34052.

14021 Radiographic Procedures II (4)




                                                                                                                                                                            Course Descriptions
Radiographic anatomy and positioning of the gas-         24020 Radiographic Procedures III (3)                    34062     Obstetrics and Gynecology
trointestinal system, urinary and biliary systems, and   Advanced radiographic procedures of the nervous,                   Sonography I (2)
trauma patients. Three hours lecture, 2 hours lab        circulatory, urinary, reproductive and digestive sys-    Anatomy and pathophysiology of the non-pregnant
weekly. Prerequisite: RADT 14020 and BSCI 11000.         tems. Pediatric and geriatric radiography and spe-       female pelvis, instrumentation and scanning tech-
                                                         cialized procedures and equipment. Prerequisite:         niques, normal and abnormal sonographic appear-
                                                         RADT 14021.                                              ances and findings of the uterus, fallopian tubes and
14022 Radiographic Exposure and Imaging II (3)                                                                    ovaries will be covered. Prerequisites: RIS 34044,
Aspects of radiographic quality, fluoroscopic equip-                                                              34045, 34052, 34055, 34083, 44083; corequisite:
ment, X-ray timers and tomography. Experiments           24022 Radiographic Exposure and Imaging III (3)          RIS 34065.
involving the factors that influence radiographic        Evaluation of radiographic systems to assure con-
quality. Two hours lecture, 2 hours lab weekly. Pre-     sistency in the production of quality images. Two
requisite: RADT 14019.                                   hours lecture, 2 hours lab weekly. Prerequisite:         34065 Ultrasound Clinical Education III (2)
                                                         RADT 14022.                                              Provides clinical education and experience at a clini-
                                                                                                                  cal site to allow students the opportunity to practice
21095      Special Topics in Radiologic                                                                           skills necessary to obtain high quality sonographic
           Technology (2-4)                              24096      Individual Investigation in Radiologic        images, to alter protocols based on patients and to
(Repeated registration permitted) Student participa-                Technology (1)                                identify image quality problems. IP grade permissi-
tion course on topics pertinent to radiologic tech-      Directed research of special interest or need in the     ble. Prerequisite: Permission; corequisite: RIS
nology. Topics are chosen by the instructor.             student’s program. A research paper will be written      34062.
Student may enroll in course more than once. Pre-        on an assigned topic in radiologic technology. Pre-
requisite: Permission of instructor.                     requisite: RADT 14000.
                                                                                                                  34082 Small Parts Sonography (1)
                                                                                                                  Anatomy and pathophysiology of superficial struc-
24000 Medical Terminology (2)                            RADIOLOGIC AND IMAGING SCIENCES                          tures; instrumentation and scanning techniques;
Method of construction and recognition of medical        (RIS)*                                                   normal and abnormal sonographic appearances of
terms from Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, word      34042 Abdominal Sonography I (3)                         small structures; correlation with lab findings and
roots, and combining forms. Radiologic terminolo-        Anatomy, physiology and pathology of the                 other imaging modalities will be presented. Prereq-
gy is emphasized. Prerequisite: Admission to the         abdomen; instrumentation and scanning tech-              uisite: RIS 34044, 34083, 44075, 44083; corequi-
program.                                                 niques; normal and abnormal sonographic appear-          site: RIS 44085.
                                                         ances of abdominal structures will be presented.
                                                         Prerequisite: Program admission.
24001 Radiologic Pathology (3)                                                                                    34083 Sectional Anatomy in Medical Imaging (3)
Introduction to disease and injury states and their                                                               Presentation of sectional anatomy of the body in the
application to radiologic technology. Each anatomi-      34044     Ultrasound Physics and                         transverse (axial), sagittal and coronal planes as
cal system is discussed and appropriate imaging                    Instrumentation (3)                            seen in medical images in CT, MRI and diagnostic
modalities demonstrated. Prerequisites: BSCI             Ultrasound principles to include interaction of          medical sonography. Prerequisite: Program admis-
11000; HED 14020; RADT 14002, 24010 and                  sound with matter, propagation of sound in tissue,       sion and BSCI 11000 or 20020.
24020.                                                   physical units, transducer parameters, image stor-
                                                         age and display, quality assurance, bioeffects,
                                                         image artifacts and physical principles of Doppler.
                                                         Prerequisite: Program admission.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
494                    RIS




                       44001       Patient Management in Nuclear                 44014      Nuclear Medicine Physics and                  44024     Physical Principles of Computed
                                   Medicine (2)                                             Instrumentation II (2)                                  Tomography (CT) (3)
                       Provides a working knowledge of a health care facil-      Physics and instrumentation of imaging devices is        Information presented about data acquisition and
                       ity’s function, basic patient care skills, emergency      presented to include basic functions, application of     processing. The components in the image acquisi-
                       care, patient communications and professionalism.         principles, quality control and computer applica-        tion system are outlined. The software and technical
                       Includes interactions and care of diverse popula-         tions. Prerequisites: RIS 44002, 44005, 44006,           parameters used in the acquisition of images is dis-
                       tions. Prerequisite: Program admission.                   44010; corequisites: RIS 44011, 44012, 44015,            cussed. Problem-solving methodologies discussed.
                                                                                 44017.                                                   Prerequisite: Program admission, RADT 14004 or
                                                                                                                                          equivalent; COMT 11000 or equivalent.
                       44002 Nuclear Medicine Procedures I (3)
                       An introduction to imaging “in vivo” nuclear medi-        44015 Nuclear Medicine Clinical Education III (3)
                       cine procedures. Course focuses on the biological,        Continuation of RIS 44010 with emphasis on clini-        44025      Computed Tomography (CT) Clinical
                       anatomical and physiological aspects involving the        cal procedures covered in RIS 44012 and equip-                      Education (3)
                       skeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, genitourinary      ment in RIS 44014. Competency testing continues.         Provides clinical education at a clinical site to provide
                       and gastrointestinal organ systems. Prerequisite:         Assigned to clinical site 24 hours per week. S/U         the opportunity to practice skills necessary to obtain
                       Program admission.                                        grading, IP permissible. Prerequisites: RIS 44001,       high quality CT images, alter protocols to identify
                                                                                 44002, 44005, 44006, 44010; corequisites: RIS            image quality and interact with patients of varying
                                                                                 44011, 44012, 44014, 44017.                              medical status. Competency exams required. IP
                       44005 Nuclear Medicine Clinical Education I (2)                                                                    grade permissible. Prerequisite: Program admission.
                       Provides clinical experience at assigned clinical site.
                       Includes orientation to program and policies, obser-      44016 Nuclear Medicine Procedures III (3)
                       vation of procedures, patient management, radiation       Emphasis on in vitro procedures, immunology,             44031 Patient Management in MRI (3)
                       safety, equipment orientation and the competency          radionuclide therapy, SPECT and PET scanning.            Provides information on the role of the MRI technol-
                       procedure. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: Pro-       Also includes a review of all nuclear medicine pro-      ogist in maintaining patient safety and comfort as
                       gram admission.                                           cedures. Prerequisites: RIS 44011, 44012, 44014,         well as personal and coworker safety. MR contrast
                                                                                 44015, 44017; corequisite: RIS 44020.                    agents and venipuncture will be studied. Includes
                                                                                                                                          problem-solving with diverse patient types. Prereq-
 Course Descriptions




                       44006      Nuclear Medicine Physics and                                                                            uisite: Program admission.
                                  Instrumentation I (4)                          44017 Nuclear Medicine Radiation Safety (3)
                       Presents concepts and physical principles of              Presents the units of radiation measurement, dose
                       nuclear medicine physics including interactions with      limits, safety and monitoring devices, safe handling     44032     Magnetic Resonance Imaging
                       matter. Also presents information on radiation            of radioactive materials, licensing requirements,                  Procedures (3)
                       detectors and their applications, functions and limi-     therapeutic doses and the effects of radiation on the    Provides the imaging techniques related to the
                       tations. Prerequisite: Program admission; corequi-        body. Prerequisites: RIS 44001, 44002, 44005,            body, special clinical applications, coil selection,
                       site: RIS 44010.                                          44006, 44010; corequisites: RIS 44011, 44012,            scan sequences, protocols, positioning criteria, nor-
                                                                                 44014, 44015.                                            mal and abnormal anatomical and pathological
                                                                                                                                          structures and signal characteristics. Prerequisite:
                       44010     Nuclear Medicine Clinical                                                                                Program admission.
                                 Education II (2)                                44020 Nuclear Medicine Clinical Education IV (3)
                       Continuation of RIS 44005 with emphasis on clini-         Continuation of RIS 44015 with emphasis on
                       cal procedures covered in RIS 44002 and equip-            advanced procedures, SPECT and PET scanning,             44034      Magnetic Resonance Equipment and
                       ment from RIS 44006. Competency testing begins.           advanced and emerging technologies, teleradiology                   Image Acquisition (3)
                       Assigned to clinical site 16 hours per week. IP grade     and PACS and critical thinking skills for the clinical   Develops an understanding of MR image acquisition
                       permissible. Prerequisites: Program admission, RIS        site. Clinical time: 384 hours. IP grade permissible.    and the equipment used. Provides information in
                       44001, 44002, 44005; corequisite; RIS 44006.              Prerequisites: RIS 44001, 44002, 44005, 44006,           the use and manipulation of the hardware and tech-
                                                                                 44010, 44011, 44012, 44014, 44015, 44017; coreq-         nical parameters used in image generation, as well
                                                                                 uisite: RIS 44016.                                       as safety and special applications. Prerequisite: Pro-
                       44011 Nuclear Medicine Radiopharmacy (3)                                                                           gram admission.
                       Includes methodologies, calculations and basic
                       properties of radionuclides. Radiopharmaceutical          44021     Patient Management in Computed
                       chemistry is applied and localized and quality con-                 Tomography (CT) (3)                            44035 MRI Clinical Education (3)
                       trol are examined. Includes radiopharmacy manage-         Provides knowledge about care-giving skills for          Provides the opportunity to practice skills necessary
                       ment and governing rules and regulations.                 patients undergoing CT exams. Information                to obtain high quality magnetic resonance images,
                       Prerequisites: RIS 44001, 44002, 44005, 44006,            includes effective communication, problem solving        to alter protocols, and to identify image quality
                       44010; corequisites: RIS 44012, 44014, 44015,             techniques, patient safety/comfort, patient prepara-     problems and make corrections. Students must
                       44017.                                                    tion, monitoring, contrast agents and venipuncture.      pass competency exams to achieve objectives. IP
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Admission to program.                      grade permissible. Prerequisite: Program admis-
                                                                                                                                          sion.
                       44012 Nuclear Medicine Procedures II (3)
                       Emphasis on the biological, anatomical and physio-        44022     Computed Tomography (CT) Imaging
                       logical aspects of nuclear medicine procedures                      Procedures (3)                                 44072       Obstetrics and Gynecology Sonography
                       involving the endocrine and central nervous sys-          Presentation of information about CT scanning                        II (3)
                       tems, as well as inflammatory, tumor, miscella-           techniques related to each part of the body as well      Embryonic and fetal development throughout gesta-
                       neous and pediatric studies. Prerequisites: RIS           as special studies. Positioning criteria, protocols,     tion; fetal measurements, normal fetal anatomy and
                       44001, 44002, 44005, 44006, 44010; corequisites:          and variations from routine exams will be included.      physiology; and abnormal sonographic appearances
                       RIS 44011, 44014, 44015, 44017.                           Image quality evaluation criteria will be discussed.     of the fetus will be covered as well as invasive
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Program admission.                         obstetric procedures and antepartum testing. Pre-
                                                                                                                                          requisite: RIS 34062.
                                                                                                                                                     RIS       RUSS          495




44074 Vascular Sonography (2)                            11003 Real Estate Financing (2)                            22260     Russian Morphology and Vocabulary
Anatomy, physiology and hemodynamics of the              Covers types of institutions, instruments and proce-                 Building (3)
cerebrovascular and peripheral venous systems;           dures involved in financing real estate transactions.      A systematic presentation of the extensive root, pre-
normal and abnormal sonographic vascular appear-         Covers nature and characteristics of mortgage loans        fix and suffix system, which provides the basis for
ances; Doppler instrumentation and scanning tech-        and nature of mortgage market. Prerequisite: RERT          rapid acquisition of Russian vocabulary. Prerequi-
niques will be covered. Prerequisites: RIS 34044,        11000.                                                     site: RUSS 22202 or equivalent.
34065, 34083, 44083; corequisite: RIS 44075.

                                                         21000 Real Estate Appraisal (2)                            32207 Russian Conversation (2)
44075 Ultrasound Clinical Education IV (3)               Emphasizes methodology of appraising urban real            Practice in conversational Russian. Corequisite:
Provides clinical education and experience at a clini-   property and appraisal techniques. Presents market         RUSS 22202.
cal site to allow students the opportunity to practice   approach to residential appraisal. Prerequisite:
skills necessary to obtain high quality sonographic      RERT 11000.
images, to alter protocols based on patients and to                                                                 32211 Composition and Conversation (3)
identify image quality problems. IP grade permissi-                                                                 Grammar review and practice in composition and
ble. Prerequisite: Permission; corequisite: RIS 44074.   21003 Special Topics in Real Estate (2)                    conversation. Prerequisite: RUSS 32207.
                                                         Seminar involving discussion of current issues and
                                                         solutions to special problems in real estate invest-
44083 Pathophysiology for Medical Imaging (3)            ment, management, and brokerage operations. Pre-           32215 Russian Phonetics and Diction (3)
Provides students with basic information on the          requisites: RERT 11000, 11001, 11003, 21000.               Study of the Russian sound system with special
causes of diseases and the body’s response to dis-                                                                  emphasis on pronunciation and intonation. Applica-
ease, as well as the medical imaging modalities that                                                                tion of the international phonetic alphabet to Russ-
will demonstrate them. Prerequisite: Permission.         REHABILITATION COUNSELING (RHAB)                           ian. Prerequisite: RUSS 32207.
                                                         47794 The Rehabilitation Community (3)
                                                         Introduction to the philosophy and practice of reha-
44084 Ultrasound Image Evaluation (1)                    bilitation in the United States. Economic, legal, polit-   32231 Translation Practice: Russian (1)
Presentation of sonographic findings in specific dis-    ical and historical influences on disability policy and    Translation practice with Russian texts using princi-




                                                                                                                                                                              Course Descriptions
ease processes, with evaluation of image quality         programs are studied. Prerequisite: None.                  ples and techniques learned in the lecture class. To
and emphasis on diagnostic features of pathologic                                                                   be taken concurrently with MCLS 30230. Corequi-
entities. Prerequisites: RIS 34042, 34044, 34052,                                                                   site: MCLS 30230.
34062, 34083, 44072, 44074, 44075, 44083.                RUSSIAN (RUSS)
                                                                For placement and credit in foreign
                                                                language courses see Arts and Sci-                  32240      Conversation for Business and Special
44085 Ultrasound Clinical Education V (3)                       ences—Foreign Language Require-                                Purposes: Russian (3)
Provides clinical education and experience at a clini-          ment—Placement and Credit.                          Introduction to the special vocabulary of business and
cal site to allow students the opportunity to practice                                                              other special subject areas; introduces the concept of
skills necessary to obtain high quality sonographic                                                                 language for special purposes and emphasizes the
images, to alter protocols based on patients and to             The following course is taught in Eng-              use of special vocabulary in conversations in business
identify image quality problems. IP grade permissi-             lish and does not presuppose a prepa-               and other settings. Prerequisite: RUSS 32211.
ble. Prerequisite: Permission; corequisite; RIS 34082.          ration in the language: Russian 32501.

                                                                                                                    32303 Modern Writers (3)
44098 Research in Medical Imaging (3)                    12201 Elementary Russian I (4)                             Reading and analysis of modern Russian plays and
Fundamental concepts and procedures for system-          An introduction to the Russian language in the con-        stories. Prerequisite: RUSS 22202 or permission.
atic collection, analysis, critique and application of   text of Russian cultures. Prerequisite: None. This         This course may be used to satisfy the writing-
qualitative and quantitative data in medical imaging.    course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                    intensive course graduation requirement with
Prerequisite: Majors only; senior standing.                                                                         approval of major department.

                                                         12202 Elementary Russian II (4)
REAL ESTATE AND RELATED                                  A continuation of the introduction to the Russian          32325 Russian Poetry and Folklore (3)
TECHNOLOGIES (RERT)*                                     language in the context of Russian cultures. Prereq-       Reading and analysis of major poems and introduc-
11000 Real Estate Principles and Practices (3)           uisite: RUSS 12201. This course may be used to             tion to folklore. Prerequisite: RUSS 32303 or per-
Introduction to listing, selling, real estate math,      satisfy the LERs.                                          mission. This course may be used to satisfy the
legal descriptions of property and contracts. Prereq-                                                               writing-intensive course graduation requirement
uisite: None.                                                                                                       with approval of major department.
                                                         22201 Intermediate Russian I (3)
                                                         Continued development of speaking, listening, read-
11001 Real Estate Law (3)                                ing and writing skills using a variety of cultural         32350 Russian Prose (3)
Review of basic Ohio laws covering the functions of      materials. Prerequisite: RUSS 12202 or equivalent.         Reading and critical analysis of major prose works.
an agency and the legal aspects of real estate trans-                                                               Prerequisite: RUSS 32303 or permission. This
actions. Prerequisite: RERT 11000 or permission.                                                                    course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive
                                                         22202 Intermediate Russian II (3)                          course graduation requirement with approval of
                                                         Continuation of RUSS 22201. Prerequisite: RUSS             major department.
                                                         22201 or equivalent.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
496                    RUSS           SOC




                       32354 Russian Drama (3)                                   42351 Survey of Russian and Soviet Literature (4)       42275       Teaching Social Studies in Secondary
                       Reading and critical analysis of major plays. Prereq-     Survey of major trends and developments in Russ-                    Schools (3)
                       uisite: RUSS 32303 or permission. This course may         ian literature from 1900 through 1917 and that of       Advanced methods course for teaching social stud-
                       be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradu-    Soviet Russian literature from 1917 to present. Pre-    ies. Focuses on planning and preparation for the
                       ation requirement with approval of major department.      requisite: 6 hours of upper-division Russian.           student teaching experience. This course includes
                                                                                                                                         51 field/clinical hours. Prerequisite: SEED 32275.

                       32421 Russian Civilization (4)                            42399      Research Project in Russian Language
                       A survey of Russian history and intellectual life. Pre-              and Literature (3)                           42292 Field Work Practicum (1-4)
                       requisite: RUSS 32303 or permission. This course          Thesis or other independent study. IP grade permis-     Designed to meet the individual needs of education
                       may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course       sible. Prerequisite: 6 hours of Russian at 40000-lev-   students who require additional field clinical experi-
                       graduation requirement with approval of major             el and permission.                                      ences prior to student teaching. Prerequisites: Per-
                       department.                                                                                                       mission, junior or senior standing.

                                                                                 SECONDARY EDUCATION (SEED)
                       32501 Russian Literature in English (3)                   32146 Introduction to Content Area Reading (2)          47248 Teaching Critical Thinking (2)
                       This course is designed as a survey of major              This course emphasizes the development and adap-        Techniques, procedures and materials for developing
                       authors, movements and works of 19th- and 20th-           tation of reading and study strategies applicable to    skills in application of analysis and thinking process.
                       century Russian literature in English translation. No     the content areas; techniques for incorporating         Prerequisites: ADED 32142 and senior standing.
                       knowledge of Russian required. Prerequisite:              reading into subject matter instruction. Includes 25
                       Sophomore standing or permission.                         field/clinical hours. Prerequisite: ADED 32142 or
                                                                                 junior standing in art education (K-12).                SOCIAL WORK (SWK)
                                                                                                                                         24140 Introduction to Social Work (3)
                       42093      Variable Title Workshop in Russian                                                                     Historical development of social welfare, social
                                  Language and Literature (1-6)                  32272 Teaching of Speech (4)                            work processes and programs, and emergence of
                       Workshops individually designed to provide instruc-       Methods of teaching speech communication, radio-        social work as a profession. Prerequisite: SOC
                       tion and training in specific areas of Russian studies.   TV-film, and theatre in secondary school curricula.     12050. Corequisite: SWK 24141.
 Course Descriptions




                       S/U grading. Prerequisite: Departmental permission.       This course includes 55 field/clinical hours. Prereq-
                                                                                 uisites: Advanced standing and ADED 32142 or per-
                                                                                 mission.                                                24141 Social Work Observation (1)
                       42095      Special Topics in Russian Language and                                                                 Analysis of social work as a profession via agency
                                  Literatures (1-4)                                                                                      visits. Corequisite: SWK 24140.
                       Topic to be announced in Schedule of Classes.             32275       Social Studies Education and the Social
                       Repeated registration permitted when content                          Sciences (3)
                       varies. Prerequisite: Senior standing or permission.      Beginning methods course for teaching social stud-      24248 Social Welfare Policy (3)
                                                                                 ies. Concentrates on instructional strategies, tech-    Social welfare policies, programs, services and
                                                                                 niques and content for teaching the social sciences     social work practice will be explored during critical
                       42096 Individual Investigation (1-3)                      at the secondary level. This course includes 51         stages in our nation’s growth and development.
                       Independent investigation of problems in Russian          field/clinical hours. Prerequisites: ADED 32142 and     Prerequisite: SWK 24140.
                       language or literature. IP grade permissible. Prereq-     advanced standing.
                       uisites: 6 hours of upper-division Russian and per-
                       mission of the department chairperson.                                                                            44111 Social Perspectives on Aging (3)
                                                                                 40093     Variable Title Workshop in Secondary          Survey of the special needs of older adults, this
                                                                                           Education (1-4)                               course begins to prepare students for the role of
                       42211    Advanced Composition and                         Various topics designed to respond to issues,           practitioner. Prerequisite: Permission.
                                Conversation (3)                                 trends and specialized needs of secondary schools.
                       A continuation of RUSS 32211. Prerequisite: RUSS          S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission.
                       32211 or permission.                                                                                              44211     Administration of Gerontological
                                                                                                                                                   Services (3)
                                                                                 42157       Teaching with Microcomputers:               Generic methods and skills will emphasize how to
                       42230 Advanced Translation Practice: Russian (3)                      Secondary Classroom (3)                     lead, organize, develop and maintain services as an
                       Theory and practice course that discusses translation     In-depth study of instructional use of microcomput-     organized system in a social agency for older
                       theory and emphasizes Russian-to-English translation      ers in all subject areas of the secondary classroom.    adults. Prerequisite: Permission.
                       of selected texts in business, technology, medicine       Use of BASIC and LOGO in developing and modify-
                       and law. Prerequisite: RUSS 32231. This course may        ing instructional software. Prerequisite: None.
                       be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-                                                           SOCIOLOGY (SOC)
                       tion requirement with approval of major department.                                                               12050 Introduction to Sociology (3)
                                                                                 42196     Individual Project in Secondary               Scientific approach to understanding social interac-
                                                                                           Education (2-4)                               tion, institutions and organization. Prerequisite:
                       42240 Business and Special Texts: Russian (3)             IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: Permission.         None. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs
                       Survey of the typical text types of business in the                                                               and the university Diversity Requirement.
                       Russian culture and language. Practice sessions
                       focus on reading and understanding specialized texts      42272     Teaching of Computer Science in the
                       and on the translation and composition of selected                  Secondary School (4)                          22100 Sociological Analysis (3)
                       special texts in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 32211.       Methodology and materials for effective teaching of     Fundamental study of sociological analysis
                                                                                 secondary school computer science and computer          designed to provide awareness of theoretical and
                                                                                 use. Prerequisites: CS 43001 and 43101, ADED            methodological concepts necessary in developing
                                                                                 32142.                                                  sociological perspective. Prerequisite: SOC 12050.
                                                                                                                                                                    SOC         497




22778 Social Problems (3)                                  32569 Minorities in America (3)                           42126 Sociological Theories (3)
Contemporary American and global social problems           Study of such major American minorities as blacks,        An examination of classical, modern and postmod-
and issues are analyzed from sociological perspec-         American Indians, Spanish-speaking Americans and          ern approaches to social theory. Prerequisites: SOC
tives. Several cases are used to illustrate the emer-      American Jews. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and               12050 and junior standing, or permission. This
gence, development and decline of problems in              junior standing, or permission.                           course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive
social context. Prerequisite: None. This course may                                                                  course graduation requirement with approval of
be used to satisfy the LERs and the university Diver-                                                                major department.
sity Requirement.                                          32570 Inequality in Societies (3)
                                                           Differentiation and ranking within societies with spe-
                                                           cial emphasis on American society. Theories of            42224 Interpreting Social Data (3)
32096 Individual Investigation in Sociology (1-3)          social stratification and power are covered. Prerequi-    Emphasis on organizing, analyzing and interpreting
Readings and/or research supervised by member of           site: SOC 12050 and junior standing. This course          actual sociological research data making use of
sociology faculty. Prerequisites: SOC 12050, junior        may be used to satisfy the university Diversity           basic descriptive and inferential statistics and com-
standing, and permission of instructor.                    Requirement.                                              puter programs. Prerequisites: SOC 32210 or
                                                                                                                     32220 and permission.

32210 Researching Society (3)                              32610 Birth, Death, and Migration (3)
Survey of methods and techniques of research;              Determinants and consequences of population               42315 Sociology of Changing Gender Roles (3)
research design and data gathering instruments;            change, with emphasis on mortality, fertility and         An examination of the institutions, institutional link-
qualitative and quantitative analysis. Prerequisites:      migration. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and junior            ages and social processes that contribute to change
SOC 12050 and junior standing, or permission.              standing, or permission.                                  and stability of traditional gender roles and the con-
                                                                                                                     sequences of changes. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and
                                                                                                                     junior standing, or permission. This course may be
32220 Data Analysis (3)                                    32673 Urban Processes and Life Styles (3)                 used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.
The use of quantitative methods in the analysis of         Examination of emergence, nature and problems of
data from social research. Emphasis on descriptive         urbanization through analysis of ecology, organiza-
statistics. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and junior            tion, social psychology of urban life. Prerequisites:     42359 Social Movements (3)




                                                                                                                                                                                 Course Descriptions
standing, or permission.                                   SOC 12050 and junior standing, or permission.             Examination of various types and natures of social
                                                                                                                     movements. Will treat with origins, developmental
                                                                                                                     characteristics, and purposes of classic and con-
32221 Data Analysis Laboratory (1)                         32762 Deviant Behavior (3)                                temporary movements. Prerequisite: SOC 12050 or
Analysis of sociological data utilizing statistical and    Collective aspects of personal disorganization, soci-     permission.
electronic data processing tools. Corequisite: SOC         etal reactions to systematic collective aspects of
32220.                                                     pathological behavior-sociology of deviant behavior.
                                                           Prerequisite: SOC 12050.                                  42400 Self and Identity (3)
                                                                                                                     Examines theories and research on the origin and
32400 Individual and Society (3)                                                                                     behavioral consequences of identities, self-concept
Foundations of human interaction, process of               42010 Death and Dying (3)                                 and self-esteem; also examines the relationships
socialization, differentiation of individuals, nature of   Theoretical perspectives and research on human            between identities and emotions and between self-
collective behavior. Prerequisite: SOC 12050 and           death and dying. Emphasizes applied concerns in           concept and mental health. Prerequisite: SOC 12050
junior standing.                                           medical and helping professions. Topics include           and junior standing, or permission.
                                                           social death, death environments, ethics and sui-
                                                           cide. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and junior standing.
32510 Sociology of Work (3)                                                                                          42421 Childhood in Society (3)
Consideration of world of work across time and cul-                                                                  How socio-historical circumstances shape the per-
tures with special emphasis on American society.           42092 Internship in Sociology (3)                         ception and experience of childhood as a distinct life
Impact of work on individuals and other social insti-      Application of sociological knowledge in the work         stage. The process of childhood socialization in
tutions. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and junior stand-        setting. Assist professionals in sites including social   Western societies, particularly in the U.S. An explo-
ing, or permission.                                        services, hospitals, industry and government. Pre-        ration of the distinct role of socializing agents - par-
                                                           requisites: Junior standing, sociology major or           ents and siblings, school, peers and media.
                                                           minor, 2.50 GPA, and permission.                          Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and junior standing, or
32560 Family and Other Intimate Life Styles (3)                                                                      permission.
Historical perspective for understanding American
family systems; domestic relations, law, dating,           42093 Variable Title Workshop in Sociology (1-6)
courtship, marriage processes, factors associated          Concentrates on professional or disciplinary con-         42478 Adolescence in Society (3)
with success in marriage; alternatives to traditional      cerns. Specific content to vary according to needs of     Consideration of the social, cultural and historical
systems. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and junior               client groups. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Permission.     forces that shape the experience of this period of the
standing, or permission. This course may be used                                                                     life cycle. Includes examination of gender, class and
to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.                                                                     race differences in adolescence, the significance of
                                                           42095 Special Topics in Sociology (3)                     youth movements with an emphasis on music as a
                                                           (Repeatable for a total of 12 hours for majors)           dominant expression of youth culture. Prerequisites:
32565 Sociology of Gays/Lesbians (3)                       Offered irregularly when unusual resources and/or         SOC 12050 and junior standing, or permission.
The course examines gender, race, age, class and           opportunities permit. Topic announced when sched-
cultural differences in the experiences of gays and        uled. Prerequisites: SOC 12050 and junior standing,
lesbians, using both social movements and life-            or permission.
span perspectives. Prerequisite: SOC 12050. This
course may be used to satisfy the university Diversi-
ty Requirement.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
498                    SOC          SPAN




                       42558 Wealth, Poverty and Power (3)                        42991 Senior Seminar in Sociology (3)                   28208 Business Spanish II (3)
                       Sociological examination of economic stratification;       Focuses on opportunities to synthesize, integrate and   Terminology, organizations and modes of commu-
                       focuses on the translation of class into power via         use the information, theories and methods learned in    nication prevalent in modern Spanish business
                       politics, education and collective struggle. Prerequi-     sociology and the role of the discipline in society.    world. Presentation of materials is followed by prac-
                       site: SOC 12050 and junior standing, or permission         Prerequisite: 21 hours in SOC, including SOC 12050,     tical exercises organized in situational units. Prereq-
                                                                                  32220, 32221, 42126, senior standing.                   uisite: SPAN 28207.

                       42561     Religion: Sacred and Secular
                                 Perspectives (3)                                 43200 Social Structure and Individual Lives (3)         28209 Field Study (1-6)
                       Social context of religious ideologies and structures      Examines conceptualizations for and evidence con-       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) For residence
                       with special reference to religion in America. Prerequi-   cerning the effects of social structure on various      and/or field research in a Spanish-speaking communi-
                       sites: SOC 12050 and junior standing, or permission.       dimensions of individual lives. Prerequisite: SOC       ty. Prior to registering for this course, students must
                                                                                  12050 and junior standing, or permission.               obtain departmental approval. IP grade permissible.
                                                                                                                                          Prerequisite: One year of college language or equiva-
                       42563 Sociology of Health and Health Care (3)                                                                      lent.
                       Sociological analysis of health and illness behavior,      SPANISH (SPAN)
                       utilization of health care professions, and the orga-            For placement and credit in foreign
                       nizational, community and societal systems which                 language courses see Arts and Sci-                28212 Studies in Grammar (4)
                       deal with health and illness. Prerequisites: SOC                 ences—Foreign Language Require-                   This course provides a comprehensive grammar
                       12050 and junior standing, or permission.                        ment—Placement and Credit.                        review for students who need to improve their skills
                                                                                                                                          prior to taking advanced language courses. Prereq-
                                                                                                                                          uisite: SPAN 28202.
                       42564 Bureaucratic Organizations (3)                       18201 Elementary Spanish I (4)
                       Analysis of structure and functioning of complex           An introduction to the Spanish language in the con-
                       organizations in their cultural context. Prerequisites:    text of Hispanic cultures. Prerequisite: None. This     38211 Spanish Grammar and Composition (3)
                       SOC 12050 and junior standing, or permission.              course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                 This course provides an intensive grammar study
                                                                                                                                          and further written practice to help advanced inter-
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                                                                                                                                          mediate students express complex ideas in Spanish.
                       42568 Race and Ethnic Studies (3)                          18202 Elementary Spanish II (4)                         Prerequisite: SPAN 28202 or permission.
                       Sociological principles underlying racial and ethnic       A continuation of the introduction to the Spanish
                       relations in the United States; emphasis on social         language in the context of Hispanic cultures. Pre-
                       factors of prejudice, discrimination and assimilation      requisite: SPAN 18201 or equivalent. This course        38213 Spanish Reading and Conversation (3)
                       affecting all groups. Prerequisite: SOC 12050 and          may be used to satisfy the LERs.                        This course provides reading techniques and devel-
                       junior standing, or permission. This course may be                                                                 ops oral skills to help advanced intermediate stu-
                       used to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.                                                              dents express complex ideas in Spanish.
                                                                                  28201 Intermediate Spanish I (3)                        Prerequisite: SPAN 38211 or permission.
                                                                                  Continued development of speaking, listening, read-
                       42575 Family Patterns: a World Perspective (3)             ing and writing skills using a variety of cultural
                       Cultural variability with respect to courtship, family     materials. Prerequisite: SPAN 18202 or equivalent.      38215 Spanish Phonetics and Diction (3)
                       relationships, child rearing, and other patterns in                                                                Study of the modern Spanish sound system with
                       primitive and literate societies. Prerequisites: SOC                                                               special emphasis on pronunciation and intonation.
                       12050 and junior standing, or permission. This             28202 Intermediate Spanish II (3)                       Prerequisite: SPAN 38211 or permission.
                       course may be used to satisfy the university Diversi-      Continuation of SPAN 28201; credit may be given
                       ty Requirement.                                            for SPAN 28202 or 28206, but not for both. Prereq-
                                                                                  uisite: SPAN 28201 or equivalent.                       38231 Translation Practice: Spanish (1)
                                                                                                                                          Translation practice with Spanish texts using princi-
                       42577 Sociology of Family Violence (3)                                                                             ples and techniques learned in the lecture class. To
                       Sociological analysis of theories, research and            28206 Spanish Reading for Comprehension (3)             be taken concurrently with MCLS 30230. Corequi-
                       social policy concerning family violence: child abuse      Further develops skills and techniques for under-       site: MCLS 30230.
                       and neglect, spouse abuse, elderly abuse, marital          standing written Spanish; conducted in English.
                       rape, sexual abuse of children. Prerequisite: SOC          Credit not applicable toward Spanish major or
                       12050 and junior standing, or permission.                  minor. Students may obtain credit in SPAN 28202         38240      Conversation for Business and Special
                                                                                  or 28206, but not both. Prerequisite: SPAN 28201.                  Purposes: Spanish (3)
                                                                                                                                          Introduction to the special vocabulary of business
                       42870     Interdisciplinary Seminar in Social                                                                      and other special subject areas; introduces the con-
                                 Gerontology (3)                                  28207 Business Spanish I (3)                            cept of language for special purposes and empha-
                       Examines the particular role of the practitioner unique    Terminology, organization, modes of communica-          sizes the use of special vocabularies in
                       to gerontology using case study, cross-cultural com-       tion prevalent in modern business world of Spain        conversations in business and other settings. Pre-
                       parisons and research analysis. Prerequisite: Major        and Latin America. Presentation of materials fol-       requisite: SPAN 38213 or permission.
                       or minor in gerontology program or permission.             lowed by practical exercises organized in situational
                                                                                  units. Prerequisites: SPAN 28202 and appropriate
                                                                                  score on MLA Level II exam.                             38330 Early Spanish Literature (3)
                       42879 Aging in Society (3)                                                                                         Outline of development, reading of representative
                       Analysis of demographic, sociological and                                                                          works, to 1700. Prerequisite: SPAN 38211. This
                       sociopsychological dimensions of aging. Prerequi-                                                                  course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive
                       sites: SOC 12050 and junior standing or permis-                                                                    course graduation requirement with approval of
                       sion. This course may be used to satisfy the                                                                       major department.
                       university Diversity Requirement.
                                                                                                                                                                  SPAN          499




38331 Recent Spanish Literature (3)                        48216 Contemporary Hispanic Culture (3)                    48360 Twentieth-Century Spanish Drama (3)
Outline of development, reading of representative          A study of selected sociological, political, cultural or   Representative works of leading Spanish dramatists
works, 1700-present. Prerequisite: SPAN 38211.             economic issues in the contemporary Hispanic               of the 20th century. Prerequisites: SPAN 38421 and
This course may be used to satisfy the writing-            world. Prerequisite: 6 hours from 30000-level Span-        38331 or permission.
intensive course graduation requirement with               ish courses.
approval of major department.
                                                                                                                      48364 Generation of ‘98 and After (3)
                                                           48230 Advanced Translation Practice: Spanish (3)           Intensive reading of representative works with exam-
38334 Early Spanish-American Literature (3)                Theory and practice course that discusses translation      ination of the history leading to this group. Prerequi-
Outline of development, reading of representative          theory and emphasizes Spanish-to-English translation       sites: SPAN 38421 and 38331 or permission.
works, including indigenous literature, 1492-1882.         of selected texts in business, technology, medicine
Prerequisite: SPAN 38211. This course may be used          and law. Prerequisite: SPAN 38231. This course may
to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation         be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-    48366 The Novel of the Mexican Revolution (3)
requirement with approval of major department.             tion requirement with approval of major department.        A critical sociocultural and literary examination of
                                                                                                                      selected Mexican novels that explore a variety of
                                                                                                                      responses to the first major 20th-century mass
38335 Recent Spanish-American Literature (3)               48240 Business and Special Texts: Spanish (3)              upheaval in Latin America known as the Mexican
Outline of the development of modern Spanish-              Survey of the typical text types of business in the        Revolution. Prerequisites: 6 hours from SPAN
American literature (1882 to the present). Reading         Spanish culture and language. Practice sessions            38330, 38331, 38334, 38335.
of representative works. Prerequisite: SPAN 38211.         focus on reading and understanding specialized texts
This course may be used to satisfy the writing-            and on the translation and composition of selected
intensive course graduation requirement with               special texts in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 38211.        48370 Modernismo in Spanish-America (3)
approval of major department.                                                                                         Ruben Dario and other writers of the modernista
                                                                                                                      movement; works include modernist poetry, short
                                                           48340 Medieval Spanish Poetry (3)                          story and essay. Prerequisites: 6 hours from SPAN
38421 Civilization of Spain (3)                            Spanish poetry from its origins to 1500. Prerequi-         38330, 38331, 38334, 38335.
General survey of evolution of Spanish civilization        site: 6 hours of SPAN 38330, 38331, 38334, 38335.




                                                                                                                                                                                 Course Descriptions
from antiquity to present day. Prerequisite: SPAN
38211 or permission.                                                                                                  48372 Spanish-American Novel I (3)
                                                           48350 Don Quixote (3)                                      A cultural and literary analysis of selected major
                                                           A penetrating study of Cervantes’ masterpiece. Pre-        Spanish-American novels written between 1900 and
38424 Culture and Civilization of Latin America (3)        requisites: 6 hours from SPAN 38330, 38331,                1950. Prerequisite: 6 hours from SPAN 38330,
A thematic approach to the study of four or five rep-      38334, 38335.                                              38331, 38334, 38335.
resentative Latin American countries focusing on
19th- and 20th-century Latin American culture and
society. Prerequisite: SPAN 38211 or permission.           48351 Minor Works of Cervantes (3)                         48373 Spanish American Novel II (3)
                                                           La Numancia, Entremeses, La Galatea, Novelas ejem-         A cultural and literary analysis of selected major
                                                           plares. Prerequisites: 6 hours from SPAN 38330,            Spanish-American novels written from 1950 to the
48093 Variable Title Workshop in Spanish (1-6)             38331, 38334, 38335.                                       present. Prerequisite: 6 hours from SPAN 38330,
Workshops individually designed to provide instruc-                                                                   38331, 38334, 38335.
tion and training in specific areas of Hispanic studies.
S/U grading. Prerequisite: Departmental permission.        48352 Medieval Spanish Prose (3)
                                                           The development of medieval Spanish prose, with            48374 Modern Spanish American Drama (3)
                                                           special emphasis on La Celestina. Prerequisites: 6         Analysis of selected plays from various Spanish-
48095 Selected Topics in Spanish (3)                       hours from SPAN 38330, 38331, 38334, 38335.                American countries. Prerequisites: 6 hours from
(Repeatable for a total of 9 hours) Topic announced                                                                   SPAN 38330, 38331, 38334, 38335.
in Schedule of Classes. Prerequisite: 9 hours above
20000-level or permission.                                 48354 Neoclassicism and Romanticism (3)
                                                           Survey of neoclassicism and romanticism in Spain.          48376     Contemporary Spanish-American Short
                                                           Prerequisite: 9 hours of Spanish courses above the                   Story (3)
48096 Individual Investigation (1-3)                       SPAN 38211 level or permission.                            The development of the Spanish-American short
(Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Allows the                                                                        story from 1917 to the present. Prerequisites: 6
advanced, serious student to carry out                                                                                hours from SPAN 38330, 38331, 38334, 38335.
research/study project on Spanish literature, lan-         48356 Golden Age Prose (3)
guage or culture. Prior approval of supervising fac-       Study of the development of the various forms of
ulty member, department required. IP grade                 prose fiction during the Spanish Golden Age. Pre-          48422 Early Spanish-American Discourse (3)
permissible. Prerequisite: 6 hours of upper-division       requisites: 6 hours from SPAN 38330, 38331,                This course provides a critical analysis of cultural
Spanish literature; permission.                            38334, 38335.                                              and literary issues on texts dealing with early colo-
                                                                                                                      nial Spanish-American expression. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                      SPAN 38213 and 38334 or permission.
48215 Spanish Composition-Advanced (3)                     48358 Nineteenth-Century Novel (3)
Literary, political and commercial texts examined for      Analysis and critical interpretation of outstanding
style and structure; class assignments to aid the stu-     representatives of 19th-century novel. Prerequisites:      48423 Spanish-American Indian Discourse (3)
dents’ writing style; presentation of grammatical and      SPAN 38421 and 38331 or permission.                        This course provides a critical analysis of cultural
idiomatic expressions. Prerequisite: SPAN 38213.                                                                      and literary issues in selected excerpts of the Span-
                                                                                                                      ish-American Indian expression from pre-
                                                                                                                      Columbian to colonial times. Prerequisite: SPAN
                                                                                                                      38213 and 38334 or permission.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
500                    SPED




                       SPECIAL EDUCATION (SPED)                                    43010 Family and Professional Collaboration (3)          43051       Characteristics of Students with Moderate/
                       19201 American Sign Language I (4)                          This course provides knowledge and strategies for                    Intensive Intervention Needs (3)
                       An introduction to American Sign Language and               working with family members of exceptional indi-         Overview of specific facets and causes of severe
                       deaf culture. Development of beginning visual-              viduals and members of related professions which         disabilities, physical/psychological aspects,
                       receptive ASL skills and introductory expressive            provide services to them. Use of collaborative, inter-   family/societal responses, political trends, etiology
                       skills. Cross-listed with ASL 19201. Prerequisite :         disciplinary and interagency models in special edu-      and medical implications, educational and vocation-
                       None. This course may be used to satisfy the LERs.          cation. Twenty clinical and 10 field hours.              al programming, assessment and treatment plan-
                                                                                   Prerequisite: SPED 23000; admission to advanced          ning, assistive technology. Ten clinical/10 field
                                                                                   study.                                                   hours. Prerequisite: SPED 23000; admission to
                       19202 American Sign Language II (4)                                                                                  advanced study.
                       A continuation of the introduction to American Sign
                       Language and deaf culture. Continued development            43020 Assessment in Special Education (3)
                       of basic visual-receptive ASL skills and expressive         Use/interpretation normal- and criterion-referenced      43060       Curriculum/Methods Classroom
                       skills. Cross-listed with ASL 19202. Prerequisite:          and informal curriculum-based assessments for                        Instruction: Mild/Moderate Intervention (3)
                       ASL 19201, or SPED 19201 or equivalent. This                students with mild handicapping conditions. Eco-         Curriculum development, programming, delivery for
                       course may be used to satisfy the LERs.                     logical inventories/observation techniques for stu-      students with mild to moderate disabilities. Introduc-
                                                                                   dents with severe conditions. Ten field and 20           tion to transition planning. Emphasis on functional
                                                                                   clinical hours. Prerequisite: SPED 23000 with mini-      curriculum and adapting instructional techniques,
                       23000 Introduction to Exceptionalities (3)                  mum grade of C; admission to advanced study.             materials, assessment to meet needs. Thirty-three
                       Introduction to student exceptionalities, service deliv-    Special fee: $8.33/cr. hr.—subject to change. This       field/clinical hours. Prerequisite: SPED 43030, 43050,
                       ery and multidisciplinary team process. Focus on            course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive      all ECED and MCED methods courses; admission to
                       identification of characteristics of students with excep-   course graduation requirement with approval of           advanced study.
                       tionalities. 15 clinical/field hours. Prerequisite: None.   major department.

                                                                                                                                            43061      Curriculum/Methods Classroom
                       29201 American Sign Language III (3)                        43030     Classroom and Behavioral Management                       Instruction: Moderate/Intensive
                       Development of ASL fluency in expressive and recep-                   I: Theory and Techniques (3)                              Intervention (3)
 Course Descriptions




                       tive mode to intermediate level. Continue to increase       Theory and techniques associated with establishing,      Curriculum programming, instructional strategies,
                       awareness of deaf cultural values, customs and con-         implementing, assessing, and maintaining proce-          related assessment techniques for functional, acad-
                       versational habits. Cross-listed with ASL 29201. Pre-       dures for modifying classrooms to enhance learning       emic skills using life-span model. Emphasis on
                       requisite: ASL 19202 or SPED 19202 or equivalent.           and behavior of children/youth with disabilities.        community-based instruction, authentic assess-
                                                                                   Twenty-five field hours. Prerequisite: SPED 23000;       ment and ecological evaluations. Thirty-five field
                                                                                   admission to advanced study.                             hours. Prerequisite: SPED 43030, 43051, all ECED
                       29202 American Sign Language IV (3)                                                                                  and MCED methods courses; admission to
                       Development of ASL fluency in expressive and                                                                         advanced study.
                       receptive mode to beginning advanced. Continue to           43031      Classroom and Behavior Management II:
                       increase awareness of deaf cultural values, customs                    Application and Teaching Social Skills (3)
                       and conversational habits. Cross-listed with ASL            Application of the theory and techniques introduced      43070      Planning and Programming for
                       29202. Prerequisite: ASL 29201 or SPED 29201 or             in SPED 43030. Uses case-based instruction and                      Transitions (3)
                       equivalent.                                                 field-based experiences to address points of assess-     This course addresses life-span community partici-
                                                                                   ment, intervention, adaptation, monitoring, and gen-     pation and the planning, support development, and
                                                                                   eralizing affective and social behavior. Includes 40     services available to accomplish it. Introduction to
                       39201 American Sign Language V (3)                          field hours. Prerequisite: SPED 43030; admission to      community agencies and adult services. Ten clini-
                       Development of ASL fluency in expressive/receptive          advanced study.                                          cal/15 field hours. Prerequisite: SPED 43050 or
                       modes to advanced levels to enable communication                                                                     43051; admission to advanced study.
                       at conversational speed with unfamiliar deaf individ-
                       uals. Focus on differences in sign according to gen-        43040       Language and Reading in Special
                       der and age. Increased awareness of deaf cultural                       Education (3)                                43080      Assistive Technology for Students with
                       values, customs, conversational habits. Prerequisite:       Instructional approaches to teaching reading/lan-                   Disabilities (3)
                       ASL/SPED 29202. Admission to advanced study.                guage arts to students with disabilities. Emphasis       Examines application of high and low technology
                                                                                   on adapting instructional techniques, materials,         assistive devices for students with intensive inter-
                                                                                   assessments to meet the needs of learners with dis-      vention needs. Analysis of technology needs; selec-
                       39202 American Sign Language VI (3)                         abilities. Contains 15 clinical and 15 field hours.      tion/development of technology; training/evaluation
                       ASL fluency expressive and receptive modes to               Prerequisite: SPED 43050 or 43051; ECED 40105,           of technology use by students. Twenty clinical
                       advanced levels; enable fluent communication with           40126, 30123 or MCED 40006; admission to                 hours. Prerequisite: SPED 43050 and 43051;
                       unfamiliar deaf individuals using culturally, situa-        advanced study.                                          admission to advanced study.
                       tionally, gender and register-specific conversational
                       repair strategies when needed. Increased awareness
                       of deaf cultural values. Prerequisite: ASL/SPED             43050      Characteristics Students with                 43092 Deaf Residential School Internship (1-3)
                       39201. Admission to advanced study.                                    Mild/Moderate Intervention Needs (3)          Weeklong internship at a residential school for the
                                                                                   Definitions, causes, characteristics; social, educa-     deaf; 24-hour interaction with deaf students and
                                                                                   tional implications of learning, developmental and       adults. Students will stay on campus. Conduct,
                       40093 Workshop in SPED (1-5)                                emotional/behavioral disorders of students identi-       interaction, sign language skills, maturity, responsi-
                       Topics of special interest to students desiring to          fied with mild/moderate disabilities. Methods of         bility and performance will be evaluated by staff at
                       intensify their knowledge in particular areas. Pre-         assessment and interventions; current issues. Ten        the school. S/U grading. Prerequisite: ASL/SPED
                       senters include Kent State University faculty and           clinical and 10 field hours. Prerequisite: SPED          29202; SPED 43309, admission to advanced study.
                       other institutions. Offered irregularly. S/U grading,       23000; admission to advanced study.
                       IP permissible. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                                                                                 SPED         501




43100 Issues in Educational Interpreting (3)              43106 Classroom Setting Interpreting (3)                   43311       Instructional Planning/Programming for
Issues and concerns facing educational interpreters;      Issues and challenges of classroom-based education-                    D/HH Students (3)
legal mandates and constraints, ethical guidelines        al interpreting. Mainstreaming, inclusion, resource        IEP and transition planning strategies and program
and their application to educational environments,        room, and self-contained academic and nonacademic          content for D/HH students w/ADHD, BD, DD, VI, DB,
roles/responsibilities including sign                     class preparation and interpreting environments. Off-      LD, CMI, TBI, chronically health impaired/medically
interpreting/transliterating, team membership,            campus practicum four hours each week to observe           fragile, gifted. Curriculum and lesson development
classroom and building roles, and negotiating the         and assist with classroom interpreting. Prerequisite:      and adaptation for impacted areas. Prerequisite:
educational environment. Prerequisite: None.              ASL/SPED 19202; SPED 43100.                                Admission to advanced study; SPED 43313, mini-
                                                                                                                     mum grade B.

43101 Deaf Culture and Community (3)                      43107 Nonclassroom Setting Interpreting (3)
Exploration of historical events and figures from         Issues and challenges of nonclassroom-based educa-         43313      Literacy Assessment and Intervention for
deaf community perspective. Life experiences of           tional interpreting. Student participation with IEP-des-              D/HH Students (3)
“typical” deaf individuals as minority culture repre-     ignated related services; professional consultations;      Theoretical overview integrated linguistics curricu-
sentatives interacting with majority culture institu-     assessment interpreting; miscellaneous interpreting.       lum, reading theories: integrated approaches and
tions and processes as depicted in narrative              Off-campus practicum four hours/week to observe            characteristics of successful deaf readers. Instruct.
storytelling and folklore. Prerequisite: None.            and assist with classroom interpreting. Prerequisite:      planning, materials design/adaptation, assessment
                                                          ASL/SPED 29201; SPED 43100.                                strategies. 50 field/clin. hr. Prerequisite: Admission
                                                                                                                     to professional education; minimum grade B in
43102     Interpreting Processes Deaf                                                                                SPED 43310 and SPED 19202. Special fee:
          Hard/Hearing I (3)                              43108      American Sign Language Linguistics and          $8.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.
Beginning-level interpreting course addressing voice-                Usage (3)
to-sign and sign-to-voice processes using simultane-      Analytical study of American Sign Language syntac-
ous and consecutive strategies: ASL, SEE, Signed          tic, semantic, morphology, and pragmatics; compar-         43316     Preschool Education of the Hearing
English, Total Communication signing. Preschool,          ison of spoken languages and ASL using the Stokoe                    Impaired (3)
primary, elementary, students developmentally             system, impact of educational setting characteristics      Developing home/clinic training programs for par-
delayed through gifted academic levels. Prerequisite:     on linguistic processes. Prerequisite: SPED 29202;         ents and hearing impaired infants (0-3 yrs). Teach-




                                                                                                                                                                               Course Descriptions
ASL/SPED 29202; admission to advanced study.              admission to advanced study.                               ing speech, language, speech reading, use of
                                                                                                                     residual hearing at preschool level. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                     Senior standing.
43103     Interpreting Processes Deaf                     43109 Cued Speech and Oral Interpreting (3)
          Hard/Hearing II (3)                             Introduction to Cued Speech using hand shapes and
Intermediate/advanced level interpreting course           hand positions to differentiate between homophonous        43319      Instructional Approaches and
voice-to-sign and sign-to-voice processes using           sounds; theoretical background and development his-                   Placements for D/HH Students (3)
simultaneous and consecutive strategies: ASL, SEE         tory; oral interpreting homophonous sounds, syn-           Theory, practice, communication approaches
Signed English, Total Communication signing. Focus        onym selection processes; positioning, lighting, and       include student/family/staff competencies required
on middle school/high school/postsecondary stu-           related concerns and issues. Prerequisite: SPED            for use of oral/aural, total communication, and bi-bi
dents developmentally delayed through gifted acade-       29202; admission to advanced study.                        educational programs. Prerequisite: Admission to
mic levels. Prerequisite: ASL/SPED 39201; SPED                                                                       advanced study; SPED 43313, minimum grade B.
43102; SPED 43105; admission to advanced study.
                                                          43192 Practicum in Educational Interpreting (1-3)
                                                          (Repeated registration permitted) Field-based              43324      Curriculum Methods and Materials for
43104 Advanced Voice-to-Sign Interpreting (3)             practicum experience provides preservice education-                   D/HH Students (3)
Continued advanced level skill development in             al interpreters with opportunity to participate with       Strategies to assess, instruct, evaluate conceptually
voice-to-sign processes using simultaneous and            currently practicing master educational interpreters.      based lessons on social studies, science and math-
consecutive strategies: Advanced ASL, SEE, Signed         Students placed in education-based settings. Univer-       ematics. Adaptations of existing units to address
English, Total Communication. Dialect, idiom, idio-       sity supervisor and teacher mentor observe and             learning/linguistic needs of deaf/hard-of-hearing
syncratic language usage and patterns,                    assess student skill. Prerequisite: ASL/SPED 29202;        students. Prerequisite: Admission to advanced
regional/local variations: age, gender, register varia-   SPED 43100; admission to advanced study.                   study; SPED 43313, minimum grade B.
tions. Prerequisite: ASL/SPED 39202; SPED 43103;
admission to advanced study.
                                                          43309 Introduction to Deaf Studies (3)                     43392 Practicum: Deaf Education (1-9)
                                                          Introductory survey course to provide informational        This practicum course occurs in conjunction with all
43105     Signed English and Manually Coded               base and understanding of experiences of deaf peo-         deaf education method classes and in the final
          English Systems (3)                             ple as a culture minority. Includes etiology/preva-        semester of the interpreter program. Thirty field
Receptive and expressive use of English-based sign        lence data, service delivery systems, diagnosis/           hours per credit hour registered. S/U grading; IP
language systems; ASL root words, prefix/suffix           assessment issues and communication systems.               permissible. Prerequisite: Admission to advanced
use, simultaneous speaking and signing. Experience        Prerequisite: None.                                        study; permission of adviser.
with Signing Exact English, Total Communication
systems, Pidgin Signed English, contact sign lan-
guage, manually coded English, and English signing        43310 Language Instruction for the Deaf (3)                43529 Nature and Needs of Gifted Children (3)
systems. Prerequisite: SPED 29202; admission to           Language problems commonly demonstrated by                 Personal characteristics, abilities and potentialities
advanced study.                                           deaf/hard-of-hearing students and the educational          of gifted through review of related research. Evalua-
                                                          assessment and intervention strategies that are            tion of research findings and implications for psy-
                                                          used to address them. Prerequisites: SPED 43309,           cho-educational development. Prerequisites: PSYC
                                                          minimum grade B.                                           11762 and sophomore standing.


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
502                    SPED           SP&A




                       43530      Instructional Processes for Gifted            SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY                          34107     Language Disorders in Children and
                                  Children (3)                                  (SP&A)                                                            Adolescents (3)
                       Discovery and guidance of mentally superior children.    10001      Auditory Comprehension: Skills and           Introduction to assessment and intervention proce-
                       Provision for school attention and accommodations.                  Strategies (2)                               dures associated with language disorders in chil-
                       Case studies of gifted children. Selecting appropriate   Introduction to models and listening and their          dren and adolescents. Prerequisites: SP&A 34104
                       instructional strategies. Prerequisite: SPED 43529.      applicability to college lecture situations. Miscon-    or permission.
                                                                                ceptions, barriers, self-evaluation concepts, memo-
                                                                                ry techniques, and note-taking strategies are
                       43534      Social and Emotional Components of            included. Prerequisite: None.                           40104     Communication Disorders in Children
                                  Giftedness (3)                                                                                                  and Adolescence (3)
                       Affective growth of gifted persons is reviewed                                                                   Orientation to etiologies and remediation of com-
                       through research literature and analysis of case         10002      Introduction to Communication                munication disorders found in pediatric and adoles-
                       studies. Reviews adjustment problems of gifted                      Disorders (2)                                cent populations. Prerequisite: Not open to majors
                       youth and adults. Prerequisites: PSYC 11762 and          An introduction to speech-language and audiology.       in speech pathology and audiology.
                       sophomore standing.                                      Etiologies and manifestations of disorders of the
                                                                                speech, language and hearing process. Prerequisite:
                                                                                None.                                                   43300 Speech of the Hearing Impaired (3)
                       43981     Student Teaching in Special                                                                            Basic principles, variables and techniques for
                                 Education (4-9)                                                                                        understanding, evaluating and improving expressive
                       Provides opportunity to demonstrate skills in teach-     20202 Voice, Articulation and Phonetics (3)             communication of hearing impaired individuals.
                       ing. Students placed in education-based settings;        Personal improvement course for the development         Prerequisites: SP&A 33101, 34102 (speech pathol-
                       assume total teaching responsibilities of students       of voice, articulation and pronunciation through        ogy majors), 34105 and 43600 (education majors).
                       with exceptionalities for 200 clock hours under the      study of structures of speech mechanism with
                       supervision of the school-based mentor teacher and       intensive drills and practice. Prerequisite: None.
                       the university supervisor. S/U grading; IP permissi-                                                             43402 Audiometry (3)
                       ble. Prerequisite: Admission to advanced study; all                                                              Measurement of human hearing by pure-tone and
                       professional education coursework. Corequisite:          33101 Hearing Science (3)                               speech audiometry; evaluation of middle ear func-
 Course Descriptions




                       SPED 49525.                                              Acoustics, psychoacoustics, bioacoustics, anatomy       tion by immittance audiometry; screening tech-
                                                                                and physiology of the ear. Prerequisite: None.          niques; pathologies of the conductive and
                                                                                                                                        sensorineural systems. Prerequisite: SP&A 33101
                       43991 Seminar in Special Education (1-3)                                                                         (grade of C or better or equivalent).
                       Undergraduate seminar in special education; varied       34102 Applied Phonetics (3)
                       topics. Prerequisite: Admission to advanced study.       Basic principles of speech production and phonetic
                                                                                transcriptions of English with the International Pho-   43404 Aural Rehabilitation (3)
                                                                                netic Alphabet; emphasis on General American            Basic principles, variables and techniques for
                       43992 Field Experience in Special Education (2-4)        Dialect. Prerequisite: None.                            understanding, evaluating and improving receptive
                       Provides opportunity to observe master teachers                                                                  communication of hearing-impaired individuals.
                       and begin working with students. Students are                                                                    Prerequisites: SP&A 33101, 34102, 43402 (speech
                       placed in education-based settings and work with a       34103 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech (3)              pathology and audiology majors), 43600 (education
                       team of professionals to understand techniques for       Functional anatomy and physiology of the respirato-     of hearing impaired majors).
                       providing services to students with exceptionalities.    ry, phonatory, articulatory and neural systems as
                       Five seminar meetings. S/U grading; IP permissible.      they are used in speech production by talkers with
                       Prerequisite: Admission to advanced study; all pro-      normal and abnormal speech. Prerequisite: None.         43492 Clinical Preparation in Audiology (2)
                       fessional education coursework.                                                                                  Lab exercises and practical experiences in audio-
                                                                                                                                        metric procedures, test interpretation, counseling
                                                                                34104 Speech and Language Development (3)               and management of the hearing-impaired. Corequi-
                       43996     Individual Investigation in Special            Normal development and linguistic analysis of lan-      site: SP&A 43402.
                                 Education (2-3)                                guage systems including phonology, morphology,
                       IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: Permission.          syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Prerequisite:
                                                                                SP&A 34102, ENG 31001 or permission.                    43506 Special Issues in Audiology (3)
                                                                                                                                        Readings and discussion of classic and current
                       49525      Inquiry Seminar into Professional                                                                     research on the evaluation of hearing disorders.
                                  Practice (3)                                  34105     Phonemic Bases of Speech and                  Prerequisite: SP&A 43402.
                       Focus on effective, ethical, and responsible implica-              Language (3)
                       tion of professional practice. Provides vehicle to       Fundamental processes related to production and
                       articulate and demonstrate professional competen-        perception of spoken language, with parallels to        43600 Fundamentals of Educational Audiology (3)
                       cies, commitment, and ethical decision-making for        writing and reading; particular application to normal   Auditory development and function/dysfunction;
                       providing services to students. Prerequisite: Admis-     and hearing-impaired children and adolescents. For      auditory assessment and family counseling; selec-
                       sion to advanced study; all professional education       nonmajors only. Prerequisite: None.                     tion and fitting of personal and classroom amplifica-
                       coursework. Corequisite: SPED 43981.                                                                             tion; care and maintenance of amplification
                                                                                                                                        systems; collaboration of professionals in audiology
                                                                                34106 Articulatory and Phonological Disorders (3)       and education; communication approaches accord-
                               Note: Field experience includes semi-            Assessment and remediation of disorders of articu-      ing to varying levels of hearing loss; classroom
                               nars, participation and evaluation               lation and phonology. Prerequisites: SP&A 34102,        environments conducive to auditory and academic
                               under supervision of experienced per-            34104, or permission.                                   learning. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
                               sonnel.
                                                                                                                                               SP&A           TECH          503




44096      Independent Study: Speech Pathology          10001 Information Technology (3)                         15740 Elements of Flight Theory (5)
           and Audiology (2-6)                          Introduction to the operation and use of computer        Basic instruction in all areas which gives the student
Readings and/or research on problems approved by        systems in technology-related applications. Labora-      aeronautical knowledge required for a private pilot
chairman of department in consultation with stu-        tory assignments include the use of microcomputers       certificate. IP grade permissible. Corequisite: TECH
dent’s adviser and project director. IP grade permis-   for solving technical problems. Prerequisite: None.      15741 or permission.
sible. Prerequisite: Senior speech major.

                                                        11051 Survey of Technology Education (2)                 15741 Private Pilot Flight (3)
44110 Speech Science (3)                                Orientation course for technology education majors       Flight course consisting of instruction and solo
Consideration of physiological and acoustic charac-     and minors. Study of technology education teaching       practice designed to fulfill FAA requirements for a
teristics of normal speech production and perception    profession. Prerequisite: None.                          private pilot certificate. IP grade permissible. Coreq-
with implications for speech and hearing disorders.                                                              uisite: TECH 15740 or permission. Special fee:
Prerequisites: SP&A 34102, 34106 or equivalent.                                                                  $1,697/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                        11071 Woods Technology I (3)
                                                        Provides experience in fundamental hand and
44111 Neural Processes (3)                              machine processes in wood fabrication. Projects are      20001 Energy/Power (3)
Anatomy and physiology of the nervous system            designed, planned and constructed by the student         Study of basic thermodynamic laws and how they
underlying human neuromotor movements. Topics           according to curricular needs and interests. Prereq-     apply to the conversion and transfer of heat energy
include: definition and fundamental concepts, affer-    uisite: None.                                            into useful power. Prerequisite: None.
ent and effert systems, cortical anatomy and func-
tion, cranial nerves, theories of brain function and
neural maturation and learning. Prerequisite: SP&A      11083 Technical Drawing and Sketching (3)                20002 Materials and Processes (3)
34103 or permission of the instructor.                  State-of-the-art experiences and fundamentals of         Study and practice addressing the nature of basic
                                                        sketching, lettering, blueprint reading, orthographic    manufacturing materials and the processes by which
                                                        projection, dimensioning, sectioning, single and         they are converted into manufactured products.
44112       Age-Related Changes in                      double auxiliaries, isometric, oblique, perspectives     Includes laboratory experience. Prerequisite: None.
            Communication (3)                           and fasteners. Prerequisite: None.




                                                                                                                                                                             Course Descriptions
Nonpathological age-related changes in speech, lan-
guage and voice. Topics include: structural changes                                                              20004 Electrical Circuits I (3)
in orofacial, laryngeal and respiratory mechanism;      13022 Radio Code (1)                                     Introduction to electric circuit analysis. Voltage, cur-
sequelae for speech, language and voice in the          Beginner’s course in Morse Code, including receiv-       rent, resistance, power. Analysis of series and paral-
elderly; effects of age on swallowing; facilitating     ing, copying, sending, FCC license requirements,         lel networks. Network theorems, mesh and nodal
conversational interactions with elderly individuals.   message centers, traffic control.                        analysis. Capacitor and inductor circuits. Includes
Prerequisite: None.                                                                                              laboratory. Prerequisite: MATH 12001 or equivalent.

                                                        13580 Engineering Graphics I (3)
44130 Communication Disorders of the Aging (2)          Technique of engineering drawing, lettering, instru-     21021 Survey of Electricity and Electronics (4)
Hearing, speech and language disorders in geriatric     ment use, freehand drawing, orthogonal projection,       Survey of DC and AC circuits, electronic devices,
population. Symptoms, causes and treatment: nor-        sections, single and double auxiliaries, dimensioning,   amplifiers, sensors and transducers, digital circuits,
mal changes in hearing, language and speech             screw threads, charts and graphs. Prerequisite: None.    motors, generators and controls. Includes laboratory.
accompanying aging process. Prerequisite: Senior                                                                 Not intended for industrial technology majors. Pre-
standing or permission. Majors: elective credit only.                                                            requisite: MATH 12001 or corequisite MATH 11022.
                                                        15000 Introduction to Aeronautics (3)
                                                        Introduction to aeronautical and aerospace technol-
44310 Clinical Procedures (3)                           ogy including historical development, underlying         21046 Graphic Communications Technology I (3)
Examination of evaluative and therapeutic proce-        science and technical applications. The past, pre-       An orientation to layout, composition and press
dures used with communicatively impaired children       sent and future social-economic, technical and           operations as applied to the graphic communica-
and adults. Prerequisite: SP&A 34103 or 34106, or       political impact of aviation are also explored. Pre-     tions processes of lithography, screen and relief
senior standing.                                        requisite: None.                                         printing. Prerequisite: None.


44492      Clinical Preparation in Speech-Language      15100 Women and Minorities in Aviation (3)               21061 Welding Technology I (2)
           Pathology (2)                                Course examines the roles and contributions of           Practice and theory of welding and cutting, welding
Fundamental evaluation and management proce-            women and minorities in aviation and the historical,     equipment, safety, welding symbols, materials. Pre-
dures of individuals with communication disorders,      social, technological and political impact they have     requisite: TECH 20002 or equivalent.
including supervised observation. Corequisite:          had on aviation and the aerospace industry. Prereq-
SP&A 44310. This course may be used to satisfy          uisite : None.
the writing-intensive course graduation requirement                                                              22095 Special Topics in Technology (1-4)
with approval of major department.                                                                               (Repeated registration permitted) Various special top-
                                                        15641 Private Pilot Flight (3)                           ics to be announced in the Schedule of Classes, offer-
                                                        Flight course designed to fulfill FAA requirements       ing current topics in technology-based areas of study.
TECHNOLOGY (TECH)                                       for private pilot license. Prerequisites: 2.25 GPA;      IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: Permission.
        Technology                                      corequisite: TECH 15740. IP grade permissible.
        Aeronautics                                     Special fee: $706/cr. hr.—subject to change.
        Industrial Technology
        Technology Education


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
504                    TECH




                       22100 Training Topics in Technology (1-4)                31032 Power Technology (3)                               33033 Hydraulics/Pneumatics (3)
                       (Repeated registration permitted) Specialized            Principles of energy conversion and power applica-       Fluid properties, hydraulic design, viscosity,
                       instruction oriented primarily to the theoretical base   tion. Overview of basic heat engines, machines and       hydraulic components, pumps, systems and cir-
                       and application of current technology developed by       transmission devices. Alternative energy systems         cuits, maintenance and safety, pneumatics, air sys-
                       experts in the specific technology. This course is       and conservation techniques. Prerequisites: TECH         tems control and design. Prerequisites: MATH
                       repeatable as the specific topics will vary. Prerequi-   20004 and 20001.                                         12001; PHY 23101 or 13001.
                       site: Permission.

                                                                                31047 Graphic Communications Technology II (2)           33056     Cooperative Education-Professional
                       23224 Electrical Circuits II (3)                         Advanced course in graphic communications                          Development (1-6)
                       Intermediate electric circuit analysis. Reactance,       processes with emphasis on procedures involved in        Supervised work-study experience in approved
                       impedance, network theorems and analysis. Reso-          special effect lithographic techniques, multiple         business or industrial environment relevant to the
                       nance in series and parallel circuits. Applications.     imposition, pin registration and production opera-       student’s major. IP grade permissible. Prerequi-
                       Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: TECH 20004.           tions. Prerequisite: TECH 21046.                         sites: Sophomore with 2.25 GPA and permission.
                                                                                                                                         This course may be used to satisfy the writing-
                                                                                                                                         intensive course graduation requirement with
                       23581 Computer-Aided Engineering Graphics (3)            31055 Plastics Technology I (1)                          approval of major department.
                       Study of working drawings, descriptive geometry,         Design and development of ideas in plastics; study
                       geometrical tolerancing, structural/weldments,           of the plastic industry, occupations, materials, prod-
                       cams, gears, piping, and considerable time with the      ucts and processes. Prerequisite: Junior or senior       33095     Special Topics: Applied Science and
                       Hewlett Packard 900 CAD system. Prerequisites:           standing.                                                          Technology (1-3)
                       TECH 10001, 13580.                                                                                                Special topics of immediate interest in applied sci-
                                                                                                                                         ence and technology. Repeated registration permit-
                                                                                31065 Cast Metals (3)                                    ted. Prerequisite: Junior standing and permission.
                       25250 Elements of Aviation Weather (2)                   Principles and processes of metal casting with
                       Aviation weather provides an up-to-date and expand-      focus on current industrial practices. Includes labo-
                       ed course for professional pilots and others whose       ratory experience with nonferrous metals and             33111 Strength of Materials (3)
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                       interest in weather is primarily in its application to   industrial tours. Prerequisite: None.                    An analytical study of the relaxation between the
                       flying. Prerequisite: TECH 15000 or permission.                                                                   external forces applied to elastic materials and the
                                                                                                                                         resulting deformations and stresses. Prerequisite:
                                                                                31067 Machining Technology I (3)                         PHY 32551 or permission.
                       25743 Commercial Pilot Flight I (2)                      Lecture and laboratory experiences in basic machine
                       Advanced flight course providing flight instruction      tool principles and processes. Prerequisite: None.
                       for the commercial pilot. Primary emphasis is on                                                                  33220 Analog Electronics (3)
                       cockpit resource management, advanced naviga-                                                                     Introduction to nonlinear devices. Diodes and appli-
                       tional practices and basic instrument instruction.       31071 Woods Technology II (2)                            cations. Bipolar and field effect transistors. Biasing
                       Prerequisite: TECH 15740, 15741 or permission.           Emphasis on basic woodworking machinery process-         techniques, applications in amplifier circuits and as
                       Special fee: $3,024/cr. hr.—subject to change.           es, fundamental construction and materials. Project      electronic switches. Includes laboratory. Prerequi-
                                                                                design and development. Prerequisite: TECH 11071.        site: TECH 23224.

                       31000 Cultural Dynamics of Technology (3)
                       Study of technology and the forces it exerts upon        31087 Design for Technology Education (3)                33222 Digital Design and Applications (3)
                       society. Prerequisite: None. This course may be          Design as creative process. Individual and group         Introduction to digital electronics systems and
                       used to satisfy the writing-intensive course gradua-     experiences in problem solving. Relevance to art,        applications. Topics include number systems, logic
                       tion requirement with approval of major department.      industry and education. Prerequisite: TECH 13580.        gates, switching algebra, combinational and
                                                                                                                                         sequential logic circuit analysis, and minimization
                                                                                                                                         techniques. Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: TECH
                       31015 Construction Technology (3)                        32002 Materials and Processes II (3)                     20004 or 21021.
                       Laboratory, lecture and field experience which relate    Advanced study and practice in materials and
                       to the construction industry and its relationship to     processes. Emphasis will be upon developing skills
                       our society. Prerequisite: None.                         and knowledge in producing a product, and con-           33223 Electronic Communication (3)
                                                                                ducting problem-solving activities. Prerequisite:        Electronic circuits and systems with emphasis on
                                                                                TECH 20002.                                              their application in communications systems. Pre-
                       31016 Manufacturing Technology (3)                                                                                requisite: TECH 33220 or permission.
                       Classroom, laboratory and field experiences involv-
                       ing the major aspects of a manufacturing enterprise,     33016       PC/Network Engineering and
                       including product design, production, financing and                  Troubleshooting (3)                          33225 Industrial Control Systems (3)
                       marketing. Prerequisite: TECH 20002.                     A course covering the service, maintenance, upgrade      The application of electronics to the control of
                                                                                and optimization of personal computers. Specifica-       industrial machines and processes. Includes labora-
                                                                                tion, installation and maintenance of local area net-    tory. Prerequisite: TECH 33220.
                       31020 Automated Manufacturing (3)                        works will be covered. Students will learn
                       Theory and operation of computer controlled machine      communication protocols and network architecture.
                       tools, robots and processes. Prerequisite: None.         Two lectures and two labs. Prerequisite: EERT 22014.     33363 Metallurgy and Materials Science (3)
                                                                                                                                         Scientific study of modern manufacturing materials
                                                                                                                                         (metals, plastics and ceramics) and the laboratory
                                                                                                                                         test methods used to determine their manufacturing
                                                                                                                                         specifications and properties. Prerequisite: Junior
                                                                                                                                         standing.
                                                                                                                                                              TECH          505




33580 Engineering Graphics for Electronics (3)            35040 Aircraft Systems I (3)                             35746 Commercial Pilot Theory (2)
Use of CAD techniques in the generation of electronic     Introduction to various aircraft systems including       Comprehensive instruction covering all areas neces-
circuit schematics and related drawings. Includes the     electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems and         sary to exercise the privileges of a commercial pilot.
design and implementation of printed circuit boards.      their performance as applied to aircraft. Prerequi-      Prerequisite: TECH 35644, 35645; or permission.
Includes laboratory. Prerequisites: TECH 33220.           sites: TECH 15000, MATH 12001 and PHY
                                                          13001/13002 or PHY 23101/23102; or permission.
                                                                                                                   35747 Commercial Pilot Flight III (2)
34000 Computer Animation II (3)                                                                                    Comprehensive flight course for the professional
Continuation of the study and technology applica-         35095 Special Topics in Aeronautics (1-3)                pilot candidate to meet the requirements of the FAA
tions of computer animation with emphasis on cam-         Specialized offerings of interest in response to         commercial pilot certificate. Major emphasis on
era usage and the production of a comprehensive           emerging or needed curricular needs in aeronautics.      complex aircraft operations. Prerequisites: TECH
animation project involving the Animation Thought         Topics will be announced in the Schedule of              35644 and 35645; corequisite: TECH 35746;
Process (ATP). Prerequisite: CADT 22004.                  Classes. Repeat registration permitted. Prerequisite:    pre/corequisite: TECH 35647. Special fee: $2,389/cr.
                                                          Aeronautics sophomore or permission.                     hr.—subject to change.

34001 Computer Animation III (3)
Continued study of practical technology applications      35101 Helicopter Theory and Operation (2)                36008 Ergonomics in Computer Systems (3)*
of computer animation with emphasis on scripting          Study of the helicopter that includes rotor system       Laboratory course using a man-machine systems
code writing, systems line variables and fluent realism   dynamics, control functions, major components,           engineering approach to derive ergonomic solutions
factors within the ATP. Prerequisite: TECH 34000.         operation and performance. Prerequisite: TECH            in software. Students will analyze problems and
                                                          15000.                                                   design solutions for the end user. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                   COMT 21003.
34002 Advanced CAD II (3)
Continuation of CADT 22000 with an emphasis on            35150 Aircraft Structures (3)
the use of a Parametric-based CAD software (PRO-          Aircraft structural design investigations dealing with   36095      Special Topics in Computer
ENGINEER) for the design and modeling of industri-        theory and applications in the aviation industry. Pre-              Technology (2 or 3)*
al products. Prerequisite: MERT 12001 and CADT            requisites: TECH 15000, MATH 12001, and PHY              Various special courses will be announced in the




                                                                                                                                                                             Course Descriptions
22000 or permission.                                      13001/13002 or PHY 23101/23102; or permission.           Schedule of Classes under this course number with
                                                          Special fee: $25/cr. hr.—subject to change.              different section numbers. Prerequisite: Permission.

34003 Animation Theory (3)
A comprehensive course on the history and current         35340 Airport Management (3)                             36310 Multimedia Development Tools (3)
status and future of animation featuring the masters      Introduction to the many functions which are             Course focuses on advanced technologies for Web
of animation, their landmark achievements and the         involved in the operation and management of an air-      development, including DHTML, plug-ins, etc. Stu-
processes they unveiled. Claymation, Stop-Motion,         port. Prerequisite: TECH 15000 or permission.            dents will learn to create more interactive and
Anime, Commercial and Forensic animations will be                                                                  dynamic Web sites. Prerequisites: COMT 21011 and
covered. Prerequisite: None.                                                                                       COMT 21036, or COMT faculty permission.
                                                          35341 Air Transportation Systems (3)
                                                          Descriptive course in airline operations as seen from
34004      Technology of Light, Color, Design and         the air carrier’s business perspective. Emphasis is      36311 Advanced Java Programming (4)
           Layout (2)                                     on business practices and techniques unique to avia-     Laboratory course using Java abstract data types
A course dealing with the study of the technical          tion. Prerequisite: TECH 15000 or permission.            and objects, object-oriented/event-driven design,
principles and applications of light, color, design                                                                file organization and access and systems program-
and layout to the production of computer animation                                                                 ming concepts. Prerequisite: COMT 20011.
for engineering materials and products. Prerequi-         35644 Instrument Flight Theory (3)
site: CADT 22004.                                         Comprehensive instruction presenting theoretical
                                                          and practical aspects of instrument and weather fly-     36336 Web Scripting II (3)
                                                          ing. Prerequisites: TECH 15740 and 25250; corequi-       This course will focus more in-depth on selected
35001 Aircraft Fabrication (3)                            site: TECH 35645; or permission.                         scripting topics needed to create interactive and
The study and laboratory practice of government-                                                                   dynamic Web sites. Prerequisite: COMT 21036 or
approved procedures used in the fabrication, repair                                                                COMT faculty permission.
and testing of certificated aircraft. Prerequisites:      35645 Instrument Pilot Flight (2)
TECH 15000, MATH 12001 and PHY 13001.                     Comprehensive flight course for the professional
                                                          pilot candidate to meet the requirements of the FAA      36401     Applications of Technology Management
                                                          instrument rating. Prerequisites: TECH 25250 and                   Software (3)
35020 Aircraft Propulsion Systems (3)                     25743 or permission; corequisite: TECH 35644.            Combination of computer and business applications
A study of reciprocating engines, aircraft propellers     Special fee: $2,859/cr. hr.—subject to change.           for managing technology within an organization.
and turbine engines. Course investigates basic theo-                                                               Focus is on using emerging computer software pro-
ry, component function, performance characteris-                                                                   grams for the enhancement of decision making.
tics and propulsion-related systems. Prerequisites:       35647 Commercial Pilot Flight II (2)                     Course is 2 hours lecture, 1 hour lab. Prerequisite:
TECH 15000, MATH 12001, and PHY 13001/13002               Comprehensive flight course for the professional         BMRT 11000, COMT 11000, MATH 11011 or per-
or PHY 23101/23102; or permission.                        pilot candidate with emphasis on commercial flight       mission.
                                                          maneuvers and instrument flight review. IP grade
                                                          permissible. Prerequisites: TECH 35644, 35645, or
                                                          permission. Special fee: $2,315.50/cr. hr., Fixed
                                                          Wing—subject to change.


*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
506                    TECH




                       36415 Customer Service Technology (3)                    41051      Foundations and Contemporary Theories          43002 Graphics Design Technology (3)
                       Analysis and definition of customer satisfaction with               of Technology Education (3)                    A course of study in the technology of creating
                       an emphasis on quality customer service that             This course explores the history, contemporary the-       knowledge and effects using computer-graphics
                       includes technique for assessing company service         ories and practices of technology education. Includ-      concepts to create photo-realistic composite images
                       efforts and developing customer satisfaction pro-        ed are site visits to exemplary technology education      and to restore and enhance a wide array of images.
                       grams. Prerequisite: Junior standing; BMRT 11000         programs. Prerequisites: None.                            Prerequisite: CADT 22004.
                       or faculty permission.

                                                                                41052      Technology Education for Elementary            43003 Multimedia and Virtual Reality II (2)
                       36595      Special Topics in Microsoft                              School (3)                                     A continuation of CADT 22005. The course deals
                                  Certification (3)                             Using discussion, laboratory experience and field         with technical advanced concepts in multimedia and
                       Special topics courses which prepare students for        experiences, this course explores technology edu-         virtual reality in product development using Lingo to
                       microsoft professional certifications. Repeat regis-     cation as it relates to all content areas of the K-12     craft a production that fits any delivery environment.
                       tration permitted. Prerequisite: permission.             curriculum. Prerequisite: None.Special fee:               Prerequisite: CADT 22005.
                                                                                $5/semester.—subject to change.

                       41000     Technology Education Laboratory                                                                          43004 UNIX Scripting with Applications (2)
                                 Service and Maintenance (2)                    41055 Industrial Practice (1-8)                           A course in the use of UNIX scripting for animation
                       Study and application of the knowledge of service        Practical experience in industry of cooperative           and multimedia development. Prerequisite: COMT
                       and maintenance as applied to the laboratory and         work-study nature. Prerequisite: Junior standing.         21095 (ST: Object Oriented Language) or equiva-
                       equipment found within a comprehensive technolo-                                                                   lent; TECH 43001.
                       gy education program. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
                                                                                41093      Variable Title Workshop in
                                                                                           Technology (1-3)                               43026 Microprocessor Systems (3)
                       41001 Methods in Technology Education (3)                (Repeatable for a total of 6 credits) Specialized         Introduction to the architecture, operation and
                       Methods of teaching curriculum development and           instructional unit oriented primarily to the applica-     applications of an advanced microprocessor, focus-
                       evaluation which are unique to the profession of         tion of current theoretical principles developed by       ing on assembly language programming and inter-
 Course Descriptions




                       technology education. Prerequisite: 30 hours of          the technological community. S/U grading, IP per-         facing of standard programmable peripherals.
                       technology education. This course may be used to         missible. Prerequisite: None.                             Prerequisite: TECH 33222.
                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation
                       requirement with approval of major department.
                                                                                41096,    41196 Individual Investigation In               43080 Industrial and Environmental Safety (3)
                                                                                                 Technology Education (1-4)               Examines the Occupational Safety and Health Act
                       41002 Organization in Technology Education (3)           (Repeatable for a total of 4 hours) Individual investi-   and fundamentals of industrial safety programs.
                       Principles and practices involved in housing, equip-     gation course. IP grade permissible. Prerequisites:       Prerequisite: None.
                       ping, organizing, maintaining and operating indus-       Student must have completed 50 hours of technolo-
                       trial arts/technology education courses.                 gy education and have an approved proposal with
                       Prerequisite: Junior standing.                           faculty member prior to registering for this course.      43096      Individual Investigation in Applied
                                                                                                                                                     Science and Technology (1-3)
                                                                                                                                          Work study of an individual nature on a topic in a field
                       41037      Introduction to Driver and Traffic Safety     42100 Training Topics in Technology (1-4)                 of applied science and technology. IP grade permissi-
                                  Education (2)                                 (Repeated registration permitted) Specialized             ble. Prerequisite: Junior standing and permission.
                       Driving task analysis. Investigation of human, envi-     advanced instruction oriented primarily to the theo-
                       ronmental and other conditions which affect teach-       retical base and application of current technology
                       ing of driver education. Theoretical and laboratory      developed by experts in the specific technology.          43132 Manufacturing Engineering Project (2)
                       applications. Prerequisites: Driver’s license; junior    This course requires substantial base knowledge           Problem selected by students and instructors to
                       standing or permission.                                  and is repeatable as the specific topics will vary.       develop students in desired specialty or strengthen
                                                                                Prerequisite: Permission.                                 students in lesser field or prepare students for spe-
                                                                                                                                          cific employment. IP grade permissible. Prerequi-
                       41038      Organization and Instruction Methods in                                                                 site: Permission of instructor.
                                  Driver and Traffic Safety Education (2)       43000 Advanced Animation Development (2)
                       Principles and practices of organization and admin-      This project-based course is a continuation of TECH
                       istration of high school and special driver education    34001 with emphasis on preproduction considera-           43220 Electrical Machinery (3)
                       programs; including evasive and emergency driving        tion, character design, advanced modeling tools,          Principles of operation and application of motors,
                       and motorcycle safety. Prerequisite: TECH 41037.         texturing, and post-animation production. Prerequi-       generators, transformers and other magnetic
                                                                                site: TECH 34001.                                         devices; electrical power generation, distribution
                                                                                                                                          and use. Prerequisite: TECH 23224.
                       41039     Personality and Psychological Factors in
                                 Driver and Traffic Safety Education (2)        43001     Technology of Media and Film
                       Prepares teachers to qualify for certification in dri-             Production (2)                                  43221 Control Systems and Robotics (3)
                       ver education. Prerequisite: TECH 41037.                 A course dealing with the technical and business          Theory and application of open loop and closed
                                                                                aspects of pre- and postproduction planning for           loop systems in measurement, manufacturing, sim-
                                                                                multimedia, video or film projects. Covers a system-      ulation, aircraft flight control and other areas. Pre-
                                                                                atic approach to content organization and develop-        requisites: TECH 43026; MATH 12003.
                                                                                ment, scripting, visualization proposal development
                                                                                contracts, budgets and legal issues. Prerequisite:
                                                                                TECH 34001, TECH 34004.
                                                                                                                                                             TECH          507




43550 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (3)                  45130 Physiology and Human Factors of Flight (3)          45648 Theory of Flight Instruction (2)
The application of computers to the preparation of      A study of the interaction of the human body with         Detailed fundamentals of teaching flight and ground
machine tool control programs. Prerequisite: Senior     the aerospace environment and those human fac-            instruction and the analysis of flight techniques, to
standing or permission.                                 tors that affect aircraft operation. Prerequisite: TECH   meet requirements of FAR’s Part 61.185 (a). Pre-
                                                        15000 or permission.                                      requisite: TECH 35746, 35747; corequisite: TECH
                                                                                                                  45649; or permission.
43580 Computer-Aided Machine Design (3)
Application of the principles of mechanics and          45150 Applied Flight Dynamics I (3)
strength of materials, with computer assistance, to     An applied aircraft flight dynamics course that           45649 Flight Instructor/Airplanes (2)
the design and selection of machine components          demonstrates aircraft, engine and propeller perfor-       Flight course with emphasis on instructing tech-
under both static and dynamic loads. Prerequisites:     mance with the overall flight performance and sta-        niques in aircraft from right seat. Includes student
TECH 10001, 33111; MATH 12002; PHY 13001,               bility of the typical light airplane. Includes flight     evaluation techniques to meet FAR requirements for
32551.                                                  testing laboratory participation. Prerequisites:          CFI. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: TECH 35746,
                                                        MATH 11012 or 12002, PHY 13001/13002 or PHY               35747; corequisite: TECH 45648. Special fee:
                                                        23101/23102 and TECH 15000; or permission.                $2,080.50/cr. hr., Fixed Wing—subject to change.
43640 Photo-Lithography (2)
Technical study of the theory and practice of photo-
lithography as a major printing process including a     45151 Applied Flight Dynamics II (3)                      45651 Flight Instructor—Instruments (2)
review of camera work, plate and press operations.      An applied flight dynamics course that demon-             Flight course with emphasis on flight instructing
Prerequisites: TECH 21046 and 31047.                    strates aircraft performance, dynamics, operating         techniques involved with instrument flight and ATC
                                                        characteristics, and propulsion of both light air-        procedures. Student evaluations included. IP grade
                                                        planes and high speed, high altitude aircraft.            permissible. Prerequisites: TECH 45648 and 45649.
43700 Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3)             Includes flight testing laboratory participation. IP      Special fee: $1,149/cr. hr., Fixed Wing—subject to
Study of the computer-integrated manufacturing          grades permissible. Prerequisite: TECH 35020,             change.
system as it relates to product design, estimating,     45150 and PHY 32562: or permission.
inventory, machining and assembly, quality control
and distribution. Prerequisite: Senior standing or                                                                45653 Multi-Engine Pilot Flight (1)




                                                                                                                                                                            Course Descriptions
permission.                                             45250 Aviation Law and Safety (3)                         The course provides the required ground and flight
                                                        Study of federal, state and local laws and enforce-       instruction necessary to qualify students for the
                                                        ments. Defines major causes of aircraft accidents.        multi-engine rating from the FAA. IP grade permis-
43800     Applied Engineering Technology                Emphasis on safety and prevention of violations.          sible. Prerequisite: TECH 35747. Special fee:
          Seminar (2)                                   Includes actual case studies. Prerequisite: TECH          $3,428/cr. hr.—subject to change.
An individual or group project involving the solution   15000 or permission.
of a problem through the application of technology.
Prerequisite: Technology senior or permission.                                                                    45655 Advanced Multi-Engine Pilot Flight (1)
                                                        45291 Aerospace Senior Seminar (1)                        Ground flight instruction for proficiency and required
                                                        Seminar on selected topics relating to problems,          hours in preparation for multi-engine instruction. IP
45030 Aircraft Systems II (3)                           issues and conditions of employment within the            grade permissible. Prerequisite: TECH 45653. Spe-
Application and performance of various electrical,      aerospace industry. S/U grading only. Prerequisite:       cial fee: $2,198/cr. hr.—subject to change.
mechanical, hydraulic and computer systems as           Aerospace senior or permission.
applied to aircraft. Prerequisites: TECH 35040 or
permission. This course may be used to satisfy the                                                                45657 Multi-Engine Flight Instructor (1)
writing-intensive course graduation requirement         45340 Aircraft Maintenance (3)                            This course provides the necessary ground and
with approval of major department.                      Fundamentals of aircraft maintenance and resolving        flight instruction to professionally qualify students
                                                        maintenance problems on the flight line. Prerequi-        for the multi-engine instructor rating by the FAA. IP
                                                        sites: Aerospace senior and permission.                   grade permissible. Prerequisites: TECH 45655 or
45092      Aeronautical Internship/Cooperative                                                                    equivalent, and TECH 45649. Special fee: $2,403/cr.
           Education (1-2)                                                                                        hr.—subject to change.
(Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Work experience     45349 Systems Maintenance and Reliability (5)
in aerospace/aviation industry or related activity,     Combines theories of systems and operations with
laboratory or student professional organization. Pre-   practical experience to meet FAA standards for an         45659 Basic Aerobatic Flight (1)
requisite: Permission.                                  airframe and powerplant license. 300 hours shop           Consists of 15 hours of ground school and 15
                                                        experience. Prerequisite: TECH 45340.                     hours of flight training reviewing commercial
                                                                                                                  maneuvers and introducing basic aerobatic maneu-
45096 Individual Investigation in Aeronautics (1-3)                                                               vers and related classroom theory. Prerequisites:
Work study of an individual nature on a topic relat-    45350 Avionics (3)                                        2.25 GPA; TECH 25645, and permission. Special
ing to the aeronautical/aerospace industry. Repeat-     A study of aviation electronic systems in flight vehi-    fee: $728—subject to change.
able for a total of 6 hours. IP grade permissible.      cles that pertain to communication, navigation and
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and permission.        air traffic control systems. Prerequisites: PHY
                                                        13001/13002 or PHY 23101/23102, TECH 15000                45700 Aircraft Design (4)
                                                        and 21021; or permission.                                 Preliminary design of a fixed-wing aircraft for a spe-
45121 Advanced Aerospace Propulsion (3)                                                                           cific mission: weight estimates; wing planform, air-
A study of gas turbine and rocket engines as aero-                                                                foil and propulsion selection; airframe configuration
space propulsion systems. Includes laboratory                                                                     and layout design; performance analysis; and over-
experience related to component function and sys-                                                                 all systems integration. Prerequisites: PHY
tem performance. Prerequisites: Aerospace technol-                                                                13001/13002 or PHY 23101/23102, TECH 15000
ogy major and TECH 35020; or permission.                                                                          and 21021; or permission. Corequisites/prerequi-
                                                                                                                  sites: TECH 45030, 45350, 45150; or permission.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
508                    TECH          THEA




                       45710 Turbine Engine Theory and Operation (2)            46031 Student Teaching (9)                               46330      Visual Basic Programming in
                       An in-depth study of the theory, operation and per-      Provides a 10-week student teaching experience in                   Engineering Technology (3)
                       formance of turbine/turboprop engines and associ-        technology education program. S/U grading; IP per-       This course will cover the concepts of object-orient-
                       ated systems. Prerequisite: Instrument rating, TECH      missible. Prerequisites: Admission to advanced           ed, event-driven programming with hands-on appli-
                       35020; or permission.                                    standing, all professional courses, minimum 75%          cation of those concepts to solve engineering-related
                                                                                required TECH courses, 100 hours of technology           problems, utilizing the current version of visual
                                                                                visits. Corequisite: TECH 49525.                         basic. Prerequisite: TECH 10001, MATH 11011 and
                       45711      Turbine Engine Theory and Operation                                                                    PHY 13001; permission.
                                  Laboratory (1)
                       Laboratory using a turboprop flight simulator to         46092 Cooperative Education (2-3)
                       provide instruction and demonstration of the oper-       (Repeatable once) A university-industry work-study       46409     Strategic Management of Technology
                       ating characteristics and procedures associated          plan in which students alternate periods of study at               and Innovation (3)
                       with turbine/turboprop engines. Prerequisite: Instru-    the university with periods of employment in indus-      An examination using case studies and readings of
                       ment rating, TECH 35020; or permission; prerequi-        try. Prerequisite: Permission.                           the management of technology and innovation
                       site or corequisite: TECH 45710 or permission.                                                                    through perspectives at the product line, business unit
                       Special fee: $1095/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                                                     and corporate levels. Prerequisite: Senior standing.
                                                                                46295 Special Topics in Applied Business (2-3)
                                                                                (Repeated registration permitted) Specialized
                       45720 Crew Resource Management (2)                       advance instruction oriented primarily to applied        46418 Labor Studies in Technology (3)
                       An in-depth study of the common principles of avia-      business topics. Topics will vary and will be            This course will include the history of the labor
                       tion Crew Resource Management (CRM) and                  announced as scheduled. Prerequisite: Permission         movement, interrelationships of labor with business
                       human factors as utilized by air transport flight        of full-time technology faculty or of professor teach-   and industry, labor law, contemporary labor prob-
                       crews. IP grades permissible. Prerequisite: Instru-      ing the course.                                          lems that emphasizes how unions are organized,
                       ment rating, TECH 45130; or permission.                                                                           contracts, arbitration and management issues. Pre-
                                                                                                                                         requisite: Junior standing.
                                                                                46308 Developing Desktop Applications (3)
                       45721      Crew Resource Management                      Course focuses on designing and implementing
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                                  Laboratory (1)                                desktop applications. Topics include use of compo-       49525 Inquiry into Professional Practice (3)
                       Flight simulator-based laboratory that includes flight   nent objects, online help, advanced debugging            Seminar during student teaching to explore issues
                       simulator experiences that integrate CRM and LOFT        package deployment. Prerequisite: COMT 21005 or          and techniques appropriate to teaching technology
                       in a multicrew environment. IP grade permissible.        COMT faculty permission.                                 education. Corequisite: TECH 46031.
                       Prerequisite: Instrument rating, TECH 45130; or
                       permission. Corequisite/prerequisite: TECH 45720
                       or permission. Special fee: $949/cr. hr.—subject to      46309 Developing Distributed Applications (3)            THEATRE (THEA)
                       change.                                                  Course focuses on interface design and establish-        11000 The Art of the Theatre (3)
                                                                                ment of transaction-based client/server database         Using the life-centered nature of theatre as a medi-
                                                                                applications using distributed objects, server object    um of analysis, this course is designed to develop
                       45730      Applied Transport Category Aircraft           components, SQL and Web technologies. Prerequi-          critically engaged audience members who are aware
                                  Systems (3)                                   site: TECH 46308 or COMT permission.                     of the impact, significance and historical relevance
                       Course examines various systems in use on air                                                                     of the interconnection between culture and theatre
                       transport aircraft. The course emphasis is on the                                                                 performance. Prerequisite: None. This course may
                       principles, operation and limitations of complex,        46310 Technology of Operating Systems (3)                used to satisfy the LERs and the university Diversity
                       integrated systems found in modern aircraft. Prereq-     Lab-oriented course covering installation, configu-      Requirement.
                       uisite: TECH 35020, 35040, 45030; or permission.         ration, tuning and communication among state-of-
                                                                                the-art desktop operating systems, using available
                                                                                system tools, utilities and files. Prerequisite: COMT    11303 The Art of Acting (3)
                       45740      Flight Management and Electronic              21002 or COMT faculty permission.                        General introduction to acting: the actor’s instru-
                                  Display Systems (3)                                                                                    ment, sensory awareness, personal and group
                       Course examines various advanced avionics sys-                                                                    response, objectives and tactics. Basic scene work.
                       tems used on air transport type aircraft. The course     46311 Technology of Networking (3)                       Prerequisite: None.
                       emphasis is on the principles, operation and limita-     Advanced topics of enterprise network manage-
                       tions of integrated avionics related to the “glass       ment, including DNS/WINS/IP addressing, routing
                       cockpit” found on modern aircraft. Prerequisite:         basics, subnet masking, firewalls; storage redun-        11522 Introductory Lighting (3)
                       TECH 35040, 45030, 45350; or permission.                 dancy techniques; and general                            An introduction to the art of lighting design, histori-
                                                                                tuning/optimizing/troubleshooting/recovery strate-       cal and technical perspectives. Emphasis on princi-
                                                                                gies. Prerequisite: COMT 21002 or COMT faculty           ples of design within a collaborative process. Two
                       46020      Applications of Artificial Intelligence       permission.                                              lecture hours plus 2 lab hours per week. Prerequi-
                                  Products (3)                                                                                           site: Controlled.
                       Examines AI techniques that can be used to enhance,
                       replace or help build applications packages. Topics      46321 Web Database Integration (3)
                       include expert systems, natural language interfaces.     Laboratory course focused on integrating databases       11524 Introductory Costuming (3)
                       Prerequisite: COMT 21004 or MATH 43105.                  in Web sites. Current topics include using object        Principles, theories and basic skills of costume
                                                                                oriented technology, structured query language and       design and technology. Emphasis on aesthetics, the
                                                                                large-scale database engines. Prerequisite: COMT         design process, fabric, construction techniques and
                                                                                21036 or COMT faculty permission.                        craft materials. Two lecture hours plus 2 lab hours
                                                                                                                                         per week. Prerequisite: Controlled.
                                                                                                                                                                 THEA         509




11622 Introductory Scenery (3)                              21800 Voice I (3)                                        31401 Directing (3)
Principles, theories and basic skills of scenic design      Breathing, physical alignment, sound and text            Theoretical and practical work in the process of play
and technology. Emphasis on design elements,                explorations designed to develop relaxed, free and       direction; the director’s mission, play analysis and
process of applied construction skills. Two lecture         fully connected voice production for the actor. Prop-    design collaboration, the rehearsal process. Prereq-
hours plus 2 lab hours per week. Prerequisite: Con-         er use and care of the voice. Prerequisite: THEA         uisites: THEA 11303, 21111, or permission.
trolled.                                                    11303 and permission.

                                                                                                                     31501 Junior Portfolio Review (1)
21016 Makeup for Stage and Screen (3)                       22092 Practicum I: Design/Tech (3)                       Review of a portfolio of theatre and related work, and
Study of stage, TV and photographic makeup tech-            (Repeatable for a total of 99 hours) Practical experi-   a review of the student’s academic progress and
niques and materials. Four lecture-demonstration-           ence in theatre production under faculty supervi-        coursework judged by the design/technology faculty
laboratory hours per week; special projects as              sion. S/U grading; IP permissible. Available for         at the beginning of the spring semester. Student
assigned. Prerequisite: None.                               lower-division students only. Required of all theatre    must pass to remain in the B.F.A. design/technology
                                                            majors. Prerequisite: Freshmen/sophomores only.          program. S/U grading. Prerequisite: Junior standing
                                                                                                                     and B.F.A. design/technology student or candidate.
21017 Oral Interpretation (2)
Theory and practice in art of interpreting literature       22192 Practicum I: Performance (3)
orally; selection of material, literary analysis and solo   (Repeatable for a total of 99 hours) Practical experi-   31522 Lighting Design (3)
performance techniques; 3 lecture-laboratory hours          ence in theatre performance under faculty supervi-       Exploration of the tools of the lighting designer
per week. Prerequisite: THEA 11340 or permission.           sion. S/U grading; IP permissible. Available for         applied to design choices; frequent paper design
                                                            lower-division students only. Required of all theatre    projects. Prerequisites: THEA 11622 or permission.
                                                            majors. Prerequisites: Freshmen/sophomores only.         Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
21111 Script Analysis (3)
Principles, theories and techniques of play script
analysis for theatrical production. Prerequisite: Con-      31112 History of Theatre and Drama I (3)                 31524 Costume Design (3)
trolled.                                                    Theatre history and drama in Europe from antiquity       Theory and practice of costume design. Emphasis
                                                            through the Renaissance. Prerequisites: THEA             on play text analysis, formation of concepts, use of




                                                                                                                                                                               Course Descriptions
                                                            21111 and Junior standing.                               design elements and principles, period styles. Pre-
21303 Acting Process (3)                                                                                             requisite: THEA 11524 or permission.
Fundamentals of naturalistic acting and interaction;
development of spontaneity, believability and a             31113 History of Theatre and Drama II (3)
sense of truth; game playing and basic stage tech-          Theatre history and drama in Europe and the United       31525 Costume Technology (3)
nique. Prerequisites: THEA 11303 and permission.            States from 1660 to 1900. Prerequisite: THEA 31112.      Basic patterning and construction techniques used
                                                                                                                     in theatrical costuming; emphasis on flat and draped
                                                                                                                     patterning. Prerequisite: THEA 11524 or permission.
21501 Sophomore Portfolio Review (1)                        31114 History of Theatre and Drama III (3)
Preparation and review of a portfolio of work, judged       Theatre history and drama in Europe and the United
by the design/technology faculty at the beginning of        States from 1900 to the present. Prerequisite: THEA      31560 Scenic Technology (3)
the spring semester. Student must pass to remain in         31112 and 31113.                                         Basic history, theory and application of theatrical
the B.F.A. design/technology program. S/U grading.                                                                   practice in scenery, properties and electrics. Three
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and B.F.A.                                                                          lecture hours per week and lab arranged. Prerequi-
design/technology student or candidate and at least         31303 Character and Scene Study I (3)                    site: THEA 11622, THEA 21521, or permission.
two of the following: THEA 11522, 11524 and 11622.          The development of character in the realistic scene.
                                                            Prerequisites: THEA 21303 and permission.
                                                                                                                     31622 Scene Design (3)
21521 Theatrical Drafting (3)                                                                                        Theory and practice of scene design; emphasis on
Drafting techniques for all design/technology stu-          31304 Character and Scene Study II (3)                   script analysis, formation of concepts, use of design
dents. Includes plans, elevations, sections, detailed       Further character and scene exploration; spontane-       elements, and principles in period styles and gen-
drawings, light plots. Prerequisite: THEA 11622.            ity and creative choice making. Prerequisites: THEA      res. Prerequisite: THEA 11622 or permission. Spe-
Special fee: $8.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.               31303 and permission.                                    cial fee: $16.66/cr. hr.—subject to change.


21621 Scene Painting (3)                                    31306 Musical Theatre Performance (3)                    31701 Movement II (3)
Techniques of scene painting; emphasis on a variety         Performance-oriented class that will focus on tech-      Continue movement work and physical conditioning
of techniques through practical projects. Prerequi-         niques and styles of performance in musical theatre      focusing on the qualities of characterization with
site: THEA 11622 or permission.                             and cabaret from Gilbert and Sullivan to present.        masks. Application of text to physical characteriza-
                                                            Prerequisite: Musical Theatre major.                     tions. Prerequisites: THEA 21303, 21700 and per-
                                                                                                                     mission.
21700 Movement I (3)
Beginning exploration in movement for the actor;            31307      Studio I: Musical Theatre Production and
body awareness, relaxation, alignment and physical                     Performance (3)                               31801 Voice II (3)
conditioning. The basic study of space, energy,             The study and development of an original musical         Continuation of Voice I. Explorations involve various
time, level, direction and range. Prerequisites: THEA       theatre work. This work will be rehearsed, produced      texts and incorporation of voice principles at a more
11303 and permission.                                       and performed on tour in the following spring            detailed level. Prerequisites: THEA 21301, 21800
                                                            semester. Students enrolled in this course should        and permission.
                                                            enroll in THEA 41307 the following spring. Prerequi-
                                                            site: THEA 31306.

*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
510                    THEA




                       41017 Reader’s Theatre (2)                                41191      Variable Content Seminar: Theatre             41501 Senior Portfolio Review (1)
                       Theory and practice of group interpretation through                  History / Literature / Theory (3)             Review of a portfolio of theatre and related work,
                       the medium of Readers Theatre; selection, adapta-         Seminar in theatre history and literature providing an   and a review of the student’s academic progress,
                       tion and performance techniques; 3 lecture-labora-        in-depth focus on selected topics such as: African-      coursework and professional potential judged by
                       tory hours per week. Prerequisite: THEA 21017.            American theatre, women in theatre, politics and the-    the design/technology faculty at the end of the fall
                                                                                 atre, theatre in a multicultural society, costume        semester. Student must pass to remain eligible for
                                                                                 history on stage/screen. Prerequisite: THEA 31112.       the B.F.A. design/technology degree. S/U grading.
                       41026 Playwriting (3)                                                                                              Prerequisite: Senior standing and B.F.A.
                       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Principles under-                                                              design/technology student.
                       lying playwriting for the contemporary theatre;           41303 Styles of Acting I (3)
                       analysis of short play form. Prerequisite: None. This     Characterization and the demands of theatrical style
                       course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive       in comedy. Imaginative exploration, physical com-        41521 Advanced Lighting Technology (3)
                       course graduation requirement with approval of            mitment, and the creation of a comic truth in Greek      Advanced study of the technologies used in lighting
                       major department.                                         and Roman, Commedia, Moliere and others. Pre-            designs; instrument design, optics, dimmer and
                                                                                 requisites: THEA 31303 and/or permission.                control systems, projection techniques and special
                                                                                                                                          effects. Prerequisites: THEA 11522 and/or permis-
                       41027 Advanced Playwriting (3)                                                                                     sion. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Application of        41304 Styles of Acting II (3)
                       principles of playwriting to the longer play and to       Continued exploration of theatrical style and period.
                       variations from traditional realism; play analysis and    Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre with particular         41522 Design Studio: Lighting (3)
                       composition. Prerequisite: THEA 41026.                    emphasis on Shakespearean performance. Prereq-           Advanced study of lighting design, emphasizing
                                                                                 uisites: THEA 41303 and/or permission.                   artistic style and concept through a variety of design
                                                                                                                                          problems. Prerequisite: THEA 31522 or permission.
                       41093 Variable Title Workshop in Theatre (1-5)                                                                     Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.                          41305 Professional Aspects: Performance (3)
                                                                                 A study of the practical demands and requirements
                                                                                 of a professional acting career with particular          41523 Sound Design and Technology (3)
 Course Descriptions




                       41095 Special Topics (1-3)                                emphasis on audition skills. Also covered: pictures      Sound design for the theatre, sound production,
                       (Repeated registration permitted) Offered irregularly     and résumés, making rounds, professional unions,         and sound reinforcement techniques. Introduction
                       when unusual resources permit a topic different           casting directors, agents and managers, the job          to electronic equipment: mixing consoles, ampli-
                       from existing courses. Topic will be announced            market and career prospects. Prerequisites: Junior       fiers, speakers. Prerequisite: Permission.
                       when scheduled. Prerequisite: Permission.                 standing and/or permission.

                                                                                                                                          41524 Design Studio: Costume (3)
                       41096 Independent Study: Theatre (1-3)                    41306       Professional Aspects: Design and             Advanced study in costume design. Genres, styles, in
                       (Repeatable for a total of 6 hours) Selected research                 Technology (3)                               the context of performance spaces with an emphasis
                       topics in theatre; to be elected only after all course-   A study of the practical demands and requirements of     on research, practical considerations of costume pro-
                       work in study area completed. IP grade permissible.       a professional career in design and technology,          duction, and communication between designer/shop
                       Prerequisite: Permission.                                 including portfolio development, résumés, unions, job    personnel and designer/director. Prerequisite: THEA
                                                                                 market, financial matters and career prospects. Use of   31525. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                                 computers as a resource and tool emphasized. Pre-
                       41110 Theatre Criticism (3)                               requisite: Junior standing and/or permission.
                       Four productions in the region will be used as a                                                                   41525 Props and Crafts (3)
                       means of studying aesthetic and socio/historical                                                                   Examination of the processes related to the creation
                       contexts involved in the theatre event. Developing        41307     Studio II: Musical Theatre Ensemble            and procurement of scenic and costume props. Pre-
                       writing skills through essays about the productions                 Tour (3)                                       requisites: THEA 31525, 31622 and/or permission.
                       will be an important part of the course. Prerequisite:    Continuation of the public performance aspect of         Special fee: $16.66/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       Junior/senior standing. This course may be used to        THEA 31307. Tour local and area schools, grades K-
                       satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation           12. Prerequisite: THEA 31307.
                       requirement with approval of major department.                                                                     41529      Advanced Wig and Makeup Techniques
                                                                                                                                                     —Stage and Screen (3)
                                                                                 41399 Senior Project (2)                                 Advanced study of the process of designing and exe-
                       41113 Theatre in a Multicultural America (3)              An individual or group performance project devel-        cuting wigs and makeup with an emphasis on stan-
                       A study of theatre and drama in the Native Ameri-         oped with the acting faculty. Prerequisites: THEA        dards in the profession. Some prosthetic work
                       can, Hispanic-American, African-American and              41304 and permission.                                    required. Prerequisite: Junior standing and/or per-
                       Asian-American communities in the United States                                                                    mission. Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       from 1980 to the present. Prerequisite: None. This
                       course may be used to satisfy the university Diversi-     41401 Advanced Directing (3)
                       ty Requirement.                                           Advanced work in directing for the theatre. Topics       41560 Theatre Fabrication Technology (3)
                                                                                 include the director as creative/interpretative artist   History of technical production practice, materials
                                                                                 and the director and the actor; students direct indi-    theory and application in scenic construction tech-
                       41114 Gay and Lesbian Theatre (3)                         vidual projects. Prerequisites: THEA 11303, 31401        nology. Prerequisite: THEA 11622, 21521 or permis-
                       Studies of how the gay and lesbian community has          and permission.                                          sion. Special fee: $26.66/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       been represented in theatre. Frameworks will
                       include the history of the community, political
                       issues, identity questions and gender theory. Pre-
                       requisite: Junior standing. This course may be used
                       to satisfy the university Diversity Requirement.
                                                                                                                                                  THEA           VCD        511




41620      History of Period Styles for Theatre          41992 Theatre Production Internship (1-6)                 20203 Theory and Practice of Peer Tutoring (1)
           Designers (3)                                 (Repeatable for a total of 12 hours) Intensive            Preparation for tutoring in several academic areas.
A survey of visual styles as related to historical and   advanced training in practical aspects of production.     Emphasis on the student-as-learner. Introduction to
contemporary culture from antiquity through the          Periodic seminars, laboratory sessions and perfor-        current learning theories. Opportunities provided to
20th century with an emphasis on its application to      mance in a theatre company. S/U grading; IP permis-       adapt learning strategy to particular disciplines.
theatrical design. Prerequisite: One of the following:   sible. Prerequisites: Junior standing and permission.     Field experience included. Prerequisite: None.
THEA 31522, 31524 or 31622 and/or permission.

                                                         42092 Practicum II: Design/Tech (3)                       30202 Returning Student Instructor Seminar (2)
41621 Presentation Media (3)                             (Repeatable for a total of 99 hours) Advanced prac-       This course is required of all student instructors who
Advanced process techniques in rendering, model          tical experience in theatre production under faculty      are paired with a faculty member in teaching Univer-
building and design presentation for the scenic,         supervision. S/U grading; IP permissible. Available       sity Orientation and who have taught University Ori-
costume and lighting designer in traditional and         for upper-division students only. Required of all the-    entation previously. Extended training & resource
new media. Prerequisites: Junior standing, THEA          atre majors. Prerequisite: Juniors/seniors only.          assistance. S/U grading. Prerequisite: US 20202.
11522, 11524, 11622, 21521 and/or permission.
Special fee: $15/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                         42192 Practicum II: Performance (3)                       40201 University Orientation Intern (3)
                                                         (Repeatable for a total of 99 hours) Advanced prac-       Experienced student instructors selected to be stu-
41622 Design Studio: Scenery (3)                         tical experience in theatre performance under facul-      dent interns are required to take this course. Extend-
Advanced study in scenic design. Explores genres,        ty supervision. S/U grading; IP permissible.              ed training and skill development for students who
styles, performance spaces, including practical con-     Available for upper-division students only. Required      assume responsibility for assisting orientation
siderations. Prerequisite: THEA 31622 or permis-         of all theatre majors. Prerequisite: Junior/senior        instructors. Prerequisite: US 20202 or permission.
sion. Special fee: $16.66/cr. hr.—subject to change.     standing.

                                                                                                                   40202 University Orientation Trainer (3)
41623      Television Production: Scenery and            UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES (US)                                Experienced student instructors selected to be uni-
           Lighting (3)                                  10001 University Orientation (1)                          versity orientation trainers are required to take this




                                                                                                                                                                             Course Descriptions
Advanced study of the process of designing scenery       Assist students in making the transition to the uni-      course. It provides extended training and skill devel-
and lighting for television production. Prerequisites:   versity, improving and refining academic skills, par-     opment for those who take on the responsibility of
JMC 43042, THEA 41622 or permission.                     ticipating in the advising system and selecting or        orientation trainer. Prerequisite: US 20202 or per-
                                                         confirming a major. Required of all entering fresh-       mission.
                                                         men. S/U grading. Prerequisite: None.
41701 Advanced Movement I (3)
Development of advanced movement skills and the                                                                    VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN
actor’s instrument. Emphasizes the elements of           10003 Reading Strategies for College Success (3)          (VCD)
time, weight, focus and flow. Prerequisites: THEA        Development of reading strategies necessary for           13000     Basic Studio Skills / Graphic Design and
31701 and permission.                                    successful completion of college coursework.                        Illustration (2)
                                                         Emphasis on improving reading comprehension.              Introduction to the use of basic tools, materials and
                                                         Hours do not count toward graduation. Prerequisite:       fundamental techniques as applied to the formal
41726 Theatre Management (3)                             Assessment testing or permission.                         organization of two-dimensional space using type
Principles and practices of managing theatrical-pro-                                                               and imagery. Prerequisite: None.
ducing organizations. Problems of finance, person-
nel, policy, program building and public relations.      10006 Study Strategies for College Success (3)
Production participation as assigned. Prerequisite:      Development and application of content-area read-         13001 Introduction to Graphic Design (3)
Junior standing.                                         ing and study strategies for successful completion        Continuation of VCD 13000 in the further develop-
                                                         of college coursework. Emphasis on application of         ment of the formal organization of two-dimensional
                                                         study strategies. Hours do not count toward gradu-        space utilizing type and imagery. Prerequisite: VCD
41736 Production and Stage Management (3)                ation. Prerequisite: Concurrent registration in select-   13000. Special fee: $5/cr. hr.—subject to change.
Detailed investigation of the methodology used in        ed LER or permission.
stage managing a professional theatrical production
including paperwork, rehearsals and calling a show.                                                                14000 Exploratory Materials and Processes (3)
Prerequisite: Permission.                                20201 Student Instructor Training (2)                     Introduction and use of powered equipment and
                                                         This course prepares student instructors to pair with     thermal processes as means for solving problems
                                                         a faculty member to teach University Orientation (US      of pure design, custom equipment and products.
41801 Advanced Voice/Speech I (3)                        10001). This course meets for 12 weeks and three          Prerequisites: VCD 13001 and ART 14000. Special
The use of exercise and specific text work to explore    Saturdays. S/U grading. Prerequisite: US 10001.           fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.
centering as it relates to the vocal, physical and
emotional process of the actor. Focus on extremes
of emotional sounds and the removal of barriers and      20202 New Student Instructor Seminar (2)                  17000 Color: Theory and and Application (3)
nonuseful vocal habits/speech patterns. Incorpora-       This course is required for all student instructors       Color and its interaction through a series of nonap-
tion of personal vocal/physical warm-up into actor’s     who are teaching University Orientation. Student          plied (abstract) exercises. Prerequisite: None.
process. Prerequisites: THEA 31801 and permission.       development theory classroom management, com-
                                                         munication skills, lesson planning, assertiveness
                                                         training, and orientation course content. S/U grad-
                                                         ing. Prerequisite: US 20201 or permission.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
512                    VCD




                       20009       Sophomore Entrance Examination/              24001 Product Design (3)                                  30001      Basic Computer II—Graphic
                                   Portfolio Review Graphic Design/             Research and design of singular self-contained                       Design/Illustration (1)
                                   Illustration (1)                             objects. Utilization of industrial materials and fabri-   Introduction of basic design software and explana-
                       Visual communication design faculty will review a        cating techniques emphasizing aesthetics. Prerequi-       tion of the relationship between various tools used
                       portfolio of work selected from VCD 13001, 22000,        site: VCD 24000. Special fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—subject       by designers; vector graphic programs, use of pho-
                       22001, 23001, 23002, and taken concurrently with         to change.                                                to manipulation software, scanning, Web and new
                       VCD 23000, and a diagnostic examination of techni-                                                                 media and offset printing. Prerequisite: VCD 30000
                       cal and drawing skills and formal organizational
                       ability through a series of “hands-on” tests. S/U        24009 Sophomore Portfolio Review (1)
                       grading. Prerequisite: VCD 13001, 22000, 22001,          Preparation and review of a portfolio of work under       30002     Basic Computer III—Graphic
                       23001, 23002 and/or permission. Special fee: $5/cr.      supervision of industrial design faculty, to be judged              Design/Illustration (1)
                       hr.—subject to change.                                   at end of term. See Requirement 1 under Bachelor          Application of the fundamentals taught in Basic
                                                                                of Science degree industrial design. Prerequisite:        Computer I and II to explore sophisticated relation-
                                                                                VCD 24000; corequisite: VCD 24001.                        ships between the three major design software pro-
                       22000 Design/Illustration Techniques I (3)                                                                         grams; master pages, numbering system, style
                       Introductory course in design/illustration. Object                                                                 sheets, and finer typography options and creative
                       drawing with emphasis toward rendering materials         27000 Interiors Rendering (3)                             use of text shapes, etc. Prerequisite: ART 33001.
                       and techniques used in reproduction, perspective,        The production of professional techniques in design
                       spatial organization and use of reference material.      communication using felt pens, chalks and pencils.
                       Prerequisites: VCD 13001 and/or permission.              Elevations, plans, furniture, perspectives, axono-        30009      Junior Portfolio Review Graphic
                                                                                metrics and furnishings are produced in color. Pre-                  Design/Illustration (1)
                                                                                requisite: TECH 11083. Special fee: $4/cr.                Visual communication design faculty will review a
                       22001 Design/Illustration Techniques II (3)              hr.—subject to change.                                    portfolio of the work completed in VCD 32000, 33000,
                       Continuation of Design/Illustration Techniques I with                                                              32001, and 33001. Students successfully passing
                       expanded emphasis on black and white media used                                                                    review, depending on qualifications, may continue in
                       for illustration purposes with emphasis on media         27001 Visual Design for Media I (1)                       the B.A. degree or petition to change to the B.F.A.
                       capable of reproduction by traditional printing meth-    An introductory lecture course on the theoretical         degree or B.S./M.A. combined degrees in visual com-
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                       ods. Prerequisite: VCD 22000 and/or permission.          principles of “design” and their relation to content in   munication design. Students not passing the review
                                                                                magazines, newspapers, television and online              should see special requirements in program section.
                                                                                media, etc. Course may not be used by visual com-         S/U grading. Prerequisites: VCD 32000, 33000.
                       23000      Intermediate Studio Skills/Graphic            munication design majors. Prerequisite: None.             Corequisites: VCD 33001 and 32001.
                                  Design and Illustration (3)
                       A technical lecture course designed to outline the
                       process and describe and discuss the technologies        27002     Visual Design for Media II: Desktop             32000 Illustration I (3)
                       and vocabulary used in the printing industry. Pre-                 Publishing (1)                                  Continuation of Design/Illustration Techniques I and
                       requisite: VCD 23001 and/or permission. Special          A lab course in which students apply the design           II with emphasis on technique and creative solu-
                       fee: $11/cr. hr.—subject to change.                      concepts taught in Visual Design Media I to com-          tions as they apply to four specific illustration areas,
                                                                                puter-generated communication pieces using a lay-         viz., editorial, book, advertising and institutional.
                                                                                out software program. May not be used toward              Prerequisite: VCD 20009 and/or permission.
                       23001 Introduction to Typography (3)                     degree requirements by visual communication
                       Historical study of letter forms and their application   design majors. Prerequisite: VCD 27001. Special
                       to the development of new forms. Execution and           fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.                       32001 Illustration II (3)
                       use of letter forms as design elements in layout and                                                               Illustration as communication: conceptual problem
                       illustration using fundamental typographic theories                                                                solving visualizations of ideas utilizing felt tip mark-
                       and rules of spatial organization. Prerequisites: B or   27003 Visual Design for Media III (1)                     ers as the medium of expression. Prerequisite: VCD
                       better in VCD 13001 or permission. Special fee:          A lab course which builds upon material taught in         32000 and/or permission.
                       $4/cr. hr.—subject to change.                            Visual Media II, introducing more advanced features
                                                                                of the layout software and its interrelationship to
                                                                                drawing and photo manipulation software. May not          33000 Graphic Design I (3)
                       23002 Introduction to 3D Graphic Design (3)              be used toward degree requirements by visual com-         Continuation of Introduction to Graphic Design and
                       Continuation of Introduction to Graphic Design and       munication design majors. Prerequisite: VCD               Introduction to Typography in the structuring of 2-D
                       Introduction to Typography with application of           27002. Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.        communication design utilizing headline, body copy,
                       typography and imagery to 3-D form. Prerequisites:                                                                 and illustration with the addition of limited conceptu-
                       VCD 13001, 23001 and/or permission.                                                                                al content. Prerequisites: VCD 20009 and/or permis-
                                                                                30000       Basic Computer I—Graphic Design and           sion. Special fee: $12/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                                                                                            Illustration (1)
                       24000 Studio Production Rendering (3)                    Introduction of basic operating system of Macin-
                       Familiarizes students with special rendering and         tosh computers, troubleshooting and maintenance           33001 Graphic Design II (3)
                       model-making techniques of professional design.          skills, the function of the hardware, software and        Continuation of Graphic Design I utilizing basic lay-
                       Prerequisite: None. Special fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—sub-      peripheral equipment - printers, scanners, etc., as       out with emphasis on concept as applied to prob-
                       ject to change.                                          well as learning basic word processing and layout         lem solving methodologies through a series of
                                                                                software. Prerequisite: None.                             exercises and problems. Prerequisites: VCD 32000,
                                                                                                                                          33000 and/or permission. Special fee: $12/cr. hr.—
                                                                                                                                          subject to change.
                                                                                                                                                                    VCD       513




34000 Component Product Design (3)                       40053 Graphic Design Studio—Glyphix (1-8)                   42002 Editorial Illustration (3)
Special problems in aesthetic product design involv-     (Repeatable for a total of 24 credit hours)                 Exploration and discussion of various illustration
ing combinations of separate but related objects,        Professional experience through an internal design          techniques and their application in the publishing
assembled sets and products having operable              studio. Involves responsibilities and procedures for        field. Emphasis is placed on client needs, concept
assemblies. Prerequisite: VCD 24009. Special fee:        the production of communication materials for off-          and intended audience. Prerequisite: VCD 30009
$3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.                         campus clients including nonprofit organizations,           and/or permission.
                                                         charities, arts groups and selected on-campus
                                                         groups and departments. May carry an IP grade
34001 Advanced Rendering Techniques (3)                  when appropriate. Prerequisite: Permission. Special         42003 Advertising Illustration (3)
Further development of broad range of illustrative       fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.                         Exploration and discussion of various illustration
skills in areas of conceptual sketching and profes-                                                                  techniques and their application in advertising.
sional presentation techniques. Prerequisite: VCD                                                                    Emphasis is placed on client need, concept of solu-
24000. Special fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.     40092      Internship 1—Graphic                             tion and intended audience. Prerequisite: Successful
                                                                    Design/Illustration (1)                          completion of VCD 30009.
                                                         Preparation for experience in design studio, agency
34002 Furniture Design (3)                               or company involving design responsibilities and
Problems involving aesthetics, human anatomy and         procedures to broaden a student’s understanding of          42004 Computer Illustration (3)
function as the basis for furniture and equipment        the profession through real job situations. S/U grad-       An introductory course on the use of the computer
design; graphic presentations and full-scale con-        ing; IP permissible. Prerequisite: Permission.              as an illustration tool. The class will cover the nec-
struction. Prerequisites: VCD 34000 and 34001.                                                                       essary computer applications for advertising, editor-
Special fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                                                        ial and book illustration. Prerequisite: VCD 30000.
                                                         40095       Special Topics: Graphic
                                                                     Design/Illustration (1-4)
34003      Professional Familiarization and              (Repeatable for a total of 16 credit hours) To broaden      42051 Calligraphy and Layout (3)
           Manufacturing Processes (3)                   the course offerings into specialized areas of study in     Development of creative techniques and technical
Philosophies, practices and procedures of design         graphic design and illustration taught by experts in the    proficiency in calligraphy as applied to illustration
offices; consultant, corporate, institutional and gov-   profession as guest faculty. Primarily used to fulfill      and graphic design. Prerequisites:VCD 30009




                                                                                                                                                                               Course Descriptions
ernmental; patents and copyrights; portfolio design      electives in graphic design or illustration. S/U grading;   and/or permission.
and professional research. Prerequisite: VCD             IP permissible. Prerequisite: VCD 30009 and/or per-
24009. Special fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to             mission. Special fee: $7/cr. hr.—subject to change.
change.                                                                                                              43000      Advanced Studio Skills/Graphic Design
                                                                                                                                and Illustration—Electronic Prepress
                                                         40096     Individual Investigation in Graphic                          Production (3)
34009 Portfolio Review — Industrial Design (1)                     Design and Illustration (1-8)                     A technical lecture course designed to teach the
Student with major in industrial design must regis-      (Repeatable for a total of 16 credit hours) Individual      fundamental techniques and processes of electronic
ter for this course at completion of VCD 34000,          study related to topics of graphic design and illus-        prepress and printing production. This material is
34001, 34002. See requirement 2. Corequisite: VCD        tration approved by and under the direction of a fac-       presented through a series of lectures, demos, writ-
34003.                                                   ulty member. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite:            ten tests and field trips. Prerequisite: Successful
                                                         Permission.                                                 completion of VCD 30009. Special fee: $3.33/cr.
                                                                                                                     hr.—subject to change.
40003      Intermediate Computer Graphic Design
           and Illustration—Various Software             40192       Internship 2—Graphic
           Programs (3)                                              Design/Illustration (1-6)                       43001 Kinetic and Sequential Graphic Design (3)
Addresses the issues of page layout and design,          Three credit hours required; maximum of 6 credit            The exploration of the use of the computer in kinetic
digital manipulation, and vector graphic illustration    hours allowable in BFA degree only. Experience in           and sequential graphic design. 3-D modeling, and
for graphic design professionals. Prerequisite: VCD      design studio, agency or company involving design           sound. Prerequisite: VCD 30000 and/or permission.
30000 or permission. Special fee: $12/cr. hr.—sub-       responsibilities and procedures to broaden a stu-           Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.
ject to change.                                          dent's understanding of the profession through a
                                                         real job situation. S/U grading; IP permissible. Pre-
                                                         requisite: VCD 40092 and permission.                        43002     Typographic/Photographic Graphic
40025      Professional Portfolio Graphic Design                                                                               Design (3)
           and Illustration (1-2)                                                                                    The use of typography (rather than visual imagery)
Development of a professional portfolio in graphic       42000 Advanced Illustration/Media (3)                       as the primary design form in solving graphic
design and/or illustration through selection and         Discussions and practice of media and grounds as            design communication problems. Prerequisite: VCD
refinement of previously completed classroom             they pertain to the illustration field. Discussion will     30009 and/or permission. Special fee: $12/cr. hr.—
work, and/or development of projects in areas of         also center around the problems in developing work          subject to change.
deficiency, with emphasis on organization and pre-       for reproduction. Prerequisite: VCD 30009 and/or
sentation. May carry an IP grade when appropriate.       permission.
Prerequisite: B.F.A. major and/or permission. Spe-                                                                   43003 Corporate Identity/Graphic Design (3)
cial fee: $9/cr. hr.—subject to change.                                                                              Use of graphic design forms (typography, photogra-
                                                         42001 Fashion Illustration (3)                              phy and illustration) in the development of corpo-
                                                         Development of student’s skills in fashion illustra-        rate identification for total advertising programs.
40052      Graphic Design—Travel and Field               tion, with emphasis on stylization of the human fig-        Prerequisite: VCD 30009 and/or permission. Special
           Experience (1-16)                             ure. Prerequisite: VCD 30009 and permission.                fee: $11/cr. hr.—subject to change.
Development of awareness and understanding in the        Special fee: $6.66/cr. hr.—subject to change.
practical application of graphic design and commu-
nication through directed field trip experience. S/U
grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: Permission.
*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
514                    VCD         VOED




                       43004 Issues for Graphic Design Businesses (3)           44025     Professional Portfolio—Industrial               49199      Senior Project/Graphic Design and
                       Designed to familiarize students with the basic busi-              Design (1)                                                 Illustration (3)
                       ness, marketing, legal and ethical standards in the      Development of a professional portfolio in industrial     A final visual project in graphic design or illustration
                       graphic design industry. Prerequisite: ART 33205         design through selection and refinement of class-         structured by a senior (with approval by faculty
                       and permission. Special fee: $3.33/cr. hr.—subject       room and studio work. Assignment of projects in           committee), completed independently and present-
                       to change.                                               areas of deficiency. Emphasis on organization and         ed for review and evaluation by a faculty committee
                                                                                presentation. Prerequisite: B.S. industrial design        during final semester before graduation. To be taken
                                                                                major and/or permission.                                  concurrently with ART 43899. IP grade permissible.
                       43005      3D Graphic Design-Direct                                                                                Prerequisite: Senior standing and permission. Spe-
                                  Mail/Packaging/Point Purchase (3)                                                                       cial fee: $7/cr. hr.—subject to change.
                       Use of typography and visual images, photography         44096 Individual Study—Industrial Design (2-10)
                       and illustrations, in the structure of information for   Further time to explore special interests within design
                       communication on 3-D surfaces: direct mail, pack-        disciplines, or developmental time to extend previous     VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (VOED)
                       aging and point-of-purchase display. Prerequisite:       efforts in any major area. Prerequisite: Permission.      36002 In-Service Teaching I (2)
                       VCD 30009 and/or permission. Special fee: $10/cr.                                                                  Overview of teaching process in vocational educa-
                       hr.—subject to change.                                                                                             tion. Emphasizes techniques of skill development
                                                                                44099 Senior Project—Industrial Design (4)                and assessment, includes organizing for instruction,
                                                                                Individual research synthesizing all prior design         individual behavior, organizational relationships and
                       43006 Environmental Design (3)                           experiences and acquisition of skills. Thoroughly         application steps. Prerequisite: Must be admitted
                       Aims at coordinating architectural planning, interior    developed design study culminating in visual, oral        into the professional development program for
                       design, systems analysis and graphic communica-          and written juried presentation. Prerequisite: Per-       teachers recruited from business and industry.
                       tions. Prerequisite: VCD 34009. Special fee:             mission. Special fee: $2.50/cr. hr.—subject to
                       $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.                         change. This course may be used to satisfy the writ-
                                                                                ing-intensive course graduation requirement with          36003 In-Service Teaching III (2)
                                                                                approval of major department.                             Continuation of VOED 36002. Involves on-site, in-
                       43007 Information Graphics (3)                                                                                     service education for vocational instructors and orga-
                       (Cross-listed with JMC 46001) Introduction to shapes,                                                              nized class instruction. Prerequisite: Must be
 Course Descriptions




                       color, type and combinations of these for computer-      46000 Web Design and Programming I (3)                    admitted into the professional development program
                       designed news graphics; maps, charts, graphs and         Course focus is on Web concepts and high quality          for teachers recruited from business and industry.
                       diagrams. Prerequisites: JMC 20004, 20007; VCD           Web design; CS and VCD principles, tools, architec-
                       13001 or 27001; ART major, minor or permission.          ture, presentation, design and creation of Web sites
                       Special fee: $10/cr. hr.—subject to change.              through teamwork. Course is jointly taught by CS          36005 In-Service Teaching III (1)
                                                                                and VCD. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: VCD          Involves on-site, in-service education for vocational
                                                                                40003 and/or permission. Special fee: $6.67/cr.           instructors at the second-year level. Deals with in-
                       43051 Experimental Typography (1-3)                      hr.—subject to change.                                    depth planning and organization of instructional
                       (Repeatable for a total of 12 credit hours) Investiga-                                                             materials and strategies. Prerequisite: Must be admit-
                       tion of form, pattern and texture in typographic                                                                   ted into the professional development program for
                       usage. Emphasis on linking traditional letterform        46001 Web Design and Programming II (3)                   teachers recruited from business and industry.
                       technology and computer-generated forms. May             An elective course jointly taught by computer sci-
                       carry an IP grade when necessary. Prerequisite:          ence and VCD on advanced Web technologies and
                       Successful completion of VCD 30009. Special fee:         multimedia Web design: Web servers, security,             36006 In-Service Teaching IV (1)
                       $12/cr. hr.—subject to change.                           advanced design, java servlets, applets, database         Involves on-site, in-service educational for vocation-
                                                                                connectivity, site maintenance, relation of actual        al instructors at the second-year level. Deals with in-
                                                                                Web sites by teamwork. IP grade permissible. Pre-         depth planning and organization of instructional
                       44000      Transportation and Mobile Equipment           requisite: VCD 46000 and/or permission. Special           materials and strategies. Prerequisite: Must be admit-
                                  Design (3)                                    fee: $6.67/cr. hr.—subject to change.                     ted into the professional development program for
                       Use of human needs, function and aesthetics in                                                                     teachers recruited from business and industry.
                       designing automotive, watercraft, rail, highway and
                       specialized vehicles; model and prototype presenta-      49098        Senior Research Proposal/Graphic
                       tions. Prerequisite: VCD 34009. Special fee:                          Design and Illustration (1)                  36014     Evaluating Techniques and Practices in
                       $3.33/cr. hr.—subject to change.                         Research proposal must be approved by a faculty                     Vocational Education (3)
                                                                                committee before project is started. Research paper       Study and construction of evaluation devices for
                                                                                or project must meet the educational and professional     use in laboratory and related technology courses,
                       44001 Packaging and Exhibition Design (3)                criteria of the program. S/U grading; IP grade permis-    test construction, standardized and nonstandardized
                       Study and design of containers, packaging systems        sible. Prerequisite: Senior standing and/or permission.   test procedures. This course includes 10 field/clini-
                       and exhibits, in relation to particular function,                                                                  cal hours. Prerequisite: None.
                       including merchandising, learning and recreation.
                       Prerequisite: VCD 34009. Special fee: $4/cr. hr.—        49198      Senior Research Paper Graphic
                       subject to change.                                                  Design/Illustration (2)                        36015      Methods of Vocational and Technology
                                                                                Written documentation of a senior project in graphic                 Education (3)
                                                                                design or illustration. if Sr. Project GD/I, VCD 49199    Organization and management of classroom and
                                                                                option is chosen, it must be taken concurrently with      laboratory; includes purchasing equipment and sup-
                                                                                Sr. Research Paper and presented for final review         plies, safety instruction planning, establishing poli-
                                                                                by a faculty committee. IP grade permissible. Pre-        cies, maintaining records, and individual and group
                                                                                requisite: Senior standing; VCD 49098; and/or per-        instructional strategies. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                mission. This course may be used to satisfy the
                                                                                writing-intensive course graduation requirement
                                                                                with approval of major department.
                                                                                                                                                                VOED         515




40093      Variable Title Workshop in Vocational         45903      Work Experience Curriculum                      46029 Training and Development (3)
           Education (1-5)                                          Development (2)                                 An overview of training and development activities
Topics of special interest to students desiring to       Factors and techniques involved in course of study         in profit and nonprofit organizations. Principles of
intensify their knowledge in a particular area or        construction. Development of philosophy, objectives        teaching adults in the work place are supplemented
areas of vocational education. S/U grading. Prereq-      and instructional practices. Emphasis on content           with curriculum design and instructional method-
uisite: Department permission.                           selection, organization and development. Includes          ologies. Prerequisite: C&I 20000.
                                                         development of a six-week course of study. This
                                                         course includes 10 field hours. Prerequisite: None.
44618     Elements of Experience-Based                                                                              46030 The Two-Year College (3)
          Education (3)                                                                                             An overview of the role of two-year collegiate edu-
Examination of various aspects of experience-based       46001      Organization of Vocational and                  cational institution in America. Teaching curricular
education includes exploratory, observation, labora-                Technology Education (3)                        and administrative functions are emphasized. Pre-
tory and paid work experiences. Prerequisite: None.      Study of the principles and subject areas related to       requisite: None.
                                                         vocational and technology education at middle
                                                         school, secondary and adult education levels. Pre-
45372     Issues in Vocational/Technology                requisite: None.                                           46031 Vocational Student Teaching (8-10)
          Subjects (3)                                                                                              Provides a 10- to 12-week student teaching experi-
Exploration of issues and trends unique to specific                                                                 ence in a vocational program setting. See Student
vocational and/or technology education subjects.         46005 Principles of Career Education (3)                   Teaching section in this Catalog. Corequisite: VOED
Prerequisite: None.                                      Study of the concept, basic principles and current         49525, Inquiry into Professional Practice. S/U grad-
                                                         practices in career education. Includes a review of        ing; IP permissible. Prerequisite: Eligible for admis-
                                                         programs, methodology, instructional materials and         sion to student teaching.
45374 Strategies for Teaching Personal Selling (3)       evaluative criteria relative to career education. Pre-
A study of the nature of selling activities and the      requisite: None.
knowledge, skills and attitude needed in order to                                                                   46091      Variable Topic Seminar in Vocational
teach salesmanship in vocational education pro-                                                                                Education (1-4)
grams. Prerequisite: None.                               46017     Youth Organizations in Vocational                Variable topic seminar for study in specialized areas




                                                                                                                                                                              Course Descriptions
                                                                   Education (3)                                    and topics related to vocational education. Normally
                                                         Study of youth organizations in vocational education       designed around research and theory applied to
45376 Entrepreneurship Education (3)                     with emphasis on the organization and purposes of          practice. Prerequisite: None.
Study of structure and changing environment of           such groups. Prerequisite: None.
service marketing; special emphasis on the quali-
ties/characteristics needed to start and operate a                                                                  46092     Internship, Practicum and Field
service business. This course includes 30 field/clini-   46018      Disadvantaged Youth and Vocational                        Experience (2-5)
cal hours. Prerequisite: MKTG 25010 or permission.                  Education (3)                                   Supervised internship, practicum or field experience
                                                         Developing an understanding of disadvantaged youth         in vocational education. Prerequisite: None.
                                                         stressing their characteristics as they pertain to voca-
45377     Vocational and Technology Education:           tional education programs. Prerequisite: None.
          Advanced Methodologies (3)                                                                                46095     Special Topics in Vocational
Selection, organization and presentation of subject                                                                           Education (1-3)
matter pertaining to specific subjects in vocational     46019      Coordination in Vocational Cooperative          Specialized offerings in response to emerging or
and/or technology education. Emphasis on methods                    Education Programs (3)                          selected program needs in vocational education.
and techniques through theory and practice. Course       Duties, problems and techniques of home, school            Prerequisite: None.
includes 30 field/clinical hours. Prerequisite: None.    and work coordination. Training station selection, job
                                                         development, servicing the job station, and coordi-
                                                         nating classroom and work experience. This course          46096     Individual Investigation in Vocational
45901     Organization and Operation of An               includes 18 field/clinical hours. Prerequisite: None.                Education (1-3)
          Occupational Work Adjustment                                                                              An individual investigation into problems and topics
          Program (2)                                                                                               in vocational education. The investigation is pur-
Provides students with knowledge necessary to orga-      46020       Curriculum Guide: Design and                   sued on an individual basis with an assigned faculty
nize and implement an OWA Program. This course                       Application (3)                                member. Prerequisite: None.
includes 8 field/clinical hours. Prerequisite: None.     Methods and techniques involved in developing and
                                                         utilizing a curriculum guide in vocational and tech-
                                                         nology subjects. This course includes 15 field/clini-      46192 Practicum: Occupational (1-6)
45902     Organization and Operation of An               cal hours. Prerequisite: None.                             Supervised work experience in occupation to obtain
          Occupational Work Experience Program (2)                                                                  initial experience or to update skills. Prerequisite:
Provides students with knowledge necessary to orga-                                                                 Permission.
nize and implement an OWE Program. This course           46027       Teaching Handicapped Students in
includes 10 field/clinical hours. Prerequisite: None.                Vocational Education (3)
                                                         Rules and regulations, teaching strategies, curricu-       46492 Practicum: Vocational Evaluation (1-5)
                                                         lum adaptations, support services, student learning        Field-based experience in vocational evaluation. Pre-
                                                         techniques, handicapping conditions and employa-           requisite: Must be employed as a vocational evaluator.
                                                         bility options of the handicapped in vocational edu-
                                                         cation programs. Prerequisite: None.




*Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.
516                    VOED




                       47492      Training and Development Field                48592       Training and Development: Internship         49525 Inquiry into Professional Practice (3)
                                  Experience (3)                                            and Seminar (6)                              Interdisciplinary inquiry into vocational/technology
                       A variety of training observations, interviews and       On-site experiences in training and development          teaching as a professional practice in education;
                       experiences in actual setting. Students obtain experi-   activities. Experiences are coordinated and super-       emphasis on teacher as disciplined investigator.
                       ences in manufacturing, service and nonprofit set-       vised with university and organization supervisors.      Final course of four. Combination of themes; utiliza-
                       tings. S/U grading only. Prerequisite: VOED 46029.       An individual training plan is developed. S/U grading    tion of teaching/learning technologies. Prerequisite:
                                                                                only. Prerequisite: VOED 46029.                          None.

                       48492 Post-Secondary Field Experiences (3)
                       Observation, interviews and experiences in post-         48692      Post-Secondary Teaching: Internship
                       secondary educational institutions including techni-                and Seminar (6)
                       cal institutes and two-year colleges. S/U grading        Teaching and internship activities in postsecondary
                       only. Prerequisite: VOED 46030.                          educational institutions. Students will teach in real-
                                                                                life classroom settings. An individualized plan is
                                                                                developed. S/U grading only. Prerequisite: VOED
                                                                                46030.
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